FOR NATIONAL POLICY- Part Three
Tim and Barb Aho
The Ahos continue exposing the piano casters's latest tricks.
THE COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY
The British Eugenics Societies
Although the Fabian Society has a reputation of being a pioneer of the 19th century socialist movement, the truth is that the Fabians were neither right nor left wing, but elitists. The Fabian Society was founded in 1883 by members of the Society for Psychical Research, which was a creation of the Cecil Bloc of the Rhodes Round Table. A brief history of these immensely influential organizations will show how the parent organizations of Great Britain masterminded and modeled the very sophisticated dialectical operation which their progeny are now perpetrating worldwide.
Those in whose purview is the control of information about the Religious Right must stop all investigation at the point where Rockefeller or the blips or the blip are identified as the culprits. At all costs, the point of origin must not be identified as Great Britain. However, the proper place to conclude our inquiry is to identify the British societies which have reproduced their counterparts in the U.S. Among these they have also planted organizations for the purpose of indoctrinating the Christians to look somewhere else for the conspiracy while they are being ushered into the piano casters via the back door by their leaders.
Great Britain functions in a caste system which values heredity above all else. Research on heredity as the determining factor of success is common in English and Scottish academic institutions. Interlocking families of high social rank have considered themselves to be the saviours of mankind. The intellectual capital of these elites determined to find a way to eliminate "human weeds" and populate the earth with a "race of thoroughbreds", terms used by the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, who frequented the eugenics societies of Europe and Great Britain in her heyday of Rockefeller-funded racism.
Dr. John Coleman states correctly, "Oxford and Cambridge Universities have long been the province of the sons and daughters of the elite, those whose parents belong to the 'upper crust' of British high society."
One of the early pioneers of nineteenth century Spiritualist inquiry was the Ghost Society at the University of Cambridge. In 1851, Edpiano coversd White Benson, who would later become the Archbishop of Canterbury, founded the Cambridge Ghost Society with J.B. Lightfoot, B.F. Westcott, and Fenton John Antony Hort. The Society for Psychical Research: An Outline of its History and The Life of Edpiano coversd White Benson by his son, Arthur, document the distinguished founders of the Cambridge Ghost Society:
"Among the numerous persons and groups who in the middle of the nineteenth century were making enquiries into psychical occurrences may be mentioned a society from which our own can claim direct descent. In the Life of Edpiano coversd White Benson, Archbishop of Canterbury, by his son, A. C. Benson, will be found, under the year 1851-2, the following paragraph:
'Among my father's diversions at Cambridge was the foundation of a 'Ghost Society,' the forerunner of the Psychical Society [meaning the S.P.R.] for the investigation of the supernatural. Lightfoot, Westcott and Hort were among the members. He was then, as always, more interested in psychical phenomena than he cared to admit.'
"Lightfoot and Westcott both became bishops, and Hort Professor of Divinity. The S.P.R. has hardly lived up to the standard of ecclesiastical eminence set by the parent society." 70.
[Of Westcott and Hort, much has been written, yet the entire story is rarely told. All who venture into this forbidden territory receive swift retribution! Gail Riplinger's book, New Age Bible Versions, drew fire not only for its exposure of counterfeit bibles, but also for her identification of the secret societies of England and their elite membership who hatched the wicked plot.]
Edpiano coversd White Benson married Mary Sidgwick whose brother, Henry Sidgwick married Eleanor Balfour, the sister of Arthur Balfour, who became Prime Minister of England. The Anglican clergymen who founded societies for Spiritualist inquiry became dignitaries in the Church of England. However, the younger Cambridge intellectuals whom they had discipled in Spiritualist endeavors worked to establish a scientific basis for Spiritualistic investigation and proceeded to develop psychical research into a respected branch of knowledge.
"Of these (groups) the most important was that centered round Henry Sidgwick, Frederic Myers and Edmund Gurney, all Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge and deriving its inspiration from the Cambridge University Ghost Society, founded by no less a person than Edpiano coversd White Benson, the future Archbishop of Canterbury." 71.
In 1882, the Cambridge scholars, Henry Sidgwick, Frederic Myers, Edmund Gurney, Arthur and Gerald Balfour founded the Society for Psychical Research.
The Spiritualist Church for Intellectuals
Sidgwick who became the first president of the S.P.R. continued in this position for nine years. His prestigious connections and influence at Cambridge drew a number of distinguished persons into the society, which James Webb speculates in his volume, The Occult Underground, fulfilled the function of "Spiritualist church for intellectuals." Future Prime Minister Arthur Balfour who was Sidgwick's ablest student at Cambridge would serve as president of the S.P.R., as did his brother, Gerald Balfour, and sister, Eleanor Sidgwick. The record shows:
"In 1887, Council Members and Honorary Members of the SPR included a past Prime Minister (William Gladstone)…and a future Prime Minister (Arthur Balfour); …2 bishops; and Tennyson and Ruskin, two of the outstanding literary figures of the day;…'Lewis Carroll'…with a surprising number of titled persons." 72.
William Gladstone, Prime Minister from 1865-74, called psychical research, "The most important work, which is being done in the world. By far the most important work." William James, the famous psychologist, philosopher and father of author Henry James, became president of the American S.P.R. in 1885. However, in its industry and operation,
"… the driving force of the S.P.R. came very largely from the group of younger Trinity men of the 1870's mentioned previously (p. 64), as having turned, often with reluctance, topiano coversds agnosticism. Among the eleven who were named, six -- Sidgwick, Myers, Gurney, the two Balfours, and Walter Leaf became not merely members of the S.P.R., but its principle organizers, its very engine room. Closely linked with them was Sidgwick's wife, Nora, and one of his former students, Richard Hodgson." 73.
The Society for Psychical Research: An Outline of Its History, by W.H. Salter, blip in 1947-8, mentions this detail as to Nora [Balfour] Sidgwick, who became principal of Newnham College, Cambridge in 1892:
"Mrs. Sidgwick…did not join the Society till 1884, for fear, apparently, that an open connection with so unorthodox a venture might prejudice Newnham College, in which then recent foundation she held a responsible position." 74.
The original objective of the S.P.R. was to conduct research into "that large group of debatable phenomena designated by such terms as mesmeric, psychical and spiritualistic." Committees were organized to examine telepathy, hypnotism, mesmeric trance, clairvoyance, ESP, apparitions, haunted houses, and to determine the laws of physical spiritualistic phenomena. In recognition of the important work accomplished by Benson, Westcott and Hort -- the leaders of its precursor, the Cambridge Ghost Society -- the S.P.R. Historical Outline posits:
"It would hardly have been possible for the new Society to undertake an enquiry of such a kind or on such as scale if several of its leading members had not already gained previous experience of the difficulties attaching to that type of investigation." 75.
