Alice Bailey, Robert Muller, and the United Nations

Alice Bailey, Robert Muller, and the United Nations

By Brannon S. Howse

Not surprisingly, Bailey supported the United Nations which, in turn, greatly advance her worldview.  She understood the opportunity offered by the UN:

"The new world religion must be based upon those truths which have stood the test of the ages…they are steadily taking shape in human thinking, and for them the United Nations fights."


And what will this world religion be based on? Pagan spirituality or occultism:

"The spiritual Hierarchy [demons] of the planet, the ability of mankind to contact its Members and to work in cooperation with Them, and the existence of the greater Hierarchy of spiritual energies of which our tiny planetary sphere is a part—these are the three truths upon which the coming world religion may be based."

This worldview found a devoted adherent in Robert Muller who, in 1948, entered and won an essay contest on "how to govern the world." The prize was an internship at the newly created United Nations. Muller spent more than 40 years at the United Nations and eventually became the assistant secretary-general. He was one of the organization’s most powerful insiders, responsible for setting up 11 different UN agencies. Among Muller’s numerous books were The Birth of Global Civilization, My Testament to the UN, and New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality, and he helped create the UN-endorsed global education program known as The World Core Curriculum which America and numerous other countries have incorporated into their educational systems. His education agenda won for Muller the designation "Father of Global Education."

Muller also established a school in Arlington, Texas, based on the teachings of Alice Bailey. Though often referred to as the Robert Muller School, the preface of The World Core Curriculum clarifies that the Robert Muller School is founded on the ideas of Alice Bailey and The Tibetan:

"The underlying philosophy upon which the Robert Muller School is based will be found in the teachings set forth in the books of Alice A. Bailey by the Tibetan teacher, Djwhal Khul (published by Lucis Publishing Company)."


Are you grasping the magnitude of all this? Muller developed a global education curriculum, in which many American schools are participating, based on the pagan spirituality and globalism of Alice Bailey. Muller’s pronouncement to a group of Canadian school children reflects the influence Alice Bailey has had on his thinking:

"You are not children of Canada, you are really living units of the cosmos because the Earth is a cosmic phenomena…we are all cosmic units. This is why religions tell you, you are divine. We are divine energy…it is in your hands whether evolution on this planet continues or not."

Further, in an obvious acknowledgement of their New Spirituality devotion, Muller and his companion, Barbara Gaughen, refer to themselves as "The Cosmic Couple." As I have pointed out on my radio program many times, the road to globalism has been paved by two tracks, a political one and a spiritual one. Now, these two tracks have merged to become one with help of people like Robert Muller.

The two tracks merge elsewhere as well. Days before Barack Obama was sworn into office as president of the United States, Nobel Peace Prize winner and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, gave an interview on CNBC. Speaking of President-Elect Obama, Kissinger said:

"His task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period when, really, a new world order can be created. It's a great opportunity; it isn't just a crisis."


Does thinking of the crisis as “a great opportunity” sound familiar? Obama's White House chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, told business leaders in a November 2008 meeting that the financial crisis was "an opportunity to do things you could not do before." This, of course, is the same Rahm Emanuel who said, "You never want a serious crisis to go to waste."

Kissinger, Obama, and Emanuel are singing from the same song sheet. But especially troubling is the other voices in the same chorus. Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, is president of the International Foundation for Socio-Economic and Political Studies in Moscow, and he has been pushing a one-world religion and one-world government for years. He has even conducted much of his work right here in America from an office in San Francisco.

On January 1, 2009, Gorbachev wrote a column for the International Herald Tribune. He also seemed gleeful over the financial crisis and the great opportunity for using it to further the globalist agenda:

"The G-20 summit meeting in Washington foreshadowed a new format of global leadership, bringing together the countries responsible for the future of the world economy. And more than just the economy is at stake. …The economic and political balance in the world has changed. It is now a given that a world with a single power center, in any shape or guise, is no longer possible. The global challenge of a financial and economic tsunami can only be met by working together."


Working together for what purpose? Gorbachev explains:

"A new concept is emerging for addressing the crisis at the national and international levels…If current ideas for reforming the world's financial and economic institutions are consistently implemented, that would suggest we are finally beginning to understand the importance of global governance."


A week later, an AP article by Emma Vandore recounted a two-day meeting hosted by French President Nicolas Sarkozy. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who has been extolling a one-world interfaith dialog for years, is also calling for a new financial order based on "values other than the maximum short-term profits." 


In an article Sarkozy, who I believe sees himself as a likely potential one-world supreme leader, proclaimed:

"In the 21st century, there is no longer a single nation who can say what we should do or what we should think… We cannot accept the status quo…In the capitalism of the 21st century, there is room for the state."

When the state moves in, the system ceases to be capitalism, no matter what someone tries to call it. The end of capitalism is the fulfillment of the dream of humanists and socialists. Globalistic philosophy has always been tied to occultism, so don’t be surprised when you see more and more evidence that those calling for globalism practice pagan spirituality. I, and a few others, have predicted for years that a global 

crisis of some kind would be used to implement the freedom-robbing tyranny of global governance.

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