Sunday, August 22, 2021

Another Epic Fail in Taylor Marshall’s ‘Infiltration’


Marshall writes that Pope Saint Pius X was Polish!

Infiltration - Chapter Six

 

Yes, he really wrote that.

It’s not something so important that it invalidates, Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within, but it demonstrates once again, the sloppiness and the lack of research in Marshall’s own words of, “The greatest literary accomplishment of my life”.

So where does this tall tale originate from? None other than the flim-flam philanderer, Malachi Martin. It comes from his book, The Keys of This Blood: The Struggle for World Domination Between Pope John Paul II, Mikhail Gorbachev & The Capitalist West, published in 1990.  On pages 535 & 536 one reads this lie along with a slew of others. 

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p. 535, The Keys of This Blood

p. 536, The Keys of This Blood
 

This should come as no surprise as Martin was known for his gift of blarney and tailored his lies to his audience claiming: John XXIII wrote the Christians’ blood-libel & Jews are God prayer; Roman soldiers sodomized Our Lord before crucifying Him; God acts through Kabbalists; that he served as John XXIII’s emissary to Mao Tse-Tung; that a “superforce” surrounded John Paul II and tied his hands; that he was the confessor for John XXIII; God could have incardinated as a cow; Gematria is good when used properly by the rabbis; that two of the Catholic Church’s deficiencies are lack of women and a theology of love; that he was consecrated by Pius XII as a secret bishop; that an integral part of Catholicism is antisemitism; etc... Martin was a master at sowing confusion and misdirection with his juicy tales.

This legend was popularized and spread around the world so much by Martin’s readers, that in 2013 a meeting took place in Opole, Poland on the occasion of the 110th anniversary of Sarto's election as pope and the centenary of his death, which “wanted to prove that there were two popes of Polish origin in history”. This meeting concluded however, “without a shadow of a doubt... Pius X's family came from Italy” and  “the hypotheses about Pius X’s Silesian origin should finally be rejected.”

The Pontifical Committee of Historical Sciences in 2016 issued a book, Genealogia dei desideri. Pio X nella memoria del popolo dell'alta Slesia / Genealogia pragnień. Pius X w pamięci ludności Górnego Śląska, on this subject. The English title would be, A Genealogy of wishes/desires. Pius X in memory of the people of Upper Silesia.

Genealogia dei desideri. Pio X nella memoria del popolo dell'alta Slesia

 

Returning to Taylor Marshall and his copy-and-paste book, Infiltration, imagine if he had used a search engine and asked a simple question. He would have come up with something like the following:

 

Or he would have found this excellent website on Pope St. Pius X which contains the genealogy of the Sarto family all the way back to the 15th century and his parents’ marriage certificate, both of which show what Malachi Martin and Taylor Marshall wrote to be false.


Genealogy of the Sarto Family going back to the 15th century.

Marriage certificate of Pope Saint Pius X’s parents.


Considering his history, the fact that anyone listens to, reads, or donates money to Taylor Marshall is sad. Their time would be better spent reading the writings of saints, praying the Rosary, or attending Holy Mass.
 
 

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

What could be so important that Francis interrupted his weekly adulation session?

 






It was Abp. Edgar Robinson Peña Parra, Substitute for the Secretariat of State, who was involved in the recent scandal of mismanagement during the acquisition of a € 300 million building in London. Still no word on what the phone call was about. Interesting that Francis uses an Apple iPhone.



Sunday, August 1, 2021

Vatican issues stamp commemorating the ‘613 Talmudic commandments’ under the guise of honoring interreligious dialogue

 
The above stamp is of Francis giving a Yemeni Sifra to Rabbi Riccardo Di Segni at the Great Synagogue of Rome as a gift and was issued on 22 February 2021. The stamp was issued as one of four in the Interfaith Dialogue Efforts of Pope France series and is to celebrate the 9th year of Francis pontificate.

