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“It is the SACRED principles enshrined in the UN Charter to which we will henceforth pledge our allegiance.” UN Building, February 1, 1992 - George H.W. Bush, U.S. President [5]


  • The Vatican and UN working for the same one world government and religion under a one world leader
    • UN Interfaith Organization called the Temple of Understanding, the goal being to create a “spiritual UN.” [6]
    • Founded in 1995, the United Religious Organization was founded under the UN’s watchful eye, stressing a unification of all religions. According to UN documents, the organization fell into place by 2000 and became fully operational by 2005. [7]

Popery and the UN


NewAge members

Picture for the article "UN panel condemns Israeli actions"

See the All-seeing Eye and the Ouroboros circle which depicts the Occult philosophy behind the United Nations [3]

  • Lee Carroll ("Kryon")
    • Here's an example of his New Age religious ramblings at the United Nations (New York, 2007):
      • "Greetings, dear ones, I am Kryon of Magnetic Service." ... "Let me remind you again about this organization whose basement you sit in at this moment. There are those who would say, "They're useless and they're worthless and they've done nothing notable for a decade." I'm Kryon and I know of the souls who come and go on this planet. Let me ask you a question: What would you think of an organization that could save one million lives a year? Would it be worth it? And you would say, "Well, of course." Then, let me introduce you to the United Nations!" ... "In approximately 65 to 70 years, there is a potential, at this point in time, of a man being born and growing up. When he reaches his 36th year, you will see a young, new leader emerge with a black face in Africa. And that will be my partner, the man you see, sitting and channelling me now. This is what he chooses and what he wants at his soul level. His leadership will be spiritual, not political, and his purpose will have to do with those who are in need of the healing emotion of the heart... needed for a grand new civilization." [9] (see also: [10])

Outer Space Affairs

Mazlan Othman is a Malaysian astrophysicist that will be the official "Greeter" to any contacted species from space. [4]
Also see: New Age agenda:Ufology & The Matrix:Exopolitics
  • United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
    • Website: http://unoosa.org/
      • The Vatican and United Nations ready for contact?
        • Mazlan Othman is a Malaysian astrophysicist that will be the official "Greeter" to any contacted species from space... She does have a background in science and other space related credentials like overseeing the Malaysian national space program, and she saw over the training and flight of Malaysia’s first astronaut. Mazlan Othmans job as within UNOOSA includes possible issues that may involve space technology, and the preparedness and protocols if an asteroid or comet was on a direct collision course with Earth. One U.N. peer out of the UK, a Professor Richard Crowther, said “Ms. Othman is absolutely the nearest thing we have to a ‘take me to your leader’ person”. [11]

Agenda 21

In 1992 at the "communist" United Nations Conference on the Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, co-chaired by former Soviet Union President Mikhail Gorbachev and N. M. Rothschild-London agent Canadian billionaire Maurice Strong, the UN unveiled a radical environmental philosophical agenda which "inverted" the traditional values reflected in the Bible, Magna Carta and US Constitution (which put man under God at the head of his creation and dominion i.e. a man's rights were to have superiority over those of animals, fish, plants, trees and forests etc.). At the Earth Summit in Rio, an old pagan concept was introduced which "inverted" all of our existing, constitutional, democratic, personal and property rights and values espoused by Christianity and transferred them to the environment and the religion of mother-earth Gaia worship. In this religion, a tree becomes more valuable than a human being. A rare bird more valuable than a hospital. This United Nations program of action unveiled in Rio was called Agenda 21. It is 300 pages long and is very complex. Primarily it is designed to be implemented with other radical UN documents such as the Global Biodiversity Assessment (1100 pages), promoted by the UN Conference on Human Settlements, Habitat II. The first Habitat conference was held in 1974 and specifically identified private property ownership as a threat to the peace and equality of the environment. It proposed to revolutionize the development of the land and cities of each country under strict "Soviet-style" environmental guidelines, called "Sustainable Development." The UN's communist secret agenda through "environmentalism" and "sustainable development" is very cunning and has deceived a lot of well-meaning people. Most people genuinely want to protect the environment and ensure that the earth's resources are "sustainable" for future generations there is no doubt. But the communist goal of "sustainable development" and "environmentalism" has absolutely nothing to do with protecting the environment or sustainability it is all about abolition of property rights, and ultimately, collectivization of housing and farms under corporate State control. Under this system, farmers and property owner's rights would be effectively extinguished and overridden by strict Environmental and Sustainable Development resource consents and laws. They would be told where they could farm, what "sustainable" land they could "develop," (sustainable development) what trees they could plant or cut down, what fertilizer if any they could apply, and they would need "consents" and licenses for everything under the sun. [12]

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UN Meditation Room

The room was opened on October 14, 1952. From then until 1957 it was a comfortable, reassuring place with arm chairs, member nations' flags, draperies, carpeting and as a non-denominational center-piece, a section of an African mahogany tree. On top of the section, a small potted philodendron grew, symbolizing perhaps, everlasting life. In 1956, a cosmic north wind, named Hammarskjöld swept in and, gaining the stunned and somewhat uneasy cooperation of the Laymen's Movement, undertook the complete redesign of the meditation room. In November 1957 the transformed meditation room was finally reopened. And what a change! The room in dim light is an austere trapezoid, narrowing to a front wall covered by a fresco titled "Infinity" by Hammarskjöld's favorite artist, Bo Beskow. Ten cane-seated benches are arranged in the back. In the place of dominance in the room is something wholly surprising-a six and a half ton triangular block of crystalline iron ore from a Swedish mine. The polished top is lit by a single beam of light from a source hidden in the ceiling. It glistens like moonlight in water. Approximately 60 slabs were mined before this one was chosen. [13]

