- The United Nations climate negotiations in Cancun, Mexico, opened with the invocation of the ancient jaguar goddess Ixchel.
Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, told the crowd of scientists and politicians that Ixchel was not only goddess of the moon but also “the goddess of reason, creativity and weaving” (“Post Carbon,” The Washington Post, Nov. 29, 2010).
Figueres prayed that Ixchel would inspire the delegates “to weave together the elements of a solid response to climate change, using both reason and creativity as your tools.”
This is typical United Nations New Age spirituality. (Had she invoked Jesus Christ, she would probably have been booed off the stage and fired.) [So why didn't those who profess to be Christians WALK OUT?!]
At the U.N. Earth Summit in Rio De Janeiro in 1992, the opening ceremony featured a ship called Gaia, named for the Greek goddess of the earth. That conference was preceded by an all-night ceremony to worship Mother Earth. At dawn a Brazilian tribal high priestess led the worshipers to the edge of the ocean where they offered flowers and fruit to a sea goddess identified as the “mother of the powers, queen of the seas.” [Indeed, this takes place on New Year's Day, if I remember well, the celebration of Iemanjá, in which people gather on the eve on the beaches and throw garlands of fresh flowers into the sea! This the "remnant" of African culture, albeit, today, I believe it to be more prevalent in Brazil than anywhere in Africa! It has the ever-pervasive mix of Ubanda/Roman Catholic Religions!]
The Rio Declaration, which contains a radical environmentalist agenda, was referred to as “a sacred text.”
In reality the U.N. climate change agenda is all about a greedy transfer of wealth and the furtherance of a one-world government, which is setting the stage for the events of the book of Revelation. The delegates to Cancun from 193 nations are hypocrites who claim that there has been major global warming and that the icecaps and glaciers are melting, but instead of meeting in Alaska in December they are meeting in Mexico. And instead of walking and bicycling and sailing to Cancun, they flew in gas-guzzling airplanes that many of these environmentalists have condemned as greenhouse gas-producing monstrosities. [Indeed, the imminent "melting" to be at such rate that flooding is to take place on the coastlines! I guess Al Gore, wanting to be the first witness of this event, just purchased a luxurious $8,875,000 villa in Montecito, California, on 1.5 acres with a swimming pool, spa, fountains and... an ocean-view...!]
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