Texe Marrs has written an expose' of the New Age Movement in which he argues that leadership has embarked on a mission to gain influence in every facet of society, from the entertainment industry to public schools to government.
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About the Author
Well-known author of three #1 national Christian bestsellers, including the landmark bestselling book, Dark Secrets of the New Age, Texe Marrs has also written 46 other books for such major publishers as Simon & Schuster, John Wiley, McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall/Arco, Stein & Day, and Dow Jones-Irwin. His books have sold millions of copies and have been published in many foreign languages, including Turkey, Greece, Romania, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. They have been featured as main selections of the Christian Book Club, the Conservative Book Club, and the Computer and Electronics Book Clubs. Texe Marrs was assistant professor of aerospace studies, teaching American Defense Policy, strategic weapons systems, and related subjects at the University of Texas at Austin from 1977 to 1982. He has also taught international affairs, political science, and psychology for two other universities. A graduate Summa Cum Laude from Park University, Kansas City, Missouri, he earned his Master's degree at North Carolina State University. As a career USAF officer (now retired), he commanded communications-electronics and engineering units. He holds a number of military decorations, including the Vietnam Service Medal and the Presidential Unit Citation, and served in Germany, Italy, and throughout Asia. He was chosen Airman of the Year while serving in Korat Air Base, Thailand. President of Power of Prophecy Ministries and RiverCrest Publishing in Austin, Texas, Texe Marrs is a frequent guest on radio and TV talk shows throughout the U.S.A. and Canada in response to the public's search for greater insight into Bible prophecy, secret societies, politics, and world affairs. His latest books are Robot Alchemy: Androids, Cyborgs and the Magic of Artificial Life; Conspiracy of the Six-Pointed Star: Eye-Opening Revelations and Forbidden Knowledge About Israel, the Jews, Zionism, and the Rothschilds; Codex Magica: Secret Signs, Mysterious Symbols, and Hidden Codes of the Illuminati; Mysterious Monuments: Encyclopedia of Secret Illuminati Designs, Masonic Architecture, and Occult Places; and the highly acclaimed Conspiracy World: A Truthteller's Compendium of Eye-Opening Revelations and Forbidden Knowledge. In addition to his many books, Texe Marrs has produced over 30 bestselling video documentaries, including the investigative exposé, Die, America, Die!: The Illuminati Plan to Murder America, Confiscate Its Wealth, and Make Red China Leader of the New World Order.
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Dark Secrets of the New Age: Satan's Plan for a One World Religion based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I'm a big fan of Texe. He is a leader of the awakening. This was published back in 1987. I would recommend it to those Christians who know nothing of the New Age and it's role in the New World Order. It might also be illuminating to the Wiccans to find that their Neo Con political leaders who pose as Christians are also practicing occultists who hold a bit more occult knowledge than summoning rituals and tarot card reading. Texe has a lot of books out there and he is still writing them (one is due out June '08). You can catch his radio program on his website, "Power of Prophecy". This book deals with Mystery Babylon, a One World Order, One Religion, Conspiracy and Propaganda, the New Age Antichrist, Messages from demons, Apostasy, and much more. Pretty tame for today's conspiracy buff though. Give it to those who are Christians, Pagans, Muslims, Gnostics, Jewish, Rastfari, Hindu, Buddhist, etc., etc., secularists, atheist. All those who will be brought together or murdered.
I do feel sorry for our future generations*
When I first read this book I thought it was a little over the top--and although I do believe at points the author goes a little overboard and I believe misinterprets scripture some--I'm glad I read this book. Now when I look around I can see New Age influences everywhere, from inside the White House to Oprah(now when I hear her refer to the "universe", I understand what she means)to even our most popular musicians. Did I agree with every little thing in this book? Not at all. At times the author had me cringing from his what seemed like paranoia, that's why I only gave 3 stars. However he did a lot of great research for this book and that made it a really interesting read. A real eye-opener!