Jewish Agnostic Wants to Kill You

July 2, 2017

[MW says: There has to be something Satanic about someone who wants to kill 25 percent of the earth’s population by invoking Jesus Christ as an example. Of course, this Jewish woman doesn’t want to begin the killing process by ending her own life first! I’ve copied the following revealing information from the website called Modern History Project.]

Barbara Marx Hubbard is…leading thousands of other people with her along the path of darkness… In 1970, [she] co-founded the Committee for the Future with John Whiteside [and] she is on the board of directors of the World Future Society… She was a Democratic party nominee for the Vice Presidency of the United States in 1984.

Through her initiative, the Human Unity Conference…made contact with the heads of all religious groups in the world to encourage support of World Healing Day… In the spring of 1986, she made a trip to the Soviet Union with eighty other American “citizen diplomats” to engage in dialog with their counterparts on the theme “In Search of a Positive Future”. (p. 117)

Barbara Marx Hubbard referred to Dec 31, 1986 as a “Planetary Pentecost” where participants [in the global meditation] would have the powers of Christ to heal, resurrect the dead and even transform their physical bodies as Christ transformed his…

She teaches that we are all brain cells of the global brain. By holding, connecting and sharing it (the global brain), we will unlock the key to the planetary shift in consciousness, or take the “quantum leap” in spiritual evolution toward reaching our own godhood.

“A Planetary Pentecost would be a mass transfiguration and empowerment of millions at once…a “second coming” through lifting our own consciousness to Christ-centered consciousness.” [5]

Who will experience this kind of a second coming? Mrs. Hubbard tells us that we cannot reach the “Tree of Life”, the tree of Immortality, in a state of self-centered consciousness, laboring under the illusion that we are separate. The power we are inheriting is too great for a self-centered species. (p. 119)

Barbara has written her own interpretation of the Book of Revelation called “Manual for Co-Creators of the Quantum Leap”. In her book, “The Evolutionary Journey”, she gives us some background information which led to the writing of this material. She tells us:

“All my life I have been a seeker for meaning. Born of a Jewish agnostic, affluent background in 1929, I received no spiritual training.”

Her “seeking” led her down many paths until she read “The Phenomenon of Man” by Teilhard de Chardin. She claims:

“It was an epiphany for me. There is a continuing, evolving pattern in the process of nature that leads to greater whole systems, higher consciousness and freedom…and it’s going on NOW. It’s unfinished. The world is evolving, not just the individual. Not only do I have unused growth potential…so does the world…so does our species…and so does the universe! Something new is coming. The magnetic attraction was right. I could trust my intuition.” [6]

Hubbard rented a house in Santa Barbara [California] in January of 1980 to write a book on the evolutionary perspective. Near a monastery, she claimed to her the voice of Jesus telling her, “My resurrection was a signal for all of yours.”… The following is a sample of what this “angel of light” has revealed through a willing human channel:

“The communion ceremony is to become the union ceremony… As each person has a higher, wiser self, so does the species-as-a-whole… Be members of a more mature species. You have the powers of a natural Christ. This is what I came to earth to reveal… Yours are the powers. Yours the glory. You — all of you who are desirous and ready — are the Way. Be a beacon of light unto yourselves.

This tiny band, this brave congregation of souls attracted to the future of the world are my avant-garde, my new order of the future. They are self-selected souls who have come to earth to carry the miracle of the resurrection into action as the transformation of Homo sapiens to Homo universalist.” [7]

Barbara shares with the reader some of her reactions and thoughts as these revelations were given to her:

“The floodgates of my mind had opened. It was as if an unseen hand was activating the memory bank of my brain. I organized nothing. I “thought” of nothing. I simply recorded the stream of ideas… Sometimes a voice that called itself “Jesus” interpreted authoritatively… In other passages it seemed as though the voices were those of our elder brothers and sisters who have gone before and already know the way. I feel that “I” — my normal, waking, conscious personality, who has been a seeker — virtually co-created the text with a hierarchy of other, higher selves… Other sections seemed to come from a collective species conciousness.” [8]

These various “voices” stand ready to give the world their interpretation of the sixth chapter of Revelation; and we are to believe that the chosen vessel for this revelation is a woman…[whose] only claim is that up until now, she has been confused and seeking for answers…

Of Revelation 6:4 they say: (p. 123)

“Humanity will not be able to make the transition from Earth-only to universal life until the chaff has been separated from the wheat. The great reaper must reap before we can take the quantum leap to the next phase of evolution. No worldly peace can prevail until the self-centered members of the planetary body either change or die. That is the choice. The red horse is the destruction during the birth process of those who refuse to be born into God-centered, universal life…

This act is as horrible as killing a cancer cell. It must be done for the sake of the future of the whole. So be it: be prepared for the selection process which is now beginning. The second seal revealed a red horse ridden by the one with the power to take peace from the Earth. It stands for the necessity of the selection process which shall rip apart the old order and destroy those who choose to remain self-centered remnants of the past.” [9]

Mrs. Hubbard‘s demon voices continue their reverse scenario of the tribulation:

“We, the elders, have been patiently waiting until the very last moment before the quantum transformation, to take action to cut out this corrupted and corrupting element in the body of humanity. It is like watching a cancer grow; something must be done before the whole body is destroyed…the self-centered members must be destroyed. There is no alternative. Only the God-centered can evolve.

