Constance Cumbey is perhaps a Fundamentalist Christian. She's in the Wikipedia as having come from a Seventh-day Adventist background.

She apparently broke ground with her book: "The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow," which stands against, "The Aquarian Conspiracy," by Marilyn Ferguson and the, "Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ."

Below, I have embedded a 7-Part video series, because I believe the information is important and timely, what with Dan Brown's new Freemasonry/Gnostic/Luciferian book, "The Lost Symbol," and the fact that more and more of the false-hearted New World Order is being revealed. I say "false-hearted" New World Order because there is a real New World Order that the spirit of God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit indwelling together will usher in. The two NWO's are in competition, but the real one, as I've identified it, does win out, and already has, in the eternal configuration of things. It has been ordained by the highest spiritual being there is, the perfect, God in whom there is no corruption or harm — no evil, who is the real Yahveh Elohim of Jesus Christ.

Before watching the videos, let me say that Jesus did say greater things than he did would be done but also that no one supersedes the master. He also made clear that those greater things would be done in the same vein as he did the things he did.

Now, Constance has identified (properly) many of the buzz words/code words of the New Age Movement; however, those words are still words each with a range of connotations where the words may still be used by those who do not subscribe to the theme of certain of the Gnostics where Jesus is no longer Christ and where Lucifer is a good spirit and always has been (humanism that is anti-God; anti the God who is the Creator of human beings whom those Gnostics believe is the evil demiurge as opposed to the ineffable spirit).

It's a Platonic (Plato, a liar) concept, and everyone needs to be aware that Plato is the author of a trick/rigged lottery for eugenics purposes where the self-styled elitists weed out the undesirables, whereas Jesus lets Satan weed out himself. I'm with Jesus, always.

This movement ruins the Environmental Movement for many on account of the connection. Environmentalism is far from inherently evil. In fact, it is the Golden Rule, for how can anyone love his neighbor while destroying his neighbor's planet/fleshly home even for only a while?

She mentions some books, etc., in her talk:

  • "Entropy: A New World View," by Jeremy Rifkin
  • "Voluntary Simplicity," by Duane Elgin
  • "New Age Politics: Healing Self and Society," by Mark Satin
  • "Running God's Plan," Foster Bailey
    (Alice Bailey's 2nd husband I believe)
    Claimed that the Theosophists had put up HitlerI found that particularly important to register.
  • "The Reappearance of the Christ," Benjamin Creme

Now, Constance also emphasizes that there has only been one and still is only one Christ who is Jesus. The thing is that she is both right and wrong depending upon the context. Jesus is still very much alive, and is one in spirit with God the perfectly righteous.

What I'm about to say is deemed irrational by antichrists. God and Jesus judge no one. However, God is still the one who keeps the proverbial garden where the bad are cut off. The thing is that it is Satan who cuts himself off. These ideas are reconcilable. In fact, there is no other way.

This is far from my first foray into this area. My childhood house was full of these matters although they remained very nearly unspoken. Hands-off on a certain spiritual level was the rule. I'm still learning about it through reverse engineering, if you will.

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