An Enlightened Race

Excellent excerpt from the book by Caryl Matrisciana, titled Out of India: A true story about the New Age movement

The one point I might differ with the author on is the danger isn’t only to the West, or the Church in the West/USA,  but to the world at large…especially the people of God. My impression is that even many within the body of Christ who have not fallen into the more obvious forms of apostasy are in grave danger also. A danger in falsely believing they are not capable of being deceived. Is this spiritual pride? Most likely it is….

And pride, hidden or obvious, is a sure way to guarantee you will eventually fall into deception.

“Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall”. (see 1 Corinthians chapter 10)

“Ye therefore, beloved, seeing ye know these things before, beware lest ye also, being led away with the error of the wicked, fall from your own stedfastness”. (see 2 Peter 3)

Presumption is a dangerous trait for the child of God to possess. For when that trait is present, its always a manifestation of  faith in himself:  in his own knowledge, intellect, and even his own spirituality. Presumption often springs from ignorance or just plain forgetfulness, of what we are, where we were before God called us unto himself, and in whom we truly have to depend upon to keep us in this hour;  which is Christ Jesus.

I had that on my heart tonight…just sharing.


An Enlightened Race?

The Germany of the 1920s and 1930s was in social and economic despair, looking for a leader who would free her from the Great Depression. The man with the promise of hope was Adolph Hitler.

A man with an affinity for the occult and “an abiding belief in astrology,”1 he claimed he was ordained by God to usher in one thousand years of peace and prosperity with a super race of humans. A student of Blavatsky’s The Secret Doctrine, the Theosophical Society’s “bible”, (see:  Maitreya Emerging, ’shortly’ after Christmas, for more on Theosophical Society) Hitler manipulated an entire nation to surrender its collective mind to him.2

Aryanism, the belief in a super-race, is a foundational teaching of Hinduism’s caste system. It was also Hitler’s twisted rationale for the annihilation of six million Jews and additional millions of other “impure” racial and societal strains. This same attitude of elitism breeds the New Age viewpoint of man’s coming “quantum leap in the evolution of consciousness” that will create a new “awakened” and “enlightened” race.3

But there won’t be any room for those who resist this transformed mystical world.

Gurus excuse away the madness and cruelty of the Holocaust as being the result of inadequate karma. Even Gandhi pleaded with the British to surrender to Hitler. “Hitler is not a bad man,” he told them.4

Neale Donald Walsch, in one of his popular Conversations with God books, said God told him the following:

I do not love “good” more than I love “bad.” Hitler went to heaven. When you understand this, you will understand God.5

Hitler didn’t hurt anyone. In a sense, he didn’t inflict suffering, he ended it.6

The mistakes Hitler made did no harm or damage to those whose deaths he caused. Those souls were released from their earthly bondage, like butterflies emerging from a cocoon.7

I find it astounding that even though Walsch made such statements, his Conversations with God books remained on the New York Times Best Seller List for over two years, selling millions of copies. While most people would say that what happened in Germany under Hitler was an atrocity that must never be repeated, the New Age is conditioning people toward the same mindset.

Those who refuse to be enlightened or awakened (to the divinity within) stand in the way of the world’s healing and need to be removed.

Barbara Marx Hubbard, a prolific New Age author and speaker, calls this the selection process.8

To Westerners, the swastika symbolizes Nazism, but to the Hindu, it is a very familiar symbol of power, still seen today in many Indian temples. In true New Age spirit, the Fuhrer saw himself as a global leader and adopted it. In his madness for world power and domination, Hitler stated:

I had to encourage “national” feelings for reasons of expediency; but I was already aware that the “nation” idea could only have a temporary value. The day will come when even here in Germany what is known as “nationalism” will practically have ceased to exist. What will take its place in the world will be a universal society of masters and overlords.9

Most people don’t think of Hitler as a New Ager or certainly not a Hindu, but his philosophy on the “divinity” of man was right in line with the pantheistic view:

A new variety of man is beginning to separate out. The old type of man will have but a stunted existence. All creative energy will be concentrated in the new one. . . . I might call the two varieties [of man] the god-man and the mass animal. . . . Man is becoming God–that is the simple fact. Man is God in the making.10

If virtually an entire country in the 1930s could be deceived and mesmerized by Adolph Hitler, how much more vulnerable is our generation–a generation that has embraced mysticism and New Age philosophy so willingly?

As a young woman, Diet Eman joined the Dutch resistance movement during World War II. In her compelling true story, Things We Couldn’t Say, she makes an interesting comparison between the Dutch and German people at that time:

[T]he Dutch have a long tradition of thinking for themselves, not just swallowing what officials tell them. They have a tradition of not being merely followers, as the Germans seemed to me to be. Our not following orders made life difficult for the Germans, more difficult than they had thought it would be. They had to treat us as if they were balancing on a tightrope. A German named Seyss-Inquart, the Nazi in charge of the Netherlands, tried to convince us that we belonged to the great Aryan race and that we should be overjoyed that we’d been accepted. But, quite simply, many Dutch people never followed orders.11

I see many similarities in the United States, and in the Western world at large, to German society in the 1930s.

Christians by the carloads rush from one conference to another to learn about community, leadership, small groups, and the like. But I propose that what they are getting isn’t training to be good leaders but rather subtle induction to being good followers, lulled to lay aside independent thinking.

“Follow, follow, follow!chants the chorus of today’s leaders, all the while singing the praises of Eastern concepts and mystical practices. Our way of thinking–and not thinking–is being radically altered, and the majority of people, including Christians, don’t even see what is happening.