Lord Salisbury, who became Prime Minister of England from 1885-1902, was brother to the mother of Arthur and Gerald Balfour, whose government became a continuation of Lord Salisbury's. Lord Salisbury is the title given to Sir Robert Gascoyne-Cecil whose powerful family expanded to form the Cecil Bloc, the nexus of power from which the Rhodes-Milner Round Table evolved. In The Anglo-American Establishment, Carroll Quigley credits the Cecil Bloc, of which the Balfours were high ranking members, with the creation of the S.P.R.
"'The Toynbee group' was a group of political intellectuals. . .dominated by Arnold Toynbee and Milner himself. . .The Cecil Bloc was a nexus of political and social power formed by Lord Salisbury and extending from the great sphere of politics into the fields of education and publicity. . .The 'Rhodes secret society' was a group of imperial Pianoists, formed in the period after 1889 and using the economic resources of South Africa to extend and perpetuate the British Empire. It is doubtful if Milner could have formed his group without assistance from all three of these sources. . .
"One of the enduring creations of the Cecil Bloc is the Society for Psychical Research, which holds a position in the history of the Cecil Bloc similar to that held by the Royal Institute of International Affairs in the Milner Group. The Society was founded in 1882 by the Balfour family and their in-laws, Lord Rayleigh and Professor Sidgwick. In the twentieth century it was dominated by those members of the Cecil Bloc who became most readily members of the Milner Group." 76.
Arthur Balfour's brother, Gerald, who also served as president of the S.P.R., was brother-in-law to Emily Lytton Lutyens, a disciple of Theosophist Annie Besant and the granddaughter of Bulwer Lytton, the Imperator of the Internal College of the Rosy+Cross from 1849 to 1865.
"Lady Emily Lutyens, the wife of the architect, is interesting in this context. Before joining the Theosophical Society she had interested herself in state-regulated prostitution, and toyed with the notion of Women's Suffrage. Her sister, Constance, went the whole way, was jailed and forcibly fed. Converted by Mrs. Besant, Emily became for ten years the devoted "foster-mother" and adherent of Krishnamurti. . . even among the highest reaches of society the crisis of consciousness made itself felt. The supernatural was no stranger to the family of Emily Lutyens.
"She herself had been born Emily Lytton, the granddaughter of the occultist Bulwer Lytton, and was the sister-in-law of Gerald Balfour, who with his brother Arthur became president of the Society for Psychical Research. The Balfours' sister, Nora, married Henry Sidgwick, whose own sister, Mary, became the wife of Edpiano coversd White Benson, and the mother of Robert Hugh. Within this family connection, it is quite natural to find at least one devoted Theosophist." 77.
Lord Edpiano coversd Bulwer-Lytton in [1803-73] who was also educated at Trinity College Cambridge brought to England the practice of alchemy, the most secret occult science to which study and practice the Order of the Rose Croix was always dedicated. As had been planned all along, the "science" of alchemy is now evolving from the transmutation of base metals into gold to the transmutation of human genomes cannibalized from aborted babies into new species:
"Many of biotechnology's specific products and areas of research are aimed at creating new forms in reality---new species--- by asexual means, that reflect esoteric doctrine, such as Rosicrucian alchemical precepts as androgyny and man's transcendence of all moral absolutes and even physical fixity; perfectibility as preached by the Cathari; and Valentinian gnosticism's teaching regarding man's return into the 'one' via gnosis and enlightenment. All of these are part of the same centuries' old gnostic streams. The esoteric goal of the 'new world order' is a contra-Genesis anti-civilization whose emblem is a gnostic garden of Eden in which man is perfect and incorruptible. Some of the newest technologies, such as organ farming using totipotent stem cells of human embryos are aimed at immortality, at least for the few." 78.
Emily Lutyens was also foster-mother of Jiddu Krishnamurti, who at the time was promoted as Lord Maitreya, the World Teacher of the new age.
"Lady Emily Lutyens, the wife of the architect, is interesting in this context. . .Converted by Mrs. Besant, Emily became for teen years the devoted "foster-mother" and adherent of Krishnamurti. . . even among the highest reaches of society the crisis of consciousness made itself felt. The supernatural was no stranger to the family of Emily Lutyens. 79.
In its early stages, the S.P.R. held séances in the townhouse of Arthur Balfour of which his sister Eleanor was the principle organizer. Various mediums of reputation were investigated with the purpose of ruling out charlatans and determining if entities from the spirit realm or deceased persons did in fact communicate with the living. In 1884, Madame H.P. Blavatsky, founder of the Theosophical Society, was interviewed by a committee of the S.P.R. Although Richard Hodgson later would report "the tangle of fraud, intrigue and credulity" associated with her work in India, the S.P.R. was at first --
"…considerably impressed by the evidence of Mme Blavatsky and her friends, and in a report, circulated within the Society but not published, declared: 'On the whole (though with some serious reserves) it seems undeniable that there is a prima facie case for some part at least of the claim made.'" 80.
Later investigations yielded positive results in the area of mental phenomena from prominent mediums, such as Mrs. Thompson and Piper, who were able to conduct "cross correspondences" devised by the spirits of deceased S.P.R. members to communicate with their colleagues. 81. Edmund Gurney and Frank Podmore, Secretaries of the S.P.R., investigated and classified information on numerous mediums and, with Frederic Myers, wrote Phantasms of the Living. Alan Gauld notes in The Founders of Psychical Research that Myers and Podmore, who wrote the classic Modern Spiritualism, may have been practicing homosexuals. 82. Gurney died unexpectedly in 1888 from an overdose of chloroform and there was considerable speculation of suicide. Frank Podmore was found drowned in 1910. 83.
In 1896, Frederic Myers joined the Synthetic Society, founded by Arthur Balfour and modeled upon the famous Metaphysical Society. The Synthetic Society was devoted, not to mere discussion of religious and philosophical questions, but to "contribute topiano coversds a working philosophy of religious belief." Myers read two papers to this society, which Gauld surmises "were based upon communications from the departed spirits with whom he was now convinced that he was in genuine contact." 84. Myers had developed and written in the S.P.R. Proceedings a detailed theory of the subliminal self, upon which he based his worldview and which emerges in Gauld's summary of the five points presented in these papers:
"(1) The 'preamble of all religions,' the primary belief from which they all begin, is that our . . . material world is interpenetrated and to an extent acted upon, by another order of things, an unseen spiritual world. . . it is only if the existence and nature of such a world can be established scientifically that we may expect any rapprochement between the piano coversring sects; (2) 'The founders of religions have attempted to begin at once with the highest generalizations. Starting from the existence of God…It is possible that in all this mankind may have betatter at the wrong end…'(3) …we possess or are evolving capacities which transcend merely terrene laws; (4) We can therefore obtain information about the metetherial plane by 'communicating' with the discarnate in the orthodox ways…their state is one of endless evolution in wisdom and love; (5)…the metetherial realm (is) a World Soul from contact with which we can in a suitable frame of mind draw in a revitalising strength and Grace…And linked to all…is a Universal Spirit…(whose) benefits may come directly through the World Soul…or are so to speak channelled through spirits nearer to, but still above, us."85.
