The New Age of Change: Aquarius





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Uploaded on Jan 29, 2009

In 1988 Ben Creme's Maitreya appeared before 800 Christians in Kenya. CNN reported on the event. Working for CNN in 1988 was Marshall Masters. Masters now believes that Planet X is on the way. In 2007 Masters uploaded his video series Surviving 2012 and Planet X to You Tube. In it Masters makes a prediction that the US military would be called home from overseas to keep the peace in the US as Planet X approaches. Well, the Army now has a Homeland Brigade...20,000+.

Masters also offers Jacques Fresco and the Venus Project as a vision for the future. Fresco advocates a "resource based economy". In 2008 Peter Joseph released Zeitgeist Addendum. It also features Fresco and the Venus Project. It also features the teachings of Jiddu Krishnamurti. Krishnamurti was raised as the "Vessel for Maitreya" or the "World Teacher" by the theosophic society. Krishnamurti later broke with theosophy, but along comes Creme. He is saying that the real "World Teacher" is on the way. This teacher's name is Maitreya.

After his first internet film, Zeitgeist, became popular, it began to receive criticism for being a theosophic styled attack on fundamentalist Christianity, which was always seen as an adversary by theosophic luminaries like Alice Bailey and H. P. Blavatsky. It seems odd that Joseph would embrace these accusations by putting Jiddu Krishnamurti prominently in the sequel.

The original Zeitgeist movie is filled with astrological(not astronomical) ideology. It talks a lot about ages, old and new. It says that we are entering aquarius. Ben Creme talks a lot about the "Dawn of the New Age of Aquarius". And that Maitreya is coming to help us enter this "New Age of Enlightenment". Two months after Zeitgeist Addendum was released, Ben Creme announced, in the Market Watch section of the Wall Street Journal online, that a bright new star would herald the return of Maitreya. On New Year"s Eve, CNN ran commercials for the "Miracle Star". CNN, again.

On 1/4/09 History Channel/Hearst Publishing aired "Nostradamus 2012" filled with astrology and alchemy and psuedo-science, the program tries to persuade it's viewers that a cataclysm or great change is coming. It is filled with ridiculous notions of a galactic alignment, pole shift, solar storms, etc.

Just to highlight the ridiculousness of the "galactic alignment" theories, our position in comparison to "galactic center, is pretty much the same now as it will be in 2012. The History Channel admits it is a trick of perception. In the 1980's and 90's these same nostradamus "experts" were predicting cataclysm for 5/5/2000. Supposedly, due to the other planets "aligning" on the opposite side of the sun from earth.

Look at the two most outspoken "experts" on Nostradamus. Vincent Brooks is a practicing Druid, which is closely related to gnostic christian and earth worship ideology. John Hogue believes there are too many people on the planet. On his website he admits being a member of the Zero Population Growth Society. Ted Turner, the owner of CNN, believes in the overpopulation theory. He has admitted that there should be less people.

The mainstream message about 2012 seems to be...get ready to die in large numbers.

Now that's change Ted Turner and John Hogue can believe in.

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