showing the new United Europe as a Tower of Babel under construction.
In 1723, a poem was written in London entitled "The Freemasons; a Hudibrastic Poem. A couplet of it ran:
"If history be not ancient fable
Free Masons came from the Tower of Babel." If you have been helping build this Tower of Babel, and have read this far, I encourage you in the name of Jesus Christ your Savior, to lay aside your Masonic square and level, your Masonic plumb line, your trowel, your masonic mallet and chisel, your Masonic rules and lines and pick up the Word of God and free yourself of these great pillars that support a great new Tower of
Babel dedicated to the religious enslavement of mankind.
Lockhead Aircraft Corp. advertises that its computers are designed to "combat the Babel effect" and to create global understanding again.19
Just as the freedom that they promise is slavery, the understanding they promise is confusion. Al Seckel, a physicist and molecular biologist who has edited two collections of the writings of Bertrand Russell makes these astute comments, "It appears as if I have entered the 'Twilight Zone' every time I talk with or read the literature of people associated with the New Age movement. Terms that have quite specific meanings are often carelessly bandied about with the result that the message is either gibberish to someone who knows the proper usage of the terms or profound, esoteric, and sublime to those who do not...First, the use of technical jargon in a popular format, whether the words are contained in the dictionary or freshly coined, is meant to impress the reader. Second, the meanings of words are subtly changed as a way to intimidate people. It has become fashionable, for example, for those who advocate an unorthodox point of
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This work on 2012 will attempt to note them allfrom the concepts andinvolvement by the authors of the Bible and its interpreters and theprophecies depicted in both the Hopi petroglyphs and the Mayan calendarto the prophetic uttering of such psychics, mediums, and prophets asNostradamus, Madame Blavatsky, Edgar Cayce, and Jean Dixon.