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Beware! The New Age Movement Is More Than Self-Indulgent Silliness

New Age Teachings -  Part 2 of a 6 part article by Lee Penn

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Foreword by InPlainSite.org

New Agers dismiss the Bible as being unreliable (in spite of much evidence to the contrary). Many atheists and non believers refuse to accept that the Gospels were even written by the people who’s names are attached to them. Yet, as in the case of Barbara Marx Hubbard, a spirit that identified itself to her as "Jesus" is believed without reservation or question. It is accepted that these spirits are who they claim to be and that the particulars they provide are unreservedly true. No further proof or evidence asked for and none received. These people are making an effort to shape the very world on the words of a spook without credentials or any form of evidence that they are who they say they are...

In fact, all too many people seem to be prejudiced against the Bible, but well disposed towards other 'holy books' like the Qur’an, the Bhagavad-Gita, the Book of Mormon. This is a rather illogical situation, because there is far a plethora of evidence in favor of the Bible being true, including it's humanly impossible authorship, the scientific, historical and archaeological corroboration, and the many fulfilled prophecies... none of which are seen in the books of other religions/beliefs.

And they call Christians fools? Seems to me the boot is on the other foot. See Choose Life That You Might Live


INTRODUCTION
In recent years the New Age movement has come out of the closet in the Church and in the world. The New Age movement is made up of those who follow a potpourri of beliefs and practices that fall outside the boundaries of the major traditional religions (Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, animism, and Buddhism). Its manifestations are protean. Some Catholic nuns walk on labyrinths to contact the "Divine Feminine." Increasing numbers of health insurance companies have heeded consumers' demands to cover offbeat treatments, ranging from Ayurvedic herbal medicine to "therapeutic touch" - in which a healer's hands manipulate "energy fields" but never touch the patient's body. Hillary Clinton has contacted the spirit of Eleanor Roosevelt under the guidance of Jean Houston - a New York-based avatar who runs a "Mystery School," and who inspired the current fad of walking on labyrinths. Millions of Americans with more money than common sense are buying into this trendy, feel-good style of spirituality; they have helped to keep Neale Donald Walsch's Conversations with God books on the best-seller lists since 1997. These are the people who say, "I'm spiritual, but not religious." See Spiritual Not Religious


TEACHINGS of THE NEW AGE MOVEMENT

What, then, do the New Age prophets teach? Let Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Robert Muller, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Neale Donald Walsch, David Spangler, and Matthew Fox speak for themselves - and for the motley crew of "spirit guides," "ascended masters," and "cosmic Christs" whom they have served.

The avatars of the New Age say that humanity is God, and that there is no death. Barbara Marx Hubbard states the creed of the Serpent succinctly: "We are immortal. We are not bound by the limits of the body."[32] "We can create new life forms and new worlds. We are gods!"[33] Neale Donald Walsch says the same: "Trust God. Or if you wish, trust yourself, for Thou Art God."[34] His spirit guide denies death, saying, "There is no 'death.' Life goes on forever and ever. Life Is. You simply change form."[35] Alice Bailey said, "We are all Gods, all the children of the One Father, as the latest of the Avatars, the Christ, has told us."[36] These New Age teachers repeat the lies that the Devil told in Eden: "You will not die. For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened and you will be like God, knowing good and evil." (Gen. 3:4-5). As a woman devotee of Walsch's recently told the Washington Post, "We discovered the God within ... That's why we need God. Because we are God."[37]

Since we are gods, there is no need for Christ to save us. Instead, as Barbara Marx Hubbard says, "Multitudes of self-saviors is what we are, for those who have eyes to see."[38] How will mankind perform this feat? David Spangler says that we "manifest our heritage as gods in the making" by becoming "a spiritual materialist, or material spiritualist;"[39] now "comes the time to become the servants of evolution" and to "release the light, the love, the wisdom that will bring our renunciation of spiritual estate to its fruition, in the occult redemption of the world."[40] In other words, we are asked to tell God non serviam, and to choose Hell.

