“We have an informal network at the UN,
a humanity underground. It consists of those who are
committed, aware, and striving to bring the New World to birth.”
– Aquarian Age Community
As discussed in various articles on this website the ‘green philosophy’ that is rapidly permeating our society has been fostered since its inception by the Club of Rome (CoR) and its affiliated organizations.
Members of the CoR triad include,
…and many other influential leaders.
In their various reports the CoR clearly outline their ultimate goal to,
“transform humanity into a sustainable global interdependent society, based on respect and reverence for the Earth.”
To briefly recap their stated agenda in their own words:
“Man possesses, for a small moment in his history, the most powerful combination of knowledge, tools, and resources the world has ever known. He has all that is physically necessary to create a totally new form of human society – one that would be built to last for generations.” – The Limits to Growth, a report by The Club of Rome
“Now is the time to draw up a master plan for organic sustainable growth and world development based on global allocation of all finite resources and a new global economic system. Ten or twenty years from today it will probably be too late.” – Mankind at the Turning Point, a report by The Club of Rome
“This proposed new global system is highly interdependent as, in the same manner that the human body assigns different tasks to its various organs, each region is assigned specialized and specific tasks, and is each is dependent on the others for their common survival… The resultant ideal sustainable population is hence more than 500 million but less than one billion.” – Goals for Mankind, a report by The Club of Rome
“In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill.
All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself. Democracy is not a panacea. It cannot organize everything and it is unaware of its own limits.
These facts must be faced squarely. Sacrilegious though this may sound, democracy is no longer well suited for the tasks ahead.” – The First Global Revolution, a report by The Club of Rome
Two of the most influential members of the Club of Rome, Maurice Strong and Robert Muller, have both worked for the United Nations since its inception and risen to the very top of its bureaucracy.
Strong was the first Secretary-General of the UN Environment Programme, Chief Policy Advisor to Kofi Annan, Secretary General of the Rio Earth Summit, co-author of the Earth Charter and co-author of the Kyoto Protocol.
Muller was the co-founder of UNESCO, the Director of the Budget overseeing all the UN’s 32 programs, the Founder and Chancellor UN University for Peace, and Assistant Secretary-General of the UN for 12 years.
Detailed biographies can be read in my article on Gaia’s Gurus During my research into these two men it has become clear that they have permeated the UN with their New Age philosophies based on reverence for the Earth as a sentient being. To accomplish this they have worked closely with various New Age organizations that are officially accredited to the United Nations.
The Lucis Trust
This organization was originally founded in the 1920s by the renowned occultist Alice Bailey under the name of the Lucifer Publishing Company. The Trust is recognized by the United Nations as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and is represented at regular briefing sessions at the UN. The Lucis Trust is also a member of the UN Economic and Social Council.
Interestingly Robert Muller served as the Secretary of this Council for many years. Until recently the Lucis Trust was located at 666 United Nations Plaza and lists its official sponsors as the UN, Greenpeace and Amnesty International.
Alice Bailey claimed to be able to channel a spirit guide called ‘the Tibetan Master Djwhal Khul.
Robert Muller was a disciple of Bailey and in his World Core Curriculum it is explicitly stated that,
“the underlying philosophy upon which the Robert Muller School is based will be found in the teaching set forth in the books of Alice Bailey by the Tibetan teacher Djwhal Khul.”
Bailey taught that the ‘World Spiritual Teacher’ would soon appear and lead the world into the Age of Aquarius and it was the task of her disciples to,
“prepare the way for His imminent appearance.”
“Today there is an increasing expectancy regarding the return of the ‘World Teacher’, the Coming One who will return to lead humanity into a new age and into a heightened consciousness.
In fact, some claim that the Christ has already reappeared in physical form and has been ‘sighted’ in various parts of the world. proclaimed”, either by Himself or by any other individual or group.”
Bailey claimed that this reappearance required intense meditation and the reciting of the Great Invocation.Former UN Sec-Gen Dag Hammarskjold was also a follower of Bailey and he was responsible for the construction of the Meditation Room within the UN building.
