June 8, 2024 JV


In my article Pedigree, I introduced Robert Muller as a key figure, working behind the scenes, influencing UN policy and world events.

From Wikipedia we read that Muller was arguably one of the most influential characters within the ranks of the UN.  Supporting three UN secretaries-general over his 40-year career, he rose to the rank of assistant secretary-general and became known by some as “the philosopher of the United Nations.” 

He was instrumental in the creation of many multilateral bodies, including the UN Development Programme, World Food Programme, UN Population Fund, and World Youth Assembly.

Muller created a “World Core Curriculum” that earned him the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education in 1989.

He was the recipient of multiple awards and honors, including the Albert Schweitzer International Prize for the Humanities and the Eleanor Roosevelt Man of Vision Award.

He was also nominated multiple times for the Nobel Peace Prize.

The United Nations [UN] was created in 1945, following the devastation of the Second World War, with one central mission: the maintenance of international peace and security.

The UN is not alone in this quest of achieving ambitious, even arrogant global goals.  Other major supra-national groups including the World Economic Forum and the European Union display the same level of hubris.

A New Millennium

Leading up to the new millennium, Muller published a book “2000 Ideas for a Better World.”  In a cover letter to the then UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim Muller wrote:

Who writes “…the most important person on the Earth in the entire human history” ? What arrogance!

Now, note the reply:

There are “so many who share our goals.”

What were these ambitious goals, penned by Muller, and dispatched by Waldheim to other UN officials?
Did these goals really support peace and security?
Or are they the ravings of madman?

Were these goals really concerned with international peace and security?

This brief 66-page compilation from Muller’s four volumes contains just some of his ideas and goals for the UN.

However, as Dr. James Lindsay notes in his podcast – The Occult Theosophy of the United Nations, Muller deliberately planned for, completed and aimed his publication to coincide with the “UN Millennium Assembly with the hope that it would guide UN global policy and global spirituality in the 21st century and third millennium.”

By 2015, the UN had morphed the 8 Millennium Development Goals (developed in 2000) into the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  Working with the WEF and NGOs, the UN then created and enforced the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework to manipulate Capital Markets and applied Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to push businesses toward SDG achievement.

All of these goals, frameworks and tools have obvious links to Muller’s primary ideas.

One may ask, at first blush: are Muller’s ideas and the subsequent goals not intended to bring about justice, peace and economic prosperity to the world?  Dr. James Lindsay says “No.” He claims that

“the United Nations is a religious organization, and the religion behind it is a cult.  More specifically, it is a theosophical cult based on an ‘evolutionary’ vision for mankind that it wants to control.”

OK, who’s telling the truth?  Lindsay has analysed numerous UN documents including Muller’s 2000 ideas to draw his conclusions. Is the UN a

  • Theosophical religious cult;
  • With a fruitbat ‘evolutionary’ vision for mankind;
  • Pursuing a globalist, totalitarian control agenda?

Let’s examine a sample of Muller’s work to see whether James’ arguments hold any water.

Idea 243

We need to study a new major biosocial phenomenon: the birth of a global brain, global nervous system, global heart and global soul to the human species.

Idea 394

The UN should not be called an organization but a metabiological organism: it constantly adapts and transforms itself to reflect truthfully the overall evolution of the planet and of humanity, highlighting our errors and damages to our home, correcting our evolutionary course and giving us new vistas of a great new future.

Idea 397

Future generations will never forgive us if at this end of a century and millennium we do not design a new political system for the planet Earth, reflecting its interdependence and the fragility of its biosphere.

Idea 405

The time will come when even before having agreed on a world government for humanity, we will require an Earth Government in which

the air, the waters, the oceans, the forests, the land, the animal world and plants will be represented and considered to be of top importance to the planet’s future.

Idea 476

As we move towards the next century and millennium I wish that UNESCO would make a comparative study of all cosmologies … and formulate together with modern scientists the new cosmology [study of the origins and evolution of the universe] which should guide our future evolution on this planet.

As Muller begins the 500 series of Ideas, he seems to be possessed by the spirit of Gaia (mother Earth) as he bemoans:

Idea 503

“Why did I have to take all of a sudden a population increase from 2.5 billion people in 1952 to 5.6 billion today, more than a doubling in less than fifty years?”