Fortunately you, dearly beloveds, are not responsible for this act. We are. We are in charge of God’s selection process for planet Earth. He selects, we destroy. We are the riders of the pale horse, Death. We will use whatever means we must to make this act of destruction as quick and painless as possible to the one-half of the world who are capable of evolving…

Now everything is global and connected. Each person is about to inherit the power of destruction and co-creation. The inner voice, the higher self, each person’s own connection to God — independent of priest, text, church or mentor — must be heard directly…

Those of you who know what is happening — the one-fourth who are now listening to the higher self — are to be guides for the rest who will be panicked and confused.” [10]

Notice that “the elders” want to make this destruction painless, not for those who are being destroyed, but for those who will have to witness the destruction, the so-called God-centered co-creators. This material goes on for pages, but I think this has shown a clear picture of the mindset of Mrs. Hubbard and the voices that guide her.

It is clear to anyone who has studied the writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin that Barbara Marx Hubbard is one of his disciples. Talk of quantum transformation, spiritual evolution, and everything being globally connected puts her right into the heart of this theology. (p. 125)

[Here, the author outlines several other events of the late 1980s, including: Million Minutes of Peace and the First Earth Run, sponsored by Lucis Trust and the United Nations; the Vatican Interfaith Conference of 1986, hosted by Pope John Paul II; and the Harmonic Convergence of 1987.]


Who is Rev. Terry Jones and his “Burn a Koran Day”?

August 12, 2010

Just who is this Rev. ‘Dr.’ Terry Jones of Dove World Outreach Center (website pulled down) who received world-wide notoriety around September 11? The famous Christian refugee from Israel, Rov Tov, calls the pastor Terry ‘CIA’ Jones. Tov says Terry Jones is a “false flag” action, cut from CIA material. Listen to Jones here (podcast) and reach your own conclusion.

Anyway, which bible would MysteryWorshiper burn? Frankly, I don’t believe in the ancient practice (since 213 BC) of book-burning or its modern equivalent, government censorship (book-banning). Yes, burn your own books that are your personal and private property if you want to (like they did in the Bible, see Acts 19:19); that is your decision. But do not ask government to make laws that force me to “burn” (undesirable) books the government doesn’t want me to read.

Pastor Terry Jones wants to burn the Qur’an. I’m not a Muslim but I wanted to know how the Holy Qur’an views Jesus, the Christian Messiah. I also checked the Talmud. Here’s what I found:

In the Holy Qur’an:

Those apostles We endowed with gifts, some above others: To one of them Allah spoke; others He raised to degrees (of honour); to Jesus the son of Mary We gave clear (Signs), and strengthened him with the holy spirit.

In the Talmud:

Balaam [Jesus] also the son of Beor, the soothsayer, [did the children of Israel slay with the sword]. A soothsayer? But he was a prophet! — R. Johanan said: At first he was a prophet, but subsequently a soothsayer. R. Papa observed: This is what men say, ‘She [Mary] who was the descendant of princes and governors, played the harlot with carpenters.’

It appears the Holy Qur’an is quite respectful of Jesus and Mary, while the Talmud is not. It seems to me that if pastor Jones wants to burn holy books, he ought to give equal consideration to the Talmud. In fact, he did say he was going to burn the Talmud too, but later changed his mind.

The main question is this: who really benefits from the planned Qur’an burning? Do Christians benefit? Will Muslims want to learn more about the Christian prophet? I don’t think so.

Rev. Jones is a Christian Zionist, and possibly a CIA agent (he was a “missionary” in Germany in the 1980s) and was fined for his faked “Doctor of Theology.” As a Christian Zionist, it’s easy for him to  enable bloody wars and “preemptive strikes,” thereby inflicting pain and suffering. And like his fellow Christian Zionists, he might recommend assassination of government leaders; he might teach a theology that promotes genocide. All very easy to do if you belong to the Christian Zionist cult.

What the pastor’s action really does is create a bad image of Muslims while silently approving the actions of the  racist apartheid State of Israel, a country that persecutes Christians.


Is Rev. Charles McVety a “spiritual Bernie Madoff”?

