The new age movement wants people not to think. The documentary shows how religion and belief systems keep you from thinking for yourself and using your brain.
If you go to the 1:30:00 mark, you hear the narrator talk about how the people wait for a charismatic leader who can offer peace and prosperity to a world on the brink of collapse, similar to present times. Benjamin Creme then talks about the coming of a new Christ and the age of Aquarius. He then goes through how all religions expect the return of a messiah.
Dave Hunt later on says that someone will claim to be coming from the spirit of Christ or the messiah to save people. He also says the world is being prepared for an ultimate delusion.
The second coming of Christ is mentioned so often in our culture that it might be referring to the future when a false messiah or one person or ruler will come to save everyone in the world from all the madness that we currently are experiencing which is mostly fake or staged anyway.
Maybe the miracles this false messiah performs will be faked and people will fall for it and support this person ruling over them. This false leader would be considered a Spirtual King to rule the world. Then all the religions would be united into one. This would be the trick to set the stage for a world government norm of the future.
After watching this, you could argue the new age is being used to usher in a one world government under the United Nations with one ruler who is coming to save people from all the evil things (staged events, Pysops, etc.) going on right now; that eventually this is where everything is leading to.
This film explores the eerie world of ego-maniacal gurus and their Western counterparts, known as "New Agers". In a series of exclusive, candid interviews, you will share the thoughts of the Hindu "Master", and witness the blind devotion and unquestioning obedience of his disciples.
Gods of the New Age takes you from the rebellion against the values and morals of Christian belief seen in the early sixties and the mindless devotion toward the gurus who began to be worshiped as gods by their followers, to today's U.S corridors, American schoolrooms, and even some churches, where occultism and New Age techniques and practices are openly embraced.
Though this film is based on footage which is now decades old, it still uncovers the chilling parallels between today's Western culture which increasingly embraces occult philosophies and integrates it into music, film, and books, and where it may ultimately lead us.