Adventist Spiritualists


By Vance Ferrell



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Adventist Spiritualists




The evidence, quoted below, reveals that a new

group has arisen in our midst which teaches full-

blown pagan spiritualism.


In this brief study, you will be shown quotations

which, by their own statements, establish

the fact. But, even worse, they reveal that these

satanic concepts are being sponsored by several

of our church entities. Adventist new theology prepared

the way for this blatant form of, what you will

discover below, is actually witchcraft!




It goes by a variety of names. “Partners in

Innovation” is the primary one. It also calls itself “SDA

Partners in Innovation.” Its home base is within the

Adventist denomination, where, unfortunately, it has

received an ever-widening, warm welcome.



is a local elder in good standing in the Brighton, Colorado, Seventh-day Adventist Church. His son is Kevin Kaiser, and his daughter is Leanne (pronounced “Lee Ann”) Kaiser Carlson. Both are also church members.


“Leland R. Kaiser, Ph.D., is a health care futurist,

an intuitive, . . and an organizational consultant.

He is a provacateur and mentor to many hospitals

and health care systems in the United States.

Dr. Kaiser is founder and president of Kaiser Consulting,

located in Brighton, CO.”—Gnostic Notes,

June 18, 2006. [His nickname is “Lee.”]


“Sarah Elizabeth Ingier and Kevin Kaiser are

catching people’s attention as two of the most exciting

teachers of our time. Their unique partnership

is fearless, full of energy, and grounded in bliss! As

clairvoyant healers, Sarah and Kevin have a unique

ability to help people evoke their gifts, heal their

relationships, and create the future.


“Kevin is cofounder of the Kaiser Institute, cofounder

of the Two Worlds Wisdom School, and core

faculty for the Spiritual Leadership Institute. He is

a coach to influential leaders across the country

interested in accelerating their personal evolution

and bringing the power of Spirit into their organizations. .


“Sarah is the founder of Presence, Inc., an organization

created to help the planet and culture step

into a new era of greater alignment, greater peace,

and greater healing . .



“Kevin and Sarah frequently co-lead workshops

on intuition, Subtile energies, healing, advanced

dream techniques, and astral travel. Tuition for

BLISS [their September 21-24, 2006, seminar in

Hawaii] is $1,400 . . BLISS Hawaii is a retreat into

the deeper caverns of our being.”—Ad sheet for

BLISS Hawaii seminar.



THESE LECTURES?—The following statement

is found on one of its flyers (reprinted on page 7 of

this tract set). It lists some of our church sponsors,

as of October 2005:


“Sponsored by: Partners in Innovation - The Ohio

Conference of SDA; The Kettering Medical Center

Network; Office of Creative Ministries, the Columbia

Union Conference of SDA; . . Leadership & Educational

Administration Department, Andrews Uni-

versity.”—October 2005 Conference announcement.


In addition, the General Conference also had the

Kaisers present some of their concepts at the 2000

General Conference Session at Toronto. Those presentations provided the Kaisers with many contacts.


“Partners in Innovation, with the Ohio Conference

of Seventh-day Adventists as one of its primary

partners, proposes to address this need [to

expand our minds] by advancing the conversation

about the church of the future and by fostering research

and development of replicable models that

connect people with God, with each other, and with

their communities. Creating a compelling view of

tomorrow’s opportunities and moving preemptively

to secure the future require intentional effort. Partners

in Innovation provides individuals and organizations

the opportunity to guide, shape, and resource

this futuristic vision.


“Partners in Innovation commissions individuals

and groups to do research and development; . .

hosts national Innovation Conferences where the

concepts of innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurial

mission are explored; . . provides innovation

training for select individuals; . . creates awareness

within the SDA Church of trends, data and issues

relating to the Church’s future; . . creates and resources

high profile demonstration sites’ [and] . .

disseminates information to the Adventist Church

in North America on replicable models.—




PART TWO OF TWO Adventist Spiritualists


Continued from the preceding tract in this series



Kaisers claim to offer wonderful new insights, awareness,

and feelings which will be able to help you have

a more vibrant personality, clearer thinking, better de-

cision-making power, access to hidden powers within,

and contact with ancient powers without.




Remarkably, these are not hidden, but brazenly

flaunted. Unfortunately, certain of our leaders, who

are solidly steeped in the new theology, are enamored

with them. When a person no longer needs to worry

about sin, the law of God, or the warnings of conscience,

he is prepared for spiritualism. And now it is

entering in full-bloom.


