Tuesday, March 18, 2008

The Priestess, Regeneration And Interfaith Power & Light

The High Priestess

Kabbalistic Approach

"She has been called occult Science on the threshold of the Sanctuary of Isis, but she is really the Secret Church, the House which is of God and man. She represents also the Second Marriage of the Prince who is no longer of this world; she is the spiritual Bride and Mother, the daughter of the stars and the Higher Garden of Eden. She is, in fine, the Queen of the borrowed light, but this is the light of all. She is the Moon nourished by the milk of the Supernal Mother".


Bill Clinton's "Clinton Global Initiative 2006 Annual Report" titled,


I N S P I R I N G
C H A N G E
D E L I V E R I N G
R E S U L T S


lists under the heading "Partnership Opportunities p. 11" a project called, "The Regeneration Project".


It's mission, "inspires people of all faiths to protect the environment through its Interfaith Power and Light Program and is seeking additional funding to recruit 1,000 new congregations to its cause".


When you visit Regenerations web page, they define themselves further as, "A religious response to global warming | 26 states | 4000 congregations and growing".


But it's interesting to note that on a March 2 and 3rd 2008 MSNBC broadcast called,
"God Goes Green: New Missions To Save The Earth", we find this quiet revolution not only saving the earth, but $$$$$$$$$$.


Christian and Jewish institutions shared their deep green concern for this MSNBC environmental saving the earth news bite.


Catholic nuns from Michigans Interfaith Power And Light group, Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart Of Mary from Monroe, Michigan were highlighted. Sister Janet Ryan says, "There is a new emphasis on ecological sensitivity and awareness as a way of manifesting God to the world"


Asked by MSNBC environmental journalist, "Do you feel Closer to God now? Sister Ryan replies, "I understand God in a new way and my concept of God has expanded and grown dramatically".


Another green faith missionary outpost to save the earth is Reformed Synagogue Temple Emmanuel in Kensington, Maryland.
Rabbi Warren Stone says, "Being an active and caring Jew means caring for the earth". He goes on to say, "More and more people have become aware that this is perhaps the most central, moral and spiritual issue facing our world today".


MSNBC reports, "A desire to SAVE $$$$$$$$ led Prestonwood Baptist to their green crusade".
Mega church Pastor Jack Graham finds new purpose in the word of God by going green. Graham says, "Jesus said, "let there be no waste". This new stewardship focus is the center motivation for this new religious environmental movement, but is it a new spiritual awakening or a response to high energy costs and insecurity?


This new 11th Commandment is a response to energy insecurity, posing itself as a new awakening because of either manipulative energy markets or its final decline. Rest assured though, this old new science and faith movement is on the threshold merging religions right now and attempting to Power Up and Lighten Up a new generation.

7 comments:

Kera said...

Wow- Our ex-pres who we use to see walking in and out of church on Sunday with a bible in his hand has really expanded his religion. That is just messed-up to know all the denominations involved. They are not discerning as God says to test everything.
As far as the Today Show video. You know it is one thing to be motivated by God to be more environmentally conscience once you are saved, but to be motivated by money (in the church) and then promote it, it makes me feel sad for "believers" who didn't think about this in the beginning, but waited until it hurt them in the pocket book. Then they promote it has such a grand, great thing. God is the same yesterday, today and forever and as far as man's thoughts go all I can say is: "And there is nothing new under the sun."

Thank you for the info!

Rudi said...

Hi Johnny- Way to go- amazing report as usual.
As I read all the information it’s more than obvious that the effort
To ‘awaken’ and ‘enlighten’ the masses into acceptance of it’s
goal of global governance, is using ‘creation care’ and the ‘climate/environment
issues of the planet, as the skeleton key of sorts to open the door.
It seems to have succeeded in bringing the religions of the world into the game.
Still, the foundation of success has to get past the “be ye separate” “I am the way, the truth and the life” message of the gospel, so there must be an “all inclusive” message.
That’s where the AOC, and other initiatives come into play.
I’m trying to understand all this and would appreciate your input. The
Clinton Initiative is a US catalyst for transformation and helping reach
the UN Millennium Development Goals. The Clinton Initiative works through groups
like The Regeneration Project who works with Interfaith Power and Light- whose
origins I can’t pin down –but a main point of contact is the branch out of New York.
OR are the Interfaith Power and Light and The Regeneration Project one and the same?
I look forward to reading what you think. Thanks for all your hard work and information. -Rudi

http://www.nyipl.org/

björn (farmer) said...

Thanks JOhnny!!
brilliant.

Constance Cumbey said...

Hi Johnny,

Said to say, but the Monroe IHM that went "Green" was reportedly with Matthew Fox and Brian Swimme in the 1980's. So they spent $70 million renovating so they could save $200,000 on utilities? I fail to see the economy in that. What we are seeing is earth worship pure and simple. I saw the TODAY show piece on Green Worship yesterday and intended to write about it, but no time to get to it. I am delighted you took the initiative!

johnny said...

Hey everyone, just got in from work.

Thanks Kera, Rudi Bjorn and Constance!

I'm so thankful to be seeing all of this with you.

johnny

johnny said...

Rudi, your skeletal key, IS KEY!

You know it looks like Regeneration Project started Interfaith Power and Light, but now may be metamorphosing into a new vehicle/body/entity.

It's difficult to see indeed. But the funding issue always leads us to the Wizard.

Constance is right, just plain ol' earth worship. I'll write more later tonight.

johnny

johnny said...

Gotta go but will hang with everyone tonight,

johnny