New World Order: Secret Societies and Biblical Prophecy

“You shall have no other gods before Me.” (Exodus 20:3)

  • Then it shall be, if you by any means forget the LORD your God, and follow other gods, and serve them and worship them, I testify against you this day that you shall surely perish.  (Deuteronomy 8:19)

There are so many reports, videos, news articles, on the collapse of the financial economy not only in America but across the world, with Greece, Spain, and Italy being the most current who have extended their financial downfall by “borrowing” to stay afloat from a total global economic collapse.

Common language refers to the One World Order already in effect and not merely a conspiracy theory.

Forming a One World Order is contrary to God’s instructions to “you shall have no other gods before me.”

A One World Order is any new or alternative global social or political organization or system, esp. referring to that after the Cold War with one ruler:

  • one government
  • one economy
  • one military
  • one society
  • one religion

As Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900), German philosopher, stated:

“We, however, want to become those we are—human beings who are new, unique, incomparable, who give themselves laws, who create themselves. To that end we must become the best learners and discoverers of everything that is lawful and necessary in the world: we must become physicists in order to be able to be creators in this sense—while hitherto all valuations and ideals have been based on ignorance of physics or were constructed so as to contradict it. Therefore: long live physics! And even more so that which compels us to turn to physics—our honesty! by Friedrich Nietzsche” (source: dictionary.com)

“His key ideas include the death of God, perspectivism, the Übermensch, amor fati, the eternal recurrence, and the will to power. ” (source: Wikipedia)

“The common theme in conspiracy theories about a New World Order is that a secretive power elite with a globalist agenda is conspiring to eventually rule the world through an authoritarian world government—which replaces sovereign nation-states—and an all-encompassing propaganda that ideologizes its establishment as the culmination of history’s progress.” (source: Wikipedia)

To understand the future, we must understand where we have been that leads us to forming the New World Order.

The following view: debt (effectively destroys economic freedom) involving the Federal Reserve System.

YouTube video about the financial banking system and it’s historical 1929 collapse.  So sit back, relax with a cup of tea, and listen to events triggering the New World Order with its secret societies.

Wake Up Call – New World Order

(2 of 16)

For a full version of the 16 videos view here in one video (length 2:29:41)

Wake Up Call - Remastered Edition - Full Movie

God set up a full proof economic system: tithing, offerings, sacrifices.  Follow His commands, honor His economic system, include His principles into your life, for it is He who will provide for you effectively, not the government with it’s baseless values and hidden agendas to promote themselves.

  • There you shall take your burnt offerings, your sacrifices, your tithes, the heave offerings of your hand, your vowed offerings, your freewill offerings, and the firstborn of your herds and flocks. (Deuteronomy 12:6)
  • And all the tithe of the land, whether of the seed of the land or of the fruit of the tree, is the LORD’s. It is holy to the LORD. (Leviticus 27:30)
  • As for me, I will praise and worship the Lord, creator of Heaven and Earth:
  • In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. (Genesis 1:1)

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14 thoughts on “New World Order: Secret Societies and Biblical Prophecy

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  2. 1. It is not imperative that a world order is actually a one world government. A world order is a way that the world works. The medieval times had their own world order, where the new world (American continents) were isolated, Europe was a Christian kingdom, Arabia, north Africa and some parts of East Asia were part of the Islamic caliphate and so on.

    A world order of today is just another way that the world works. That is with capitalism. A One World Government isn’t necessary, and it is probably preferable to give people a sense of national pride so that they do not see the prison bars they sit behind.

    2. I don’t know why you quote the Bible, then Nietzsche and then the Bible again. You do realize he loathed everything that came after Judaism, including Christianity, right?

    3. Every epoch/era of human existence saw global change and catastrophe. That does not mean that a New World Order has to come just yet or does not mean that a New World Order is already here. How do you think the world looked when the Roman Empire was collapsing? Or when the colonial powers were expanding? During the first and second world wars?