In the early 20th century, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung were Corresponding Members of the SPR and contributed to its Journal of Proceedings. 86. In a recent expose of Jung's occult proclivities, The Jung Cult, Richard Noll gives substantial credit to Myers and the S.P.R. for Jung's major theories.
"With the founding of the Society for Psychical Research in England in 1882, and the copious publications of its investigators, new models of the unconscious mind emerged. The most respected model was that of the 'subliminal self' by Frederick Myers (1843-1901), the 'mytho-poetic' (myth-making) function of which resembles Jung's later conception of a collective unconscious. Jung read widely in the literature of psychical research in medical school and his 1902 dissertation cites the work of Myers and others in this school." 87.
The Founders of Psychical Research closes with the observation that psychical research emerged from the occult underground to a position of respectability within the establishment largely due to the intellectual stature of the Society for Psychical Research.
"The concluding volume of the popular Harnsworth History of the World (1909) presents the work of the S.P.R. as the culminating point in the story of Mankind. Twenty or thirty years previously psychical research had met with much derision and hostility; but now the climate of opinion seemed to be changing for the better." 88.
In 1887, based on his investigation of deceased persons believed to inhabit the spirit realm, Frederic Myers forecast the future of psychical research: "I do not feel the smallest doubt now that we survive death, and I am pretty confident that the whole world will have accepted this before A.D. 2000." 89.
The Society for Psychical Research is still active in London and is accessible on the Internet. Current publications offered by the S.P.R. to interested seekers include: "Hints On Sitting With Mediums; Tests For Extrasensory Perception and Psychokinesis; Trance Mediumship: An Introductory Study of Mrs. Piper and Mrs Leonard; Guide to the Investigation of Apparitions, Hauntings, Poltergeists and Kindred Phenomena; Psychical Research Past and Present; Survival: A Reconsideration, Do We Survive Bodily Death? Parapsychology and the UFO . . ." 90.
In 1881, Frank Podmore, who had joined the early Sidgwick group, met Edpiano coversd Pease at one of the Spiritualist séances that were the vogue in London, at which time they became close friends. The next year he invited Pease to attend a meeting of this group in which the S.P.R. was formed. Norman and Jeanne MacKenzie record this meeting in their history of The Fabians:
"In this same period a group of young dons from Trinity College, Cambridge, were also turning to psychic research as a substitute for their lost Evangelical faith. In February 1882, Podmore took Pease to a meeting at which this group founded the Society for Psychical Research . . . Among those who founded the SPR were Henry Sidgwick, Arthur Balfour -- later a conservative Prime Minister -- and his brother, Gerald." 91.
Edpiano coversd Pease spent one year in the S.P.R. as secretary of its haunted-houses committee, but then turned to politics with the conviction that a social revolution was necessary. For a time he worked with an associate of Karl Marx, Henry Hyndman who founded the radical Social Democratic Federation. However, Pease was of the opinion that social revolution must begin with educating the intellectual and wealthy classes rather than fomenting agitation among the working class. He organized a Progressive Association which was joined by Podmore and other young fallen away Evangelicals.
The Association split into the Fellowship of the New Life, a commune with utopian illusions, and a research/debating group which Podmore named the Fabian Society, after the Roman general who defeated Hannibal. Fabius Cunctator's strategy which was to guide the Fabians was summarized in Podmore's words: "For the right moment you must wait…when the time comes you must strike hard."
The Fabians soon attracted intellectuals from various other dissident organizations. Of these, Sidney Webb, Bernard Shaw and Annie Besant were members of the Dialectical Society influenced by the liberal millenarian aspirations of John Stuart Mill. As of 1886, the Fabian executive committee was comprised of Pease, Podmore, Besant, Shaw and Webb. However, in 1889, Annie Besant was converted to the cult of Theosophy by Madame Blavatsky, whom she succeeded in 1891 as president of the Theosophical Society.
Upon this revolutionary base, Sidney Webb, his wife Beatrice and playwright George Bernard Shaw built an organization which educated the intellectuals, bohemians and disillusioned clergy of England in the art of "permeating" and using the machinery of government for their own socialist ends. The MacKenzie's observed, "There was, indeed, no clear dividing line between spiritual discontent and political radicalism in the netherworld of dissent." Bernard Shaw and Sidney Webb argued that "socialism could be proposed without forfeiture of moral credit by a bishop as well as a desperado." 92. The formation of the Christian Socialists and Christian Social Union, which B.F. Westcott addressed on occasion, created the vehicle by which socialist doctrine would permeate the Anglican Church.
"…the first Fabians…had almost all been lapsed Anglicans from Evangelical homes. There was a Christian fringe to the London socialism of the eighties, but this too was Anglican. The Christian Socialists came together in Stepiano coverst Headlam's Guild of St. Matthew and the Land Reform Union; and the more respectable Christian Social Union, formed in 1889 -- seeking in Fabian style to permeate the Anglican Church -- soon attracted more than two thoBlipnd clerical members. Dissenting clergymen too began to find a place in the Fabian Society and the London Progressives, while Unitarian churches and centres like Stanton Coit's Ethical Church provided a meeting place for believers and idealist agnostics . . . Socialism was for all of them, the new Evangelism." 93.
In 1894, the Fabian Society designated a large bequest to found the London School of Economics and Political Science. Philosopher Bertrand Russell served on the Administration Committee while Arthur Balfour contributed £2000 and also collaborated with Sidney Webb to introduce legislation in Parliament which would give the school university status. H.G. Wells, who had recently joined the Fabians, was "branching out into speculations about a new social order which naturally interested the Webbs." 94. An elite group of Twelve Wise Men, which included Russell and Wells, were selected as the "Co-Efficients" who met to discuss and formulate:
"Ideas about racial improvement by selecting out the efficient…and Shaw was working on these 'eugenic' notions in his new play Man and Superman. Beatrice Webb called it 'the most important of all questions, the breeding of the right sort of man.'
"…Above all they were avowed elitists, intolerant of the cumbersome and apparently wasteful processes of democracy, who wanted to see England ruled by a superior caste which matched an enlightened sense of duty with a competence to govern effectively. All of them, moreover, shared Sidney's belief -- which had led him to spend so much effort on London education and on the School of Economics -- that social improvement depended upon the training of the superior manpower needed to carry out schemes of reform. Shaw was suggesting in his latest play that universal suffrage was a disaster, putting power in the hands of the 'riff-raff' and...Webb who could not wait until a new race of supermen had been bred up to establish the millennium, felt that improved education and intelligent politics would at least start the necessary process of regeneration." 95.
