During his papacy, a Frenchman named Vicomte de Poncins may have put two and two together as to who the real players in the game of words were, and in so doing exposed a Masonic cabal.
There is at present in Catholic circles a cbhonstant, subtle and determined campaign in favor of Freemasonry. It is directed by the progressive element which is currently enjoying a great influence in French and American Church circles and beginning to show its hand in England too.… This element consists of a number of priests, including a Jesuit, Editors of Catholic newspapers and several writers of note.[i]
It’s likely no coincidence that the next pope, John Paul I, was allegedly murdered only thirty-three days after taking office (33 is an occult Masonic marker) just prior to exposing a conspiracy led by cardinals, bishops, and high-ranking prelates that were also Freemasons.[ii] Likely, it was the same group Malachi Martin labeled “Lucifer’s Lodge”[iii] or the “Superforce.”[iv] Shortly after his election, John Paul I ordered an investigation of the Vatican’s banking practices. As a result, Cardinal Egidio Vagnozzi warned the pope about the cabal. David Yallop revealed:
The information that Vagnozzi had obtained over decades insured that a highly detailed dossier was soon in the Pope’s hands. Immediately after the discovery of the pope’s body the Vagnozzi report along with the papers covering the various changes were removed by Cardinal Villot, whose deputy Caprio was most certainly aware of the contents of the report. An indication of just how explosive the contents were can be gauged by the fact that Roberto Calvi subsequently became aware of the Vagnozzi report and its contents and after being offered a copy by a Vatican contact for three million dollars haggled the price down to one point two million dollars then kept the copy close to himself for the rest of his life.[v]
The pope’s replacement, John Paul II, was, by all appearance, an avowed enemy of the Soviet Union, but still leaned hard left in his politics. John Paul II wrote, “It is necessary to state once more the characteristic principle of Christian social doctrine: the goods of this world are originally meant for all humanity” (emphasis added).[vi] Allowing the pope’s statement to be true, for the sake of argument, it begs the question of how to equitably divvy up the goods and a discussion about who gets to decide. John Paul II answered that humanity “needs a greater degree of international ordering, at the service of the societies, economies and cultures of the whole world.”[vii] In other words, he was a globalist. In all fairness, John Paul II had a reputation of opposing the Soviet Union and objected to the Latin American Jesuit endorsement of Marxist ideas, their support for revolutionary movements, and their criticism of traditional Church institutions. Malachi Martin idolized him as a determined enemy of communism, but, as we have shown, globalist Marxist ideas ran deep in post-parallel-enthronement Catholicism, and his papacy was no exception.
Pope Benedict XVI openly advocated world government as well. On the day before his meeting with US President Obama and the G-8 summit in Italy, Pope Benedict promulgated the encyclical titled Caritas in Veritate, or “Charity in Truth,” from which we exposed his call for a “world political authority” with “real teeth” in our book, Petrus Romanus.[viii] Next, in Exo-Vaticana, we uncovered Benedict XVI’s status as “a Chardinian mystic of the highest order”[ix] and documented how he interpreted the “doctrine of the Second Coming of Christ to advance Chardin’s ‘Omega Point,’ in which a ‘new kind’ of God, man, and mind will emerge.”[x] We have now covered every pope from the enthronement of Lucifer in 1963 to where we stand today, and all, without exception, have advocated Marxist views akin to liberation theology. This is important, because we believe feigned socialism will be behind the False Prophet’s role in implementing a global financial control mechanism (Revelation 13:16).
Others in the Roman Catholic Church (like former Jesuit Malachi Martin) exposed liberation theology and Marxism. For instance, Martin railed against the Latin American Jesuit Lupe Carney, who wrote that the new socialism would be “a brotherhood and sisterhood of all humanity,”[xi] as being “drunk on the ignorance-laden idealism of Liberation Theology.”[xii] Carney taught that Christianity and Marxism were ideologically identical and Roman Catholics ought to “get rid of any unfair and un-Christian prejudices you have against armed revolution, socialism, Marxism, and communism.… There is no third way between being a Christian and being a revolutionary.”[xiii] In spite of his prescient warnings, all of Martin’s worst fears have come about in the first Jesuit Pope. In addition, journalist Cliff Kincaid wondered why “the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church, considered by Catholics the personal representative of Jesus Christ, has become an advocate for one of the most corrupt organizations on the face of the earth—the United Nations.”[xiv] A very intriguing question that the series you are reading intends to answer.
