Thursday, February 23, 2017

Is James Martin trying to tell us something about himself?


The term #trans which James Martin refers to in his tweets is a mentally sick person who is born one sex but self-identifies as wanting to be the other sex.  













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The Holy Bible


“A woman shall not be clothed with man' s apparel, neither shall a man use woman' s apparel: for he that doeth these things is abominable before God.”




“Know you not that the unjust shall not possess the kingdom of God? Do not err: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor the effeminate, nor liers with mankind, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor railers, nor extortioners, shall possess the kingdom of God.”




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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Pope St. Pius X walking in the Vatican Gardens — 1912


Francis turns St. Peter’s Square into a circus


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Another one from the you can’t make this stuff up file.  The day (Feast of the Chair of St. Peter) that the Secretariat of State of the Holy See released a Communiqué reading: 

The Secretariat of State includes among its responsibilities the protection of the image of the Holy Father, so that his message may reach the faithful intact, and so that his person is not exploited.
For the same reasons, the Secretariat of State safeguards all symbols and official coats of arms of the Holy See via the appropriate regulatory instruments at international level.
To render this protection increasingly effective for the aforementioned purposes and to stop any illegal situations that may arise, the Secretariat of State carries out systematic surveillance activities to monitor the ways in which the image of the Holy Father and the coats of arms of the Holy See are used, taking appropriate action where necessary.

Francis had a circus company perform at his general audience.  So what message was Francis sending as he sat on his dais and watched a group of immodestly dressed circus performers?  Where was the Secretariat of State?  Where are they, for that matter, the countless times when Francis denigrates his office?


It was a literal and metaphorical circus with Francis today!



Not only did the Rony Roller Circus perform for Francis, he liked them so much he had them come up to his dais, shook each of their hands, and had a word or two with them.  If that’s not an endorsement then what is?




Thankfully, Francis had his usual sparse winter attendance at today’s general audience.




If the Secretariat of State were serious about safeguarding the symbols and image of Francis, they could begin with gagging his mouth and throwing Francis into a cloistered monastery.


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A Genealogy of Love Power...


Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (middle) with Agnolo Poliziano (right) and Marsilio Ficino (left). The fresco is by Cosimo Rosselli in the Chiesa di S.Ambrogio of Firenze, Italia (part.) 1484 - 86.


An interesting piece by RCGentlemanScholar (published - 19 February 2017) on the transmission of the idea that the world could be transformed if we would only drop rigidity and rules from the Faith and instead ‘love’ other each in a non-judgmental way.  Beginning with Marsilio Ficino and ending with Francis, the RCGentlemanScholar shows this idea creeping up with more and more frequency.  Call Me Jorge... wonders if Marsilio Ficino was taught the power of ‘love’ by his teacher, the homosexual Judaic ‘convert’ Flavius Mithridates, who translated many Kabbalistic works into Latin?  Another investigation concerning where Francis and his Vatican lackeys get their Christ-less ideas from, such as this recent tweet below.





A Genealogy of Love Power: Marsilio Ficino, Jacques Maritain, and Gandhi with Special Guests: Tears for Fears and the God of Surprises


