Joined: 19 May 2007
Location: jaffrey new hampshire
Mar 25, 2008 7:39 pm
Warning: creepy backround music.
Theosophist, Helen Keller, and Her
Satanic Hand Sign
I get e-mails from people from time-to-time, upset that I
would dare say that Helen Keller's "I love you" hand
sign is Satanic. Yet, Helen Keller was an occult Theosophist
Light in My Darkness is a book, originally published in 1927
as My Religion, written by Helen Keller when she was 47 years
old. The book was written as a tribute to Emanuel Swedenborg
whom Helen regarded as "one of the noblest champions true
Christianity has ever known." This book is regarded as
Helen's Keller's spiritual autobiography in which she openly
declares that "the teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg have
been my light, and a staff in my hand and by his vision
splendid I am attended on my way."
Who is Emanuel Swedenborg? He was an unsaved heretic, a
Modernist, who falsely claimed to be a Christian...
Emanuel Swedenborg (born Emanuel Swedberg; February 8, 1688
– March 29, 1772) was a Swedish scientist, philosopher,
Christian mystic, and theologian.
At the age of fifty-six he entered into a spiritual phase, in
which he experienced dreams and visions. This culminated in a
spiritual awakening, where he claimed he was appointed by the
Lord to write a heavenly doctrine to reform Christianity...
Swedenborg rejected the Protestant doctrine of salvation
through faith alone, since he considered both faith and
charity necessary for salvation, not one without the other.
The purpose of faith, according to Swedenborg, is to lead a
person to a life according to the truths of faith, which is
Clearly, Swedenborg believed in a works based salvation, which
is a sure road to Hell (Romans 3:20; Titus 3:5; Ephesians
2:8,9). Carefully notice that Swedenborg was a "Christian
Swedenborg is called a "mystic" by many sources,
including the Encyclopædia Britannica online version,
Swedenborg, Emanuel, retrieved November 8, 2006, and the
Encyclopedia of Religion (1987) which starts its article with
the description that he was a "Swedish scientist and
Swedenborg referred to himself as an initialis, in Greek
"an initiate" (Bergquist, 1999, p.451; in turn based
on Arcana Cœlestia §4099)
Christian mystic? There is NO such thing as a "Christian
mystic." Christianity has nothing to hide.
Helen Keller was a devout student of Mr. Swedenborg, a
Theosophist, and a heretic. Remember, Helena Petrovna
Blavatsky who founded the Theosophical Society in 1875, openly
"It is Satan who is the God of our planet and the only
God." pages 215, 216, 220, 245, 255, 533, (VI)
Photo to Right: Occultist, unsaved Modernist, and Helen
Keller's mentor, Emanuel Swedenborg
Concerning Swedenborg and Theosophy, The Theosophical Society
in England states...
The modem revival of esotericism extends from Romantic
Naturphilosophie to nineteenth-century occultism involving
Swedenborgianism, Mesmerism, spiritualism, the ancient
wisdom-tradition, and ceremonial magic and para-masonic
Keller is still praised by Theosophist's around the world
today, for her mysticism and occult influence...
Some call it cosmic or spiritual consciousness, the wisdom of
the higher self, the inner Christos or light of Buddhi. Like
intellect, it manifests in all grades and degrees and includes
intuition, spiritual insight, and vision. Just as our thoughts
and reasoning can be misleading, so too can this new quality
when not understood. Helen Keller was most fortunate in having
a knowledgeable teacher of high ethics to train her young
mind; but we individually have to choose whether by means of
our increasing inner scope and power we shall transform
ourselves into wise and truly human beings, or use this
emerging ability with its many ramifications merely for our
own well-being. [emphasis added]
Of course, Keller's "knowledgeable teacher" was the
Satan-inspired Emanuel Swedenborg, as we have discovered. It
should be plain to see that Theosophy is rooted in occultism,
Satan worship, humanism, and has a New Age agenda.
Here we read more about Emanuel Swedenborg, who perverted
Christianity and led people with him into Hellfire...
"The Enlightenment saw another occult revival, perhaps
spurred by growing rejection of mainstream religion and
increased democracy and freedom of conscience. The period saw
the rise of occult fraternities, most notably Speculative
Freemasonry and a revived Rosicrucian Brotherhood. Academic
interest in ancient mystery cults such as those of Mithras and
Dionysus began to develop. Emanuel Swedenborg pulled
Christianity in a more mystical or occult direction..."
". . . that the mass of mankind has not been born with
saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred,
ready to ride them legitimately, by the grace of God." --
Thomas Jefferson's Last Letter, June 24, 1826