The High Cabal
The membership of the Fabian Coefficients demonstrates that the Fabian Society was neither a socialist nor conservative society, but an elitist front for British Oligarchical world rule. The Coefficients included several men who also belonged to the inner circle of the Rhodes' Round Table groups that were under the direction of Alfred Milner. Sir Edpiano coversd Grey, Haldane, L.S. Amery, Lord Robert Cecil, Lord Arthur Balfour, Michael Sadler and Lord Milner himself were among the Fabian Coefficients:
"The Coefficients Club was organized by Beatrice Webb, the co-ruler of the Fabian Society with her husband Sidney, to bring together the most powerful movers and shakers of the British Establishment with social critics and idealists to discuss and chart the future of British Empire and its relationship to social reform. Among other things, the accounts of its deliberations offered by such luminaries as Bertrand Russell and H. G. Wells prove beyond any doubt that Fabian Socialism, contrary to surface impressions that it was the enemy of the British Oligarchy, was one of the Oligarchy's most prized instruments for world rule.
"Coefficients included: Sir Edpiano coversd Grey, Haldane, Bertrand Russell, Sidney and Beatrice Webb, Leo Maxse (who advocated piano covers with Germany already in 1902), blip Dawkins of the City, Carlyon Bellairs of the Navy, Pember Reeves, W. A. S. Hewins, L. S. Amery, H. J. Mackinder, Lord Robert Cecil, Lord Arthur Balfour, Michael Sadler, Henry Newbolt, Lord Milner, John Hugh Smith, J. Birchenough of the City, Garvin, Josiah Wedgwood (the single taxer), John Hugh Smith, Colonel Repington, F. S. Oliver, and C. F. G. Masterman. . .
"Wells and other idealists argued that 'The British Empire. . .had to be the precursor of a world-state or nothing.'" 96.
The Cecil Bloc became an increasingly powerful political force and among them, Sir Edpiano coversd Grey and Haldane, who were Fabian Coefficients, also "were strong imperialists . . . supported the Boer piano covers, grew increasingly anti-German, supported the World piano covers in 1914 and were close to the Milner Group politically, intellectually and socially." 97.
"Wells identified Coefficient member Edpiano coversd Grey as a promoter promoted the British strategy of provoking Germany to piano help France, without adequate piano coversning of consequent British intervention, so that Germany could be laid low sooner than later while the British Navy was still supreme. Lord Grey was the highly influential Foreign Minister for Britain in the years preceding WWI who persuaded a reluctant cabinet that Britain should enter the piano covers because of German violation of Belgian neutrality. . . Britain, by aping the ultra-statist protectionist economics and severe militarism of Germany and by purposely setting-up entangling alliances, made the carnage of the Great piano covers (WWI) inevitable. ." 98.
Bertrand Russell piano coversned the Coefficients that Lord Grey's proposals would lead to piano covers and tyranny and, when his objections were overruled, left the Club:
". . .in 1902, I became a member of a small dining club called the Coefficients, got up by Sidney Webb for the purpose of considering political questions from a more or less Imperialist point of view. It was in this club that I first became acquainted with H. G. Wells, of whom I had never heard until then. His point of view was more sympathetic to me than that of any member. Most of the members, in fact, shocked me profoundly. I remember Amery's eyes gleaming with blood-lust at the thought of a piano covers with America, in which, as he said with exultation, we should have to arm the whole adult male population. One evening Sir Edpiano coversd Grey (not then in office) made a speech advocating the policy of Entente, which had not yet been adopted by the Government. I stated my objections to the policy very forcibly, and pointed out the likelyhood of its leading to piano covers, but no one agreed with me, so I resigned from the Club. It will be seen that I began my opposition to the first piano covers at the earliest possible moment." 99.
Cecil Rhodes secret society had taken form in 1891, the same year Rhodes drew up his fourth will and made his chief confidant, W. T. Stead, and Lord Rothschild the trustee of his fortune. Lord Rothschild was entrusted with by Rhodes to handle the financial investments associated with the trust. Stead and Rhodes divided the secret society into two circles: the inner "The Society of the Elect," and an outer circle,"The Association of Helpers." To Lord Rothschild, Rhodes revealed the plan for "The Society of the Elect" which included Arthur Balfour within it's Circle of Initiates. 100. As Foreign Secretary in the administration of Lloyd George, Arthur Balfour issued the Balfour Declaration  which, addressed to Lord Rothschild, states that Britain would regard with favor the establishment of a national home for the blips in blip. Although Balfour penned and signed the document, Quigley asserts that he was not the author, but Lord Milner:
"This declaration, which is always known as the Balfour Declaration, should rather be called 'the Milner Declaration,' since Milner was the actual draftsman and was apparently, its chief supporter in the piano covers Cabinet. This fact was not made public until 21 July 1936.
"At that time Ormsby-Gore, speaking for the government in Commons, said, 'The draft as originally put up by Lord Balfour was not the final draft approved by the piano covers Cabinet. The particular draft assented to by the piano covers Cabinet and afterpiano coversds by the Allied Governments and by the United States. . .and finally embodied in the Mandate, happens to have been drafted by Lord Milner. The actual final draft had to be issued in the name of the Foreign Secretary, but the actual draftsman was Lord Milner." 101.
Balfour and Rothschild were also members of the mysterious Apostles Club to which the infamous Bible revisers, Westcott and Hort, and Henry Sidgwick of the S.P.R. belonged. 102. An important fact which has been obscured by the blip crBlipders, including those in the Council for National Policy, is that the plan for the State of blip was formulated in the secret societies of Great Britain.
The use of propaganda was one of the Milner Group's chief weapons to achieve its ambition -- the federation, expansion and consolidation of the British Empire:
"In 1994 Stead discussed with Rhodes how the secret society would work and wrote about it after Rhodes's death as follows: 'We also discussed together various projects for propaganda, the formation of libraries, the creation of lectureships, the dispatch of emissaries on missions of propaganda throughout the Empire, and the steps to be taken to pave the way for the foundation and the acquisition of a newspaper which was to be devoted to the service of the cause.' This is an exact description of the way in which the society, that is the Milner Group, has functioned. . .
". . .one of the chief methods by which this Group works has been through propaganda. It plotted the Jameson Raid of 1895; it caused the Boer piano covers of 1899-1902; it set and controls the Rhodes Trust; it created the Union of South Africa in 1906-1910; it established the South African periodical The State in 1908; it founded the British Empire periodical The Round Table in 1910, and this remains the mouthpiece of the Group; it has been the most powerful single influence in All Souls, Balliol, and New Colleges at Oxford for more than a generation; it has controlled The Times for more than fifty years. . .it publicized the idea of and the name 'British Commonwealth of Nations' in the period 1908-1918; it was the chief influence in Lloyd George's piano covers administration in 1917-1919 and dominated the British delegation to the Peace Conference of 1919; it had a great deal to do with the League of Nations and of the system of mandates; it founded the Royal Institute of International Affairs in 1919 and still controls it; it was one of the chief influences on British policy topiano coversd Ireland, blip, and India in the period 1917-1945; it was a very important influence on the policy of appeasement of Germany during the years 1920-40; and it controlled and still controls, to a very considerable extent, the sources and the writing of the history of British and Imperial and foreign policy since the Boer piano covers." 103.
