The Occult Connections to the United Nations - Part 5

in #christianity3 years ago (edited)

Continuing from Part 4...

Quick Review

In "Part 4" we covered some of the key strategies the UN will use to achieve their agenda:

  • Insert their Luciferian philosophy into the Education systems for the school as early as possible.
  • Control the food around the world.
  • Create a new world economic system that the can control.
  • Unite all religions together and "tame" the religious fundamentalists (Islam and Protestant Christians).

The Pope: The Spokesman for the UN!

Per Muller,

"We must hope that the Pope will come before the year 2,000 to the United Nations, speak for all the religions and spiritualitics on the planet and give the world the religious view of how the third millennium should be spiritual millennium, a millennium which will see the integration and harmony of humanity..." [1]

"The world's major religions must speed up dramatically their ecumenical movement and recognize the unity of their objectives in the diversity of their cults. Religions must actively cooperate to bring to unprecedented heights a better understanding of the mysteries of life and of our place in the universe. 'My religion, right or wrong,' and 'My nation, right or wrong' must be abandoned forever in the planetary age." [2]

According to Former Israeli President Shimon Peres,

" In fact, perhaps he (Pope Francis) is the only leader who is truly respected” in the world, said M.r Peres,"

“What we need is an unquestionable moral authority who says out loud, ‘No. God doesn't want this and doesn’t allow it,'” he added.

"Mr. Peres said Pope Francis would be the best person to head such a world body because “perhaps for the first time in history, the Holy Father is a leader who’s respected, not just by a lot of people, but also by different religions and their representatives.” [13]

Along with The Church of England, and Jewish leaders...the Islam leader, Imam Mohamed Magid of the Islamic Society of North America said,

..."Muslims should heed the Pope’s call..." [14]

Worldwide, we see the different religions of the world coming together to show support for the Pope as the only person fit for the job because of his moral character and his view that we all worship the same god.

According to CNN, how does the "Secular" world feel about this new Pope?

"Pope Francis may be the head honcho of the world's largest Christian church, but since he stepped into the papacy in March 2013, he's captured hearts across religious -- and even nonreligious -- lines."[15]

I think it's pretty clear the world is "wondering after" the Pope, who sees himself as the one who through his words will unite us. He believes it so much that he's even making a movie about himself and how he will unite the world by "his word."


What does the Bible say?

John 14:6

Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

1 Timothy 2:5

For there is one God, and there is one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus,

John 11:25 (ESV)25 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live,

Do we see the Pope's echoing similar values as the occult UN?

1. New World Economic Order?

2. Unity of All Religions?

3. "Taming" of Fundamentalists

1. New World Economic Order

According to Reuters article titled, "Pope calls for new economic order, criticizes capitalism",

Pope Francis on Thursday urged the downtrodden to change the world economic order, denouncing a “new colonialism” by agencies that impose austerity programs and calling for the poor to have the “sacred rights” of labor, lodging and land. [5]

Pope Francis further adds,

" This system is by now intolerable: farm workers find it intolerable, laborers find it intolerable, communities find it intolerable, peoples find it intolerable … The earth itself – our sister, Mother Earth, as Saint Francis would say – also finds it intolerable,” [6]

Pope Benedict, according to Reuters:

"Pope Benedict called on Tuesday for a “world political authority” to manage the global economy and for more government regulation of national economies to pull the world out of the current crisis and avoid a repeat." [8]

He says further,

Benedict said “there is an urgent need of a true world political authority” whose task would be “to manage the global economy; to revive economies hit by the crisis; to avoid any deterioration of the present crisis and the greater imbalances that would result.”

Such an authority would have to be “ regulated by law” and “would need to be universally recognized and to be vested with the effective power to ensure security for all, regard for justice, and respect for rights.” [9]

Ok, based on the above I would say the UN and Popes see "eye-to-eye" on their view for a need to "someone" to control the world economy.

2. Unity of All Religions.

The last several years have been very big years for the Pope and his agenda to unite all religions together. In this video, we see Pope Francis making the argument that we all believe in God and he is the same God...we just worship him differently.

