The New Age


Bruce Kettler


Latest Update January 10, 2009

What's this "New Age" all about anyway?

It has been played upon by an evil group called the Illuminati, a part of the NewWorld Order.

The New World Order has a new age planned.  Their plan is for death to most of the Earth's population, and slavery for many others.  To the unwitting slaves and dupes of these people, this seems like something that is for the betterment of mankind, so they promote it.  The design of those who run the New World Order  is for that small group of "elites" to benefit, not for those who support them.

Many have heard one of the newest terms, "New Age,"  not knowing what it meant.  A few others don't  recall hearing it at all.  During the process of language expansion, reference works have, at times, had to catch up with the news media and common word usage.

The term "New Age," basicly, is about the Age of Aquarius.  Contrary to the actual Christian Millenium (1000 years) this fictional "age" is supposed to extend approximately 2000 years beyond approximately the year 2000.  Both the Millenium and the fictional "New Age" start about the same time.  However, followers of the Devil's "New Age" will be destroyed, so they will have a short witness of their "New Age."

"This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius," are the words of a popular 1960's song.  It still echo's in the minds of some.

New Age people are Buddhists, UFO enthusiasts, Astrologers, Tarot  Readers, and a variety of others.   Many "New-agers" are not connected with a group, and have no particular affinity for a certain method of divination.

There are "New Age" so-called Christians.   Many Unity and Science of Mind Church leaders accept the title  "New Age," and some do not.  There are New Age Jews.  Though Sufism, a Mystical Version of the Muslim religion began long before this supposed New Age dawned, and it has increased in popularity.

Buddhists and other eastern religion people are often called "New Age" because now there's a much larger population of them from America and Europe.  However, there are Buddhists, Tarot Readers, UFO enthusiasts, and others who do not accept the title, "New Age."

"New Age" is not a religion, nor is it a particular practice such as Astrology or Tarot.  "New Age" consists of such.

Marilyn Ferguson's book, The Aquarian Conspiracy, is a classic work about The New  Age.   From it you can discover more of New Age ideas and their impact upon the religious, political, and economic conditions of our planet.

Major newspapers and magazines have consulted with Marilyn Ferguson to help them define "New Age."   In her work, she shows many of the parts that "New Age" consists of.  Amongst them are David  Bohm's theory of  the implicate  universe.   Chapter 6  has reference to Physicist David  Bohm  describing a holographic universe, and information about Pribram's view of the hologram idea.   There's also meditation teaching of Ram Dass (formerly known  as Richard Alpert, Harvard Professor), and information about Joseph Campbell the mythologist, Sufism, Theosophy, Dream Journals, Biofeedback, Silva Mind Control, psychic healing, and Boulder Colorado's Jose Arguelles, originator of the Harmonic Convergence  -- a New  Age event that captured worldwide media attention, including  network  TV.

The "Whole Life Expo" was a yearly gathering of "New-Agers" in Los Angeles, New York City and elsewhere.  At the NY Whole Life Expo in October  1989,  I saw  Uri  Geller and his telekenetic spoon bending amongst other phenomena.   Marilyn Ferguson gave a talk.  There were  people from  UFO groups.   Depak  Chopra, the New Age holistic physician and author, was there, as was Dr. Bernie Siegel who's appeared on many network TV talk shows.  I noticed Shamanist, Lynn Andrews was at an Expo.  A good way to help define "New Age" is to see what activities there are at such a New Age gathering.

You'll see another view of the  New Age when you read New  Age  Journal,  found  in  mall  bookstores  such  as  Walden's and B. Dalton's.  One issue  contained  an  article about Crop Circle designs  --  thought to have been placed in fields by extraterrestrial life or other consciousness forms.

Here's another definer of "New Age."  Inside any large bookstore such as B. Dalton's or Walden's,  is a "New Age" section.   There you'll find Astrology, Nostradamus Prophecies, and books of  many similar subjects.   In fact, on the jackets of certain books you'll find a guideline to show the bookstore that "New  Age" is the section to place them.

