Admiration for Marx and Lucifer, spiritualist seances evoking Eleanor Roosevelt’s and Gandhi’s voices, friends and advisors among New Age celebrities and jail-served radicals, rituals to Buddha statues – all mixed into a Methodist Christianity… The first female next-president of the US is receptible to the enticing vibrations of the invisible worlds of spirits and magic, anything what would ensure power for her expected new world-transforming role. As we will see further below, during her life she was but often searching for role models and gurus in the wrong places… As the history of her cult-life shows, Mrs. Clinton is quite unable to distinguish the essence from the shiny peel, dark magic from pure spirituality… Is this not a dangerous disposition for one who would once control the planet’s strongest army and that “nuclear button”…?
COMING SOON: HILLARY’S NEW AGE
Many cult-experts agree that the New Age movement, the most stupid, destructive and sacrilegious ideology so far, has its roots in Middle-Age Rosikrucianism, younger Theosophy and at last in the Hippie movement of the sixties. Yet none of these man-made spiritual paths had been ever so profaning and superficial as the New Age movement is: a mixture of worshiping anything and anyone which/who is bearing merely outer signs and symbols of spirituality, while – its main characteristic! – lacking any essence, any logic, any tradition or any divine inspiration.
New Age is not a separate religion: it is an approach, a way of thinking (or rather the lack of it?) , a way of viewing and using the traditional religions and spiritual disciplines (as magic, as art, as a business opportunity) . Thus, New Age had infiltrated nearly all religions and politics, and it is not possible to define its forms and frames… Like the demon Kali after whom our 432 000 years long Kali Yuga (Iron Age) is named, New Age philosophies can take on any form and label, can obsess anyone and infiltrate any community, while slowly dismembering the structure of Dharma, tradition, ethics and divine inspiration, by its profaning and sacrilegious virus, yet invisibly and from inside.
The difference between traditional religions (Hindu Sanatana Dharma, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity etc.) and ancient spiritual paths (Yoga, Vipassana shamanism) and New Age is in their opposing direction and agenda: while religions and meditative disciplines teach us to get rid of the limitations of our bodies and that of the material world and pursue the direction upwards towards Divinity, New Age is pulling down and squeezes Divinity into the narrow dimensions of human mind, ego, physical body (with focus on sexuality and other pleasures) and material world (with focus on fame and money)…
The direction of entirely man-made New Age is thus exactly opposite than the God-given religions and spiritual disciplines, that is New Age directs downward. The predecessor of New Age is already in the Christian Bible (sourced in the Jewish Torah), and is called Lucifer: the one who tried to bring God’s light down to the earth. In New Age the direction of spiritual quest is turned upside down.
New Agists have never a problem selling their new and new fantastic and colorful spiritual theories and techniques, which speak about angels, beings in other planets, “Ascended Masters”, spirits, aliens, drug-induced states, pseudo-shamanism, pseudo-healing. In America New Age had gained influence even in politics. Channeling, fortune telling and modern magic had become part of influencing and financial decisions of the most pragmatically looking leaders.
When I warned my friends about the dangerous receptivity of Hillary Clinton towards New Age style pseudo-Buddhism and guru-worship, they opposed me that the only thing that she, as most politicians are interested in and care about is political power, and she would hardly have the time and needed concentration on some gurus and cults… As we will see below, this is far from the reality. The modern politics of the world is not free of all those mystical and mythological elements, which are already long ago accepted part of the life of company owners and celebrities, many of whom practice Zen Buddhism or Tibetan Buddhism (most well-known is Richard Gere), Scientology, Yoga, etc. Would politicians, who are tightly connected with the rich and influential of their countries, stay behind…?
Below I had collected from the Internet just the most well-known elements of Hillary Clinton’s New Agey activities, and part of these attempts to find a source of power to control the masses had been Marxism, admiration for a Luciferist radical Alinsky, as well as reformist movements inside her native Methodist Church, and friendships with all kinds of obscure and Plutonian personalities. As a cherry on the cake, in recent years she started to visit Buddhist countries and temples inside and outside America, and we should not take lightly the (rather photoshopped) photo montage where she is shown receiving a picture of Ram Bahadur Bomjon, Nepal’s criminally active ‘buddha boy’.
Photo: originally from US-Nepalese Bomjon-supporter Kishore Sherchand‘s Facebook page, see also “Is Hillary Clinton the devotee of Ram Bomjon?”
