A United Green Religion

A
United Green Religion

Blending
the world’s religions together and bringing them under the
umbrella of the United Nations has been high on the Global Green
Agenda
for many years. Dr Robert Muller, until recently the
Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations, and its #2 ranked
official, appears to be the driving force behind the plan to create a
new United Religion. His passion for this spiritual agenda is readily
apparent, “My great personal dream is
to forge a tremendous alliance between all religions and spiritual
groups, and the UN
. We desperately need a United Religions
Organisation to bring reconciliation, unity and peace to all the
peoples of our world.

Dr Muller
famously described himself as “
A
divine motivator … the wise man of the UN … the shaman of the UN
… the man through whom God speaks …
the
spokesman of Christ

Now this ‘divine
motivator’ was the co-founder of UNESCO and a key architect behind
many of the UN’s most important environmental policies and plans. Dr
Muller is also one of the key figures behind the drive to establish a
universal global consciousness. He is the co-Chairman of the
World
Commission for Global Consciousness and Spirituality

and the co-Chairman, alongside Mikhail Gorbachev, of the
World
Wisdom Council.

Dr Muller is also the
Chancellor
of the UN’s
University of Peace, which he founded on a mountain in Costa Rica.
Why did he choose this location? Because of this ancient prophecy:

The
final green religion will be the blending of all religions into one
unified expression of spirituality based on reverence for our shared
planet and human interconnectedness with all living beings. No doubt
anyone one who refuses to accept this new spirituality will be
labelled an intolerant radical fundamentalist. In the wake of an
earth-shattering crisis, such as the one described in
A
United World
,
‘fundamentalists’ are likely to be blamed for all the
world’s problems. A new world religion, in addition to a new
world order, will be gratefully received by most given a crisis of
sufficient magnitude.

From the GREEN AGENDA

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One Response to “A United Green Religion”

  1. Debora Edholm Says:

    It will not be well received. Religion has nothing to do with green………..

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