Monday, August 27, 2018

Edward Pentin reports Abp. Viganò, “is concerned for his own life”.

(begins at 3 minutes 49 seconds & ends at 7 minutes 43 seconds)

Francis’ Baphomet mitre

Coincidences in Ireland?

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 Francis gazing upon altar boys at his Phoenix Park mess.

Eliphas Levi’s Baphomet and Francis’ rainbow colored mitre.

The Noahide rainbow flag.

The LGBT’s rainbow flag.

Francis chasuble also had an interesting symbol on it.

 The ‘Celtic’ swirl on the chasuble...

...bears a striking resemblance to the BDSM symbol.

Surely, the fact that a wife and husband team reported that 72 journalists traveled with Francis was another coincidence. 

Kabbalists believe the Tetragrammaton is, “the mother of all tools...the power of 72.”

In light of the recent document published by Abp. Viganò,
 one has to ask if there are any coincidences 
when it comes to Francis and his reign?

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Anna Matranga asks Francis about Abp. Viganò’s letter

The blabber mouth is at a loss for words, “I will not say a single word about this.” What, no vapid thoughts today your humbleness?

— transcript —

Anna Matranga, CBS: Good evening, Holy Father. I’ll return to the subject of sex abuse about which you’ve already spoken. This morning, very early, a document by Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano’ came out. In it, he says that in 2013 he had a personal talk with you at the Vatican, and that in that talk, he spoke to you explicitly of the behavior of and the sexual abuse by former-Cardinal McCarrick. I wanted to ask you if this was true. I also wanted to ask something else: the Archbishop also said that Pope Benedict sanctioned McCarrick, that he had forbidden him to live in a seminary, to celebrate Mass in public, he couldn’t travel, he was sanctioned by the Church. May I ask you whether these two things are true?

Francis: I will respond to your question, but I would prefer last first we speak about the trip, and then other topics. I was distracted by Stefania, but I will respond. I read the statement this morning, and I must tell you sincerely that, I must say this, to you and all those who are interested. Read the statement carefully and make your own judgment. I will not say a single word about this. I believe the statement speaks for itself. And you have the journalistic capacity to draw your own conclusions. It’s an act of faith. When some time passes and you have drawn your conclusions, I may speak. But, I would like your professional maturity to do the work for you. It will be good for you. That’s good. (inaudible)

Matranga: Marie Collins said that after she met you during the victims gathering, that she spoke with you precisely about ex-Cardinal McCarrick. She said you were very tough in your condemnation of McCarrick. I want to ask you, when was the first time that you heard talk about the abuses committed the former cardinal?

Francis: This is part of the statement about McCarrick. Study it and then I will say. Yesterday, I had not read it but I permitted myself to speak clearly with Marie Collins and the group, it was really an hour-and-a-half, something which made me suffer a lot. But, I believe it was necessary to listen to these 8 people and from this meeting came the proposal. I made it, the others accepted and they helped me to do it, to ask forgiveness today in the Mass. But, in concrete things. The last thing. I had never heard about those mothers, they called it the women’s laundry, when an unmarried woman got pregnant she went to the hospital, I don’t know what the school was called, and the sisters said that and then they gave the child away in adoption to people. There were two sons from that time, they tried to find their mothers, if they were alive. And they would tell them that it was a mortal sin to do this, and to the mothers who called for their children also it was a mortal sin. For this reason, today I finished by saying that this is not a mortal sin but it’s the fourth commandment. And the things that I said today some I didn’t know (before). It was painful for me but I also had the consolation of being able to help clear these things up. I await your comment on the document, I would like that. Thanks.


the emperor has no clothes — the Irish Edition

long live the emperor!

Francis riding through the streets of Dublin waving to no one.

Everyone in Ireland must have been waiting for him at Croke Park. 

And when Francis did get a crowd...

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Saturday, August 25, 2018

the other shoe drops — Abp. Viganò implicates Francis in McCarrick cover-up

as well as Benedict XVI and Saint John Paul II
(via their appointed lackeys)

“As far as the Roman Curia is concerned, for the moment I will stop here, even if the names of other prelates in the Vatican are well known, even some very close to Pope Francis, such as Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio and Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, who belong to the homosexual current in favor of subverting Catholic doctrine on homosexuality...Cardinals Edwin Frederick O’Brien and Renato Raffaele Martino also belong to the same current, albeit with a different ideology. Others belonging to this current even reside at the Domus Sanctae Marthae.  
I began the conversation, asking the Pope what he intended to say to me with the words he had addressed to me when I greeted him the previous Friday. And the Pope, in a very different, friendly, almost affectionate tone, said to me:  “Yes, the Bishops in the United States must not be ideologized, they must not be right-wing like the Archbishop of Philadelphia, (the Pope did not give me the name of the Archbishop) they must be shepherds; and they must not be left-wing — and he added, raising both arms — and when I say left-wing I mean homosexual.” Of course, the logic of the correlation between being left-wing and being homosexual escaped me, but I added nothing else.