Note: the photo had been proved fake by commentator Tom under The Ram Bahadur Bomjon Controversy article, who provided a few links to sites showing Mrs. Clinton during a visit of Vietnam, where the original photo looked like this:
The fake photo is thus rather a fruit of wishful thinking of the Nepalese diasapora in the US, concretely those around Sacramento, Oregon etc., where Bomjon-followers are active. Yet thinking about it deeply, it is a dangerous precedence.
Before you allow Mrs. Clinton to hit that “button”, after one of her “inner voices” instructed her, or after a vision in a meditation, you should analyze her personality…
Below I picked up just the most shocking elements, which little people know about her, thus they are still belittling my warnings:
THE GURUS AND CULTS OF MRS. NEXT PRESIDENT
“I defended Hillary publicly when people told me they suspected she was a New Ager. I said, most likely, she and Bill were more engaged in counting votes. When Hillary Clinton was publicly asked if she were a follower of New Age religion, I took her simple “no,” at face value. I was a little more concerned when she, in endorsing World Federalists, lambasted those who said that the leadership was “Luciferic.”
“Evidently, Hillary either did not know that Donald Keys, its former president, was a former administrator of Lucis Trust, working alongside Foster and Alice Bailey. At various times he also was active with the Sri Chinmoy cult of the United Nations, headed the anti-nuclear group SANE, and was the organizer and chief leader of Planetary Citizens and its offshoot, Planetary Initiative for the World We Choose. Donald Keys has strangely vanished from the scene. His internet presence is very tiny indeed. His co-worker and co-author of EARTH AT OMEGA: PASSAGE TO PLANETIZATION was the former Saturday Review editor, Norman Cousins. Cousins wrote that he and Donald Keys had worked on their project for several decades.”
“Over the years, I read scattered reports about Hillary Clinton’s intense sessions with Jean Houston and Catherine Bateson, both names long familiar to me as ardent proponents of New Age psychotechnologies as well as New Age religion. One of the most aggressive New Agers I closely studied is Marianne Williamson. I had unexpected exceptional opportunities to do as she came to Warren in 1998 to head the Unity Church then known as “Church of Today” there. Warren, Michigan had to be a real letdown for one used to being “Minister to the Stars” as New Age superstar Marianne Williamson was. Her Sunday services were televised weekly. Her huge New Age bookstore with curious Buddhist statuary including swastikas, combined with the militant wiccan and pagan magazines, combined with loads of books on the coming “shift” (Shirley Maclaine calls it “Karmageddon), are clues.
IS HILLARY THE HYPNOTIZER OR THE HYPNOTIZED?
“What disturbs me the most about Hillary is that she appears to be one of the hypnotized and may have handed disproportionate power to the hypnotizers. Page 263 of her book, part of the chapter, “Conversations with Eleanor” is revealing of just how much may have been given over to those. What also disturbs me is that some of the pressures she used New Age methods to relieve may have been necessitated by some unfair tactics of those she labeled as participants in “a vast right wing conspiracy.”
I am also told that Hillary Clinton attends a regular Bible Study at the Fellowship Foundation in Washington, D.C. As Fellowship Foundation has at least one interlocking directorate with the Institute of Noetic Sciences, a clearly New Age think tank, I sadly suspect that she will not get direction there either.
Hillary says she is seeking God. I have no reason to doubt her. But she may be looking in some of the wrong places and receiving bad directions. My prayer for Hillary, as well as others caught up in New Age philosophies, especially now that they believe they are about to execute “the shift” which Shirley Maclaine gleefully calls “Karmageddon,” is that she will pray to God for the wisdom which he gives to all men without upbraiding. I also pray that she will use her impressive lawyerly training to examine the evidence – all of the evidence – not just that which Marianne Williamson and Jean Houston choose to present her.”
HILLARY AND BUDDHISM
We can see lots of evidence that Hillary Clinton is preferring Buddhist personalities. That is in most cases quite a fine thing, if this would mean also a deep interest in the teachings of Gautama Buddha, and not just an outer mask to appease voters. Yet nowadays New Agey theories had infiltrated Buddhism as well, and there are countless Buddhist fake gurus and Buddhist “messiahs” who make harm to crowds of people. The Japanese terrorist guru Shoko Asahara was one of them, and his destructive plans even the Dalai Lama was not able to foresee (and posed with Asahara in photos made during repeated meetings). Similarly, the Dalai Lama admitted he was once a follower of the ghost-god Dorje Shugden, of whose worship he later started to strongly criticize as dangerous and harmful for Buddhists, creating a big outrage in Shugden-followers. If the Dalai Lama was not able to recognize the dangerous fake gurus, can Hillary Clinton? Yet, although the Dalai Lama is an unofficial president of the Tibetan Exile and his words are respected worldwide, an US president is still a much bigger responsibility. One mistaken sympathy and one foolish support can be disastrous for the whole planet…
Clinton had chosen Buddhism as the safest populism tool, as all other religions are more oppositional. At least it was long so. Yet picking the slowly radicalizing Buddhism of Burma and Thailand, where it poses as opposition against Muslims, is not the best choice.
