FROM RFK JR. CHILDREN’S HEALTH DEFENSE: ‘Watch the Water’ Right on Remdesivir, But Snake Venom Theory Is a STRETCH

While it’s true there is some overlap between the effects of poisonous peptides present in some snake venom and those of SARS-COV2 spike protein, claiming COVID is ultimately derived from snake venom is a poorly substantiated hypothesis.


In an interview Monday with Stew Peters, Brian Ardis, a doctor of chiropractic, attempted to connect SARS-CoV-2, the spike protein or simply the disease process itself known as COVID-19, to the deadly proteins in snake venom.

In the 30-minute, heavily produced conversation, Ardis did not explicitly state his opinion on whether COVID is caused by a virus or by widely dispersed toxins similar to the poisons in snake bites.

Steve Kirsch, executive director of the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, took issue with some of Ardis’ statments.

“We agree there is evidence that the virus is similar to snake venom,” Kirsch wrote on Substack. “But as for the other assertions (such as it’s a poison spread through the water), I’m not buying it.”

In a Substack post, Dr. Meryl Nass also disagreed with Ardis, writing, “Many statements in the Bryan Ardis video are accurate, but some are definitely not.”

Nass, an internist and member of the Children’s Health Defense scientific advisory committee, reminded us that Ardis is correctly pointing out that remdesivir is a dangerous drug that has undoubtedly caused or contributed to many COVID deaths.

As early as November 2020, the World Health Organization recommended against the use of remdesivir, regardless of disease severity, because there was no evidence the drug improved outcomes.

Although the expensive drug was widely reported to be ineffective, its harmful effects were downplayed by mainstream sources.

Nevertheless, remdesivir enjoys unwavering support from our medical authorities and remains the only antiviral remedy available in most hospital formularies for the treatment of COVID.

In the interview with Peters, Ardis pointed out a concerning statement on the remdesivir label:

“Risk of reduced antiviral activity when coadministered with chloroquine phosphate or hydroxychloroquine sulfate: Coadministration of Remdesivir (VEKLURY) and chloroquine phosphate or hydroxychloroquine sulfate is not recommended based on cell culture data demonstrating an antagonistic effect of chloroquine on the intracellular metabolic activation and antiviral activity of VEKLURY.

According to Nass, “This may be another reason the system does not want patients to receive chloroquine drugs because their use would be a contraindication for use of Remdesivir.”

So what about those snakes?

Venom from poisonous snakes, such as the cobra and krait, exert their devastating and immediate effects on human physiology by attacking our central and peripheral nervous system and/or our ability to form blood clots.

Antidotes to venom are mono or polyclonal antibodies that target specific proteins delivered through a snake bite.

Ardis used this connection with monoclonal antibodies to argue that because monoclonal antibodies are an effective treatment for COVID and snake venom, COVID (whether caused by a beta coronavirus or not) is tied to the toxic agents in poisonous snakes.

Ardis told Stewart, “Monoclonal Antibodies are anti-venom.”

However, this statement is not entirely correct. Monoclonal antibodies are specific, synthesized proteins that can bind to one of a myriad of different targets, including active proteins in snake venom.

Anti-venom is a monoclonal antibody. Not all monoclonal antibodies are anti-venom.

The point here is that many proteins may have common effects on our bodies but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have a common origin.

Monoclonal antibodies can neutralize the effects of many different peptides. That doesn’t mean the targets of the antibodies are related.

Ardis also emphasized that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been critical of the use of monoclonal antibodies in the treatment of COVID.

He made this point in a larger context to allege that our authorities have consistently been blocking effective treatments to prevent recovery.

Yet since the inception of the pandemic, monoclonal antibodies have been an available mainstay of COVID treatment in the immunocompromised and those at high risk for developing severe disease.

Since the rapid emergence of the Omicron variant at the end of 2021, the FDA limited the availability of some monoclonal antibody formulations as it was shown these have a marginal effect against the new strain.

