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Over the years since I began caring for my health and later started my career in nutrition, I have observed a drastic decline in the essence that once defined the wellness industry.


The wellness industry has become a mere shell of what it used to be, with significant changes that have altered the course of its development. From the way products are manufactured to the manner in which they are marketed and sold to the different protocols offered to the public, everything about the industry has undergone an enormous transformation.


Unfortunately, these changes have profoundly impacted the industry and led to a decline in its quality and integrity.

It has metamorphosed into a religion without a soul, lacking the depth and meaning it once possessed.

No doubt, the concept of health and wellness holds significant value, as it calls on us to look after our well-being, something our Lord wants for us, as there should be no separation between our body and our soul.  

God has given us the means to cure our ailments and live healthy, but we focus too much on physical health, neglecting mental and spiritual well-being. It's an obsession causing people to become neurotics about all aspects of wholeness and forgoing what it is to be holy.

Alas, the wellness industry disguises itself with empty promises, creating a new practice of “spirituality,” which leads nowhere other than to confusion, anxiety, and despair. 

It promises to help individuals regain their health and become more spiritual beings, without depending on divine providence.

It promises hair growth, weight loss, better energy, better digestion, and longevity

You get the picture. 

It's easy however to get caught up in caring for our physical bodies, but we must remember that neglecting our souls leads to an imbalance in our overall well-being.  


We should never place bodily pursuits above those of the soul.


The soul is the very foundation of our being. It is the driving force that sustains and motivates our physical body, providing us with purpose and energy. In order to live a fulfilling life, it is essential to prioritize the care and nurturing of our souls. By doing so, we can tap into our core values and passions, and channel them into positive actions. Neglecting our spiritual health, on the other hand, can lead to a loss of direction and purpose, which can ultimately result in physical and mental illnesses. 

Imagine for a just a moment that you don't believe that God is the ultimate healer. In this scenario, even if you try every diet, supplement, detox, or exercise regimen out there you will not find relief from your physical ailments nor from your anxieties, fears, hopelessness, depression, and despair.


The truth is, that taking care of your physical health is essential, but you must not neglect the essence of your whole being - the soul.


Your soul needs nourishment, even more than your body. Neglecting your soul leads to serious health problems but putting your soul first leads to balance and harmony for a fulfilling life.


The industry has witnessed an unprecedented surge in growth, with the baby-boomer generation playing a significant role in this growth.


In 2017, the industry was valued at a whopping $4.4 trillion, which is three times larger than the worldwide pharmaceutical industry. Click here to read more. 


By 2025, the industry is expected to hit almost $7 trillion, marking a pivotal year for the Occult Movement.


However, with this success comes a downside.


It has become increasingly common for individuals to offer courses, seminars, patches, webinars, and various types of protocols at exorbitant prices, all under the banner of wellness. This group includes both licensed medical doctors, imposters and predators, who often claim to practice alternative health. These are individuals with very impressive marketing and social skills, who are gifted communicators.

While some of these wellness and healthcare providers may claim that their expensive courses and remedies can cure your ailments, they often forget to mention that the effects may not last in the long run. Instead, you may end up paying for more expensive services, like saliva tests and blood work, that won't provide any effective solutions.



The alternative health and wellness movement is predominantly driven by the baby boomer generation, as well as their children and grandchildren, making it the largest demographic involved.

Wellness has become an integral part of our lives, affecting everything from our online engagements to our shopping habits. It is a broad term that covers a wide range of activities, including physical fitness, yoga, detoxing, and self-care practices. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a significant surge in the wellness industry. This is due to the growing number of people who have lost trust in the traditional healthcare system. Many individuals who have been skeptical of institutionalized medicine for a long time are now turning to alternative ways to maintain their well-being.


In light of this, some have begun to wonder if the so called pandemic was deliberately overinflated to encourage more individuals to seek out alternative methods of healing. It is a well-founded concern that the increasing dependence on alternative therapies could eventually result in complete government and corporate control over the wellness industry, particularly since Canadian governments have been actively contemplating natural health products regulation for years.  