New Age teachers invert Christian doctrine about sin, the Devil, and the Fall. Barbara Marx Hubbard says,

    "The serpent symbolizes an irresistable [sic] energy that is leading us toward life ever-evolving. First the serpent tempted Eve to eat of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. It attracted her beyond the animal/human world which knew no separation from the Creator. Then self-awareness came."[41] She adds, "Evil - the devil - is evolution's selection process that constantly weeds out the weaker from the stronger."[42]

A spirit that identified itself to Barbara Marx Hubbard as "Jesus" told her to "love Satan, my fallen brother," and to "forgive Satan for fearing God."[43] Walsch's ectoplasmic friend says that Adam and Eve "are said to have committed Original Sin. I tell you this: it was the Original Blessing. For without this event, the partaking of the knowledge of good and evil, you would not even know the two possibilities existed!"[44] Blavatsky spoke most plainly: "The Fall was the result of man's knowledge, for his 'eyes were opened.' Indeed, he was taught Wisdom and the hidden knowledge by the 'Fallen Angel."[45]

These New Age teachings lead inexorably to praise of the Darkness. Walsch's statement that God is "the Darkness that creates the Light, and makes it possible"[46] mirrors Blavatsky's dictum that "According to the tenets of Eastern Occultism, DARKNESS is the one true actuality, the basis and the root of light ... Light is matter, and DARKNESS, pure Spirit."[47] Alice Bailey likewise says that those who learn to meditate will see that "darkness is pure spirit."[48] Followers of Bailey's New Age path will find that "each contact with the Initiator leads the initiate closer to the centre of pure darkness ... a centre or point of such intense brilliance that everything fades out and at the place of tension, and at that darkest point, let the group see a point of clear cold fire."[49] Perhaps Dante was right when he described the center of Hell as ice.

Theosophists make it clear that in the contest between God and the Devil, they side with the Devil. Blavatsky says,

    "It is but natural ... to view Satan, the Serpent of Genesis, as the real creator and benefactor, the Father of Spiritual mankind. For it is he who was the 'Harbinger of Light,' bright radiant Lucifer, who opened the eyes of the automaton created by Jehovah."[50]

According to Alice Bailey, the revolt of the angels against God was part of "the divine plan of evolution;" the fallen angels "descended from their sinless and free state of existence in order to develop full divine awareness upon earth."[51] David Spangler, like Blavatsky, praises Lucifer as "the angel of man's evolution. He is the angel of man's inner light."[52] He says that "Lucifer comes to give us the final gift of wholeness,"[53] and "as we move into a new age", "each of us in some way is brought to that point which I term the Luciferic initiation."[54] Spangler sees this as "an initiation into the New Age. It is an initiation of leaving the past and moving into the new, shedding our guilts and fears ... and becoming whole and at peace because we have recognized our inner light and ... the light of God."[55] G. K. Chesterton warns those who wander after this will-o'-the-wisp:

    "Of all conceivable forms of enlightenment the worst is what these people call the Inner Light. Of all the horrible religions the most horrible is the worship of the god within. ... That Jones shall worship the god within him turns out ultimately to mean that Jones shall worship Jones."[56]

The New Age prophets deny orthodox teaching about Christ. Alice Bailey says that "Christ taught also that the Kingdom of God is on Earth and told us to seek that Kingdom first and let all things go for its sake." [57] Jesus Christ said otherwise to Pilate while He was on trial for his life: "My kingship is not of this world" (Jn. 18:36) - a rebuke to utopians who seek to build a New Jerusalem on earth by human action, and also to those who enrich themselves and abuse or dominate others "in the name of God." Bailey denies hell and Christ's atonement for man's sin; instead, "the concept of hell" will be replaced by "an understanding of the law which makes each man work out his salvation upon the physical plane, which leads him to right the wrongs which he may have perpetrated in his lives on Earth, and which enables him eventually to 'clean his own slate'."[58 ] What a rotten deal Bailey offers! Instead of being saved and forgiven through Christ's death and resurrection and being told like the good thief "Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise" (Luke 23:43), we are left with the unforgiving law of karma and the requirement to right all the wrongs of all our past lives ourselves.

For Barbara Marx Hubbard, the Second Coming will occur "when the Christ within the people of Earth awakens simultaneously in a Planetary Pentecost."[59] Robert Muller echoes his mentor Alice Bailey in saying that after the New Age Christ "reappears," he will help mankind to set its affairs aright; he will then leave Earth again forever, saying "I have to turn My sight to other troubled and unfinished celestial bodies. I now pronounce you Planet of God."[60]

As might be expected from a man who has channeled "a disembodied entity" for 20 years, [61] David Spangler says, "Christ is the perfect balance to Lucifer."[62] Like Matthew Fox, Spangler proposes to replace Jesus with the "cosmic Christ;" "any old Christ will not do, not if we need to show that we have something better than the mainstream Christian traditions. It must be a cosmic Christ, a universal Christ, a New Age Christ. ... The Christ is universal. It is cosmic. It always has been."[63] Note the pronoun: Spangler calls Christ "it." The Christology of the New Age savants earns this Scriptural rebuke:

