What is considered New Age

The New Age Movement is rampant throughout the world.  imageNew Age philosophies are demonic and many Christians are deceived through clever disguises.  There are a couple of HUGE problems with  new age.  One, New Age Practices are based on the principle of the person being a god.  They do not worship GOD, who created us, but worship themselves, nature, and the earth, which they call Mother Earth.  Second, by allowing new age practices to be done on you or you, yourself, participating in new age practices, the demons have been invited in to your mind and body.

Have you ever noticed that there are groups of people in hospitals who will come to your room and ask you if you want prayer?  Well, who wouldn’t want prayer when you are sick.  The prayer they use however is not from God.  They call it “healing hands”, “Reiki”, “Therapeutic Touch”, and “Hands of Light”.  These methods are based on energy-channeling.  Healing does not take place by God who is the Healer but by demons.  These healings do not last and in most cases cause worse problems down the road.  For more on these types of new age healings  here.

What is the New Age Movement:

The expression “New Age” came into existence in the 1970s and 1980s. It was promoted by the circulation of the New Age Journal and a book by Mark Satin called New Age Politics. Marilyn Ferguson’s best-selling Aquarian Conspiracy was a presentation of the social agenda and philosophical vision of the New Age. Ferguson’s writing attained status as the unofficial scripture of the movement. As Russell Chandler, a writer for the Los Angeles Times, wrote in Understanding the New Age, “If Ferguson wrote the New Age ‘Bible,‘ Shirley MacLaine is its high priestess.”

Shirley MacLaine’s book, Out on a Limb, chronicles her reluctant conversion to New Age belief. This book describes her travels and studies, which include science fiction-like dimensions, out-of-body travel, contact with extraterrestrial beings, “trance channeling” (séances), and a “guided tour” of the unseen world. MacLaine’s second book, Dancing in the Light, tells about her reach into the world of yoga, reincarnation, crystal power, Hindu mantras, and past-life recall experiences mediated through acupuncture. Her spirit guides informed her that each individual is God, and she passed along the “wisdom” that the person is unlimited. One only has to realize it. (Chandler, page 6-2).

Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/new-age-movement.html#ixzz3UguohaGS

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Getting into “Fairys” is very new age.  In fact I have a story here for you.  I have a friend who told me she became involved in Fairys around the time she was in college, or sometime thereafter.  But, once she got married and had children she was still spending time reading all these different books on fairys.  One night, her husband was out of town, she layed all her books out on the bed.  Around midnight she heard someone coming up the stairs.  What startled her, was that in the doorway of her bedroom was a demonic figure looking at her.  She started to say the “Our Father” and didn’t quit saying that prayer until the demon left.  When her husband returned the next day she told him about her visitor.  They then gathered up all the books and put them in the fire pit and burned them.   What is so sad is that I just looked at Amazon and they have numerous books on fairys for children.

Harry Potter is not any better.  In fact, another friend of mine went to a conference in Florida a few years ago.  At this conference an ex-satanist was there with a Priest talking about the Harry Potter books.  He told the audience that those are real spells in those books and just having them in your home causes demonic disturbances.  Get rid of all Harry Potter books.  satan is so clever.  What does the Lord say about this:

“There shall not be found among you anyone who …practices witchcraft, or a soothsayer, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, or one who conjures spells, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead. For all who do these things are an abomination to the LORD, and because of these abominations the LORD your God drives them out from before you. You shall be blameless before the LORD your God. For these nations which you will dispossess listened to soothsayers and diviners; but as for you, the LORD your God has not appointed such for you.”
Deut. 18:10-14

High level witches believe that there are seven satanic princes and that the seventh, which is assigned to Christians, has no name. In coven meetings, he is called “the nameless one.” In the Harry Potter books, there is a character called “Voldemort.” The pronunciation guide says of this being “He who must not be named.” On July 8 at midnight, bookstores everywhere were stormed by millions of children to obtain the latest and fourth book of the series known as “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” These books were taken into homes everywhere with a real evil spirit following each copy to curse those homes. July 8th was also the 18th day (three sixes in numerology 666) from the witches’ sabat of midsummer. July 8th was also the 13th day from the signing of the United Religions Charter in San Francisco. Now we have learned that the public school system is planning to use the magic of Harry Potter in the classrooms making the public schools centers of witchcraft training.  More here.

