The Urantia religious cult is allegedly being used by the CIA.
Neal Waldrop, a Urantia Foundation trustee, was employed and trained by the US National Security Agency.
General Duane Faw, a Urantia legal advisor, is linked to the CIA.
"The Urantia Brotherhood’s holy text was supposedly channelled by a member of the Kellogg family, which had four members enrolled in the Skull and Bones fraternity at the time the book was produced."
"The Urantia book preaches World Government under a World Executive - much like the Rockefeller drive for global government. ... "
Courtney Brown's book "Cosmic Voyage", published in the early 1990s, claimed that the CIA had an interest in The Urantia Book.