Have you ever heard of UNESCO? Do you know who Julian Huxley was? Chances are you don’t. Perhaps you are familliar with Aldous Huxley? While this video is about making the case that the Catholic religion is The Great Whore. One thing stood out to me that I would like to draw your attention to. That would be the role the UN has played in Eucumenism. The information that has been put forth in this documentery is jaw dropping. If this is the first time you have heard this teaching, or rather the first time you have been convinced that this is in fact a reality. You may feel like Alice falling down the rabbit hole. I recommend you take some time to reflect, gather your thoughts, pray. Then watch this again with your bible in hand, take notes, and then see for yourself if the whore could possibly be any other.
For those of you that are already awake and understand the gravity of our current situation. I have some recommended reading for you. Get yourself a copy of Evolutionary Humanism by Julian Huxley. Professor J.Huxley lived from 1887 to 1978. The Professor was an Atheist, as well as an Humanist. He was also the first Director General of UNESCO. UNESCO has also hosted ecumenical conferances at the UN simmilar in nature to the service hosted by the Vatican at the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi in Italy in 1986. You can view the footage of the gathering in Italy at the 15 minute mark in the linked video. I have seen footage of the meeting at the UN on youtube, and will attach that link as well, if it is indeed still available. Men like Huxley have shaped our world in a major way. While reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (Julian’s brother) you can get an idea of the world these men wanted to create. A read through of Elvolutionary Humanism can help you see the why. When I took a look at Brave New World. I thought “This is one mans a nightmarish vision of the future, how uncanny it is that we appear to be moving in this direction.” Later I learned these “Sci Fi” prophecies are being self fullfilled by the Humanists and many others for this webb is most tangled. A skimming of Julian’s work confirms that this course is not happenstance.
‘A religion is essentially an attitude to the world as a whole. Thus evolution, for example, may prove as powerful a principle to coordinate men’s beliefs and hopes as God was in the past. Such ideas underlie the various forms of Rationalism, the Ethical movement and scientific Humanism.’
‘Humanism: An outlook that places man and his concerns at the centre of interest. Modern Humanism, which does away with traditional Christianity, is characterised by its faith in the power of human beings to create their own future, collectively and personally.’
In other words, evolution = religion. That is, people (not God) set whatever rules they want. In practice, this usually becomes ‘might makes right’, including the tyranny of the majority. (referenced from: Growth of Ideas. The evolution of thought and knowledge. Ed. Sir Julian Huxley, 1965, pp. 99, 336.)