The Generic Global "PEACE" Plan: Part 2: World Servers
The success of the Plan depends upon the intelligent co-operation of all men and women of goodwill everywhere in the world.
"Men of goodwill who co-operate form part of the New Group of World Servers which is working to implement the Plan.
"The leaders of the New Group of World Servers are those who initiate and carry forward activities which benefit humanity as a whole. These leaders are known by their harmless, constructive and inclusive qualities. "They provide the vision and mould public opinion.
Behind these leaders and the co-operating men of goodwill are the Custodians of the Plan, 'the inner spiritual Government of the Planet.'
"Working in all the main fields of human activity and in all countries everywhere in the world, the New Group of World Servers acts as a synthesising factor within humanity and lays the foundations for right human relations and ultimate world unity.
"The New Group of World Servers needs a more widespread recognition, co-operation and support in its work for humanity. Every one of us, therefore, can share in the action of the New Group of World Servers and in the working out of the Plan."
-- The New Group of World Servers (http://www.lucistrust.org/goodwill/ngws.shtml#new)
The Luciferian Theosophists also have a Plan for World PEACE. This is generically referred to as "the Plan" in their writings. "The Plan" is to be implemented by people designated as "World Servers, as described in the quotation above (and other material on that webpage).
Note the url above. According to New Age researcher and author Constance Cumbey, the Lucifer Publishing Company was organized in 1922 to help disseminate the works of Alice Bailey, and changed their name in 1924 to "the somewhat less obvious 'Lucis Trust.'" (p. 134) Bailey, along with her spirit guide Djwhal Khul gave their "disciples directions for networking and infiltration" (p. 49) for implementing this global Plan. Cumbey explains:
"Time frames were established by the 'masters.' Work was to remain low-profile until 1975 -- when the hitherto secret teachings about the 'New Age Christ' and "hierarchy' could be publicly disseminated by all available media." (The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow, [Huntington House, 1983] p. 50)
Cumbey described the NEW GROUP OF WORLD SERVERS:
"This is a somewhat amorphous organization that was supposedly organized by Alice Bailey in 1925 under the direction of 'the Hierarchy' to serve as the vanguard for the reappearance of 'The Christ' and 'His Great Disciples, the Masters of Wisdom.' According to Benjamin Creme, it has both an inner and outer organization -- the outer organization being conscious of the aims of the NGWS and the inner group merely responsive to 'Hierarchical impression.' …Lucis Trust is one of the organizations cooperating in the work of the New Group of World Servers." (Ibid, p. 195)
A related website, with material of relevance to today's post can be found at http://www.ngws.org. Note the photo of Bono. Particularly take note of the e-zine content.
Obviously, a false "Christ" messiah-type leader can't be brought into the world until a false religion becomes established. The various PEACE plans being floated around the globe all incorporate the idea of "service" to humanity, and a particular form of "inclusivism" which creates a generic faith. The Lucis Trust website disingenuosly described it in the following manner:
"These are the broad generalities governing the conduct of people of goodwill co-operating in and with the work being done by the New Group of World Servers. They can be regarded as the embodiment of the emerging kingdom of God on earth, but it should be remembered that this kingdom is not a Christian kingdom or an earthly government. It is a grouping of all those who–belonging as they do to every world religion and every nation and race and type of political party–are free from the spirit of hatred and separativeness, and who seek to see right conditions established on earth through mutual goodwill among all men everywhere in the world." [emphasis added]
"Goodwill" -- a term used by the Theosophists frequently -- like many occult terms carries hidden meaning. They mean it as their own interpretation of "God's will," and it also carries the connotation of a mechanism to bring about PEACE -- their own version of "peace."
Tamara Harzell, in her groundbreaking online book In the Name of Purpose: Sacrificing Truth at the Altar of Unity, notes the many parallels of the plans for world "PEACE." Chapter 15 particularly focuses on the role of the "World Servers" to implement this "PEACE" Plan. Hartzell quotes Alice Bailey and Djwhal Khul about how this world "peace" will come about:
“True religion will come to be interpreted in terms of the will-to-good and its practical expression, goodwill.” —Alice Bailey & Djwhal Khul7
Goodwill in world service, not belief and obedience of the doctrine of the faith, is this kingdom’s definition of “true religion.” It naturally follows that this kingdom has also altered Christ into a counterfeit that all religions (faiths) can follow as their “example.”
“Christ stood as a symbol and also as an example … and showed us the pattern upon which we should mould our lives.