Sources for the following statements include;; and (Because it is so revealing, is not always online.) For additional information on this danger, contact J. Allen Fine, 822

Vineyard Ridge, Looneyville, WV 25259.













Those totally unaware of what they will be getting

into may not be told in advance the emotion and mind-

changing experience they will encounter at a seminar.


“Surrendering into Power— . . Experience a different

kind of retreat—a retreat called BLISS! Just

being there is an act of surrender, because this retreat

has no agenda. And people have signed up for

it without knowing anything about what it is.”—


Kevin Kaiser,


It is taught that all religions are the same, and lead

to the same destination, but under different names.


“What is the Path to God?—There are many paths

to God. Some approach God with a little different

emphasis like similarly structured but differently

named churches within Christianity. Some approach

God with more divergent mindsets such as

Buddhism and Christianity. These differences often

trouble us. They do not trouble God.”—Leland

Kaiser, Questions and Answers>Series, July 14,



The use of words which say nothing is a favorite

technique used by the mystery religions.

“Possibility Thinking—Wisdom walkers live in a

universe of infinite possibility waiting to happen. In


their universe, nothing has to be the way it is. There

is no one right way to do anything. For everything

that is, there are an infinite nunber of things that

could just as well be.”—Leland Kaiser,


He says we are all god. This concept is mentioned

by many spiritualists who have found the secret wisdom

offered by the serpent in Genesis 3:5.


“Why am I Drawn so Strongly to Certain Persons?—

We are all different aspects of God reflecting

Itself in the third dimension. Poets, mystics,

Gnostics and adepts all describe this phenomenon

using different metaphors.”—Questions and Answers

>Series, June 20, 2006,


In order to attract business leaders to let the Kaisers

hold highly paid corporate seminars, the Kaisers

offer bewildering concepts such as these, which appear

strangely attractive:


“Metaphysics of Management—The mental model

for business management is about to change. Future

managers will adopt a metaphysical view of

their profession and the world they live in. They

will easily cross over from the objective world of

facts and figures to the subtle world of intentions

and consciousness. They will live and work in two

worlds.”—Thoughts--Lee, May 1, 2006,


Since nothing is evil to the Kaisers, there are no

evil thoughts. Any thought which comes to mind is

important, and you need to consider it carefully.


“Whatever the type of intuition you experience,

you should pay attention to its message. It has something

important to tell you . . As Spirit you are, as

soul you know, as mind you think, as emotions you

feel, as body you act. You can train yourself to receive

intuitive impressions at any of these five levels.

If all of the levels are in alignment, you have

achieved an integrated state of consciousness variously

known as [Christian] at-one-ment, atonement,

[Buddhist] enlightenment, or self-realization.”—


Leland Kaiser, Emerging Lifestyles magazine, Vol.

4, No. 2, Spring 2004.


When fully integregrated, you become infinite, part

of the divine mind—and everything else (pantheism).

At this level, your thoughts become infallible.


“At the highest level of your Being, you are Spirit—

an aspect of the Divine manifesting through you. At

this level you simply are and your awareness approaches

infinity. You know everything, because you

are a part of everything that exists. Spirit resides in

all things and therefore knows all things. An intuitive

message from your Spirit is is infallible.”—Ibid.


Your finite soul is connected to your eternal Spirit

by an infinite, incorruptible magnetic link, known as

the silver cord. The goal of your life should be to solidly

connect the two.


“A bridge between your soul and your Spirit is

present at birth in the form of a magneitc link (silver

cord). Your soul has a property of reflectivity and can

take the impress of your Spirit. This reflectivity increases

with your soul maturity. This magnetic link

permits your Spirit to operate through your lower

vehicles and express itself in your life. Your Spirit is

infinite and incorruptible. It is composed of neither

energy or matter, but rather is a unit of consciousness

that resides in the mind of God. Your soul is

finite and corruptible. It is composed of subatomic

matter. The goal of your life on earth is to meld your

Spirit and soul into one eternal monad.”—Ibid.


Your Spirit can enable you to leave your body and

travel across space and time.


“The bridge between soul and body permits the

Spirit to alter your physiological functions and impact

matter outside your body. Herein lies the seat of

phenomena such as healing, visions, out-of-body experiences, near death experiences, telephathy, lucid

dreams, and interdimensional travel.”—Ibid.


