NewHeavenNewEarth (NHNE) is an online newsletter operating out of a post-New Age vision of planetary transformation. It was founded in 1994 by David Sunfellow out of his realization of the power of the Internet as a tool for communication and cooperation among humans on a global scale. NHNE operates through an online mailing list to which news stories are regularly sent and an extensive webpage that carries news and reports of interest to the "planetary transformation movement," the name given by Sunfellow to the post-New Age.
NHNE has set as its mission the tracking of planetary transformation and using the Internet to bring together a group of people in cyberspace to focus upon the basic age-old religious/ philosophical questions of "Who are we? "Where did we come from?" and "Why are we here?" Having rejected the use of traditional (and authoritarian) sources of religious teachings, NHNE opts instead for a new methodology for arriving at Truth. It attempts to bring together contemporary spiritual seekers, both professional and lay, to pool their wisdom in a process of encouraging enlightenment. The understanding that the planet is undergoing a period of significant change underlies the discussions pursued through NHNE.
Besides simply passing along news items on topics such as environmental concerns, the paranormal, relevant developments in science, etc., NHNE has focused on selected topics for concentrated research and reporting. NHNE has also posted its findings from investigations of A Course in Miracles court cases, crop circles, and the claims of visionary musician James F. Twyman, leader of the Community of the Beloved Disciple. NHNE can be contacted at P.O. Box 10627, Sedona, AZ 86339-8627. Its large Internet site is at http://www.nhne.com/.
NewHeavenNewEarth. http://www.nhne.com/. June 11, 2000.