He has an ear for eloquence and a tongue dipped in the unvarnished truth.
Seattle (PRWEB) March 14, 2008
Anytime 1.8 million people convene for any purpose on a regular basis, there's a story. Have you taken a look at what this new spiritual enlightenment is all about? Whatever your faith or belief, any new movement with members so rapidly increasing deserves analysis.
A new book released this month explains it all Don't Drink The Kool-Aid: Oprah, Obama and the Occult. A compilation and critique of numerous quotes from newspapers, magazines, TV and internet, dealing with an issue that is a hot topic right now and will continue to be for quite sometime. Powerful people and a powerful argument that what we see goes much deeper than the surface. This book is a thorough investigation to enlighten and disseminate the information that when pieced together form a clear pattern of influence.
If you watched The Oprah Winfrey Show during the month of February, you heard them ask, "Are You Ready to Be Awakened?" They call it the largest interactive class in the world. Another word comes to mind...could it be the beginning of a cult? Wikipedia says the word cult "typically refers to a cohesive social group devoted to beliefs or practices that the surrounding culture considers outside the mainstream, with a notably positive or negative popular perception." If you read the book or listen to the webcast, clearly the views are not typical mainstream views. The concepts presented require you to suspend critical thinking and say there is only "the Now." They give us phrases like, "If you are aware, you cannot be totally possessed by the ego, by the thought form or the emotional form." "Usually that's the painbody taking over." In the book, Tolle says, "this book itself is a transformation device that has come out of the arising new conscious. The ideas and concepts presented here may be important, but they are secondary. They are more than signposts pointing toward awakening. As you read, a shift takes place within you."
In 1961, Robert J. Lifton wrote the definitive book on the subject Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism after studying the effects of mind control on American prisoners of war under the Communist Chinese. One of the factors Robert Lifton describes is the concept of "Loading the Language." He said, "The group interprets or uses words and phrases in new ways so that often the outside world does not understand. This jargon consists of thought-terminating clichés which serve to alter members' thought processes to conform to the group's way of thinking."
According to Penguin Publishers, A New Earth will be the biggest selling book of all time. Don't Drink The Kool-Aid examines it and others that have influenced Oprah. It proves that Oprah Winfrey, the most powerful woman in the world has made it her mission in her own words to "transform the world." Her "spiritual" evolution and the persistent determination of her mission, makes reading this book a necessity.
What's the Obama connection? His meteoric rise to the front runner position for the Democratic Party Nomination is nothing short of a marketing coup of unprecedented proportions. Could it be the "O" Effect? Don't Drink The Kool-Aid examines his background and discusses the nations adulation. Oprah says, " He has an ear for eloquence and a tongue dipped in the unvarnished truth."
When did she cross over from TV personality to spiritual and political advisor to the masses? It all started ever so slowly years ago...
For detailed information, video clips, to view the author's open letter to Oprah Winfrey and to purchase Don't Drink The Kool-Aid, visit http://www.csteeleonline.com.
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