    "Every spirit which confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is of God, and every spirit which does not confess Jesus is not of God. This is the spirit of antichrist, of which you heard that it was coming, and now it is in the world already." (1 John. 4:2-3)

New Age writers follow the Gnostic tradition, denying that birth, life, and the body are good. Neale Donald Walsch says, "Birth itself is a death, and death a birth. For in birth, the soul finds itself constricted within the awful limitations of a body, and at death escapes those constrictions again."[64] This is, almost word for word, what the Theosophist Alice Bailey wrote: "Birth establishes the soul in the true prison, and physical death is only the first step toward liberation."[65]

Denial of the goodness of the body leads to giving a "get out of Hell free" card to Hitler. As Neale Donald Walsch says, "Hitler went to heaven."[66] "There is no hell, so there is no place else for him to go."[67] After all, according to Walsch's incubus, Hitler was doing his victims a favor by killing them; his deeds were "mistakes," not crimes: "The mistakes Hitler made did no harm or damage to those whose deaths he caused. Those souls were released from their earthly bondage, like butterflies emerging from a cocoon. ... When you see the utter perfection in everything - not just in those things with which you agree, but (and perhaps especially) those things with which you disagree - you achieve mastery."[68] The price of "mastery" is to see "utter perfection" in Auschwitz and Treblinka. David Spangler's spirit friend, an entity named "John," likewise said, "We naturally do not identify life with the physical body, consequently, to us, the loss of your physical form is not a tragedy ... The death of millions of people in itself is not a tragedy for us, for it simply means their birth into our domains."[69]

Walsch's "God" says that Hitler does not deserve blame for his acts - but the rest of humanity is responsible for allowing them to happen; "The purpose of the Hitler Experience was to show humanity to itself."[70] Walsch's imp repeats what Alice Bailey said in September 1939, as World War II began: "Blame not the personalities involved ... They are only the product of the past and the victims of the present. At the same time, they are the agents of destiny, the creators of the new order and the initiators of the new civilisation; they are the destroyers of what must be destroyed before humanity can go forward along the Lighted Way. They are the embodiment of the personality of humanity. Blame yourselves, therefore, for what is today transpiring."[71] A similar argument has been common for a generation in American courtrooms: the criminal is not accountable for his evil deeds; instead, "society" - everybody else - is guilty.

The New Age philosophers define evil as matter, selfishness, and the refusal to embrace change. Alice Bailey says, "The domination of spirit (and its reflection, soul) by matter is what constitutes evil;"[72] at the human level, "the true nature of cosmic evil finds its major expression" in "materialistic selfishness and the sense of isolated separativeness."[73] David Spangler has a similar definition of evil. It "seeks a reductionist simplicity," "cannot abide change," "cannot abide complexity," is "fixated upon its sense of particularity," "is the dimension of separation," and "abhors diversity and seeks conformity and sameness."[74] This is the same way that some liberals in politics and the churches describe those who are not "PC." For Walsch's god, the basis of goodness is knowledge: "The mistake, therefore, is not in choosing what is best for you, but rather, in not knowing what is best."[75] This belief might explain why some "progressives" see education as the panacea for all social ills,

For New Age teachers, spiritual growth is not the fruit of taking up the Cross and following Christ. Instead, as Barbara Marx Hubbard says,

    "Your highest spiritual beings, even now, are telling you that each of you has access to an inner teacher ... They tell you that through a process called 'initiation,' you can transform yourself into an 'ascended master'."[76]

(Perhaps "initiation" is more dangerous than Ms. Hubbard lets on; Alice Bailey says, "each contact with the Initiator leads the initiate closer to the centre of pure darkness."[77] ) Walsch's god does not favor obedience to God's will: "Obedience is not growth, and growth is what I desire."[78] Instead, the spook offers this alternative:

    "No kind of evolution ever took place through denial. If you are to evolve, it will not be because you've been able to successfully deny yourself things you know 'feel good,' but because you've granted yourself these pleasures - and found something even greater. For how can you know that something is 'greater' if you've never tasted the 'lesser'?"[79]

Groovy! Do your own thing, man! Don't knock it if you haven't tried it!