"Many think differently, feel differently, seeking God or meeting God in different ways." "...there is only one certainty we have for all: we are all children of God." [11]

The Pope is saying we all serve the same God, but do we?

  • Islam teaches Jesus never died
  • Judaism teaches Jesus never rose from the dead
  • Christians believe Jesus did and rose from the dead

Can we all be right at the same time? No, of course not. What does the Bible say about those who deny Him?

1 John 2:23

Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father: (but) he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also.

The Pope even includes those of no faith at all...Atheists. This is how far he will go for the sake of "inclusion." He says even Atheists, who do not even acknowledge a God will go to heaven!

According to Huntington Post:

Pope Francis went further in his sermon to say:


“The Lord created us in His image and likeness, and we are the image of the Lord, and He does good and all of us have this commandment at heart: do good and do not do evil. All of us. ‘But, Father, this is not Catholic! He cannot do good.’ Yes, he can... “The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone! ‘Father, the atheists?’ Even the atheists. Everyone!”.. We must meet one another doing good. ‘But I don’t believe, Father, I am an atheist!’ But do good: we will meet one another there.”

So if you're good, no matter what religion you follow or don't follow...whether you like it or're going to heaven. What the Pope offers is the most complete package you can offer the world.

Question: How can you live a "good" and "Godly" life unless we know what the Bible says? What is good for one person may be bad to another, therefore it's subjective. Society can't dictate what is good, because if so, Hitler was must have been doing good too, right? I know that's a bit extreme, but it serves the point that you can't just follow your heart to know what is morally right. There has to be some set of rules outside of oneself to tell us what is moral, like the 10 Commandments.

How about the Popes ecumenical work with the Protestants?

With the Papacy realizing that they can't use the Jesuits to destroy the Protestants from the outside, they devised the "ecumenical" strategy, which is to seek for enough "common ground" to reunite the children back to the mother church. They make sure to frame the argument, in such a way that if you're still "protesting" then your in favor of division, which is of the Devil.

According to the article:

Pope Francis has called for unity among evangelicals, Catholics, and Christians from other denominations, emphasizing that "we are one in Christ" and warning that division between the groups is the work of the devil.

"Division is the work of the 'Father of Lies,' 'the Father of Discord,' who does everything possible to keep us divided," Francis said in a video message to a gathering sponsored by the John 17 Movement, according to Catholic Herald. [24]

What did Jesus say about "Division?" [32]

Associated Press: Pope Urges Lutherans to set aside doctrine to work together

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis is urging Lutherans to set aside doctrinal differences and work with Catholics to care for the poor, the sick and refugees as he lays out his vision for greater communion ahead of his visit to Sweden later this month.

Why is the "Christian Leader of the World" asking other Christians to pay no attention to doctrine?

1 Timothy 4:16

Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee.

Romans 16:17

Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them.

Titus 2:1

But speak thou the things which become sound doctrine:

1 Timothy 4:13

Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine.

2 John 1:9-111

  1. Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son.
  2. If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed:
  3. For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.

Pope and President of Lutheran World Foundation sign a joint statement.

“Rather than conflicts of the past, God’s gift of unity among us shall guide cooperation and deepen our solidarity”

"During his visit to Sweden in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Pope Francis and Bishop Munib Yunan, President of the Lutheran World Federation, signed a Joint Declaration.

This signing of the document is a big "signal" to the rest of the world by the Vatican that the "Protest" is over, therefore you are now Catholic. Now, along with the Lutherans, you also have the Anglican church who have signed similar documents.

The Church of England


The Church of England has said Protestants should "repent of their part in perpetuating divisions" - 500 years after the Reformation began the split from the Roman Catholic Church in Europe. [28]

A statement from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York has said the split caused "lasting damage" to the unity of the Church - something that contradicted the teaching of Jesus and left a "legacy of mistrust and competition".

It went on to say: "Such repentance needs to be linked to action aimed at reaching out to other churches and strengthening relationships with them."

In a joint declaration issued after the service in October, the two leaders said they were "undeterred" from seeking unity between the two denominations.

Basically, we, Protestants are sinning by continuing our "protest" and we should seek forgiveness for the damage we have done.

