Friday, February 16, 2018

It’s absurd to say that Vladimir Putin is rebuilding Christianity in Russia


As you watch the video and read the article excerpt from RT (an official propaganda outlet of the Russian government), remember that everything Putin said could have come straight out of Francis’ blasphemous blabbering mouth.  





Russian President Vladimir Putin has likened communism to Christianity and Vladimir Lenin’s mausoleum in Moscow’s Red Square to the veneration of the relics of saints. 
“Maybe I’ll say something that someone might dislike, but that’s the way I see it,” Putin said in an interview for the documentary Valaam, an excerpt of which was broadcast on Russia 1. “First of all, faith has always accompanied us, becoming stronger every time our country, our people, have been through hard times. 
“There were those years of militant atheism when priests were eradicated, churches destroyed, but at the same time a new religion was being created. Communist ideology is very similar to Christianity, in fact: freedom, equality, brotherhood, justice – everything is laid out in the Holy Scripture, it’s all there. And the code of the builder of communism? This is sublimation, it’s just such a primitive excerpt from the Bible, nothing new was invented.” 
Putin went further by comparing the Communists’ attitude to the Bolshevik leader Lenin to the veneration of saints in Christianity. “Look, Lenin was put in a mausoleum. How is this different from the relics of saints for Orthodox Christians and just for Christians? When they say that there’s no such tradition in Christianity, well, how come, go to Athos and take a look, there are relics of the saints there, and we have holy relics here,” Putin concluded.
source: RT news, Putin: Communist ideology similar to Christianity, Lenin’s body like saintly relics


“Once a KGB, always a KGB!”



More on Vladimir Putin:

Rabbi Reuven Wolf, declares ‘Moshiach is coming’ because of Putin's & Trump’s connections to Chabad-Lubavitch


‘Moshiach now!’ because of the ascent of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin the “greatest revelation” is at hand



(Rabbi Reuven Wolf speech begins at 1h:44m:17s)

(clip starts at 2h:04m:54s and ends at 2h:25m:32s)



Georg Ratzinger fires the Vatican rumor mill back up by stating that his brother Benedict XVI suffers from a “paralyzing illness”


Call Me Jorge...’s diagnosis: Benedict XVI is suffering 
from an acute case of full blown modernism


***** UPDATE 16 FEBRUARY 2018 *****

“This is pure fantasy... mentally he is doing well.”
 

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Lowlights from Francis Q & A sessions with Jesuits in Chile and Peru



The following quotes out of Francis’ mouth are taken from La Civiltà Cattolica’s “Where have our people been creative?”: Conversations with Jesuits in Chile and Peru.


 “There is something that does not take peace away from me, but which does hurt me, and that is gossip. I don’t like gossip, it makes me sad. It often spreads in closed-off worlds. When it happens in a world of priests and religious I want to ask: how is this possible? You left everything, you decided not to have a wife next to you, you didn’t marry, you had no children… Do you want to finish as a gossiping old bachelor? Oh, my God, what a sad life!”