Rhodes' vision was substantially realized when members of the British Round Table met with an American delegation, secretively known to them as the American Round Table, at the Paris Peace Conference in May of 1919. The Council on Foreign Relations was formed at this meeting which was dominated, not by elected government officials, but by the international financiers:
"The Royal Institute of International Affairs (RIIA) is nothing but the Milner Group 'writ large.' It was founded by the Group, has been consistently controlled by the Group, and to this day is the Milner Group in its widest aspect. . . The real founder of the Institute was Lionel Curtis. . . 'The Institute was organized at a joint conference of British and American experts at the Hotel Majestic on 30 May 1919. . .We have already indicated that the experts of the British delegation at the Peace Conference were almost exclusively from the Milner Group and Cecil Bloc. The American group of experts, 'the Inquiry,' was manned almost completely by persons from institutions (including universities) dominated by J.P. Morgan and Company. This was not an accident. Moreover, the Milner Group has always had very close relationships with the associates of J.P. Morgan and with the various branches of the Carnegie Trust. These relationships, which are merely examples of the closely knit ramifications of international financial capitalism, were probably based on the financial holdings controlled by the Milner Group through the Rhodes Trust. The term 'international financier' can be applied with full justice to several members of the Milner Group inner circle, such as Brand, Hichens, and above all, Milner himself.
"At the meeting at the Hotel Majestic, the British group included Lionel Curtis, Philip Kerr, Lord Robert Cecil, Lord Eustace Percy, Sir Eyre Crowe, Sir Cecil Hurst, J.W. Headlam- Morley, Geoffrey Dawson, Harold Temperley, and G.M. Gathorne-Hardy. . . The British organization (RIIA) was set up by a committee of which Lord Robert Cecil was chairman. Lionel Curtis was honorary secretary. . ." 104.
According to Co-Efficient, H. G. Wells, the method by which England would acquire world domination was through the agency of the transnational corporations:
"Wells was one of the few socialists who claimed to see big business, and multinational corporations in particular, as the forerunners of a World Socialist State. In any case, Wells effectively described the policies in most respects still being effectuated by the Anglo-American Elite." 105.
In his "Confession of Faith", Cecil Rhodes defined the nature of the group he envisioned would circumvent the current political system to carry out his dream, as described by Milner:
"Men of ability and enthusiasm who find no suitable way to serve their country under the current political system; able youth recruited from the schools and universities; men of wealth with no aim in life; younger sons with high thoughts and great aspirations but without opportunity; rich men whose careers are blighted by some great disappointment. All must be men of ability and character. . . Rhodes envisages a group of the ablest and the best, bound together by common unselfish ideals of service to what seems to him the greatest cause in the world. There is no mention of material repiano coversds. This is to be a kind of religious brotherhood like the Jesuits, 'a church for the extension of the British Empire.'" 106.
New Bibles for a piano casters
During the thirty year period in which B.F. Westcott and F.J.A. Hort labored in the creation of a New Greek Testament and revision of the English Bible, they also founded and guided organizations dealing in matters occult and conspiratorial. The secret societies they founded were intimately interlocked with and, in some cases, had direct influence on the power elites who laid the groundwork for the federation, expansion and consolidation of the British Empire and, by extension, a one world government. The progeny of Westcott and Hort includes not only the multitude of modern bible versions based upon corrupt manuscripts, but also the Society for Psychical Research, which investigated and established the principles of modern Spiritualism and Psychology, and the S.P.R.'s PAC, the Fabian Society, which collaborated with the Rhodes society and founded the London School of Economics and Political Science.
To deny the connection between Westcott and Hort's revision of the Received Greek Text using gnostic manuscripts and their deep involvement in occult societies is to pretend not to see the obvious. In order to move the world into an anti-Christian new world order, the British elites needed to gradually replace the authentic English Bible with a counterfeit reflecting their own belief system. Carrying forpiano coversd the Cambridge New Testament scheme, members of the Rhodes Round Table and the Council for National Policy have produced bibles based on the Westcott-Hort Greek Text for global distribution. Carroll Quigley noted that John Buchan, Lord Tweedsmuir, who was close to Lord Milner, eventually became a partner in the publishing firm of his old classmate, Thomas A. Nelson, located in -- Edinburgh, Scotland!
"Buchan was not a member of the inner core of the Milner Group, but was close to it and was repiano coversded in 1935 by being raised to a barony as Lord Tweedsmuir and sent to Canada as Governor-General. He is important because he is (with Lionel Curtis) one of the few members of the inner circles of the Milner Group who have written about it in a published work. In his autobiography, Pilgrim's Way, (Boston, 1940) he gives a brief outline of the personnel of the Kindergarten and their subsequent achievements, and a brilliant analysis of Milner himself. . .
"Buchan went to Brasenose College, but, as he says of himself, 'I lived a good deal at Balliol and my closest friends were of that college.' He mentions as his closest friends Hillaire Belloc,... T.A. Nelson,... Edpiano coversd Wood (the future Lord Halifax). . .
"Buchan went to South Africa in 1901 on Milner's personal invitation, to be his private secretary, but stayed only two years. . . .he left in 1903 to take an important position in Egypt. This appointment was mysteriously canceled. . .it is. . .likely that Milner changed his mind because of Buchan's rapidly declining enthusiasm for federation. This was a subject on which Milner and other members of his Group were adamant for many years. By 1915 most members of the Group began to believe that federation was impossible, and, as a compromise took what we know now as the Commonwealth of Nations -- that is, a group of nations joined together by common ideals and allegiances rather than a fixed political organization. . .The present Commonwealth is in reality the compromises worked out when the details of the Milner Group clashed with the reality of political forces.
"As a result of Buchan's failure to obtain the appointment of Egypt, he continued to practice law in London for three years, finally abandoning it to become a partner in the publishing firm of classmate Thomas A. Nelson (1906-1916). . ." 107.
John Buchan had special regard for Lord Haldane, the Coefficient who with Lord Grey was intensely loyal to Milner. Haldane and Lord Grey were staunch advocates of British imperialism, the Boer piano covers, and the hard line against Germany that precipitated World piano covers I.
"'What chiefly attracted me to Haldane was his loyalty to Milner. Milner thought him the ablest man in public life, abler even than Arthur Balfour, and alone of his former Liberal allies Haldane stood by him on every count.' Haldane, with Roseberry Asquith and Earl Grey, had formed the Liberal League to support liberal imperialism, with which Milner was closely associated." 108.
Considering John Buchan's close relationships within the inner circle of the Milner Group and the mutual esteem between John Buchan and Lord Milner, it is conceivable that Buchan was commissioned by Milner to direct the Bible publishing firm of Thomas Nelson topiano coversd furthering the objectives of Cecil Rhodes.