Idea 504

“Yes, but I hear that at the present rate you will be 8.5 billion in the year 2050 and stabilize only at 11 billion around the year 3000.  You still increase by 86 million more people every year.  You will end up by destroying me.”

Idea 505

In the latter [rich counties], an individual consumes 30 times more of my resources than in the poor countries. From my point of view, namely the damages you do to my body, your world population statistics are wrong: while the developing countries count 4.4 billion people, the rich countries 1.2 billion should be multiplied by 30, i.e. they represent 36 billion people.”


Idea 506

“do you destroy 21 hectares (52 acres) of my tropical forests (38 million acres a year) after having destroyed most of the forests in your “rich” countries?”

Idea 507

“do you consume 35.725 barrels of oil to run around in cars and circle around me in airplanes?”

Idea 508

“do you let 50 tons of fertile soil be wasted or blown off my cropland?”

Idea 509

“do you add 12,000 tons of carbon dioxide to my atmosphere, to the air you breathe?”

Mullers continues to be the voice of Gaia in Ideas 510-519 and then ends with:

Idea 520

“… After all, humans are your children, the flesh of your flesh, we are living Earth …”

In his preface for the 1600 series of ideas, Muller writes:

“Of late there has been another fundamental change on Earth: until now we thought that this planet was at our disposal, that it was created for us, that it was here for us to exploit and to develop endlessly. … Now we’re learning that perhaps this planet has not been created for humans, but that humans have been created for the planet. …

This is something absolutely extraordinary because it means that each of us is a cosmic unit, that we have the ingredients of the total cosmos in ourselves. The cosmos is giving birth to billions of humans as seeds

Many seeds fall on stone or on infertile ground or do not understand what their duties are. But growing numbers of people understand that they have a cosmic function deep in themselves. [Refer to Helena Blavatsky’s seven root races in Pedigree].

In other words humanity, the same way as it has become recently a global family, is also becoming now a cosmic family.  We will realize that we are a cosmic species which will find its way on this planet only by following the immanent rules of the cosmos. …

My proposal is therefore that as we proceed towards the year 2000 we should pack this last decade with visions, dreams, ideas and actions aimed at

preparing the next millennium as the cosmic, spiritual millennium of this planet, in order to properly respond to the expectations of the cosmos or God.”

Muller goes on to list seventeen [why seventeen?] new major conferences or efforts including a new Cosmology, a new Cosmic Spirituality, a new World Policy and Political System, a new World Education and a new World Economy.

“… When we die where do we go? We return to the Earth as our American Indians and the great religions have all told us.  Thus, we are temporary living manifestations or incarnations of this Earth. Again, as the American Indians tell us,

we are children of the Earth and we must take good care of our mother, and respect her.  We are living Earth. Each of us is a cell, a perceptive nervous, active unit of the Earth.
We are Earth alive and are beginning to be concerned about the Earth. The living consciousness of the Earth is beginning to operate through us.”

Idea 1995

“I appeal to you, I beg you, I implore you, let us put aside all other items on our agenda and keep only one fundamental one: to have this General Assembly of heads of states remain in permanent session day and night if necessary, until we give birth to a new political and economic system for this miraculous planet and its sacred human family. … All the rest is secondary.  Let us create a United States of the World or a World Union like the European Union.”

So, what do you think?

Some may argue that Muller’s writings are merely the ramblings of a passionate, yet strange fellow.  Perhaps a little quirky, but no real evidence of a Messiah complex or cult behaviour.  Some my even quote the Babylon Bee in Muller’s defence.

Yet former “New Atheist” Dr. James Lindsay disagrees.  After several years studying New Age religion and Biblical Christianity, woke Marxism, the United Nations and World Economic Forum, Lindsay appears quite animated about the globalists’ goals, as per UN-Influential Robert Muller.  He spoke recently at a rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, referencing the work of Robert Muller and saying:

“The Sustainable Development Goals shows that this has crystallised and was taken seriously and no, we shall not go with you. … We shall not allow this. Our sovereignty is sacred. We cannot give it and you cannot take it from us.”

Lindsay ended his speech with:

“But to the United Nations I give a warning … God shall not be mocked. Their judgement is coming.”

When a former member of the New Atheists uses language like that, it’s time to pay attention.


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