“The kingdom and the service!…
“We must grasp this; we must realize that we shall find release only in the service of the kingdom. We have been held too long by the dogmas of the past, and there is today a natural revolt against the idea of individual salvation through the blood sacrifice of Christ.… It is essential that today we face the problem of the relation of Christ to the modern world, and dare to see the truth, without any theological bias.… It is quite possible that Christ is far more inclusive than we have been led to believe … We have preached a God of love and have spread a doctrine of hate. We have taught that Christ died to save the world and have endeavored to show that only believers could be saved … But Christ founded a kingdom on earth, wherein all God’s children would have equal opportunity of expressing themselves as sons of the Father. This, many Christians find impossible to accept …
“Individual salvation is surely selfish in its interest and its origin. We must serve in order to be saved, and only can we serve intelligently if we believe in the divinity of all men and also in Christ’s outstanding service to the race. The kingdom is a kingdom of servers, for every saved soul must without compromise join the ranks of those who ceaselessly serve their fellow men.” —Alice Bailey (Emphasis added)8
“Our need today is to see the hidden thread of purpose … This [‘spiritual’] awakening is already here, and the will to good is present. The teaching of Christ … needs only to be rescued from the interpretations of the theologies of the past, and taken at its simple face value, which is an expression of the divinity of man, of his participation in the kingdom which is in process of being brought into recognition, and of his immortality as a citizen of that kingdom. What we are in reality passing through is ‘a religious initiation into the mysteries of Being,’ … and from that we shall emerge with a deepened sense of God immanent in ourselves and in all humanity.…
“The vital need is to return to the simple fundamental instruction which Christ gave, and to learn to love our brother.… It is a love which realizes that the world needs love, and that a spirit of love (which is a spirit of inclusiveness, of tolerance, of wise judgment and farsighted vision) can draw all men together into that outward unity which is based upon a recognized inner relationship.” —Alice Bailey (Emphasis added)9
“When the consciousness which is Christ’s has been awakened in all men, then we shall have peace on earth and goodwill among men.… The expression of our divinity will bring to an end the hatred rampant upon earth and break down all the separating walls which divide man from man, group from group, nation from nation, religion from religion. Where there is goodwill there must be peace; there must be organized activity and a recognition of the Plan of God, for that Plan is synthesis; that Plan is fusion; that Plan is unity and at-one-ment.…
“The realization of this is needed today. Christ in God. God in Christ. Christ in you and Christ in me. This is what will bring into being that one religion which will be the religion of love, of peace on earth, of universal goodwill, of divine understanding, and of the deep recognition of God.” —Alice Bailey (Bold added)10
Lest the reader dismiss all of this as a bunch of New Age wacko nonsense, irrelevant to today's more "enlightened" PEACE plans, we refer the reader to the Chapter 7 Update to Warren Smith's Reinventing Jesus Christ: The New Gospel, now posted online. In this updated section Smith describes how, after the 9/11 crisis, key New Age leaders began to openly push their own Global PEACE Plan. This New Age PEACE Plan is laid out by Neale Donald Walsch who co-founded the Global Renaissance Alliance, recently (and significantly) renamed -- THE PEACE ALLIANCE. Walsch claims to have "conversations" with "God," which he then wrote up in books. Interestingly, the foundation upon which this Global PEACE Plan is built is theological. Walsch's "God" requires that humanity adopt a more inclusive theology that includes "new revelations." Smith explains:
No More Jesus Christ as Saviour?
In the fall of 2002, just one year after September 11th, Neale Donald Walsch released a new book entitled The New Revelations: A Conversation with God. In this book he described how “God” was making it known that world peace could be achieved if all humanity was willing to incorporate certain “new revelation” teachings into their already existing belief systems. Walsch’s “God” stated that if people were open enough, and humble enough to admit that they didn’t have a complete understanding of God – that they needed more information – “new revelations” would then be given to them. Walsch’s “God” made it clear that these “new revelations” would not do away with one’s own particular religion or belief system, but the revelations would be simply “adding to” and “enlarging” the scope of their present beliefs. (2) These revelations would provide a common core of belief to all peoples and religions, helping everyone to understand how the universal acceptance of certain spiritual principles could save the world. “God” had provided Walsch with these “new revelations” and Walsch would now share these revelations with others in his new book.
