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The United Nations Meditation Room

Guest Commentary:
April, 1999


"...what appears to be a serpent intertwining a pole intersected by the perpendicular side of a triangle (cf. the central cross intertwined with a serpent) in front of a half-darkened sun representing the Zoroastrian concept of the conflict between good and evil (cf. a brilliant light), and a large, seemingly casket-shaped, black natural magnet (cf. a skull and crossbones, a casket, and a dagger), perhaps intended to act as an hallucinogenic catalyst like a drug -- comprises the occult Meditation Room at the United Nations, where 'followers of all religions, who visit by the hundreds of thousands each year, may [currently] awaken the 'god within.'" (The AntiChrist and a Cup of Tea, Tim Cohen, pg 159)


The UN Meditation Room

Image taken from the following site:

The room is designed like a pyramid lying on its side with a mural in place of the capstone (i.e., the top of the pyramid would appear to be cut-off, with this image appearing in the place of it.) It's a small room with no windows. In the center of the room is a 4' high stone [altar?] made of dark grey crystalline ore. The stone is extremely magnetic and possesses polarity. The room is dimly lit, however a small beam of light from a lens in the ceiling focuses on the altar. Dag Hammarskjold, former UN Secretary General, described this center stone as "the symbol of the god of all." (Cohen, pg 160).


"The Meditation Room at the United Nations Building in New York, designed by Dag Hammarskjold, contains backless benches - as he wrote: 'for the men who come here will have enough force to support their own backs.' In a dark room of sharp angles, a six and a half ton (the entire building had to be reinforced) black iron ore altar evokes Abraham and Isaac and all sacrifice - mythic and historic - swords and ploughshares."

According to Cohen and J.R. Church, there are only ten chairs or benches facing the altar. (Cohen, pg 160) [For the 10 Kings?]

Sri Chinmoy, New Age guru, meditation leader at the UN: "the United Nations is the chosen instrument of God; to be a chosen instrument means to be a divine messenger carrying the banner of God's inner vision and outer manifestation."

Donald Keys, New Age leader, President of Planetary Citizens, author "Earth At Omega": "We have meditations at the United Nations a couple of times a week. The meditation leader is Sri Chinmoy, and this is what he said...'The United Nations is the chosen instrument of God...a divine messenger carrying the banner of God's inner vision and outer manifestation. One day the world will treasure...the soul of the United Nations as its very own with enormous pride, for this soul is all-loving, all-nourishing, and all-fulfilling.'"

"The UN meditation room, and the minute of silent prayer or meditation at the beginning of each UN General Assembly, place 'the greatest gathering of nations . . . under the symbol of silent prayer or meditation,' in the words of U Thant. The UN is where 'moral and ethical issues are being brought one after the other to the world organization.' The UN is creating codes of ethics and conduct, one of the greatest being the Charter itself. The UN 'extends the power of our hearts and souls.' The UN thus has become 'a cathedral where we can worship what is best in each other.' 'Little by little a planetary prayer book is being composed (at the UN) by an increasingly united humanity seeking its oneness.'"

William Jasper, author of "A New World Religion" describes the religion of the UN: "...a weird and diabolical convergence of New Age mysticism, pantheism, aboriginal animism atheism, communism, socialism, Luciferian occultism, apostate Christianity, Islam, Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism".

Jasper further describes the types of worshippers: "...a strange admixture of crystal worshippers, astrologers, feminists, environmentalists, cabalists, human potentialists Eastern mystics, pop psychologists, and 'liberal' clergymen one would normally associate with the offbeat, sandals-and-beads counterculture of the 1960's. But, today's worshippers in this rapidly expanding movement are as likely to be scientists, diplomats, corporate presidents, heads of state, international bankers, and leaders of mainstream Christian churches."

"This house [the UN Building], dedicated to work and debate and the service of peace, should have one room dedicated to silence in the outer sense and stillness in the inner sense. A place where the door may be opened to the infinite land of thought and prayer. There is no symbol or altar (in this room)[apparently the UN does not look upon the center stone as a type of altar, but merely a piece of art?] not because there is no God, but because it is dedicated to the God whom man worships under many names and forms. There is an ancient saying that the sense of a vessel is not in its shell but in the void. So it is with this room, it is for those who come here to fill the void with what they find in the center of stillness." [From a United Nations Meditation Room leaflet]

"Prayer And Meditation At The United Nations"
Robert Muller
(; link no longer active)

"Prayer, meditation and spirituality at the UN are fascinating subjects. All major world religions are accredited to the United Nations as non-governmental organizations. For example, no less than twenty-four Catholic organizations are represented at the UN. Several of the world's religious leaders have visited the international organization. Most memorable were the visits of His Holiness Pope Paul VI during the General Assembly in 1965 and of Pope John Paul II in 1979. Many religions have special invocations, prayers, hymns and services for the United Nations. The most important examples are those of the Catholic, the Unitarian-Universalist, the Baptist and the Bahai faiths. It is a common practice of the Unitarian-Universalists to display the United Nations flag in their houses of worship. So does the Holy Family Church, the parish church of the UN, with its international reliquary and its many religious services and activities catering to world peace and to the international community.

