Originally posted by iamnot
...the Bahai faith was created for basically the arabic religious. Islamics would never go for Helena Blavatskys new age cosmic christ. Some people
love being really religious. But at the head of Bahai and the head of Theosophy is the same Maitreya...
Is it a coincidence that at a moment in time when organisations like the Parliament for World Religions have interfaith conferences, Ahmadiyya also
organizes all these interfaith conferences, where other religions are invited, and then the Ahmadiyya doctrine is introduced as the next logical
I tend to think your thinking on this is probably mostly correct, although I am not Muslim myself, so there is obviously much more that I might not be
For those who don't know, we should probably explain, the Ahmadi are yet another Islamic sect, there are others, like the Qadiaini or
"Naturi"-style groups (rationalists basically, or a "liberal" version if I understand it correctly). While the Baha'i came out of Iran, the
Ahmadi are a similar sect that came out of Pakistan. Many of these groups do in fact share key ideas.
Another group not often mentioned are the Druze, who actively fight alongside the Israeli's in the IDF. Yes, they are Islamic, and yet, like most
non-traditional Muslim sects, they are all usually seen as tending to help the enemy, betraying their own.
Naturally, from the perspective of the minority groups however, they usually tell the story that it is THEY who are betrayed!
ANYWAY, the important thing I think in this thread is that these various groups do in fact have much in common with their Baha'i brethren, many
"globalist" tendencies, key doctrinal differences, etc.
Many conservative Muslims have been sounding the alarm for a while of course, but why should Westerners care? Because, just as you point out, the New
Age movement in the West may indeed one day tie in to the these hybrid forms of Islam, that are paving the way for an eventual merger.
Many people reading this may easily think that merging all religions is preposterous, impossible, etc. I used to think this too, and yet I see what
appears to be a lot of directed effort, much of it seemingly from our elite masters, to accomplish just that, the impossible merger of all into one,
This is why the United Nations, or the Parliament for World Religions, or the World Council of Churches, etc., all of these seem to coordinate their
efforts, in spite of them having no logical reason to do so, when it comes to the merger of religion.
I have called this coming new World Religion, the "Slave Religion of the Future", and believe that Baha'i currently leads the pack. Sure, the
Ahamdi, or other groups might prevail, but at the moment, it still looks like Baha'i is getting the most support. And don't forget, they are also
conveniently based in Israel.
As for the Maitreya, well, he'll "betray 'ya"! Rhymes too. Here again, the Baha'i play a literally "central" role. Ideologically, and well
as geographically, there is something that remains "between" East and West from this point of view. Yes, Theosophy is an interesting occult
blueprint for luring the post-war, post-Christian, re-paganizing West, into a philosophical partnership, primarily with the ancient pantheistic
paganism of India. But in between Europe and India, was the Ottoman Empire, or today, lets simply call it the pan-Islamic world.
Something needs to bridge this gap. Baha'i fits the bill, very nicely. From Jesus, through Mohammed, on to Krishna, the Baha'i have it ALL in
their impossibly "Big Tent".
These other Islamic sects serve their purpose too. Each has done their part to break down the "seal of the prophet" (Mohammed), as Muslims often
point out, which is the most important thing to do, if Islam is ever going to crack, and merge into something like Baha'i.
For the Westerner to understand the importance of this perhaps alien concept, we might compare it to what has happened to Christianity. In order to
destroy Christianity, there was always one critical thing to do, so the rest would follow. If the New Age, or it's precursors (such as Unity, etc.),
could convince the Christian world that Jesus was not God, or at least to give that idea a new twist, then the whole edifice could come down much more
For example, a renegade Catholic priest, Teilhard de Chardin, became quite popular 50 years ago, by attempting to portray "Christ" in light of
evolutionary theory. He came up with an "Omega Point", with Christ put at the apex of the scheme, but ultimately, since everyone was becoming god,
Jesus wasn't so special anymore. Having cake and eating it too is a hallmark of all these like-minded people it seems.
It's a huge subject, but I believe one that more people should look into. There does seem to be a "plan" to merge all religions into one. Another
way to put it is much like the Baha'i actually DO put it, in their official releases. ALL other religions need to disappear due to their horrible
"intolerance", that way Baha'i can come along and pick up the pieces.
And that's when the fun really begins, and our masters laugh, as we all become Baha'i....