James Parks Morton, Dean of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, is openly a New Age leader. He is on record as in favor of the New Age plan (called Planetary Initiative) to unify the world under a One-World-Religion One-World-Government. And he is doing all he can to promote its happening.
For Pentecost, he inivited every type of religious group in to commune with his church. For a Thanksgiving celebration he did the same. He describes this:
"So at Pentecost we invited the head Rabbi of New York, the Abbot of the Zen Community, Satchidananda—a Hindu Oren Lyons—an American Indian, the head Imman at the mosque, and we all stood around the altar and prayed for peace in our own languages.
"Then we all received communion. Some church people said, "How can you do that? They don't know what they're receiving!
"I say, "Well, I don't really know what I'm receiving either... "We're increasingly being called to realize that the body of Christ is the earth- the biosphere- the skin that includes all of us."17
For Thanksgiving in 1988, James Morton invited in witches, medicene men, nature worshippers, and American Indians and they danced around in a "Circle dance" to promote friendship and unity. Morton stated that the dance was to create a "heightened consciousness of the necessity of different religions working together to save our planet."18
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