Zeitgeist Movement sources Helena Blavatsky, the creator of the Theosophical Society. As early as 1889 Blavatsky had told a group of Theosophical students that the real purpose of establishing the Society was to prepare humanity for the reception of the World Teacher when he appeared again on earth: AKA Antichrist.
Helena Blavatsky is constantly praising “Lucifer” and “Satan” in the book “Zeitgeist” uses as a source:
“And now it stands proven that Satan, or the Red Fiery Dragon, the “Lord of Phosphorus”, and Lucifer, or “Light-Bearer,” is in us: it is our Mind — our tempter and Redeemer, our intelligent liberator and Saviour from pure animalism
If you didn’t know Hitler slept with the book of Helena Blavatsky next to his bed. A model citizen who sought to control the world maybe he thought he was the world teacher. He did think he was going to rule for a 1000 year (Third Reich). He was deeply influenced by her Occult teachings and among other thoroughly demonic influences. Zeitgeist in its many forms in a Satanic propaganda tool to influence the uninformed masses to keep them from the truth of the bible and it’s good news about Jesus. We quote Blavatsky below.
If the present attempt, in the form of our Society, succeeds better than its predecessors have done, then it will be in existence as an organized, living and healthy body when the time comes for the effort of the XXth century. The general condition of men’s minds and hearts will have been improved and purified by the spread of its teachings, and, as I have said, their prejudices and dogmatic illusions will have been, to some extent at least, removed. Not only so, but besides a large and accessible literature ready to men’s hands, the next impulse will find a numerous and united body of people ready to welcome the new torch-bearer of Truth. He will find the minds of men prepared for his message, a language ready for him in which to clothe the new truths he brings, an organization awaiting his arrival, which will remove the merely mechanical, material obstacles and difficulties from his path. Think how much one, to whom such an opportunity is given, could accomplish. Measure it by comparison with what the Theosophical Society actually has achieved in the last fourteen years, without any of these advantages and surrounded by hosts of hindrances which would not hamper the new leader
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Helana Blavatsky & The Theosophical Society
Blavatsky, Helena (1889). “The Future of the Theosophical Society”. The Key to Theosophy. London: The Theosophical Publishing Company. pp. 304–307.OCLC315695318. 2002. Phoenix, Arizona: United Lodge of Theosophists. Retrieved 2010-12-29. “Scanned Reproduction from a Photographic Reproduction of the Original Edition as First Issued at London, England: 1889″. [Quoted text from pp. 306-307].
Blavatsky’s first book was entitled ‘Isis Unveiled’ published in 1877. She started a magazine in 1887 called ‘Lucifer Magazine.’ Her principle work ‘The Secret Doctrine’ was then published in 1888. It is said that part of Blavatsky’s book ‘The Secret Doctrine’ was channelled to her through an ascended master or highly evolved being called Kuthumi who spoke to her. Belief in these ascended masters who communicate to humanity is very crucial when studying the New Age . Blavatsky created Theosophy and The Theosophical Society (theosophy symbol).
Helena Blavatsky is constantly praising “lucifer” and “satan” in the book “zeitgeist” uses as a source:
“And now it stands proven that Satan, or the Red Fiery Dragon, the “Lord of Phosphorus”, and Lucifer, or “Light-Bearer,” is in us: it is our Mind — our tempter and Redeemer, our intelligent liberator and Saviour from pure animalism. Without this principle — the emanation of the very essence of the pure divine principle (Intelligence), which radiates direct from the Divine mind — we would be surely no better than animals.“ Helena Blavatsky, The Secret Doctrine, p 540
Even secular scholars have rejected the idea of Christianity borrowing from the ancient mysteries. The well-respected Sir Edward Evans-Pritchard writes in Theories of Primitive Religion that “The evidence for this theory… is negligible.” “The first real parallel of a dying and rising god does not appear until A.D. 150, more than a hundred years after the origin of Christianity. So if there was any influence of one on the other, it was the influence of the historical event of the New Testament [resurrection] on mythology, not the reverse. The only known account of a god surviving death that predates Christianity is the Egyptian cult god Osiris.
In this myth, Osiris is cut into fourteen pieces, scattered around Egypt, then reassembled and brought back to life by the goddess Isis. However, Osiris does not actually come back to physical life but becomes a member of a shadowy underworld…This is far different than Jesus’ resurrection account where he was the gloriously risen Prince of life who was seen by others on earth before his ascension into heaven.” –Dr. Norman Geisler.
NOTE: I respond to all of the major claims of Part I of the online film “Zeitgeist” in this critical review. Links to these various claims are located in the column on the right side of this page.
“There is nothing new under the sun.” The narrator’s methodology is considerably outdated among scholars. The claim that Christianity was influenced by pagan religious beliefs, including astrology, is nothing new. These claims are rooted in the “history of religions school,” which emerged in the second half of the nineteenth century. However, by the mid-twentieth century, this method had been greatly refuted—even non-Christian scholars opposed this perspective. I highly recommend that the reader consults chapter 16 of Reinventing Jesus: What the DA VINCI CODE and Other Novel Speculations Don’t Tell You (2006) to obtain an understanding of many logical fallacies associated with holding the “history of religions” view. “Some Notes on Alleged Parallels Between Christianity and Pagan Religions, And, A Proof that Winston Churchill Did Not Exist!,” by J.P. Holding also provides an excellent overview of this issue.
Yet, atheist web sites and books, along with New Age web sites and books, frequently regurgitate these ideas.
In the case of Part I of “Zeitgeist,” the majority of its source material is derived from the New Age author, Acharya S,’ book, The Christ Conspiracy. The film’s producer even writes the following on the source page for Part I: “Special thanks to Acharya S for her consultation for this section.” Acharya S’ real name is D.M. Murdock. I will endnote examples of how the narrator draws from material contained in the corresponding pages of The Christ Conspiracy. One can find book reviews of The Christ Conspiracy at Answering Acharya S and at Acharya S: Sample Points. Unfortunately, the narrator rarely quotes from primary sources. An example of a primary source would be samples of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, inscriptions on pottery, religious texts, etc. The Christ Conspiracy, however, is a secondary source and Acharya S fails to identify the primary sources that she relies on.
Lastly, just about all of the claims made in Part I have all been addressed by scholars and Christian apologists previously.
See also our article on for the same old tired thoroughly refuted rant on The Pagan Christ Exposed, Zeitgeist Exposed We also show their own propaganda. For the truth of the Jesus and His great love for us has nothing to be afraid of. Get to know how to defend the truth from New Age propaganda. It is a war for your soul and those you love.
Other Critiques of “Zeitgeist: Part One”: