By Dr. Douglas F. Levesque, Founder of The Levesque Institute
If the U.N. building is a temple of global identity, then the Meditation Room is a ‘Holy of Holies’ to the adherents of it’s esoteric, pantheistic neo-pagan spirituality. The room was designed by the then Secretary General of the U.N. Dag Hammerskjold, and opened in 1957 as a “meeting of light, of the sky, and the earth . . .”, “dedicated to silence, . . .and stillness . . .” , “where the doors may be open to the infinite lands of thought and prayer.” (Hammerskjold in his own words).
The abstract mural seen here is a series of inter-related geometric patterns meant to create a contemplative ‘unity of god, earth, and time’ sensation. The underlying astro-physiological meaning is the subject of much debate. Could the painting contain a cosmic calendar or message delineating the “Age of Aquarius”? The walls truncate like a pyramid to focus on the cultic shapes, and a simple change in lighting brings different elements to the forefront sparking even more ‘meditative ecstasy’. (See upper left of page).
“But the stone in the middle of the room has more to tell us. We may see it as an altar, empty not because there is no God, not because it is an altar to an unknown god, but because it is dedicated to the God whom men worship under many names and in many forms.” (Hammerskjold in his own words). Obviously, this is a Satanic delusion because we know that God’s name is the Jehovah of Israel, and his form is that of Jesus of Nazareth. He, the God of the Bible, said, “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.” –Exodus 20:4.
This six and a half ton rectangular block of iron ore polished at the top and lit from above was a present from the king of Sweden. It is meant to be the final resting space of the “Ark of Hope”. (See lower left of page). This mockery of the Biblical Ark of the Covenant, is covered on each side by representations of earth, wind, fire and water. It contains a pseudo ‘Ten Commandments’ made up of a sixteen point value system expounding the virtues of a ‘creation (vs. creator) centered theology’. This theology is the GAIA, or mother earth gospel now sweeping the globe in various forms of ‘green’ morality and environmental practices.
This brazen show of “New Age” religion adopted by the international community as a hope for peaceful co-existence on the earth, is really nothing new at all, but simply promises that same old lie “ye shall be as gods,”. Hammerskjold boasts, “There is an ancient saying that the sense of a vessel is not in its shell but in the void. So it is with this room. It is for those who come here to fill the void with what they find in their center of stillness.”