Yesterday, right after I posted here, I was going through a box of my father's stuff (I've been helping him clean up) and I pulled out a book entitled En Route to Global Occupation: A High Ranking Government Liaison Exposes the Secret Agenda for World Unification
by Gary Kah (obviously Christian as there is lots of quoted scripture but I know nothing about him), copyright 1992
I started reading it and couldn't put it down, because it presciently addressed my concerns about the true role of this pope. The author's--at one time, a government insider--main focus is the role of the Freemasonry, the New Age Movement, Club of Rome, CFR, Trilateral Commission, United Nations, etc., and a less well-known organization called the World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA) http://worldparliament-gov.org/about-the-wcpa/
and the false ecumenical /interfaith unity being promoted by the World Council of Churches.
In one chapter, "America's Shadow Government", p. 65, he wonders where global headquarters might be and asks the question, "Is New York destined for destruction?"
Having gained some idea of America's role in building the New World Order, the only remaining question I had was "What will happen to the U.S. once it has fulfilled its mission?" There is some disagreement among researchers on this question. Some believe that once we have entered the New World Order, Europe will be made the headquarters of the world government Others believe that the seat of power for the world government will be in the United States, specifically in New York City.
As things currently stand, New York would be the logical choice to be the world's capital, given the fact that it is the most powerful and influential city in the world and that the United Nations, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission are all headquartered there. However, the secret hierarchy of Europe, which is still ultimately in charge, might have different plans. If they intend to locate the world capital in Europe, they will find a way to do so. Such a decision, however, would probably involve either the economic devastation or physical destruction of New York City. This could be accomplished in several ways-economically, through a planned collapse of the stock market or a severe depression resulting from our excessive national debt; or physically, as an act of terrorism, as a nuclear "accident," or through a limited nuclear war. Whatever method would be selected, the European hierarchy, I believe, would be capable of carrying it out.
Is New York destined for destruction? I don't know the answer to this question, nor do I wish such a fate upon the people of that city. However, the parallels between New York and the great, but wicked, city described as Mystery Babylon in Revelation 17 and 18 are difficult to ignore. I can only hope these passages are describing something else.
While New York wasn't completely destroyed, the destruction of its towers certainly moved the NWO agenda forward.
Anyway, back to the necessity of creating of a world religion and the possible role of the pope. The author connects the current new age movement to Freemasonry which he traces back to the ancient mystery religions and explains how the public has been subtly conditioned by recent religious leaders, who increasingly promote interfaithism, the belief that all religions are pathways to the same God, the merging of all the world's major religions under one umbrella. This false unity, this widespread acceptance of this view, he claims, is a crucial precondition for merging humanity into a system of world government.
"Without the existence of a synthetic global religion capable of uniting the religions of the world under a single umbrella, it would be impossible for the conspirators to succeed. Freemasonry [and its numerous tentacles] provides this umbrella. It has already succeeded in preparing a significant portion of our world's population to embrace its universalist worldview.
Once again, if we trusted that the establishment had our best interest at heart, these promoted concepts of peace and unity sound lovely. Wouldn't it be nice if we could all get along? However, considering the past and current behavior of our lovely
powers that were/be, I don't see how anyone can even consider their motives are anything but sinister. As the author states, "evil will go forth in the name of goodness."
The religion of the New Age, simply put, is pantheism-the belief that God is the sum total of all that exists. According to pantheists, there is no personal God, instead their concept of God consists of what they refer to as a god-force (or life-force). They teach that this energy, or god-force, flows through all living things-plants, animals, human beings. Since this god-force flows through all of us, they rationalize, we must therefore be gods or, at least, part of God. Because of this belief, most pantheists will automatically support the concept of a one-world government since global unity is essential to the proper flow of the god-force. Humanity will then, presumably, lake a "quantum leap" to a higher level of existence. The result will be that all humans will suddenly receive mystical powers to do what they could never do before. A new age of enlightenment- a New World Order-will be born.
In other words, Christianity--the deity of Christ--must die, and who better to kill it than the Pope?