Monday, May 24, 2010

Worldshift 2012 & the Club of Budapest

Ervin László is the promoter of the theory that 2012 will either be the collapse of human civilization or the beginning of a new, quantum consciousness. He founded the Club of Budapest to, in his words, "center attention on the evolution of human values and consciousness as the crucial factors in changing course — from a race toward degradation, polarization, and disaster to a rethinking of values and priorities so as to navigate today's transformation in the direction of humanism, ethics, and global sustainability."  Wikipedia

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Ervin László and Dr. Barbara Marx Hubbard have incorporated their New Age globalist ideas to create what some believe will occur in 2012 - a new world. 

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David Icke has some ideas about where we are headed for 2012, and that there will be a manufactured war that will cause the world powers to provide a solution for our world problems. (06:00 on the counter)

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David then provides this interview in which he seems to back-peddle. He explains that he feels 2012 is only a diversion, and that 2016 is the year of transition.

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In all of my study, it has been said that the combining of religions must occur first, in order for the globalists to successfully create a world government. It is my personal opinion that the first major step toward globalism will occur between now and 2012, with 2012 being the combining of religions. The final twist will be in 2015-2016 with the Transatlantic Economic Integration. It was a bill signed at the White House in April 2007 between Pres. George W. Bush and the European Commission. [1][2] This will be the time when our troubles will really begin.

Ervin László and the Bahá’í
To show his appreciation for the work of the Bahá’í  Faith, Ervin said the following:
“The Bahá’í call for peace comes at a crucial moment in the history of humanity. Peace in the contemporary world is no longer an option but a necessity. All leaders and peoples of the world must come to realize this fact,and achieve the maturity which the Bahá’í Faith foresees for the coming of age of humanity.”
The worldwide Bahá'í community has long worked closely with the United Nations, supporting many of its goals and programs. They were in attendance at an early UN conference in Geneva, in May 1948.

You will see that many of these New Age organizations support one another and are, on the most part, interconnected.

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