Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Aimé Pallière, a French Catholic 'Noahide'

The entry below is copied from the Maurice Pinay blog because we at Call Me Jorge... believe the information it contains is an extremely important piece to the puzzle as to what is happening at present in the Vatican.

 

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

French Catholic 'Noahide' Aimé Pallière's work with JNF, WJC in founding Counterfeit Israel

This is critical, yet completely covered up information. Aimé Pallière (1868-1949) was a French Catholic who abandoned a priestly vocation and after floundering on a 'spiritual journey' for some time wound up a disciple of Rabbi Elijah Benamozegh and convert to the rabbis' 'Noahidism' contrivance. He then became two-fold a child of hell as Rabbi Benamozegh and dedicated his life to propping up Counterfeit Israel. And dear reader, contemplate this deeply, after remaining steadfast in 'Noahidism' and Zionist fanaticism for the remainder of his life he was buried with traditional Catholic last rites, well before Vatican II; as the foreword to his The Unknown Sanctuary observes, "… he achieves the further miracle of being able to adopt a new religion without breaking with the old. Never was a heretic less banned."

If you can understand this, then you can truly understand the 'modernism' that has happened to the Church.

See:

The Daily Life of a Propagandist at the Paris Bureau of the Jewish National Fund (K.K.L.)

Also see:

Kosher-Catholic Paulist Press Publishes Rabbi Benamozegh's "Noahide" Tome as "Classic of Western Spirituality"

The Unknown Sanctuary: A Pilgrimage from Rome to [Counterfeit] Israel

3 comments:

  1. Those of us who know and understand the true history of The Roman Catholic Church are aware that liberal modernism worked with increasing assiduity after the rebellion of that child of self-deception Luther. It has wormed its way into The Church progressively by slowly poisoning minds and by reducing the Catholic priesthood to liturgical neutrality and loss of its sacred vision origins.

    The net result of centuries of protestantism and cultural relativisation have combined with religious scepticism and paganism to yield a twentieth century when the church finally gave in to its own enemies and has become a liberalised apostate shadow of the genuine institution Christ founded to propagate The truth. During that time we can see the liturgy submitting to gradual changes prior to the final Novus Ordo scandal, while papacies aapeared to become increasingly guided by false ideologies, invalid liturgical praxis and consequently a complete loss of competence in all matters.

    Aimé Pallière is a testimonial to that decline into indifference.with ignorance.

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  2. Those of us who know and understand the true history of The Roman Catholic Church …

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    I don't think the true history of Church, i.e.. that which corresponds to actual events, is very well known popularly. What is well known is hagiography on the one hand and anti-Catholic hate propaganda on the other, both of which are very kind to the bankers, rabbis and occultists who've played no insignificant role in Church history at least since the Renaissance. I would say, rather, Aimé Pallière's life is a testimonial to that little-known underground stream flowing through Church history. He's not the only such figure.

    While this view may be troubling to the pious, I believe it's a more accurate way of understanding how we got where we are today, how to approach the situation in the present and prevent its recurrence in the future.

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    1. There are also the ordinary lives of the Catholic priest, monk,nun and lay-folk which we can interpret through many of these events. For example, the Henrician persecution; the Albigensians,where we find some Catholics influenced, converted, by the norms and values of the persecuted group. There is more available for us to appreciate then one might imagine otherwise. Indeed, most people don't know or even care that much. However, my point is just that; with the gradual decline in The Faith there are several sign posts signaling the sinuous pathway leading to where we have arrived today. These are scattered throughout the history of the church though not necessarily in any convenient pattern: there are symbolical and real Aimés. These occur with increasing rapidity throughout the modern period.

      I would agree with you this helps us to understand what I term "true church history" which lies somewhere between those hagiographies and protestant calumnies you refer to. My own study of it is through those sources; the social history of Christendom; sociological interpretations of it and some of the many contemporaneous works available to us today. The liberal assumption of progress in history is misapprehended since most of the indicators signify social degeneration and loss of ethical awareness. This deterioration has slowly insinuated itself through a gradual religious relativism and indifference throughout Christendom. Currently, the neo-church is replete with Aimé Pallières right to the very summit of the hierarchy.

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