In New Revelations: A Conversation with God, Neale Donald Walsch explained that “God” was giving the world a last-chance warning. To avoid self-destruction and attain world peace everyone must recognize the divinity of all creation. With this foundational teaching that God was in everything, Walsch then described how “God” was now proposing a “PEACE PLAN.” This PEACE PLAN process would help to unify the world’s various religions and bring peace to the world. Walsch’s “God” described his PEACE PLAN as “The Five Steps to PEACE.” But to avoid conflict and spiritual divisiveness, “God” had one mandatory condition: the PEACE PLAN would make no allowances for anyone calling Jesus Christ their exclusive Lord and Saviour. In The New Revelations Walsch’s “God” emphatically stated:
Yet let me make something clear. The era of the Single Savior is over. (3)
The 5-Step PEACE PLAN
The PEACE PLAN delineated by Walsch’s New Age “God” is a sequential 5-step prayer-like process that encourages people to examine their existing beliefs about God, and to be open enough to accept “new understandings” from God. The PEACE PLAN was obviously patterned after the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-step program. Walsch explained the New Age PEACE PLAN of his “God” in The New Revelations and also posted it on his Conversations with God website:
THE FIVE STEPS TO PEACE
Peace will be attained when we, as human beings…
P ERMIT ourselves to acknowledge that some of our old beliefs about God and about Life are no longer working.
E XPLORE the possibility that there is something we do not understand about God and about Life, the understanding of which could change everything.
A NNOUNCE that we are willing for new understandings of God and Life to now be brought forth, understandings that could produce a new way of life on this planet.
C OURAGEOUSLY examine these new understandings and, if they align with our personal inner truth and knowing, to enlarge our belief system to include them.
E XPRESS our lives as a demonstration of our highest beliefs, rather than as a denial of them. (4)
The clever subtlety of this PEACE PLAN is reminiscent of the serpent’s approach to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. The PEACE PLAN is a slick contemporary version of the original spiritual temptation to believe man is God. It tempts people – especially people with a Christian background – to doubt their sole faith in Jesus Christ and to open themselves up to other beliefs. The Apostle Paul expressed his concern that believers might actually listen to the cunning false teachings of men like Walsch:
But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtilty, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ. (2 Corinthians 11:3)
Walsch’s PEACE PLAN encourages everyone – particularly Christians – to doubt their beliefs. It asks them to consider the possibility that God is providing new beliefs through “new revelations.” These “new revelations” would include the New Age/New Gospel teaching that “we are all one” based on the panentheistic New Age/New Spitituality teaching that God is in everything. And this is exactly what Marianne Williamson, Gary Zukav, Wayne Dyer and other New Age leaders were suggesting in their televised comments after September 11th. Because “bad” things were happening, were Christians suddenly supposed to doubt the teachings of the Bible and open themselves up to the New Age teachings of the New Spirituality? It was all very clever and very predictable. Our spiritual Adversary loves to create a problem so he can then offer his own solution to that problem. His solution in this instance was the ingeniously contrived 5-step spiritual PEACE PLAN.
Using Walsch as his New Age spokesmen, the Adversary was tempting everyone to humbly open themselves up to a new way of thinking that could change the world. But there is a major problem with this suggestion. The proposed PEACE PLAN is predicated on a fundamental disbelief in the authority and reliability of the Holy Bible. And the Bible clearly teaches that doubting God’s Word, and doubting Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour of the world, is not a sign of humility – it is a sign of faithlessness. Furthermore, the proposal by Walsch’s “God” that we measure “new revelations” by our own “personal inner truth” is extremely misleading. We are not to measure any teaching by our own feelings or personal experience. We are to measure everything by the Word of God as contained in His Holy Bible. Walsch’s PEACE PLAN clearly fits the biblical description of a faithless and ungodly “wavering” prayer-like process. The Scripture warns that a person thinking, praying and proceeding in this manner should expect to receive nothing from God.
If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways. (James 1:5-8)
The parallels between the neoevangelial Global PEACE Plan and/or building the kingdom of God on earth and the material cited above seem to be more than purely coincidental. Neoevangelicals are building their PEACE kingdom upon similar doctrines of immanence, inclusivism and new revelations. They are also speaking about "service" to others by building "partnerships" and "collaborations" (what the Luciferians call "cooperation"). They have their hierarchical "masters" in place, the apostles of the New Apostolic Reformation. And they speak disparagingly -- just like the Theosophists (see e-zine at http://www.ngws.org) -- of A.D. 1500, the date of the First Reformation. The New Age leaders may call their "new reformation" a "Global Renaissance," but the connotation is still the same.
"I have not sent these Prophets, yet they ran: I have not spoken to them, yet they prophesied. But if they had stood in My counsel, and had caused My people to hear My words, then they should have turned them from their evil way, and from the evil of their doings." (Jeremiah 23:22)