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 "
Sr Lucia must have been removed from the convent "for her safety," by those who ended up killing her, and her family and the nuns were probably ordered under obedience not to say anything, and besides, if they disobeyed and did not keep it secret, "Sr Lucia's safety would be greatly jeopardized."ReplyDelete
I read somewhere that she was ordered by "the Vatican" in the persons of Msgr. Montini (the future anti-pope Paul VI) and Jose Maria Escriva' to move from the Dorothean Convent to the Carmelites. There were probably communist or otherwise enemy infiltrators in the latter, making it easier for the later (probably 1958, same year as the overthrow of the papacy) "disappearing" of Sr Lucia and her replacement by apparently two successive impostors, one rather plump one just making a brief early appearance, as the early cover of Fatima in Lucia's Own Words shows.