You have spirit guides which you need to listen to;

for their messages are important. They will help you

with whatever you might consider doing. (Notice that,

because there is no evil, every thought that comes into

your mind is good.)


“You attract beings (angels, guides, and inner teachers)

from higher dimensions who share your interest.

Because they are in sympathy with your intentions,

they form a telepathic link with your higher

mind . . These Guardians of the human race plant

seeds in your mind . . You are preparing vehicles for

intuitive communication with higher spiritual intelligences.”—Ibid.


If you will let them, the sun and moon in the sky will

provide you with special guidance.


“The Sun represents the male assertive power and

the Moon represents the female receptive power . .

Intuition is Moon power . . Ideally both females and

males have their Sun and Moon equally balanced.

This is the goal of symmetrical development . . How

do you develop your Moon power? . . Go out at night,

gaze at the Moon, and feel its rays penetrate your

soul. With intention, withdraw your outer directed

assertive power and imagine windows in your soul

with light streaming through them.”—Leland Kaiser,

Intuition Series, 34,


All the thoughts of dead people are floating around

the Earth, and you can tune in to them.


“The Thought Stream—Surrounding the earth is

a vast thought stream that contains the thoughts of

all people throughout all time. It is the thought history

of the Planet Earth. In deep meditation you can

enter this stream . . To accelerate the evolution of our

planet, highly developed spiritual beings ‘seed’ our

thought stream. These seed thoughts can be accessed

and built-out by spiritual seekers in their meditations.

Thus, a great deal of instruction is available to you.


“You can also ‘return’ to your favorite period of history

and enjoy the ‘current’ thinking of people who

live there. Eventually, this methodology will enable

us to correct our history books. Because of the vested

interests of the people who write history, and their

followers,—particularly religious groups—it will take

a lot of spiritual maturity to accept the revisions. In

most cases, history did not happen as it is re-

corded.”—Leland Kaiser, Intuition Series, August

17, 2005,


You can become one of the ancient gods.


“Often they are embodied as the gods of the cultures.

Although their names change, the energy-essence/

entities are the same. For instance, Hermes,

Mercury, Thoth, and Enoch are all the same energy/

essence . . By identifying with heroes of the past, you

tap into their collective archetypal energies which are

still active and alive in the spiritual realms . . One of

my favorite archetypal [sic] is Thoth, the [ancient

Egyptian] god of wisdom . . Thoth is not a person,

but rather an energy field built up over the years. It

is a giant reservoir of wisdom developed by the students

of Thoth . . Surround yourself with pictures,

relics and images of this mythic personage. View yourself

as a living incarnation of him.”—Leland Kaiser,

Gnostic Notes, June 18, 2006, on one of his web-



In order to fully become this kind of super-god, you need to open your mind, without reservation, to what ever the spirit world wants to teach you.


“Beginner’s Mind—The term beginner’s mind

comes from Zen. It refers to the mind that is clear no

judgments, no labels, no mental structure. The

mind is clear, open, and receptive . . All intuitive

impulses are received. Nothing is blocked or lost.

The analytical mind [including the conscience] is

never activated. There are no reactions of fear or

anger. There is a simple acceptance of ‘what is.’ . .

This will be a challenge, since to achieve a beginner’s

mind you will have to do a lot of unlearning. It means

setting aside your judgments . . You will not hear

words . . They come to you.”—Lee Kaiser, “Thoth.”

[That is the name Leland printed at the bottom of

this article! He believes he is the reincarnated god



Thoth was the Egyptian hawk-headed god who helped Isis work the ritual to bring Osiris back from the dead. The magical powers of Thoth were said to be very great. In her picture in a seminar ad, Leanne displays the grotesque hand sign for Zen. In addition to their practice of Egyptian and Eastern religions, according to the following definition, the Kaisers are also practitioners of Zen Buddhism.


“1. Zen is a Japanese Buddhist sect which differs

from other Buddhist sects by stressing enlightenment,

thought, intuition, and contemplation, rather

than through the Buddhist scriptures. 2. Silent Buddhist

meditation.”—MacMillan Dictionary.

When you attend one of Kaiser’s Adventist training seminars, you may become involved in an actual group seance, sitting in a circle, while awaiting the spirits to individually speak to each person in the group.

“Imagine how hard it is to adopt a beginner’s mind

when you come to a meeting . . Your suggestion that

the group enter a meditative state and clear their

minds of all thoughts and preconceptions may not

                  be well received . . You do not generate the thoughts.

