AS THE world watches Sochi, we take a brief look at the things we’re studying and writing about as we prepare for forthcoming conferences: the magickal worldview, the drive to create a global hive mind, and the surprisingly fallible “prophets” of the New Apostolic Reformation.
THERE IS much talk in scientific communities lately about whether the universe is really real or simply a hologram. This is a concept that New Age teachers will exploit to advance the meme that all things are part of an all-encompassing living cosmos. Sharon and Derek discuss aspects of this idea and the very different prophetic vision of those who call themselves Christian, but, like those in the New Age movement, believe it’s their duty to create heaven on Earth.
WELL, WE’VE SURVIVED the Mayan Doomsday. So we begin the first day of the rest of the aeon with a look back at the Newtown, Connecticut shootings. For the record,… Read more »
WHAT LINKS the Nazis, America’s space program, and the death of President John F. Kennedy? It sounds like something from a tabloid, but Doug Woodward, author of Power Quest Book… Read more »
IT SEEMS you can’t tune in a channel on your TV without finding a program about 2012 and the end of the world. Does something wicked this way come? Tom… Read more »
IN WHICH we briefly discuss the recent wave of TV programming that elevates the 16th century mystic to the status of prophet. Why are so many people drawn to these… Read more »
ONE OF the world’s most dangerous professions right now has to be Iranian nuclear scientist. Four have been assassinated in the last two years, and the Iranian government claims to… Read more »