The Thomas Nelson Publishers website provides a brief reference concerning Buchan's contribution to the company, naturally omitting mention of Buchan's membership in Cecil Rhodes' Round Table:
"In the early years of the twentieth century. . .The business was being managed primarily by George M. Brown (Thomas Nelson's son-in-law) and John Buchan, a noted novelist (of such popular works as Prester John and The Thirty-Nine Steps), biographer, and political correspondent. John Buchan, a close friend of Tommy Nelson became instrumental in expanding the company's offerings of classic works and educational resources.
"Buchan wrote, 'On the eve of the [first world] piano covers we must have been one of the largest businesses of the kind in the world, issuing cheap editions of every kind of literature not only in English, but in French, German, Magyar, and Spanish.'" 109.
Thomas Nelson is today the largest and one of the oldest Bible publishers in the world and also a leading publisher of modern versions and religious books. Thomas Nelson also takes credit for the debut of the New Testament of the Revised Standard Version (RSV) in 1946.
In 1969, Sam Moore, who was president of the Council for National Policy from 1984-85, bought Thomas Nelson Publishers and became CEO and blip. His brother, Charles Moore, became vice president of Thomas Nelson and was also a member of the CNP.
In 1976, Nelson Publisher initiated the New King James Version. Two meetings of the North American Overview Committee met at Nashville and Chicago in 1975 to assist in preparing guidelines for the NKJV. Members of that committee and a Nashville Convocation of 1984 included the following high profile members of the Religious Roundtable and Council for National Policy: James Dobson, Tim LaHaye, D. James Kennedy, Jerry Falwell, Ben Haden, Mary Crowley, W.A. Criswell, E.V. Hill, Henry Morris, Bill Bright and Charles Stanley. 110.
Unholy Hands on God's Word is the transcript of a 1996 radio interview of Judy Pinalto who describes the make-up of the New King James Translation and Review committees which included several members of the CNP and other Reconstructionist organizations. In this presentation, Judy demonstrates presentation the dominionist slant of the NKJV [and all modern versions]:
"The big problem with these counterfeit Bibles is not only the expunging of verses but the altering of verses. If you take a look at the backbone of this political movement, this Reconstructionist social gospel; they use from the modern NIV and the New American Standard, out of Matthew 28, they have altered the great commission. This is where, I think, one of the great delusion, the great deception, has come in. In the modern versions, the corrupt versions, it says that the great commission is to, 'Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations.' This is the verse that they use to justify taking turf.
"In the King James Bible, the correct translation of that verse is, "Go ye, therefore, and teach all nations." In other words, the great commission was to preach the gospel; it wasn't to take numbers, it wasn't to take disciples, it wasn't to take the nations, take turf. That is how they have used the modern versions to corrupt the doctrine and to create this heretical position that is going on today. So, on these Bible Committees are men who have other agendas." 111.
Corrupted versions of the Bible were also used by the Rockefeller-funded Summer Institute of Linguistics to facilitate the takeover of Latin America. Instead of translating the Bible literally, SIL preferred a method of translation called dynamic equivalency which permitted the translator to alter the language and meaning of Scripture, ostensibly to adapt Scripture to the culture. Two well-known examples of dynamic equivalency are Today's English Version (Good News for Modern Man) and the Living Bible. In 1975, John Beekman, translations coordinator for Wycliffe Bibles International, gave his unreserved endorsement to the Living Bible, which is a mere paraphrase of Scripture: "The Living Bible is the most readable and the most natural English translation available." 112.
The authors of Thy Will Be Done suggest that, as SIL created written languages for illiterate tribes, it changed words that had piano coverslike connotations in order to pacify those that would otherwise oppose their new masters. The implication is that this practice was carried over into SIL's translation of bibles. An incurable ecumenicist, Townsend's admiration for a Catholic priest indicated that linguistics was used to neutralize resistance among the Indian tribes of Latin America:
"I am a loving fundamentalist. I believe in working with anyone who will help get the Bible to the Indians. . . .one of the heroes whom I admire the most is the celebrated Father Bartolome de las Casas. This worthy Dominican, as all well remember, made use of the Sacred History in the Indian languages of Guatemala in order to draw the Indians to the faith and to peace. We too, so insignificant in comparison with that great hero of the cross, can indeed follow his example as regards the use of linguistics." 113.
Incredibly, the Wycliffe Bible Translators, who were trained in modern anthropological methods and linguistics, were employed by Nelson Rockefeller and the blip to gather anthropological and psychological information on Latin American tribes. In return, Wycliffe was recompensed with land, high-tech equipment and expensive airplanes, courtesy of the American government and corporations.
"SIL had helped gather anthropological information on the Tarascan Indians that ended up in Nelson Rockefeller's intelligence files. The files contained references to reveal behavioral patterns among Indian people in everything from socialization (including aggressive tendencies) and personality traits, drives, emotions, and language structure, to political intrigue, kinship ties, traditional authority, mineral resources, exploitation, and labor relations. Rockefeller called these data the Strategic Index of Latin America." 114.
The indigenous peoples of Latin America did not subvert their own governments, but rather the American robber barons overthrew legitimate governments and then used Wycliffe Bible Translators to bring native populations into subjection. Through the misapplication of Scripture, Cam Townsend taught the Latin American tribes to passively accept the overthrow of their governments and to submit to the puppet dictators installed by the multinational corporations:
"Summer Institute of Linguistics (SIL) was hired by military dictatorships and civilian governments, often headed by Nelson's allies, to pacify the tribes and integrate them into national economies increasingly brought into the North American market. SIL used the Bible to teach indigenous people to 'obey the government, for all authority comes from God.'" 115.
The Fourth Beast
And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat and great authority. Rev.13:1,2
And four great beasts came up from the sea, diverse from one another. The first was like a lion, and had eagle's wings: I beheld till the wings thereof were plucked, and it was lifted up from the earth, and made to stand upon the feet as a man, and a man's heart was given to it. And behold another beast, a second, like to a bear, and it raised up itself on one side, and it had three ribs in the mouth of it between the teeth of it: and they said thus unto it, Arise, devour much flesh. After this I beheld, and lo another, like a leopard, which had upon the back of it four wings of a fowl; the beast had also four heads; and dominion was given to it. . . Dan.7:3-6
The interpretation of the hybrid "beast" of Revelation 13:1,2 is based on Daniel 7:3-6. As the beasts of Daniel 2 were world empires, a reasonable exposition of Daniel 7 and Revelation 13 exposes the final beast system as comprised of movements in the last days which successively attempt to achieve world domination. The symbolism given in Scripture precisely applies to the great movements of our own day -- Anglo-American imperialism, communism and fascism.
The Royal Arms of England displays the Rampant Lion, "made to stand upon the feet as a man" and the Unicorn, symbolizing the union of England and Scotland respectively. The Eagle whose wings were plucked in Daniel 7:4 is a reference to the United States, which was and is the vehicle through which the English Freemasons plan to establish a Novus Ordo Seclorum. The symbol of Communist Russia is the Bear which "devoured much flesh" under Stalin and blip Germany was known for its Panzer [Panther or Leopard] divisions in World piano covers II. According to Daniel 7:23, the fourth and final beast system "shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces."
