Monday, August 12, 2013

He intends to set up a false Christ and a false Church

The spirit of Judas

In my last post, I quoted from the highly-placed Masonic author who referred to himself as Nubius and who outlined the plans of Masonry for a Masonic Pope thoroughly imbued with the tenets of masonry.  An individual named Tim left a comment at this Blog saying, "Excuse my ignorance, but I was led to believe that the Pope (all Popes) were chosen by the Holy Spirit.  How does that fit with your post?"

Very easily, actually.  As an article written by Dr. Warren H. Carroll explains:

"There have been perhaps 30 or 40 Antipopes in the 2000-year history of the papacy.

An antipope is a person claiming to be Pope who was not duly elected or proclaimed while a duly elected Pope was still in office.

To begin with, it is vital to understand that there is no power on earth which may depose a Pope. Any duly elected Pope remains therefore in office until he dies or resigns (as has happened just seven times). Anyone, therefore, who claims to be Pope while a duly elected Pope is living and has not resigned is, ipso facto, an Antipope.

Papal election procedures are governed by the prescription of the last Pope who provided for them (that is, any Pope can change them, but they remain in effect until they are changed by a duly elected Pope).

During the first thousand years of the history of the Papacy the electors were the clergy of Rome (priests and deacons); during the second thousand years we have had the College of Cardinals.

But each Pope, having unlimited sovereign power as head of the Church, can prescribe any method for the election of his successor(s) that he chooses. These methods must then be followed in the next election after the death of the Pope who prescribed it, and thereafter until they are changed. A Papal claimant not following these methods is also an Antipope.

Since Antipopes by definition base their claims on defiance of proper Church authority, all have been harmful to the Church, though a few have later reformed after giving up their claims." (See:

Not everyone is convinced of the legitimacy of this Pope's reign.  Writes one individual (in the comments section of my last Blog post):

"Upon Pope Benedict's resignation (by devious means on behalf of the Masons within the curia) the Keys were immediately given back to Saint Peter who is now under the command of God the Father. I have never seen a pope like this, ever. When Francis issued a sermon in May that Catholics and Atheists should meet on common ground 'doing good', the red flag was raised. He then cited the Gospel of Mark to reinforce his point. In this section of scripture John was telling Jesus that he and others had tried to stop a man in another town, who wasn't one of us, driving out a demon in Jesus' name. Jesus then said that John should not stop him because those who are not against Me must be for me. Jesus was not condoning Atheism, in fact, Pope Francis not only quoted scripture out of context but he twisted the truth of God's Holy word. We all need to pray for the pope and especially for The Church because it's under wicked attack from within. God bless you all."

The Third Secret of Fatima is largely believed to allude to a crisis of faith in the Church and to the manifestation of the Antichrist from within the Church.  He intends to set up a false Christ and a false Church which will last until the crisis is overcome by the faithful flock [the Remnant].  The defeat of the Man of Sin will coincide with the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.  We have this from St. Louis de Montfort.

Already in 1957, before the Second Vatican Council - which this writer fully embraces - not the so-called "spirit" of Vatican II but the actual documents, Sister Lucy confided to Father Fuentes that, "The Most Blessed Virgin told me that the devil is in the process of engaging in a decisive battle with the Virgin...and since he knows what offends God the most and what will gain him the greatest number of souls in a short time, he is doing everything to win souls consecrated to God, for in this manner he leaves the field of souls undefended, and thus he will take them more easily."

Writing to another priest, Sister Lucy says, "I see by your letter that you are concerned over the confusion of our times.  It is sad indeed that so many persons should let themselves be dominated by the diabolical wave that is sweeping the world and that they should be blinded to the point of being incapable of perceiving error!  Their chief fault is that they gave abandoned prayer; they have thus distanced themselves from God, and without God, everything fails them..."

Has ecclesiastical masonry infiltrated even the Vatican?  I believe so.  I believe that an individual who reaches the heights of the spiritual life will be seduced by Satan and will betray the Church like Judas seeking to pervert it from within.  Our times are growing very dark.  If you cannot perceive this, it is very likely that you cannot perceive it because you have abandoned the prayer life.

More to come...


Siobhan said...

I have to finally admit that this Pope is making me nervous. I think enough time has past to get a feel for him and his way of thinking. I remember the day when he was elected and seeing him come out on the balcony. I was watching him stare out at the people and then suddenly I felt a chill run up my spine and thought that something was very wrong. I expressed this to a few people on another site and they said the same thing. I decided to ignore it because other Priests whom I respect, especially Fr. Z., insisted that Francis was the right man to follow Benedict. We'll see. In the meantime, we must all pray for him and the world because something is certainly coming.

Unknown said...

I'm just rereading a little booklet :"The permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita" A Masonic Blueprint for the Subversion of The Catholic Church' by John Vennari published by TAN Books&Publishers, Inc.
It proves enough in whose hands the Catholic Church is. I myself heard enough and have seen enough from high ranked freemasons. I wrote about this 1 to 2 years ago as answer to articles posted on this website. Satan and the false prophet are really dictating and ruling the Church. People just swallow whatever makes more and more evils allowable in life. Let's pray and sacrifice for the Church and I know that in the end God will be victorious. Rita B.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

Siobhan, I have wanted to give this Pope the benefit of the doubt. I have fully supported and defended every Pope from my youth. Readers of this Blog and those who know me from my witness to the faith in various periodicals know full well that I have always been a staunch defender of the Holy Father and the Church's Magisterial teaching. But, like you and so many others I have been hearing from, this Pope is really beginning to alarm me.

