Friday, November 6, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
'Don’t Give Your Consent to Slavery: Fight Fascism!'
By: Peter Chamberlin
At one time, the Lucis Trust office in New York was located at 666 United Nations Plaza and is a member of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations under a slick program called "World Goodwill". In an Alice Bailey book called "Education for a New Age"; she suggests that in the new age "World Citizenship should be the goal of the enlightened, with a world federation and a world brain." In other words - a One World Government New World Order.
Luci's Trust is sponsored by among others Robert McNamara, former minister of Defence in the USA, president of the World Bank, member of the Rockefeller Foundation, and Thomas Watson (IBM, former ambassador in Moscow). Luci's Trust sponsors among others the following organizations: UN, Greenpeace Int., Greenpeace USA, Amnesty Int. and UNICEF.
The United Nations has long been one of the foremost world harbingers for the "New Spirituality" and the gathering "New World Order" based on ancient occult and freemasonic principles. Seven years after the birth of the UN, a book was published by the theosophist and founder of the Lucis Trust, Alice Bailey, claiming that "Evidence of the growth of the human intellect along the needed receptive lines [for the preparation of the New Age] can be seen in the "planning" of various nations and in the efforts of the United Nations to formulate a world plan... From the very start of this unfoldment, three occult factors have governed the development of all these plans". [Alice B. Bailey, Discipleship in the New Age (Lucis Press, 1955), Vol. II, p.35.]
Although she did not spell out clearly the identity of these 'three occult factors', she did reveal to her students that "Within the United Nations is the germ and seed of a great international and meditating, reflective group - a group of thinking and informed men and women in whose hands lies the destiny of humanity. This is largely under the control of many fourth ray disciples, if you could but realise it, and their point of meditative focus is the intuitional or Buddhic plane - the plane upon which all hierarchical activity is today to be found'. [Ibid. p.220.]
To this end, the Lucis Trust, under the leadership of Foster and Alice Bailey, started a group called 'World Goodwill' - an official non-governmental organization within the United Nations. The stated aim of this group is "to cooperate in the world of preparation for the reappearance of the Christ" [One Earth, the magazine of the Findhorn Foundation, October/November 1986, Vol. 6, Issue 6, p.24.]
But the esoteric work inside the UN does not stop with such recognized occult groupings. Much of the impetus for this process was initiated through the officership of two Secretary-Generals of the UN, Dag Hammarskjöld (held office: 1953-1961) and U Thant (held office: 1961-1971) who succeeded him, and one Assistant Secretary-general, Dr. Robert Muller. In a book written to celebrate the philosophy of Teilhard de Chardin (and edited by Robert Muller), it is revealed "Dag Hammarskjöld, the rational Nordic economist, had ended up as a mystic. He too held at the end of his life that spirituality was the ultimate key to our earthly fate in time and space". [Robert Muller (ed.), The Desire to be Human: A Global Reconnaissance of Human Perspectives in an Age of Transformation (Miranana, 1983), p.304.]
Sri Chinmoy, the New Age guru, meditation leader at the UN, wrote: "the United Nations is the chosen instrument of God; to be a chosen instrument means to be a divine messenger carrying the banner of God's inner vision and outer manifestation."
William Jasper, author of "A New World Religion" describes the religion of the UN: "...a weird and diabolical convergence of New Age mysticism, pantheism, aboriginal animism atheism, communism, socialism, Luciferian occultism, apostate Christianity, Islam, Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism".
You can find out much more about them and how they're involved with the work of the United Nations by following their link "World Goodwill" at the top of their home page.
The Aquarian Age Community
This Website is sponsored by the United Nations and the whole NWO philosophy is there. The page which explains the work of the Aquarian Age Community, as they call themselves, has this proud quote at the header of their page at http://www.aquaac.org/about/about.html
Such a grandeur is ahead!
Such a great step awaits a fiery affirmation.
Our teaching and the affirmation of the Higher
Principles will reveal so much that is great to humanity!
A great period is drawing near: Thus we do create together.
