The Term "Diabolical Disorientation" Must Be Thrown into the Waste Bin of Refuted Statements of "Sister Lucy." Evidence Clearly Shows that ANY Statement by "Sister Lucy" After 1958 CANNOT Be Accepted as Genuine.
|Diabolical Collusion, Not "Diabolical Disorientation"|
Dr. Chojnowski: Below is an article by Fr. Nicholas Gruner from 2006 in which he speaks about the "diabolical disorientation" that was "Sister Lucy's" explanation of the Crisis in the Catholic Church post-Vatican II. When Fr. Gruner indicates what he understands "disorientation" to mean, he uses the example of a person in a strange room waking up at night, in the dark, and not knowing where anything is. He stumbles around and bangs into things and thinks the closet door is the exit door to the room, etc. We have all had this experience. We remember and expect one thing and yet our mental habits that have governed our waking up at night in our own familiar room are not adequate to deal with this new situation. We stumble and in a disoriented way think that the closet is the exit door. This is probably a good example to use for the faithful Catholic now who expects to find the usual Catholic Church and instead finds the evil, scandalous, and apostate organization that we forget for a moment (sometimes for 50 years) is NOT the Catholic Church but an organization with new teachings, a new morality, new worship, and a new purpose --- something that the real and familiar Catholic Church could NEVER HAVE. But, what happens then when you are so disoriented. You stop to THINK for a moment and say, yes, I remember now, I am not at home in my own bedroom but in a hotel room in Salt Lake City say. OK. Now mentally situating ourselves AND REALIZING THAT WE ARE NOT IN OUR NORMAL HOME BUT IN A STRANGE PLACE, we look for and find the LIGHTS, so that we will no longer stumble around but head straight for the facilities or out the door for a refreshing breakfast. If we KEEP stumbling around ACTING AS IF THIS IS OUR OWN BEDROOM AND NOT A STRANGE HOTEL ROOM, it is our own fault. Either we are intentionally refusing to think or we like pretending, in the dark, that this is our own bedroom and that we are safely at home.
The Modernist hierarchy of the Conciliar Church, however, is not stumbling around. They know exactly where everything is and why it is there because they are the owners of the new hotel AND THEY PUT EVERYTHING EXACTLY WHERE IT IS. They picked out the wall paper and decided on the bed spreads for queen-size bed. To mix the metaphor, we are the ones on the ride "Conciliar House of Horrors" at the local Aggiornamento "amusement" park. We are scared as we go through the ride, having one bizarre, freakish, chilling, and down right terrifying monster jump out at us --- clowns, they are the worst! --- But when the ride breaks down, the owners and maintainers of the ride "The Conciliar House of Horrors" stop the ride --- maybe apologize over the loud speaker, get their tool kits, in perfect knowledge of the layout of the ride walk through it and find out what is wrong, fix it, and then go to start the ride up again. They are not scared of what is in the ride, THEY ARE NOT DISORIENTED. They designed the ride and many good folk keep getting back in line for the same ride hoping that it might get "more Catholic" as they go through for the nthteenth time. IT WON'T. IT IS A HOUSE OF HORRORS. IT IS MEANT TO BE LIKE IT IS. I hate to say it but, that is how the owners make their money. They live off that which terrifies us. They are not disoriented IN ANY WAY. They know what the "old" Church taught and they reject it. That is why they got their positions in the "hierarchy" in the first place. No one who did not want to be involved in "horror" would want to be involved or even hired on. The owners would know immediately that you were not really "into it."
I wish Sister Lucy Truth had been around during the time of Fr. Gruner so that its investigation would clear up this dubious idea coming from the fraudulent "Sister Lucy." The very idea of "diabolical disorientation" is disorienting itself. It makes us believe that the perpetrators of the Modernist Revolution and their successors were "disoriented." Nope. These were men who knew exactly what they were doing. The only one's "disoriented" are the good and faithful Catholics who stumble about in the dark. That is UNTIL they TURN ON THE LIGHTS.
Here is the relevant parts of Fr. Gruner's article in the Fatima Crusader in 2006:
FR. NICHOLAS GRUNER, S.T.L., S.T.D. [Canada]
Taken from the Summer, 2006 Issue, THE FATIMA CRUSADER
NOTE: The term "Diabolical Disorientation" comes up in conversation more and more frequently. What is it? What does it mean? What does it have to do with me? Father Gruner answers your questions about this epidemic that has been slowly infecting large segments of the Catholic Church collectively as well as many individual souls of the Faithful.
"WHEN a person is disoriented, he is in a state of confusion and loses his bearings. He does not understand things clearly. It's similar to being away and sleeping in a room where the bed, the window, the door are all different from your own room at home. And upon waking up suddenly in the middle of the night, you are at first disoriented, confused----Where am I? Where's the door, where's the window? So most people have actually experienced disorientation.
Diabolical disorientation, on the other hand, is when a person is when a person is disoriented by various tricks of the devil. These diabolical tricks are not simply a kind of possession portrayed on television and in the movies. The devil, the purveyor of diabolical disorientation, manages often to give the targeted person a perception quite different from reality and yet, the person so diabolically disorientated is convinced what he thinks is the truth when it is actually a lie.
In fact, it seems that it is the leadership in the Church, most of all, that is suffering this diabolical disorientation.
Where Did the Phrase "Diabolical Disorientation" Originate?We can thank Sister Lucy of Fatima for coining the term. You will find it in her writing, especially between 1969 and 1971. Time and again, she comes back to this statement.
With so many changes going on in the Church since Vatican II, faithful Catholics and friends reported to Sister Lucy, strange activities of various clergymen, bishops and priests. The Catholic faithful knew that something was wrong. And so they asked Sister Lucy for her advice on this. She explained that it is diabolical disorientation. The devil is behind it, she said, and the devil has misled many people, surprisingly even bishops and Cardinals; and although she has not said it, maybe even the Pope himself."
Dr. Chojnowski: Here is just a little bit of our evidence that what was being put forward as "Sister Lucy," whether in photographic record or in "her" letters was fraudulent. The only possible reason why they would have been forged and faked was because the real Sister Lucy was no longer on the scene.
For photographic tampering by the "disoriented" Rogues who substituted a fraud for the real Sister Lucy for the May 13, 1967 50th Anniversary of the Apparitions at Fatima event, this photo appearing only ONE MONTH after the actual event took place, see
For sworn testimony from a professional handwriting analyst on the fraudulent nature of a letter from "Sister Lucy" in 1969 ---- demanding submission to Paul VI on the part of the Faithful --- see