“I never call a difficulty a “resistance” for to do so would be to renounce discernment. I prefer to discern. It is easy to say there is resistance and not realize that a moment of conflict is actually bringing out some crumbs of truth. So I think that such conflicts can help me. I often ask a person: “What do you think?” This would help me to relativize many things that at first sight might seem like resistances but are actually a reaction that comes from a misunderstanding, from the fact that some things need to be repeated, better explained… This might be my defect, the fact that sometimes I take things for granted and make a logical jump without explaining the process clearly, for I am convinced that the person I am talking to has quickly understood my reasoning. I am aware that, if I go back and explain things better, then at that point the other will say, “Ah, yes, agreed…” All in all, it is very helpful for me to examine the meaning of conflicts carefully. But when I am aware that there is true resistance, certainly, I am displeased. Some say to me that it is normal that there is resistance when someone wants to make changes. The famous “this has always been done this way” reigns everywhere: “It has always been done this way, why should we change? If things are the way they are, they have always been done this way, so why change?” This a great temptation that we all faced in the period after the Second Vatican Council. The resistances are still present and try to tell us to relativize the Council, to water it down. I am even sadder when someone joins a campaign of resistance. And alas I see this too. You asked me about resistances, and I cannot deny that there are some, then. I see them and I know them.
There are doctrinal resistances that you know about better than I. For my own good I do not read the content of internet sites of this so-called “resistance.” I know who they are, I know the groups, but I do not read them for my own mental health. If there is something very serious, they tell me about it so that I know. You know them… It is displeasing, but you have to go on. Historians tell us that it takes a century for a Council to put down its roots. We are halfway there.
Sometimes we ask: but that man, that woman, have they read the Council? And there are people who have not read the Council. And if they have read it, they have not understood it. Fifty years on! We studied philosophy before the Council, but we had the advantage of studying theology after it. We lived through the change of perspective, and the Council documents were already there.
When I perceive resistance, I seek dialogue whenever it is possible; but some resistance comes from people who believe they possess the true doctrine and accuse you of being a heretic. When I cannot see spiritual goodness in what these people say or write, I simply pray for them. I find it sad, but I won’t settle on this sentiment for the sake of my own mental well-being.”


“I think that one of the things that the Church most needs today is discernment. This is put very clearly in the pastoral perspectives and objectives of Amoris Laetitia. We are used to a “yes you can or no you can’t” mentality. The morality used in Amoris Laetitia is the more classic Thomist morals, that is, the one from St. Thomas himself not the decadent version of later Thomism that some have studied. I too received a formation in the way of thinking of “yes you can or no you can’t,” or “up to this point you can, up to here you can’t.” I wonder if you remember [and here the pope looks at one of those present] that Colombian Jesuit who came to teach morals at the Collegio Massimo? When he taught the sixth commandment someone dared to ask: “Can a man and a woman who are engaged to be married kiss each other?” If they could they kiss each other! Do you get it? And he replied: “Yes they can! No problem! They just have to put a tissue between them.” This is a forma mentis (a way of thinking) for doing theology generally. It is a forma mentis that is based on a limit. And we bear the consequences.
If you take a look at the panorama of reactions to Amoris Laetitia you will see that the strongest criticisms of the exhortation are against the eighth chapter: “Can a divorced person receive communion, or not?” But Amoris Laetitia goes in a completely different direction; it does not enter into these distinctions. It raises the issue of discernment. This was already at the heart of truly great classic Thomist morals. So the contribution that I want from the Society is to help the Church to grow in discernment. Today, the Church needs to grow in discernment. And to us the Lord has given this family grace to discern. I do not know if you know this, but I have said it during other similar meetings with Jesuits: at the end of Fr. Ledóchowski’s time as superior general, the highest work of the spirituality of the Society was the Epitome. Everything you had to do was all regulated in an enormous mix of the Formula of the Institution, the Constitutions and the rules. There were even rules for the cook. And it was all mixed, without following a hierarchy. Fr. Ledóchowski was a great friend of the abbot general of the Benedictines and once he went to visit him bringing along this volume. Shortly after, the abbot sought him out and said: “Father General, with this you have killed the Society of Jesus.” And he was right, for the Epitome took away any room for discernment.”


“Thank you. The word “reconciliation” is not only manipulated, it is demolished. Today – not just here for this applies in other Latin American countries too – the word “reconciliation” has been emptied of its power. When St. Paul describes the reconciliation of all with God, in Christ, he delivers a strong word. Today, however, “reconciliation” has become wrapping paper. It’s been emptied out. It’s been weakened not only of its religious content but also of its human content, that is, what we share when we look each other in the eye. Instead, today, it is being done under the counter.
I would say that these stunts should not be accepted, nor should we struggle against them. We must say to those who adopt it in its weaker form: use it, but we won’t use it, for the concept has been demolished. We do need to continue to work, however, seeking to reconcile people. From below, from the sides, with a good word, with a visit, with a course to help understanding, with the weapon of prayer that will give us strength and make miracles, but especially with the human weapon of persuasion, which is humility. Persuasion acts through humility.”


