Rev. Sam Osborne, Mysteries of the Mass, Gnosticon 4, Sept. 18th 2021. An Explanation of the Gnostic Rite of "Mass" that Leads Us to Wonder Why this Intentional Mass of the Albigensian, Manichean, and Gnostic Heretics is Almost Identical to the New Mass of the Masonic Paul VI.
From the recent Gnosticon. We ask ourselves the question as to why this ritual, intentionally heretical and invoking all the major heretics of the distant past --- resembles so much the Novus Ordo Missae of the Masonic Paul VI, both in the ritual itself, the attitude of the celebrant (I think he would be classified as a "reverent" "conservative" "priest" --- by our friends on EWTN), and in the naturalistic Teilhardian theology articulated by the "priest." Could it be that the effective banning of the "Latin Mass" is payback by people associated with this Kabbalistic sect for the "burning of the Cathars," who are mentioned here as "saints"? The rejection of vicarious atonement by these heretics is very interesting, since we see the same thing in the theology of the Neo-Modernist heretic Josef Ratzinger. It is not the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ that is offered by these Neo-Manicheans, but rather the "
I think at this point any discussion of the chief anti-church agent of Satan, Jorge Bergoglio, is redundant unless in the context of the bigger picture of the Great Apostasy and Eclipse of the Church, culminating since 1958 in the series of anti-popes we've seen and in the invalidity of Paul VI's newly created episcopal consecration and priestly ordination rites. That means, horrendous as it may sound, that almost all "priests" and "bishops" today are actually laymen.ReplyDelete
To prove the invalidity of Paul VI’s ordination rite one can see how badly he butchered the essential form of the consecration of bishops, thus totally invalidating the sacrament:
Traditional Roman Catholic form, per Pope Pius XII (1947):
“Perfect in Thy priest the fullness of thy ministry and, clothing him in all the ornaments of spiritual glorification, sanctify him with the Heavenly anointing.”
Modernist Novus Ordo form, per Antipope Paul VI (1968):
“So now pour out upon this chosen one that power which is from you, the governing Spirit whom you gave to your beloved Son, Jesus Christ, the Spirit given by him to the holy apostles, who founded the Church in every place to be your temple for the unceasing glory and praise of your name.”
Not only does the Novus Ordo form totally replace the words decreed by Pius XII as essential to validity, they do not even in any way express that what is taking place is the consecration of a bishop! They do not even ask the Holy Spirit to make the priest to be consecrated into a bishop! Instead, even if one were to say that the totally abstruse phrase “Spiritum principalem” (“Governing Spirit”) is a clear reference to the Holy Spirit, the fact remains that it is not stated just what the Holy Spirit is supposed to be doing. God the Father is being asked to “pour out” the Holy Spirit (or at least that “Governing Spirit,” a term which one could find in Masonic writings) — but to do what? To what end? We’re not told. The Holy Spirit is poured out also in baptism, in confirmation, and in ordinations of deacons and priests, for example.
So it's a grim picture, and few Catholics know about it, many just saying they have problems with Francis, who among other things is a foil to make his apostate predecessors seem to deluded and scandalized Catholics like "saints" as they are now ignominiously called by the devil-infested Vatican. The evidence is vast, and I've seen most of it and have made it a point of study since it's the most important thing imaginable. The takeover of the papacy in 1958 (whitesmoke1958.com, "Papal Imposters" video) is surely the most pivotal and momentous event in Church history since the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. And Sister Lucy Truth makes that takeover even more credible.
"fullness of thy ministry" would refer to the bishopDelete
"chosen one" ambiguously refers to a priest
"power which is from you - gave to your beloved Son, Jesus Christ"
The power the Father gave to Jesus is the power to judge, it's an authority, it's a headship, so the priest gets that in this rite.
But "the Spirit" is not a good name for "the ornaments" for we all get the Holy Ghost at conformation, and "the ornaments" are not a spirit, but a power or authority.
It's my understanding that pope Pius XII's doctrine is that a change in a rite has to "express that what is taking place" as much as its existing form does. This rite ambiguously expresses what is taking place as much as the Roman Rite does. What's probably not valid is the N.O. is the Mass.