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Constance Cumbey, the leading expert on the New Age movement, has drawn attention to several controversial books associated with former President Trump. She is concerned about New Age influence in the Trump movement in the form of what’s called “The Cult of QAnon.”
One of her foremost concerns, Love Joy Trump: A Chorus of Prophetic Voices, is a book by a “former hippie mom” who calls herself “Beth Anon” and which claims to share “the visions, dreams, and wisdom -- from many spiritual traditions -- and as far back as the 1980s.”
A contributor to our book on Barack Hussein Obama, Permanent Revolution, Cumbey provided documentation in her own best-selling The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow (Huntington House, 1983) and Planned Deception: The Staging of a New Age Messiah, that there is a New Age plan for a post-Christian civilization that takes power in America and the world. It was once called by one of its adherents “The Aquarian Conspiracy.”
What is disturbing to Cumbey, a Christian, is that she is finding elements of this same New Age philosophy in some elements of the Make America Great Movement (MAGA) of Donald J. Trump, especially QAnon.
Constance Cumbey said about Mike Lindell, “He’s part of QAnon.”
On the New Age cult book, Love Joy Trump, for which Lindell wrote the Foreword: “I suspect he [Lindell] published it, too.” She adds, “He has been energetically pushing it and selling it on his own website.”
Cumbey says, “And then I almost vomited when I saw that another person who has made a living, one that I never thought of profiteering on my work against the New Age movement, but this one – Brannon Howse – is doing the shows with Mike Lindell and purporting to be a big expert on the New Age movement. There’s no way to can know about the New Age movement and not see through this stuff."