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"A leaderless but powerful network is working to bring about radical change in the United States. 
Its members have broken with certain key elements of Western thought, and they may have broken continuity with history.... 

Broader than reform, deeper than revolution, this benign conspiracy for a new human agenda has triggered the most rapid cultural realignment in history. 

This great shuddering, irrevocable shift overtaking us 
is not a new political, religious, philosophical system. 
It is a new mind - the ascendence of a startling worldview."

(New Age leader Marilyn Ferguson, "The Aquarian Conspiracy", p.23)

A. How Big a Conspiracy?
"The Aquarian Conspiracy" by 'Marilyn Ferguson' (pub. 1980) was the first major book by NA leadership claiming to catalog the extent of their movement. Ferguson had proclaimed then: "They have coalesced into small groups in every town and institution. They have formed what one called 'national non-organizations.' Some conspirators are keenly aware of the national, even international, scope of the movement and are active in linking others.... There are legions of conspirators... in corporations, universities, hospitals, on the faculties of public schools, in factories, in doctors' offices, in state and federal agencies, on city councils and the White House staff, in state legislatures, in volunteer organizations, in virtually all arenas of policy-making in the country [U.S.]... [including] at the cabinet level of the United States Government." ("The Aquarian Conspiracy", p.23, 24, 235). 

Wasn't she exaggerating? Considering the statements of other like-minded spokespeople which we will examine in this series, and the tremendous changes our society has experienced since this New Age manifesto was published, it's more accurate to say that Ferguson broke it to us gently. We are indeed confronting "a new mind" being orchestrated on a global scale. Only it is not "new". [Nor is its conspiracy "benign" from a Jewish point of view, as we will see.] 

Contrary to past esoteric groups which were shrouded in secrecy, New Age is quite obliging in identifying the members of their "benign conspiracy", whom the leading spokesmen claim are all supportive of "The Plan" for a "New World Order". The extent to which NA thought has become acceptable is evidenced by the fact that the writings of Alice A. Bailey, the main architect of the Plan, and Helena P. Blavatsky, the "grandmother of New Age", can now be accessed online - complete with outrageous passages about the Jews and Judaism. [My quotes from these two are drawn from these online versions.] New Age "Directories" have been on sale since the early 1970s, and mushroomed in 1975 when the movement received "transmissions" from "the ascended Masters" (their spirit guides) to go public. One such early directory ("International New Consciousness Directory", New Age Media, 1979) contained 10,000 groups (excluding branches) in North America alone. [One can only guess at the number after 20+ years.... so I cannot list more than a representative sample. Many of the entries are from the research of U.S. attorney Constance Cumbey and are listed in her work "The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow".] 

1. There are umbrella groups actively "networking" other smaller organizations into the Plan. Here is a partial list of the older, more established groups: the International Cooperation Council (since changed to Unity in Diversity - a network of 300+ organizations), Lucis Trust (publisher of Alice Bailey's books, once called Lucifer Publishing; also the parent org of World Goodwill), Stanford Research Institute (educational material, including a "New Age Manifesto"), the Lorian Association (headed by David Spangler), Share International (headed by Benjamin Creme), Amnesty International, World Federalists (world politics), The Networking Institute (prominent in the Far East), The New Group of World Servers (social action, founded by Bailey), "Whole Earth catalogs" (environment and nutrition, with esoteric religion thrown in), the First Earth Battalion (US Military), Planetary Citizens (global politics), the Rainbow Coalition (interracial unity), The Temple of Understanding (interfaith dialog, closely connected with the UN), New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine (home to the previous group and others), the Pacific Institute (courses for management). 

