A SHOCKER! – Installment 6 – May 23, 2008
http://www.arkofhope.org/# Please visit this site.
Called the Ark of Hope, containing the
Earth Charter (a revised edition by Maurice Strong and written on handmade papyrus),
Temenos Books (temenos: a magical sacred circle where special rules apply and extraordinary events inevitably occur. Temenos book: a handmade book filled with pages of visual prayers/affirmations for global healing, peace and gratitude) and
Temenos Earth Masks worn and made by children with Earth’s elements ( leaves, pebbles, feathers, paints, scraps of paper),
this wooden box was deliberately fashioned after the Ark of the Covenant in the Bible which contained the Ten Commandments, Aaron’s rod that budded and a golden pot of Manna from Heaven. God’s Ark was born by two poles overlaid with gold and the Gaia ark is carried by two poles referred to as unicorn horns.
God’s ark resided in the Holy of Holies in the Temple. Gaia’s ark has been carried to many places in the world for ceremonies, usually on Earth Day, but its overseers hope its final resting place will someday be the meditation room in the United Nations Building. The greatest difference between the two arks is that God’s Presence was manifested upon His ark and Gaia’s ark is made of dead wood and no power is discernable. The Golden Ark of the Bible represents a covenant with God Almighty, Creator of the Universe, while Gaia’s ark is a symbol of defiance of that God and directs all to worship the creation rather than the Creator. The Ark of Hope is based on man’s hope that he can “fix” everything in the world by his own power.
Political correctness has outlawed the teaching of anything Christian in American schools, but it’s critical to note that Gaia, presented as environmentalism, is being taught in our schools and universities at all grade levels. Notice that children are used to make the temenos books and masks and figures of children are painted on the side of the ark of Gaia. Brainwashing humans from birth is the plan for spreading Gaia worship throughout the planet without using force or violence.
Metta Earth Institute, A Center for Contemplative Ecology
“Toward a Sustainable World: The Earth Charter in Action,” by Cameron Davis and Sally Linder
Teachers from Indiana, USA to Johannesburg, South Africa embraced the project as a means to relate their curriculums to a global expression of sustainability and non-violence. One Temenos Book’s accordion pages unfold in long trains of painted oceans and jungles teeming with endangered species; another has paintings of trees watered by clouds while birds fly amongst sari, chador, and jean clad children skipping rope. Its last page displays a huge hand touching big red lips with the caption, “Let Our Smiles Touch One Another.” Crafting hand-dyed felt covered books, 900 children in one Vermont school witnessed their connection with farmers, sheep, wool, vegetables, and the world community. Older students added another link by using their Temenos Books to educate local governments about the Earth Charter; encouraging its endorsement by twenty-two Vermont towns. University students unleashed their own creative ways to introduce the Earth Charter; beating drums, wearing costumes, and zooming into schools and cafes on roller blades.
Connect the dots: Earth Charter, temenos books, in our schools and local governments. This is NOT just “take care of our planet”. This is FULL BLOWN GAIA PAGAN IDOL WORSHIP disguised as environmentalism because its adherents know that people will not put up with replacing their own religious beliefs in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, atheism or political correctness. However, Buddism and Hinduism is embracing Gaia worship.
Maurice Strong has said, “The real goal of the Earth Charter is that it will in fact become like the Ten Commandments.”
And, The Los Angelos Times, May 8, 1997
“Do not do unto the environment of others what you do not want done to your own environment…My hope is that this charter will be a kind of Ten Commandments, a ‘Sermon on the Mount’, that provides a guide for human behavior toward the environment in the next century.” Mikhail Gorbachev. He also said,
“Cosmos is my God. Nature is my God.” PBS Charlie Rose Show, October 23, 1996
There is no more time to do nothing.