Vol. III, par. 149
Amongst the many 'enlightening' pages in this website, you can easily find 'fascinating' articles entitled:
"The New World Order and the Work of the UN" http://www.aquaac.org/un/nwo.html
"The World Spiritual Teacher, the Esoteric Community and the United Nations" http://www.aquaac.org/meetings/rttop.html
Preparing the Way for the Reappearance of the World Spiritual Teacher, the Work of the United Nations and the World-Wide Esoteric Community
http://www.aquaac.org/meetings/RT2001.html and many more articles.
This is not Christian theology but New Age paganism. You can also read the NWO quotes I posted, further down this page. Here's another by Curtis Dall, FD Roosevelt's son in law as quoted in his book, My Exploited Father in Law:
"For a long time I felt that FDR had developed many thoughts and ideas that were his own to benefit this country, the United States. But, he didn't. Most of his thoughts, his political ammunition, as it were, were carefully manufactured for him in advanced by the Council on Foreign Relations One World Money group... Brilliantly, with great gusto, like a fine piece of artillery, he exploded that prepared "ammunition" in the middle of an unsuspecting target, the American people, and thus paid off and returned his internationalist political support.
The UN is but a long range, international banking apparatus nearly set up for financial and economic profit by a small group of powerful One World Revolutionaries, hungry for profit and power.
The depression was the calculated 'shearing' of the public by the World Money powers, triggered by the planned sudden shortage of supply of call money in the New York money market... The One World Government leaders and their ever close bankers have now acquired full control of the money and credit machinery of the U.S. via the creation of the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank."
Monday, October 12, 2009
Vatican Cardinal: "A New World Order is Gaining Ground." -Evil "New World Order" religious plans gain momentm
Vatican Cardinal: "A New World Order is Gaining Ground."
"It does not take a gift of prophecy to see that humanity is presently polarizing and that all men are beginning to fall into the ranks of accepting either the man-god or the God-Man...Dostoyevsky...knew that atheism had to be associated with the destruction of the old society. There was some suggestion that an overplanned or socialistic society had to be the prelude of an atheistic society...
For the man-god to grow in age and wisdom, two conditions must be fulfilled. The heavens must be emptied, and man must be secularized. Both will be achieved by turning freedom into license. Men will be asked to give up God because His Commandments 'enslave' and because our will often runs counter to His. When finally everyone has his own will and does whatever he pleases, then there will be a chaos due to the conflict of egotisms. It will then be necessary for Big Brother, or the state, to organize this chaos into a closed socialist society and the formulas given by the character, Shigalev, the theorist of the Communism to come: 'Having set out from unlimited freedom, I have ended up with unlimited despotism.'" (Archbishop Fulton John Sheen).
Episcopal "bishop" Gene Robinson is trying to infiltrate the Catholic Church in New Hampshire? Further proof that we live in a demonic society which is preparing for Antichrist. What is Bishop McCormack doing about this - if anything? He should get to the bottom of this by making an earnest effort to find out which of his priests attended a sodomite retreat. This is scandalous to the point of being satanic.
Frank, there has been a homosexual abuse crisis in New Hampshire for some time. Remember this item:
Priest Settles Case; Said Diocese Covered up Dead Priest's Pornography
By Katharine Webster
Associated Press, carried in Foster's Daily Democrat [New Hampshire]
Downloaded May 14, 2003
The Rev. James A. MacCormack sued the Diocese of Manchester, McCormack and other church officials last July, saying they smeared his reputation and derailed his career to avoid a scandal.
Church officials responded by accusing MacCormack of exploiting the death of a fellow priest for financial gain.
The settlement was confidential, but MacCormack's lawyer, Robert McDaniel, described the financial award as satisfactory to both sides.
Patrick McGee, spokesman for the diocese, said that as part of the agreement, MacCormack had asked for a formal leave of absence from the priesthood and it had been granted.
"He will not participate in any priestly ministry or present himself publicly as a priest. Both parties are pleased that his matter is resolved," McGee said.
Asked whether the settlement required church officials to refrain from comments affecting MacCormack's reputation, McGee said, "We're not saying anything negative about Father MacCormack at this point."