Immediately after, the Pope asked me in a deceitful way: “What is Cardinal McCarrick like?” I answered him with complete frankness and, if you want, with great naiveté: “Holy Father, I don’t know if you know Cardinal McCarrick, but if you ask the Congregation for Bishops there is a dossier this thick about him. He corrupted generations of seminarians and priests and Pope Benedict ordered him to withdraw to a life of prayer and penance.” The Pope did not make the slightest comment about those very grave words of mine and did not show any expression of surprise on his face, as if he had already known the matter for some time, and he immediately changed the subject. But then, what was the Pope’s purpose in asking me that question: “What is Cardinal McCarrick like?” He clearly wanted to find out if I was an ally of McCarrick or not.
I want to recall...the grave, disconcerting and sinful conduct of Pope Francis and by the conspiracy of silence of so many pastors, and who are tempted to abandon the Church, disfigured by so many ignominies. At the Angelus on Sunday, August 12, 2018 Pope Francis said these words: “Everyone is guilty for the good he could have done and did not do ... If we do not oppose evil, we tacitly feed it. We need to intervene where evil is spreading; for evil spreads where daring Christians who oppose evil with good are lacking.” If this is rightly to be considered a serious moral responsibility for every believer, how much graver is it for the Church’s supreme pastor, who in the case of McCarrick not only did not oppose evil but associated himself in doing evil with someone he knew to be deeply corrupt. He followed the advice of someone he knew well to be a pervert, thus multiplying exponentially with his supreme authority the evil done by McCarrick. And how many other evil pastors is Francis still continuing to prop up in their active destruction of the Church! 
Francis is abdicating the mandate which Christ gave to Peter to confirm the brethren. Indeed, by his action he has divided them, led them into error, and encouraged the wolves to continue to tear apart the sheep of Christ’s flock.  
In this extremely dramatic moment for the universal Church, he must acknowledge his mistakes and, in keeping with the proclaimed principle of zero tolerance, Pope Francis must be the first to set a good example for cardinals and bishops who covered up McCarrick’s abuses and resign along with all of them.

— TESTIMONIANZA di Mons. Carlo Maria Viganò, (22 August 2018).

In the eleven page document written by Abp. Vigano, names are named and specifics are given.  Is this a sincere case of a modernist wanting heartfelt correction or simply a rat aboard the S.S. Novus Ordo scurrying around trying to cover his rear end? (see here & here)

For the full document:

Things are getting mighty interesting aboard the S.O.S.
Novus Ordo with Francis as the Captain!

***** UPDATED *****

Abp. Vigano has clarified his role in the above mentioned  matter in St. Paul-Minneapolis:

***** 26 AUGUST 2018 *****

Monday, August 20, 2018

Feliks Koneczny on the anti-Christian roots of Hesychasm and Bogomilism

 The Byzantine Civilization (vol. 2) - Feliks Koneczny

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The ‘conservative’ publishing house, Ignatius Press, is in reality an occultic press

the master & the disciple

Making the works of occultic heirs of the Renaissance humanist-kabbalists — Karl Rahner, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Joseph Ratzinger (Germans) — Henri de Lubac, Louis Bouyer, and Yves Congar (French) — and Adrienne von Speyr (Swiss) — available in English was the impetus behind the creation of the book publisher, Ignatius Press.  Marsilio Ficino and Pico della Mirandola would be pleased.

James McClain: As we prepare to celebrate its fortieth anniversary, where did the idea for Ignatius Press come from?

Fr. Joseph Fessio: As a Jesuit, you study philosophy, teach in a high school or university, and then study theology. I went to France for my theology studies and got to know Fr. Henri de Lubac. When it was time to continue my studies, I asked him what I should do my doctoral thesis on, and where I should study. He proposed Hans Urs von Balthasar as “the greatest theologian of our time, and perhaps of all time,” and suggested that I study under a young German theologian, Professor Ratzinger. Looking back, I realize that around the period of the Second Vatican Council — before and after — there were six major theological figures, three German speaking - Karl Rahner, Hans Urs von Balthasar, and Joseph Ratzinger — and three French-speaking ones — Henri de Lubac, Louis Bouyer, and Yves Congar. It was a blessing for me to know four of them well.