Other inaccuracies 

Ardis accurately stated that snake venom can cause an elevated D-Dimer, a nonspecific finding in patients suffering from clotting disorders.

But this test is elevated not only in patients who have excessive bleeding (as in the case of snake-bite victims) but also in patients who are experiencing increased clotting (deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary emboli, strokes).

The latter is more common with severe COVID. Thus, an elevated D-Dimer level does not necessarily mean COVID is caused by a snake venom-like process.

Perhaps the most provocative claim Ardis made was around the sedation and mechanical ventilation of critical COVID patients.

Because snake venom paralyzes muscles, including the diaphragm (the muscle most responsible for breathing), by blocking the conduction of signals between nerves and muscles, this, in his view, is more evidence that COVID is a snake venom-like illness.

It is true that it was recognized early on that COVID patients had low levels of blood oxygenation yet appeared to breathe comfortably and regularly.

However, this is not representative of nerve paralysis. It is suggestive of a central process, one that involves the brainstem, not diaphragmatic paralysis.

Moreover, our natural drive to breathe is much more dependent on high levels of carbon dioxide in our blood, not low levels of oxygen.

Nevertheless, Ardis accused the medical system of intentionally causing the death of COVID patients by further reducing respiratory drive by using sedative agents like benzodiazepines, narcotics and other drugs required to place patients on breathing machines (ventilators).

He is correct that these drugs are necessary to allow a person to tolerate the placement of a breathing tube in the trachea for prolonged and brief periods.

However once a person is connected to a ventilator, the machine will substitute for the person’s lack of respiratory drive.


Although there is some overlap between the effects of poisonous peptides present in some snake venom and those of SARS-COV2 spike protein, claiming COVID is ultimately derived from snake venom is a poorly substantiated hypothesis.

That said, Ardis’ description of the toxic nature of Remdesivir is worthy of note and should not be dismissed.


CHRISTIANS BEWARE: NEW AGE Philosophies are Invading the Church – Have You Been Fooled? PART ONE

When I was born again in 1983, I began to listen to a couple of very good and sound Christian radio stations. In the evening they had teachings, and one subject which kept coming up was how to spot New Age terminology; especially when these people were calling themselves Christians.

I listened to the series because I felt that it was extremely important.

In these last days before the time of Tribulation, I see that we are being inundated with New Age teachings. “Popular Christians” are deceptively teaching New Age philosophy mixed with Scripture. Brothers and sisters in Christ, I cannot stress to you the importance of pulling away from anyone who is into New Age. This is Satanic.

In this article, I will help the reader to spot the terminology of a New Ager. This is how Christians can discern these deceivers and alert others to their deception.


A Brief Dictionary of New Age Terminology

Edited by Pastor David L. Brown, Ph.D. 
Investigative Researcher with Logos Communication


The average Christian has little idea what the concepts and ideals of the New Age really are. Then when they encounter New Age vocabulary confusion really sets in. New Agers often play semantic word games, using the same words Christians do yet the definitions use bear no resemblance to the Christian definitions. This brief dictionary is designed to help you understand New Age terminology as they define their terms. David L. Brown

Key to the letters following each word:

| N – New Age | O – Occult | S – Satanic | H – Hindu | M – Mysticism | W – Wicca of Witchcraft |

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z |

Age of Aquarius– N Astrologers believe that evolution goes through cycles corresponding to the signs of the zodiac, each lasting from 2,000 to 2,400 years. New Age advocates say we are now moving from the cycle associated with Pisces into the one associated with Aquarius. The Acquarian Age will supposedly be characterized by a heightened degree of spiritual or cosmic consciousness. 

Agent – N A person sending a telepathic message. 

Akashic Record – N Imperishable records of every person’s every word, thought or act inscribed in the earth or spirit realms

 Alpha – N The physical body. 