 

Francis’ halakhic gift




The gift Francis gave the rabbis at the synagogue was reported by L’Osservatore Romano as “a 14th century commentary on the book of Leviticus”,  and by Catholic Philly as being “a codex containing five pages of Jewish biblical commentary”.  Both of these are incorrect but L’Osservatore Romano correctly states that Francis presented the rabbis with Codex Vaticano Ebraico 700.  This name can also be read in photos where it is printed Vat. Ebr. 700 on a sheet of paper.  One can go to the Digital Vatican Library and search many items that have been scanned from the Vatican’s library.  There one finds Vat. Ebr. 700 listed in the archived manuscripts where it states that it is from the 12th to 13th century and that Vat. Ebr. 700 is a Sifra. (Elsewhere we discovered that it is of Yemeni origin.) So what is a Sifra?  It is to put it simply a Halakhic Midrash.  So what does that mean?  Wikipedia states, “Midrash halakha (Hebrew: הֲלָכָה‎) was the ancient Judaic rabbinic method of Torah [i.e. Talmud] study that expounded upon the traditionally received 613 Mitzvot (commandments) by identifying their sources in the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible), and by interpreting these passages as proofs of the laws' authenticity.”  In other words, the Sifra is a “a hermeneutic of camouflage,” aimed at presenting oral traditions [Talmudic] as though they were Scripture-based injunctions.  Why would the rabbis be so excited to receive Codex Vaticano Ebraico 700?  The reason is that the 613 mitzvot or laws which Talmudic Jews are required to follow were codified and enumerated by Maimonides and this very rare manuscript on the 613 mitzvot was written within Maimonides’ lifetime.  It’s all together another question as to why the Vatican is in possession of this manuscript.


 A page of the Codex Vaticano Ebraico 700.


Talmudic math which proves that the 613 mitzvot are of Biblical origin just
like the 10 Commandments, taken from cover of a book on the 613 mitzvot.


Excerpted from: The symbolism of the gifts Francis received and gave while at the Great Synagogue of Rome or Francis’ occult day at the synagogue (6 June 2017).

 

Monday, July 26, 2021

Q: Guess who is happy about ‘Traditionis Custodes’?

A: None other than the merchant of bigotry, name-calling, and Christ-denial himself.


source: twitter@FoxmanAbraham, 19 July 2021

Charles A. Coulombe & Satanic holidays

Haunted Places in America: A Guide to Spooked and Spooky Public Places in the United States (2004) - Charles A. Coulombe


Considering that Charles Coulombe: practices tarot card divinization at a theosophical lodge; attends Halloween parties sponsored by the Gnostic Society; likes The Gnostic Society of Los Angeles on social media; enjoys occult movies; channels the Amazing Criswell who he is also obsessed with; rubs shoulders with gnostics socially and gives them lectures on everything but Catholicism; all the while he is a Feeneyite religious brother who has a gnostic bishop serve on the board of the nonprofit corporation he co-founded for his religious order, we should look at Coulombe’s every move with suspicion. 

Charles Coulombe wrote a book, Haunted Places in America: A Guide to Spooked and Spooky Public Places in the United States. There are several peculiar items in it such as: the first quote in the book is from a Catholic occultist and the second from an Anglican priest; Coulombe feels “privileged” to go on a “ghost hunt” with psychics and parapsychologists where he uses “divining rods” and to boot he brings along his nephew — Guy; that those who go to haunted places and come away encountering something strange are one of the “lucky” ones; and Coulombe believes that hauntings are caused by souls, demons, or another race of beings. What really sticks out is the dates on which Coulombe wrote the Introduction and the Afterword and how he chose to write them.

 

Introduction

 

Afterword


In The Satanic Bible by Anton Szandor LaVey (born Howard Stanton Levey) in the section Religious Holidays writes, “After one’s own birthday, the two major Satanic holidays are Walpurgisnacht and Halloween (or All Hallows’ Eve).”

 

Considering that the Introduction and the Afterword are dated on two of the three major Satanic holidays and the only photo Charles Coulombe has posted of himself celebrating his birthday just happens to be at the [Annie] Besant Lodge, plus his history with the occult and gnostics, we have to conclude that something isn’t right with Coulombe spiritually or morally.  How much longer can Coulombe use excuses such as: it was only a coincidence; I was taken out of context; they are haters; or equivocate it away before Catholics wake up?

 

Birthday in the Lodge


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(pp. 96-98) The Satanic Bible by Anton Szandor LaVey