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Monday, July 6, 2009

An American Woman's View of the New Age

By Jean Bush, in a letter to Philip Jones

Dear Philip,

Your latest expose of The New Age is exceptional. Your Essay surpasses all other attempts to explain the connection between Eastern religions, the New Age and Lucifer. Here are my own thoughts on the subject:
The three-in-one god known as “Brahman,” which is composed of: Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the Preserver), and Shiva (the Destroyer).

Karma. The law that good begets good, and bad begets bad. Every action, thought, or decision one makes has consequences – good or bad – that will return to each person in the present life, or in one yet to come.
Reincarnation. Also known as “transmigration of souls,” or “samsara.” This is a journey on the “circle of life,” where each person experiences as series of physical births, deaths, and rebirths. With good karma, a person can be reborn into a higher caste, or even to godhood. Bad karma can relegate one to a lower caste, or even to life as an animal in their next life.
Nirvana. This is the goal of the Hindu. Nirvana is the release of the soul from the seemingly endless cycle of rebirths. (Contender Ministries.org)

The three in one god belief system above allows an individual to focus only on one aspect (of god) at a time, depending on the circumstances of his life. If life is fresh and new, then it is god the creator, giver of life and all things. If things are going well, with no ups or downs, then he worships god the preserver. If his life is in destructive mode, then he worships (albeit unknowingly) god the destroyer.

This religion lets one pick and choose his god according to "how he feels at the moment." This allows him to avoid the true God, the God of Christianity, with its interlocking system of faith, belief, love and living according to the rules of the Commandments, handed down by God, and Jesus Christ's admonishions throughout the New Testiment. Simple rules for simple living, but which does not allow for any dissembling regarding one's feelings at the moment.

Karma and Reincarnation can explain away any troubling aspects of life by saying one deserves whatever has happened to one, good or bad. One has earned such incident or event by activities done earlier, usually in a previous life. Reincarnation permits moral failure, free-for-all experimentation, and even atheism by assuring one that in the next life one can make it all up and move forward.

Nirvana assures one of the ""soul's" eventual release. Release into what?? Into God? I think not. The Bible teaches that the dead do not speak, neither do they "know" anything. Not a happy thought for New Agers who want to follow their own path, certain of endless births and final freedom, concious through it all.
This is the lazy man's religion. It suits New Agers well as it lets them be "religious" without having to account to God. And Lucifer knows that "if man dethrones God in his heart, Satan must take his place."


New Age Movement or NAM:
Here is a general comparison of some NAM beliefs versus Christianity:

God is an impersonal force. NAM

God is personal. He is our Heavenly Father who loves us.

God is all and all is God. He is part of creation, as are all of us. NAM

God is the Almighty Creator of the universe, and all within it. Man is finite, and one of God’s creations.

There is no sin, only misunderstanding of truth. NAM

Rebellion from God is sin. All have sinned, and all must be saved.

Man saves himself. NAM

Jesus Christ paid the penalty for our sins. Only through faith in Him may man be saved.

Heaven and Hell do not exist. They are states of mind. NAM

There is a literal Heaven, and a literal Hell.

Jesus is a man who exemplified “Christ Consciousness, and the divinity that is man. NAM

Jesus is the Son of God, and is part of the triune nature of God.
(taken from Contender Ministries)

New Agers can take heart that nothing is everything and everything is nothing. And Lucifer can take heart that New Agers cannot find him in such prattle and will carry forth his agenda without interruption and without God. These people cannot be reached, Philip, and with all the popular "Oprah Winfreys" "Rick Warrens" and others, who keep spreading this sickening filth, ensnaring more and more people, people who do not know who they are to begin with, and who search for a "god" who will let them get away with spiritual murder. They are being handed the instructions for a New World Order on a silver platter, believing it to be a better way for this troubled world, unaware that Lucifer is the chef, and that they themselves will eventually be served up as dinner.
Jean.

4 comments:

  1. I'm sure you've heard the argument that various agents of the NWO have long used religious dogma and differences to divide and conquer us as a species.

    Do you not believe this? Has there been insufficient historical evidence of it? Do you actually believe they would take control of money, government, medicine, food production, manufacturing, energy sources, transportation, the means of mass communication...and leave organized religion alone?