When I returned to the United States in 1974, I was a part of a reading group that discussed these theologians, along with Adrienne von Speyr, a mystic and directee of Fr. Von Balthasar. Since most of their works were not available in English, it was clear that something needed to be done to make their writings available to the English-speaking world. At that time I came to know Frank Sheed, who was the dean of Catholic publishing in the twentieth century, with his publishing company Sheed and Ward. I asked him whether we should consider establishing our own publishing company, and he said, “By all means. But be ready for ten years of grief.”

James McClain: Ignatius Press has become one of the world's most prominent Catholic media publishers. How has Ignatius Press done over the years?

Fr. Joseph Fessio: We sell about 2 million books per year. Since we had a software update recently, I had to export and import our historical data. I realized that we have sold 34 million books so far.

Ignatius Press at 40 Years: An Interview with Fr. Joseph Fessio, National Catholic Register, (17 August 2018).

Another liberal Jesuit posing as a ‘conservative’ while promoting the kabbalah.

Friday, August 17, 2018

the new evangelization — the Germans invade Rome! (part 2)

Watch the Germans’ encore performance of sacrilege and immodesty at the Basilica Papale di San Paolo fuori le Mura as their pilgrimage winds down.


The Pope Video — Season 3 Episode 8

Malachi Martin the Kabbalist

“A double-minded man is inconstant in all his ways.”
— James 1, 8 —

Wolfgang’s letter to Malachi...

If I were younger, how I would love to follow in your footsteps to learn Hebrew, and delve into the Kabbalistic literature— without of course forgetting Jacob Boehme.  Actually, it seems to me that Kabbalah, Hermeticism, and the doctrine of our German mystic can hardly be separated.  These three legacies seem to form one underlying tradition, one grand perennial doctrine, which as you say springs from Christ Himself.  What Boehme has done is to expound that doctrine more openly, and in overtly Christian terms.  Perhaps, thanks to him, the Catholic Church will one day make Kabbalah its own!*  And I wonder whether perhaps it will be on the basis of this assimilated Kabbalah that the Church will eventually resolve the enigma of the “separated religions,” and in doing so will realize her own authentic and ultimate Catholicity.
Permit me to share with you a few quotations which you may enjoy.  The first comes from a book by Gershom Scholem [Zur Kabbala und ihrer Symbolik]  After pointing out that the Hebrew words ‘or (light) ras (mystery) have the same numerical value 207, he goes on to say: 
“Thus the luster of the divine light that shines in the Toyrah is mirrored in the mysteries of this book.  But since these mysteries appear under the guise of the literal sense, their light is darkened.  The literal sense of the Toyrah is darkness, but the kabbalistic sense, the mystery, is the ‘Zohar,’ which shines through every line of the text.”  
Is this not marvelous?  Here too, it seems, one can say: “The light shineth in the darkness... 
Next, let me give a quotation from the Zohar (Book I): 
“The primal center is the innermost light, of a translucence, subtleness, and purity beyond comprehension.  That inner point extended becomes a ‘palace’ which serves as an enclosure if the center, and is also of a radiance translucent to an incomprehensible degree.  The ‘palace’ extends into a vestment for itself, the primal light.  From thence outward, there is an extension upon extension, each constituting a vestment to the one before, as a membrane to the brain.  Though membrane first, each extension becomes brain to the next extension.”  
I am particularly struck by the phrase: “from thence outward.”  It seems to me to betoken the point of inversion: the point where “intensive” extension becomes extensive, that is to say, quantitative. 
One more quotation, if I may (this to comes from Book I of the Zohar): 
“Rabbi Isaac [Luria] said: At the Creation, God irradiated the world from end to end with the light, but then it was withdrawn, so as to deprive the sinners of the world of its enjoyment, and it is stored away fro the righteous, as it stands written: ‘Light is sown for the righteous’ (Ps. 97:11); then will the world be in harmony and all will be united into one; but until the future world is set up, this light is put away and hidden.   This light emerged from the darkness which was hewed out by the strokes of the Most Secret; and likewise, from the light which was hidden away, through some secret path, there was hewed out of the darkness of the lower world in which inheres the light.  This lower darkness is called ‘night’ in the verse, ‘and the darkness He called night’ (Gen. 1:5).”  
Now, is this not in essence the “triple cosmology” of Jacob Boehme?

*Actually that recognition occurred long ago when Cardinal Egidio di Viterbo (1465-1532), a so-called Christian Kabbalist, referred to the Kabbalah as not “not foreign, but domestic.” See “The Wisdom of the Christian Kabbalah” in Christian Gnosis.

excerpt from the 15 December 1998 letter of Wolfgang Smith to Malachi Martin, In Quest of Catholicity: Malachi Martin Responds to Wolfgang Smith, (2016), pp. 76-8.

Malachi’s response letter...

