I. Introduction

A. The Biblical Warning of World-Wide Deception

B. The Universal Vision of a Rebellious Mankind

II. The Human Potential Movement

A. The Aquarian Conspiracy, Marilyn Ferguson

1. A rallying cry for Transformation

2. 1987 edition: Forward by John Naisbitt

3. Ferguson’s Survey of New Age Leaders

One question: Name the individuals whose ideas had influenced them. The names that were most often mentioned were:

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, C.G. Jung, Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, Aldous Huxley

B. The Four Forces of Psychology

1. Psychoanalytical – Sigmund Freud

2. Behavioral – B.F. Skinner

3. Humanistic – Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, Eric Fromm

Self-Actualization, Hierarchy of Needs, Self-Image Psychology

4. Transpersonal – Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers

The Science of Spirituality

C. The New Age Catalogue

D. The National Commission on Human Resources, Legislation for

Senators Claiborne Pell and Albert Gore

The Ruler’s manipulation of the masses is nothing new.

III. The Rulers of This World

A. History: Rulers in Rebellion


Garden of Eden Emperor Charlemagne – AD 768 League of Nations -1920
Tower of Babel Holy Roman Empire – 1st Reich – AD 962 Hitler and Stalin – Opposites
Pyramids, Paganism, Shamanism everywhere Crusades,Knights Templar and

De Molay,

Popes, Kings – 1200

World War II – 1939
Egypt – 3000 BC The New World – 1492 United Nations – 1945
Babylon – 2000 BC American Revolution -1776Boston Tea Party -1773 Communists and Capitalists”Opposites” , Synthesis
Medo-Persian Empire – 500 BC French Revolution -1789 Perestroika – New Thinking – Restructuring – Synthesis
Greece – 479 BC Emperor Napoleon – 1799 Free market Socialism ,
Global Democracy
Roman Empire – Pax Romana – 27 BC to
AD 476 – to the present?
German Empire – 2nd Reich – 1871 United State of Europe – 1992
Emperor Constantine – AD 306
Pontifex Maximus
World War I – 1914 Pax Universalis – the New World Order – Revived Roman Empire
Roman Catholicism – Pope Gregory AD 590 Pontifex Maximus
The Roman Empire continues
Bolshevik Revolution – 1917 The Blessed Hope
Like a thief in the night (1Thessalonians 5:2)


B. Political Power of the Rulers – Niccolo Machiavelli (1469 – 1527)

1. The Purpose of Political Power

2. Morals and Ethics

3. Opposites

4. Manipulation, Deceit, Murder

5. Machiavelli influenced G.W.F Hegel

C. Upward Towards Perfection – G.W.F Hegel (1770-1831)

1. Hegelian philosophy the basis for: Marxism, Nazism, Fascism, and Western Progressive philosophy and social engineering.

2. Progressive Realization of Spirit

3. Opposites in Conflict

The Hegelian Dialectic: Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis

D. Using Opposites – Powerful People – Destiny

1. Polarizing people into opposite groups – stop thinking for yourself

2. Control both sides – synthesis

3. Greek Philosophy, Yin-Yang

4. Satan comfortable on both sides of every human issue

5. Christians sanctified and set apart – Joshua 5:13-15

E. Not Conspiracy Theories but Planning

IV. Truth or Idolatry

A. If anyone would be my disciple… – Matthew 16:24

B. Abide in the Vine – John 15:5

C. Be a Berean – Acts 17:11

D. Lovers of the Truth – 2 Thessalonians 2:9

E. The Blessed Hope – Titus 2:12-14

V. Synthesizing the Evangelicals

A. New World Order Niceness

B. Unity

C. Christian Utopian Visions

D. False Gospels

VI. The Next Part: The New World Order – Part I