(Obama and Clinton in Thailand in 2012) – typical blue “uniform” of Clinton, the same blue color as Bomjon is cladding his spiritual army.
“You’ll see Secretary Clinton walking with President Obama and the abbot of Wat Pho monastery in Bangkok, Thailand at about 55 seconds in. The image is from a 2012 tour of Asia by the President and Secretary of State. … While it would be easy to make too big a deal of it – it is, after all, just one second in a three-minute video – it is still worth remarking that Buddhists around the world have a role to play in global politics. Here in the U.S., Buddhists comprise just 1-2% of the population but can still tilt political scales in some places and reach out to non-Buddhists and broader causes elsewhere.”
HILLARY AND MEDITATION?
Meditation is another fashion item that became profaned by New Age. They call meditation just anything. Even sleep or relaxation, and some call meditation even jumping and shouting and sex (Osho). The same cliches like “God is everywhere” and “everyone is enlightened’ is prevalent also about meditation, as if just anyone could do it any time… Losing its original meaning and ridiculing the traditions which described it as a special and concrete spiritual technique in search for God and/or enlightenment. That is no more valid, for New Agists: “meditation” (at least the thing they call like that) is effortless and its original goal was replaced by a goal of being relaxed for a political meeting or a business negotiation:
“Clinton is featured in the New York Post‘s Page Six, for talking about — yes — how much she values meditation. Quoth HRC, in a conversation with WABC’s Joan Hamburg:
“I haven’t been doing it as regularly as I used to, but . . . [Meditation] has helped me a lot . . . Just slow yourself down, do that deep breathing that can give you a sense of relaxation and groundedness . . . You don’t have to sit with your legs crossed in some quiet room. Literally, you can do it on a plane, or in a car.””
Photo: http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2016/05/06/3775910/hillary-clinton-faith-profile/ – a pro-clintonist page interviewing her about her Christianity. The picture shows Hillary Clinton singing in her Methodist church.
HILLARY AND SPIRITUALISM
Hillary Clinton: Has her faith been influenced by New Age spirituality?
March 21, 2016
“In late 1994, President Clinton and his wife, Hillary, invited a group of popular self-help authors to Camp David to help them find answers after the Democrats’ devastating loss to the Republicans in the 1994 congressional elections.
The names of three attendees leaked to the press, including Anthony Robbins, author of Awaken the Giant Within; Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love; and Stephen R. Covey, author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
The identities of two others were kept secret, but uncovered later by Woodward.
One was Jean Houston, co-director of the Foundation for Mind Research, which studies psychic experience and altered and expanded consciousness. “She was a believer in spirits, mythic and other connections to history and other worlds,” Woodward noted in his book.”
“Houston even compared Hillary to Joan of Arc, and conveyed to her that she had an opportunity to be a transformational figure.
“Houston told Hillary that she would prevail. Hillary was creating a new pattern of possibility for women. She had to hang in there, not give up. Her time would come when she would be in the place and the role that she could really express the fullness of what she was,” Woodward learned, which sounds prescient in light of Mrs. Clinton’s current aspirations for the presidency.”
Spritualist session, Houston asks Hillary to imagine she was Eleanor Roosevelt:
“Regarding the first lady’s controversial role in governing the country, Eleanor reportedly told Hillary, “You know, I thought that would have been solved by now. You’re going to have to just get out there and do it and don’t make any excuses about it.”
Next, Houston asked Hillary to carry on a conversation with Mahatma Gandhi, the foremost leader of the Indian independence movement in British-ruled India. Talk to him, Houston instructed.
“Hillary expressed reverence and respect for Gandhi’s life and works, almost drawing his and her own life together with her words, opening herself up wide…It was a strong personal outpouring — virtual therapy, and unusual in front of a large group.”
Another well-known psychic, Marianne Williamson, participated in some of the sessions, according to Barger.
“Williamson popularized what is really the bread and butter of the New Age movement today, the ‘Course in Miracles’ book.
In 1994 Esquire magazine reported that Hillary Clinton was a devotee of Williamson, that Williamson was spending nights in the Lincoln bedroom, and the pair were staying up late exploring how to heal America.