Most of the network umbrella groups have some connection with Planetary Initiative for the World We Choose, run by a "World Council of Wise Persons" and/or a "Coordinating Council" [not known if they are the same]. This group publicizes dates of its meetings at the UN, and is not shy about publicizing names of past and present "Wise Persons": Buckminster Fuller, Norman Cousins, Dr. Carlos Romulo, Brooke Newell (once VP of Chase Manhattan Bank), Gerhard Elston (ex-director of Amnesty International), Helen Kramer (Int'l Assoc. of Machinists), Robert Muller (Chancellor, UN University for Peace), Donald Keys (of Planetary Citizens). 

2. Philosophical and/or religious societies [they define themselves as philosophical or educational to avoid legal complications with US constitutional law, but they are religious in nature] which were founded by New Age figures in obedience to spirit-guides, and which teach occult enlightenment through spirit-guides: Arcane School, Seven Rays Institute, Anthroposophy, Waldorf schools, Theosophical Society, Transcendental Meditation, 'A Course in Miracles' (interfaith study group), New Thought courses, Silva Mind Control, New Acropolis, Scientology, to name a few. [Ironically, many of these groups, even those with decidedly racist teachings, have found a ready following in Israel, of all places. See relevant entries in the Missionizing section.] 

3. Prominent individuals who publicly laud(ed) the New World Order described by Bailey include world-class figures (some of whom have since passed away): Willie Brant (German ex-chancellor), Prof. J. Tinbergen (Nobel Prize winner), George Bush (ex-U.S. president), Robert Kennedy (veteran U.S. Senator, former Attorney General), Margaret Mead (anthropologist), Carl Rogers (psychotherapist), Eric Fromm (psychologist), Barbara Marx Hubbard (Democratic nominee for VP in 1984), Robert Muller (former Asst. UN Secretary General), U Thant (Muller's UN boss and mentor), Donald Keys (founder of Planetary Initiative and pivotal UN figure), Aurelio Peccei (founder of the Club of Rome), Isaac Asimov (scientist and sci-fi writer), Alvin Toffler (author of 'Future Shock'), George Christie (founder of Intelsat Consortium of 106 countries), pop singers John Denver and Judy Collins, historians William Irwin Thompson and Theodore Roszak, actress Shirley MacLaine, psychic Edgar Cayce. [Actually, the list is getting so long it would be easier to list those who actively oppose NA goals.] 

4. Aggressive promotion of the New Age agenda, besides through the above organizations, is going on through the following more general groups and activities: Montessori, Greenpeace, Sierra Club, Zero Population Growth, Planned Parenthood, Hunger Project, Voluntary Simplicity, Bread for the World, most disarmament groups, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Club of Rome, Skull and Bones (Yale fraternity), the International Legal Commission (UN consultant), UNESCO (key UN agency), World Council of Churches (ecumenical Christian), Unitarian churches, Bahai and Sufi sects (Moslem), The Door (NYC medical facility), many interfaith dialog projects, most health food stores, the entertainment industry. 

[Note: many well-meaning people participate in these, simply from a desire to further international understanding or make the world a better place. For the innocent souls who have not learned what "planetary initiation" and "global cleansing action" mean to New Agers, a rude awakening is coming, especially if they are Jewish.] 

5. According to Ferguson, governmental groups (U.S.) which have embraced New Age include: the Department of Defense (invited Ferguson as keynote speaker at their annual dinner in 1982, shortly after her book circulated), the National Institute of Mental Health, the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Industrial giants which require their managers to attend New Age seminars: General Motors, AT&T, Chrysler Corporation, several oil companies, Lockheed, Blue Cross-Blue Shield. [Ferguson's list is 20+ years old at this point; we can assume the NA influence to be significantly wider by now.] New Age teaching has entered the school systems through the World Core Curriculum, written by Robert Muller, promoted by the UN, and acknowledged to be based on "the teachings set forth in the books of Alice A Bailey by the Tibetan Teacher, Djwhal Khul." (WCC Manual, Preface) 

How Can Something This Big Function? 
Described by Ferguson ("Aquarian Conspiracy") as the opposite of a beaurocracy, "Its organizational chart would resemble a badly knotted fishnet.... Its center is everywhere.... Its life does not hinge on any one [group or leader]." The networks take the same action, she said, not because they collude together, but because they share the same assumptions. "The shared assumptions are the collusion." (p.217) In other words, they are evidence of design, but not human design. 