Pentecostal Church

Under the Presidency of Kenneth Copeland, he has many made public declarations in favor of

uniting with Rome. This is something that would have been absolutely unheard of 50 years ago for both his church and the Anglican Church.

He says repeatedly,

"...Why we wanna be known as the "Protesters?" That was 500 hundred years ago!..."

"...division is of the Devil"

He accepts and encourages the rest of the Protestant Baptist churches to join in this "unity" under the pressure that not doing so is not showing the world love. He argues that its Gods will that we return back to Rome. The biggest worry Pastor Copeland had about joining the Catholic church was whether or not he'd have to wear the Catholic priestly robes or not.

Rick Warren

Some of you may know him by his book titled, "The Purpose Driven Life." He's a huge evangelical Baptist pastor known around the world.

According to the article:

Evangelical pastor Rick Warren, who leads the eighth largest church in America, Saddleback Church, and is the author of the hugely popular book The Purpose Driven Life, said that Protestants and Catholics must form a “unity of missions” to defend the sanctity of life, sex, and the family, stressing that, “If you love Jesus, we’re on the same team.”

We have far more in common than what divides us,” said Pastor Warren in an interview with Catholic News Service. “When you talk about Pentecostals, charismatics, evangelicals, fundamentalists, Catholics, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, on and on, they would all say we believe in the Trinity.”

“We believe in the Bible,” he continued. “We believe in the resurrection; we believe in salvation through Jesus Christ. These are the big issues.” [33]

Essentially, he's also saying that doctrine does not matter. We should focus on the things we have in common and unite based on that...which is a VERY unbiblical position to take.

The list goes on with the number of Protestant churches claiming the need to return back to the mother church.

3. The "Taming" of Fundamentalists

I think we can all agree that ISIS, Taliban, Al-Qaeda and Boko Haram are all dangerous groups that the world should strive and work hard to eliminate. They are pure evil and feel completely justified in killing innocent people in the name of their religion and they inspire others to join them in doing the same.

This form of evil needs to be universally condemned by the world.


Are the terrorist groups above the only, equally evil, groups the Pope worries about? How does the Pope define what a "Fundamentalist" is?

"A fundamentalist group, even if it kills no one, even it strikes no one, is violent. The mental structure of fundamentalism is violence in the name of God." [20]

Fundamentalism is a sickness that is in all religions...” [21]

Colonel Thomas Hammes,


speaking at the Centre for Asymetric Warefare, Georgia University says:

External actors need to be eliminated. These guys that are coming in are the most dangerous of all because they are true believers. And true believers, whether they are Muslim, Christian or a Marine are dangerous people, because there is no other way, other than their way...and you've got to eliminate them. [22]

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary:

Definition of fundamentalism

  1. a. often capitalized : a movement in 20th century Protestantism emphasizing the literally interpreted Bible as fundamental to Christian life and teaching
    b. the beliefs of this movement
    c. adherence to such beliefs a minister noted for his strict fundamentalism
  2. A movement or attitude stressing strict and literal adherence to a set of basic principles Islamic fundamentalism political fundamentalism

Be careful, if you believe in the 6-day creation, the virgin birth or the resurrection of Jesus Christ...then you must be eliminated. And according to the Pope, if you say that "...nobody comes to the Father except through Him..." then you are an offense to other religions and you are violent.

In Conclusion

I don't present this information so that you will fear what's coming, but instead, so you can be prepared and know what's coming and who's behind it all.

Revelation 13:2-3

2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.

3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.

We know the Papacy has said many times of the wound the Protestants have given them and this wound is nearly healed. We already see the world " wondering" after him. We see Protestants changing, though the Papacy has remained the same, unchanged in their doctrine. Just like the leopard that cannot change its spots, the Papacy will remain the same today as they were 2,000 years ago.

The choice is simple...

Joshua 24:15

"...choose this day whom you will serve..."