It has become increasingly clear that modern medicine, whether conventional or holistic, is not addressing the deeper aspects of healing centered around God.


The rise of "medical intuition" is a clear indication of this.


There has been a growing trend of people seeking guidance for healing from individuals who claim to have the ability to communicate with entities and access their souls. These individuals use telepathic communication and intuitive empathy to connect with the souls of their clients. However, it is important to question who these individuals are really communicating with and what their intentions are.


Consider that medical intuition, a controversial alternative medicine practice, is believed by some to be part of a larger agenda: the New World Order. This agenda seeks to establish a single global government and religion, with a select few individuals wielding immense power to control the masses through manipulation and deception. Therefore, it is essential to approach such practices with caution and skepticism, taking into account the potential risks and implications. It is important to be aware of the potential dangers of engaging in such practices.

All of this points to the fact that we are in dire need of a paradigm shift in the way we approach healing.


We need to once again recognize and embrace God's grace in the healing process, and make it a central part of our journey towards wellness.


There is a growing concern that the New Age Movement, including the Earth Movement (The Movement), has infiltrated various major institutions and industries.


Over the last 60 years, there has been a gradual shift towards a secular new-age religion, and the wellness industry is a part of that shift. This significant change we are experiencing today is believed to have been brought about by a powerful group of individuals commonly referred to as a cabal.

It is not unrealistic to suspect a conspiracy, which creates an illusion of a "Great Awakening". The term was coined by occultists who claim to receive telepathic messages from a mysterious Tibetan entity.

Since 2017, there has been a rise in conspiracy theories.


One such theory is the cult of QAnon, which has adopted teachings from Masonic occult authors like Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Alice Bailey, Manley Hall, and Aleister Crowley. These authors are known for their devil worship and are believed to be the players of a totalitarian new-age government and economics.

The aim of these theories is to replace Jesus Christ with a new-age Christ or a "political messiah" who embodies the "Christ Consciousness" that suits the Oligarchs. Oligarchs refer to the rulers or rich and influential business leaders, the same ones mentioned in the Bible (see the article "A Review of The Coming of the Cosmic Christ" by Matthew Fox by Bob DeWaay).

For instance, Alice Bailey, who was an aristocrat, an evangelical Christian, and considered the mother of New Age and New Earth, published "Twenty Four Books of Esoteric Philosophy" in 1957. Of particular significance is the chapter "Externalization of the Hierarchy". Bailey said, 

“Thus a great and new movement is proceeding and a tremendously increased interplay and interaction is taking place. This will go on until A.D. 2025." During the years intervening between now and then very great changes will be seen taking place, and at the great General Assembly of the Hierarchy—held as usual every century.”

Bailey describes Lucifer as follows:...,


“... the oversoul of the great collective consciousness of mankind.”

Bailey, who also wrote the book, “Esoteric Healing: A Practical Guide Based on the Teachings of the Tibetan”, claimed, 

“We are all gods....”


And Neale Donald Walsch in his book Conversations with God states,

“There is no “death”

“Life goes on forever and ever. Life is. You simply change form.”

Barbara Marx Hubbard, a Jewish agnostic, predicted “personal extinction” for people who will not get with the new age program - Marxist, and totalitarian regime.

 In Hubbard's statement,

“Your highest spiritual beings, even now, are telling you that each of you has access to an inner teacher...They tell you that through a process called ‘initiation,’ you can transform yourself into an ‘ascended master.”


The New Age and New Earth movements have grown in prominence with the help of popular writers like Eckhart Tolle and famous personalities like Oprah Winfrey and Deepak Chopra. Their disbelief in the Son of God, the logos incarnate, is primarily the result of their rebellious nature.


It is unfortunate that some individuals who believe in channeling angels and spirits and display a fear of Christianity lack a basic understanding of its teachings. These individuals, who suffer from Chrysophobia, often base their opinions on erroneous facts and presumptions, which can lead to confusion.

