Roman Catholics, Evangelicals, Pagans, Muslims And Buddhists Gather At The ‘Ring Of Peace’ United Nations One World Religion Interfaith Ceremony In Germany

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The guiding “light” for this ecumenical extravaganza was the “Ring of Peace.” A 25-foot wooden ring-shaped sculpture was erected by the organizers to be a “permanent, multi-faith symbol” of interfaith cooperation. According to the creators of this modern-day idol, the ring is supposed to represent the wheel of Buddha, the ring of the Prophet Mohammed, the ring of King Solomon and Lessing’s Ring Parable – a story which equates different faiths as one.

by Geoffrey Grider March 9, 2020

All faiths are intertwined and interlinked together, complimenting each other and nurturing the same values that are also Universal values that unites us as One Humanity and Many cultures and many religions.

This happened a little while back in September of 2019, somehow we missed it, but better late than never, right? The official name of this annual gathering is called the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Religions for Peace World Assembly, and it centered around something called the ‘ring of peace’. The idea of the ‘ring of peace’ is finding ‘peace and harmony’ between the world’s religions so they can ‘work together’ to achieve their ‘common goal’ of universal peace and safety. Now let me see, where have we heard that before? Wait, I know!

“For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober.” 1 Thessalonians 5:3-6 (KJB)

If it is religion you want, pick one, any one, they are all just as good as the other, and they all take you to the same place. Hell. The Bible tells us that in the days after the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church, during the time of Jacob’s trouble, a man will arrive on the scene and he will bring the world peace, and he’ll do it through religion. That man being, of course, Antichrist.

Here are some remarks from the leader of the event His Excellency Mr. Miguel Angel Moratinos:

  • “I feel very privileged to be launching the sculpture “The Ring For Peace”, a symbolic artwork that sheds light on the theme that is gathering all of us here in Lindau, namely Peace between Religions. I thank Dr. William Vendley, Secretary-General of the Religions for Peace for inviting me. I also thank the Federal Government of Germany for co-organizing this important and timely meeting. Yesterday, I was very glad to meet with my good friend President Frank Walter Steinmeier. I echo what he said in his opening remarks that we should all work for peace and respect. I take the opportunity of this moment and invite you to commit to fulfill this recommendation “work for peace and respect”.”
  • “Afterall, all faiths are intertwined and interlinked together, complimenting each other and nurturing the same values that are also Universal values that unites us as One Humanity and Many cultures and many religions. That is the motto of UNAOC and its raison d’etre.”
  • “This Plan is elaborated in consonance with Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which affirms the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion, noting that this right includes the right of individuals and communities to manifest their religions and beliefs in teaching, practice, worship and observance. It is conceived as an action-oriented framework for action with suggested recommendations to support relevant stakeholders in their efforts to prevent possible attacks against religious sites and enhance preparedness to safeguard religious sites and worshippers. At the same time, this Plan is mindful that Member States have the primary responsibility in protecting their population throughout their territories.” READ MORE

The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Religions for Peace 10th World Assembly “Ring for Peace” Ceremony

The guiding “light” for this ecumenical extravaganza was the “Ring of Peace.” A 25-foot wooden ring-shaped sculpture was erected by the organizers to be a “permanent, multi-faith symbol” of interfaith cooperation. According to the creators of this modern-day idol, the ring is supposed to represent the wheel of Buddha, the ring of the Prophet Mohammed, the ring of King Solomon and Lessing’s Ring Parable – a story which equates different faiths as one.

“In many world religions, the ring symbolizes loyalty, truthfulness and honesty. The Buddhist Wheel of Life, the signet ring of the Prophet Mohammed in Islam, the Ring of Solomon in Judaism or Lessing’s Ring Parable, are only a few examples.”

“As a ’round whole,’ equal and absolute in itself, the ring symbolizes the complementary and mutually completing nature of world religions, whose unity embodies the entirety of the consciousness.

This ceremony celebrates the “mutually completing” and “complimentary” nature of all the religions of the world. In other words, this is a call to all people of different faith systems to appreciate, cooperate, accept and praise each other. The “Ring of Peace” is a monument to every deity known to man – Jesus, Allah, Shiva, Buddha, Brahma, Ganesha, Mahavira, Vishnu, Durga and a thousand other gods.

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1 comment

    • Bob Allen on March 12, 2020 at 11:03 am

    The best intentions of man fall way short of the TRUTH of GOD. JESUS CHRIST said ” I am the way, the truth, and the life.( John 14:6 ) The perfect plan for all mankind is not in hyperbole or man-made structures, but by the very words of Jesus Christ.

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