New World Order HistoryQUESTION: New World Order history - What are the basics?ANSWER:
The New World Order’s history and agenda has been a long time in the making. From divergent realms, organizations have interlocked their agendas to form a master plan that has existed for hundreds of years. In 1773, Mayor Amschel Rothschild met in Frankfurt, Germany with twelve of his most influential friends. He convinced them that by pooling their resources, they could dominate the world. Rothchild notified his friends that he found someone of incredible intelligence and ingenuity to head this organization -- Adam Weishaupt. Weishaupt, a professor of Canon law had converted to Catholicism and later became a Jesuit priest. At the request of the investors, he abandoned the Catholic Church. Through financing of the international bankers, Weishaupt created a secret society, the Order of the Illuminati,
on May 1, 1776. The objectives of the Illuminati were the establishment of a New World Order, which sought:
- Abolition of all ordered governments
- Abolition of private property
- Abolition of inheritance
- Abolition of patriotism
- Abolition of family
- Abolition of religion
- Creation of a world government
The bizarre inspiration for the Illuminati
actually originated in the 11th and 12th centuries. During the Crusades, the Knights Templar excavated a site of their ancestors’ temple. They discovered their ancestors’ scrolls containing the ancient rituals and practices of the Egyptian mysteries. Having become an extremely powerful military order, they disguised themselves as Christian while guarding their involvement in Egyptian occultism and ancient symbols. Centuries later the Rosicrucians and Masons would use the pyramid, the Eye of Isis, and pentagram in their symbolic rituals.
The New World Order’s history reveals the Illuminati
often going underground as its descendants preserved their ancient and often suspicious traditions within the inner doctrine of secret societies. During the Congress of Wilhemsbad (July 1782), the Order of the Illuminati
united its power with Freemasonry. John Adams expressed strong opposition to Freemasonry and secured the presidency in 1796. His son, John Quincy Adams also voiced his concerns: “I do conscientiously and sincerely believe that the Order of Freemasonry, if not the greatest, is one of the greatest moral and political evils under which the Union is now laboring.”
Concerns for the nation continued as Congress extended a 20-year charter with the Bank of the United States -- a private central bank (1816). Andrew Jackson vigorously opposed efforts to strengthen the grasp of a central bank over the U.S. He called private banks a “den of vipers . . .” and in 1832 vetoed a bill to renew the charter. Thomas Jefferson warned, “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."
The New World Order’s history and its powerful influence are still of great concern. Yet the concern has shifted from those who govern to those who are governed; people directly affected by the Order’s agenda. Over two thousand years ago, there were warnings of a one-world governmental system, a worldwide cashless monetary system and apostasy (Ezekiel 37 and 38, Daniel 7, Matthew 24). Will it be our generation that chooses to confront? Alexander Solzhenitsyn spoke of a turning point where our hierarchy of values may waiver or collapse: “The political crisis of today’s world and the oncoming spiritual crisis, are occurring at the same time. It is our generation that will have to confront them” (speech at AFL-CIO meeting, July 1975), as quoted in Christian Studies Center Worldview, October 1980).