If you missed it, catch up on the previous posts

Part 1: Early "Movers and Shakers" of the UN
Part 2: The Occult Influencers of the UN
Part 3: The UN Chaplain and Hints on Who Is In Charge
Part 4: Key Strategies to Their Agenda

[1] Texe Marrs, "New Agers Meet to Plan World Takeover," Flashpoint (January 1990), p.1; Rhae Fulmer, Teri Jeter, and Wanda Riner, "Robert Muller's Vision for 2000 A.D.," The Christian Conscience (May 1995, Vol1 No.5.), p.35
[2] Robert Muller. New Genesis: Shaping of Global Spirituality (Garden City, New York: Image Books, 1984), p.75.
[3] [Pope Urges Forming New World Economic Order to Work for the ‘Common Good’](
[4] Image: Pope Francsis #1
[5] Reuters: Pope calls for new economic order, criticizes capitalism
[6] Ibid
[7] Ibid
[8] Reuters: Pope calls for a "global authority" on economy
[9] Ibid
[10] VOA News: Pope Urges All Religions to Unite for Peace, Justice
[11] YouTube: Pope Francis' prayer intentions for January 2016
[12] Ibid
[13] Catholic Herald News: Shimon Peres: Francis is a more powerful peace advocate than UN
[14] Time Magazine: Faith Leaders Stand With Pope Francis on Climate Change
[15] CNN: The Pope: Not just for Catholics anymore
[16] Huffington Post: Pope Francis Says Atheists Who Do Good Are Redeemed, Not Just Catholics
[17] Image: Super Scholars Website
[18] The Guardian:Catholics and Lutherans sign joint declaration 'accepting common path
[19] The Guardian: Catholic and Protestant leaders unite to mark start of Reformation
[20] Pope Condemns Religions Fundamentalism, Middle East Violence
[21] Pope Francis criticises ‘fundamentalist’ Catholics
[22] Center for Asymmetric Warfare Georgetown 2006 Pt 4/12. (Timestamp: 1:42-2:00)
[23] Ibid
[24] Pope Francis Calls for Unity Between Evangelicals, Catholics: 'Division Is the Work of Devil'
[25] Pope urges Lutherans to set aside doctrine to work together
[26] Ibid
[27] Common Lutheran-Catholic Declaration Signed in Sweden
[28] 'Unity' call on Reformation anniversary
[29] Ibid
[30] Youtube:Pope Francis Sends Video Message to Kenneth Copeland - Lets Unite
[31] Kenneth Copeland calls for end of Protestant Reformation (2017)
[32] Image: BibleGateway
[33] Rick Warren: Protestants, Catholics Must Unite to Defend Life, Sex, Marriage – ‘We’re on the Same Team’
[34] Image: Rick Warren
[35] Youtube movie Trailer: Pope Francis - A Man of His Word
[36] Ibid


As of now no enough time to read your post, I just save it to read later, hope it will be useful as before

Yeah, it's a good read for sure. Kinda long I know...sorry. I always start out thinking it's going to be short'ish....and then it just keeps growing. I actually had more to say...but I figure I should just stop.

Good job again:) Upvote for You

Thank you, appreciate the support!

Nice write up

The spirit of the antichrist is not the opposite of Christ but like christ but not Christ. Like Christ in appearance only. Years ago I heard the voice of God tell me to keep an eye on major ministries that the name of the ministry is after the leader or minister. And watch for said ministries that join hands with the pope. All of this to head the world into one world religion, one wotld economy and one world government.
Great post! Important warnings! The first black pope (jesuit) to become a white pope.
Thank you!

Thanks for the comment. I think people also forget the purpose of why Jesuits exist. I think I might make that my next post. They have been trying to change the narrative of what it means to be a Jesuit to be something noble. They forget, they only have one aim in life, one mission, which is to get rid of Protestants. They are the counter-reformation.

I will be interested in reading this!

I am so glad that I have found you through your comment @forgodsglory. All Christians need to hear this information that you are giving through as you say, not to fear, but to know what is coming! Thank you for warning us. May God bless you abundantly!

Thanks! It'really important to raise awareness for two main reasons.

  1. It serves as a warning so that we can prepare spiritually.
  2. It validates prophecy and encourages us on the validity of Gods word.

All of Gods prophecies come true... it's up to us to watch for the signs.