When you saw the title, An Enlightened Race, did you think the content was going to be an article concerning Wagner and his NAR group, or any of the false apostles/prophets who have also been calling for an ‘Enlightened Race’  or ‘New Breed’?  I did…

I’m sure its because of the obvious similarities in the teachings followed by mad men of the past who followed old/new age mystical beliefs  of a ‘new breed’ or an ‘enlightened race’, to the teachings of the NRA and those associated with them. For they too speak [and falsely prophecy] of a superior ‘race’ of people who will take over and rule the earth…a ‘new breed’ of super Christians.

The only difference is instead of being called new age mysticism its now called  Christian Reconstructionism, Kingdom Now, Manifested Sons Of God, or basically Dominionism.

The false self-appointed apostles and prophets today believe they are called to lead a new and reconstituted body of Christ into conquering the kingdoms of this world and establishing the Kingdom of God upon the earth. One of the first domains they desire to conquer, change, and bring under their authority is the Church.

I took special note in the article to this:

Those who refuse to be enlightened or awakened (to the divinity within) stand in the way of the world’s healing and need to be removed.

But there won’t be any room for those who resist this transformed mystical world.

Those statements reminded me of other statements made by a few of the false Apostles and Prophets I’ve been studying the last year:


We are coming to the times when passive Christianity and passive Christians will cease to exist. There is a maturity, a discipline, and a divine militancy coming upon the people of God. Those who have succumbed to idealistic theologies may have a hard time with this, but we must understand that God is a military God. (Rick Joyner, “TAKING THE LAND”)

The Lord is a Warrior and we are to be clothed in His militant attributes. . . There will be times and seasons to hide ourselves in Christ and other times to be aggressive and militant in our posture. There will be a marked escalation in the angelic activity surrounding the Church. Furthermore, this activity will carry a militant characteristic as Michael and the warring angels of Heaven are released to establish the design of Heaven in the earth. As in the days of Israel, the giants of the adversary are occupying the land of promise and must be displaced in order to access our inheritance. . . . (Bob Jones and Paul Keith Davis, Shepherd’s Rod prophecy,  2004)

“The pitch and intensity of the military rhetoric of this branch of the global Dominionist movement has substantially increased since the beginning of 2008. One can only wonder how long before this transforms into real warfare with actual warriors.” (Discernment Research Group)

“As the church begins to take on this resolve, they [*those adhereing to Dominionist/Joels Army teachings*] will start to be thought of more as military bases, and they will begin to take on the characteristics of military bases for training, equipping, and deploying effective spiritual forces;  In time, the church will actually be organized more as a military force with an army, navy, air force, etc.” (Rick Joyner, The Warrior Nation — The New Sound of the Church, 2006)

“Some pastors and leaders who continue to resist this tide of unity will be removed from their place. Some will become so hardened they will become opposers and resist God to the end.” (Rick Joyner discribing a coming ‘civil war’ with the church In his 1997 book The Harvest)

In the 1980s, Branham’s teachings took on new life at the Kansas City Fellowship (KCF), a group of popular self-styled apostles and prophets who used the Missouri church as a launching pad for national careers promoting outright Joel’s Army theology. (*And who are members today of the ICA/NAR or/and the Revival Alliance)

Ernie Gruen, a local pastor who initially promoted and gave citywide credibility to KCF pastors in the early 1980s, cut his connections in 1990. Concerned about KCF’s plans to push its teachings worldwide, Gruen published a 132-page insider’s account, based on taped sermons and conversations and interviews with parents who had enrolled their kids in KCF’s Dominion school.

According to Gruen’s report, students at the school were taught that they were a “super-race” of the “elected seed” of all the best bloodlines of all generations — foreknown, predestined, and hand-selected from billions of others to be part of the “end-time Omega generation.” Though he’d once promoted these doctrines himself, Gruen became convinced that the movement was turning into an end-times cult, marked by what he summarized as “spiritual threats, fears, and warnings of death,” “warning followers to beware of other Christians” and exhibiting “a ’super-race’ mentality toward the training of their children.”–  (Militant Joel’s Army Followers Seek Theocracy)

“The North fought the South and the South fought the North. And The South wanted to keep the people enslaved. They wanted their money. They wanted their bodies. They wanted their personhood to keep the system going. And the North said, ‘No! Freedom! Freedom!’ And they went into a terrible fight. And it was father against son, brother against brother and a man’s enemies were in his own house. And the angel said this, ‘There won’t be a house that escapes …’ (Wes Campbell on the coming war within the Church between the Blues and the Greys)

  • Quotes found at:


Militant Joel’s Army Followers Seek Theocracy

ERW-New Apostolic Reformation/Second Apostolic Age

Also see:

Lou Engle calls for civil war in church, more militancy as Joel’s Army rises

Angels, Bentley, The Dudley Outpouring, and ‘Civil War’

4 comments on “An Enlightened Race

  1. Don’t forget too the Anglo Israelism roots of the NAR – which is linked to pyramidology and serpent seed theology and is rascist and is basically revamped aryanism. The new breed master-race idea is really just like aryanism.

  2. The new breed master-race idea is really just like aryanism.

    Mariam, it really is. I don’t think i began to see the connection until recently.

    Its the same spirit, but working to gain power in a different way…this time by coming through the Church.

  3. This just sounds so much like Eugenics.

  4. Eugenics…isn’t what that old hodge of a woman who started Planned Parenthood was up to? Nasty, sinful stuff!

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