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Dear Reader,
Do you believe in the power of love? Me neither. But once upon a time I did. I believed that humans could bring out a radical transformation of world society through the changing of the emotional state of grouchy reactionaries. If we moved from a hard hearted pharisaical and cruel society to a kinder, gentler, one the world would be a better place. We could shed our hang-ups about sexuality, religion, ethnicity, and even table manners, and be a happier freer people. This idea of returning to a Golden Age in which we were free from restraint is as old as Hesiod and is a recurring notion throughout Western history. Since the Renaissance or early modern period, humans have attempted to bring about this radical transformation, and one of the methods has been the idea of “love power” or the notion that if people just became nicer and gentler the world will be a better freer place. This method has even entered the Church through Pope Francis’s “revolution of tenderness” and is found not only in the sewers of 20thcentury modernism and trashy pop culture, but also in the occult.
It should be no surprise that such ideas can be found in the notorious pseudo-Thomist, Jacques Maritain, who was even “outed” as a leftist in recent EWTN documentary on Maritain’s good friend Saul Alinksy. In his poisonous blueprint for Catholic liberalism Man and the State (1951), Maritain, the former adept of the vitalist philosopher Henri Begson, refers to a “vital energy” of the people (65).  Maritain writes that Christians would do well to draw from the wisdom of Hinduism, writing that there is an “order of means “of which our Western civilization is hardly aware, and which offers the human mind an infinite field of discovery—the spiritual means systematically applied to the temporal realm, a striking example of which has been Gandhi’s Satyagraha” (68). Thus one of the manifestations of this vital power for animating post World War II society will be a Hindu love magic. Christians in their process of transforming the world into the new political system that Maritain is peddling should employ Hindu spirituality as a “means of spiritual warfare.” As Maritain himself points out, “…Satyagraha means ‘the power of Truth.’ Gandhi has constantly affirmed the value of the ‘Power of Love,’ or the ‘Power of the Soul,’ or the ‘Power of Truth’ as an instrument or means of political and social action” (68). Thus we have an idea of love power, which instead of Catholic militancy and martyrdom, should be utilized in the war against the reactionary regimes that blight the earth.
Maritain does admit that “…Gandhi’s theory and technique should be related to and clarified by the Thomistic notion that the principal act of the virtue of fortitude is not the act of attacking, but that of enduring, bearing, suffering with constancy (68). This is a very ambiguous and misleading statement, and is not the only time that Maritain attempts to baptize incompatible ideas as being Thomistic. Maritain even goes so far as to say that Satyagraha can be used to aid Christians in their “struggle…to transform civilization making it actually Christian, actually inspired by the Gospel” (70). This is a radically variant idea from traditional Christianity. The idea of love power did not build Christendom: Christian fortitude and a zeal for souls did—not to mention this idea of “love power” is a pagan not Christian idea. Maritain’s notions of Christian politics as a subdued and gentle kindness contributed to the climate that produce Vatican II’s awful Dignitatis humanae and has crippled Catholic political thought for almost a century now. This effeminate idea of passive resistance has led to the erosion of Catholic influence in world politics and the destruction of any idea of the Catholic state. It is a thoroughly diabolical idea—even the pagans say so.
This idea of using love power to transform the world has an old pedigree. The idea of the transformation of the world into a new Golden Age is at least as old as the Roman poet Virgil who wrote of it in his Eclogues. It is also present in the tradition of Neoplatonic occultism.
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In his work On Love, Renaissance Neoplatonist Marsilio Ficino writes, “the whole power of magic consists in love.” Ficino’s love magic involves a transformation of the world through science and philosophy and love to create a new, better world.  In this tradition, love is integrally tied to the magician’s craft of reforming the world and bringing about a new Golden Age. It is not surprising that such ideas would be found in Hinduism, but the same ideas were part and parcel of Maritain’s blueprint not only in Man and the State but in Integral Humanism, The Person and the Common Good, and other writings in which Maritain attempted to craft a new political Pentecost in the ruins of World War II that would transform the world.
Well, dear reader, where does 80s pop group Tears for Fears fit in this alchemical stew of lies, heresy, and Satanism? I would like to direct your attention to the band’s 1989’s “Sowing the Seeds of Love.” The video has been analyzed several times, but I want to take a quick look at it again, for it provides us with a visual of how pervasive this ideology of love power is. The video begins with a rocky man with his eyes closed–an obvious symbol of a hard stoic or serious Christian whose heart has not been warmed by the love power of Ficino, Maritain, and Gandhi. The man’s eyes open and a door to his head also opens. On the doors of the man’s head are the alchemical symbols of a sun and moon. As viewers, we enter into the mind of the man that is now a bright sky with Tears for Fears singing about love. The video is loaded with occult symbolism tied to the idea of world transformation through magic. We an eye of Horus on top of a pyramid, a clear reference to the return of Saturn and the creation of a new Saturnalial age of love and freedom. There are levitating bodies in some sort of trance—the body of Roland Orzabal floats near his girlfriend’s in a clear reference to sex. There is also a peacock and sea shell—clear homages to the mother goddess Juno and the goddess of love Venus who road on a sea shell. We also see the Egyptian Ankh, the symbol of life as well as the symbol of world transformation in addition to Buddhas, but, sadly, there is no Gandhi. The lyrics of the song also are loaded with a clear attacks on Christianity and the idea of a transcendent God. Roland Orzabal ridicules the idea that those who are hungry “Look to the sky for some kind of divine intervention.” He laments that the people are without a “love and a promised land.” Orzabal and Curt Smith also urge the viewer’s to read about it in a book that appears containing the alchemical sun and some jumbled modernist paintings. The video ends with Orzabal planting a seed, which grows into a giant sunflower that is imposed over the entire world. Thus the alchemical transformation from a hard hearted and serious world.


It is perhaps not strange that the same occult ideas can be found in Ancient Greek and Roman poetry and in 80s pop. What is strange but not so strange is that these same ideas are contained in the writings of one of the most influential Catholic philosophers of the 20th century, Jacques Maritain, an architect of the United Nations declaration of Human Rights. The height of weirdness is that these ideas are now the MO of our current pontiff, Pope Francis, who spends his days sowing the seeds of love power.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Monday, February 20, 2017

occult photo of the day


Bp. Bernard Fellay on the cover of Vida Nueva (New Life)


The Vida Nueva magazine is a partnership between priests and lay people which has been given pontifical backing. The magazine’s motto was drafted by its second editor, José Luis Martín Descalzo, “[We] were conciliar and traditional before the Council and afterwards we were traditional and conciliar. We need to renew the Church, but this renewal can only come by a true return to its evangelical roots.” Is it happenstance that an occult photo ended up on the cover of the magazine or are Vida Nueva’s editors freemasons? Either way, it is a ‘new life’ for Bp. Fellay.




Click here and scroll down to (The Vida Nueva 3.022 interviews, 4-10/2/2017 published 2 February 2017) in order to read the two interviews with Msgr. Pozzo and Bp. Fellay.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Selfie Sunday #15 — What’s a Sunday without selfies?

The small sacrifices Francis makes for his revolution.

Get ready!


Do you know who wrote the faux L'Osservatore Romano?

‘No smile unless you give me a hint.’

‘Thanks for ratting your friends out!’

 No ‘pickle face’ for this one!

 Francis might be grimacing on the outside but is smiling on the inside.

‘Did you get that?’

The sacrifices Francis makes!

‘I look sooo humble!!!’

Finally, the smile comes out!

If Francis smiles and there isn’t a mobile to capture it, did it happen?


The papers will love this one!

‘Sorry, have to return to Casa Santa Marta to finish
some florentines Mrs. Mirvis made for me!’

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