09 September 2014

The Coming World Religion - Part 1

14 Elul 5774

Alice Bailey (1880 - 1949)

I first heard about Alice Bailey in connection with the New Age Movement back in the early eighties. At first, I wondered about their expectation of the arrival of a New Age Messiah, but later I wrote it all off in my mind and got back to life.

Now, all these year later, with the autistics saying that there is going to be an attempt to unite the world under one false religion right before Mashiach comes, I have to wonder.

This was all brought back to mind with that video that I recommended yesterday: The Jesuit Agenda for a One World Religion UN New Age Movement 

In case, you did not have the time to sit through the whole thing, here are the most pertinent parts. They are excerpts from the writings of Alice Bailey...
"I dedicate myself anew to the coming one and will do all I can to prepare men's minds and hearts for that event."  
"The Christ works for all men irrespective of their faith. He does not belong to the Xian world any more than he does to the Buddhist or the Mohammedan or any other faith. There is no need for any man to join the Xian church in order to be affiliated with Christ. The requirements are to love your fellowmen, lead a disciplined life, recognize the Divinity in all faiths and all beings and rule your daily life with love."
"First of all, he will come to a world which is essentially one world.
"The major effect of his appearance will surely be to demonstrate in every land the effects of a spirit of inclusiveness - an inclusiveness which will be channeled or expressed through him. All who seek right human relations will be gathered automatically to him, whether they are in one of the world's great religions or not. ...all who see no true or basic difference between religion and religion or between man and man or nation and nation will rally around him.
"Those who embody the spirit of exclusiveness or separateness will stand automatically and equally revealed and all men will know them for what they are." 
"There will not be any dissociation between the universal church, the sacred lodge of all true masons and the inner circles of the esoteric societies.... In this way, the goals and work of the United Nations shall be solidified and a new church of God, led by all the religions and by all the spiritual groups, shall put an end to the great heresy of separateness."
I think it is important to keep in mind that the globalists are essentially Westerners. They are the end of Galut Rome and so their new world religion will likely emanate from Papal Xianity. (More on that later, iy"H.) Furthermore, we already see that this "spirit of "inclusiveness" is already running rampant throughout the Western world.
(Wikipedia) Bailey taught a form of universal spirituality that transcended denominational identification, believing that, "Every class of human beings is a group of brothers. Catholics, Jews, Gentiles, occidentals and orientals are all the sons of God." She stated that all religions originate from the same spiritual source, and that humanity will eventually come to realize this, and as they do so, the result will be the emergence of a universal world religion and a "new world order".
This is just a glimpse into the mindset of one who propounded a one world religion for a new world order and whose writings are taken very seriously by those who continue to support this idea. So, let's look a bit more into what she had to say specifically about "the role of the Jewish people in the divine Plan for our world."

Pay close attention, now. I think you will find this both enlightening and a bit shocking, as I did. The views expressed are attributed not to Alice Bailey herself but to an "Ascended Master of Wisdom," the so-called "Tibetan" who channeled his messages using her as a conduit.*
The books that the Tibetan wrote with the cooperation of Alice Bailey between 1919-1949 were intended to be the intermediate phase of a three-part release of the Ageless Wisdom planned by the Hierarchy to precede and condition the New Age, the Aquarian age. As we look at the world scene, we can see the enormous significance of the role played by the Jewish people and the State of Israel particularly in the last one hundred years. This may explain, in part, why the Tibetan focused such special attention on the Jews. Because the establishing of right relationships between all aspects of our planetary life is the goal of the Plan, this makes the achieving of a just and lasting peace in the Middle East—the pivotal point for so much of the world’s conflict today—essential.
...Many people of goodwill are working diligently to find a solution. However, the unique aspect of esoteric teaching is that it challenges the student to penetrate to the causal level of all human problems, where the spiritual origins of the problems can be identified and lasting solutions can be precipitated into human consciousness. Perhaps that is why the Tibetan was unstinting in his criticism of Zionism, which sought to solve the problem of the stigmatisation of the Jewish people by giving them their own homeland rather than working for their integration into existing nations.
...Through the Jewish people throughout the world, feeling—sympathetic or antagonistic, expressive of love or conditioned by hate—is being gathered to a focus in the planetary solar plexus centre, preparatory to a great and permanent change. It is for this reason that I have said to some of my pupils that when humanity will have solved correctly the Jewish problem, and when it has been resolved in a humanitarian and sound manner, then the energy of the planetary solar plexus centre will have been raised to the heart and a great transmutation will have taken place." (The Externalisation of the Hierarchy, p. 87).
We would stress the Tibetan’s statement, "Through the Jewish people throughout the world, feeling…is being gathered…". This implies that the feeling nature of all human beings, not just those currently incarnated in Jewish bodies, is being stimulated through their reaction to the problems centred in the situation of the Jews. We have all had a hand in the creation of this problem over the millennia, and it is up to all people of goodwill to solve it by right thinking, loving attitudes, and an unwavering identification with the fact of the one humanity. 
Another point of concern for many is the Tibetan’s unwavering opposition to Zionism. He believed that the Jewish problem could be solved only by their integration into the world’s nations, not by setting the Jews further apart in a separate nation. However, almost all the writing that developed from his collaboration with Alice Bailey was completed before the state of Israel was founded in 1948, and Israel has been a reality for sixty years. The situation is not helped by critical, hateful thinking towards either the Israeli citizens or their neighbours. Rather, all people of goodwill are obligated to bring loving understanding and compassion to all affected by the suffering resulting from the long-standing conflict in the Middle East. All who espouse spiritual values must approach the situation of the Middle East with a realistic appraisal of present circumstances and a focus on creative change leading to better conditions for all concerned. It is a difficult challenge but not an impossible one. And it is worth every ounce of effort we can bring to bear upon a just resolution, for "When humanity has solved the Jewish problem (with the understanding cooperation of the Jew) and overcome ancient antipathies and hatreds, it will do so by fusing the problem in one vast humanitarian situation" (The Externalisation of the Hierarchy, p. 77).
Under the divine Plan for our world, humanity is left free to work out its own destiny. To quote the Tibetan a final time: "The Jewish race is a symbol of humanity in its mass sense; in the resolution of its conflict and in the taking of right action, a great step forward in human liberation will take place" (The Rays and the Initiations, p. 640). (Source)
[To be continued, iy"H...] 
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* (Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato, Derech Hashem, Part 3, Chapter 2)  "It was therefore arranged that every good concept have its counterpart in evil. This is what Scripture means when it says (Koheles 7:14), 'God has made one opposite the other.' ...according to these principles it follows that just as God gave man a way to come to enlightenment and Divine Inspiration (Ruach ha-Kodesh) in a manner that transcends physical laws..., God made it possible for man to bring upon himself darkness, pollution, and an unclean spirit, also in a manner that transcends the laws of nature. ...The concept of such powers is that under appropriate conditions an individual can channel the Influences of corruption and pollution.... This repels a person away from God more than anything else, and is the exact opposite of cleaving to Him."