God, the Light, surely acted through [Jacob] Boehme, Rabbi Isaac [Luria], and [Shlomo Ben Yehuda] Ibn Gebirol and others.  You now have a great opportunity to explain the unity of the mystical knowledge of the divine as distinct from the rational.  I do believe John of the Cross with his doctrine of Light and Darkness belongs in this explication. 
The Kabbalah connection is obvious.  Interestingly, the root-word in Semitic, QBL, has the same basic signification as the Greek which John the Evangelist uses in regard to man’s incapacity/non-reception/rejection of the LIGHT.  The Gematric value of ‘OR and RAS was important to the Rabbis.  But the best among them used Gematric values, not as normative of meaning, but as confirmative. 
In a previous letter I mentioned certain caveats and precautions in expounding this magnificent theme to a Roman Catholic audience.   After the New Year’s beginning, let me drop you a few lines about this matter. 

excerpt from the December 1998 letter of Malachi Martin to Wolfgang Smith, In Quest of Catholicity: Malachi Martin Responds to Wolfgang Smith, (2016), p. 79.

Here we have the supposed traditional Catholic Malachi Martin writing that God acted through:  the Lutheran-Kabbalist, Jakob Böhme;  Rabbi Isaac Luria, another Kabbalist who taught that the Messiah will come only after Israel corrects God’s mistakes throughout the world;  and Solomon ibn Gabirol (Avicebron), a Spanish poet and Kabbalist, who created a female golem!  Martin next has the nerve to lump Saint John of the Cross with these kabbalists when the reality is that Saint John of the Cross was a Judaic convert who left behind the Talmudic mentality when he embraced Jesus the Christ as his Savior.

Martin then goes on to extol rabbis for using Gematria in its normative and confirmative senses.  Gematria for those who do not know is a Kabbalistic method of interpreting the Hebrew scriptures by computing the numerical value of words, based on those of their constituent letters.  It’s insanity!

Finally, Malachi Martin advises Wolfgang Smith to use caution in expounding this “magnificent theme” to Roman Catholic audiences.  Telling him, he will offer some helpful tips on this matter after the New Year.

What more proof does one need to understand that Martin like Francis is a traditionalist, a rabbinic traditionalist.

What else was this kabbalist up to around this time?

He was hanging out with occultic sedevacantists.

From left to right: Bishop Urbina Aznar, Bishop Malachi Martin, 
Fr. Rama Coomaraswamy, and Bishop José Ramon Lopez-Gaston.

What’s going on here?

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Fr. Thomas ‘three Martinis a day’ Rosica tells critics they need to “go to confession”

Modernists put their pride on display!

To a modernist there’s absolutely nothing to condemn about Francis disregarding Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, the two sources of Divine Revelation.  Modernists see themselves as gods as they go about correcting the mistakes of God and perfecting the world.

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Fr. Thomas ‘three Martinis a day’ Rosica writes that Francis is a dictator with no regard for Holy Scripture or for Catholic Tradition which are both “disordered attachments”.

“Pope Francis breaks Catholic traditions whenever he wants because he is “free from disordered attachments.” Our Church has indeed entered a new phase: with the advent of this first Jesuit pope, it is openly ruled by an individual rather than by the authority of Scripture alone or even its own dictates of tradition plus Scripture.”  
— Fr. Thomas Rosica, (English language media attaché of the Holy See Press Office & CEO of Salt and Light)

Two peas in a pod. To get an idea of how pro-rabbinic, pro-homosexual, modernist, and anti-Catholic Rosica is (click here).

“The whole concept of setting up committees, consulting widely, convening smart people around you is how Jesuit superiors usually function. Then they make the decision. This sort of discernment – listening to all and contemplating everything before acting – is a cardinal virtue of the Ignatian spirituality that is at the core of Francis' being and his commitment to a "conversion" of the papacy as well as the entire church. It’s hard to predict what will come next. Francis is shrewd, and he has repeatedly praised the Jesuit trait of "holy cunning" – that Christians should be "wise as serpents but innocent as doves," as Jesus put it. The pope's openness, however, also a signature of his Jesuit training and development, means that not even he is sure where the spirit will lead. He has said: "I don't have all the answers. I don't even have all the questions. I always think of new questions, and there are always new questions coming forward."”
— Fr. Thomas Rosica, (English language media attaché of the Holy See Press Office & CEO of Salt and Light)

Thursday, August 2, 2018

the new evangelization — the Germans invade Rome!

Watch the youth of Germany go on a sacrilegious pilgrimage.  The reader is forewarned, this video has it all:  immodest dress, female altar boys, rock 'n roll music, neon lights, hats in church, flag waving, clapping, etc... It’s one giant Novus Ordo mess as San Giovanni in Laterano is desecrated.

(The mayhem starts at 19 minutes & 39 seconds.)