“Yesterday I spoke to the priests and religious men and women of Chile in the cathedral of Santiago. This is the greatest desolation that the Church is suffering. It brings shame, but we need to remember that shame is also a very Ignatian grace, a grace that St. Ignatius asks us to make in the three colloquies of the first week. And so let us take it as a grace and be fully ashamed. We have to love the Church with her wounds. Many wounds…
Let me tell you something. On March 24 Argentina remembers the military coup d’état, the dictatorship, the desaparecidos (the disappeared)… and every March 24 the Plaza de Mayo fills to remember it. One year, on March 24, I left the archbishop’s house and went to serve as confessor for the Carmelite sisters. On my return I took the subway and got out six blocks away from Plaza de Mayo. The Plaza was full … and I walked those six blocks to enter by the side. When I was about to cross a road, there was a couple with a child of two or three years, and the child ran ahead. The father said to him: “Come, come, come here… Be careful of the pedophiles!” How shameful I felt! What shame! They didn’t realize that I was the archbishop, I was a priest and… what shame!
Occasionally there are “consolation prizes,” and someone might even say: “OK. Look at the statistics … I don’t know … 70 percent of pedophiles are in the family setting, people known to the family. Then at the gyms and in the swimming pools. The percentage of pedophiles who are Catholic priests does not reach 2 percent, it’s 1.6 percent. It is not that much.” But it is terrible even if only one of our brothers is such! For God anointed him to sanctify children and adults, and instead of making them holy he has destroyed them. It’s horrible! We need to listen to what someone who has been abused feels. On Fridays – sometimes this is known and sometimes it is not known – I normally meet some of them. In Chile I also had such a meeting. As their process is very hard, they remain annihilated. Annihilated!
For the Church this is a great humiliation. It shows not only our fragility, but also, let us say so clearly, our level of hypocrisy. In cases of corruption, in the sense of abuse of an institutional type, it is notable that there are some newer Congregations whose founders have fallen into these abuses. These cases are public. Pope Benedict had to suppress a large male Congregation. The founder had spread such habits. He abused young and immature religious men. It was a Congregation that had a female branch, and the female founder had also spread such habits. Benedict had started the process on the women’s branch. I had to suppress it. You here have many painful cases. But it is curious that the phenomenon of abuse touched some new, prosperous Congregations.
Abuse in these Congregations is always the fruit of a mentality tied to power that has to be healed in its malicious roots. And I will add: there are three levels of abuse that come together: abuse of authority (mixing the internal forum with the external forum), sexual abuse and an economic mess.
There is always money involved. The devil enters through the wallet. Ignatius places the first step of the devil’s temptations in riches…then come vanity and pride, but first of all, it’s riches. The three levels come together very often in the new Congregations that have fallen into this problem of abuse.
Forgive my lack of humility in suggesting that you read what I said to the Chileans. That material is more carefully articulated and reasoned than what comes to me now spontaneously.”