Animism – N The belief that inanimate things (such as plants) possess a soul or spirit. New Age advocates see animism as a way of rededicating the earth. 

Anthroposophy – N An esoteric cult founded by German mystic Rudolf Steiner. The term literally means “wisdom of man.” It teaches that we possess the truth within ourselves. The system of thought is occultic and spiritistic. 

Ascended Masters – N Refers to those who have supposedly reached the highest level of spiritual consciousness and have become guides of the spiritual evolution of mankind. 

Ascension of Christ – N This is reinterpreted in a mystical way to refer to the rise of the “Christ-consciousness” in man-kind. It describes the awareness that man is divine. 

Astral Body – N A spiritual body capable of projection from the physical body. The astral body survives death.

 Astral Flight – N Soul travel occurring particularly during sleep or deep meditation. 

Attunement – N A New Age counterpart to prayer. Also re-ferred to as at-one-ment, the term relates primarily to the New Age idea that complete oneness with God can be experienced by human beings.

 Aura – N Radiated glow or halo surrounding living beings. 

Automatic Writing Writing produced without conscious thought of a living person; written message given through a spirit guide with a pencil or typewriter. 

Avatar – N A person who “descends” into human form from above as a manifestation of divinity and who reveals divine truth to people. Such a one has supposedly progressed beyond the need to be reincarnated in another body (i.e., there is no further “bad karma” to work off).

 Bhagavad Gita – H Hindu sacred scripture. 

Blood of Christ – N This is understood by some New Agers to refer to the “life-energy” of the Cosmic Christ. This “blood” supposedly flowed from the cross into the etheric (or spiritual) realms of the earth. From these realms, the Christ seeks to guide the spiritual evolution of mankind. 

Bodhisattva – N,H A being who has supposedly earned the right to enter into Nirvana or into illumination, but instead voluntarily turns back from that state in order to aid humanity in attaining the same goal. The Christ is said to be a Bodhisattva. 

Buddha – N “The Enlightened One.” An avatar or messenger. 

Caballa – M See Kabala Channeling – NA New Age form of mediumship or spiritism. The channeled yields control of his/her perceptual and cognitive capacities to a spiritual entity with the intent of receiving paranormal information.

 Chinook Learning Community – N A New Age educational community located in the Pacific Northwest. This group sponsors both long and short-term educational programs on personal and social transformation, New Age spirituality, and how to live with an ecological perspective.

 Clairaudience – N,O Ability to hear mentally without using the ears. 

Clairvoyance – N,O Ability to see mentally without using the eyes, beyond ordinary time and space limits; also called “Second Sight.” 

Consciousness Revolution – N New Age advocates call for a “consciousness revolution” a new way of looking at and experiencing life. The primary focus of the new consciousness is oneness with God, all mankind, the earth, and with the entire universe. 

Control – N The Spirit that sends messages through a medium in trance. 

Cosmic Christ – N In esoteric schools of thought, the Christ is considered to be a universal spirit or a cosmic force. The primary goal of this impersonal spirit or force is to guide the spiritual evolution of mankind. 

Cosmic Consciousness – N A spiritual and mystical perception that all in the universe is “one.” To attain cosmic con-sciousness is to see the universe as God and God as the universe. 

Cosmic Humanism – N In contrast to normative humanism that sees man as the measure of all things, cosmic humanism sees man as having virtually unlimited potential because of his inner divinity. 

Crystals – N New Age advocates believe that crystals contain incredible healing and energizing powers. Crystals are often touted as being able to restore the “how of energy” in the human body. 

Deja Vu – N The feeling of having already experienced an event or place that is being encountered for the very first time . 

Discarnate – NThe soul or personality of a living creature who has died. 

Dowser – N,O A sensitive who uses a forked stick that points to hidden water, oil, buried money, lost articles, or people. 

Earth Logos – N Some New Age advocates believe that the Earth Logos is a great spiritual being who is the ensouling life of planet earth. The earth is considered a physical manifestation (or body) of this spiritual intelligence.

