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(05-31-2013, 06:56 AM)Scotus Wrote: Dear A-Catholic Catholic,

Have you ever read David Yallop's book on the alleged murder of Pope John Paul I? I have started reading it and see that almost he immediately fingers Freemasons in the Church as being responsible for the late Pontiff's untimely death.

Dear Scotus -  :tiphat:

Thanks for the information, it is much appreciated!

No, I have never heard of this book, however, shortly after the "murder"? of Pope John Paul 1, one of my Parishioners gave me a copy of a news report from Spain which claimed that the Pope was going to restore everything back to the way it was before Council Vatican 2, and even before the time of the 2nd Pope John 23rd, and that this was "the reason he was assassinated"!?

The # 1 suspect who planned to do away with the Pope was, again according to that news report from Spain, the sources for which were supposed to be certain Vatican Cardinals and an Archbishop (names not given for the obvious reason they were concerned about being "removed" in a way similar to that which was done to the Pope), a very powerful and very high-ranking Cardinal with whom the Pope had scheduled a meeting later than morning to "order him to begin to restore the pre-1944 Traditional Missal and all of the other pre-1944 liturgical books. 

By the way, the probable reason why the restoration was to be "pre-1944 liturgical books" is because, beginning in 1944 the venerable Psalter of Saint Jerome (required by the Council of Trent, incidentally!), was removed and replaced!

Exactly which "hit squad"?, from among the various groups of anti-Catholic infiltrators, was chosen to "kill"? the Pope was not identified in the Spanish news report.  I have my own opinion as to exactly "who and how" the Pope was "killed"?, but I prefer not to give it.

Thank you again for making me aware of this book and its subject matter!  :tiphat:

God Bless You!  :pray:

A-Catholic-Catholic:  Father Jim
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(05-31-2013, 08:35 AM)Tim Wrote: Here's another little bit showing how the commies and the lavender crowd intersect. There is a book by Raymond Kevane, a laicized priest. The book is named Betrayed. He was a parish priest of solid ability and he had been asked to head an initiative from Pope Paul VI to have the then NCCB (USCCB) help the Latin American Bishops. He was to head this and train laymen with certain skills in the proper amount of theology to be a valuable asset to this effort.

He set out to train these men and women and inculturate (correct word ? ) into the country's custom and language for their mission. Enter the NCCB and Bishop Bernardin and his Latin American "expert" a Msgr. Illyich. He was working in Latin America forming cadre cells ala the commies, and Kevane became a problem because he was a Catholic priest for real. The NCCB wanted Fr. Kevane to work for them so he could be controlled.

Msgr. Illyich came on to Kevane sexually and Kevane rebuffed him, but Msgr. Illyich spilled the beans that he was a Russian Commie Spy. Needless to say the NCCB ultimately pushed Kevane out and he left the priesthood. Now in his late years he wrote the book to clear what had really gone on in Latin America. This is just a first hand little bit, but we can see how these wicked churchmen work together where there interests are the same, the destruction of the Catholic Church. Oh and when it got dangerous Msgr. Illyich abandoned the NCCB and retired to the USSR. Leaving Bishop Bernardin to become a Prince of the Church.

tim

 

Hi Tim -  :tiphat:

Incredible information!  Thank you for sharing it!

IF I remember correctly, I think you had mentioned some time ago that you had read "Windswept House" by Father Malachi Martin, S.J.?

In any event, Father Martin refers to an episode during the reign of Pope Paul VI, Giovanni Battista Montini [Friday, June 21, 1963 - Sunday, August 6, 1978], about the "enthronement ceremony of Lucifer" in Saint Paul's Chapel in the Vatican which was being co-ordinated by telephone with a similar "enthronement ceremony of Lucifer" in South Carolina!

Some of my Parishioners, who were more "read" on this subject than myself, told me that their sources were claiming that the person in charge of this Satanic Act in South Carolina was that native of Columbia, South Carolina, the then Monsignor Bernardin of the Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina?

So the anti-Catholic Infiltrators include more than Communists and Freemasons!

God Bless You!  :pray:

A-Catholic-Catholic:  Father Jim
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(05-31-2013, 08:35 AM)Tim Wrote: Here's another little bit showing how the commies and the lavender crowd intersect. There is a book by Raymond Kevane, a laicized priest. The book is named Betrayed. He was a parish priest of solid ability and he had been asked to head an initiative from Pope Paul VI to have the then NCCB (USCCB) help the Latin American Bishops. He was to head this and train laymen with certain skills in the proper amount of theology to be a valuable asset to this effort.

