Dagobert's Revenge

The New Age Movement: Anti-Christ Rite of Perfection

Reprinted from The Oregon Star, 1994
Author Unknown

Carly Simon, the Grand Mistress

The New Age movement is not new. It is older than the motto on the back of the dollar bill, “Novus Ordo Seclorum” (new order of the ages.) The origins of today’s New Age movement can be traced back through British Freemasonry to the ancient Jewish Cabala. The basic underlying premise of this century’s old “movement” is that by using some technique a man or a woman can become his or her own god. The establishment media made the new age movement fashionable in the west during the 1960s by calling it the “Age of Aquarius” and “flower power.” The New Age movement is also known under other code names such as “the New Jerusalem” and the “Rite of Perfection.”

Early in the 18th century the British Empire in its quest for world power needed a covert intelligence gathering agency with effective access to the people of Europe. Masonic lodges, which were basically Catholic institutions for building cathedrals, schools, and other structures were widely in use across Europe during the Middle Ages. About 1717 the British Secret Intelligence Service began to systematically purge the ranks of Masonry of Catholic influences.

The British Secret Intelligence Service then created the Masonic Rite of Perfection by collecting stories about Jewish history from the King James version of the Bible, the Talmud, and the Cabala. They blended these stories with tales of Christian Knighthood and stirred in a lot of liberal philosophy and then gave it all a bricklaying builder’s twist about self-improvement.

This religious-like Masonic Rite of Perfection, together with a number of other cover stories helped obscure from the eyes of the rank and file Masons, and also many others as well Freemasonry’s principle function for the British Empire as an intelligence-gathering arm, recruiting depot, and anti-Christ New Age movement for the British Secret Intelligence Service.

Over the past three centuries Freemasonry has taught, within the confines of its lodges, that life is a search for “Light”, and that Masonry knows the secret to reach this great “Light” of spiritual illumination. Freemasons call themselves the “Sons of Light”, while the profane or uninitiated who have not received this secret knowledge are said to be in darkness. In this 20th century Masonic teachings have come out of the lodges and have been made increasingly available to the public. Today the school systems of America teach the Masonic principle of “total materialism” to children. The New Age movement is nothing less than the Masonic Rite of Perfection let loose upon the world at large.

The New Age movement, like Freemasonry, is a mixture of religion, philosophy, and oriental, Cabalistic occultism that finds divinity in human nature. It offers people a mystical form of spiritual liberation apart from Jesus Christ utilizing a myriad of techniques, e.g., astrology, bio-feedback, channeling, fortune-telling, healing with crystals, holistic medicine, hypnotism, mantras, mind-altering drugs, mediums, music therapy, pre-life existence, spiritual therapy, supernatural power, telepathy, transcendental meditation, yoga, Zen, etc. It is a spiritual current and movement that leads people towards a wholly self-centered, anti-Christian way of life.

The New Age movement, again like Freemasonry, believes in the relativity of all religions and religious truth. However, Jesus Christ laid down the fixed rule of Christianity by saying “Do for others what you want them to do for you.” The New Age movement just says “Do what you want.” The others not in the movement or not in the lodge are of little consequence.

The New Age Movement is another name for that ancient anti-Christ plan that proclaims “You shall not surely die” if you would learn the secret knowledge of good and evil.

A Christian Decoding of a Ciphered Siren Song

This is an exposition of the occult “hidden meanings” behind the lyrics to the 1988 Academy Award-winning song Let the River Run by Carly Simon, theme song for the movie Working Girl, © 1988, Twentieth Century Fox. The decoded “hidden meanings” are best understood after listening to the song.

Let the River Run

Let the river run, let all the dreamers wake the nation. Come the new Jerusalem.

Silver cities rise; the morning lights the streets that lead them. And sirens call them on with a song.

It’s asking for the taking, trembling, shaking. Oh, my heart is aching. We’re coming to the edge, running on the water, coming through the fog, your sons and daughters.

We, the great and small, stand on a star and blaze a trail of desire through the darkening dawn.

It’s asking for the taking. Come run with me now; the sky is the color of blue you’ve never seen in the eyes of your lover.

Oh, my heart is aching. We’re coming to the edge, running on the water, coming through the fog, your sons and daughters.

It’s asking for the taking, trembling, shaking. Oh, my heart is aching. We’re coming to the edge, running on the water, coming through the fog, your sons and daughters.

Let the river run, let all the dreamers wake the nation. Come the new Jerusalem.

Decoded Lyrics

Let the “river” (“God’s chosen people”) run, let all their dreamers and schemers wake the nations of the world so they can behold “the new Jerusalem”, a code name for a nature-worshipping New World Order ( the dollar’s Novus Ordo Seclorum.) Silver (money) cities rise. The morning lights the streets for the world’s “unchosen” masses who are lured on by the seductive siren songs.

“It” (Christianity) is asking for the taking because “it” stands trembling and shaking, unable to resist Masonic materialism’s determined war against spiritual Christianity as the world approaches the “edge” (the end of the millennium.)

They intend to run through the water and come through the fog (Christ only walked on the water) to capture the hearts, minds, and souls of everyone’s sons and daughters.

“We”, the Judeo-Masonic fraternity, the great and small, stand on the morning star of Lucifer and the blazing star of Freemasonry to lead the world’s desirous people through the stormy millennial divide into a coming thousand-year reign of “the new Jerusalem.”

“Come run with me now” is a siren call to the people of the world to become initiates into a New Age where there are no shuttered belief systems, e.g., Christianity. “The sky is the color of blue” (the initiatory Blue Lodge of Freemasonry.) Grand Mistress Carly Simon wants to make the entire world and open-air Masonic initiatory temple with the sky as its ceiling.

Let the River Run is sung in its entirety at the end of the movie Working Girl. The “Hermetic Alchemy” Awards fully understood the occult “hidden meanings” behind these lyrics. Their “river” intends to carry us all into the 21st century.

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