Meditation meetings have been held regularly within this room for decades and they open with a recital of Bailey’s Great Invocation:
“From the point of Light within the Mind of God
Let light stream forth into human minds.
Let Light descend on Earth.
From the point of Love within the Heart of God
Let love stream forth into human hearts.
May the Coming One return to Earth.
From the centre where the Will of God is known
Let purpose guide all little human wills –
The purpose which the Masters know and serve.
From the centre which we call the human race
Let the Plan of Love and Light work out
And may it seal the door where evil dwells.
Let Light and Love and Power restore the Plan on Earth.”
Interestingly Robert Muller’s EarthPax site refers to him as an Ascended Master and has a copy of the Great Invocation prominently displayed. Remember this guy was second in charge of the UN for decades and founded many of its most important institutions. Even more interestingly many of the organizations founded by Club of Rome members are in charge of these meditation meetings within the UN! Each year “the United Nations calls upon individual people of goodwill and groups to observe a Global Vigil of Meditation and Prayer.
This year’s Vigil held on September 21st,
“aims to have individuals or groups commit themselves to spend specific 15 minute periods in prayer or meditation for a culture of peace and goodwill. Each 15 minute period begins and ends with a sounding of the Great Invocation.”
The Aquarian Age Community
The AAC was founded by the Lucis Trust and describes its mission as,
“preparing the way for the imminent appearance of the World Spiritual Teacher.”
They are an official consultative NGO in association with the United Nations’ Department of Public Information and their website is sponsored by the UN.
On their website they state:
“We have an informal network at the UN, a humanity underground. It consists of those who are committed, aware, and striving to bring the New World to birth. It consists of people in high places and in low.
The patient Secretary who has been 30 years with the UN, but lives with the vision and the spirit; of the professionals, and undersecretaries and heads of departments who are acting out the imperatives that their own inner vision gives them.
Some few are conscious of the sources of their inspiration; most are not. They are the Karma Yogis of our time – those whose path of spirituality is to achieve through doing – to grow through serving.
They are found not only in the secretariat but also in the delegations to the UN, among the diplomats and their staffs, and also among folks like us, representatives of non-governmental organizations around the UN.”
No doubt the ‘patient Secretary’ refers to Robert Muller who served as Assistant Sec-Gen of the UN for decades, or perhaps Maurice Strong who also served in this position.
The AAC has a startling website that clearly outlines their goals and influence within the UN. Even a brief perusal leaves little doubt of their true agenda.
Articles on their site include:
It would take a hundred pages to analyze all the material on the ACC site so I encourage the reader to take a look at the articles listed above for themselves.
Perhaps the most interesting pages are the minutes from their meetings discussing how they will,
“recognize the World Spiritual Teacher and introduce him to the world.”
Top UN officials attend these meetings!!
“We know these are unprecedented times on our planet and millions within humanity have the opportunity to make a major leap in consciousness.
Involved in the process of planetary initiation is the externalization of the Hierarchy of Masters of Wisdom and the reappearance of the Christed One – the World Spiritual Teacher. Many of us here believe we incarnated at just this time in order to help in the needed preparatory work that must pave the ‘Path of Light’ for these wondrous event…
This sparked the thought of the Earth as our Mother. We are part of the earth mind set, drawing closer and closer to that feminine principle, possibly drawing problems of the entire earth to ourselves.”
The Baha’i and the UN
While researching for this article I have been very surprised at the extent of the involvement of the Baha’i religion in the United Nations.
However, perhaps it is not so surprising when you realize that Maurice Strong is a devout Baha’i and was the leader of the organization in North America. The Baha’i community has, as a duly accredited non-governmental organization, long worked closely with the United Nations, supporting many of its goals and programs, and taking a leadership role in several international gatherings.
Its involvement in the United Nations dates back to the founding of the UN in 1945.
In 1947, the Baha’i communities of the United States and Canada were recognized by the UN Department of Public Information (DPI), and the next year, the Baha’i International Community itself was recognized by the UN as an international non-governmental organization.
In May 1970, they were granted consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), then under the leadership of Robert Muller, allowing for a greater degree of interaction with the Council and its subsidiary bodies.