MacCormack is working as a counselor in a public school now and does not plan to return to the priesthood, McDaniel said. However, he intends to remain active in the church reform movement, McDaniel said.
According to MacCormack's lawsuit, he helped authorities identify the body of the Rev. Richard Connors, who died on Nov. 14, 1999, at the home of two men.
The men said Connors had come to the house to buy a dog. However, according to the lawsuit and police records, Connors was clothed partially when he died and had a black leather device tied around his genitals.
Connors had been a mentor to MacCormack, who entered the priesthood in 1997, and was carrying his friend's business card when he died, so MacCormack was summoned to identify the corpse.
Later, MacCormack went to Connors' rectory, where he was joined by the Rev. Donald Clinton, a friend of the dead priest, and the Rev. John Quinn, head of financial affairs for the diocese, according to the lawsuit.
Quinn allegedly told the priests to help him scour Connors' residence for anything embarrassing. The lawsuit says the clergymen found hundreds of pornographic videotapes, as well as many pornographic images depicting "men engaged in sexual activity with boys."
The material was loaded into a car and later destroyed, according to a police report.
Diocesan officials said Connors was living an "immoral life" and that homosexual pornography was found, but they denied it involved boys. However, they acknowledged that it was dumped in a parish trash bin before police could see it.
In February 2002, when the priest sexual abuse scandal began rocking the diocese, church officials began to regard MacCormack as a threat and the bishop accused him of being mentally unstable, McDaniel said.
MacCormack underwent a psychological evaluation in April 2002 and was found to be mentally sound. But he said he left his parish a month later after the bishop became angry that he was quoted in a newspaper criticizing the church's handling of the sex abuse crisis.
Church officials say he left of his own free will and had not had an assignment since then.
Paul wrote about the homosexual nature of the abuse crisis in The Keene Sentinel several years back and was criticized by some in the Monadnock region.
Marie Tremblay said...
One of those who criticized Paul was "Brother" Andre Marie of the Saint Benedict Center in New Hampshire. Paul had written a letter to the Editor of The Keene Sentinel which was somewhat critical of the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP). And "Brother" Andre Marie took exception to this.
However, as we read in the following article, the Priestly Fraternity has had its problems:
Earlier accuser part of abuse suit
Wed Jan 14 17:24:12 2004
Earlier accuser part of abuse suit
In a deposition, former Minn. seminary student alleges misconduct by area priest.
By MARK GUYDISH
EXCLUSIVE - http://www.timesleader.com/mld/timesleader/news/7695510.htm
SCRANTON - Explicit testimony of alleged sexual misconduct by an area priest - including sleeping with young men and fondling genitalia - has surfaced in paperwork in federal court.
In a pre-trial deposition, a young man said he was sleeping near the priest and awoke to find the priest fondling his genital area. He said a second priest later tried to explain it away as a medical diagnostic technique.
The man also said under oath that at one point, when he told the first priest he was constipated, the priest suggested using a suppository - while the priest watched. The young man declined.
The events described in the deposition happened in a Minnesota seminary at an unspecified date shortly before 1997, but the attorney who took the depositions contends the testimony shows the priest had lied in earlier depositions and that he has a long pattern of molesting young men.
All of these details have surfaced as part of a federal lawsuit in the U.S. Middle District Court. A "John Doe" and his parents - also unidentified in the suit - contend the boy was the victim of sexual misconduct by the Rev. Carlos Urrutigoity while both were at St. Gregory's Academy, an all-boys school in Elmhurst, Lackawanna County.
Urrutigoity, originally from South America, had been in the Minnesota seminary before deciding to create the Society of St. John. The society was formed in the Diocese of Scranton in 1997 when then-Bishop James Timlin allowed the priests to live in St. Gregory's Academy. In 1999 the Society bought land in Shohola and moved there.
To bolster John Doe's case, his attorney - James Bendell - wants to include several depositions as evidence in the upcoming trial. Defense lawyers are fighting that move. A Jan. 27 hearing is set on the issue.
