Discovering the New Age Movement, Constance Cumby
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|Subject: Discovering the New Age Movement, Constance Cumby Fri 22 Jan 2010, 8:28 pm|| |
Constance Cumbey Author of "The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow" tells her story on how she discovered the New Age Movement. Its an exciting story to hear as the truth of the new age movement is exposed from the shadows it hides behind, revealing its dark purposes and satanic plot in its hope for the Anti Christ. Constance also tells her thrilling account of how she basically shattered a Benjamin Creme gathering by saying the Lords Prayer, while they were waiting for Maitreya to show.. Get ready for an exciting time as Constance Cumbey tells her story. Filmed at the Radio Liberty 2006 conference, hosted by Dr. Stanley Monteith.Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow-Constance Cumby
Cumby claims the movement's supreme purpose: is to subvert our Judeo-Christian foundation and create a one-world order through a complex network of occult organizations.Scribd
: http://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Dangers-Rainbow-Movement-Barbarism/dp/091031103XFrom an Amazon Reviewer:
Constance Cumbey's book, Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow, has been translated into several foreign languages and remained in print until Huntington House recently declared bankrupty. It has been in print for over 20 years. Those who work behind the scenes at changing the culture keep a very low profile. Particularly valuable is that in the book Cumbey names organizations that one would not encounter reading the papers. For instance, she goes into much detail regarding Lucis Trust, an organization based on the occult writings of Alice Bailey. This organization has been around since the '20s and is an offshoot of the Theosophical Society, also an occultic organization. Lucis Trust and the Theosophical Society were key players in the Parliament of World Religions in the early '90s. Another organization outed in the book is New Group of World Servers. NGWS is a branch of Lucis Trust. ngws.org is still very active and powerful. Lucis Trust still holds hands with the United Nation, again documented in her book. That the New Age religion has spread its cloak over many other countries is documented in many places. The academic community has taken a growing interest in this movement. New Age Religion and Globalization is based on a conference that was held in Denmark in 1999. The book is copyrighted 2001. I would also recommend Prof. Gene Veith's book, Modern Fascism. Twenty plus years ago Cumbey brought information on New Age to the general public, people who may not have access to the writings in the academic community. She cannot be thanked enough for providing this valuable service.
Those who hope to find information about cults when purchasing this book need to look to other sources. As Hanagraaff points out in New Age Religion and Globalization, New Age religion is not cultic, but is based in cultural change. Another Amazon Reviewer:
This review is primarily directed at the detractors from this author and this book. I too am a former devotee of the New Age. In fact, for almost 10 years I was an 'initiate' of a mystical order which was the very epitome of the New Age. We studied the works of Helena Blavatsky, Annie Besant, Alice Bailey, and many other New Age authors. We studied the tarot, crystals, astrology, the Cabala, etc., etc. We were linked with The Great White Brotherhood and their associated orders throughout the world. However, I became disallusioned with the New Age, came to realize it's heresy, and subsequently became a Christian. Here is the problem in a nutshell (and I realize that I am wasting my breath) spiritual things can only be spiritually discerned. That is, it requires an unction from the Holy Spirit before you can discern spiritual truth from error. I know that this is hard for you to swallow, because I was once as you are. I felt that fundamental Christianity was narrow, bigoted, and wrong, and that New Age teachings contained the deep truths underlying Christianity and all other religions. This book is a good expose of the heart of the New Age movement which is indeed Satanic, and the goals that it has in store for humanity which is enslavement through a one world government and a heretical, Satanic one world religion. Don't wait too long before you find this out for yourself. You will regret it for a long, long, long time.
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|Subject: Occult Religious Take Over over Global Citizen? Constance Cumby Sat 06 Feb 2010, 12:26 pm|| |
Constance Cumbey Author of "The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow
" tells her story on how she discovered the New Age Movement. Its an exciting story to hear as the truth of the new age movement is exposed from the shadows it hides behind, revealing its dark purposes and satanic plot in its hope for the Anti Christ. Constance also tells her thrilling account of how she basically shattered a Benjamin Creme gathering by saying the Lords Prayer, while they were waiting for Maitreya to show.. Get ready for an exciting time as Constance Cumbey tells her story.
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|Subject: Re: Discovering the New Age Movement, Constance Cumby Tue 09 Feb 2010, 3:42 pm|| |
The essential difference between communism, as concretely occurred with the Bolshevik revolution and the Maoist revolution, and the still nominally Christian and Islamic societies, as well as in certain other traditional countries, is the elimination of a view of man as having primarily a spiritual vocation–something which admittedly modern man generally has betrayed, but which the materialist conceptions deny explicitly and seek to destroy. The freedom to openly practice one’s religion is the essential freedom. Without it, everything else is threatened, for the simple reason that the human being is no longer conceived as human, but simply as a clever beast, as “labor” and, at need, as a disposable “useless eater.”
The sacred is the essence of all values. If it disappears all that is good will disappear in turn. The fact that it can be abused or betrayed is a completely separate issue. Yes, the US is riddled with errors, the “system” is corrupt, in many ways we are a menace to ecological equilibrium, and so on. But we maintain, to a very limited degree it is true, a sense of the sacred, a faith in a transcendent Reality which is the First Cause and the Last Judge. That is the crucial difference, the only one worth dying for.
We must nderstand that the public must be moved into total relativism in order to be totally controlled. That’s why there is this enormous global push away from God and “absolute truth” into New Age, or what is sometimes now referred to as “Culture Creatives”.
There’s a tremendous amount of material on the subject, produced by entities such as the UN’s Lucis Trust, the Theosophic Society (Madam Blavatsky), and others. The 1988 book, "America: The Sorcerer’s New Apprentice, The Rise of New Age Shmanism” provide an excellent overview of the strategies at play and their intended goals. It can be found at Amazon for only a few dollars: http://tr.im/j4pp
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