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Doreen Virtue has recently made the decision to convert to Christianity.

According to the article I will link to below, any money made from the selling of her new age books/cards will now be donated to the Hay House charity. Her name will no longer be printed on her work either. This comes after a personal vision Doreen Virtue had whilst attending church. 

What do people make of this change in direction, will it affect users of her products? 

I personally foresaw this happening, a few years ago I had a sense Doreen would convert and that this would be a message to bring people away from the new age and into Christianity. 

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Sheep are sheep will always be sheep , and seek a shepherd...

Goats are goats , do not seek a shepherd , and want no shepherd...

I was in the middle of the whole shebang , from 1980's onward , into

the '90's...

Personally , I always saw her as what in the movement's lingo , was

a "light worker fluff bunny" , and if she calls those following her work

"dark" , or "demonic" , she is a far worse judge of character , than

what I already thought...

Besides...with a name one carries like "Virtue" , wtf does one expect ?

She will not "drag" , or influence anyone away from alternative thought

and teaching , who really matters...maybe just create , or lead , a few

more mindless sheep in that direction...but if they are that easy to lead

the mystical , magical , and witchy community , or community dedicated

to exploration into alternative thought and approaches , has no need of

them , anyway...

She never influenced me , nor did Louise Hay , who I knew for years , since

the early 1980's...I avoided Hay House books , like the plague...

And my company supplied art to the New Age industry...for years...

It will be interesting to see if interest in her new age products decline, I imagine it will. 

Calling a light worker demonic is pretty ironic when you think about it. 

It is her path to follow though, if this is about faith then I have no problem - if it is money, fear, fraud then that would be unfortunate. 

Louise Hay recently passed away also, it seems that the age of Aquarius is not yet upon us as the prophets fall one by one.

I believe it was Elizabeth Claire Prophet who locked herself and her follows in a bunker to prepare for a nuclear apocalypse with the Russians because of premonitions and visions. 

The new age whiffs a bit. 

I would like to point out one thing here , regarding *this* , Seeking...

"I believe it was Elizabeth Claire Prophet who locked herself and her follows

in a bunker to prepare for a nuclear apocalypse with the Russians because

of premonitions and visions."

Mark Prophet , who started the whole enterprise and teachings that became

Summit Lighthouse , and the Church "Universal and Triumphant" , was a good

soul , if one uses that term , and had good intent...

When he died , and Elizabeth took over , again , originally , she had good intent

though she was not tapped in to the magical current , like Mark...

Yet the power corrupted her , and as the whole movement grew she became very

power and money hungry...that happens , sometimes , when one is not prepared to

deal with the power of a magical current , or run a large organization , with members

expectations growing constantly for new information , and guidance...

She eventually lost touch with her balance , and her mental and emotional stability ,

and actually became almost a paramilitary right wing leader...

What I can say for Louise Hay is she did not get caught in that trap , and truly cared

about people...Doreen as well , though she got caught up in the "New Age" cult of

personality , which happens when people begin to worship you and your books , and

demand more...

Happens in the occult field as well , though the publishers of New Age books were

for money , or true desire to help others , caught in a web of desire from a larger

section of the populace seeking answers...

The new age marketing , became a huge industry , which peaked at the millennium ,

and began dying off , post 2012...a lot of people got caught in it...I know because

I was right in the middle of it...

The new age marketing , became a huge industry , which peaked at the millennium ,

and began dying off , post 2012

I noticed that myself. 

I'm sure many start out with good intent, but money corrupts and sometimes these people start to suffer from paranoia/fear from what I have noticed. 

It's because 2012 bullshit never panned out! XD

Yeah, it isn't surprising people would feel disillusioned and seek other alternatives. 

I suppose Christianity gives prophecy without a deadline, perhaps that is the attraction. 

Perhaps they are sensing events from nearby, parallel, alternate, versions of earth where those things did indeed happen.

I liked this blog on the idea. Personally kind of happy, since she spread that indigo children nonsense that could be quite dangerous in some cases. I was never a fan of hers though, so I don't really care either way. It happens the opposite way all the damn time, why should anyone be surprised?

True, people leave the church or other faiths for paganism or new age ideas. 

Yep, it worked for me! :)

Yep, doesn't overly surprise. There are plenty of playgun authors out there one less won't be missed.

I'm still at wondering who she is.....I heard her name thrown around while I was busy elsewhere...is she a paganchristian?

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