Fascinating! And great job with the in-depth research; I can tell you put a lot of time and effort into this. :-)

Thanks, I put MANY days into this...mostly because of my schedule. But I'm glad I'm done with this "series." Hopefully, some will find this useful information.

Rick Warren – unlike Joel Osteen – is hard to detect. Very subtle; not obvious. I felt that Osteen was wrong (that was a long time ago) but in regard to Warren, I was just too naive for his tact and deception I guess.

There's another funny guy. Todd Bently (don't know if I spelled it correctly). I think he's beyond obvious.

OK, just one question: could you write something about Ravi Zacharias. Pretty decent dude he is, I guess. But sometimes he's also factually incorrect, if I'm not gravely mistaken.

Your blog posts, I'll read them more. Keep up your good work.


WOW! I just love the rectangular box. Is it an image file or some kind of a coding thing? Thanks!

Yeah, I could add Ravi to my list of ideas haha! I've seen some of his videos and I like them for the most part. The area where I've personally seen where he's factually incorrect is with issues of doctrine...but a lot of pastors/churches fall into that category. I don't think he does it out of malicious purposes, just out of tradition and lack of knowledge.

What specifically have you seen him say that drew your suspicions?

Also, the graphics to my banner tool a lot of "trial and error." Someone had made a post about the dimensions needed to get it to look right. I'll see if I can find it. :-)

I'll also say, as you stated, that Ravi... he does it not out of "malicious purposes, just out of tradition and lack of knowledge". That may be the more accurate way of putting it.

Perhaps it's a non issue. He said, Apostal Thomas (the doubting Thomas of the Bible) CHOSE to come to India; but it's a historically well known thing, I suppose, that Thomas chose NOT to come to India.

Thomas saw a vision in which God commanded him to travel to India, according to the story. He obeyed, ultimately. And he was killed in India.

There are few such other minor misstatements of his at other places, if I'm not mistaken. They aren't deadly sins, just trivial errors I think.

I apologize for my late response. And thank you for your kind reply.

Hi @rightscomet, at some point, I will do a post on what things I think most Protestant churches do wrong and don't even know it and things they teach. Things that were simply carried on from tradition and never gave it a second thought. Tradition is a hard thing to break when everyone and your friends are doing it. But traditions should never override Bible doctrines.

Also, wanted to add...that some things aren't really worth debating about because it has no real "saving" value. For example, "Flat earth." They like to make this into a thing you have to believe if your Christian and if you want to be saved. That is complete nonsense. And the other thing is, "knowing" what the truth is doesn't save you either. The Devil knows the Bible better than we do. Will he be saved because he knows? No. The only difference then becomes, does he obey? No, he will not obey. That is the big distinction between the Devil and Gods people.

When I can find more time I want to do write about that and about traditions. I have sooo much I want to write about...but never have enough time.

It's kinda scary to realize, ultimately, that we're to obey what we know is the truth – there's this major, major temptation to lower our standard and compare ourselves to the world, as opposed to the scripture, and say, "Oh I'm not as bad as they are/I'm already good enough", which thus far has been my personal bad habit, or pitfall, also, in a life not that different from a secular person's.

You have an interesting topic for your upcoming post, I'll say; I'm looking forward to the privilege of reading it soon.

Wonderful post!

Thanks, glad you enjoyed it.

Really good. Thanks for sharing. God bless you

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As an argentinian I can say that this Pope have donde some worldwide excpetional things, but... how ca I say it, in a politicall way he seems to be acting under political interest that differ WAY from what he's suposed.
Other that that it's been a nice reading.
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When a Presidental Candidate in the United States runs for office, he visits many states and cities to show he cares about the people there. The Pope has been actively visiting many cities around the world in the past 2 years, almost as if he's running for office as well. Now, as a Jesuit, he's not even supposed to be a Pope, but that's another story. And I do appreciate all the good work he's done. Unfortunalty, the Bible teaches us that we're not saved by works and just because you claim to do things in the name of God, does'nt mean he "knows" us.

Matthew 7:21-23

I Never Knew You

21 “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. 22 Many will say to Me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many wonders in Your name?’ 23 And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness!’

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