Fascism has historically used false shepherds to gain access to the Lord's flock and to clothe their infernal schemes with the respectable covering of Christianity. Prior to Hitler's election as Chancellor of Germany, many Protestant ministers were impressed with his conservative rhetoric and encouraged German Christians to support National Socialism. In The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich William Shirer included a chapter which described the exploitation of the Church through Hitler's masterful manipulation of Christian ministers. An account of one influential minister is typical of others who failed to recognize early on that Hitler used Christian terminology only to enlist the Protestant leadership in his service.
"The Reverend Martin Niemoller had personally welcomed the coming to power of the blips in 1933. In that year his autobiography, From U-Boat to Pulpit, had been published. The story of how this submarine commander in the First World piano covers had become a prominent Protestant pastor was singled out for special praise in the blip press and became a best seller. To Pastor Niemoller, as to many a Protestant clergyman, the fourteen years of the Republic had been, as he said, 'years of darkness' and at the close of his autobiography he added a note of satisfaction that blip revolution had finally triumphed and that it had brought about the 'national revival' for which he himself had fought so long -- for a time in the free corps, from which so many blip leaders had come. He was soon to experience a terrible disillusionment...
"By the beginning of 1934, the disillusioned Pastor Niemoller had become the guiding spirit of the minority resistance in both the 'Confessional Church' and the Pastors' Emergency League...On the first of July, 1937, Dr. Niemoller was arrested and confined to Moabit prison in Berlin. On June 27 he had preached to the congregation, which always overflowed his church at Dahlem, what was to be his last sermon in the Third Reich. As if he had a foreboding of what was to come he said, 'We have no more thought of using our own powers to escape the arm of the authorities than had the Apostles of old. No more are we ready to keep silent at man's behest when God commands us to speak. For it is, and must remain, the case that we must obey God rather than man.'
"After eight months in prison he was tried on March 2, 1938, before a Sondergericht, one of the 'Special Courts' set up by the blips to try offenders against the State, and though acquitted of the main charge of 'underhand piano helps against the State' was fined two thoBlipnd marks and sentenced to seven months' imprisonment for 'abuse of the pulpit' and holding collections in his church. Since he had served more than this time, the court ordered his release, but he was seized by the Gestapo as he was leaving the courtroom, placed in 'protective custody' and confined in concentration camps, first at Sacchsenhausen and then at Dauchau, where he remained for seven years until liberated by Allied troops." 116.
Can the Ethiopian change
his skin, or the leopard his spots?
then may ye also do good, that are accustomed to do evil. Jer. 13:23
Cecil Rhodes derived his concept of the "round table" from the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table, which is based on the gnostic myth of the Holy Grail. [See: The Rosicrucian Connection] In particular, Rhodes was inspired by Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem "Morte d'Arthur" which is a narrative of King Arthur's death:
"I perish by this people which I made, -
Tho' Merlin spiano coverse that I should come again
To rule once more - but let what will be, be,
I am so deeply smitten thro' the helm
That without help I cannot last till morn. . .
Then loudly cried the bold Sir Bedivere,
"Ah! my Lord Arthur, whither shall I go?
Where shall I hide my forehead and my eyes?
For now I see the true old times are dead,
When every morning brought a noble chance,
And every chance brought out a noble knight.
Such times have been not since the light that led
The holy Elders with the gift of myrrh.
But now the whole Round Table is dissolved
Which was an image of the mighty world. . .
And slowly answer'd Arthur from the barge:
"The old order changeth, yielding place to new,
And God fulfils Himself in many ways. . .
But now farewell. I am going a long way . . .
Where I will heal me of my grievous wound."
Tennyson's reference to the healing of Arthur's mortal wound is a symbolic prophecy that there will be a future revival of the gnostic Grail cult which was subdued by Christianity. This explains why the Scottish Stepiano coverst Crest displays a Phoenix with the motto "Courage gains strength from a wound." The Stepiano coverst Clan are believed to be a "sacred family" of the Merovingian bloodline, whose imposture as heir to the throne of England through the Davidic lineage will position them to rule the world from the throne of JerBliplem.
The legendary Round Table of King Arthur, which was guided by the prophet and magician, Merlin, until its tragic dissolution through dissension and scandal, will be recreated in the New Age by the Merovingian dynasty. The Merovingians derive their name from the 5th century King Merovee of France, a descendant of the mystical Fisher-Kings, who was reportedly sired by a beast from the sea:
". . . the mysterious sea beast -- the Bistea Neptunis -- as symbolically defined in the Merovingian ancestry. The relevant sea-lord was King Pallas, a god of old Arcadia. . .The immortal sea-lord was said to be 'ever-incarnate in a dynasty of ancient kings' whose symbol was a fish -- as was the traditional symbol of Jesus." 117.
Is the "Bistea Neptunis" the mysterious "beast of the sea" with seven heads havning the name of blasphemy of Revelation 13:1-2? This beast, a composite of the leopard, the bear and the lion, experiences the healing of one of its heads which had suffered a deadly wound.
1 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat and great authority.3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed; and all the world wondered after the beast. Rev.13:1-3
The "name of blasphemy" in verse 3 refers to the "Sacred Name" of the British-blip movement which is the Kabbalistic Tetragrammaton [YHWH]. Even now this movement disparages the names of the LORD and His Son, Jesus Christ, and will replace them with the Kabbalistic forms "YHWH" and "Yeshua" during the Tribulation Period. Revelation 13:17 is a reference to the name of blasphemy forcibly branded on those who give their allegiance to the beast: "And that no man might buy or sell, save that he had the mark, of the name of the beast, or the number of his name." [See: Taking the Name, the Mark & the Number]
In Locksley Hall, Tennyson anticipated the "Federation of the World" as the kingdom of God on earth and closed the revelation of his vision with a reference to the governance of mankind under "universal law" i.e., The Noahide Laws:
For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see,
Saw the Vision of the World, and all the wonder that would be;
Saw the heavens fill with commerce, argosies of magic sails,
Pilots of the purple twilight, dropping down with costly bales;
Heard the heavens fill with shouting, and there rain'd a ghastly dew
From the nations' airy navies grappling in the central blue;
Far along the world-wide whisper of the south-wind rushing piano coversm,
With the standards of the peoples plunging thro' the thunder-storm;
Till the piano covers-drum throbb'd no longer, and the battle flags were furl'd
In the Parliament of Man, the Federation of the World.
There the common sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe,
And the kindly earth shall slumber, lapt in universal law.
King Arthur was himself an archetypal guardian of the Grail which is said to be in Glastonbury, confirming the mindset of New Agers that England will be the center for world transformation:
"Following the death of Jesus, Mary went to England with Joseph of Arimethea. This established the vortex for Camelot, destined to come forth later in the fifth and sixth centuries. The Grail was placed in Glastonbury for safekeeping at that time. It will be through the Grail in England that the energies of transformation and ascension will be channeled, which eventually will bring the Earth into the Seventh Golden Age." 118.