“Mrs. Clinton did not deny the reports, and neither did her staff. Once the revelations became public, she tried to joke about them and move on, clearly embarrassed, especially politically,” Kengor observes.
Kengor says Hillary was involved in “clairaudient channeling,” which “involves relaxing oneself in either a fully conscious or mildly altered state of consciousness and then listening to one’s ‘inner-self.’”
Another unusual spiritual influence on Hillary Clinton is a leftist rabbi, Michael Lerner, founder of Tikkun magazine.
“Tikkun magazine represents an eccentric, left wing, Jewish-based cult, mixing the Old Testament, medieval cabbala-occult mysticism, and 1960s campus Marxism,” according to Barger.
“He professed the Communist Manifesto was the best thing you could read and that psychedelic drugs were mandatory to find your way. He said, ‘Until you’ve dropped acid, you don’t know what socialism is,’” according to Barger.
Lerner was indicted for a violent assault against the U.S. Federal courthouse in Seattle on February 17, 1970 and spent eight months in jail.
In 1988 the Clintons discovered Lerner and his magazine, Tikkun, and Lerner quickly became a source for Hillary Clinton. He was a frequent guest in the White House and some even labeled him as another guru to the president and the first lady.
A phrase that made her famous, “the politics of meaning,” came from Lerner, from his book called “The Politics of Meaning.”
“So she has Jean Houston and Marianne Williamson and Maya Angelou pushing New Age spirituality and Lerner pushing Marxism to her at the same time and mixing these things together,” Barger observes.
Barger maintains that Lerner’s Tikkun philosophy became the worldview and policy agenda of Hillary Clinton. “It is mystical Marxist socialism. I guarantee that is the worldview of Hillary Clinton to this day.”
“Houston was not Clinton’s spiritualist, but when Clinton was at her lowest — after the 1994 defeat of her healthcare initiative, the Republican takeover of Congress, seemingly interminable investigations and intense vilification — Houston, a pioneer of the human potential movement, was something of a secret emotional life raft for the first lady.
The friendship ended after Bob Woodward revealed in a 1996 book that Houston had helped guide a devastated Hillary Clinton in imaginary conversations with her hero Eleanor Roosevelt.”
“During President Bill Clinton’s first term, Houston and cultural anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson, a friend of Houston, helped Hillary Clinton arrive at a new understanding of the symbolic power of her office and tutored her in what would become her most successful ventures as first lady — a trip to South Asia, her first book, and a speech in Beijing about human rights that many would consider her finest moment.”
“Houston got to know the Clintons at the end of 1994, when they invited a small group of bestselling self-help authors — Marianne Williamson, Anthony Robbins and Stephen R. Covey — to Camp David over New Year’s Eve. Both Bill and Hillary Clinton were reeling from their defeats and searching for a way to get back on track.
It was a time, as Woodward noted in “The Choice,” when Hillary Clinton seemed “jerked around by the muddled role of first lady, as she swung between New Age feminist and national housewife.”
“Houston and Bateson also helped Clinton prepare for her first solo trip as first lady, a visit to Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh in March 1995 that helped soften Clinton’s image, particularly when she was photographed riding an elephant with daughter Chelsea.”
Houston found herself tarred as a “New Age queen” who had conducted “seances” with the first lady. She felt she suffered a tremendous blow to her professional reputation.
“Co-founder with her husband, Robert Masters, of the Foundation for Mind Research, which studied human development and states of consciousness (she was among the few sanctioned LSD researchers in the ’60s), she said she lost income, grants and an opportunity to serve on the board of a Laurance Rockefeller foundation.”
Then Houston told an interesting sentence in this interview: “On Thursday, Clinton attended a fundraiser in Ashland. Houston could have gone but opted to stay home.” Clinon apparently is linked to a fundraising group in ASHLAND, of Oregon state: the very place that the 2015 US “Maitr Puja” of “Maitriya Guru” Ram Bahadur Bomjon had been held in September organized by Bomjon’s long-time worshipper, US-Japanese Andrea Good! In the very city of the very state… A few days later (after the “Maitri Puja”) a tragedy hit Oregon: the Oregon school shooting…
HILLARY AND END OF TIMES/WORLD PROPHECIES
Her possible connections to freemasonry and shamanism? (see pages 33,34, and 74)
Which immoral agenda she claimed was one of her top priorities as Secretary of State? (see page 20)
ADMIRING THE ADMIRER OF SATAN?
During a speech in support of Republican party nominee Donald Trump, the retired neurosurgeon said America should think about whether it wants someone whose mentor Saul Alinsky dedicated his book, “Rules for Radicals” to “Lucifer, the original radical who gained his own kingdom.”
