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A SKEPITCAL LOOK  AT  FAMOUS OCCULTISTS
By The Notorious Doctor Zoom Zoom   

BENJAMIN CREME ( 1922- )


    Founder of a New Age association called Tara. Creme was a strong believer in the fraudulent (and racist!)  teachings of Theosophy by
Madame Blavatsky. Creme basically did a rehash of Blavatsky’s shtick, and claimed he came into contact with the Ascended Masters in 1959 via telepathy...and therefore, completely unprovable.

     During the 1970's, Creme toured Europe and America claiming Christ was soon returning, but in a new spin to the typical scam of people claiming to be Christ returned. In Creme’s version, he didn’t claim to actually be Christ, but merely his spokesperson. According to Creme, Jesus of Nazareth wasn’t really the Christ, and in fact had been reincarnated into the body of a Syrian living inside a mountain. He must have been eating his yogurt, because Creme said his Syrian Jesus was 640 years old! Christ, according to Creme, was a spirit that had inhabited Jesus’ body while he was alive, and departed when he was crucified. Jesus was unworthy for resurrection, and was reincarnated. Christ on the other hand was living in the Brick Lane suburb of London since 1977...although Creme never presented him to the media, as one would think he would have.

     This New Age Christ, whom he referred to as “Maitreya” (A word actually denoting the 5th incarnation of Buddha) would return to earth on the Neopagan holiday of the Spring Equinox of 1982   and stand side by side with his 640 year old Jesus, so people would finally know they weren’t the same person. This never happened, and it’s not hard to figure out why. Neither Creme’s Jesus nor his Christ have made documented appearances and have never been photographed or given interviews with the media. The best Creme could do was publish a few pictures of crosses reflected on buildings as “proof” of his Christ’s blessing. Creme also claimed the crop circles were a sign Christ had returned, even though they had been debunked as hoaxes. Their existence seems highly unlikely at best. Creme has yet to materialize his Jesus or his Christ, but still continues to collect fees from his lectures showing  apparently validating P.T Barnum’s thesis about the birthrate.

     All the same, it was probably better for humanity that Creme’s Christ never actually existed. For one thing, Creme claimed Lucifer was both the prodigal son and the sacrificial lamb who had bought us our salvation. This Lucifer had lived on the planet Venus 18 ½ million years ago was responsible for our evolution as well. In a lecture given at a Unity church ( a metaphysical/occult church) in 1980, Creme said Christ would end all religions and  democracy. He was also said to have a preoccupation with the number “666", which he thought would hasten Christ’s return, I kid you not. Creme often defended Lucifer in public debates which even made many New Agers uncomfortable. Creme’s Christ sounds an awful lot of what you might expect someone advocating the Antichrist to say!

    Jesus Christ knew fakes like Creme would arise, which is why the Bible says “If you are told that the Messiah is out in the desert, don't go there! And if you are told that he is in some secret place, don't believe it! The coming of the Son of Man will be like lightning that can be seen from east to west.” ( Matthew 24:26-27 translation CEV) In other words, when Jesus comes back, there won’t be any question about it. So when a crackpot like Creme tells you Christ is living in London, don’t believe it. (And since Christians have been waiting 2,000 years for Jesus to return...well..it's kind of doubtful he ever will.)

    Benjamin Creme, false prophet who promotes a non-existent false Christ of hisown making. 

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