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Friday, March 22, 2013

Roman exorcist tells Pope to beware a quick death and the Freemasons.

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The Roman exorcist Gabriele Amorth said that Pope Francis wanted a "poor church of the poor" like John Paul I. "I would not wish that he ends like Luciani". John Paul I died after only 33 days in the papacy

Father Gabriele Amorth, chief exorcist of the Diocese of Rome has warned the new Pope Francis about a quick death following the fate of Pope John Paul I. "The Masons have their branches everywhere, even in the Vatican, unfortunately," Amorth said in an interview with the Italian newspaper "Il Giornale", which the newspaper "Österreich" online reported.

Amorth said that the new Pope Francis wanted a "poor church of the poor" like John Paul I "I would not wish that he ends like Luciani," commented the chief exorcist, but the Freemasons aspire only after money and career, "they help each other," reported, "Österreich“" online. Father Gabriele maintains that they include the present Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, a Freemason, as well as President Giorgio Napolitano. In principle, all politicians in power are subordinate to the Freemasons and the world was dominated by seven or eight people who kept all the money in their hands, said the 88-year-old monk, who is believed to have carried out 70,000 successful exorcisms. Amorth alluded to Albino Luciani / Pope John Paul I, who died in 1978 just 33 days after his election as pope. An autopsy of his body was denied by the Vatican, which gave rise to numerous conspiracy theories. For example, the assessment was circulated that the Pope had been poisoned, because he wanted to expose corrupt transactions in the Vatican Bank.

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3 comments:

Frederick Oakeley said...

The idea that the admirable Monti is in the thrall of the Freemasons is simply fatuous. Conspiracy theories are not always wrong but this one is clearly untrue. Freemasonry is anti clerical and no Catholic should be involved in it but if you want to see real power at work look at the American industrial lobbies which stopped legislation on smoking and health for 30 years, impeded clean air legislation to stop acid rain, and now seeks to cast doubt on the science of climate change. Huge sums of money spent on spreading doubt.

Alan Aversa said...

"Freemasonry is anti clerical and no Catholic should be involved in it"

The fact is: many, many are, even if not nominally, but certainly ideologically.

For a description of their naturalistic ideology, which agrees so well with the novelties of Vatican II, read On Freemasonry and Naturalism (Humanum Genus) by Pope Leo XIII and Msgr. George F. Dillon's Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked (a.k.a. War of Anti-Christ with the Church and Christian Civilization), which Pope Leo XIII highly recommended every Catholic read.

For the Mason's goals of subverting and using (not destroying, as they actually believe Matthew 16:18 that the Church will never be destroyed… yes, they certainly are on their way to conversion, Deo gratias!), read John Vennari's pamphlet on The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita, which includes quotes from the Freemason's "permanent instruction", whose authenticity Pope Leo XIII verified, a detailed plan on how to infiltrate seminaries and spread French Revolutionary, "Enlightenment" ideology among the Church's clerics.

As a Freemason himself said: "For a Freemason, a man who questions dogma is already a Freemason without an apron." (ibid 24). And I'd say the majority of clerics today question dogma, even openly.

Alan Aversa said...

God bless Papa Francesco! I could actually see how the Freemasons, many of whom are merchant Jews, would be threatened by the Church practicing poverty: they would lose material profits!