A recent book about the Vatican outlines how very real, physical underground tunnels in Italy were used to help many Nazi’s escape post-war justice by relocating them to Latin American countries like Argentina and Venezuela (incidentally liberation theology strongholds). Writing anonymously under an apparent pen name “Maury,” the author connects the Jesuits not only to communism but also pre-Nazi Labor Zionism, the socialist left-wing of the Zionist movement in pre-Holocaust Germany. Maury contends:
The Jesuits pushed the idea of communism based on their experience with the communes in South America. They joined with the apostate Jews Karl Marx and Frederick Engels to further this goal, which later gave rise to Bolshevism in Eastern Europe. By 1933 only Labour Zionism was allowed to represent the Jews in Germany. German Jews were first indoctrinated into Bolshevism in Labour Zionist camps and then transferred to Palestine, to work on a kibbutz (commune), with British approval. The Jesuit inspired communism was atheistic (which reduced the influence of the Orthodox Church in Eastern Europe and of Judaism.) The only explanation of why the fascist Germany would support and work with communist Labour Zionism was because it was a Jesuit idea, and they had plans for the Jews.[xv]
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Similar to the quest by Marx, Engels, and the Jesuits of the 1930s, the current pope’s encyclical on “climate change,” Sulla Cura Della Casa Comune, not only advocates dubious “climate change” science, it contains an astonishingly blatant demand for world government and calls for lifestyle changes and energy conservation to avert the “unprecedented destruction of the ecosystem” before the end of this century. But more importantly, the pope calls for a world authority to manage the global economy, disarmament, peacekeeping, and poverty, as well as enforcing various carbon emission standards to protect the environment. Asking for people to have an “open heart” as they read his encyclical dedicated to the environment, Pope Francis concluded:
To manage the global economy; to revive economies hit by the crisis; to avoid any deterioration of the present crisis and the greater imbalances that would result; to bring about integral and timely disarmament, food security and peace; to guarantee the protection of the environment and to regulate migration: for all this, there is urgent need of a true world political authority, as my predecessor Blessed John XXIII indicated some years ago, (emphasis added).[xvi]
Similar to Marx, the pope unambiguously calls for a supranational “global authority” to move the world toward Utopia. It sounds eerily like The Communist Manifesto. Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I, the author of several environmentalist books, quickly expressed his approval.[xvii] Advocating a “world economic authority” is certainly a significant step in the direction that will “require everyone, who wishes to buy and sell, to be marked on the right hand or the forehead” (Revelation 13:16–17). The “mark of the beast” seems like a perfectly logical development and, in fact, necessary technology for tracking income, to realize the redistribution of wealth the pope is openly advocating.
Our last major confirmation is that Pope Francis is laying the groundwork for a one-world religion by merging pluralist/inclusivist branches of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. Allowing Islamic prayer to be conducted within the Vatican and labeling PLO terrorist Mahmoud Abbas as an “angel of peace” were mentioned previously. A Muslim journalist, Khwaja Khusro Tariq, reminded us how Pope Francis has consistently recognized Islam’s holy days, “On Maundy Thursday (the day before Good Friday) in 2013 he kissed the feet of a Muslim female prisoner during a pre-Easter ritual that symbolizes the Pope’s willingness to serve God through humanity. On Maundy Thursday in 2014 he kissed the feet of a disabled Muslim man.”[xviii] In 2016, the pope offered an especially emotional message during the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
The “stoning of the devil” is part of the annual Islamic Hajj pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The stoning is one of a series of ritualized acts that must be performed in the pilgrimage. Unfortunately, in 2015, more than 1,470 people were killed[xix] and nearly 900 others were injured during the stoning ritual.[xx] In 2006, a similar stampede killed at least 363 people. During a speech at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, the Roman Catholic pontiff offered prayers in response to the deadly stampede in the Mina valley, outside the Islamic holy city of Mecca.
I would like to express two sentiments for my Muslim brothers and sisters: Firstly, my greetings as they celebrate the feast of sacrifice. I would have wished my greeting to be warmer. My sentiments of closeness, my sentiments of closeness in the face of tragedy. The tragedy that they suffered in Mecca. In this moment, I give assurances of my prayers. I unite myself with you all. A prayer to almighty god, all merciful.[xxi]
An enthusiastic Muslim seemed swayed by the “Francis effect,” almost gushing, “It is hard to imagine more heartfelt and clear messages that under his Papacy the Church also extends its benediction to those of faiths other than Catholicism, including Islam.”[xxii] So, apparently, some Muslims understand the Church extends its benediction to Islam. This merging of religions is what we identified as an important part of the Antichrist’s agenda.