In making his case that the depositions are critical to a fair trial, Bendell took the unusual move of filing paperwork that included excerpts from the depositions.
In the testimony from the former Minnesota seminary student, he says he woke to find "(Urrutigoity's) hand was on my private area."
The seminarian later discussed the incident with the Rev. Eric Ensey, who is also named in the John Doe lawsuit. According to the seminarian's deposition, Ensey "said (Urrutigoity) could do this, you feel this guy, whatever, and you can tell that there was something being bothered."
Ensey later discussed the possibility that the former student would be forced by subpoena to testify about the events, and said, "You can leave the country." When the young man refused that idea, Ensey allegedly made a veiled threat regarding his lawyer.
"(Ensey) says, and this is what struck up red flags, 'He's a good guy. He's got strong ties to the Mafia,' " the young man testified.
The priests' attorney, Sal Cognetti Jr. of Scranton, dismissed that allegation Monday. "We're not going to comment on that stuff. I find that humorous." He added that both Ensey and Urrutigoity "emphatically" deny all charges.
The Minnesota man was in Pittsburgh when he gave the deposition by phone. Cognetti objected to the phone deposition, and said he did not participate in it.
After that, Bendell arranged video-conference depositions for several other witnesses. Cognetti objected to them as well, but his firm participated.
Excerpts from two of those video depositions were made public Jan. 5 when Bendell included them in court paperwork. Both come from young men who were students at St. Gregory's when Urrutigoity was there. One man testified that he slept in the same bed with Urrutigoity, along with another person.
The other man testified that he saw a student in Urrutigoity's bed late one night, though Urrutigoity wasn't there at the time.
Cognetti said those excerpts were taken "out of context," and that the two men are "very supportive" of the society. "Hopefully they will be witnesses at the trial."
Transcripts of pre-trial depositions themselves are not typically filed as part of the public record. Bendell said he included excerpts in his Jan. 5 filing to prove the importance of the depositions. Cognetti contends it was done to get some of the testimony into the public record before a judge could decide on whether it belongs there. "It makes for a big story," Cognetti said.
The John Doe suit also names Timlin, the Diocese of Scranton, St. Gregory's Academy and the Fraternity of St. Peter, which runs the academy.
The suit alleges sexual misconduct by Urrutigoity, who headed the Society of St. John until relieved of duty by Timlin after the allegations, and Ensey, who was also relieved of duty.
Mark Guydish, a Times Leader staff writer, may be reached at 829-7161.
And when the Diocese of Manchester formed a task force to "examine the reasons behind the priest shortage," Paul wrote in The Keene Sentinel, "..a task force isn't needed to uncover what almost every serious Catholic already knows. Namely, that most seminaries are empty because vice has penetrated them, and those seminarians who refuse to accept or condone vice are excluded. True vocations are persecuted and, in most cases, rooted out and disqualified." "Brother Andre Marie has also criticized Paul for saying this. I have a copy of the page from the SBC website where he criticizes Paul for saying this.
And yet, many orthodox Catholic writers and commentators have also said this. When questioned about his book titled "Goodbye, Good Men," Catholic author Michael S. Rose said the following:
Q. 1. Is there a priest shortage?
1. A. Based on what is heard through the media, it appears that there is a shortage of priests and vocations. At the same time, it is necessary to consider the comments of those in authority who have investigated the alleged crisis within the Catholic Church.
In 1995, commenting in the editorial of the Omaha Diocesan newspaper on the subject of the vocation crisis, Archbishop Elden Curtiss, a former seminary rector and vocations director, made two interesting observations:
"It seems to me that the vocation 'crisis' is precipitated and continued by people who want to change the Church's agenda, by people who do not support orthodox candidates loyal to the magisterial teaching of the pope and bishops, and by people who actually discourage viable candidates from seeking priesthood and vowed religious life as the Church defines these ministries."
"I am personally aware of certain vocations directors, vocations teams and evaluation boards who turn away candidates who do not support the possibility of ordaining women or who defend the Church's teaching about artificial birth control, or who exhibit strong piety toward certain devotions, such as the rosary."