June 22, 2010

Everyone remembers fake “investment advisor” Bernie Madoff (Shamir calls him the financial “suicide bomber”) who ripped off billions of dollars from his friends (even more from his foes) and said he’d do it again if he had the chance. But not everyone knows about “spiritual Madoffs” inside Christian circles.

Sure, we all know about the obvious “spiritual Madoff” scammers such as Israeli-born Benny Hinn. But do we know about the fakes in our own churches who can trick Christians for years? Two obvious fraud examples: Walid Shoebat and Ergun Caner, president of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. If these messianic maniacs can fool “evangelical” Christians for years, who is to say that there aren’t other Christian fakes lurking behind pulpits?

I come now to the Rev. Dr. Charles McVety, a not so humble man (watch him). My personal take is that McVety is a Zionist shill; in fact, he almost admits it. In any case, here are a few reasons why I’m highly suspicious of him (other than the fact he is “the most high-profile champion of Christian Zionism“—the fastest growing cult in the world):

I could go on and list other things that make me suspicious of McVety such as his appearance in a news release of Likud Canada, and McVety inviting criminal Karl Rove to Canada. But that’s it for now.


Don’t know if you’re a Christian Zionist? Take this anonymous quiz

March 6, 2010

Maybe you’ve attended your church for many years and haven’t heard the term Christian Zionism. Now you can take a short anonymous quiz to find out if you qualify as a Christian Zionist (such as John Hagee, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, Hal Lindsey, Derek Prince, and others). I didn’t qualify. It’s a pity, because it would be kind of cool to belong to the fastest growing cult in the world.


What is ‘Christian’ about Christian Zionism?

January 9, 2010

Not much. I don’t think it’s Christian to enable bloody wars and “preemptive strikes,” inflicting pain and suffering; or to recommend assassination of government leaders; or to teach a theology that promotes genocide, or worse still, they don’t exist in the first place. Isn’t it strange that Americans broke away from Britain politically to form their own “free” country but the majority of America’s evangelical Christians today have swallowed the 60-year-old (more or less) British cult of Christian Zionism. This video, Onward, Christian Zionists, explains how these spiritual schizophrenics can claim to be pro-life and yet promote death and destruction at every chance they get.

Get used to it: some Christian Zionists are not very honest. For example, Messianic Jew and Christian Zionist David Brickner of Jews for Jesus even wrote a book about the subject and complains about some aspects of Christian Zionism, trying to fool non-Christian Zionists, but not this brave Christian. And the Rev. Dr. Stephen Sizer can see through the trickery and writes:

It may therefore be argued that it is actually Christian Zionists who are anti-Semitic through their partisan support for Israel’s apartheid regime, their antipathy toward Arabs, and their almost pathological conviction which makes them ‘anxious for Armageddon’.


Are Christian Zionists spiritual schizophrenics?

January 1, 2010

At the church I visited, the pastor said his theology was based on the cult known as “Judeo-Christianity.”  I wondered why these two religions needed to be hyphenated because they seem to differ in their universality. For example:

Judaism says: “A heathen who studies the Torah deserves death … it is our inheritance, not theirs … he is as guilty as one who violates a betrothed maiden.”

Christianity says: “For God had such love for the world that he gave his only Son, so that whoever has faith in him may not come to destruction but have eternal life.”

It seems that the mix of Judeo-Christianity is a myth promoted by the Christian Zionism cult. Or, to borrow from Karin Friedemann (as noted by Dr. Kevin MacDonald) “Most Zionists are functional schizophrenics.”  Christian Zionists claim to be pro-life and yet enable “good” wars, so it looks like they’re spiritual schizophrenics. More proof of spiritual schizophrenia here and here.


Christian churches that do not worship political Zionism, some surprises

December 27, 2009

Denominations are not listed in any particular order. And, of course, not all congregations are fervently anti-Zionist. This would depend largely on the clergy and governing boards of each church. And some congregations known as “cults” (for example, Jehovah’s Witnesses) say “There [is] no Scriptural support for political Zionism.”

Mennonite

Roman Catholic

Reformed Church In America

Greek Orthodox

Lutheran

Anglican

United Church of Christ

Baptist (some)

United Methodist

Disciples of Christ

Episcopal Church

Pentecostal (none) Unfortunately, most charismatic denominations such as Pentecostals belong to the Christian Zionism cult, with rare exceptions.

For further details, see Challenging Christian Zionism.

Here are a few Canadian churches that have been duped by the Christian Zionist and Israeli front organization known as Chosen People Ministries.

One major Christian Zionist cultist and Israeli front man is Charles McVety of Canada Christian College who has established a “Chair in Israel Studies” with the Jewish Masonic Order B’nai Brith whose Executive VP “Dr.” (honourary from McVety’s college) Frank Dimant is first Chair.


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