They come to you because you have cleared the stage

and invited them to appear.”—Leland Kaiser, Beginner’s



Kaiser will suggest that the group focus on a crucifix, a picture of an Egyptian god, or a Hindu or Buddhist symbol; so, as expectantly, they “call upon the

symbol,”—and “energy” will flow into them.

“Visions Channel Psychic Energy—Visions channel

psychic energy from subtle spiritual realms to

our high density third dimensional world . . There is

tremendous power in traditional images or symbols.

They are connected to thought forms that have been

energized over the ages and like a battery hold their

energy until it is discharged by appropriate human

receivers. A group of people calling upon the symbol

are energized by it. As they become mentally and

emotionally involved with the symbol, they add their

energy to it. The vision thus feeds the people and is

fed by them. A two-way energy relationship exists

between symbols and people.”—Leland Kaiser, Visioning-25,


In order to confuse your mind and disorient your thinking even more, at these Adventist seminars you will be taught that there are many realities, of which we are usually aware of only one,—and you can learn how to switch between one and another.


“Reality is a Kaleidoscope—There are many realities

. . Each is real for you when you are inside it and

unreal to you when you are outside it . . Any other

creature that tunes itself to the new reality can enter it

and participate with whoever occupies it. It becames a

shared reality. You see this with UFOs that enter our

reality tunnel and participate with us . .


“When he comes close enough to a ‘sleeping’ probable

reality, he awakens it. With appropriate invocation

it begins its descent into the world of form. The

image will shimmer and change shapes many times

as the mind of the visionary plays upon it. Finally, it

assumes a somewhat stable form and is ready for

further ‘densification.’ When sufficiently densified, it

enters the thought streams and can be perceived by

anyone ‘fishing the stream.’ ”—Leland Kaiser, Visioning-



Kaiser teaches how to disconnect from this world and ascend into other worlds.


“The Universe is One Fabric—The visionary understands

the interconnected fabric of reality. This

permits him to perceive existing linkages and potential

linkages among components of the universe. Often

a vision is simply a new way of linking components

together . . The visionary ascends the planes

of consciousness to perceive subtle relationships that

exist on the plane of mind, but are not yet reflected

into the physical plane for manifestation. Even more

subtle ties exist on the spiritual planes beyond the planes of the mind. Therefore, the power of the visionary

is his power to ‘disconnect’ from the physical

plane and ascend through other planes of consciousness.

He does this in an altered state of consciousness.”—

Leland Kaiser, Visioning-3,


Kaiser teaches Adventists how they can individually

summon ancient pagan idols and creatures into

their minds. They will thus be enabled to begin working

with magic. Studying books and rituals on magic

will greatly help them do this.


“Everything in existence has a spiritual signature,

which is a symbol. To invoke the symbol is to summon

the creature it represents. This, of course, is

the basis for all sacred magic. Manipulating symbols

is manipulating the energies they contain and

transmit. Ancient symbols still carry a full charge of

energy and can be summoned as allies.


“As a worker in the realms of light, you need to

understand both universal symbolism and your own

personal symbolism. Begin to understand your personal

symbolism by studying your day and night

dreams. Pick up a book on mythology and study the

symbols utilized. Develop a rich vocabulary of symbols

by studying Tarot, Kabbalah.”—Leland Kaiser,

Gnostic Notes, Increasing Symbolic Intelligence,

June 19, 2006.


Tarot cards are used by witches in fortune-telling

and predicting the future. The Kabbalah are books written

by Jewish spiritualists during the Dark Ages.


Kaiser teaches how to have out-of-body experiences,

and fly through the air and enter other dimensions and

universes. In the following summary, in which he explains

the powers you will receive after your “soul initiation,”

he clearly shows he is a master at witchcraft.

Only a witch claims to do these things:


“The new and desired spiritual gift is usually received

in a soul initiation. With the new gift you move

forward in grade and responsibility.


“In summary, you can evoke the higher gifts when

your labors as a world worker require them. These

gifts include but are not limited to telepathy; out-ofbody

travel; time travel; healing; manifestation; control

over the elements of air, fire, earth and water;

extrasensory perception; animal and plant communication; alchemical transmutation of substance;

reading living energy fields; and reading the akashic

records.”—Leland Kaiser. [“Akashic” is a Tibetan

word, meaning “Hidden Library of Records.”]