In the same way that the New Age teachers invert theology, they also invert morality. Walsch's celestial confidant told him that: "There's no such thing as the Ten Commandments. ... God's Law is No Law."[80] As a result, Walsch's god approves of sexual activity by children and teenagers, saying

    "In enlightened societies offspring are never discouraged, reprimanded, or 'corrected' when they begin to find early delight in the nature of their very being. ... Sexual functions are also seen and treated as totally natural, totally wonderful, and totally okay."[81]

Walsch's goblin does not say whether the enlightened little ones are doing it solo, with their friends, with their siblings, or with adults. Barbara Marx Hubbard says, "The break-up of the 20th century procreative family structure is a vital perturbation needed for the breakthrough of the 21st century cocreative family structure."[82] For the sake of the Divine Self, Neale Donald Walsch denounces fidelity and marriage vows: "Betrayal of yourself in order not to betray another is Betrayal nonetheless. It is the Highest Betrayal." [83]

Indeed, family members who won't move into the New Age should be left behind. Barbara Marx Hubbard says, "But if members of our family choose to remain where they are, we have no moral obligation to suppress our own potential on their behalf. In fact the suppression of potential is more 'immoral' than growing beyond our biological relationships."[84] Once our bodies, minds, and souls are drained dry by free sex and trafficking with the spirit world, we can - and ought to - choose to die. As Barbara Marx Hubbard says, "Those who have more to create choose to live on until they are finished with their work. When we feel that our creativity has run its course, we gracefully choose to die. In fact, it seems unethical and foolish to live on."[85]

Both Barbara Marx Hubbard and Neale Donald Walsch would rewrite the Lord's Prayer, making it a hymn to the Divine Self. Barbara Marx Hubbard's version is:

    "Our Father/Mother God... Which Art In Heaven... Hallowed Be Our Name... Our Kingdom Is Come... Our Will Is Done... Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread... Forgive Us Our Trespasses As We Forgive Those Who Trespass Against Us... Leave Us Not In Temptation But Deliver Us From Evil... For Ours Is The Kingdom, Ours The Power, Ours The Glory, For Ever And Ever. Amen."[86]

Walsch's familiar spirit inverts the prayer in the same way, saying,

    "My Children, who art in Heaven, hallowed is your name. Your kingdom is come, and your will is done, on Earth as it is in Heaven. ... For thine is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, forever."[87]

Are these savants copying each other on the Earth-plane, or are their spirit guides holding conference calls to coordinate their messages to humankind?

