Mormonism and the New Age. Who knew there was a religious side to the New World Order? I read this whole page yesterday on this blogspot
New Age Christianity seeping into Christian churches through meditation, contemplative prayer and mysticism invites deceptive spirits.
Many are being deceived.
It is dangerous to put yourself in a neutral state through meditation because it leaves you as open to false spirits, false Christs, as to true ones, and it might be hard to tell the difference. But this one below is definitely a false one: (quoted from the last para of the link)
“ In the early days of the Fillmore West in San Francisco, LSD was often put in punch bowls of kool aid, while attendants to the concerts could help themselves to the punch and “groove” on the music. LSD is very intense mentally. The drug LSD is probably more responsible than any other factor in bringing about the peace and love wave of the late 60′s and early 70s. We know the confusion that resulted from that era. What most people don’t know, is that LSD was developed in United States government labs as part of the MK Ultra program. There is some evidence that the drug LSD was distributed initially by federal agents to a group of “hippies” calling themselves the “Merry Pranksters,” who followed the band the “Grateful Dead” around the country on their tours. I personally, can testify that LSD was handed out at these concerts.”
Since events from my past have left their mark, I absolutely hate loss. I about go nuts when I lose little things I need, like my tiny little charger for my Linux camera battery. But then when I find it again it gives me such a rush that relief and joy wash over me till I feel like I’m snuggling in a warm micro fiber blanket.
I made a special trip to Lethbridge tonight to find me a new nano. I was relieved when I found on the old sales receipt that the warranty hadn’t expired, so in to Costco I went, hoping they’d exchange it for another one. Costco has succumbed to Best Buy, and no longer carries Apple products. But they showed me on my receipt where the phone number was and said if I would phone, they would guide me through the process.
Over to Best Buy. I was just mad. And the clerk who was helping me was not helping at all. In fact, I found him to be quite annoying. Then after all his looking he sold me the wrong one. At home I dialed the number and a nice man guided me through it, and it worked. My nano is alive again. You have to push the center button AND the menu at the same time to reset it. Tomorrow I’ll return the new generation one that I’m sure would make me mad every time I touched it. And now I’ll turn myself right side out, and get back to thinking about others.
Loss turns me inside out. Are the big ones easier to move through than the little annoying ones? I’ll think about that while snuggling in my blanket tonight. Brain attachments cross over and what is little feels big, and what should be big is unattached. Loss makes a person detach. Finding makes life ah so good.
My iPod nano just died. I loved that thing. I don’t want a new generation nano, but I may be forced as I can’t imagine traveling without one, or being without it in the middle of the night when I need my favorite audio to help me relax and get back to sleep. I don’t need proof that the scriptures are true. I just need nano. As I hear the words and the spirit bears witness all throughout of truth, and fills my soul with peace and hope, I know for absolute certain what I know. Elder Ballard, you said it right.
I just re-read all of this. I was wondering why I had put such a lengthy article, whole, into my blog. I found out. I want every single word, including all the scripture references read over and over again. Lest we forget, it is Remembrance Day today, November 11. We cannot take freedom for granted, as we have my whole life of 62 years. Please comment when you have taken the time to read this.
This is one to refer to every year or so. These are exciting times we live in.