If a person dabbles with psychic phenomena [spiritism, seances, levitation, necromancy, astral projection, table lifting, handwriting analysis, automatic type writing, visionary dreams, telepathy, materialization, clairvoyance, ghosts, healing magnetism, mental suggestion, speaking in a trance, amateur hypnosis, self-hypnosis, fortune-telling of any kind, tarot cards, palm reading, biorhythm, rod and pendulum (dowsing), horoscopes and astrology, Ouija Boards, witchcraft whether white, black, or gray, voodoo or joojoo, blood pacts, sorcery, love potions, fetishes, magic charming and talismans, eastern religions, Zoroastrian, Bahai faith, Freemasonry, Mysticism, transcendental meditation, Zen, Buddhism, karate, I-Ching, yoga, reincarnation, ESP, telepathy, hypnosis, scientology, the writings of mystics, and psychics such as Jean Dixon, Edgar Cayce and incubi , succubi (sexual spirits) and others….] which are so widely accepted today, they can expect to be invaded by these spirits. They have opened up the door.

As our defenses are dropped by our meddling curiosity, occult spirits can and will enter in and establish themselves. These are the spirits which travel to the third and fourth generations through the parents (inheritance) because consorting with them breaks the first commandment by contacting another god. A curse from God results. (Deuteronomy 18:9-12) and (Exodus 20:3-5) More here.

Reflexology:

Those who practice reflexology hypothesize that the body contains an energy field, invisible life force, or Qi, the blockage of which can prevent healing. Reflexology, although seemingly innocent, is rooted in anti-biblical and un-Christian Eastern beliefs, and has been rejected by modern science for lack of empirical proof of its claims. Reflexology, which the New Age movement has made popular, is based on the idea that there is a cosmic energy inside of everything, including our bodies. This energy is the very “material” of both creation and deity, and when in proper balance and focus, humans can supposedly realize personal divinity for themselves. Such a belief in personal divinity, or an acceptance of other religions and beliefs, though, rejects the God of the Bible (Exodus 20:3).

Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/reflexology-Christian.html#ixzz3Uh8RmgYb

Accupuncture

But most practitioners tap into the underlying belief in tao-ying-yang, and agreeing with the Vatican was famed non-denominational Christian deliverance expert Derek Prince, who in a book entitled They Shall Expel Demons wrote that: “Another occult practice that opens the door to demons is acupuncture. Some physicians and other medical personnel today justify its use on the ground that ‘it works!’ But an analysis of its occult background reveals that acupuncture will never ultimately promote the well-being of those who submit to it.” He cited the following warning from a Chinese doctor who said:

“About eight years ago, at a retreat in Singapore, God spoke to me about the dangers of acupuncture and its link to the occult, especially its inseparable origin with traditional Chinese medicine. I immediately renounced my practice of acupuncture — a skill I learned in Hong Kong and practiced successfully for five years.

“As soon as I came back home, I announced to my startled staff of doctors, nurses, and patients that acupuncture is dangerous and that I had renounced it and would not practice it anymore. I gathered all my machines, needles, books, diploma, and charts and made a great bonfire of them publicly. The total cost of these items was about $15,000 — but the blessings after that were priceless because:

“1. My wife, who had suffered from chronic migraine and had acupuncture, done by me many times before, was immediately healed without medicine or prayer.

“2. My unexplained fear of darkness immediately vanished.

“3. My medical practice, instead of suffering a loss, received a double-fold increase in blessings.

“About three years ago we saw a very unusual case during a healing rally in Kuching, East Malaysia. A Christian lady came forward for prayer regarding her rheumatism. As soon as we started, the Lord gave a word of knowledge that she had submitted herself to acupuncture treatment in the past. She confirmed it, but each time she tried to renounce it, she was thrown onto the floor screaming in severe pain.

“We realized that she was being tormented by demons that had gained entry to her body through acupuncture. After we took authority over the demons and cast them out in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, she was delivered and totally healed. She then told us that each time she had tried to renounce acupuncture, invisible needles began to pierce her over the parts of her body where she had previously submitted herself for treatment.

“Let me end by relating a tragic case. The Christian brother who taught me acupuncture suffered from severe depression and committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. The world does not know the whole truth, because he had everything in life, but I think I know: He came under a curse and paid for it with his life.” (Spiritually.net)

