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 "
On the left, dear Sr Lucy, or what is sadly known as a "bitter evil sedevacantist" and on the right someone who encourages full communion with the representatives of Antichrist in the Vatican.ReplyDelete
I wonder what evil they did. All the young pictures of the real Sister Lucy never show her laughing. She may smile but the smile is serious ... if such can be said. The much photographed laughing Sister Lucy hardly ever looks serious. The 'looks' on a persons face say a lot, I think. The real Sister Lucy carries the burden of the Great Secret in her heart all the time. and it shows in her expressions. She has seen hell too. She also has seen her bosom companions, the only ones she could talk to about their breath taking experiences, die so very young. The other Sister Lucy's face doesn't carry the same concerns. Nonchalant. Easily provoked to laughter. I wonder how they ever convinced a woman to play this role. What benefits are in it for her? Not much. Thank you for doing this, Dr. Chojnowski.ReplyDelete