    Just some thoughts from the top of my head on this issue…

    • Hi! Thank you for your comments.

      I was quoting Nietzsche and then the bible because he represents the theology of secularism that God/Jesus Christ is not and the Bible represents that God/Jesus Christ is real.

      It’s secularism (the idea without God/Jesus Christ) that brings about the One World Order which is contrary to God’s instructions.

      I appreciate that you took time out to express yourself.

      Again, thank you.

      Blessings,

      Mary

      • I do not agree that an idea as broad as secularism will bring about the One World Order. A secular man can be a religious man. He may pray in his church, mosque or synagogue and be an avid reader of his holy scripture, he may follow all the laws, but he may still be secular.

        Secularism is simply the belief that religion should not be interfering with the laws of the state. That religion is a private matter between communities and individuals.

        What say you to Jesus and what he told the tax collector? Did he not say to take the money back to its owner (the Caesar of Rome) and leave it at that. Does he actually argue for a religious Christian state during his lifetime? I am genuinely asking this question as I do not know that much about his life according to the Bible.

        • Hi Hayatli7:

          A secular man is not a religious man. My version of secularism vs your view is quite different.

          The dictionary clearly states that “secular” means: of or pertaining to worldly things or to things that are not regarded as religious, spiritual, or sacred; temporal: secular interests.

          If we regard religion, spiritual, or sacred as separate, then, let’s say we are at home, or at church and practice our religious beliefs but then step into a workplace or any government entity without the aid of our God, we will place ourselves into a precarious state. How can we check our God “at the door” and then “recheck our God” as we return back into privacy? Incredible!

          Our moral standards include our spiritual beliefs 24 hours 7 days a week, whereever we step (and that includes with our God, Jesus Christ).

          You can’t know the number of times I asked for His guidance, His assistance at the workplace to better myself and my clients. He always responded. I didn’t check Him at the door and step into the workplace without Him.

          Re: the tax collector issue and Caesar, the actual scripture is:

          And He said to them, “Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” (Luke 20:25)

          Simply stated, pay your taxes which is man’s law (Caesar) and also pay your tithes, freewill offerings, and sacrifices that rightfully belong to God, which is a spiritual principle.

          I will state clearly that I do practice God’s principle of tithes, freewill offerings, and sacrifices as part of my spiritual lifestyle and He (God/Jesus Christ) always sees that I have enough to pay any taxes that are lawfully due with money left over for my daily needs.

          I believe you would directly benefit from learning more about my God, Jesus Christ. Perhaps it is not a mere chance of a coincidence that you are now asking questions about Jesus Christ and that you are reading my posts.

          Blessings my friend,

          Mary

  3. Great article Mary!
    Hopefully this article and video along with the availability of the other video’s in the series, will help to open up new eyes. The eyes of us who knew alot or a little about conspiracy therories have gained further knowledge with your article. Good scripture with the article also.
    I pray people will open up their bibles and read about the one world government in it’s pages, coupled with past history presented in your article that it will have a spiritual deep impact!
    Beautiful job my friend,
    Lily

    • Hello my Lily!

      Always thank you for your comments. The One World Order is a complex issue and difficult to explain. We have to see beyond our normal views to understand what is really happening.

      I’m not too much on conspiracy theories; however, the signs of the times and where we’re heading, coupled with the government’s inability or unwillingness to set things straight using God’s instructions, will send us down a very uncomfortable road.

      I pray that the Christians do stand up and pray, pray, pray for the USA and the nations–One Nation Under God.

      Thanks and blessings,

      Mary

  4. Thanks Mary, another great post, but as I’m not well enough versed to understand of the ‘Order’ I will have study this later… Blessings Maurie

    • Hi Maurie!

      Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at the article. You will do well if you actually understand the New World Order.

      I believe Dennis Krall (Christianchirp) had a good point when he stated: I think the new world order is “the twinkling of an eye” away; at the rapture, no spirit of God left to hold back man from worshiping man.”

