This morning, Irregular Times received an e-mail from Sue, who while using capital letters to warn of a conspiracy to implement the impending North American Union was apparently content to let an advertisement inviting me to “Get a sneak peek of the all-new AOL” get stuck on the bottom of her message.
I was particularly struck by the following “quote”:
“No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. ” David Spangler of U.N.
Sue’s not alone in referencing this “quote.” Sherry Shriner is a typical example:
Those in the New World Order who are in control of most of the governments of the world already today declare that to become a citizen of this order will require a Luciferian oath.
Accordingly those in the implementation stages proclaim:
“No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian Initiation.”
—David Spangler, Director of Planetary Initiative, United Nations
Amongst all the global governing changes and wars that are taking place to accommodate this New World Order many are overlooking the most dominant aspect of it, its religious and occultic nature.
The New World Order IS about religion. It is about worshipping Lucifer.
Wake up folks!
Notice the lack of hyperlinks? Notice the lack of any attribution whatsoever? I’ve waded through thirty similar websites claiming that David Spangler is a Director of Planetary Initiative at the United Nations, and none have any source for the contention. The United Nations website refers to no Planetary Initiative headed by David Spangler (aha!, you say, hidden just like the black helicopters!). The United Nations website does not refer to any employment of David Spangler (aha!, hidden just like the implanted microchips!). I can find no evidence that this quotation exists anywhere but in the minds of the people who spread it.
Where did the idea come from? The Findhorn Foundation, with which he had some involvement three decades ago, proclaims that it has been an officially recognized United Nations nongovernmental organization. The United Nations specifically states of nongovernmental organizations that work with it:
Please note that association of NGOs with DPI does not constitute their incorporation into the United Nations system, nor does it entitle associated organizations or their staff to any kind of privileges, immunities or special status.
Could this very loose and decades-past association with an organization that indeed is currently associated with the United Nations as an NGO be what sparked this notion?
And why David Spangler? He provides the non-Christian aspect of the conspiracy, as a teacher of online courses through the Lorian Association and the a number of books about spiritual “manifestation”. He’s been in touch with “non-physical entities” and “inner plane beings” for many years now, apparently. If you think that’s especially weird, ask Auntie Gertrude about her weekly habit of drinking God’s kid’s blood. It’s different-enough sounding for somebody to make the “Lucifer” connection and to have it stick, apparently.
The United Nations Lucifer quotation claim appears to be utter baloney. But what a strange and interesting baloney run it has been.