 Ectoplasm – N,O A white filmy substance pouring from a medium’s bodily openings, supposedly denoting the presence of a disembodied spirit. 

Esalen Institute – N A “growth center” that offers a wide variety of workshops for mind, body, and spirit. It is located in Big Sur, California.

 Esoteric – N A word used to describe knowledge that is possessed or understood only by a few. 

Esoteric Christianity – N A mystical form of Christianity that sees its “corn truth” as identical to the “core truth” of every other religion (i.e., man is divine). This form of Christianity is at home with Aldous Huxley’s “perennial philosophy.” (See: Perennial Philosophy.)

 ESP – N,O Extrasensory perception encompassing paranormal abilities such as telepathy, precognition, and clairvoyance.

 ESP Cards – N A pack of twenty-five cards bearing five symbols, including stars, squares, circles, crosses, and waves.

 Exoteric Christianity – NA form of Christianity identified with historic or orthodox Christianity that New Agers would describe as being devoid of all spiritual authenticity; 

Fall of Man – N Refers to the fall of man’s consciousness. A fallen consciousness is one that recognizes the existence of only the material realm. The Christ is believed to have “redeemed” man in the sense that he enabled man to perceive the spiritual world behind the material world. 

Findhorn Community – N A legendary New Age community located in the North of Scotland. This group offers an ongoing educational program in the principles of New ge spirituality. 

Gaia – N A Greek name for the goddess of the earth. It also refers to a scientific hypothesis formulated by James Lovelock whereby all living matter on the earth is believed to be a single living organism. In such a scheme, humanity is considered the nervous system of the living earth.

 Globalism – N A modern-day term referring to the need for a transformation from the present nation-state divisions into a one-world community. 

Gnosticism – N A tradition going back to the second century which holds that salvation comes through intuitive “gnosis” or knowledge of one’s supposed divinity. 

God – NA being who has “many faces.” He (it) is considered a radically immanent being who is often referred to as a “universal consciousness,” “universal life,” or “universal energy.” The New Age god is more or less an impersonal force that pervades the universe. 

Graphology – N Character analysis and foretelling based on handwriting. 

Great Invocation – N A New Age prayer that has been translated into over eighty languages. The purpose of this prayer is to invoke the presence of the Cosmic Christ on earth, thus leading to the oneness and brotherhood of all mankind. 

Group Guru – NA slang New Age term referring to the idea that the Cosmic Christ is incarnate in all of humanity. All mankind is seen as a single “guru.”

 Guru – N Teacher or master. 

Harmonic Convergence – N The assembly of New Age meditators gathered at the same propitious astrological time in different locations to usher in peace on earth and one-world government. 

Holism – N The theory that all reality is organically one. Everything in the universe is viewed as interrelated and interdependent. 

Holistic Health – N Holistic health sees the body as an inter-related organism. Its goal is to treat the whole person (body, mind, and spirit) as opposed to merely treating a particular sickness.

Hologram – N A three-dimensional projection resulting from the interaction of laser beams. Scientists have discovered that the image of an entire hologram can be reproduced from any one of its many component parts. New Agers use this to illustrate the oneness of all reality.

 Homeopathy – N A system of medicine rooted in occult ideas that was developed by Samuel Hahnemann. It claims to manipulate the “vital force” of the human body by transferring the power of homeopathic medicines that have been potentiazed by a process of dilutions and succession (vigorous shaking with impact). 

Human Potential Movement – N A movement with roots in humanistic psychology that stresses man’s essential goodness and unlimited potential. 

Initiation – O This occult term is generally used in reference to the expansion or transformation of a person’s consciousness. An “initiate” is one whose consciousness has been transformed so that he now perceives inner realities. There are varying “degrees” of initiation (i.e., “first degree initiates,” “second-degree initiates,” etc.). 