While logically incoherent, Pope Francis’ Muslim position isn’t that radical in a post-Vatican II, luciferian-parallel-enthronement world. The Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraph 841, reads,
The Church’s relationship with the Muslims. “The plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator, in the first place amongst whom are the Muslims; these profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind’s judge on the last day.”[xxiii]
Because of the Qur’anic revisionism concerning Jesus, Muslims deny that Jesus was even crucified, so they, necessarily, are forced into a position that cannot allow them to believe He died for their sins, nor was He resurrected. In effect, the Qur’an seeks to vaccinate them against the gospel.
And their saying: Surely we have killed the Messiah, Isa son of Marium, the messenger of Allah; and they did not kill him nor did they crucify him, but it appeared to them so (like Isa) and most surely those who differ therein are only in a doubt about it; they have no knowledge respecting it, but only follow a conjecture, and they killed him not for sure. Nay! Allah took him up to Himself; and Allah is Mighty, Wise (Surah 4:157–158, emphasis added).[xxiv]
That is a Muslim claim in which one must invoke the law of the excluded middle. In philosophy, it entails the idea that a truth claim is binary, true or false, and that it must be one or the other, with no third way. It’s an “either / or” situation; it is not logically coherent to assert “both/and.” According to the New Testament, belief in Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection are not optional for salvation (1 Corinthians 15:3–8). An accomplished apologist who formally debates the best Muslim scholars, James White, explains why these are non-negotiables:
For Christians, the deity of Jesus, the eternal relationship of the Father and the Son, and the personality and deity of the Spirit are not side issues that can be relegated to the realm of “excesses.” These define the object of our worship; they define our relationship to God.[xxv]
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After defining the gospel, the apostle Paul also appealed to the excluded middle, “And if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins” (1 Corinthians 15:17). If Paul is right, then the Catholic Catechism is wrong and we must logically conclude that Muslims will die in their sins.
Pope Francis has been credited with ending the Great Schism of 1054 that created the Eastern Orthodox Church. CNN reported, “Francis and Patriarch Bartholomew I—the spiritual leader of some 300 million Orthodox Christians worldwide—signed a declaration on Sunday committing to unity between the two churches.”[xxvi] Now, if he could just convince those pesky Muslims to co-exist. At the beginning of his papacy in 2013, Pope Francis was already implying that the Muslim and Jewish spiritual teachings are just two paths to the same God that Roman Catholics also worship—an absurdity in light of blatant contradiction between them.[xxvii] While it seems polite, such ecumenism is irrational because one religion (Christianity) contradicts the other two (Judaism, Islam) concerning the divinity of Jesus, who is revealed as the God-Man in the New Testament (Romans 9:5, John 8:58; 10:30). They also disagree concerning the resurrection, and “if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins” (1 Corinthians 15:17).
Nevertheless, ecumenical naiveté—oneism disguised in Christian terminology—rules the standing pontiff’s epistemology (theory of knowledge). He seems oblivious to the blatant contradiction between his claimed authority of apostolic succession, which has always derived from the famous praise by Jesus “that thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church;” (Matthew 16:18) and the Qur’anic contention “the Christians say: The Messiah is the son of Allah.… How perverse are they!”(Surah 9:30).[xxviii] Recall that Jesus was responding to Peter’s confession: “Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16, emphasis added) and ask yourself if the pope can really be that oblivious to the contradiction? It seems doubtful.
More likely, this is another Hegelian dialectic, employed by “long game” globalists and immortals, aimed at synthesizing a one-world religion. We offer it as an alternative, because he is not that stupid. Even a first-year undergraduate philosophy student can see that the pope’s actual position amounts to both Islam and Roman Catholicism being flawed revelations. It’s not logically possible, in this or any other world, that both religions are correct concerning Jesus’ status as the “Son of God” (Matthew 26:63–64, Mark 3:11, Luke 1:35, John 3:18). It is an “either-or” situation entailing that both Jesus and Muhammad can be wrong, or one can be right and the other wrong, but in no circumstance can they co-exist as both being correct. Again, we invoked the “law of the excluded middle”—and yes, people do read about it in Introduction to Philosophy 101 undergraduate courses.[xxix] That’s why we think the pope must have another agenda.