The discussion of scientists about the correlation between the discoveries of quantum  physics and  the ideas of mysticism is shown through some writings of the late J. Krishnamurti.  His dialogue with  scientist David  Bohm was  published in  his book, Truth and Actuality.  In 1967, Krishnamurti's books were only found in obscure bookstores in New York City, with publishers such as Quest.  Now the more  prominent Harper and Row publishes his books, carried in nearly every bookstore worldwide.  I've read a number of Krishnamurti's books.  His education was New World Order oriented, so he advocated the idea that there is no such thing as free thought, that since it all originated from past events it was bound by conditioning.  He advocated "freeing" one's mind from thought, except for technical matters.  In actual fact, history, both that of the individual and the world, should teach us certain things.  He decried the separate nations, saying that was the source of war.  The New World Order will be saying the same thing about separate nations, and separate religions, in the future when they tell the masses what they have been telling each other for many years, that we must rid ourselves of separateness.  It's a lie.

The best-seller, Illusions, by Richard Bach, was at the  check-out stands of Supermarkets all over the country during the 70's.   It's a "New Age" novel, still available after 20 years.  It conveys the idea that nothing is absolutely correct, miracles are possible, life is an illusion, and we supposedly create that illusion or story that we know as reality.  As with all the sorcery of the New Age, there is partial truth in what they write.

Time Magazine's cover story of Nov. 4, 1991 was titled, "The New Age of Alternative Medicine."    Subjects covered were reflexology, mind over matter, crystal healing, biofeedback, and others.   A magazine general poll showed that 62 percent would consider seeking medical help from an alternative doctor if regular medicine did not help.  Since 1991, alternative medicine has become even more widespread.  That's one idea that the elite do not presently subscribe to for the masses.  They do promote it for their own personal benefit.  They would rid the mass use of alternative medicine, vitamins, minerals, and non-hybred fruits and vegetables, and instead promote the genocide that modern medicine, floride in the water, drugs, processed food, and hybred seeds, bring to humanity.

The New Age is no longer a movement outside of the earth's society.  It is now so much  a part of society that many believe they can forget "New Age" as a reference of something different. There is much less media ridicule.    An example of an absence of ridicule is shown in the Time Magazine article mentioned above.  It's far too much accepted, and that falls in line with Satan's plan, and the brainwashing techniques of the Illuminati.

Another example is the March 1992 Life Magazine article with a front page feature,  "Visions of Life  After Death, the  Ultimate Mystery."    The  article  shows polls that reveal 8 million Americans have had Near Death Experiences  (NDE).  When  reading the account of people who experienced what seemed to them a divine energy radiating from that light, and who know for many years afterward that death is not the end, they tell of some of the inner assurance they seem to have.  It's a message about the purpose and meaning of life,  not something that makes people interested in dying.  People who have NDE, often enough, show that  meaning in their everyday life, in that they make their days and nights count towards bringing forth that light to others in their lives.  Satan is known as an "angel of light."  Those reading the article may get a verbal and visual glimpse of that radiating consciousness, that seems to be wisdom, a feeling that is a counterfit of divine love and light that reflects inside those influenced by it.   "New Age"  people are less often ridiculed when they tell of their own or someone else's Near Death  Experience, since it's now a supposed normal part of our culture.

What was considered offbeat type literature during the 50's  is now often found at the check-out stands of your supermarket, with books similar to Illusions by Richard Bach.  Satan was also considered "off-beat" but now he's accepted, and even worshipped.  It's a sign of the end times.

Here's a more recent example  that the term, "New Age,"  was recently alive and well in popular media.  In Omni Magazine's Nov. 1992 issue, page 50, Brian Weiss is  shown as the "latest hero of  the New Age."   He's a hypnotherapist  who regresses people to their so-called past lives.  The fact is, according to scripture, " is appointed on to man once to live, and after this the judgement."

Still more recent is an example of one of the most respected scientific Journals, Scientific American.  In the May 2003 issue, there is an article titled Infinite Earths in Parallel Universes Really Exist by Max Tegmark.  Remarkably, he writes of what what was once the domain of metaphysics. We can see that science and metaphysics are joining in the conceptual framework of respected scientists everywhere.  He says, "...the borderline between physics and metaphysics is defined by whatever theory is experimentally testable..."  See Scientific American through this link.  This brings a degree of light to humanity, because there is a basic truth to this, but it can also bring darkness, depending how one applies certain knowledge, and what other false ideas are integrated with that true knowledge.