Since self-worshipping is accompanied by narcissism, many insane people wrongly believe they are God and have the same abilities as Him, such as the capacity to create something out of nothing.


These are the same people who, throughout the course of two millennia, have persuaded innumerable others to deny Jesus on the grounds that they do not believe He is the Messiah.

This all leads to people who are perplexed and as a result commonly suffer from mental health issues since they are uninformed of the universe's workings and order.


Be wise and let go of the fallacy that you are in control, especially after having been conned into the New Age and New Earth occult movement. 

The Course in Miracles, written by Helen Cohn Schucman in 1976, and books like The Urantia Book, just to name a few, are at the heart of kabbalah, gnosticism, freemasonry, and modernism, which instructs followers to channel God, and to love oneself and everyone because we are all one.  


The word "love" is often misused and has lost its true meaning due to a disconnection from Christian traditions and values.


Unfortunately, this disconnection is also reflected in the New Age and New Earth Movement, which seems to harbor animosity towards Jesus Christ, His followers, and His Church. This is exemplified by individuals like Greta Thunberg, who represent a generation that has lost touch with the true essence of, charity, hope, love and compassion.


If you are seeking guidance through spiritual books, it is crucial to be vigilant of certain materials that may lead you astray. Not all books on spirituality are created equal, and some may offer teachings that are not aligned with the principles of the Holy Trinity.   


It is advised to stay away from books like the Course in Miracles and The Jeshua Material from Shanti Christo Foundation. Although the books appear legitimate, the poison is the denial and rejection of the Holy Trinity (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit). The Holy Trinity is a cornerstone of Christian belief, and rejecting it is considered a grave sin. Books that deny this fundamental principle may lead readers to believe in a distorted version of spirituality that is not based on the tenets of Christianity but rather then tenets of Moloch. It is believed that such books are designed to deceive people and may lead them to eternal damnation.

Therefore, it is essential to be cautious in your choice of spiritual literature. It is advisable to seek guidance from trusted sources, such as the Bible or other books that have been vetted by the Church. Remember that not all books that claim to offer spiritual insights are reliable, and it is up to you to discern which ones align with objective truth. 


The pandemic we face is not only physical but also a loss of souls searching for a home. Those who reject the Logos, Jesus Christ incarnated, become slaves to the material world. Their belief system has spread like a virus to others and to society.


Ignoring the truth leads to the creation of a prideful nation that caters to its own narcissistic wounds. This, in turn, results in chaos, emptiness, unhappiness, panic, fear, the breakdown of families, moral degeneracy, and various physical ailments. Instead of developing virtues, the world has embraced the vices of pride and the philosophy of "do what thou wilt."


The Oligarchs use Psychological Operations (PSYOPs) to prey on the vulnerabilities of lost souls. These operations are successful because in crises, people inevitably put their trust in someone or something. This was evident with Donald J. Trump and other elected officials, and it will become more evident as the USA gets closer to their elections in 2024.


All I can say is, beware of the “hero” and “solutions” that arise. The Freemasons motto “Ordo ab Chao” which means “Order out of Chaos” is a warning to all. 


It's easy to take things at face value and believe everything we hear. But, I've learned that being naive and blinded on certain issues can have serious consequences. That's why I now make a conscious effort to discern truth from falsehoods, and investigate when something seems too good to be true.


My biggest takeaway is this: don't fall for scams, PSYOPs (such as aliens and chanelings), or lies. By being vigilant and doing our due diligence, we can protect ourselves from being taken advantage of.

Finally, Being involved in the new age movement can be dangerous for one's soul, as it may lead to descending into the fire pits of hell. There is a high possibility of submitting to the Antichrist's grip, as he is preparing humanity to bow down to the representative of the devil in the human form and turn away from Jesus Christ.

Look to our Lord, Jesus Christ who promised that “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (John 14:6). “For I know the thoughts that I think towards you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of affliction, to give you an end and patience.” (Jeremiah 29:11).

Copyright © 2019 and revised in 2023 Josephine, Certified Holistic Nutrition, CHN, FDN 

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