Saturday, March 29, 2014

Opening Wedge of a Deadly Agenda

"Many New Agers teach that our sensation of 
existing as finite creatures is an illusion. Humanity has 
forgotten that it is divine. As a result, people need to 
become enlightened about their true divinity in order 
to experientially become one with the All. Exercises 
intended to transform consciousness can help one attain enlightenment. Techniques such as yoga, meditation, 
past-life regression, soul travel, and channeling 
spiritual guides may help one achieve enlightenment" 
("New Age," SBC Interfaith Evangelism BELIEF BULLETIN," 
p. 2, click HERE for complete article, bold print 

That first sentence is very important. 

"Many New Agers teach that our sensation of 
existing as finite creatures is an illusion."

This is the opening wedge of a very deadly agenda. It seems
so harmless, even sappy, so for a long time this sort of 
thing I just shrugged off, and concentrated on the problems
of more obvious occultism. I would hardly call it occultism
being more pragmatically focussed, when I was interested in
occultism for the wrong reasons, I considered it a waste of time. 
Once I was seriously Christian I recognized most of it as evil but
thought for a couple of years or so that some of it could be 
retrieved for Christian use, or as harmless and extracted from 
the demonic matrix. This set the stage for major spiritual 
backsliding and problems and failures of various kinds that are
not important to detail here. Suffice it to say, none of it is
extractable. Kabbalah for instance, the "tree of life" and tarot
are not useable as any kind of aid. Tarot and divination in 
general is argued to work "scientifically" by reaching a part of
your subconscious mind that is "panpsychic" and which when
queried will see and assess and then stack the deck while you
shuffle it, and give you an answer. On this basis you are 
supposedly not talking to spirits or plugging into anything, just
using some natural ability of your own.

EVEN IF TRUE there is a very big problem. From my experience,
this is only true at all, and that minimally perhaps not true at
all, for a short time. Using the tarot using this skill at all, makes
changes in your energy system or "aura" (which is something that,
like standard electricity and magnetism used to be exploited in
the 1700s and 1800s by occult philosophers and propagandists to
support things it doesn't support, is heavily exploited by New
Ager occultists now, but the measures they propose you take
will in fact DAMAGE your energy system in a way you won't see
as that, because like some physical poisons work, you don't feel
obviously bad, you feel better or free of pain and worry or some
such thing. There are toxins that lull you while slowly killing you,
in some cases on one overdose in others over a period of time
with repeated doses. On the spiritual and psychic level, the
same is true.)

Your energy system and aura change, and quickly, from using 
tarot. This in turn attracts "entities" or fallen angels, demons,
whatever, it gets their attention, and then they move in. 

In my experience, as I used the tarot I found that the answers
were less reliable and also darker, and that it was addictive,
in a strange way (the seductive art of the cards especially the
Golden Dawn version being part of it), and a sense of talking
with something on the other side so to speak of them. Being
rather isolated and lonely this wasn't an automatic red flag,
but I got dubious.

I decided to "test the spirits" I John 4:4. It was hard, because
of the structuring of the cards and their meanings, and with
the I Ching and coin throw, to be able to get an exact answer
using any layout, but what I noticed was, that the answer from
the tarot was definitely more in the direction of rejecting the
Truth, and the I Ching was a bit more interpretable as passing
the test, but it was also vague, and could not be anything but
vague given the limitation of it to preset verses.

I decided to chuck them all. 

I used the pendulum for a while in the same time frame, to
dig out information I thought was buried in my subconscious
and lost it twice, one time it fell off the chain when this
was physically impossible, and that time, I never found the
carborundum jewel I was using. At that moment, I thought
a pale angelic like figure was next to me and touching the
pendulum either chain or jewel or pointing close at it. 

I think it was removed from me for my own good by an angel
from God.

I don't recall if this was after I had dumped tarot and I Ching
or about the same time. Probably a bit after.

Now, the problem with the idea of our infinitude, is that 
this is simply false. AND THIS STATE OF MIND SOFTENS OUR

Also potentially suggestible. Almost all the cults including 
ones that have gone very nasty in ways the typical New Ager
might consider too controlling or violent or whatever, teach
this same human divinity stuff, so it is not inherently a 
doctrine that protects against evils so extreme that even 
the average pop New Ager would balk at.

There are two types of psychic telepathic development
techniques. One is to go passive, and try to be super 
receptive to everything and pick up stuff. Channeling or
mediumship is an obvious next step, automatic writing
being an example, and possession an extreme situation 
on this same continuum.

The other is to be very focussed, not passive, and to send
and influence.

Online several years ago, I stumbled on the advice of a 
satanist to his students, that the average herd animal human
is to be encouraged in the former passive kind of thing, so
they will be more influencable and controllable, but the
satanist as ruler should focus on the latter and never be 
passive, since the last thing such an elitist should be is
under another's rule.

This should be an eye opener, especially when combined
with Constance Cumbey's research on the long range 
exterminationist plans of the New Age leaders, which at
various points they (e.g., Barbara Marx Hubbard) have
openly admitted, usually with such nice sounding terms
as "removed from this level of manifestation" or "sent to
some higher realm" or something like that.

These states of mind are infesting the evangelical and 
charismatic community nowdays, and the opening wedge
was the notion of "waiting on the Spirit" which goes back
to the Welsh 1830s revival, a condition which is the 
passivity of a trance medium seeking to get possessed.

Jesse Penn-Lewis wrote WAR AGAINST THE SAINTS in that
context, showing the great deception that was often going
on. (And which would generally oppose anyone testing the
spirit in question, making people afraid they were blaspheming
The Holy Spirit if they checked to make sure it wasn't a 
deceiving spirit instead.)

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