On their own website the Baha’i boast that their representatives provide leadership in a number of UN-related bodies, including the NGO/Department of Public Information Executive Committee, the Committee of Religious NGOs, the Values Caucus, the Millennium NGO Network for U.N. reform, the Commission on the Status of Women and the Commission on Sustainable Development.
Since then they have also been granted consultative status with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and relationships with the many UN bodies have deepened and expanded over the years.
The Baha’i organization claims to have a close working relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO) and with the United Nations Environment Program. It is also involved in joint activities with UNIFEM and UNICEF as well as many other religious, environmental and social programs within the UN.
The Baha’i spiritual beliefs mirror almost exactly those described by the Lucis Trust and AAC described above.
They too are waiting for the imminent arrival of an ‘Enlightened Being’ who will lead humanity into a ‘new world order’:
“For Baha’is, the term ‘new world order’ has a special and clear-cut meaning. More than 100 years ago, Baha’u’llah invoked the phrase to categorize a future series of momentous changes in the political, social and religious life of the world.
“The signs of impending convulsions and chaos can now be discerned, inasmuch as the prevailing Order appeareth to be lamentably defective,” he wrote.
“Soon will the present-day order be rolled up and a new one spread out in its stead. Baha’is understand that the dramatic changes and transformations we have witnessed over the last century – and which we are continuing to see – have been initiated by the coming of a new Messenger of God and influenced by the breaking light of a new Revelation.”
The Baha’i faith sees the United Nations as the vessel by which the unifying of the world’s religions into one faith will come to fruition. Their plan for the future of our world and the role of the United Nations overseeing a regionalized world mirror almost directly the proposal outlined by Maurice’ Strong Commission on Global Governance.
Baha’i writings state,
“the oneness of humanity implies an organic change in the structure of present-day society, a change such as the world has not yet experienced. It calls for no less than the reconstruction and the demilitarization of the whole civilized world – a world organically unified in all the essential aspects of life, its political machinery, its spiritual aspiration, its trade and finance, its script and language.”
In a statement to the World Summit on Sustainable Development in August 2002, the Baha’i Community wrote,
“despite significant achievements, the United Nations has yet to grasp fully both the constructive role that religion can play in creating a peaceful and prosperous global order, and the destructive impact that religious fanaticism can have on the stability and progress of the world.
The UN must work untiringly to exorcise religious bigotry and superstition from within their faith traditions and renounce claims to religious exclusivity and finality.”
In other words Christianity, Judaism and Islam are forms of religious bigotry that must be exorcised from the world system.
Reform of the United Nations
As discussed in my article entitled A United World the UN is currently considering various proposals to reform the organization.
Perhaps the most interesting, at least to this writer, is the proposal to replace the ten Security Council members with representatives from ten geographical unions.
This concept was first proposed by the Club of Rome in 1974 in their report Mankind at the Turning Point:
“Paths of development, region-specific rather than based on narrow national interests, must be designed to lead to a sustainable balance between the interdependent world-regions and to global harmony.
A ‘horizontal’ restructuring of the world system is needed, i.e., a change in relationships among nations and regions and as far as the “vertical” structure of the world system is concerned, drastic changes in the norm stratum.
Cooperation by definition connotes interdependence. Increasing interdependence between nations and regions must then translate as a decrease in independence.”
Maurice Strong chaired the UN’s Commission on Global Governance and it’s final report clearly stated:
“Regionalism must precede globalism. We foresee a seamless system of governance from local communities, individual states, regional unions and up through to the United Nations itself.
The concept of national sovereignty has been immutable, indeed a sacred principle of international relations. It is a principle which will yield only slowly and reluctantly to the new imperatives of global environmental cooperation.”
While in its present form the United Nations may appear to be an impotent bungling bureaucracy many organizations are anxiously anticipating a new reformed empowered ‘UN version 2.’
The Club of Rome claims that at the right moment it will “bring order out of chaos.”
As I have previously stated this reformed United Nations is likely to rise from the ashes of a major world crisis and will no doubt be lead by a charismatic world leader, perhaps assisted by this ‘World Spiritual Teacher.’
from Green-Agenda Website