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    Arnold Classic Winner, Rich Gaspari, Announces: "The New Age Is Here!"

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    To help you understand a little bit about the New Age movement, it is important that you recognize its ancient roots in the occult.{1} First of all, the New Age is nothing "new". It is an ancient religion with its foundations going back to Babylon in Old Testament times to the activities of the Nephilim.{2}

    The Nephilim are "giants" that are mentioned in the Bible. Nephilim is the Hebrew word for giants.{3} I speak about the giants in greater detail in my book "Anabolic Outlaw". You will find this information in the chapter titled The Truth, as well as, Giants: More Evidence.

    Dwight L. Kinman, the author of the book The Worlds Last Dictator confirms that "The New Age religion is not new at all...It is the lie that man is divine, that he is a God...he will evolve to super-godhood..."{4} New Agers teach that man is turning into a super race...super beings.{5}

    Dr. Cathy Burns says "it is as old as the Garden of Eden...Satan's lie "ye shall be as gods" certainly has a foothold in New Age beliefs."{6} She reports that "Although the New Age is mainly promoted through the Lucis Trust (formally Lucifer Publishing Company) and its affiliates, the head of that New Age Movement is really Satan.{7}

    A popular researcher into the New Age movement has revealed that "All New Agers agree...that man's destiny is godhood..." and that "The evolving New Age man-god is described as a totally new species that will replace the outmoded race..."{8} New Age men and women believe that the rise of man to godhood is certain.{9}

    Freemasonry is one of the main channels that will bring about the New Age. The official journal of Scottish Rite Masonry is called "The New Age!" One of the aims of Masonry is for man to become a god-like being.{10}

    This quest for perfection is something that Rich Gaspari touts in a plaque that he offered for sale in Muscle & Fitness.{11} The words inscribed on the plaque read as follows:


    Not just a sport
    but a way of life.
    A combination of the
    mind, body, and soul.
    In quest of perfection
    within one's self.

    Rich Gaspari

    Dr. Burns points out that "If Satan can get man to believe that humans are God, then Satan himself is being worshiped in a roundabout way and this is what he wants."{12} Remember, it was Lucifer who said, "I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High." - Isaiah 14:14 (KJV) 

    Is bodybuilding the breeding ground for this super race of giants the New Agers talk about?
    Was Rich Gaspari well aware of this when he announced that "The New Age Is Here!" in Muscle & Fitness?

    Consider the following words found in a Muscle & Fitness article titled Bodybuilding and Religion What's the relationship?:

    "The not to build champions; its aim is to build more complete human beings."{13}

    Discuss this article in the forum.

    Below is a collection of "New Age" manuals, videos, and the plaque sold by Rich Gaspari, as well as the "New Age" logo used in advertisments in Muscle & Fitness magazine. The image at the top of this article pushing the message, "THE NEW AGE IS HERE! was sold as a poster.

    Click on any image to see full size                Displaying 1 thru 4 of 4 Found.  
    New Age Manuals
    New Age Manuals

    New Age Videos
    New Age Videos

    The Plaque
    The Plaque

    New Age Logo
    New Age Logo

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    1. Walter Martin, The New Age Cult (Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House Publishers, 1989) 13
    2. Patrick Heron, The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse (Xulon Press, 2005) 131
    3. Ibid, 22
    4. Dwight L Kinman, The World's Last Dictator (Springdale, PA: Whitaker House, 1993) 154 and 155
    5. Ibid, 173
    6. Dr Cathy Burns, Questions and Answers About the New Age Movement (Mt Carmel, PA: Sharing) 3 and 4
    7. Ibid, 14
    8. Texe Marrs, Dark Secrets of the New Age (Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1987) 120 and 121
    9. Ibid, 123
    10. Dr. Cathy Burns, Hidden Secrets Of Masonry (Mt Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1990) 13 and 42
    11. Rich Gaspari's Plaque, Flex (November 1988), 134
    12. Burns, Questions and Answers About the New Age Movement, 15
    13. Kenneth R Dutton and Ronald S Laura, "Bodybuilding and Religion What's the Relationship?" Muscle & Fitness (November 1988), 227

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