"When it comes to the United Nations proper, one can obviously not say that it is a spiritual organization. How could it be otherwise? For the UN is the creation and mirror of governments, most of whom have 'secularized' themselves, i.e., separated spirituality from their daily lives and preoccupations. Nevertheless, prayer and spirituality play an important role in the United Nations. It is a moving experience, for example, to witness the minute of silence for prayer or meditation at the opening of the yearly General Assembly, when men and women from all nations center their minds and souls on the job to be done and when at the end of the Assembly a similar minute of silence permits them to reflect on their achievements and failures. Thus, the world's first universal gatherings of nations are placed under the symbol of prayer or meditation. Also, there are many delegates and world servants whose cultures do not make any distinction between spirituality and public service. Then there are those who are deeply attached to their faiths or for whom the United Nations is a new form of spirituality and ethics, while they remain faithful to their respective religions. Some delegates are known to meditate in a place of worship before speaking in a UN assembly. One of the greatest orators ever at the United Nations, Professor Belaunde from Peru, meditated on his speeches in St. Patrick Cathedral. Then we have the UN Meditation Room, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. We have also a UN Meditation Group led by an Indian mystic. One could tell several moving stories of the spiritual transformation the UN has caused, to the point that this little speck on earth is becoming a holy ground. For example, the rational, intellectual economist Dag Hammarskiöld found God at the United Nations and inspiration for his work as a world servant in the mystics of the Middle Ages. Towards the end, his Markings overflow with spirituality and mysticism."

[From The Rainbow Swastika: A Report to the Jewish People About New Age Antisemitism by Hannah Newman ( ]

"This world body [the UN] as it functions today is only a shadow of what NA leaders envision for it. Robert Muller, who invested at least 30 years of his life there, loses no opportunity to sing its praises, calling the UN 'the meta-organism of human and planetary evolution' ('A Letter to All Educators in the World').  He dedicated his landmark book, _New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality_, to 'the United Nations, the first universal organization of this planet.' Muller expects the UN to bring nothing less than 'a moral and spiritual Renaissance.' (_The Temple of Understanding Newsletter_, Spring 1995) Both he and the Hindu mystical teacher-in-residence at the UN, Sri Chinmoy Kumar Ghose, go so far as to speak of the UN as a spiritual entity, or perhaps the collective channel for the Spiritual Entity expected to arrive: 'No human force will ever be able to destroy the United Nations, for the UN is not a mere building or a mere idea; it is not a manmade creation. The UN is the vision-light of the Absolute Supreme.... The divine success and supreme progress of the United Nations is bound to become a reality. At his choice hour, the Absolute Supreme will ring his own victory-bell here on Earth through the loving and serving heart of the United Nations.' (Muller quoting Chinmoy, 'My Testament to the UN')." 

The publishing company for the United Nations is Lucis Press, formerly called Lucifer Publishing Company. Sounds too hard to believe? According to a transcript at Cutting Edge this name change has been confirmed: "Christian author, Constance Cumbey, in her book, 'Planned Deception', reprints the title page of Alice Bailey's book, 'Initiation, Human and Solar'. This book was originally printed in 1922, and clearly shows the publishing house as 'Lucifer Publishing Co.' Very shortly thereafter, Bailey changed the name to the present 'Lucis Trust'..."

Current Secretary-General Kofi Annan and his wife were married in a ceremony in the Meditation Room.

(sent to us via private correspondence)

The name Annan [referring to Kofi Annan, current head of the UN] happens to be the exact reverse spelling of the name of the chief 'god' of the Babylonian society-- which The Father of The Faithful Abraham left on God's instructions--Nanna. The Beast will administer the final manifestation of the Babylonian system which will fight Christ and be destroyed.

Kofi Atta Annan is married to Nane Annan--a lawyer and artist, who is a member of the Wallenberg family the leading industrialists and financiers in Sweden--and they have a summer house in that country.

From The Microsoft Encarta 98 Encyclopedia:

Nanna, Sumerian god of the moon and one of the three sky deities of the Sumerian religion. Nanna was the father of Utu and Inanna. In Norse mythology, Nanna was a goddess.


Ur was the principal center of worship of the Sumerian moon god Nanna and of his Babylonian equivalent Sin. The massive ziggurat of this deity, one of the best preserved in Iraq, stands about 21 m (about 70 ft) above the desert. The biblical name, Ur of the Chaldees, refers to the Chaldeans, who settled in the area about 900 BC. The Book of Genesis (see 11:27-32) describes Ur as the starting point of the migration westward to Palestine of the family of Abraham about 1900 BC.


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