“Thank you. I’ll reply with just one word. It might seem that I say nothing, but instead I say everything. And the word is “Council.” Pick up again the Second Vatican Council, and read Lumen Gentium. Yesterday, with the bishops of Chile – or was it the day before, I don’t even know what day it is! – I encouraged them to declericalize. If there is something that is very clear, it is the awareness of the faithful holy people of God, infallible in credendo, as the Council teaches us. This brings the Church forward. The grace of being missionary and proclaiming Jesus Christ comes to us in baptism. From there we can move forward…
We should never forget that evangelization is done by the Church as a people of God. The Lord wants an evangelizing Church, I see that clearly. This came from my heart, in simplicity, in the few minutes I spoke during the general congregations before the conclave. A Church that goes out, a Church that goes out proclaiming Jesus Christ. After or in that very moment when she adores and fills herself with him. I always use an example tied to the Book of Revelation where we read: “I am at the door and knock. If someone opens I will enter” (cf. Rev 3:20). The Lord is outside and wants to come in. Sometimes the Lord is inside and is knocking because he wants us to let him out! The Lord is asking us to be a Church outside, a Church that goes out. Church as a field hospital… Ah, the wounds of the people of God! Sometimes the people of God is wounded by a rigid, moralist catechism, of the “you can or you can’t” variety, or by a lack of testimony.
A poor Church for the poor! The poor are not a theoretical formula of the communist party. The poor are the heart of the Gospel. They are the center of the Gospel. We cannot preach the Gospel without the poor. So I say to you: it is along this line that I feel the Spirit is leading us. And there are strong resistances. But I must also say that for me the fact that resistances arise is a good sign. It is a sign that we are on the right road, this is the road. Otherwise the devil would not bother to resist.
I would say these are the criteria: poverty, being missionaries, the conscience of the faithful people of God… In Latin America, particularly, you should ask: “But where have our people been creative?” With some deviations, yes, but it has been creative in its popular piety. And why have our people been able to be creative in popular piety? Because the clergy weren’t interested, and so they let them do it… the people went on ahead…
And then, yes, what the Church is asking today of the Society – this I have said often, and Spadaro, who publishes these things, has grown tired of writing it – is to teach discernment with humility. Yes, as pontiff I ask this of you officially. Generally, above all, we who are part of the religious setting of life as priests and bishops often show little ability to discern, we don’t know how to do it for we have been educated with another theology that is more formal. We go as far as “you can or you can’t,” as I said to the Chilean Jesuits concerning the resistances to Amoris Laetitia. Some people are reducing the entire fruit of two synods – all the work that has been done – to “you can or can’t.” Help us to discern then. Certainly, someone who is not discerning cannot teach others to discern. And to be discerning you have to enter into practice, you have to examine yourself. You have to start with yourself.”


Wednesday, February 14, 2018

A few drops of rain cannot keep ‘crowd’ away from Francis’ general audience


Francis set another record low for attendance, this time on Ash Wednesday.

or

Francis gets no love on St. Valentine’s Day.


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Where are the people?

Even the press corp cannot crop out the lack of people.

‘I can’t wait any longer. Don’t they know my general audience is today?’

All those #EmptySeats — must have been in line for ashes. 


Maybe they gave Francis up for Lent?

Monday, February 12, 2018

Put on your surprise face — rabbinic member of the Pontifical Academy Of Life says abortion is Biblical in certain cases!



We have covered for some time, Francis’ appointment of two Talmudic rabbis to the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy Of Life and how this is an inversion of the academy’s original purpose. Francis said in an address to academy members,
“There is a real cultural revolution on the horizon of history at this time. The Church must, first and foremost, be part of it. In this perspective, it is essential to honestly recognize her weaknesses and shortcomings.”

We previously commented on this statement,
“Francis’ “real cultural revolution” is one which inculcates pewsitters into Noahides compliant with Halakhic law, further processing them into followers of the demented rabbis. We encourage readers unfamiliar with this topic to read [update on the new member of the Pontifical Academy Of Life — Rabbi Avraham Steinberg, M.D.] It should set the reader straight as to what Francis meant when he said in his address that he wants a, “deepening of scientific, anthropological and ethical knowledge, and in service to life.” Francis, in reality, desires a future for the Novus Ordo filled with man-made superstitions, pedophilia, and rabbinic racial supremacy.”

Well, yesterday one of the rabbis that Francis appointed to the academy, Rabbi Fernando Szlajen, wrote an article published on infobae, Aborto a demanda: el crimen como derecho, in which he explains that abortion is fine as long as it is committed under a particular set of circumstances, it’s also even Biblical!  Like the rabbi that he is, Szlajen talks out of both sides of his mouth.  He spends a good portion of the article wailing about unnecessary abortions and the evils of abortion but then gets to the rabbinic loophole for abortion and pins this squarely on the Bible.
“In only one case does the Bible demand an abortion, when the life of the conceptus [the embryo in utero] inexorably threatens that of its mother, resolving that as long as it has not been born, the woman's life is prioritized because her life comes first.  In such a said case, typified under the law of rodef, ‘pursuer’, it prescribes to kill whoever with certainty and effectively threatens the life of another, even when he is not aware of it. In cases of anencephaly, irreversible degenerative or terminal pathologies where the conceptus will inevitably die, typified as tzarrej gadol, ‘great need’, for the loss, causing the siege and the oppression of the person, abortion is allowed with severe restrictions in time and form. Similar criteria apply to women, pregnant from rape, being that they are in serious psychophysical state.”