He set out to train these men and women and inculturate (correct word ? ) into the country's custom and language for their mission. Enter the NCCB and Bishop Bernardin and his Latin American "expert" a Msgr. Illyich. He was working in Latin America forming cadre cells ala the commies, and Kevane became a problem because he was a Catholic priest for real. The NCCB wanted Fr. Kevane to work for them so he could be controlled.

Msgr. Illyich came on to Kevane sexually and Kevane rebuffed him, but Msgr. Illyich spilled the beans that he was a Russian Commie Spy. Needless to say the NCCB ultimately pushed Kevane out and he left the priesthood. Now in his late years he wrote the book to clear what had really gone on in Latin America. This is just a first hand little bit, but we can see how these wicked churchmen work together where there interests are the same, the destruction of the Catholic Church. Oh and when it got dangerous Msgr. Illyich abandoned the NCCB and retired to the USSR. Leaving Bishop Bernardin to become a Prince of the Church.

tim

Little bit?! That's enough to start a doctoral thesis! :LOL: I punched in some of those names @ google, and came out with the The Alinsky-Bernardin-Obama Nexus Part 1 (sickening-Chicago Catholic orgs), and I just don't think Alinsky is the kind of guy a human (a person who has retained their soul) would hang around. So you wonder, why are Chicago Church bigwigs hanging with this Alinsky guy, and paying to send Obama to Alinksy seminars? This is what I found on Wiki about Alinksy, 2 mos before he kicked the bucket [may the dead sicko never rest or see light again]:

wiki Alinsky article Wrote:ALINSKY: ... if there is an afterlife, and I have anything to say about it, I will unreservedly choose to go to hell.
PLAYBOY: Why?
ALINSKY: Hell would be heaven for me. All my life I've been with the have-nots. Over here, if you're a have-not, you're short of dough. If you're a have-not in hell, you're short of virtue. Once I get into hell, I'll start organizing the have-nots over there.
PLAYBOY: Why them?
ALINSKY: They're my kind of people.

It's bad enough the president went through that, but for the Church to pay for it? GMAB.

I100% believe one of those Sicilian mob bosses Italian bishops whacked JPI. Does anyone even question that, for real? This year, I looked up pictures of JPI, and he looked perfectly healthy when he was Habemus Papemed. A month later... iced. Then we get Pope Forever. I mean, "Pope John Paul THE GREAT" — TF is that? How is he GREATER than a guy that was martyred? Isn't that the least bit offensive to anyone? "The Great". The Great what? Great because he didn't get whacked? And that's a good question: WHY didn't JP2 get whacked? I suppose we could guess he found the perpetrators and had them punished severely. *yawn* But, well let's just say, If that weirdo JP2 statue were to come to life, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised. I'm expecting it. :huh-uh:

Quote:Father Martin refers to an episode during the reign of Pope Paul VI, Giovanni Battista Montini [Friday, June 21, 1963 - Sunday, August 6, 1978], about the "enthronement ceremony of Lucifer" in Saint Paul's Chapel in the Vatican which was being co-ordinated by telephone with a similar "enthronement ceremony of Lucifer" in South Carolina!

Some of my Parishioners, who were more "read" on this subject than myself, told me that their sources were claiming that the person in charge of this Satanic Act in South Carolina was that native of Columbia, South Carolina, the then Monsignor Bernardin of the Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina?

So the anti-Catholic Infiltrators include more than Communists and Freemasons!

Someone owes me a new dress. Cause mine isn't wearable now. Okay, I'm going to avoid St Paul's/Vatican in June like a madwoman. HOW do you mix up "enthrone Lucifer" and "consecrate Russia"? ???

Explains some stuff, though. We're going down. Hard. I put the book in my shopping cart. Maybe I'll give my copy to Pope Francis. (Maybe I should get a spanish version.)

#Best Thread Ever I feel like I'm learning so much!
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For the record, John Paul I was baptised almost immediately after birth because he wasn't expected to live, he was sickly all his life, he was on a doctor's ordered holiday for his health when Pope Paul died and, it is said, that his first words after accepting the Papacy were, 'May God have mercy on you for what you have done to me.' I'm as big a conspiracy nut as the next guy, but I don't buy this one. A sickly, weak man of 65 was elected Pope and the stress killed him.
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About Alinsky, he was friends with a Chicago Msgr. Egan, but not the current one. At Chicago's Seminary he was called Alinsky's disciple. Alinsky started by organizing the neighbor hood near the Stockyards and the Cardinal thought he was a force for good. Huge mistake that was. This is important many of the Bishops then were liberals with a small "l", but could not see this coming. Being smart ass kids we asked the Sisters why if Catholics can not be Liberals that Cardinal Spellman and Stritch were. She told us they are Cardinals and know how to do it. 

