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on September 22, 2013
Gary Kah, known for his book on the rise of Globalism, carries the topic further and examines the real roots of this global movenment, which is following "the Plan". For the Christians this is an important book as it explores the forces behind the move toward a New World Order. To the uninitiated in such literature and who choose to remain in the world created for him/her during elementary schooling, it will seem preposterous. Like most specialized subjects, much deep study and an open mind are required.
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on November 29, 2014
Gary Kah's book reveals carefully laid foundations upon which the Western world's spiritual morass now rests: Psychology, hope in a 'super-humanity'; broad acceptance of eastern beliefs; a universal Christ-consciousness.

At 199 pages and medium print it is light enough to make for an easy read. Although published nearly twenty years ago, like the plan of the Guiding Spirits, the material is unchanging.

The 'Aquarian Age', 'Omega Point', 'Return to Atlantis', or 'New World Order' are synonyms for what is planned by 'the Hierarchy'. This 'Hierarchy' is simply Satan and his fallen angels working through deceived victims.

These victims, or New Age icons include Pope John Paul II, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (Jesuit Priest), Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (founder of Theosophy), Annie Besant, Alice Bailey, Barbara Marx Hubbard, and Carl Jung (co-founder of modern psychology).

These were used in different areas of endeavour by personal 'spirit guides' (familiar spirits) which took names like Master Morya, Djwhal Khul, Asher, Koot Hoomi, and Seth. They seem to have a proclivity for dry, remote places (e.g. Tibet):

“When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none.” (Luke 11.43)

The plan to 'externalise' the Hierarchy has three phases: Preparatory (1875-1890), Intermediate (1919-1949) and Revelatory (1975-). Organisations doing the work include Lucifer Publishing Company/Lucis Trust (a U.N affiliate), Theosophical Society, the Vatican, and the World Council of Churches. Even Greenpeace is on the fringe.

Most confronting are the clear themes in the 'Ascended Masters' (familiar spirit's) writings:

*Evolution is true.

*Every person has a higher self they can 'tap into'.

*There is no God, hell, no saviour and you can save yourself.

*Spiritual energies are awaiting release via coordinated, world-wide invocations from the 'New
Group' of 'World Servers'. They employ prayer 'Triangles' using the 'Great Invocation'.

*A negative group [Bible-believing Christians] is blocking the transition from the 'Piscean' to the
'Aquarian' age. Like a cancer they need to be excised.

*The new world can only be built by destroying the old. Men like Mussolini, Franco, Hitler and
Stalin were helpers in this endeavour, being driven by the 'Shamballa' force.

Unfortunately the author seems unaware of the nefarious nature of the NIV 'bible' he quotes many times (the 'International' should have been a give away). Hebrews 9.10 in the NIV has: "...external regulations applying until the time of the new order.”

Deceptive doctrines of the New Age should be plain to Christians and this knowledge can be used to re-double efforts reaching the lost.

Contrary to promises of 'healing' and 'building a better world', out workings of the 'Hierarchy’s' 'Ageless Wisdom' so far have been two world wars, ongoing threat of nuclear war, terrorism, near economic collapse and moral anarchy:

“Every tree that bringeth forth not good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.” Matthew 7.20
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on February 6, 2013
This is one of the best works exposing the New World Order/Illuminati/Luciferian agenda behind the outward political, economic, social and religious operations presently happening and that have been building for millenia.
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on May 11, 2010
The best book I have ever read about the "New World Order" is "Hope for the Wicked" (a play on the famous "Hope and Tragedy")In an interesting chapter they sight this book as very important, and maybe when this book was first published it was, but it is dated now. It is a typical earily 80's Christian book warning about the new age. Big print, and all the usual subjects. It was not revalatory nor did it cover new ground. Out of 150 pages half was a rehash of the Theosophy Society. It may be ok if you have never heard of these subjects but in the age of Harry Potter and the Vampire culture it is not up to date. It also does not really relate all this to globalism. It is a 1970-80's look at some new age figures. - I hit the re-edit button because I am re reading it and it is more thought provoking on second read.
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on January 5, 2015
everyone should read Gary Kah's books
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on July 3, 2015
He is a bit heavy,but, there is truth to what he says.. As believer, I am very wary of globalism/humanism.
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on March 27, 2014
Packaging appropriate protective lightweight jiffy for international postage
fits through letter box
Very fast delivery - book in excellent condition for 2nd hand
Essential reading for our times succinct and cohesive thesis
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on January 3, 2016
Great condition book & reasonable shipping. Best of the Kah books & lives up to it's name.
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on December 24, 2005
Gary H Kah provides a different perspective on globalism, one that is both a-typical and interesting.
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on February 23, 2015
good book
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