And there you have it dear reader, a slow step by step inculcation of rabbinic morals which will result one day into a full blown Noahide initiation.  The responsibility for this rests directly on Francis’ shoulders.  Recall our previous posts where we demonstrate that Francis lies with regularity and often plays dumb to those whom he lies.  We expect nothing less than this if Francis is ever confronted on the matter.  Now returning to what Rabbi Szlajen wrote, no abortion isn’t Biblical it’s Talmudic.  If the rabbi had been truthful he would have explained, as we have on this blog, that the Talmud says all abortions are fine until the head of the baby leaves the uterus during birth because, “Before the baby is born, it is not considered a living soul, and it is therefore not subject to the halakhot (law) of murder.” (Koren Talmud Bavli: Sanhedrin Part Two, Jerusalem, 2017, p. 155.)  Further the rabbi would have told his readers that non-Jews do not possess the souls of men but of animals, in other words they do not have souls. 

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So the logical conclusion is that the two rabbis believe that abortion is acceptable for Jews as long as the head of the baby hasn’t left the uterus because that’s when the baby acquires its soul and for goyim or non-Jews abortion is okay any time because they don’t possess souls.  Any discussion contrary to this is just the rhetorical trick of pilpul which makes true rational discussion impossible — it’s a sideshow to make a dog chase its tail.  Dear reader, please educate yourself and others about these matters, make personal acts of reparation, and pray more fervently in order that those stuck in the rabbinic insane asylum may escape and learn that their Savior is Jesus the Christ.  Else those in the Novus Ordo church will continue down the perditious road they are on — resulting in the Vatican becoming a shtetl and the churches becoming synagogues with noahides sitting in the pews.


Related:

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Liar, Liar Cassock on Fire!


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Raymond Arroyo gives a clear synopsis of the Chilean 
Abuse Scandal and the role of Francis in it.



Francis lies with the regularity that the average person breathes.  He is constantly telling half-truths in his homilies and interviews intermixed with outright lies.  We previously covered how Francis uses the same strategy as Vladimir Putin does in ruling — both rule with confusion. In a future post on Vladimir Putin we will demonstrate how he like Francis believes communists to be Christians — both Putin and Francis are cut from similar cloth.  Below is an excerpt from the late Omar Bello’s El Verdadero Francisco (The True Francis).  Mr. Bello died in a suspicious car accident shortly after this book was published, in fact he predicted his own death.  Thanks to NovusOrdoWire for bringing this to our attention.


“You have to throw him out now!” Bergoglio demanded, raising his voice. The walls trembled. “Not one more day can this guy be here! Do you understand?”

He was referring to an employee of the Curia whom he couldn’t stand.

“Right away! Do you understand?”

“But he’s going to want to talk to you…”, one of the treasurers replied.

“I said to throw him out already. What language am I speaking?”

“Alright, Monsignor, we’ll throw him out right away.”

“Promoting to remove” is one of the most respected unwritten slogans of the Church. It sounds strange but someone who behaves badly can end up in a better position, yes, very far from the original place where he committed the offense. Of course, despite the motto, it is sometimes necessary to throw people out, and in those cases Bergoglio doesn’t abandon his tricks either. Once dismissed, the employee in question requested an audience with the cardinal and it was granted quickly, without asking questions.

“But I did not know anything about it, Son. You surprise me…”, the present-day Pope assured the dismissed employee when he told him of his troubles.

“Why did they throw you out? Who was it?”

The man left the cardinal’s offices without a job but with a brand new car as a gift, believing Francis to be a saint driven by circumstances beyond his control, dominated by a host of malicious assistants. The story of this dismissal is repeated even by the security officers of the Curia of Buenos Aires.