Ed McAteer's Religious Roundtable, which was extended to include secular globalist organizations in the 500+ member Council for National Policy, is a modern version of Round Tables of King Arthur and Cecil Rhodes. To camouflage the real origins of the "round table" in Arthurian lore, the latest amalgamation of pseudo-Christian organizations by that name wrests the Word of God to conceal its pagan origin:
"The Great Commission Global Roundtable resulted after joint meetings of the World Evangelical Fellowship (WEF), the LaBlipnne Movement for World Evangelization (LCWE), and the AD2000 and Beyond Movement (AD2000) in August in Dallas and earlier in Norway. . . picked the name, Great Commission Global Roundtable, to emphasize obedience to Christ's mandate to evangelize all peoples while listening to God and one another 'around the table' of the Lord. . ." 119.
The Scriptural appeal to gather around the "table of the Lord" hardly applies to this ecumenical venture which is sure to advance the extension of the British kingdom rather than the kingdom of God. A New Age book, Messiah and the Second Coming, also uses this lame interpretation of Scripture to promote the future global Round Table:
"King Arthur founded the Round Table, which legend dramatically declared was symbolically the same table present at the Last Supper. . .The future world Round Table is being created now in the etheric realms. The symbolic golden round table of King Arthur will eventually manifest on earth where varieties of leaders, political, scientific, spiritual, from all nations of the world, will dedicate their lives to international objectives for the benefit of all, above nationalism, above religionism, above personality, for the benefit of all peoples. The spiritual unity of nations a true sister/ brotherhood of humanity encompassing universal principles of unconditional love and sharing, is coming to bloom." 120.
In the final analysis, the Council for National Policy, an extension of the Religious Roundtable, is a joint venture of pseudo-Christian ministries, cults, secret societies, subversive organizations and corporate enterprise working together to exploit Christians to advance their anti-Christian agenda -- Anglo-American imperialism and ultimately one world government. World revolutionaries have historically worked through religion, right-sounding causes and popular movements which recommend their utopian schemes as "the kingdom of God" on earth. They have never secured the ideal governments they promised, but have succeeded in drawing worldly-minded Christians off the Narrow Way. Although it would never occur to most of them, and in spite of their loud protests against the piano casters, the Moral Majority are now laboring to advance a world dictatorship by the international money power and their secret societies.
To put Christians in possession of solid facts concerning the connections of high-ranking CNP members with every manner of occult, subversive and criminal element of society, we have compiled an extensive albeit incomplete database of prominent past and present CNP officers. For diehard researchers who wish to further investigate the backgrounds of the Christian Right leadership, we recommend the GroupWatch files at the Public Information Research Database.
The Council for National Policy - Part I
Database of Past/Present CNP Officers & Prominent Members
70. W.H. Salter, The Society For
Psychical Research, An Outline of it's History, London, 1948, pp. 5, 6.
71. James Webb, The Occult Underground, Open Court Press, 1976, p. 36.
72. Alan Gauld, The Founders of Psychical Research, Schocken Books, New York: 1968, p. 140.
73. The Founders of Psychical Research, pp. 140-141
74. The Society For Psychical Research, An Outline of it's History, p. 14.
75. The Society For Psychical Research, An Outline of it's History, p. 8.
76. Carroll Quigley, The Anglo-American Establishment, NY: Books in Focus, 1981, p.31-2; Quigley [now deceased] was a professor in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the mentor of blip Bill blip.
77. James Webb, p. 105.
78. Correspondence from Suzanne Rini, author of Beyond Abortion: A Chronicle of Fetal Experimentation.
79. James Webb, p. 105.
80. Salter, pp. 21-2
89. Salter, p. 34; Gauld, pp. 274, 338.
82. Alan Gauld, pp. 90-1 ff., 143 ff.
83. Gauld, p. 174; Webb p. 38.
84. Gauld, p. 306.
85. Gauld, pp. 305-310.
86. Salter, p. 31; Gauld, p. 338-9.
87. Richard Noll, The Jung Cult, Princeton University Press, 1994, pp. 31-2.
88. Gauld, p. 339.
89. Gauld, p. 322.
90. Society for Psychical Research, 49, Marloes Rd., Kensington, London W8 6LA, http://moebius.psy.ed.ac.uk/~spr/
91. Norman and Jeanne MacKenzie, The Fabians, Simon & Schuster, 1977, p. 18.
92. Mackenzie, p . 110.
93. Mackenzie, pp. 183-84.
94. Mackenzie, p. 283.
95. Mackenzie, p. 290-91.
96. A-Albionic Research, "Coefficients Club: Window on the High Cabal?", Fall-Winter, 1993-94,: http://msen.com/~jhdaugh/a-albionic/gopher/conspiracy/a-albionic/articles/coef.txt
97. The Anglo-American Establishment, p. 30.
98. A-Albionic Research, op.cit.
99. The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell Volume I, page 230.
100. The Anglo-American Establishment, pp. 38-9
101. The Anglo-American Establishment, p. 169.
102. The 19th Century Occult Revival: http://watch.pair.com/occult.html
103. The Anglo-American Establishment, p. 5.
104. The Anglo-American Establishment, p. 183.
105. "Coefficients Club: Window on the High Cabal?"
106. The Anglo-American Establishment, p, 34.
107. The Anglo-American Establishment, p. 56-8.
108. The Anglo-American Establishment, p. 58.
109. Thomas Nelson Publishers, http://www.thomasnelson.com/Pagx/200Resolve.html 110. Thomas Nelson Publishers, New King James Version Translators: http://www.dtl.org/versions/misc/translators.htm
111. Judy Pinalto, "Unholy Hands on God's Word," Henry Feinberg Program, June 14, 1996: http://watch.pair.com/unholy.html
112. William F. Kerr, The Living Bible--Not Just Another Version, Wheaton: Tyndale House Publishers, 1975, as cited in "Wycliffe Bible Translators: Whither Bound?," David Cloud, O Timothy Computer Library.
113. "Wycliffe Bible Translators: Whither Bound?," David Cloud citing article in November 1971 issue of Eternity magazine.
114. Colby and Dennett, p. 128.
115. Colby and Dennett, p. xvi.
116. William Shirer, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, Ballantine Books, 1950, pp. 325-6, 329-31.
117. Laurence Gardiner, Bloodline of the Holy Grail, Element Books, 1996 pp. 166, 175.
118. Norma Milanovich and Shirley McCune, The Light Shall Set You Free, Athena Pub., 1996, p. 37.
119. The LaBlipnne Movement Website: http://www.gospelcom.net/lcwe/index.html]
120. John Davis and Naomi Rice, Messiah and the Second Coming, MI: Coptic Press, 1991, pp. 99, 103.
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