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Of John E. What I did not know until the past seven months, starting on December 30, , the day the Detroit Free Press ran a full two and a half page story on former Detroit Tiger owner John E. Fetzer was that a very major center of New Age activity had been centered not so much in California or London, but in Kalamazoo, Michigan -- miles from me as the crow flies.

What I also did not know was that John E. Fetzer had financed much of the New Age activity I had been witnessing. I certainly did not know then that John E. Ironically, he had given his valedictory speech on his chosen topic of "Faith of Our Fathers. Ironically, it was the same faith as in which I was raised in my formative years -- the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

It appears to me, sadly, that John Fetzer tossed out his Bible and replaced it with his new chosen Bible -- first Tesla with his fascination for technology of radio waves and beyond and then later with such New Age sources as "The Book of Urantia" said by some of the Fetzer Institute website sources to have possibly been written by one Kellogg also a former Seventh Day Adventist. He also became a true devotee of Alice Ann Bailey and had his close associates recite her channeled "Great Invocation" at his Monday Night meetings that are detailed in Brian C.

Wilson used. It also became obvious to me that there had to have been Evangelical "cult expert" sources who were aware of these Fetzer connections back in They tried frantically to stop my work against the New Age Movement. I now know, for example, that Richard Halverson, president of International Christian Leadership had his personal file on the "Institute of Noetice Sciences," furnished him by his good friends, Paul and Diane Temple.

Paul N. During this very time, John E. He owned a large network of radio and television stations as well as the Detroit Tigers. The video was never circulated. Extremely professional bright sodium lighting was employed that night. I suspect I might have personally ruined that video for them. At the end of the evening, everybody was to recite "The Great Invocation. A very prim and proper well-dressed black lady who looked like she could have been active and a pillar of the church in any local Baptist church sat next to me.

I will say my own prayer. Benjamin Creme has said all evening that Jesus is not the Christ -- but Maitreya is. Simultaneous with that, I went nice and loud the acoustics were wonderful! The audience was expectantly waiting from the transmission from "Maitreya.

Finally, he said to the audience, that will be all, you are dismissed. He was honestly waiting for whatever spirit possessing him to take over. It appears plainly that Maitreya could not come out and play at the Unity Center for Holistic Living on November 4, , I have now learned from my extensive downloading and reading of the Fetzer archives that John E.

Fetzer suffered a great disappointment when the Creme promised "Day of Declaration" of May 20, , did not occur. The worldwide newspaper ads of which I suspect Fetzer had been a primary donor ran on April 25, Fetzer a letter of congratulations.

Earlier on March 10, , Gordon had told Fetzer that the new cycle, including the Bailey prophesied "cleansing action" was beginning. Benjamin Creme concocted a story that I never believed, mainly because he did not come up with it until five days after he and I had a serious debate over local WRIF Detroit rock station, Sunday night interview. The New Agers had the confidence that Alice Bailey books had given them that no significant opposition could develop.

It developed and suddenly they were on the run. It is now clear to me from reading the Fetzer archives that John Fetzer was in some respects in May like the original Adventists who sat on the mountain expecting the immediate Second Coming that William Miller had told them would happen on a specific date.

It was a huge disappointment to them. May 20, was a similar huge disappointment for John E. Fetzer sold his network of radio and television stations and then the Detroit Tigers so he could follow the channeled messages from Jim Gordon and the demons possessing Gordon to establish the Fetzer Institute so the New Age Movement could continue after the disappointment.

I have also now read in those Fetzer archives that they are now confident that they will now succeed whereas in they failed -- because now a majority hold New Age beliefs. Time and events will tell, but I think it would be good for the souls of those at the Fetzer Institute who think they are duty bound to implement John E. Fetzer could come back and talk to them, he would now beg them to cease and desist, much as Jesus warned in the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus.

My first feelings towards John E. Fetzer were of anger. However, the more I have listened to the Fetzer archive tapes of conversations between him and Jim Gordon, I am realizing I was listening to a thoroughly hypnotized or brain-washed gullible man who was almost child-like in his belief in reincarnation, "the Ascended Masters," and a "New Gospel for the New Age. To do so, could literally cost you your eternal soul!

The eternal consequences for those worshiping the Beast and his image were clearly spelled out in Scripture 2, years ago. I submit that should have much more credibility than any "Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ" and the Alice Bailey writings.


Constance Cumbey

Constance Cumbey is a lawyer and activist Christian author. She was the first of seven children born to her parents. Her paternal grandparents were both raised as Quakers Society of Friends but after their marriage converted to the Church of the Nazarene. Her paternal grandmother was a Church of the Nazarene Sunday School teacher for upwards of 50 years.


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