Is the new age movement a conspiracy front to hide satanic practices/activities?

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posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 12:53 PM
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Judaism/Christianity came out of Egypt clinging to the robes of Moses. He got the notion from Ahkenaten the first proponent of solar power.
edit on 12/3/13 by masqua because: Added the Hebrews




posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 01:28 PM
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There are so many opinions on what true "satanism" is.

There are some that actually believe in the entity from the bible.

There are some that believe "satanism" is selfishness just doing what you want, seeing yourself as divine and not caring about others.

There is "Set", also associated with Satan, but he is the god of darkness and confusion and New Agers believe in Love and Light. So there is no connect.

"Love and Light" of New Age is not connected to the entity "Satan" of the bible, since it says God is love.
"Love and Light" of New Age is not connected to "satanic selfishness" since most teach "oneness - equality".
"Love and Light" of New Age is not connected with "Set" of ancient Egypt since it is not darkness/confusion.

So no, "New Age" is not Satanic. Has nothing to do with Satanism in any sense of the word.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 10:02 AM
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I don't buy the satanic aspect of it but there are some signs of the New Age movement as being some sort of conspiracy in a way when you really look at it. You have Ken Kesey and Robert Hunter both being involved in the MK project prior to going out and introducing '___' to what would have been the Anti-War Movement, which eventually became associated with hippies, drug use, and weird ideas in the same time period where cointelpro was going on with that same movement. Esalen is an interesting entity to look into as well and you can even find signs of the same interests/ideas being pushed by prominent educational psychologists within the gifted programs in the 60's and 70's--even including the suggestion for the beneficial use of '___' and hypnotic suggestion on children (Gowan, Krippner and a few others wrote on the subject). It's not to say that the ideas behind the New Age movement are necessarily bad--they aren't really in general and they do have a lot of basis on history. But it's interesting to see that it surged up during the Anti-War movement initially and more recently, also started rearing its head within some members of the Occupy movement. I could very well be wrong though but I just find that particular pattern a little interesting.





 
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