About a year or so ago the chapel of St. Paul in the Vatican was re-Consecrated. No Vatican official has ever denied this nor explained why.  Besides Fr. Martin,, a group now expired named Roman Catholic Faithful, is supposed to have the girl under protection that was used in that Black Mass in Charleston, hidden. Fr. Martin interviewed her to ascertain if she was in fact the one in the Black Mass. He said she was the one.

tim
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(06-01-2013, 02:41 AM)jovan66102 Wrote: For the record, John Paul I was baptised almost immediately after birth because he wasn't expected to live, he was sickly all his life, he was on a doctor's ordered holiday for his health when Pope Paul died and, it is said, that his first words after accepting the Papacy were, 'May God have mercy on you for what you have done to me.' I'm as big a conspiracy nut as the next guy, but I don't buy this one. A sickly, weak man of 65 was elected Pope and the stress killed him.

Hi jovan -  :tiphat:

Most interesting!

On the subject of Pope John-Paul 1, it has been claimed that

Quote:in a letter to a colleague, John Paul had said he was deeply moved by having met Lucia and vowed to perform the Consecration of Russia in accordance with her vision. (Camillo Bassotto, "My Heart Is Still in Venice".  This is a biography of Pope John Paul I; published by Krinon, 1990).

I remember reading back then that Pope John-Paul 1 had a complete physical after he was elected Pope and was supposedly in perfect health:

Pope John Paul I’s personal doctor, Giuseppe da Ros, in Venice, declared that he had given the Pope, aged 65, a thorough examination as recently as the previous Saturday, and had reported to the Italian Father Diego Lorenzi (who had come to the Vatican with the future Pope from Venice), was one of the Pope's two Secretaries:

Quote:Non sta bene, ma benone – "He’s not well, he’s very well."

It has also been claimed that John Paul I was a lifetime non-smoker, that he drank seldom and sparingly, and that he had a long history of low blood pressure. Anyone less likely to succumb to a sudden, fatal heart attack, as the deputy head of the Vatican’s health service, Dr Renato Buzzonetti, had claimed, can hardly be imagined.

Likewise, Dr. Buzzonetti’s diagnosis was simply not acceptable according to a British heart specialist who is quoted as saying:

Quote:For a doctor, any doctor, to diagnose myocardial infarction as the cause of death (when he does not know the patient extremely well) is wrong… He is taking a very grave risk and he certainly would not be entitled to take such a risk and make such a diagnosis in this country. Such a diagnosis can only be given after an autopsy.

I understand that the Vatican did not permit an autopsy.

One Priest, who had interviewed Sister Vicenza, and who supposedly had told him that she had found the Pope "dead in his bathroom", and "still in his papal robes", which fact, if true, would seem to indicate that Pope John Paul I died some hours after sipping  camomile tea with Cardinal Villot on the night of September 28, 1978, and shortly after that, after his meeting with his two Secretaries, claims in his book that:

Quote:the data and the evidence that we already possess would justify a serious judicial inquiry in any law-respecting state. Now, not only does the Vatican refuse to conduct such an inquiry, but it does exactly the opposite: it thwarts and suppresses any research that tries to get to the bottom of this enigma surrounding John Paul I's death. This state of affairs is manifest in the Vatican's refusal to carry out an autopsy (if in fact one was not carried out) or in the clandestine nature of this operation (if it did actually take place). It also reveals itself in the obscurity surrounding the embalming, in the way that information regarding the circumstances of the death and the discovery of the body was manipulated, in the silence imposed on Sister Vicenza, in the pressure brought to bear on individuals and institutions, and in the widespread fear of speaking about this whole affair. This fear, whether conscious or not, runs particularly deep in ecclesiastical circles. (Father Joaquin Sáenz y Arriaga, S.J., PhD., Th. D., J.C.D. [b. on Thursday, October 12, 1899 A.D.  - d. Wednesday, April 28, 1976 A.D.], Se Pedira Cuenta, published by Origenes, Plaza del Tuy, 4; 28029 Madrid Spain, 143 pages).

