Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Earth Week, April 19th - 23rd

On Thursday, April 22nd, we will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. When our country celebrated the first Earth Day, I was in high school. Although I don't recall the celebration, I can remember when the Hudson River was being used as a dumping ground for the local factories, which ultimately caused the river to die. The environmental movement at that time was a good thing.

But as the years have gone by, it has become more of a matter of control. Although they have been taking care of gross realities of the way we live, it has brought about new laws - and plans for stricter adherence. Perhaps the symbol used for Earth Week could have been used to foretell the revolution of the New Dawn we discussed the other day. The sad fact is that the people behind the environmental movement are worshipers of the Earth religion - which is Neopaganism, a form of the New Age movement.

Although we celebrate it in April, the United Nations Earth Day ceremony has continued each year since on the day of the March equinox (the United Nations also works with organizers of the April 22 global event). The significance of this timing was not a matter of picking a date out of a hat. March 21st - 22nd is a celebration within the occult for the Goddess Ostara (Ishtar). March 21st is one of the Illuminati's Human Sacrifice Nights. [1]

The following article is by Joseph Farah from WorldNetDaily. He discusses how we have gotten away from worshiping the Creator to worship the creation.

Red Letter Christians are equating the modern environmental movement, which portrays man as an intruder on planet Earth, with common-sense conservationism – what biblically literate Christians called "stewardship" of Creation.

They are not synonymous. In fact, they are opposites.

In Genesis 1:26-28, we are told: "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." (Read more)

ALSO an article titled, "The High Holy Day of Environmental Religion."