Pachamama (the Fertility Godess) Wants Your Children

TruthXChangeDr. Peter Jones

Two years ago, President Evo Morales, of Incan/Aymaran descent, claimed the rights to all three branches of government, and his goons were eliminating opponents in the dead of night. At the time, I was teaching pastors in Cochabamba, Bolivia and so witnessed the rise of indigenous paganism as a political force. In January 2011, Morales introduced legislation that grants legal rights to the Earth and provides an ombudsman to hear nature’s complaints as voiced by the all-knowing high priests of deep ecology, who claim to be spiritually in touch with Nature!

The worship of Pachamama, the fertility Goddess of Nature, is now a fundamental element in the law code of Bolivia, and Morales (in his commitment to Pachamama and to the ancient Incan religion of Bolivia) is supported by a shadow cabinet of shamans, who sacrifice llamas as part of this spirituality.

Bolivia is perhaps the first example of a Marxist state that is religiously, occultically pagan. Is Bolivia a picture of our global future–a spiritual, nature-worshiping collectivist state, where Caesar is Lord? Will ecology be the “power shift” (Van Jones’s words to 10,000 young climate activists—to thunderous applause!) that joins pagan spirituality to coercive politics? An earth-worshiping “green agenda” will open the minds and souls of our youth to the iron grip of Pachamama. As Mary Poppins knew, “Just a spoon full of sugar makes the medicine go down!” Our urgent task is to teach our young people to worship the Creator, not Mother Earth.

You may think me overly sensational. Consider the fact that Bolivia just tabled a treaty at the United Nations, giving “Mother Earth” the same global rights as humans–complete with enforceable laws, by 2014. On April 22, 2011 the UN declared the second International Mother Earth Day, which the White House heralded on Easter weekend in an eight-paragraph statement—while making not one mention of Easter!

The international Pachamama Alliance‘s mission is to “empower indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest to preserve their lands and culture… [and] to bring forth a sustainable world.” Notice the move from the Amazon “rainforests” to “the world.” Van Jones, President Obama’s 2010 “green jobs czar” is a board member of the Pachamama Alliance, which claims a close relationship with the UN Development Program. Clearly, these ideas are circulating in the highest circles of political power. Jones is also a member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which merges ecology, politics and “progressive” spirituality. Other members include the UN’s Maurice Strong, Deepak Chopra, Michael Lerner, Matthew Fox, Stanislav Grof, Jean Houston, Starhawk, Brian Swimme, Richard Tarnas, Neale Donald Walsch, Marianne Williamson and Barbara Marx Hubbard, names known to those who read my books on spiritual One-ism.

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