RightSide NewsHeidi Swander
"The New Age is upon us and we are witnessing the birth pangs of the new culture and the new civilization. This is now in progress. That which is old and undesirable must go . . . The spirit has gone out of the old faiths and the true spiritual light is transferring itself into a new form which will manifest on Earth eventually as the New World Religion." So said occultist Alice Bailey (1880-1949) while under the influence of her spirit guide, Djwal Khul. As I wrote in an article last March, Bailey and her demonic counterpart actually laid the foundation for the New World Order. The New World Religion piece of that coming global order is advancing successfully on at least three fronts:
In her newest, brilliant documentary, Wide is the Gate: The Emerging New Christianity, Caryl Matrisciana takes great pains to explain the underpinnings of the New Age movement and its progression through the last six or seven decades. As the film explains, the movement continues to morph over time to fit the perceived needs of the masses in order for them to accept the message. In terms of the media, Caryl traces the path from the Beatles' embrace of Transcendental Meditation (and their desire to properly learn it so they could "propagate and sell the idea to everyone") to Oprah Winfrey who, as author and former occultist Johanna Michaelsen explains, "has become one of the main proponents of New Age occult meditation and Eastern mystical techniques."