Inner Self or Higher Self – N Refers to the inner divine nature possessed by human beings. All people are said to possess an inner self, though not all are aware of it. 

Interdependence or Interconnectedness – N These words are used by New Agers to describe the oneness and essential unity of everything in the universe. All of reality is viewed as interdependent and interconnected.

Jesus – N An avatar who attained a high level of attunement to the Cosmic Christ. This enabled him to become a bodily vehicle for the Christ for a period of three years. (See: Avatar)

 Kabala (Caballa, Qaballah) – M, O Hebrew mystery lore based on mystical interpretation of the Bible; magical, occult practices stemming largely from the Middle Ages. 

Karma – H,N Refers to the “debt” accumulated against a soul as a result of good or bad actions committed during one’s life (or lives). If one accumulates good karma, he will supposedly be reincarnated in a desirable state. If one accumulates bad karma, he will be reincarnated in a less desirable state. 

Kirlian Photography – N A photographic process that measures living auras. 

Kundalini – N The elemental energy of the human body which, like a serpent, rests coiled at the base of the spine. 

Levitation – O Raising of objects or people off the ground without using physical energy. 

Lucis Trust Originally incorporated as the Lucifer Publishing Company, the Lucis Trust oversees the Lucis Publishing Company, World Goodwill, and Arcane School. Lucis Trust owns all the copyrights of the Alice Bailey books. Magic Circle Ring drawn by occultists to protect them from the spirits and demons they call up by incantations and rituals. 

Maitreya The name has its roots in a legendary Buddha figure. Some New Age advocates believe that the “second coming of Christ” occurred in 1977 in the person of Maitreya. 

Mandala A design, usually concentric, that focuses attention to a single point. 

Mantra A word or phrase that is to be chanted repetitively in an effort to empty the mind and attain “cosmic con-sciousness” (oneness with God and the universe). 

Mass Incarnation An incarnation of the Christ in all of humanity. New Age advocates say that this incarnation is presently taking place on a planetary scale, and is not unlike the incarnation of the Cosmic Christ in the body of Jesus 2,000 years ago. 

Medium A psychic or sensitive living person whose body is used as a vehicle for communicating with spirits. 

Metaphysics The science of the supernatural.

 Monism A metaphysical theory that sees all of reality as a unified whole. Everything in the universe is seen as being made of the same stuff.

 Network An informal, decentralized organization created by like-minded individuals who are interested in address-ing specific problems and offering possible solutions. All of this takes place outside of conventional institutions. 

New Age Movement A loose organization of people, many of them “Yuppies,” who believe the world has entered the Aquarian Age when peace on earth and one-world gov-ernment will rule. They see themselves as advanced in consciousness, rejecting Judeo-Christian values and the Bible in favor of Oriental philosophies and religion. Among them may be found environmentalists, nuclear-freeze proponents, Marxist-socialist utopians, mind-contol advocates, ESP cultists, spiritists, witchcraft practitioners, and others using magical rites. 

Nirvana Liberation from earthly things; paradise. 

Numerology The analysis of hidden or prophetic meanings of numbers. 

Occultism Belief in supernational forces and beings. 

Om A word symbolizing Brahma, the Creator God. 

One Worlders Those who advocate the abolition of nations, working to hand over power to a single-world government similar in structure to the present United Nations; off-shoots of the United World Federalists founded in the 1930s. 

Ouiji Board Game board containing all the letters of the alphabet plus numbers from 0 to 9 and “Yes/No.” A slid-ing pointer (planchette) spells out words in answer to questions asked by players. 

Out-of-Body Experience Leaving the physical body while at rest, asleep, near death, or temporarily dead. 

Pantheism Doctrine that identifies God with the whole uni-verse, every particle, tree, table, animal, and person being part of Him. 

Paradigm Shift Refers to a shift in world views. The so-called “new paradigm” (new model orform) is pantheistic (all is God) and monastic (all is one).

 Paranormal Beyond or above normal human powers or senses.

