Is the United Nations Organisation a religious body and, if so, what is its agenda?
Robert Muller, the former Assistant Secretary General, who died a year ago, was passionately religious:
“Let us make this a unique event in all human history, perhaps applauded and supported by God, the saints and mysterious forces of the universe concerned with our doings on this miraculous planet and with our fate on it as the most advanced, most knowledgeable, conscious and capable of all living species. Let us make this magnificent Earth a Garden of Eden, inhabited by a miraculous humanity, a first-class success of the will of God and of the universe, a true paradise of fulfillment and happiness for our children and grandchildren.”
“The United Religions Organization, once established, should proclaim its own saints and holy persons, namely global saints who worked for the peace and cooperation of all humanity, of all religions, for the birth of a global spirituality, for the promotion of the high spiritual values shared by all religions, and for the advent of a spiritual third Millennium.”
The core curriculum of Robert Muller’s Global Education Project envisaged a “cosmic education foreseen by the religious and by people like Maria Montessori… a holistic education, teaching the holism of the universe and the planet.”
Ecology is the main thrust of the new educational system as envisaged by the United Nations, but there is obviously another agenda.
“Once again, but this time on a universal scale, humankind is seeking no less than its reunion with the ‘divine’, its transcendence into ever higher forms of life. Hindus call our earth Brahma, or God, for they rightly see no difference between our earth and the divine. This ancient truth is slowly dawning again upon humanity. Its full flowering will be the real, great new story of humanity as we are about to enter our cosmic age and to become what we were always meant to be: the planet of God.”
[Robert Muller, New Genesis (Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1982), p49]
When Muller spoke of God, he appeared to be referring to a spiritual hierarchy within all the world religions. Rather than engendering in our children an appreciation and stewardship of nature, they are being encouraged to recognise their spiritual “oneness” with the natural world. Learners are being spoon-fed a diet that is intended to unite global belief systems into one religious conglomerate. That it is intrinsically Hinduistic in nature is obvious from the Assistant Secretary General’s quote above.
Dorothy J Maver serves on the steering committee of the Global Alliance for Transforming Education. It becomes abundantly clear that this education is primarily aimed at transforming the student spiritually rather than academically. In the Robert Muller School World Core Curriculum we read in the preface the following:
“The underlying philosophy upon which The Robert Muller School is based with be found in the teachings set forth in the books of Alice Bailey by the Tibetan teacher, Djwhal Khul…”
Dr. Robert Muller, The Robert Muller School World Core Curriculum (Arlington, TX: The Robert Muller School, November, 1986), p20.
Alice A Bailey channelled The Plan of the Hierarchy through ascended master, the Tibetan, Djwhal Khul. These “teachings” are so-called guides for man’s evolutionary journey. Bailey was a disciple of Helena Blavatsky, founder of the Theosophical Society. The system of education promulgated by the United Nations is deliberately New Age. It is interesting to note that Adolph Hitler was also an adept of Theosophy and a keen follower of Blavatsky.
UN Meditation Room
Within the United Nations building is a trapezoid meditation room personally planned and supervised in every detail by Dag Hammarskjöld, UN Secretary-General 1953–1961.
In the center of the room is a six-and-half-ton rectangular block of iron ore reminiscent of Mecca’s Kaaba. The upper surface is highly polished and illuminated from above by a single spotlight. The block, a gift from the King of Sweden, is the only symbol in the room. Dag Hammarskjöld wanted the room to form the heart of the United Nations and he described it as “…a meeting of the light, of the sky, and the earth… it is the altar to the God of all…. we want this massive altar to give the impression of something more than temporary…”.
The United Nations organisation is intent on uniting the nations politically under its banner, but it is also determined to unite the world spiritually. As such, it is subjecting our youth to a process of subtle indoctrination. They are being subjected to New Age doctrine with the intention of shifting their belief systems from those of their parents to something more acceptable to the world body. There is to be raising of human consciousness, a spiritual unity aimed with great deliberation against the God of the Bible.
At the Tower of Babel, mankind was scattered as Nimrod sought to foment a rebellion against God. The United Nations, the European Union and all similar bodies, are man’s attempt to succeed where the first Nimrod failed. A second Nimrod will shortly step into the role created for him by these global organisations.
Read Nimrod Twice Born and discover the conspiracy to global power which took root two thousand years ago. Opus Dei takes the story forward into today’s world and projects it just a little into the future.
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