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Institute of Noetic Sciences: Fascists and the New Age

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Von Braun and Fellow Adherents to the Age of Aquarius

COMMENT: We view the so-called “New Age” with a jaundiced eye. Although the term itself is a “broad brush” with which to paint, a disturbingly large amount of what its adherents manifest is derivative of elements of Nazi occultism and the intelligence community’s mind control programs.

A major constellation in the New Age firmament is the Institute of Noetic Sciences. Based in Petaluma, California, the institute was co-founded by SS officer, Third Reich and NASA rocket scientist and Project Paperclip import Werner von Braun.

Another of the co-founders is former EXXON executive Paul Temple, who also is deeply involved with Abraham Vereide’s Fellowship Foundation. 

In FTR #697, we examined the strong connections between Vereide’s group, the Third Reich and post-war Underground Reich-connected elements.

Adherents of the New Age would do well to consider with what they are engaging.

“Institute of Noetic Sciences;” Wikipedia.com

The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) is an American non-profit parapsychological[1] research institute. It was co-founded in 1973 by former astronaut Edgar Mitchell,[2][3][4] along with Wernher von Braun,[1] investor Paul N. Temple,[5] and others interested in purported paranormal phenomena,[1] in order to encourage and conduct research on noetic theory and human potentials.[6][7]
The institute conducts research on such topics such as spontaneous remission,[8][9] meditation,[8] consciousness, alternative healing practices, consciousness-based healthcare, spirituality, human potential, psychic abilities, psychokenesis[9] and survival of consciousness after bodily death.[10][11] . . .

“Werner von Braun;” OperationPaperclip.info

. . . . An OMGUS (Office of Military Government, United States) document dated April 23, 1947 states that von Braun joined the SS (Schutzstaffel) horseback riding school in 1933, then the Nazi Party on May 1, 1937 and became an officer in the SS from May 1940 to the end of the war. . . .

. . . .He began as an Untersturmführer (Second Lieutenant) and was promoted three times by Himmler, the last time in June 1943 to SS-Sturmbannführer (Wehrmacht Major). . . .

“Paul Nathaniel Temple, Jr.”; Wikipedia.com

Paul graduated from Princeton University in 1944 and Harvard Law School in 1948.[2] From 1954 to 1961 he was an international petroleum concessions negotiator for Exxon.[2] He and astronaut Edgar Mitchell co-founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences in 1973.[citation needed] He has been a member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences board of directors since 1973 and was the chairman from 1983 to 1999. He created the Temple Awards for Creative Altruism.[2][3] He helps fund The Fellowship Foundation, a secretive U.S.-based religious and political organization founded in 1935 by Methodist minister Abraham Vereide.[4][5] Paul N. Temple was an insider “core member” of the Fellowship Foundation and/or Institute for Christian Leadership since the 1940s. . . .

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One comment for “Institute of Noetic Sciences: Fascists and the New Age”

  1. A 1986 NYT article warning of a merger of the right/left in New Age/Corporate philosophy,ethos,praxis:

    http://ce399.typepad.com/weblog/2009/10/corporate-america-mind-control-and-new-age-cult-groups-ny-times-1986.html

    Posted by Shellmound | November 6, 2015, 11:57 pm

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