(Omar Bello, El Verdadero Francisco [Buenos Aires: Ediciones Noticias, 2013], pp. 36-37; our translation.)

source: NovusOrdoWire, Omar Bello: Francis Plays Both Sides

El Verdadero Francisco by Omar Bello, pp. 36-37.



This excerpt clearly shows that Francis is a liar.  The level of skill with which he lies is extraordinary, for the one being lied to comes away thinking that Francis is a saint!  Below are a few links concerning sex crimes covered-up by Francis as well as his lies.  We at Call Me Jorge... are glad that the mainstream medias and the Catholic media are finally awaking to this long known truth about Francis.


Related:

Hatred & Intolerance have a place at the WJC


No questioning the Holocaust Dogma of Talmudism!


 ‘Anti-semitism, it’s a trick we always use it!’



How many anti-goyim messages a second 
are made by the Talmudists?


Too many to count!


For they never ever stop!

Saturday, February 10, 2018

There’s more to Deacon Steven D. Greydanus than meets the eye


Is that a double ‘devil horns’ or a double ‘I love you’?  
And why is a deacon posing like he’s a gangster rapper?


Recently, Deacon Steven D. Greydanus, a movie reviewer for Reel Faith (get it?) and creator of Decent Film Guide, writer for Christianity Today, Catholic World Report, and the National Catholic Register gave a glowing sixty second review of Call Me By Your Name, a sodomite film about the homosexual relations between a teenager and adult male.  Keep in mind that Deacon Greydanus is happily married with seven children.  Here is his review below:




For two very good critiques of this review please see:

Dear reader after watching that film review, would you consider it an endorsement or not?  Where is the condemnation of the sin that cries out to heaven for vengeance?  The warning to stay away from it?


Wow!  In his I didn’t endorse the movie post, he endorses Moonlight, another film about homosexuality with the added bonus of drugs!  This got us wondering if there was more to Deacon Greydanus.  The following information is by no means exhaustive and was found by cursorily looking at Deacon Greydanus’s social media.  The first movie review we came across is below and after watching him endorse this piece of Talmudic garbage we decided not to watch any more reviews.

Deacon Greydanus gives a kabbalistic and Enochian 
film, Noah, a B+ and states it “a rare gift.”



So onto Deacon Greydanus’s social media...

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Mocking the office of deacon which he holds.

Deacon Steven and good buddy Mark Shea mocking the 
Novus Ordo religion of which they both belong to.

 More good fun by blaspheming Our Lord Jesus the Christ.

‘Humble’ just like Francis.

Does pro-life Deacon Steven not understand the connection 
between birth control abortion homosexuality — pornography?

This isn’t humor, it’s plain sick and frankly disturbing.

Is he an occultist too?

 Don’t know if we can take any more of the deacon’s ‘humor’.

Deacon Greydanus looks to be in the good graces of his cardinal bishop Tobin.

It shouldn’t be any wonder where the deacon gets his attitude, Cardinal Tobin wrote a glowing endorsement of Fr. James Martin’s book, Building a Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the LGBT Community Can Enter into a Relationship of Respect, Compassion, and Sensitivity.


As Fr. Ray Blake recently asked on his blog concerning Francis and homosexuality, Dare We Join the Dots?


Is the deacon an alchemist — Solve et coagula? Sex magick?

The reason Deacon Greydanus does his movie reviews 
and posts garbage to his social media.


Not to worry, the Deacon’s movie review show, Reel Faith, has a ringing endorsement from this traditional looking nun.



Film reviews with faith in the movie reel and not with God!

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Revelation of the Method — Kaiser Wilhelm II learns the partial truth about Freemasonry


source: The Kaiser's memoirs, Wilhelm II, emperor of Germany, 1888-1918; English translation by Thomas R. Ybarra, pp. 257-259.

The racial supremacy of Talmudic Jews


How does the Talmud view non-Jews?