    There is more than ample evidence that early Christianity was an organized Jewish subplot to take down the Roman Empire. Rethink what you know of the history of that era from this "what if?" perspective.

    Why are the Old and New Testaments bound under the same cover? Cui bono?

    Why at that point in history is the upstart Jew, Jesus, made into a martyr by his powerful peers? Cui bono?

    Why within a matter of decades is Roman dominance subsequently eviscerated by Christianity? Cui bono?

    There is also ample evidence that, while apparently peopled by many non-Jews, the known history of the Illuminati showcases many more Jews than their world headcount would statistically warrant, and the number of crypto-Jews (e.g. the likes of Weishaupt, Hamilton, Lenin, Rockefeller) is unknowable.

    Who are the dominant names in feminism? In destructive financial manipulation? In psychiatry? Bogus media and entertainment? What nation receives more money and military equipment and munitions from the US than does any other? What names predominate in PNAC?

    Who benefits? A very select subset of people masquerading under the aegis of a world religon. They may very well serve us all up for dinner, but no chosen religious affiliations will stop Them from including you in the pot.

    They are not Christian names.

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  2. So I guess try to make everyone in the world happy and have choices as long as they are YOUR choices and your religion? Again we come back to the problem that has caused more war and death throughout humanity than any other. Religious fanaticism. I bet Jesus would say "Live and let live" and wouldn't do or say half the hairbrained things that his followers profess. Remember good ole Jim Jones? Jesus would also "love and understand" that we are all different and were made that way to celebrate the diversity of life on this miserable planet. Try turning an ant into a mosquito or a frog into a snake. You can't. They are what they are and do what they do and that is that. The loosest women I ever met went to church. Not sure why but it's my experience. Maybe they figured that they were forgiven no matter what they did so whee let's have fun. Even knew one into Fido and her Father was a preacher. Go figure. The world does not bend to your way of thinking and never will and neither should you bend towards theirs. We should all be free in body and in thought but we will never be, because someone wants to always tell us how to think or what to do when it is none of their business. As long as we hurt no one else then what is the problem? You don't get gold stars for saving people no matter what you think. The individual will have to answer to God, if he/she exists. No one needs to answer to you. Do you like Jehovah's witnesses coming to your door and bothering you? I don't. I know some Jehovah witnesses who treated their father like dog crap and basically tried to steal all of the money he had worked for his entire life. It's quite annoying that people who can't even run their own lives always want to run everyone elses. Look in your own back yard and when you are perfect like Christ then you can judge. Your own religion states "judge not lest Ye be judged" so give us all a break and leave how the rest of us think or what we do out of your life. You ever think that you actually may be part of the problem and are really just ticking people off? I have been baptised in the Christian religion twice, the Mormon religion once, and the Catholic religion once so I am pretty much covered but the only real religion that I found true was the American Indian religion and I am always looking for improvement. Is it ok with you that we all explore other avenues to truth? The Indians are probably more in touch with God than any other and they didn't slaughter thousands while at the same time claiming love and to know the only true God. Get a clue lady. Life is too multifaceted to even make a judgement as to who is right and wrong. Truth is in the eye of the beholder.

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  3. JEAN BUSH SAYS: You have missed the point of my article. Diversity & the complications of life do not preclude moral judgments. The truth is spoken by God in the Bible. There is good and there is evil. Life is a daily choice between the two. Moral relativism is the devil's tool to destroy faith, hope and love in God. For without God, no one can resist evil.

    In philosophy moral relativism is the position that moral or ethical propositions do not reflect objective and/or universal moral truths, but instead make claims relative to social, cultural, historical or personal circumstances. Moral relativists hold that no universal standard exists by which to assess an ethical proposition's truth.
    (Wikipedia)

    I hope that when the time comes for you to decide which side you chose, your circumstances will be convenient for you.

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  4. This is only my opinion, there is only one God and many names for this same God. Actually, there may be also the God's opposite, and also many names for that opposite of God. So, there is good and there is evil, just as there is night, to there be day; there is man, to there be woman; there is death to there be life...
    God is an enigma, we are all an enigma, life is an enigma. I guess that God can only be felt, as is inside each one of us and yet we all have been, since so long, searching for and claimming the rights of a God that was ever so close to us. In us or working/living through us.

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