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Institute of Noetic Sciences: Fascists and the New Age

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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. . . .


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:


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

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