Father Malachi Martin, S.J. wrote Vatican: A Novel, published by Harper & Row, New York, 1986 ISBN 0-06-015478-0, in which Father Martin proposes the theory that the pope was murdered by the Soviet Union because he would abdicate the benign policy of his two predecessors, John XXIII and Paul VI, towards accommodating communism, and once again condemn it as an atheistic totalitarian ideology. Father Martin says that the Roman Catholic Church has been infiltrated for decades by members of the Illuminati who reached positions of very high influence and very high rank, including Jean-Marie Villot, at that time Cardinal Secretary of State, who was the person who had the entire Papal apartment totally cleaned out almost immediately after the discovery of the body of the Pope.

Regarding the conclave that had elected Pope John-Paul 1:

Quote:'Wojtyla [the future Pope John-Paul 2] always takes along some reading matter wherever he goes, and during those long periods of voting in the conclave he was calmly perusing a [philosophy] book of political theory by Karl Marx. When a fellow cardinal asked if he didn't feel it sacrilegious to read such an author in that sacred place, he answered with a good natured smile, My conscience is clear' (Wilton Wynn, KEEPERS OF THE KEYS, p. 39)!"

Ultimately, on the Day of the General Judgement, all of these "mysteries" will be revealed for all to know and the confusion, contradictions, and cover-ups will be known for what they are.

Thanks for taking the time from your busy schedule to read this.  :tiphat:

God Bless You!   :pray:

A-Catholic-Catholic:  Father Jim
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A long time ago, I have read the book of the famous austrian mystic Maria Simma titled "Get us out of here". She had the gift of having been visited by a lot of holy souls of the purgatory all along her life.
In a few pages where she spoke about freemasonry, she says that a mystic friend of her had been blocked while praying for a recently deceased cardinal who appeared her surrounded with flames bcs he had been damned for having murdered two (at least) popes.
And now I remember that, put apart John Paul I, pope Pius XII too had a suspicious death.
Wasn't cardinal Villot a FM according to the "Pecorelli list"? He died in a car accident 6 months after JPII  was elected.
I wanted to share this, only for your discernment.
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I thought everyone figured JPI was whacked. That Russian patriarch died earlier the same month after being in the same Vatican hanging out with the same JPI. (Yes, Satan is just that stupid. :doh: ) How do I say... nobody believes the Vatican story. Secular news laughed at it.

Here's the wiki on that poor "unfortunate" (LOL, same "heart problems" at JPI, but at age 48): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikodim_%28Rotov%29

I don't think it's even something to discern: Pope JPI was murdered. So was that kGB Russian Orthodox dude.
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(06-01-2013, 12:32 AM)StCeciliasGirl Wrote: This year, I looked up pictures of JPI, and he looked perfectly healthy when he was Habemus Papemed.

Absolutely meaningless. I LOOK the picture of health., but I have only two thirds of my heart muscle functioning and I can't walk more than two blocks without stopping to rest and catch my breath, but to look at me, you'd never know it. In fact, people who don't know my situation will ask me, 'Were you running?' when I show up somewhere panting after a slow walk of a block or two.  :)
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(06-01-2013, 05:50 PM)maso Wrote: A long time ago, I have read the book of the famous austrian mystic Maria Simma titled "Get us out of here". She had the gift of having been visited by a lot of holy souls of the purgatory all along her life.
In a few pages where she spoke about freemasonry, she says that a mystic friend of her had been blocked while praying for a recently deceased cardinal who appeared her surrounded with flames bcs he had been damned for having murdered two (at least) popes.
And now I remember that, put apart John Paul I, pope Pius XII too had a suspicious death.
Wasn't cardinal Villot a FM according to the "Pecorelli list"? He died in a car accident 6 months after JPII  was elected.
I wanted to share this, only for your discernment.

Hi maso -  :tiphat:

Thanks so much for the information!

Interesting about how

Quote:a mystic friend of her had been blocked while praying for a recently deceased cardinal who appeared her surrounded with flames bcs he had been damned for having murdered two (at least) popes.

I am not really all that surprised.

Actually, it goes beyond Pope Pius XII and Pope John-Paul I based upon what a "Vatican insider" told me years ago:

Quote:All of the Popes of the 20th Century, from Leo XIII up through John-Paul I, were killed.

This same "Vatican insider" has also told me other things which I have been able to verify in various ways, so the credibility of this source has been very good.

But I have not been able to verify the statement about all of the 20th Century Popes, from Leo XIII up through John-Paul I, having been killed.

Quote:Wasn't cardinal Villot a FM according to the "Pecorelli list"? He died in a car accident 6 months after JPII  was elected.

Yes, this was my understanding as well.

However, I did not know that

Quote:He died in a car accident 6 months after JPII  was elected

Thanks for that interesting information.  :tiphat:

God Bless You!  :pray:

A-Catholic-Catholic:  Father Jim
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