The Vatican and UN working for the same one world government and religion under a one world leader
By Greg Szymanski, JD
In years past, Pope Paul VI once read a papal encyclical that boldly called on the nations of the world to ban sovereignty and form a world government.
As reported by William T. James in a book he wrote called Foreshocks of the Anti-Christ, published in 1997, he noted that Paul VI held a staff with a bent cross, a symbol of Lucifer with an emaciated Jesus arms stretched out in a Masonic triangle with pine cones at his feet.
Coincidentally, Pope John Paul II throughout his tenure carried the same staff.
And just like Paul VI, John Paul II called for a “New World Order”, dedicating an entire Jan. 1 2004 speech to this concept while extolling the virtues of unity and sanctioning the work of the United Nations.
In another book entitled Broken Cross: Hidden Hand in the Vatican, the mention of the staff with the bent cross in the hands of John Paul II come up again, the writer quoting a Masonic encyclopedia regarding its hidden meaning:
“A broken or bent cross is a symbol used by satanists, black magicians and sorcerers of the middle ages making use of it to represent the Biblical term the ‘Mark of the Beast,’” said the author, reminding us that it is just another blatant symbol of the Anti-Christ.
With the Pope now declared as the moral religious by all government leaders as well as the likes of 33 degree Freemason, Billy Graham, the tool used by all those in the New World Order camp to bring about their synthesis of change will be the United Nations.
And it is clear when one studies the intent of the UN, its purpose is both political and spiritual.
Let’s look to organizations created by the UN as well as quotes from the several top UN officials, past and present.
In 1994, in a World Goodwill Newsletter that publication reported the creation of a UN Interfaith Organization called the Temple of Understanding, the goal being to create a “spiritual UN.”
It’s supporters in fact were not small fries but people like Eleanor Roosevelt and Anwar Sadat, indicating this organization has top level approval.
Two other facts standout, verifying the UN’s purpose far exceeds just the legal and political realms.
Founded in 1995, the United Religious Organization was founded under the UN’s watchful eye, stressing a unification of all religions. According to UN documents, the organization fell into place by 2000 and became fully operational by 2005.
“Do not worry if not all religions will join the United Religious Organization. Many nations did not join the UN at the beginning, but later regretted it. It was the same with the European communities and it will be the case with the world’s religions because whoever stays out and aloof will sooner or later regret it.”
Do not take Muller’s word’s lightly as he remains one of the biggest UN movers and shakers and through his own admission and theoretical associations is a high level occultist with a hidden agenda.
Known as the father of global education, Muller’s UN credentials include being the author of the World Core Educational curriculum and drawing up the framework for world media coverage.
According to several researchers, what every person has to learn henceforth is inspired by this man. However, this begs the question who inspired Muller?
In the book, The World’s Last Dictator by Dwight L. Kinman, Muller states:
“We must move as quickly as possible to a one world government, one world religion under a one world leader.”
In other writings, Muller claims to have been deeply influenced by Jesuit priest Teilhard de Chardin, saying “I myself have been deeply influenced by de Chardin and his global long term thinking.”
Called the father of the New Age Movement, Muller further states that de Chardin always viewed the UN “as the progressive institutional embodiment of his philosophy” (Jesuit philosophy).
De Chardin wrote in 1955: “Although the form is not yet discernible, mankind will one day awaken to a ‘pan-organized world’”.
Although this should tip-off readers to the UN’s occult agenda if you know anything about the occult hidden agenda of the Jesuits, Muller further links his ties to Luciferianism with this quote listed in the forward of his World Core Curriculum.
“The underlying philosophy upon which the Robert Muller School is based will be found in the teachings set forth in the books of Alice A. Bailey.”
Bailey, a high priestess of the New Age with ties to H.P Blavatsky as a former head of Blavatsky’s Theosophy Society.
In this startling quote, Bailey tells us of the occult agenda behind the formulation of the UN:
“…the effects of the UN in the formulation of a world plan can be seen in the planning and preparation of the New Age.From the very start of this unfoldment, three occult factors have governed the development of these plans,” said Bailey, who wrote 24 books of esoteric philosophy under a company called Lucifer Publishing.
Speaking of Lucifer while supposedly receiving channeled messages from Tibetan Djwal Khul, Bailey added in one of her works entitled The Reappearance of Christ:
“The major effect of his appearance will surely be to demonstrate in every lands the effects of inclusiveness…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 and separateness will stand automatically and equally revealed and all men will know them for what they are.
It is clear to those Bible readers, Bailey is not talking about the Jesus in the Bible, but the counterfeit Lucifer who is worshiped by the few “enlightened men at the UN” controlling world policy through occult teachings.
To further make this clear ask why the UN Prayer room is shaped like a Trapezoid after looking up the significance and purpose of the Order of the Trapezoid as told by occult writers?
Although quotes abound linking the Vatican, the Jesuits, Freemasonry, the leaders of the U.S. and the UN to Luciferianism, we will leave you with only one, leaving the rest for future articles.
Here is a quote by Brock Chisolm, former director of the World Health Organization made in the Christian World Report in March 1991:
“To achieve world government it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family tradition, national patriotism and religious dogmas.”
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