In the article, "Architecture of Evil, America and the Luciferian Wars," Paul McGuire reveals that the Tower of Babel was actually an inter-dimensional gateway, a 'star-gate' to use the term employed in the ever-popular Star Trek series. The gateway, or vortex, opened into the spirit world. Professor Stephen Langdon of Oxford University is universally recognized as one of the greatest scholars in his field. Langdon thoroughly analyzed the oldest civilizations of man, these being Sumeria, Assyria and Babylonia and concluded:
"In my opinion the history of the oldest civilizations of man is a rapid decline from monotheism to extreme polytheism and widespread belief in evil spirits. It is in a very true sense the history of the fall of man." ( The Long War Against God, Dr. Henry Morris, p. 293)
The ancients in other words, had turned away from and rebelled against the true, living God, afterwhich they received revelation of the secret knowledge required for opening the gateway, thus allowing evil spirits access to their own dimension.
The Fall of man follows a distinct pattern: indifference to God, rebellion, apostasy, subjection to evil spirits, judgment, death.
Occult spirituality and widespread contact with demons always surfaces at the end of a civilization. It heralded the end of Sumeria, Assyria, Babylonia, Rome and the Mayan and Aztec civilizations. It came at the end of the medieval world and now it has come at the end of the post-Christian West, a social order that is attempting to sustain itself without God the Father Almighty, made glaringly evident by the steep decline in orthodox churches in favor of feel-good, entertainment-based, mushy Christianism:
â€œMost young adults today donâ€™t pray, donâ€™t worship and donâ€™t read the Bible, a major survey by a Christian research firm shows. If the trends continue, â€œthe Millennial generation will see churches closing as quickly as GM dealerships,â€ says Thom Rainer, president of LifeWay Christian Resources. In the groupâ€™s survey of 1,200 18- to 29-year-olds, 72% say theyâ€™re â€œreally more spiritual than religious.â€
"Among the 65% who call themselves Christian, â€œmany are either mushy Christians or Christians in name only,â€ Rainer says. â€œMost are just indifferent. The more precisely you try to measure their Christianity, the fewer you find committed to the faith.â€
â€œ(A) 2007 LifeWay study found seven in 10 Protestants ages 18 to 30, both evangelical and mainline, who went to church regularly in high school said they quit attending by age 23. And 34% of those had not returned, even sporadically, by age 30.â€
â€œWe are on the vergeâ€”-withinn ten yearsâ€”of a major collapse of evangelical Christianityâ€¦â€ â€œThe breakdown will follow the deterioration of the mainline Protestant worldâ€¦.Within two generations, evangelicalism will be a house deserted of its occupantsâ€¦.This collapse will herald the arrival of an anti-Christian chapter of the post-Christian West.â€ (Michael Spencer cited by Buchanan, â€œSuicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025? p. 54) (The Spiritual Death of America
Dr. Carl Raschke, author of "Painted in Black: The Chilling True Story of the Wave of Violence Sweeping Through Our Hometowns," notes with alarm America's downward spiral into the madess of occult spirituality. He points out that the decadence, pornography, mass murders, criminality, the 'new religions,' and Satanism in American culture have certain social and spiritual ties that bind them together, revealing that they are part of a similar spiritual genus. In "Satanism and the Devolution of the 'New Religions,'" Raschke notes that Satanism is so widespread today that there are even U.S. military personnel who are members of secretive Satanist groups.
Raschke concludes that the "upsurge of Satanist practices...must be interpreted not as some kind of odd wrinkle...but as a culminating phase of the "New Age" movement...The Satanist mindset is not "religion" in the regular sense of the word, but a mystification of the most corrupt secular passions and values...Satanism is but the spiritual Frankenstein created by a social order that has attempted to sustain itself without God." (Satanism and Witchcraft: The Occult and the West â€” Part 6, Dr. John Ankerberg and Dr. John Weldon)
The spirit of Satan has now boldly entered our spiritually undiscerning churches. Believing that yoga is merely physical exercise, tens of thousands of spiritually decieved Christians are actually preparing to open themselves to the kundalini spirit:
"All Yoga is Kundalini Yoga: While some people use a specific terminology "Kundalini Yoga" for certain practices, all of Yoga actually leads to the activation of Kundalini. Thus, in a sense, all of Yoga is Kundalini Yoga, regardless of whether you use that specific name. Awakening kundalini and leading it to union with the Absolute is the goal of the Himalayan sages and the path of Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra." (Kundalini Awakening, swamij.com)
The kundalini spirit is at work in the Charismatic church and is even now moving into the Evangelical church. It deceptively disguises itself as traditional Christian contemplative prayer. The mystical techniques Evangelicals are learning are opening the doors and windows of their souls to a kundalini awakening.
During Rome's darkest, most evil hours, early Christians â€” thousands of whom were cut in half, used as human torches, and crucified upside-down â€” nevertheless successfully forced occult/demonic forces underground, thus allowing for Christendom and later on America to arise. But among sensually-contented mushy Christians and like-minded Americans we see very little of the spiritual discernment, undying faith, unfaltering courage, love of Truth, rock-solid conviction, perseverance and will to engage the spiritual war raging all around us.
This being the case, Satan and his legions have upped the ante. On October 27th, 2011, Hunbatz Men, Mayan Daykeeper and Elder Priest of the Mayan Itza Council, and Pedro Pablo Chuc Pech, President of the Mayan Council of Elders, led a group of Mayan Elders on a ceremonial pilgrimage from one coast of the United States to the other. During their pilgrimage the Elders stopped at certain gateways to fulfill a prophecy which states that the time had come to reawaken the Spirit of the North American Continent so that it can reclaim itself as the sacred ground in whose soil would be sown the seeds for the enlightenment of all mankind. The journey began in Manhattan on the 27th of October, 2011 and culminated in Los Angeles on November 11th, 2011. (The Mayen Elders, 13 Crystal Skulls & Their Ceremonial Pilgrimage Across the USA, wakeup-world.com )
In 1901 Christian theologian Herman Blavinck foresaw our own age, an age marked by increasingly fierce spiritual warfare. He warned:
"Unless we are mistaken...the twentieth century...is to witness a gigantic conflict of spirits...More serious and fiercer than ever before, the conflict is between the old and the new worldview."