In the last chapter, I wrote of how the United Nations seeks to inject itself in every economic decision. The United Nations wants to transform the economies of the world into economies where the state is the key player, in keeping with the cosmology of Mystery Babylon where the state and its leaders are worshipped as god on earth. In this chapter, the religious agenda of the United Nations is unveiled.
Roots of the United Nations
After World War 1 and after the fall of the Ottoman Empire, world leaders wanted to set up an international organization to pursue world peace. This was the first attempt by Mystery Babylon to set up a global throne. It failed because the United States of America would not join. After World War 2, the United Nations was established as a second attempt to have a global order.
The United Nations as a spiritual stronghold of evil
The United Nations (UN) was created with a basis in spiritual principles. This chapter will analyze just a few of these links to show that the United Nations is a vehicle for spreading the Hermeticist cosmology of Mystery Babylon. According to the The NGO Committee on Spirituality Values and Global Concerns, The UN was built
“on spiritual principles and universal values such as peace, human rights, human dignity, human worth, justice, respect, good neighbourliness and freedom. Many of the key founders of the UN and those in leadership positions there today also use spirituality and values as a guiding force.
The Dumbarton Oaks Conference, which took place in San Francisco in December 1944, began to address the formation of a United Nations Charter. The key countries that were addressing the UN Charter listed 12 major functions of the UN. One of these functions was to be the seeker of freedom. And, in defining this term, it said that for humans to attain ultimate freedom the UN not only had to promote material growth but also spiritual growth. This spiritual consciousness was behind the formation of the UN and on October 24, 1945 the UN Charter was officially recognized and the United Nations came into being.”126
The United Nations takes a two layered approach to promoting its spirituality. The first layer is ecumenical, claiming respect for all religious values. The key player in this is the United Religions Initiative127. The second layer is a host of organizations that have links to the UN, many of which participated in the Spirit of the United Nations program128. A few of these organizations include The NGO Committee on Spirituality Values and Global Concerns, The Aquarian Community, and the Values Coalition.
United Religions Initiative
The United Religion Initiative was founded to unite various religious traditions “for the benefit of our Earth community.”129 The URI claims to “respect the uniqueness of each tradition, and differences of practice or belief.”130 This ecumenicalism, however, is merely a public face for religious evolution and the promotion of the evolving god of Hermeticism, the religion of Mystery Babylon.
At the heart of URI are their co-operation circles. One such circle, Circle of Healers, posts as their dream “to call forth the God in all being for the highest and best good for all on earth.” 131
The NGO Committee on Spirituality Values and Global Concerns
The NGO Committee on Spirituality Values and Global Concerns is a United Nations committee. Their mission is to incorporate spirituality into themission of the United Nations.
“In order to fulfill the promise of the United Nations to create a more peaceful, just and sustainable world, we support the recognition and acceptance that spirituality and adherence to universal values are key factors in providing solutions to global concerns.”132
One of their key beliefs is the premise that mankind is god. “This committee recognizes the importance of connecting with our divine essence, inner wisdom and the oneness of life. We believe that an increased awareness and application of the importance of a value, spirit and soul conscious dimension at all levels of society particularly at the United Nations will allow for the finest and the highest levels of human potential to flourish for the benefit of all.(as of December 2007) “133
The Aquarian Community
The Aquarian Community is one of the key organizations that has been peddling Hermetic spirituality at the United Nations. The aquarian Community promotes standard Hermeticism, putting forth the belief that part of the godhead separated from the god of heaven, evolved to consciousness, and eventually re-uniting with the divine in heaven.
“Perhaps we have reached a time of cosmic evolution. Little by little, a planetary prayer book is being composed by an increasingly united humanity seeking its oneness, its happiness, its consciousness and its full participation in the continuous process of creation'…Once again, but this time on a universal scale, mankind is seeking no less than its reunion with the 'divine', its transcendence into even higher forms of life.”134
The Aquarian Community makes reference to a group called 'The Hierarchy. These claim to be ascended masters who are supposedly able to channel divine forces. These people are the real rulers of the earth, using the UN to manipulate governments and corporations. The Heirarchy is supposedly channeling divine energies into the United Nations
“In further reference to the U.N., Alice A. Bailey in The Reappearance of the Christ said, 'The Hierarchy is at this time attempting to channel the forces of reconstruction into the Assembly of the United Nations.” 135
The United Nations is being set up to be god on earth, as the nexus between the human and the divine.
“Also in The Reappearance of the Christ it is stated that the one who works to produce at-one-ment, unification and fusion is generating a slowly growing will-to-unity within the Assembly of the United Nations. This being can only channel His energies through the mass consciousness or through a group conscious entity, such as the U.N.”136
126 “The Spiritual History of the United Nations”,
The NGO Committee on Spirituality Values and Global Concerns, 2013,
Retrieved on Jan 20, 2013 from
127 “Preamble, Purpose and Principles”, United Religions Initiative, 1996-2013,
128 Spirit of the United Nations, Oct 27, 2005,
Retrieved on Jan 20, 2013 from <www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/spirit-program.pdf>
PDF brochure contains links to supporting organizations of the United Nations that promote its spiritual agenda. This book analyzes just a few of these links.
129 “Preamble, Purpose and Principles”, United Religions Initiative, 1996-2013,
131 A Circle of Healers, United Religions Initiative,
132 “Vision and Mission”,
NGO Committee on Spirituality, Values, and Global Concerns, 2013,
134 Meditation and The United Nations, The Aquarian Age Community,