End Notes
[32] Barbara Marx Hubbard, Conscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of Our Social Potential, New World Library, Novato, California, 1998, ISBN 1-57731-016-0, p. 212
[33] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Revelation: A Message of Hope for the New Millennium, Nataraj Publishing, Novato, CA, 1995, ISBN 1-882591-21-6, p. 312
[34] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1998; ISBN 1-57174-103-8; p. 350
[35] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 40
[36] Alice A. Bailey, The Reappearance of the Christ, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, 1948; ISBN 0-85330-114-X, p. 9
[37] Hanna Rosin, "Beyond 2000: Many Shape Unique Religions at Home," Washington Post, January 18, 2000, p. A1
[38] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Book of Co-Creation Part II - The Promise Will Be Kept: The Gospels, The Acts, the Epistles, Foundation for Conscious Evolution, San Rafael, California, 1993 (privately published), p. 143
[39] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, p. 54
[40] David Spangler, Towards a Planetary Vision, Findhorn Publications, 2nd ed. 1980; ISBN 0-905249-49-6, p. 75
[41] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Book of Co-Creation Part II - The Promise Will Be Kept: The Gospels, The Acts, the Epistles, Foundation for Conscious Evolution, San Rafael, California, 1993 (privately published), p. 172
[42] Barbara Marx Hubbard, Happy Birth Day Planet Earth: The Instant of Co-Operation, Ocean Tree Books, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1986; ISBN 0-943734-08-8; p. 22
[43] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Revelation: A Message of Hope for the New Millennium, Nataraj Publishing, Novato, CA, 1995, ISBN 1-882591-21-6, p. 187
[44] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 57
[45] H. P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy, Vol. II - Anthropogenesis, Theosophical University Press, 1970, "Verbatim with the Original Edition, 1888," p. 513
[46] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1998; ISBN 1-57174-103-8; pp. 10-11
[47] H. P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy, Vol. I - Cosmogenesis, Theosophical University Press, 1970, "Verbatim with the Original Edition, 1888," p. 70
[48] Alice A. Bailey, The Rays and the Initiations: Volume V, A Treatise on the Seven Rays, 1960, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-122-0, p. 174
[49] Alice A. Bailey, The Rays and the Initiations: Volume V, A Treatise on the Seven Rays, 1960, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-122-0, p. 174
[50] H. P. Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy, Vol. II - Anthropogenesis, Theosophical University Press, 1970, "Verbatim with the Original Edition, 1888," p. 243
[51] Alice A. Bailey, The Externalisation of the Hierarchy, 1957, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-106-9; p. 118
[52] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, p. 37
[53] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, p. 45
[54] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, p. 44
[55] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, p. 45
[56] G. K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy, Image Books, 1959, ISBN 0-385-01536-4, p. 76 [57] Alice A. Bailey, The Externalisation of the Hierarchy, 1957, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-106-9; p. 603
[58] Alice A. Bailey, Esoteric Healing - Volume IV: A Treatise on the Seven Rays, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, 1953, p. 393
[59] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Book of Co-Creation Part II - The Promise Will Be Kept: The Gospels, The Acts, the Epistles, Foundation for Conscious Evolution, San Rafael, California, 1993 (privately published), p. 246
[60] Robert Muller, New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality, World Happiness and Cooperation, P.O. Box 1153, Anacortes, Washington 98221, 1993, ISBN 1-880455-04-8, p. 191
[61] J. Gordon Melton, Jerome Clark, Aidan A. Kelly, New Age Encyclopedia, Gale Research Inc., Detroit, First Edition, ISSN 1047-2746; p. 428
[62] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, pp. 39-40
[63] David Spangler, Reflections on the Christ, Findhorn Lecture Series, 3rd ed., 1981; ISBN 0-905249-52-6, p. 107
[64] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1998; ISBN 1-57174-103-8; p. 201
[65] Alice A. Bailey, Esoteric Healing - Volume IV: A Treatise on the Seven Rays, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, 1953, pp. 392-393
[66] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 35
[67] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 42
[68] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 42
[69] David Spangler, "Excerpts from Conversations With John," Internet document, http://www.oz.net/jz/spiritaa.html, p. 5
[70] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 54
[71] Alice A. Bailey, The Externalisation of the Hierarchy, 1957, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-106-9, p. 135
[72] Alice A. Bailey, The Rays and the Initiations: Volume V, A Treatise on the Seven Rays, 1960, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-122-0, p. 144
[73] Alice A. Bailey, The Rays and the Initiations: Volume V, A Treatise on the Seven Rays, 1960, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-122-0, p. 753
[74] David Spangler, Reimagination of the World: A Critique of the New Age, Science, and Popular Culture: The Chinook Summer Conferences of David Spangler and William Irwin Thompson, July 1988 and 1989; Bear & Company Publishing, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1991; ISBN 0-939680-92-0, p. 132
[75] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1998; ISBN 1-57174-103-8; p. 9
[76] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Revelation: A Message of Hope for the New Millennium, Nataraj Publishing, Novato, CA, 1995, ISBN 1-882591-21-6, p. 281
[77] Alice A. Bailey, The Rays and the Initiations: Volume V, A Treatise on the Seven Rays, 1960, Lucis Publishing Company, New York, ISBN 0-85330-122-0, p. 174
[78] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 98
[79] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 79
[80] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 167
[81] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 105
[82] Barbara Marx Hubbard, Conscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of Our Social Potential, New World Library, Novato, California, 1998, ISBN 1-57731-016-0, p. 208
[83] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 2, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1997; ISBN 1-57174-056-2; p. 97
[84] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Book of Co-Creation Part II - The Promise Will Be Kept: The Gospels, The Acts, the Epistles, Foundation for Conscious Evolution, San Rafael, California, 1993 (privately published), p. 60
[85] Barbara Marx Hubbard, Conscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of Our Social Potential, New World Library, Novato, California, 1998, ISBN 1-57731-016-0, p. 205
[86] Barbara Marx Hubbard, The Revelation: A Message of Hope for the New Millennium, Nataraj Publishing, Novato, CA, 1995, ISBN 1-882591-21-6, pp. 313-314; the ellipses represent Hubbard's explanation of each phrase of her prayer, and the italics in the prayer are as given in the original text.
[87] Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 3, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., 1998; ISBN 1-57174-103-8; p. 366

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