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[i]Vicomte de Poncins, Freemasonry and the Vatican: A Struggle for Recognition, translated from French by Timothy Tindal-Robertson (London: Britons Publishing Co. 1968), 2.
[ii] John Daniel, Scarlet and the Beast, Vol. 1, 3rd ed. (Longview, TX: Day Publishing, 2007), 938. Also see David A. Yallop, In God’s Name (New York: Constable & Robinson, 2012).
[iii]Kennedy, Lucifer’s Lodge, 178–179.
[iv] Martin, Keys of This Blood, 632.
[v] David A. Yallop, In God’s Name (New York: Constable & Robinson, 2012). clviii.
[vi] Pope John Paul II, Sollicitudo Rei Socialis Point 42, Libreria Editrice Vaticana, http://w2.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_30121987_sollicitudo-rei-socialis.htm accessed October 9, 2015.
[viii] Petrus Romanus, 243, citing from Caritas in Veritate, Libreria Editrice Vaticana, June 29, 2009, http://w2.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_ben-xvi_enc_20090629_caritas-in-veritate.html, accessed October 12, 2015.
[xi] Malachi Martin, The Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the Betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church (New York: Linden Press, Simon & Schuster, 1987), 19.
[xiii] Ibid., 20.
[xiv] Cliff Kincaid, “Who Will Probe the U.N.-Vatican Connection?” Accuracy in Media, August 4, 2009, http://www.aim.org/aim-report/who-will-probe-the-u-n-vatican-connection accessed October 9, 2015.
[xv]Mauri, Vatican Ratline: the Vatican, the Nazis and the New World Order (BookSurge Publishing, 2006), 108–109. https://www.createspace.com/Special/L/TransitionGuide.jsp.
[xvi]Pope Francis, SULLA CURA DELLA CASA COMUNE, Libreria Editrice Vaticana, http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/encyclicals/documents/papa-francesco_20150524_enciclica-laudato-si.html, 129.
[xviii]Khwaja Khusro Tariq, “In Praise of Pope Francis: A Muslim Perspective,” The Huffington Post, October 1, 2015, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/khwaja-khusro-tariq/in-praise-of-pope-francis_b_8200944.html, accessed October 14, 2015.
[xix] Joshua Barajas , “Death Toll During Recent Hajj Pilgrimage Worst on Record,” PBS, October 9, 2015, http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/death-toll-during-recent-hajj-pilgrimage-worst-on-record/, accessed October 14, 2015.
[xx] Faith Karimi and Schams Elwazer, “Stampede Kills More than 700 at Hajj Pilgrimage in Mecca,” CNN, September 25, 2015, http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/24/middleeast/stampede-hajj-pilgrimage/, accessed October 14, 2015.
[xxi] Emily Shapiro, “Read What Pope Francis Said at New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral,” ABC News, September 23, 2015, http://abcnews.go.com/US/read-pope-francis-yorks-st-patricks-cathedral/story?id=34023376, accessed October 14, 2015.
[xxii]Khwaja Khusro Tariq, “In Praise of Pope Francis.”
[xxiv] M. H. Shakir, ed., The Quran (Medford, MA: Perseus Digital Library, n.d.).
[xxv] James R. White, What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Qur’an (Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House Publishers, 2013), 72.
[xxvi] Shelby lin Erdman, Laura Smith-Spark and HadaMessia, “Pope Francis Begins Mending the Schism with Orthodox Christians,” CNN, December 14, 2014, http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/30/world/europe/turkey-pope-visit/index.html, accessed October 12, 2015.
[xxvii] Pope Francis, “Pope Francis: Discourse to Representatives of the Churches, Ecclesial Communities and Other Religions,” Vatican Radio, March 20 2013, http://en.radiovaticana.va/storico/2013/03/20/pope_francis_discourse_to_representatives_of_the_churches%2C_ecclesia/en1-675184, accessed October 6, 2015.
[xxviii] Muhammad M. Pickthall, ed., The Quran (Medford, MA: Perseus Digital Library).
[xxix] John Hospers, An Introduction to Philosophical Analysis, 4th ed. (London: Routledge, 1997), 58. Also see Bertrand Russell, An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth, 2nd ed. (Hoboken, NY: Taylor and Francis, 2013), 274.