NA spokesmen have no anxiety about their movement being sabotaged from within, due to their deliberate structure of the "badly knotted fishnet". Each network is independent of the others and no one organization or leader is indispensable; therefore, anyone causing a PR disaster or deciding to fight the Plan can be eliminated without damaging the network, with others taking over the function. [The Jim Jones Guyana fiasco was a good example: the "Spiritual Community Guide" of 1972 listed his People's Temple as a 'New Age spiritual center'; after the mass suicide, "New Age Magazine" branded him as "a dangerous example of Christian fundamentalism" and he was quietly removed from the Guide. The switch is documented by Cumbey, "Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow", p.60] 

Although it is claimed that New Age has no central core or structure, there are numerous organizational charts, a world center (Findhorn Community in Scotland), and several "holy sites" where "masters" can be found - including Jerusalem [which helps explain world pressure to delegitimize this city as Israel's capital and the seat of Judaism]. NA has its priesthood too, certain spokesmen whose words are received as law. They include: Helena Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Benjamin Creme, David Spangler, Marilyn Ferguson, Mark Satin, Peter LeMesurier, Maharishi Yogi, George Gurdjieff, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, H.G. Wells, Nicholas Roerich, Buckminster Fuller, George Trevelyan. [One of the most popular and influential priests today is Robert Muller, who I consider to be Alice Bailey's direct heir. Keep an eye on him if you want to track new developments in global-level NA.] Certain popular spirit guides being channeled today are taken so seriously that they are hosted at the United Nations, through an unpublicized group called SEAT, the "Society for Enlightenment and Transformation" - these spirits include: Kryon, Lord Maitreya and "The Group" . 

New Age "Bibles" (books studied and meticulously applied) are where one can find detailed New Age goals and instructions. Some of these are: "Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of Wisdom" (Creme), (Bailey) "The Secret Doctrine" (Blavatsky) [Aryan race theory], "Revelation: the Birth of a New Age" (Spangler) [describing the 'Luciferic initiation' as a NA requirement], "The Open Conspiracy, Blueprints for a World Revolution" (Wells) (calls for "destructive criticism of personal-immortality religions"), "The Critical Path" (Fuller) [plans for undermining monotheistic religions by use of computers], "The Armageddon Script" (LeMesurier) (plans to stage a "second coming of Christ" to satisfy Christian expectations), "The New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality" (Muller) (calls for the New Age to begin in 2000, p.186). Other, more ancient books which are studied include "The Aquarian Gospel" (a gnostic work) and the "Urantia" series (source unknown). All of Alice Bailey's works are studied, including "Externalisation of the Hierarchy", "The Rays and the Initiations", "Education in the New Age" and "The Problems of Humanity" [these give information about the Plan for the New World Order, the problem of the Jews and the evils of their G-d]. 

Regardless of claims that the movement has no basic required doctrine, there is no group calling itself "New Age" that does not revere "The Plan" and "The Great Invocation" (the New Age prayer for the Plan's success), both transmitted by Bailey from her 'spirit guide', an entity called "Djwhal Khul" (often shortened these days to "DK"). While the Invocation is marketed as a generic prayer adaptable to all religions and deities, its careful wording has been handed down from Alice Bailey's spirit guide and explained to higher-level initiates as an invitation to the 'Hierarchy of Ascended Masters' to "anchor the Plan on earth" and to return the "ruler of humanity" (Lucifer) to his rightful place at the head of an adoring world. 

The following parts in the series describe in more detail the doctrine supported by New Age leaders in key positions today, its tenets traced back to the writings of Alice Bailey and/or Helena Blavatsky. 






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