The philosophy of “creation preservation” that has now been developed has now been officially approved as a new religion. The Vatican and other religious groups staged a list of demands in which faith in the matter is the focus.
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Catalog of demands approved
The new replacement religion that will unite humanity now appears to have officially been launched. The “Catechism”, published by Pope Francis in 2015 in the form of an encyclical called “Laudato Si'” (Info), recently received an expansion with “Laudate Deum” (Info), which in principle is reminiscent of a series of instructions.
Vatican is nailing it
In the run-up to the UN climate conference COP28, the Vatican held a Faith Leaders Summit in Abu Dhabi, at which an interfaith declaration on measures to protect the environment was also adopted. This declaration was adopted by a further 28 leading representatives from around 19 different religions, denominations and faith traditions, as “Catholic News Agency (CNA)” reported.
Highlighting an explosive point
The aim of this declaration is to protect the “fragile ecosystem” that surrounds us. To this end, “common concern about the escalating climate impacts” must be expressed. In view of the threat to “our beloved planet”, we are called upon to fulfill this shared obligation to combat the global crisis. “As we stand on the precipice of history and contemplate the gravity of the challenges we face together, we are mindful of the legacy we will leave for generations to come,” the statement said.
Broad, comprehensive measures are now absolutely necessary. This is already the urgency of the hour. Action must be taken quickly, together and decisively “to heal our wounded world and preserve the splendor of our common homeland.”
Determination of the new faith
To support the claims, this explanation focuses – and this is astonishing – not on the findings of science, but on faith. The signatories of this declaration call on governments, heads of state and NGOs to “commit to the development of a faith-based ecological narrative, continuous learning and the integration of ecological teachings and values into educational, religious and cultural institutions.” This could promote a holistic understanding of our interconnectedness.
Slightly more concrete demands describe measures to move society towards a “low-carbon lifestyle”. To achieve this, harmony with the earth and respect for its resources must be brought to attention as part of social progress.
Church of Rome inconspicuous in the background
The goal is obviously not to persuade people to take the desired action with facts, but rather with faith. The World Economy Forum (WEF) discovered faith as an immensely important factor in the realization of an agenda around 7 years ago and highlighted it as an essential point to be promoted (Info).
The Roman Catholic Church has a very long tradition of vigorously enforcing once defined dogmas. The pontiff determines what must be believed. The list of demands is now intended to officially bring state institutions into line. The creed has long been established with Laudato Si’ and this religion, which is riddled with pantheism, must also be believed. Deviations from this dictated belief will be branded as “heresy” by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (Inquisition). The executive power for initiating the resulting consequences is the state institutions. Such a constellation already existed in history and resulted in the so-called “Dark Ages”.
And once again the Church of Rome succeeds in concealing its real role as the driving force behind this movement. It always seems as if the Vatican is following an inevitable trend. The opposite is the case. It’s not the Pope who visits the government offices and asks the executives of global corporations to be heard, but rather they all give each other the door handle when they appear before the Pontiff in Rome.
And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
Bible verses from King James Version