A PARTIAL LIST OF NEW AGE PRACTICES, PRACTITIONERS, AND ORGANIZATIONS

Alpha brain wave training
Lifespring
Astral (out-of-body) experiences
Luciferian initiations
B’ahai Faith
Shirley MacLain
Alice A. Bailey (Theosophical Society)
Meditations (certain programs)
Biofeedback
Edgar Mitchell (Institute of Noetic Sciences)
Biorhythms
Myers-Brigg Type Indicator Workshops
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
Native American sweat lodges (reconstructions)
(founder of the Theosophical Society)
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (Enneagram)
Breathing regimens (certain programs)
“New Age” diets, real estate, and travel
Channeling
“New Age” management training courses
Church Universal and Triumphant (CUT)
Ouija boards
Color healing
Out-of body experiences,
Cryptozoology
including near-death experiences (NDEs)
Crystals and other shapes used for “empowering”
“Past life regression analysis”
Dream Workshops
Positive thinking (certain programs)
Dungeons and Dragons game
Elizabeth Clare Prophet
Erhardt Sensitivity Training (est) Forum Seminars
(Church Universal and Triumphant)
Marilyn Ferguson (biofeedback)
Psychics and ‘psychic surgeons’
Flotation tanks
Pyramidology
Focusing
Reflexology
Fortune telling
Rolfing
Hare Krishna
Rosicrucianism
Holistic health therapy
Ruth Banks’ Quest Schools (Superlearning)
Homeopathy
Scientology
Horoscopes
Silva Mind Control
Barbara Marx Hubbard
David Spangler (‘Luciferian Initiations’)
(New Testament evolutionary)
Spirit guides
Human Potential Seminars
Tarot card reading
Hypnosis and subliminal training tapes
UFOlogy
Institute of Noetic Sciences
Unitarian Universalist Church
“Journey to the Self” Seminars

More information here.

For those of you who believe yoga is ok as long as you are just doing the so called “exercises”, you are being deceived.  Every movement that you make is a posture of worship to one of the Hindu gods.  For more information,  I wrote about yoga here.

If you know of anyone involved in any type of new age activity, please let them know the dangers of doing so.

God Bless!

 

4 Comments

  1. Hi there,

    I have been looking into what acupuncture is all about. I’ve always felt uneasy about it. My husband recently injured his wrist playing tennis. A korean guy at our church keeps pestering him about letting him do acupuncture on it to heal him. (We have strapped it to immobilize it and give it time to rest and heal.)
    The guy pressuring about the acupuncture is a christian.. but as you know there are many varied views different christians have..

    I cannot shake the feeling that acupuncture is not ok. However when I look it up “from a christian” perspective there are so many views, and to me it seems like people are justifying it to suit their needs. To be honest I couldn’t care less if it works or not – if its linked to eastern religions I’m keen to stay away. But then there’s the people who say that it can be practiced without linking it to eastern religions. I’m very skeptical about this, as I don’t believe there is a way to separate yoga from its eastern religions – I believe it should be avoided by christians. But like with the yoga.. so many people try to justify it so they can carry on doing it.

    I just want to know the truth about acupuncture and do what pleases God. What are you’re thoughts? What do I say to people who try and distance acupuncture from its origins?

    Thank you for your article.

    Kind Regards,

    Jollene

    1. Hello Jollene
      Thank you very much. In answer to your question on my thoughts about Acupuncture, I copied a portion of the text from the vatican website on new age. The article is entitled: Jesus Christ the Bearer of the Water of Life: A Christian reflection on the New Age. This article covers many areas of new age methods and acupuncture is listed. I totally agree with you, we need to stay away from all new age types of healing. New Age is demonic, so whenever anyone uses new age methods in healing, they are at best only temporary healing. The worst part is that we have then opened the door of our souls to the demonic. I think if you need to say anything to anyone, send them to this vatican website article. I hope this helps. God Bless.

      There is a remarkable variety of approaches for promoting holistic health, some derived from ancient cultural traditions, whether religious or esoteric, others connected with the psychological theories developed in Esalen during the years 1960-1970. Advertising connected with New Age covers a wide range of practices as acupuncture, biofeedback, chiropractic, kinesiology, homeopathy, iridology, massage and various kinds of “bodywork” (such as orgonomy, Feldenkrais, reflexology, Rolfing, polarity massage, therapeutic touch etc.), meditation and visualisation, nutritional therapies, psychic healing, various kinds of herbal medicine, healing by crystals, metals, music or colours, reincarnation therapies and, finally, twelve-step programmes and self-help groups.(25) The source of healing is said to be within ourselves, something we reach when we are in touch with our inner energy or cosmic energy.

  2. Some of items listed above are indeed dangerous & wrong and some of them there is absolutely nothing wrong or remotely ungodly. Please take the time to intelligently document biblically how are why each & every one of these things are Evil. Especially programs that train human beings to use the brain God gave them. I’m very relieved God led me to practice mindfulness meditation and other ways of disciplining my mind. Just reading the bible and praying and wondering why none of it was working almost caused me to loose faith in God.

    1. I could do as you ask but that would take too much time which i do not have. You may want to remember that the Church has studied all of these and the Pope (Benedict) has written on each and every one of these which is on the vatican website. Your answer can be found there. What are you asking about in particular?

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