“The Supreme Grand Master of Satan and the Grand Masters under him have kept secret meetings at various cities across the world and underground in the Hub. There are two major hubs or points (plus other minor ones) of world control. The one is in Wilmette, Illinois and the other is located in Syria. These ‘hubs’ are Bahai Temples of the Bahai World Faith, having underground chambers going into the depths of the Earth.”
– Marian Apparitions an d Apocalyptic Research
As noted above and in volume one of this work, the Baha ‘ i Faith is to be the One World Religion. Behind all the interfaith activity; behind all the Masonic programs to bring about a world syncretist religion of religions, stand the Baha ‘ is. The Baha ‘ i religion attracts many with its claim that it is tolerant of all religions, committed to social justice, and rejects racism. Yet what Helen Westover, a former Baha ‘ i of 2 years, found was, as she put it, truly chilling.
Through diligent and independent research, Helen Westover traced the history of the Bahai Religion. This world religion was originated by Sayyid Ali Muhammad, or the Bab who was born in Iran in 1819 to a middle class family. He was a descendant of Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam. He had a gentle demeanor and was given to introspection. Through his study of religious literature, he decided he was the Expected One, the Hidden Imam whom the Muslims were expecting.
On May 23, 1844, he declared ‘ himself to be the Bab ‘ – the Gate, ‘ or the Point, ‘ a new Manifestation of the Deity. This date is considered a holy day by the Baha ‘ is, and is celebrated as the be ginning of their religion. The Bab then set up a theocratic society, thus following the Islamic system.
The Bab wrote many tablets or letters and books. His teachings on the family, etc, was heavily influenced by his reading of the New Testament. (His teachings on women (being forbidden to wear the Veil, being allowed to freely associate with men, etc. aro used the ire of the Muslims). He taught progressive revelation and claimed to be the successor of Adam, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Mohammad. His reign was to last 1511 years and precluded the appearance of any further manifestations, ‘ for at least that time period. His first converts were 18 individuals deemed the Letters of the Living ‘ among which was the notable and influential Mirza – Hysayn – Ali, who called himself Baha (Glory). The Bab chose for his successor and vice Regent Mirza Yaha Sub – i – Azal, the half – brother of Baha. Sub – i – Azal was not to be another Manifestation, but was given authority to oversee the growth of the Babi Faith.
Declared a heretic by the Shiites, the Bab was imprisoned and executed by firing squad in 1850. Years later, h e was buried in, of all places, Mt. Carmel in Haifa, Israel. (CATHOLIC FAMILY NEWS, Vol. 10, Issue No. 3, March, 2010. ― Baha ‘ i to You by Helen Westover, pp 3 & 4)
The Baha or the Bahalluah as he was later known, took over after the Bab and declared the intransigent Babis (the followers of the Bab, and who were of the Babi Faith, forerunner to the Baha ‘ i Faith) to be heretics who did not accept him as the one who is Him Whom God Will Make Manifest. The Baha renamed himself, Bahalluah – (Glory of God) decided to disregard the annoying prophesy that the Bab ‘ s reign would last for 1511 years, and in 1863, declared himself to be the Promised One, the Second Coming of Christ, the Spirit of Truth. ‘ (John 14:16) (Ibid, p 4).
The Bahalluah essentially took over the Bab‘s original Babis religion and with his forceful personality gained converts to his Cause. The Bahalluah sent letters to all rulers in the world, declaring him self as THE world leader. For those who did not accept him as such, he promised punishment. The next Baha ‘ i leader to arrive on the scene was Abbas Effendi.
Abbas Effendi, who is called Abdul Baha, was named by Bahalluah as his Successor. One can safely say that without Abdul Baha, Baha ‘ i would have remained an isolated Islamic heresy He sent disciples to the West to win converts, and in 1893, sent his disciples to the World Parliament of Religions. This was the first ever ecumenical gathering of many of the world ‘ s Eastern and Western religions. Religious lumi naries included leaders of the Hindu, Sikh (an ancient monotheistic religion out of Persia, whose prophet was Zoroaster, sometimes called Zarathustra), Buddhism, Christian Science, various forms of spiritism, and Indigenous and earth – centered religions. If this reminds you of t he Assisi gatherings, you have the right idea, the only difference being that the Catholic Church condemned the Parliament. As a result of this exposure, Abdul Baha gleefully added Krishna and Buddha to the list of manifestations, ‘ something Bahalluah would not have done.
Repackaged for the Western audience, the Faith ‘ made inroads especially in England and the USA. The ̳ Principles ‘ mentioned last month, the absolute equality of man and woman, etc. were crafted by Abdul Baha, and never entered the mind of Bahalluah.
Abdul Baha was never to claim to be a Manifestation, yet he be – haved like one.
He had an incredible charisma, and mesmerized people into worshiping him as a god, or at least, the divine successor to Bahalluah. An American, Horace Holley, described his feelings on meeting him: He displayed a beauty of stature, an inevitable harmony of attitude I had never encountered before in men … My whole body went into shock. My heart leaped … from pure helplessness I wanted to cry … While my own personality was flowing away … a new being, not my own, assumed his place … I realized that I had thus drawn as near as man now may to pure spirit and pure being. ‘ (CATHOLIC FAMILY NEWS, March, 2010. Baha ‘ i to You by Helen Westover, p 4).