We may note popular movies today that 20 years ago could not have  been successful: Flatliners, Somewhere in Time, Dead Again, Ghost, and The Butcher's Wife and the movie starring Robin Williams, What Dreams May Come.   I've seen most of these movies, and they are Satan's handiwork.  There are more, too  many to mention here.   A documentary was  shown recently on  Japanese TV about the prophecies of  Nostradamus.  Dolores Cannon,  author of Conversations With Nostradamus, was interviewed.  However, if you want authentic prophecy, go to the links page, and look at various prophecy interpretations

Another example of a "New Age" happening was the popularity of the FOX TV network  show, "Sightings," a weekly documentary show in the U.S.A. of psychic phenomena, UFO sightings, etc.  Then came Strange Universe and other documentaries.  The quickly increasing popularity of the talk radio, Art Bell (and his successors) show is another example.  Principally, the paranormal and UFO's are discussed on the Art Bell show.

Shirley MacLaine, the  popular actress and  author, has had  many  appearances on popular talk shows, discussing her New  Age ideas and movie, Out on a Limb.

The fiction stories and true documentary accounts of psychic phenomena often reveal ideas.  When one see's a documentary of psychic healing, the idea that the human body has an energy field is shown.  With documentaries that show the interaction of mind and body, and that we can heal our own bodies, comes the idea that we have more control over our destiny.  Satan brings forth the lie that we are gods, and can heal ourselves.  Real, and lasting, healing, however, can be accomplished through the power of God.

As another example of how the New Age is part of our mainstream society, the American 900 psychic telephone lines (900 is the prefix called)  grew rapidly durng the 1990's.  Many saw the increased advertising on TV and called psychics to find what they thought were easier and more enlightened pathways through their lives.  The 900 lines became a major force in this New Age.  Many of the former "tele-psychics" were more than fortune tellers.  They were spiritual counsellors who showed often distorted spiritual meanings behind relationship and financial difficulties, the reasons for the emotional pain.  People escaped from their struggles, and renewed an interest in human understanding, rather than divine light.  The controlling factor behind many of these companies was not to help others.  Some companies had benevolent motivation and careful choosing of those hired to answer the phone.

Psychic Detectives  are becoming increasingly popular amongst law enforcement agencies.   As one example, we may note the celebrated Sylvia Browne.  Some of these people are fakes, and others are given power by Satan.  It may be that some are given power by God to perform this, but it is by their fruits one can discern.

Sylvia did a taped interview with a former FBI agent, during which she described the perpetrators of the World Trade Center bombing.  Her physical descriptions were nearly perfect, and she got the name of one with only one syllable off.  It's reported that the interview was given to the FBI by the former agent, and that the FBI assured the former agent they were willing to accept any leads given.  There were people outside the U.S. Government, involved, and they interacted with the FBI  However, the U.S. Government wanted the towers taken down, and were frustrated by a failure. See more about this from other sites at the links page.

The New  Age  is an approximate 2160 year period according to these people who are promoting satanic world government, and it's supposedly a marking point in time of  change for the entire planetary consciousness.  It's emergence is supposed to be gradual, and this writing shows the timing of certain changes.  It's still debatable when, exactly, the New Age begins.   Many don't feel there is an exact year, but just keep trying to look to what's going on around them.

Some don't want to be identified with all that's attributable to the "New Age."  As an example, reincarnation is not an accepted part of The Church of Religious Science (Science of Mind), though I've noticed the doctrine accepted in pulpits of Unity Churches.

There are "New Age" people with a variety of ideas about what  reincarnation means -- other than that people supposedly individually take on another life after the previous one is over.  Others do not believe in any type of reincarnation.   With either view, they have other ideas in common  with  many  New-agers.  With that freedom from rigid beliefs, they often call themselves, and thus are, "New Age."

Part II shows some New Age spiritual, political and sociological manifestations, what some of the former ages have in common with one another, and some differences.  It's important to note that world government, and world religion, are the most important New Age prophecies from the early 20th century, and they coincide with the present design and implementation of the New World Order.

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