Marie Tremblay said...

In his book titled On Heaven and Earth, published last year, Pope Francis, speaking about homosexual sex, wrote: "If there's a private union, then third parties and society aren't affected."

Such a view is gravely disturbing. Every sin, and most especially grave sin - and homosexual acts constitute grave sins which cry to heaven for vengeance - affects society negatively. Sin isn't just personal. It affects all of the Church and all of society, like ripples traveling across a pond after a stone is thrown into the water.

It seems that in his book, Pope Francis is saying such acts are tolerable if they are accomplished in private.

Marie Tremblay said...

Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1869:

"Thus sin makes men accomplices of one another and causes concupiscence, violence, and injustice to reign among them. Sins give rise to social situations and institutions that are contrary to the divine goodness. 'Structures of sin' are the expression and effect of personal sins. They lead their victims to do evil in their turn. In an analogous sense, they constitute a "social sin."

Cathie said...

I just want to mention that if you haven't heard of "thewarningsecondcomingDOTcom" website, you may be interested in the messages there. A prophet has been receiving messages from God, Jesus, and Mary since Nov of 2010. These messages are instructing the faithful and leading us. The messages are deep and powerful and can only be appreciated after reading them. I like to say to people, "If you were God and your CEO on earth was destroying your company, what would you do to get to the people?" Hence the messages. I have read all messages and stay up-to-date eagerly. Jesus told us, in the messages, one year to the day of Pope Benedict's resignation that he would be "ousted" from his position. We are awaiting an incident where Pope Francis may be injured and near death but he will heal himself. The Eucharist will be removed from the Mass and a substitute will be used. The antichrist will soon make his appearance are just a few of the things I have learned through these messages. These messages in no way, shape, or form are authored by the prophet, only reported.

Cathie said...

I also wanted to mention that I was saddened this last Wednesday when my priest at coffee after Mass told a half a dozen people at the table that it was okay to be any religion including Buddhism, previously he okayed Muslim, and that we only had to be good people to go to Heaven. He said that Jesus was not the only way to Heaven. He seems to go with the wind concerning his comments. People at the table were "making their own rules".

I believe in the One True Living God of the Bible, I believe in the 10 Commandments, "I am the Lord your God and thou shalt have no other gods before Me". I believe that the only way to the Father is through Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. I believe that God is serious when He says that He is a jealous God.

He is also telling us that He is very angry and that the United States no longer is protected with His Hand. He says that chastisement is coming to us.

Paul Anthony Melanson said...

Cathie, I'm sorry to hear that your priest is so confused. But he is by no means alone. How does he justify his confused notion with Acts 4: 12: "There is no salvation through anyone else, nor is there any other name under heaven given to the human race by which we are to be saved"?

You are right. This is the time to prepare for persecution under the Antichrist. Catholics, and other orthodox Christians, need to network. The time to begin preparing a "catacombs" is now.

As it was in the days of know the rest.

Ellen Wironken said...

Another author who believes that Pope Francis' election as Pontiff was the result of Freemasonry and who provides evidence:

Cathie said...

Paul, Interesting that you say we are like the days of Noah this is a recent message-Aug 1st:

Much earlier messages talked about the Masons and how they are in control of the Vatican.

Concerning my priest, another parishioner had to verify what he was saying and he reference Vatican II.

"Below are a couple of brief paragraphs from the Catechism of the Catholic Church … quoting two very important documents of the Second Vatican Council which, as you know, took place in the 1960s.
Here is what the Catechism says:

The Church recognizes that God does not condemn
those who are innocently ignorant of the truth about his offer of salvation.

Regarding the doctrine in question, the Catechism of the Catholic Church
quoting the Vatican II document: Lumen Gentium, The Dogmatic Constitution on the Church (#16)

“This affirmation is not aimed at those who, through no fault of their own, do not know Christ and his Church:
Those who, through no fault of their own, do not know the Gospel of Christ or his Church,
but who nevertheless seek God with a sincere heart, and, moved by grace,
try in their actions to do his will as they know it through the dictates of their conscience
—those too may achieve eternal salvation.” (CCC 847)

The Vatican II document : Gaudium Et Spes The Church in the Modern World) ( #22)
teaches similarly on the possibility of salvation:

“All this holds true not only for Christians, but for all men of good will in whose hearts grace works in an unseen way.
For, since Christ died for all men, and since the ultimate vocation of man is in fact one, and divine,
we ought to believe that the Holy Spirit, in a manner known only to God,
offers to every man the possibility of being associated with this paschal mystery.”

I don't believe that we can totally understand God's plan in all instances but Jesus clearly states, in the Bible, "That no one will get to the Father but through Me."

The people at the coffee table were clearly trying to justify, in their own minds, the lives of those close to them who are not living according to God's Word but who are "good" people.

I think that is dangerous and misleading. The pulpit does no disciplining. We are living in serious times.

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