As Helen Westover puts it, ― I believe that is as accurate an ac count of demonic possession as I ‘ ve seen. He had this effect on many people, with women swooning, people literally falling at his feet. He was knighted by the British Government. (Ibid).
There was always to be an official interpreter of the Bahai faith, a Guardian, following Bahalluah and Abdul Baha (Abbas Effendi). Abdul Baha chose his grandson, Shoghi Effendi to be his successor and he in turn was to name his successor in his will. However, Shoghi never got around to it. Shoghi turned out to be a pathetic, incompetent leader. This situation (leaving the faithful without a successor) caused considerable consternation amongst the faithful. Damage control was need ed. Helen Westover explains:
After a protracted power struggle, ultimately, it was decided that The Universal House of Justice (HOJ), the Baha ‘ i governing body which the founders said should someday be established. However, the HOJ was itself to have a guardian. Having an unbroken chain of succession was a sine qua non to the Baha ‘ i movement and one of its strong est selling points, demonstrating its superiority to other religions. Bahai ‘ s are not allowed to question this interpretation, and must accept the Universal House of Justice as an infallible body, and its decisions must be obeyed in every detail. (Ibid). The Baha ‘ i statement about the Universal House of Justice – that even though there is no guardian, the Covenant of Bahalluah is unbroken, it‘s all encompassing power inviolate… is a falsehood. We can see that among the inner circle of leaders, anything is condoned including lying to achieve their power and dominance over all. There is no honesty whatsoever – so whatever must be done to accomplish their goal, wil l be done.
Just what is their goal? Helen Westover explains. The Universal House of Justice is now the sole arbiter in matters of faith. It is not, eventually, to be limited to Baha ‘ is, it is destined to govern the whole world. The ultimate goal is f or the Faith to take over with a One World theocratic government. Thus the entire globe will be sub ject to the Administrative Order ‘ created by Bahalluah. It is to be a ̳ democratic ‘ institution, though only Baha ‘ is can be elected. (CATHOLIC FAMILY NEWS, March, 2010. Baha ‘ i to You ‖ by Helen Westover, P 23).
The Baha ‘ i religion is one of 130 non – governmental organizations (NGO) that are within the United Nations. All these organizations work towards world government and the destruction of national so vereign ty. They also work for a universal converging of all religions into one. These programs to takeover and control the world under U.N and United Religions auspices are generally unknown to the public because the media does not cover these issues. Thus there is no accountability.
The Baha ‘ i is greatly esteemed by the United Nations and there has been a close working relationship between the two since the founding of the U.N. in 1945. The Baha ‘ i was officially recognized by the U.N. ‘ s Department of Public Information and has worked closely with the World Health Organization, UNICEF and many other concerns.
The Baha ‘ i and the U.N. goals are the same. In the Baha ‘ i community belief statement, we learn: The current world confusion and calamitous condition in human affairs is a natural phase in an organic process leading ultimately and irresistibly to the unification of the human race in a single social order whose boundaries are those of the planet.
Of course, what is not said in this statement is that they them selves, have worked to bring about this current world confusion and calamitous condition in human affairs so as to bring about the desired unification of the human race in a single social order whose boundaries are those of the Planet. As said in this statement, this calamitous condition in human affairs may be natural but it is due to man‘s fallen nature and is being aggravated by these very forces working for world control to bring about world government and world religion.
Furthermore, this so – called tolerant ‘ religion which espouses the ̳ validity of all religions, ‘ is consigning all religions but its own to oblivion, referring to them as the ̳ stuff of history. ‘
Helen Westover enlightens us on what the Baha ‘ i intentions are concerning the U.N. and world religion:
Curiously, the UN doesn‘t grasp the ultimate goal of its Baha ‘ i partners, which is to transform the UN itself. The UN, bad as it is, would never agree to establish a theocracy governed by the Most Holy Book, ‘ the Aqdas. They propose a religious forum, to be institutionalized into the UN, but with certain qualifications for member ship: …only those religious leaders who make it clear to their followers that prejudice (and) bigotry … have no place in the life of a religious person should be invited to participate in the work of this body. ‘ Clearly, any religious leader ‘ whose bigotry ‘ follows the words of Jesus Christ that . . .no man comes to the Father except through Me ‘ need not apply. So as uber – Baha ‘ i ( Susan ‘ s husband) told me one time, they ‘ re waiting for the world to fall apart; then they take over. ‘(Ibid, p 23).
The Bahai ‘ s number over 5 million people and it is the fastest growing new religion in the world. It targets young people especially on college campuses and through interfaith functions (such as World Youth Day, etc.). It is very influential and totalitarian. It is this Baha ‘ i Religion that is working via Free masonic societies infiltrating all religions (but especially Christian religions, particularly the Catholic religion) to bring about a world religion through interfaith programs. All the world ‘ s religions are to be converged into a new world religion. The Baha ‘ i Religion, as Henry Swan pointed out in his: My Work With Necedah is to be THAT World Religion. Thus a world (false) theocratic government will be established, but not until a world religion is brought about so as to make this world government possible. This will be when (and that is coming VERY SOON) the True Catholic Christian Faith will be totally outlawed and suppressed. The End Times Christian will have to bring the True Remnant Church underground. Public places of worship (churches, chapels, etc.) will not be permitted except those approved by the Anti – Christ state. The under ground Remnant Church will have to be in private homes or disguised in some way as it has been in Communist countries.