A scheme plotted in ancient times is coming to fruition right before our eyes.
A fight as old as time between Yahweh and the deceiver of the world is manifesting the false light of lucifer on our planet, drawing droves of Gods people astray. One of the many ways this is being accomplished is through Hinduism, the religion that lies at the heart of the new age movement and secret societies such as the Ordo templi Orientis. In this unlimited report, we will expand on the nature of this spiritual war and show where and how Hindu beliefs are eroding Christianity.
The understanding of this topic is so vital that we have decided to divide this episode of the Club of Rome series into two parts: this extensive written report and a comprehensive video.
Please join us as we expose the satanic lies of the new age movement, quantum physics, the Club of Rome and the United Nations and how they are all rooted in Hinduism.
A Brief Rundown on Hinduism
Hinduism is one of the oldest religions, coming in second only to Judaism, according to the stated chronology of world religions. Hinduism is also the third largest religion in the world. It has such a broad scope that it can be hard to define. There is no order, no religious authorities, no governing body or particular holy book. Many Hindus see it as a way of life as opposed to a traditional religion. Due to its complex nature, Hindus can be polytheistic, pantheistic, monotheistic, monistic, agnostic, atheistic or humanist. There are plenty of people who subscribe to the teachings of Hinduism and don’t even know it. Many practitioners refer to Hinduism as Sanātana Dharma, “the eternal law” or the “eternal way.”
Sanatana is simply a scrambling of Satan, the true enemy that is worshiped in Hinduism. It’s no coincidence that occultists depict Satan as ouroboros, a serpent eating its own tail, and Hindus believe Sanātana Dharma signifies dharma that has neither beginning nor end. While Christians see the one true path to heaven as Jesus Christ, Hindus believe in reincarnation. Therefore there is no evil, no forgiveness, and no real end to physical life. They believe they are born time and time again; thus their “eternal law” has no beginning or end.
The goal of Hinduism is to undermine Christianity. In 1979, a director at the World Congress of Hinduism said “Our mission in the West has been crowned with fantastic success. Hinduism is becoming the dominant world religion, and the end of Christianity has come near.”
Its gurus have spread the false enlightenment drawing many astray. Some Hindu gurus have a cult-like following of disciples who see them as the way to salvation. Hundreds of self-professing ‘god men’ (gurus) are moving to the west and joining the new age movement as psychics and spiritual guides with the goal of finding followers and converting people to Hinduism. Certain gurus teach their disciples that separating from any close relationships is a way to dedicate themselves to ‘god’ fully. The disciples of Hindu gurus are treading in dangerous waters.
Stretching to the Dark Side
Yoga is commonly the first step towards the worship of these deities. Yoga teachers are known as the primary missionaries of Hinduism, whether they know it or not, according to Hindu Vishva magazine. Shiva, the destroyer, is known as the lord of yoga, or the Adiyogi, the originator of yoga. People are unknowingly compromising their faith and bowing down to other gods by naively performing the different prayer poses or asanas within yoga.
Yoga lies at the heart of Hinduism and is an essential part of worship. The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj means to yoke or bind. Yuj translates as “union” or a method of discipline. Through yoga, people are yoking with the Hindu creator god Brahma. Mantras, frequently chanted during yoga, invoke false deities.
The Beatles George Harrison made mantra yoga acceptable to the world through his song My Sweet Lord where he combined the chant to a Hindu god with the biblical praise of Hallelujah in the lyrics. Jesus said, “But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen [do]: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking.” in Matthew 6:7. A mantra is just that, a repetitious prayer.
Yoga leads people to believe that they are a god, the original lie Satan deceived Eve with in the garden of Eden.
Where is the love?
Hinduism teaches that there is no sin and no evil. By removing the conscience, the religion demoralizes and promotes acceptance of all. Karma is the teaching that says what one produces, one receives back. Therefore, suffering is seen as bad karma from poor past actions whether in this life or what they believe is their past life. Due to this belief, compassion isn’t given much importance in Hinduism.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was a primary cause of eastern religious beliefs invading the United States. He was the guru of the Beatles and creator of the transcendental meditation movement. He taught that transcendental meditation is seen as the answer to any suffering. Transcendental meditation involves emptying one’s mind and separating from one’s self, in other words, complete dissociation.
On a side note, dissociation is common in trauma survivors who have learned it as a way to numb or escape the pain of whatever trauma they went through. Because of the high value placed on this ‘skill,’ trauma survivors are more likely than others to be drawn to transcendental meditation because, through survival instinct, they have already learned to dissociate. Satanists and the like purposely traumatize their members to create this quality.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi created a form of yoga that promoted psychic powers such as levitation, and he taught people to open up to demonic powers to achieve this. After experiencing the type of supernatural power this demonic act gives, people form a kind of addiction to it and ultimately fear giving it up. Yoga and Eastern meditation place demonic strongholds in the minds of practitioners that can only be broken with repentance and deliverance by the blood of Jesus.
Heaven or Endless Cyle of Life and Death?
Hindus don’t believe in heaven, they believe in reincarnation. Reincarnation is an endless cycle of life and death, where a person relives life on earth in different forms depending on the quality of life they live currently. For instance, a person can become a less desirable animal like a pig in the next life as punishment for actions taken in this life. As Christians we believe that God himself came down to earth through his son Jesus Christ and died on the cross, wiping away our sins. But in Hinduism, there is no sin which means there is never any forgiveness. Without forgiveness or the moral understanding of right and wrong, along with the belief that they are bound to reincarnate into more suffering, what is there for them to hope for?