“Gaia Worship” anything but “Good”!

Posted: April 24, 2011 in Uncategorized

Gaia Explained:


Posted on Mon Jan 20 2003 12:37:18 GMT-0500 (Eastern Standard Time) by Cvengr

In her excellent 1993 book, Goddess Earth, Exposing the Pagan Agenda in the Environmental Movement, Raiders News Update friend Samantha Smith warned that Gaia worship was at the very heart of today’s environmental policy. Bluntly she decried, “The Endangered Species Act, the United Nation’s Biodiversity Treaty and the Presidents Council on Sustainable Development are all offspring of the Gaia hypothesis of saving “Mother Earth.”‘

This week, in a National Review commentary, Christopher Horner conferred, saying, “…the environmental movement, now more than ever, does represent the American Left at worship. The green crusade is now crafting a new way for its own troubling religion to pervert traditional faith. Having fought in federal court to deny its religiosity — and thus continue its life-sustaining flow of taxpayer dollars — the Down With People machine is donning religious vestments and teaming up with the Bush administration to tap the president’s faith-based initiative.

“CNSNews.com reports that ‘EPA is informally seeking ‘ideas’ regarding how religious groups who promote green causes like climate change and pollution controls, can qualify for the White House’s faith-based funds.’ The very idea of green evangelizing infecting Bush’s faith-based initiative should raise alarm, since the movement has far more in common with pagan themes than with traditional tenets of faith.”

What’s more worrisome is the goals of “greens” past, present, and future. Gaia-ism points to humanity – especially western civilization – as the world’s great evil.

“Western Culture [is perceived as] the root of all evil,” Smith observed. “These are some of the teachings of what is little more than the bastardized products of Eastern mysticism. Now called New Age religion, it culminates in deep ecology, eco-feminism and the worship of an ancient Greek God called Gaia – Mother Earth.

“Gaia teaches that man has damaged or destroyed the fragile balance of nature. Disciples of Gaia believe that all living things on earth are interconnected (except man) and to damage or destroy even a tiny insect is to damage whole ecological systems. Such a premise was the basis for Vice President Al Gore’s book, “Earth in the Balance.”‘

So if man is the problem, what should be done about it? Horner reminds us that the faith-based funds-seeking environmental movement (a.k.a. EPA’s Gaia worshippers) have a paper trail detailing their answer to the “people are pollution” quandary.

“To feed a starving child is to exacerbate the world population problem.” Lamont Cole (as quoted by Elizabeth Whelan in her book Toxic Terror)

“This is as good a way to get rid of them as any.” Charles Wursta, Chief Scientist for the Environmental Defense Fund, commenting on the likelihood of millions dying from a global ban on DDT (also quoted in Toxic Terror)

“I got the impression that instead of going out to shoot birds, I should go out and shoot the kids who shoot birds.” Paul Watson, founder of Greenpeace (quoted in Access to Energy, vol. 10, no. 4, Dec. 1982)

“The right to have children should be a marketable commodity, bought and traded by individuals but absolutely limited by the state.” Kenneth Boulding, originator of the “Spaceship Earth” concept (quoted by William Tucker in Progress and Privilege, 1982)

“The only real good technology is no technology at all. Technology is taxation without representation, imposed by our elitist species [man] upon the rest of the natural world.” John Shuttleworth, Friends of the Earth manual writer

A prime spokesman for these Gaia-centered goals, according to Smith, is Father Thomas Berry, “a dissident Catholic priest and a leader of the Temple of Understanding, located in New York City. Father Berry contends that Christianity promotes ‘deep cultural pathology of human greed and addiction.’ He advocates that the earth is disintegrating and that Christianity is mostly to blame.”

In his own words, “the world is being called to a new post-denominational, even post Christian, belief system that sees the earth as a living being – mythologically, as Gaia, Mother Earth – with mankind as her consciousness.”

In an effort to make contact with Gaia’s consciousness, a representative of The American Policy Center attended a meeting in Boulder (Colorado), called by Jose Arguelles (leader of PAN and New Age Transformation) where participants were presented with the idea that the earth is a living, spiritual being that can feel pain.

The group was asked to tune in to the crystal matrix frequency (Mother Earth’s heartbeat) and to relax. Many went into trance-like states. As people felt they were being filled with the Earth’s energy, they became vocal, with sounds rising and falling rhythmically. Some swayed and some fell down on the ground and began writhing. They were then ‘brought to silence.’

Arguelles told the audience to concentrate on a cloud floating overhead, just drifting, and then told them to invite the cloud in to fill the empty spirit, the empty soul. He said to invite “PAN” in, accepting him as the leader and guide for their lives.

Jose explained that Pan was the first son of Mother Earth and used to live close to his mother in the primeval forest with his brothers and sisters, who went out and founded the temple-building societies (Aztecs, Egyptians, etc,). When Pan refused to join his siblings in the cities, they called him evil and Satan. They invented their own selfish religion, Christianity, which must be removed because it includes a vision of an Apocalypse.

The Boulder audience was told that ‘right now Mother Earth is bringing Pan back to save us and lead us into the New Age. We can help by surrendering to him, tuning into the crystal matrix frequencies and carrying out the directions received while tuned in.’ Arguelles explained this might include the physical removal of Christians, because they are the biggest obstacle to transformation.”

(Pan, cloven-hoofed half man/half beast is one of the infernal names given to Satan in Anton LaVey’s Satanic Bible.)

The National Review article ends with a word to the wise:

“But the green charade must be fought, for it is intolerable that taxpayers should be asked to fund such objectives under the guise of aiding the poor and disadvantaged. The greens’ philosophy has nothing to do with Judeo-Christian — or even simply humanitarian — principles. Their projects have no place in President Bush’s Faith Based and Community Initiative.”

  1. Green Pact says:

    Literally a garbage opinionated article spreading more hate. Our united states constitution allows freedom of religion. In ALL forms. Not just the Jewish god’s religions… In it absolutely nauseating to read this article.

  2. Angieline Bourne says:

    Nope…you have it all wrong in this article. With little to no empirical evidence to back up your statements. But I get it’s the Christian agenda. Good luck with that.

  3. Maya says:

    IT’S A SHAME they call this “Gaia’s Religion” ou “Gaia Worship”. The true Gaia worship has nothing to do with this nonsenses. It’s all about love and commitment with life. You can kill a bug if necessary, but with respect. Gaia is not a representation, she’s a Goddess. She is the nature, but she’s a spiritual and personal being too.

  4. Miz T says:

    The image of Pan is all over Pompeii.

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