Thursday, July 24, 2014

Carl Jung Part 4

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Due to the immense influence by Jung on our post modern society and the Christian Church, I am persuaded in my own mind to pay more attention to the exposure of this man’s deception and attack on the truth of God’s Word. The motivation for writing these posts is not to discredit someone who cannot defend themselves because they are dead. It is to expose lies that have attacked what God teaches regarding righteous and holy living, leading to  wholeness of spirit soul and body. Carl Jung and his cohorts have lodged open attacks and promoted the doctrines of demons waging war against a “God who is dead”, according to Nietzsche. So if we defend what God teaches in the Bible, seeing He is dead in their eyes, we are not being unfair are we?  When we do prove that they were wolves in sheep’s’ clothing we are merely fulfilling our Christian duty by exposing their lies. In most Western countries their teachings are foundational to peoples beliefs regarding the well being of our minds and emotions and therefore it is critical to review what they want us to believe in. In the recovery industry psychiatry and psychology are regarded as proven “science” and this makes the whole matter so much more important. When it comes to the education of the next generations as well as the formation of their religious beliefs, we need to step up our vigilance so much more, I believe.


Having said that lets conclude the final chapter on C.G Jung with the following;


  •   According to Don Matzat, “Jung theorized that all humanity, past and present, were connected on an unconscious plane. Therefore, deep within each individual was the collective wisdom of the ages, including all religious, mythical content. ? Jung placed a “scientific” footing under occult phenomenaa and mystical experience. Jung was deeply involved in the occult and did his doctoral thesis on parapsychology. He also was interested in Catholic mysticism and conducted seminars on the teachings of Ignatius Loyola.

  • The lie detector test and the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) are also based on Jung’s theories. MBTI is a personality and psychological test to see what makes people tick. Are you an extrovert or an introvert? Do you mentally live in the now or in the future? Do you plan in advance, or do you move into action without a plan? Take a personality quiz and find out! Several years ago a church I attended gave newcomers the MBTI to identify their spiritual gifts. Knowing an individual’s desires and gifts helped the leadership figure out where they could best serve the church body. It’s pretty much a given to say that in most congregations today, 20 percent of the people do 80 percent of the work. Which means desires and gifts have to be put on the back burner when there’s a shortage of Sunday school teachers. So why take the test in the first place?  http://www.newswithviews.com/West/marsha5.htm#_ftn3

  • According to Elliot Miller, “The movement that Jung initiated is much closer in nature to a neopagan (Aryan) cult than the scientific psychiatric discipline that it has always claimed to be. It is not just religious but a religion.”[3] And a pagan religion at that! Now we now why there is a world wide revival of paganism as a religion. “The Jung Cult: Origins of a Charismatic Movement” By Elliot Miller 

  • Dr. Satinover comments, “One of the most powerful modern forms of Gnosticism is without question Jungian psychology, both within or without the Church.”[5] For a really in-depth study on Jung’s influence in the Church go check this link out! http://www3.telus.net/st_simons/arm03.htm

  • Budziszewski, professor of Government and Philosophy at the University of Texas, says this about Jungianism: “[It] is based on damnable lies about the nature of good, evil, God, and the human soul. Yet these lies are being taught in ostensibly Christian seminaries and promoted by ostensibly Christian psychotherapists. I shuddered when I spoke to a Christian lady who said that her minister had been teaching her to ‘gain strength from her dark side.’”  “The Jung Cult: Origins of a Charismatic Movement” 

  • In “The Aquarian guide to the New Age” by Eileen Cambell & JH Brennan page 182 -184 there is an extensive piece of C.G. Jung extolling his occult knowledge and participation in various occult practices. This book came in my possession and joined my library in 1991. How Christians can want to be practising this man’s beliefs and still believe they are pleasing God  and helping people goes beyond my imagination and understanding.

By now it should be clear to every sane person who has read through the above facts and previous posts, that Carl Jung was a false prophet and co-worker with demonic forces to bring heresy and doctrines of devils into the Church of Jesus Christ. It has gone so far now that “Christian psychologists and psychiatrists” are the main source of help for Christians who are afflicted by Satan. It is worse than jumping out of the pan into the fire.


Is it not time for open rebuke rather than accommodating  demonic teaching for the sake of being “Christian and tolerant”? It is no wonder that Christians are so powerless and impotent in a world gone mad. We are indeed in the last phase of the vision Daniel saw regarding the Kingdom of Babylon. But hang on there is much more to come!



Carl Jung Part 4

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