In our post, Merry “Rainbow” Christmas — the fruits of the goy following the seven noahide laws, we covered what the Jewish sages and rabbis have to say concerning the goyim who follow the seven noahide laws and are called the Righteous of All Nations as well as what they will receive in the “world to come.”  We revisit the answers for those who may not have read it.  Keep in mind that Michael Voris’ Church Militant, LifeNews, and LifeSiteNews promote these anti-Christian rabbinically created laws on their websites.


The righteous of all Nations will be rewarded in their lives only by virtue of their attachment to Israel whom they’ll be subordinate to as clothes.




The above mentioned reward is the only thing that the Noahides will receive, for when they die they shall inherit Hell!





Wow, what a deal!


Who would want to be a believer in Jesus the Christ and a member of His Church when one could instead be a Righteous Among Nations by being a Noahide?


Let’s see Heaven or Hell?



More on the ‘noahide’ laws:

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

The occult significance of Francis’ #WeRemember photo-op — a supermoon, the number eighteen, and the olive tree




Last Tuesday, Francis celebrated International Holocaust Remembrance Day by meeting with delegates from the World Jewish Congress at the Vatican.  These meetings are important on several levels — two of them being the exchange of symbolic gifts (a form of twilight language) and the importance of dates clustered around the event.  Recall, last year for International Holocaust Remembrance Day Francis received the gift of a Babylonian wedding contract from Dr. Viatcheslav Moshe Kantor, president of the European Jewish Congress.  This year International Holocaust Remembrance Day officially occurred on Saturday the 27th but Francis like Vladimir Putin didn’t want to spoil the Talmudic Jewish Sabbath — hence Putin moved his observance of the Jewish holy day to Monday and Francis to Tuesday.

We wondered at the time why Tuesday?  The answer turned out to be fairly simple, Tuesday night was marked by the beginning of the supermoon. The NY Times explains, “A supermoon occurs when the moon is full at its closest approach to Earth. It appears about 30 percent brighter than an average full moon.” The following day, Wednesday the moon continued to be a supermoon plus a blue moon, and a total lunar eclipse (not visible in Italy).  How symbolic!  The Talmudic Jews believe that the moon is emblematic of Israel and the Shekhinah.

source: The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic & Mysticism, 2nd Edition, 
by Rabbi. Geoffrey W. Dennis, page 449 of the epub edition, see entry Moon.


So there you have it, the moon symbolizes the people of Israel and how they will never be conquered or extinguished as well as the Shekhinah, the feminine dimension of their hermaphrodite god.  All of this symbolism at the Vatican’s celebration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.  But wait there’s more!

Ronald S. Lauder, “announced during the meeting that the World Jewish Congress would plant 18 olive trees in Israel in recognition of the Pope’s efforts.”  The number eighteen is highly symbolic to the Jewish people and their freemasonic golem.  During the preparations for the anti-Christian Seder meal the matzah is baked no more than eighteen minutes according to halakha.  The reason for this is:

source: The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic & Mysticism, 2nd Edition, by 
Rabbi. Geoffrey W. Dennis, page 482 of the epub edition, see entry Numbers-18.


Eighteen is also “in keeping with the Eighteen Degrees of Separation decreed by Beis Shamai and Beis Hillel in the first century A.D.” between the goyim and the Jews.  The eighteenth letter of the of the Hebrew alphabet stands for what else, “righteousness and humility”.  How fitting, eighteen olive trees planted in honor of the ‘righteous and humble’ Francis!

The Maurice Pinay blog in their entry Eighteen, further explains the interconnected symbolic nature of eighteen and the moon.
“The 18 card of the tarot deck is the moon card. The moon card, has two pillars. Kabbalah has two pillars. Kabbalists presume to "restore the balance" of the universe between the pillar of mercy and the pillar of severity. Occultists conquer their enemies by dividing them (creating balance) and pairing them off against each other....
A half-light and half-dark moon represents duality. Kabbalists believe in a dualistic, half male, half female god. They believe Adam was created in the image of this hermaphrodite god. The number 18 tarot card also features a crayfish. The crayfish has occult significance for being able to impregnate itself, thus containing both the male and female principle and hearkening back to the pre-fall occult hermaphrodite mockery of Adam, the first man, and the utopian state which occultists seek to "return" to.”