As with any truly occult or spiritual symbol (symbol of the spiritual guidance of the United Nations), this room represents more than meets the eye. It is replete with significant symbols, and the numerology, astrology and Sacred geometry that are all a part of this very small room radiate their own silent but powerful spiritual vibrations, invoking the Soul of those who seek to work through this organization for the benefit of humanity and the planet.[14]

"We all have within us a center of stillness surrounded by silence. This house, dedicated to work and debate in the service of peace, should have one room dedicated to silence in the outward sense and stillness in the inner sense. It has been the aim to create in this small room a place where the doors may be open to the infinite lands of thought and prayer. People of many faiths will meet here, and for that reason none of the symbols to which we are accustomed in our meditation could be used. However, there are simple things which speak to us all with the same language. We have sought for such things and we believe that we have found them in the shaft of light striking the shimmering surface of solid rock. So, in the middle of the room we see a symbol of how, daily, the light of the skies gives life to the earth on which we stand, a symbol to many of us of how the light of the spirit gives life to matter. But the stone in the middle of the room has more to tell us. We may see it as an altar, empty not because there is no God, not because it is an altar to an unknown god, but because it is dedicated to "the God whom man worships under many names and in many forms" (Lucifer, Prometheus, Mephistopheles, Satan, the Devil, The Dragon, The Old Serpent, Grand Architect of the Universe, Baphomet, Pan, Seth...?). The stone in the middle of the room reminds us also of the firm and permanent in a world of movement and change. The block of iron ore has the weight and solidity of the everlasting. It is a reminder of that cornerstone of endurance and faith on which all human endeavour must be based. The material of the stone leads our thoughts to the necessity for choice between destruction and construction, between war and peace. "Of iron man has forged his swords, of iron he has also made his ploughshares" (Those words were carefully chosen, please refer to Joel 3:10Isaiah 2:4Micah 4:3). The same statement has been written near the UN headquarters in the Ralph Bunche Park. The same concept applies to the Denver International Airport murals
Statement by Dag Hammarskjöld, UN Secretary-General (1953-1961) written for the dedication of the United Nations Meditation Room:

UN Structure

Source The Spiritual Foundation of the United Nations

Secretariat and other Offices

  • Office of Internal Oversight Services - OIOS
  • Department of Administration and Management - DAM
  • Department of Peace Keeping Operations - DPKO
  • Department of Political Affairs - DPA
  • Department of Humanitarian Affairs - DHA
  • Department for Development Support and Management Services - DDSMS
  • Department for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis - DESIPA
  • Department for Policy Coordination and Sustainable Development - DPCSD
  • Department of Public Information - DPI (The NGO Relations Cluster is the link to over 1,300 Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) associated with the Department of Public Information and supports their efforts to interact effectively with the United Nations in their areas of expertise.) [15]
  • Office of Legal Affairs - OLA
  • UN Office in Geneva - UNOG
  • UN Office in Vienna - UNOV

Programmes and other Bodies

Specialized Agencies and other International Organizations

Specialized institutions

UNAIDS brings together in the AIDS response the efforts and resources of ten UN system organizations

UNAIDS brings together in the AIDS response the efforts and resources of ten UN system organizations. The ten UNAIDS cosponsoring organizations are:

Councils, Commissions, Committees and other bodies

  • Ad Hoc Committee on the World Disarmament Conference
  • Ad Hoc Open-ended Working Group on an Agenda for Development
  • Commission for Social Development
  • Commission on Human Rights
  • Commission on Human Rights: Sub-Commision on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities
  • Commission on Human Settlements
  • Commission on Narcotic Drugs
  • Commission on Population and Development
  • Commission on Science and Technology for Development
  • Commission on Sustainable Development
  • Commission on the Status of Women
  • Committee Against Torture
  • Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
  • Committee on Food Aid Policies and Programmes
  • Committee on Information
  • Committee on Natural Resources
  • Committee on New and Renewable Resources of Energy and New Sources of Energy
  • Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Committee on Racial Discriminations
  • Committee on the Rights of the Child
  • Disarmament Commission.
  • Economic and Social Council.
  • High-Level Open-ended Working Group on the Financial Situation of the United Nations.
  • High-Level Open-ended Working Group on the Strengthening of the United Nations.
  • Human Rights Committee.
  • High-Level Open-ended Working Group on an Agenda for Peace.
  • Informal Open-ended Working Group on an Agenda for Peace.
  • Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee for the Elaboration of a Convention to Combat Desertification in those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and or Desertification, Particularly in Africa.
  • International Law Commission
  • Open-ended Ad Hoc Intergovernmental Panel on Forests.
  • Special Committee on Peace-Keeping Operations
  • Special Committee on the Charter of the United Nations and on the Strengthening of the Role of the Organization.
  • United Nations Committee on International Trade Law - UNCITRAL.