In 1932, theosophist Alice Bailey and her husband, 32-degree Freemason Foster Bailey, started World Goodwill—an official non-governmental organization within the United Nations. World Goodwill has three stated aims:
* To help mobilise the energy of goodwill;
* To cooperate in the work of preparation for the reappearance of the Christ;
* To educate public opinion on the causes of the major world problems and to help create the thoughtform of solution.i
The Baileys were not using World Goodwill to prepare the world for Jesus Christ, but rather the New Age Cosmic Christ who would unite all religions and countries. This is another example of how global politics are really being used for the hidden agenda of uniting the world's religions.
The idea that the United Nations and international political unity is simply a tool for religious unification is mind-blowing. We believe that this plan could come from only one source, and the leaders of theosophy give us the proof.
Alice Bailey claimed this:
Alice A. Bailey (1880-1949) was an influential writer and teacher in the fields of spiritual,...
Evidence of the growth of the human intellect along the needed receptive lines [for the preparation of the New Age] can be seen in the "planning" of various nations and in the efforts of the United Nations to formulate a world plan...From the very start of this unfoldment, three occult factors have governed the development of all these plans.ii
She did not spell out clearly the identity of these "three occult factors," but stated this:
Within the United Nations is the germ and seed of a great international and meditating, reflective group—a group of thinking and informed men and women in whose hands lies the destiny of humanity. This is largely under the control of many fourth ray disciples, if you could but realise it, and their point of meditative focus is the intuitional or buddhic plane—the plane upon which all hierarchical activity is today to be found.iii
Bailey is claiming here that the inner core of the UN is controlled by those under the control of Lucifer.
According to Helena Blavatsky, founder of the theosophical movement, "Lucifer represents...Life...Thought...Progress...Civilization...Liberty...Independence...Lucifer is the Logos...the Serpent, the Savior...It is Satan who is the God of our planet and the only God."iv,v
Blavatsky also said this:
The Celestial Virgin which thus becomes the Mother of Gods and Devils at one and the same time; for she is the ever-loving beneficent Deity...but in antiquity and reality Lucifer or Luciferius is the name. Lucifer is divine and terrestial Light, 'the Holy Ghost' and 'Satan' at one and the same time.vi
These disgusting blasphemies show us how the religions are being brought together in preparation for the coming of the Cosmic Christ—Lucifer. In
theosophy, the New Age movement, many world religions, and now even in global politics, Jesus Christ is being presented as nothing but a good man, and Lucifer, the Universal Cosmic Christ, is attempting to steal His position and power on Earth.
How does this hidden agenda affect the United Nations? We see from New Age teaching that the UN is being used to prepare the Earth for the New Age Christ's reappearance. Initiatives such as the UN's Millennium Development Goals are bringing the world closer to the universal political and religious peace the New Age Christ is calling for. Here are some statements from Dwhjal Khul through Alice Bailey on the issue:
First of all, he will come to a world which is
essentially one world.vii
The reply comes with clarity; he will come unfailingly when a measure of peace has been
Discover the members of the new group of world servers, whenever possible, and strengthen their hands. Look for them in every nation and expressing many lines of thought and points of view. Remember always that in doctrine and dogma, and in techniques and methods, they may differ widely from you, but in love for their fellowmen, in practical goodwill and in devotion to the establishing of right human relations they stand with you, they are your equals, and can probably teach you much (emphasis added).ix
The major effect of his appearance will surely be to demonstrate in every land the effects of a spirit of inclusiveness—an inclusiveness which will be channelled or expressed through him. All who seek right human relations will be gathered automatically to him, whether they are in one of the great world religions or not...all who see no true or basic difference between religion and religion or between man and man or nation and nation will rally around him; those who embody the spirit of exclusiveness and separateness will stand automatically and equally revealed and all men will know them for what they are (emphasis added).x
These statements encourage "goodwill" and "right human relations." But are they anything other than blind inclusiveness? "Goodwill" is not true unity, and "right human relations" will never lead to lasting peace. "Right humans relations" seems to be more about conformity than about truly caring for others.
The Baileys' initiative was called World Goodwill. Dwhjal Khul speaks of the necessity of goodwill, as do Christian and Catholic leaders of today. In fact, the Pope repeatedly calls on "all people of good will" to follow his commands—even in his most recent encyclical. So what is it?
Here's some explanation from Alice Bailey. Remember that the "right human relations" she discusses here are not based on love but on conformity.
The major required preparation [for the coming of the false Christ] is a world at peace; however, that peace must be based on an educated goodwill, which will lead inevitably to right human relations, and therefore to the establishment of lines of light between nation and nation, religion and religion, group and group and man and man.xi
Promote ceaselessly the work of World Goodwill, so that every nation may have its group of men and women dedicated to the establishing of right human relations.xii
The Tibetan has asked me to make clear that when he is speaking of the Christ he is referring to His official name as head of the Hierarchy. The Christ works for all men irrespective of their faith; He does not belong to the Christian world any more than to the Buddhist or Mohammedan or any other faith. There is no need for any man to join the Christian church in order to be affiliated with Christ. The requirements are to love your fellowmen, lead a disciplined life, recognise the divinity in all faiths and all beings and rule your daily life with Love.xiii
It is on the foundation of this teaching that Christ will raise the super structure of the Brotherhood of Man, for right human relations are an expression of the love of God.xiv
Goodwill is a love for fellow humans that replaces love for God—and even demotes God. The New Age teaches that we are God. Goodwill is a new, human-based religion under which the religions of the world can unite. In this new world religion, human rights and peace at all costs become the main issues, and the power shifts from God to people. How does this align with God's Word? Consider Martin Luther's battle cry:
Peace if possible. Truth at all costs.
While the United Nations and the New Age movement are calling for inclusiveness and peace,
the Bible calls us to come out and be separate (see Revelation 18:4). We are not to join in an emotional, human rights-based religion but to proclaim the truth to all people. Read about true unity as described by Jesus
In the next article, learn about the New Age symbolism of the UN Prayer Room in New York
This article is adapted from Professor Veith's Total Onslaught DVD The UN and the Occult Agenda.
i. "Purpose and Objectives," LucisTrust.org.
ii. Alice Bailey, Discipleship in the New Age volume 2 (Lucis Press, 1955): 35.
iii. Ibid: 220.
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine volume 2: 171, 225, 255.
v. Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine volume 4: 215, 216, 220, 245, 255, 533.
vi. Ibid: 539.
vii. Ibid: 15.
Alice Bailey, The Externalisation of the Hierarchy (New York: Lucis Trust): 616.
Alice Bailey, The Externalisation of the Hierarchy (New York: Lucis Trust): 641.
x. Alice Bailey, The Reappearance of the Christ: 110.
xi. Ibid: 641.
xiii. Ibid: 558.
xiv. Alice Bailey, The Reappearance of the Christ: 19.