 Parapsychology Study of psychic phenomena using scien-tific methods. 

Pendulum Heavy object on a string, used for dowsing or fortune telling. 

Pentagram Five-pointed star used in magical ceremonies. A satanic symbol. 

Percipient Person who receives telepathic messages. 

Perennial Philosophy A term coined by Aldous Huxley that sees all religious truth or experience as one and the same. This philosophy proposes that even though the ex-ternals of the various religions may differ, the essence or core truth is the same in each. 

Plan, The A phrase that occurs often in the writings of Alice Bailey. It refers to specific preparations in the world for a New Age and a New Age Christ. These preparations are carried out by the “Masters of the Hierarchy,” a group of exalted beings who supposedly guide the spiritual ev-olution of people on earth. Though this teaching of the Plan does actually exist, the term has been sensationalized by some Christian writers. These writers have mistakenly hypothesized that New Agers are completely unified in a “behind-the-scenes manipulation” of world events in order to conquer the world for its true god, Lucifer. 

Planetary Citizens A New Age activist group committed to engendering a “planetary consciousness” among both New Agers and the general public.

 Planetization New Age advocates believe that the various threats facing the human race require a global solution. This solution is “planetization.” The word refers to the unifying of the world into a corporate brotherhood.

 Poltergeist German word for a noisy, mischievous, destructive spirit (a demon). 

Precognition Advance knowledge of future events. PSITerm used in place of psychic or paraphysical; ESP. 

Psychic Birth A quickening of spiritual or cosmic consciousness and power. This new consciousness is one that recognizes oneness with God and the universe. Psychic birth is an occult counterpart to the Christian new birth. 

Psychic Energy Extrasensory energy that enables people to do miracles. 

Psychic Healer A person who cures mental or physical ill-ness from the cosmic energy emanating through the healer’s hands. 

PsychoanalysisTracing mental and physical ills back to hurtful childhood experiences; based on Sigmund Freud’s theories. 

Psychometry Reading information from an object about events involving the person who owns it, usually by handling it. 

Psychotechnologies Refers to the various approaches or systems aimed at deliberately altering one’s consciousness. 

Qaballah See Kabala 

Reincarnation Refers to the cyclical evolution of a person’s soul as it repeatedly passes from one body to another at death. This process continues until the soul reaches a state of perfection. 

Retrocognition Knowledge of past events learned paranormally. 

Right Brain Learning The right hemisphere of the brain is believed to be the center of intuitive and creative thought (as opposed to the rational nature of the left hemisphere). New Agers have seized on this as a justification to bring “right brain learning techniques” into the classroom. These techniques include meditation, yoga, and guided imagery. 

Seance A gathering of people seeking communication with deceased loved ones or famous historical figures through a medium. 

Second Coming of Christ Understood by some as the coming of the Cosmic Christ in all of humanity, related to the New age concept of the “mass incarnation.” The Second Coming is supposedly now occurring in the hearts and minds of people all over the earth. Others associate it specifically with the appearance of Maitreya as the avatar of this age.

 Self-realization New Agers use this as a synonym for God-realization. It refers to a personal recognition of one’s divinity. 

Sensitive A person who frequently demonstrates extrasensory gifts such as clairvoyance, telepathy, or precognition. 

Shaman A medicine man/woman or witch doctor.

 Solar Logos Believed by some to be a mighty spiritual being who is the ensouling life of the solar system. The material solar system is simply a physical manifestation (or body) of this living intelligence. 

Spirit Control A disembodied spirit who relays messages from dead people to the living through a trance medium. 

Spirit Guide A spiritual entity who provides information of “guidance,” often through a medium or channeled. The spirit provides guidance only after the channeled relinquishes his perceptual and cognitive capacities into its control. 

Spiritual Hierarchy of Masters New Age advocates believe these spiritual “masters” are highly evolved men who, having already perfected themselves, are now guiding the rest of humanity to this same end.