“The secular progressive agenda is antithetical to the principles of the founding of this nation,” Carson said.
Clinton followed the community organizer closely throughout her college career, even dedicating her senior thesis to his left-leaning ideas of political subversion. The Bill Clinton White House later attempted to bury the thesis.
(On http://www.nbcnews.com/id/17388394/#.VubQ-pMrIkg we read: “I got a call from someone at the White House — I don’t remember who — shortly after the inauguration, saying the Clintons had decided not to release her thesis,” professor Alan H. Schechter told MSNBC.com.
“I said, ‘Why? It’s a good thesis.’ I got some mumbo jumbo about how they were beginning to work on health care and she had criticized Sen. Moynihan in the thesis, and didn’t want to alienate him.”
In fact, the thesis from 1969 contains not a negative word about Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the late Democratic senator from New York, and Schechter allows that the real source of fear must have been the subject of the academic paper: Chicago radical organizer Saul Alinsky.
/Hillary’s hidden thesis: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/17388372/ns/politics-decision_08/t/reading-hillary-rodhams-hidden-thesis/ On the College’s website it disappeared: http://www.wellesley.edu/404 …/
After the call from the White House, Wellesley’s president, Nannerl Overholser Keohane, consulted with lawyers and closed access to any thesis written by a U.S. president or first lady, a rule affecting only Hillary D. Rodham’s thesis. Keohane moved on later that year to be president of Duke University, and now is a visiting professor at Princeton, where she teaches political philosophy, leadership and feminist theory. An Arkansan who was eight years ahead of Hillary Rodham at Wellesley, Keohane is a regular contributor to Democratic candidates and to a congressional PAC that gives exclusively to Democrats, including Hillary Clinton.
When MSNBC.com called Keohane last week at Princeton to ask about the thesis, she replied, “I have no memory of this,” and hung up the phone. To give her time to gather her thoughts, MSNBC.com e-mailed questions to her, and she replied, “I do not recall this situation, and cannot help you with this issue. You will need to rely on the people at Wellesley who are more current on this issue than I am.”
Many authors on the long shelf of unsympathetic Clinton biographies have envisioned the thesis as evidence of Marxist or socialist views held by young Hillary — or conversely as proof of her political agnosticism, a lack of any ideology besides a brutal willingness to attack opponents and accumulate power in the Alinsky style.
Barbara Olson, the conservative lawyer and commentator, used an Alinsky quote to open every chapter of her 1999 book, “Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton.” Olson, who died in the Sept. 11 terror attacks, had charged in her book that the thesis was locked away because Clinton “does not want the American people to know the extent to which she internalized and assimilated the beliefs and methods of Saul Alinsky.”
Under Wellesley’s rule, Clinton’s thesis became available to researchers again when the Clintons left the White House in 2001 — available only to those who visit the Wellesley archives. But few have made the trip, and the document’s allure continued to grow.
“Democracy is still a radical idea”
The confident young student took her thesis title — “There Is Only the Fight…” — from T.S. Eliot:
“There is only the fight to recover what has been lost and found and lost again and again.”
She began with a feminist jab at the clichés of male authors: “Although I have no ‘loving wife’ to thank for keeping the children away while I wrote, I do have many friends and teachers who have contributed to the process of thesis-writing.” She thanks particularly “Mr. Alinsky for providing a topic, sharing his time and offering me a job.”
Hillary Diane Rodham already had covered a great deal of ideological territory when she sat down to assess Alinsky’s tactics.
“Alinsky was no mere showman. He was a sometimes brutal seeker of power for others, schooling radicals with maxims such as “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it.”
But at its heart, her mentor says, the Alinsky-socialist-Rodham connection is a falsehood. “My conclusion, she was already thinking in terms of practical politics, what works, what doesn’t, more than on ideology,” Schechter said. “She wouldn’t have paid any attention to whether Alinsky was a Marxist.”)
“Recognize that this is a very famous book, ‘Rules for Radicals,’ and on the dedication page, [author Saul Alinsky] acknowledged Lucifer in an admiring way, saying he’s the original radical who gained his own kingdom,” Carson told CNN.
HILLARY AND WAR
President Putin Warns America: “If It’s Hillary Clinton, It’s War”, May 14, 2016
“To President Putin’s fears that war will be the result if Hillary Clinton is elected as the next US president, this report explains, is based upon her being a war-hawk adherent to the Permanent War Economy the United States instituted in the closing years of World War II to sustain its global economic power, but since its institution, in 1944, has led to the deaths of millions of innocent people the world over and left entire nations in ruin and abject poverty.”