Based on the observations of Archbishop Elden Curtiss, it appears that there is no shortage of vocations to the priesthood and religious life. If a shortage is occurring in some Dioceses as claimed, it must be concluded that those shortages are man-made, resulting from deliberate attitudes and policies that are intended to discourage true vocations.
It seems that when you stand for truth, you will be persecuted.
Makes me wonder why Andre Marie would criticize Mr. Melanson for speaking the same truth which Archbishop Elden Curtiss spoke. Interesting!
Marie Tremblay said...
The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter has been named as a Defendant in a sexual abuse case which involves, acording to Dr. Jeffrey Bond of the College of St. Justin Martyr, a "homosexual cult." Read this article:
Priests accused of pedophilia back in Shohola
By PAT CAMUSO
Shohola Township - A Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually molesting an underage boy is back living in Shohola Township.
Two priests with the Society of Saint John, the Rev. Eric Ensey and the Rev. Carlos Urrutigoity are currently being sued in federal court for the alleged sexual abuse of children. The federal lawsuit filed in June 2001 in Scranton, claims the pair gave a North Carolina boy alcohol and cigarettes and coerced him into "various sexual acts" while at St. Gregory's Academy in Elmhurst and at the Society of Saint John in Shohola Township. Ensey is also accused in the suit of molesting the boy while on a West Coast holiday.
Along with these two priests, the lawsuit also names Bishop Timlin, the SSJ, and the priestly fraternity of St. Peter and St. Gregory's Academy as defendants.
The Lackawanna County district attorney's office that could not prosecute because the statue of limitations in the case had expired also investigated the allegations against Ensey and Urrutigoity. Lackawanna County has forwarded information on the case to law enforcement authorities in Pike and Monroe counties as well as to Santa Paula, Calif.
"Carlos Urrutigoity and Eric Ensey are still at large, in full clerical attire, with free access to young men and boys," said Dr. Jeffrey Bond of the College of St. Justin Martyr. "In fact, Urrutigoity currently lives in a trailer with a young man only a few miles from the Society of Saint John's Shohola property and he participates in SSJ's daily Mass despite Bishop Timlin's Scranton diocese public relations claim to have removed him from the SSJ property."
Urrutigoity is living in a trailer on Bee Hollow Road in Shohola Township.
Last Sunday, Bond led protest marchers outside of St. Peter's Cathedral in Scranton accusing Timlin of "covering up for pedophiles." Referring to Shohola's Society of Saint John as a "homosexual cult," Bond, who resides in Greeley said, "We want the bishop to shut down the Society of Saint John."
Bishop Timlin refuses to take action until the charges against the two priests are substantiated in court. Timlin has said in the past that the two men have been removed from SSJ in Shohola and would not wear their priestly garments or participate in public Mass until the matter is settled.
Michael Cole said...
Back in January of 2002, Seattle Catholic had this to say in an article titled "A Manufactured Priest Shortage":
Exceptional misfortune or ecclesial mendacity?
"In most dioceses across the country, Catholics have been led to believe that the current "shortage of priests" has been a wholly unexpected and rather unexplainable curse. They have been asked to pray for an increase in vocations which have mysteriously dried up in these modern times.
Rather then objectively evaluating the possible causes of this "shortage" 1 and coming up with solutions, many bishops are focusing on accommodations of how to function with less (or possibly no) priests. Certain measures which would otherwise be cause for outrage are accepted as appropriate measures in the current "vocations crisis".
This is not to say the "priest shortage" is not very real and very serious, but so are its underlying causes, two of which will be examined here. The first is an indirect attack that has been waged through the various reforms put in place since the Second Vatican Council. The second is an explicit screening process that has allowed progressive bishops to prevent the ordination of even slightly orthodox Catholic candidates. Strictly speaking, the first is a more formal cause, while the second is a means to propagate and extend the "shortage" for certain aims. The first explains how we've come to this point, while the second exposes the dishonesty (and outright treachery) of those with no intention of reversing the trend."