 Spiritualist or Spiritist Person who believes in the ability to contact departed souls through a medium. 

Subject Person used for experiments in ESP studies. 

Sufism Persian mystical religion based on Islam. 

Syncretism The attempt to combine or unify differing religious systems. New Age gurus often claim that all the world religions teach the same core truth: all people possess an inner divinity.

 Synergy A principle which states that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. 

Taoism A Chinese religion and philosophy that sees the universe as engaged in ceaseless motion and activity. All is considered to be in continual flux. The universe is in trinsically dynamic. This continual cosmic process is called the “Tao” by the Chinese. The process is described in terms of Yin and Yang. (See: Yin/Yang.) 

Tarot Cards Deck of seventy-eight cards that supposedly reveal the secrets of man and the universe. 

Telekinesis The ability to move physical objects by force of will or mental energy alone; also called psychokinesis. 

Telepathy Communication between minds by extrasensory means.

 Tetragram A magic diagram shaped as a four-pointed star. 

Theosophy A school of thought founded by Helena P. Blavatsky. The term literally means “divine wisdom.” The goals of Theosophy are to (1) form a universal brotherhood; (2) do comparative study of world religions, science, and philosophy; and, (3) investigate the psychic and spiritual powers latent in man. Theosophy is the forerunner of much New Age thought.

 Third Eye An imaginary eye in the forehead believed to be the center of psychic vision. Trance A mental state resembling sleep during which the conscious mind rests while the spirit entity takes over the medium’s body. 

Trance Channeler The newest term for “trance medium.” (See: Medium.) 

Transformation New Age advocates promote both personal and planetary transformation. Personal transformation involves the changes wrought in one’s life by increasing Self-realization. As more and more people are personally transformed, the planet too will be transformed into a global brotherhood. 

Trumpet Medium A psychic or sensitive who brings forth “spirit voices” through a trumpet at seances. 

UFO Unidentified flying object; flying saucer. 

Unity-in-Diversity Council A New Age “metanetwork” of over 100 networks and groups rallying for global cooperation and interdependence. 

Veda The most ancient of the Hindu scriptures. 

Visualization Also known as “guided imagery,” visualization basically refers to “mind over matter.” It involves the attempt to bring about change in the material realm by the power of the mind. 

Warlock A wizard or sorcerer; a male witch. 

World Goodwill A New Age political lobby that aims to unfold “the Plan” as spelled out in the writings of Alice Bailey.

 Yin/Yang Chinese names referring to the active and passive principles of the universe. Yin refers to the female or [in-active] negative force; Yang to the male or active force. These two polar forces continually interplay with each other. The words are used to describe the constant How of motion and change in the universe (i.e., the “Tao”). 

Yoga A means of becoming united with the supreme being, or with the universal soul. 

Yogi Someone who practices yoga. 

Zodaic The band of twelve constellations along the plane of the ecliptic through which pass the sun, moon and planets across the sky. Each constellation, or sign, is attributed symbolic significance and associations that affect various aspects of life on Earth. source

I want the reader to understand that the New Age movement is interwoven with Globalism. It is clear as you read the definitions of many New Age terms.

The New World Order is Satanic to its core.

I must tell the readership that QAnon is NEW AGE to its Core!! If you are following this cult, you must stop it!

Here are some articles I wrote in the past which I believe are so important for Christians to read:

The NEW AGE Mess Called The Message

The New Age Mystical Roots of Jesus Calling: Christians – THIS IS NOT FOR US!

NEW AGE Pope Francis: Is There Any Doubt That We Are Looking at the False Prophet?

Enneagram: New Age Practice Spreading Like Wildfire Among Christians

Liberty University Teaching NEW AGE Practices: DOCTRINES OF DEMONS

In Part Two I will be writing on how to tell if the leadership in your church are practicing New Age and mixing it with Christianity. If they are doing this, you must RUN from that church!