In a video message published on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, Pope Francis launched the Laudato Si’ Platform. These seven goals are pure pagan spirituality intermingled with the climate hysteria. The Pope has been working overtime to shape the religious and political landscape for all of the civilized world. He has just renewed his call upon all people to take care of “Mother Earth.”
“Let us take care of our mother Earth; let us overcome the temptation of selfishness that makes us predators of resources; let us cultivate respect for the gifts of the Earth and creation; let us inaugurate a lifestyle and a society that is finally eco-sustainable: we have the opportunity to prepare a better tomorrow for all. From God’s hands we have received a garden, we cannot leave a desert to our children.” 
The goal is more than just integral ecological sustainability. The Pope’s journey will take the world towards an “ecological spirituality.” The seven Laudato Si’ goals were published by the Vatican and will take place over the next seven years. They are listed below:
- Response to the Cry of the Earth
- Response to the Cry of the Poor
- Ecological Economics
- Adoption of Simple Lifestyles
- Ecological Education
- Ecological Spirituality
- Community Involvement and Participatory Action
- The seventh year will be a “Sabbatical year to praise and thank God.” 
The whole earth is being asked to embrace the Pope’s message on the environment. Pope Francis is inviting “everyone” to “embark on this journey together.” He is calling on “families, parishes, dioceses, schools, universities, hospitals, businesses, farms, organizations, groups, movements and religious institutes” to reflect and work on promoting Laudato Si’. 
We are no longer to think about sin as transgression against God’s moral law. That is all changing. The new sins and crimes will be against the ecology. No more repentance to the Creator of the Bible. We are to repent to “Mother Earth.” We are not going to be saving souls with the everlasting gospel anymore. The new emphasis is on saving the planet.
Changes are coming both in society and in our churches, and more importantly – changes in our laws. Make no mistake, this is a call on governments and political leaders to embrace and promote neo-paganism and eco-revolution during the next seven years through legislation.
This is an abandonment of the faith and a betrayal to true apostolic Christianity. Instead of promoting the true faith which would help humanity escape the superstitions of paganism, they are spreading Marxist socialism under a cloak of Christianity and are pushing society back into a primitive, primordial civilization – in harmony with Mother Nature and the “spirits.” What is shameful and blasphemous is when we take the gospel of Jesus Christ and try to manipulate it so that it is mixed in with “Mother Earth” pantheism – modern day Baal worship.
The seven Laudato Si’ goals are the announcement of a world-wide revolution. I pray that the Christian world can wake up and see what is about to happen. What does paganism, spiritualism, earth worship, Sunday worship and ecumenism have to do with each other? A lot more than we can imagine! We are seeing Rome’s plan for the coming takeover. All this is preparing the world for the reign of Antichrist.
As God’s people see the fulfillment of prophecy taking place they must watch and pray (Luke 21:36) and occupy (Luke 19:13) their time for the service of the Master:
“In a special sense Seventh-day Adventists have been set in the world as watchmen and light bearers. To them has been entrusted the last warning for a perishing world. On them is shining wonderful light from the word of God. They have been given a work of the most solemn import—the proclamation of the first, second, and third angels’ messages. There is no other work of so great importance. They are to allow nothing else to absorb their attention. The most solemn truths ever entrusted to mortals have been given us to proclaim to the world. The proclamation of these truths is to be our work. The world is to be warned, and God’s people are to be true to the trust committed to them” (Testimonies, Vol. 9, p. 19).