Masonry and its daughter the New Age do not plan to destroy the church but to subvert it to their purposes. New Age writer William Thompson states,
"The new spirituality does not reject the earlier patterns of the great universal religions. Priest and church will not disappear; they will not be forced out of existence in the New Age, they will be absorbed into the existence of the New Age."24
The Anglican Church is not being destroyed but rather subverted. And just as it was made to bow to the dictates of Henry VII, it is bowing to the dictates of the International Power which plans to rule the world. The Anglican priests still have their churches but they are used for the New Age.
An example of that is the historical St. James Anglican Church just off of Piccadilly Square. The church is a favorite for tourists, especially to the New Age type which it caters to. The church calls itself "A Seven Days a Week Church for London and the World." Within the church are held classes for all types of New Age religious activities such as "Health for the New Age...through meditation, visualization...," "Lifetime Astrology," "Yoga Meditation." If you want to join the Sufi Healing Order which meets there you can.2
Episcopals like Bishop Lewis Stuart Keizer, who authored The 8th Revelation Reveals the 9th: A New Hermetic Initiation Discourse (1974) are turning to the occult.
Episcopal clergyman and professor at the Catholic Notre Dame University Morton T. Kelsey promotes the occult to Christians in his book The Christian and the Supernatural.
This apostasy is causing much glee to hard core New Agers. One said, "I am very glad to discover such strong movement within Christian churches that is sympathetic to the Pagan Spirit and willing to learn from the teachings of the Old Religion."26
1. Latourette, Kenneth Scott. A History of Christianity, Vol. II. NY: Harper and Row, 1975, p. 806.
3. ibid., cf. with other histories on the clergy.
4. Holy Blood Holy Grail mentions some recent sources including a french book. Winter, Gordon and Wendy Kochman. Secrets of the Royals. NY: St. Martin's Press, p. 86 refers to researchers making claims tieing the House of Windsor to the House of David.
5. Texe Marrs and other researchers are saying this
7. Knight, Stephen. The Brotherhood. London, U.K. Granada Pub., 1984, pp. 241-42, 254.
9. The Working Group established by the Standing Committee of the General Synod of the Church of England. Freemasonry and Christianity: Are They Compatible. London: Church House, 1987, p.40.
10. Article in London's Daily Express (23 Mar. 1966) as quoted in The Unlocked Secret, p.40.
11. Poole, Rev. W. H. Anglo-Israel. Toronto: William Briggs, p.33.
12. Denslow, 10,000 Famous Freemasons, Vol. Ill, p. 366.
14. Latourette, op. cit., on commissaries-p. 953, on clergy figures- p. 956.
15. Information taken from both The National Cyclopedia of American Biography , Vol. 12, p.520 and Denslow's 10,000 Famous Freemasons.
16. Journal of Discourses, Vol. 6, pp. 176, and 167
17. The Tarrytown Letter, November 1984, "Building the Earth at St. John the Divine: A Gothic Cathedral Shapes a New Worldview and a Wider Vision of Humanity," p. 5.
18. Austin American-Statesman, Nov. 24, 1988, p. A4.
19. George Bush's Masonic membership is well-known to Masons. After he became President in accord with revealing everything in accordance with the law, information was placed in the Library of Congress indicating his membership. As we gallup toward the New World Order, tighter censorship is coming into action. Records of Bush's membership have disappeared from the Library of Congress, and his staff is now denying his membership over the phone. George Bush's membership is referred to Schnoebelen's latest book, and may be offhandedly referred to in ex-33° Mason Jim Shaw's book, although Shaw doesn't mention him by name.
20. article by Karen Hosier of the Baltimore Sun "Bush speaks with clerics about War" carried in the Oregonian, circa. Jan. 28, 1991.
21. The Voice, Diocese of Newark, Jan. 1989
22. Dave Hunt does a good report of the activities of the various Global Forum meetings in his book Global Peace and The Rise of The Antichrist, Eugne, OR: Harvest House, 1990, pp. 156-57. He uses as his sources the newsletters and brochures produced by these Global Forums, Shared Vision: Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders on Human Survival, Autumn 1987, p.5. Also Shared Vision (Global Forum's newletter) Summer 1988, p. 12 and also the official brochure of Global Forum, headquartered in NY.
23. Pike, Albert. Morals and Dogma. Charleston, S.C.: Supreme Council of the Southern Jurisdiction, A.A.S.R., 1917, p.226.
24. William Thompson, Introduction, in David Spangler's Revelation: The Birth of A New Age.
25. Hunt, Dave and T.A. McMahon. The Seduction of Christianity. Eugene, OR: Harvest House, 1987, p.71.
26. Miriam Starhawk in Circle Network News as quoted by Texe Marrs in Dark Secrets of the New Age. Westchester, IL: Crossway Books, 1987, p. 204.
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