“...Freemason, Albert Pike states that tarot contains the Kabbalistic alphabet (Morals and Dogma, p.777). There are 18 consonants in the Hebrew alphabet. Orthodox Judaics pray Shemoneh 'Esreh (18 benedictions).
In Kabbalah, 18 is the numerical value of chai or "life." Chai is the name of the transcendent soul of Atzilut, the highest of the four Kabbalistic worlds of creation. Atzilut, literally, means "emanation."
Atzilut is the world of Divine emanation, wholly conscious of its Divine origin. The process of "emanation" is described in Chassidut as one of he'elem v'gilui ("concealment and revelation," i.e., the process of revealing the essence of that which had hitherto been concealed).
http://www.inner.org/worlds/atzilut.htm
[according to] the theory of the cosmic aeons of the Sabbatians ... the Torah of atzilut ... is the "true" Torah which, like the "mystery of the Godhead" it makes manifest, has been in a state of concealment for the entire period of the exile. Now that the redemption has commenced it is about to be revealed and although it is identical with the Torah of beriah [creation], it's way of being read will be different, thus, all the prohibitions and commandments of the Torah of beriahwill now be reinterpreted in light of the World of atzilut, in which (to take but one example), as is stated in several Kabbalistic sources, there is no such thing as forbidden sexual practices ... The concept of the two Torahs was an extremely important one for Sabbatian nihilism ... (Gershom Scholem, The Messianic Idea in Judaism, pp.111-112)
The eighteenth degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry is titled, "Knight Rose Croix" (knight of the rose cross). Rosicrucians are knights of the rose cross. In the 1615 Rosicrucian manifesto, Confessio Fraternitatis, it is stated that in the future the occult would make it's secrets known. Michael A. Hoffman refers to this era foretold by the Rosicrucians as the Revelation of the Method era, or the Making Manifest of all that is Hidden era. Albert Pike states that the 18th degree, Knight Rose Croix, teaches, " ...extinction of evil and sorrow, by a Redeemer or Messiah yet to come ..." (Morals and Dogma, p.287).
The occult is gambling that they have alchemically processed humanity to the degree that they will be able to reveal their secrets to us and we will do nothing about it; that the revelations will not free us but will only enslave us further. Will you allow them to win their wager?”

Returning to The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic & Mysticism, one reads the following for the entry Olive: (/Ziyit) ;
“The olive tree is a symbol of peace and...longevity. Zechariah learns that the olive tree symbolizes the never-ending bounty of divine beneficence... The Rabbis believed that eating olives enhances one’s ability to memorize Torah [Talmud]...Most overtly magical practices involve the leaves of the olive tree. Chai ben Sherira Gaon describes the belief that throwing olive leaves inscribed with divine names at bandits will paralyze them. One Hechalot formula requires the adept to eat olive leaves in preparation for summoning the Sar ha-Torah.” (pp. 489-90)

In our previous entry, The symbolism of the gifts Francis received and gave while at the Great Synagogue of Rome or Francis’ occult day at the synagogue, we demonstrated the Kabbalists believe the olive tree to symbolize the Menorah, which is representative of, “Talmudic Jews as they realize their divine status, as they collectively perfect themselves, [they] are actually perfecting God himself.”

So to sum it all up, we have a photo of Francis, the Vicar of Christ, holding a sign that reads #WeRemember (as in the Holocaust and it’s magical 6 million) on a day there was a supermoon which symbolizes the female side of the Jewish hermaphrodite god as well as Israel.  Then the head of the World Jewish Congress states “18 olive trees” will be planted in Israel in honor of Francis.  These “18 olive trees” represent Israel, the Talmud, life, and the divine status of the Jews.  Nary a mention of Jesus the Christ — just as the Talmudists like it. 

#WeRemember a time when the Vicar of Christ was a Catholic and the Faith instituted by Our Savior, Jesus the Christ, could be found in Churches throughout the world instead of today’s modernist mocking Noahide Novus Ordo masquerading as the Truth.


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