      Blessings,

      Mary

  5. Secular is defined as the state of being separate from religion, or not being exclusively allied to any particular religion. So although it inherintly does not refer to a religious man, but it isnt mutually exclusive. For example, I do not regard myself as a follower of a religion; yet i believe in God and pray, so does that make me a secular man or not? Secularity is one of those definitions that falls in shades of grey; religion isnt a finite concept. Oh and I enjoyed the F. Nietzsche quote, i find his “The death of God” quite interesting, nice post.

    • Hi RJWord.

      Thank you for taking time to comment on my article. I appreciate your point of view. You say you do not belong to a religion but you do believe in God. My question is: Do you believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God, that He died for your sins (and mine), that He rose from the dead three days after He was crucified?

      If so, you’re ahead of many people who haven’t reconciled themselves to this event. This would not make you “secular.”

      If not, then what makes you believe that a God exists and that He hears your prayers and answers them?

      Have you had a spiritual experience where Jesus Christ has revealed Himself to you as being genuine?

      So, let’s examine the word “religion.” Below is the dictionary.com explanation for religion:
      re·li·gion  [ri-lij-uhn]
      noun
      1. a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.
      2. a specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects: the Christian religion; the Buddhist religion.
      3. the body of persons adhering to a particular set of beliefs and practices: a world council of religions.
      4. the life or state of a monk, nun, etc.: to enter religion.
      5. the practice of religious beliefs; ritual observance of faith.

      I believe in and practice my faith in Jesus Christ who lives in the supernatural realm (Heaven). I have had a direct personal supernatural spiritual experience where He revealed Himself to me. I have formally accepted Him in the presence of my congregation where I became “born again” in the spirit.

      On August 26, 2011, I wrote an article titled “You Must Be Born Again,”.

      Secular is not grey. It means a separation from a set of beliefs, ie. particulary spiritual.

      Oh, by the way, Nietzche was wrong. God is not dead. He never proved that God was dead. It was merely his opinion, wrong, but still his opinion.

      Finally, when you pray, what do you pray about and how did you come to believe that praying was ok/good? Why?

      Let me know, I care.

      Mary

      • When Nietzche said (well not him, the madman) that “God is dead” he did not mean a literal death of God- he meant a philosophical one- best summarized by “God is dead, he has been the victim of murder and you and I are the murderers” I go into a lot of death explaining it in my blog article “On trial for the death of God” (read it sometime if you wish)..as for believing in Jesus as the son of God, i do not- i believe he was only a prophet, but i still have to post an article on that subject: as for believing in God, i believe in a Grand Architect (freemasonary)..i prefer a braod definition for god as apposed to a definite one where he is bound by the laws and expectations of a religion, I think religion gets in the way of faith..”A bible written in black and white cannot fully govern a world shaded by colour”..and the reason you have trouble understanding my faith is that you tend to assume that God and religion and faith are one entity but believe me, they are not.

        • Well, we differ in points of view. You believe in God, though you don’t state why. You believe we murdered Him. You believe Jesus was only a prophet.
          Q. How, when, and why did “we” murder God?
          Q. I don’t really understand freemasonary. The belief that philosophically God was murdered–why? Then it would make him “dead.” So why pray to a dead God?
          Q. Why pray at all?
          Q. If you pray, then you have “hope” in an outcome; but how if He is dead?
          Q. Why do you believe that He is bound by the laws and expectations of a religion? He isn’t bound.
          Q. A bible written in black and white cannot fully govern a world shaded by “colour. What do you mean “colour?” The christian bible is a book God gave Moses to help people live by a set of standards. (If we don’t have a set of standards, we will live in chaos (if we live at all.)
          Q. “The reason you have trouble understanding my faith is that you tend to assume that God and religion and faith are one entity.” One entity? No. You are still confused on what religion means. My faith is the result of a confidence in knowing that God does exist and He did create Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. It’s called having a personal relationship with Him.
          Blessings,

          Mary

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