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Angelo Roncalli (Pope John XXIII)Photo:
Angelo Roncalli (Pope John XXIII)Photo:
Angelo Roncalli (Pope John XXIII) Photo:

There are a lot of Novus Ordos out there who cling desperately to the Vatican II church, blinding themselves to its continual heresies purely because they cannot process the thought that a pope may, in fact, be a heretic.

Roncalli received his cardinal biretta from  Socialist and agnostic Vincent Auriol,  President of the French Republic Photo:
Roncalli received his cardinal biretta from Socialist and agnostic Vincent Auriol, President of the French Republic Photo:

They just can't get past the "pope thing."

Actually, there were quite a few heretics in Catholic Church history. Pope Innocent VIII, for instance, wasn't so innocent; he had 16 children! Those suffering from "pope-itis" may take comfort in knowing that the Vatican II popes were not the first to "go bad," and yet the Catholic Church is still alive and well.

The most comprehensive book ever written on the popes and the 20 general councils of the Church is "Tumultuous Times," (1) written by Frs. Dominic and Francisco Radecki.

The second half of "Tumultuous Times" gives invaluable details of the Communist agenda during the Second Vatican Council, the background of many of the ultra-liberal participants, and undeniable statistics confirming the damage caused by Vatican II.

This Sunday, April 27, one of the greatest shams in history is about to take place in Rome when a million people flood into Rome to celebrate the canonization of Angelo Rancalli (2) (John XXIII) and Karol Wojtyla (John Paul II).

The celebration promises to be quite a show, including 1,000 bishops, over 150 cardinals, and 5,000 priests who will be distributing the Eucharist. Such a massive distribution of Holy Communion is an open invitation to those who routinely desecrate the Eucharist. Fortunately, because of the modifications in the Rite of Consecration, there will be no transubstantiation and all anyone will get is a wafer and a few calories.

Few recognize the significance of the month chosen for this event. April is one of the most highly-celebrated months (3) for satanic rituals.

  • Good Friday: black Mass, male sacrifice in mockery of the Crucifixion
  • Easter Sunday: also known as "unholy Sunday," human sacrifice followed by three days of chanting and fasting
  • April 19-25: victim to be sacrificed is chosen, kidnapped and prepared for sacrifice
  • April 25: The Da Muer ritual: (Grand climax), includes sex rituals and female sacrifice
  • April 30: Walpurgis night/Beltane (May Eve): One of the most important nights on the satanic calendar involving blood rituals and human sacrifice

What better time than this weekend to look more deeply into who these "saints" really are. And maybe—just maybe, get through to a few of those suffering from the "pope thing."

Freemasonry was condemned by Popes Clement XII, Benedict XIV, Pius VI Pius VII, Leo XIII, Pius VIII, Gregory XVI and Pius IX. Pius XII wrote:

The roots of modern apostasy lay in scientific atheism, dialectical materialism [Communism], rationalism, illuminism [Illuminati], laicism, and Freemasonry—which is the mother of them all. (4)

Albert Pike, Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite's Southern Jurisdiction addressed the 23 Supreme Councils of the world on July 14, 1889 as follows:

To you, Sovereign Grand Instructors General, we say this, that you may repeat it to the Brethren of the 32nd, 31st and 30th degrees: "the Masonic Religion should be, by all of us initiates of the high degrees, maintained in the purity of the Luciferian Doctrine."

The "Alta Vendita," (5) written by the highest lodge of the Italian Carbonari, is a detailed plan for the infiltration and demise of the Catholic Church. First discovered in Italian, it was later translated to English and then ordered by Pius IX to be published in1859. It states:

Our final end is that of Voltaire and of the French Revolution, the destruction forever of Catholicism and even of the Christian idea which, if left standing on the ruins of Rome, would be the resuscitation of Christianity later on.

It is necessary, then, to seek a remedy for that situation. The remedy is found. The Pope, whoever he may be, will never come to the secret societies. It is for the secret societies to come first to the Church, in the resolve to conquer the two.

This "vendita" coincides perfectly with the transcript written by "AA-1025" (6) regarding his involvement in Communist infiltration into the Church.

Roncalli was born November 25, 1881. Ordained in 1904, he served as a chaplain at the Pontifical Lateran Seminary in Rome, teaching church history. The Holy Office had been watching him because of his well-known modernistic philosophy, and in 1925 he was dismissed from this position. Eventually, he ended up as a letter copier, where he could do less harm.

In 1926, when one of Roncalli’s closest friends, Ernesto Buonaiuto, (7) was defrocked and excommunicated for heresy, Roncalli wrote: "Later on, though traveling along different paths, we shall achieve union among the churches to form together the true and unique Church of our Lord Jesus Christ." (8)

As far back as 1926, Roncalli already envisioned the power of ecumenism and a one-world religion.

Authors Paul Murphy and R. Rene Arlington, in their 1983 book, "La Popessa" (9) claim that
while nuncio to France, Roncalli appointed Baron Yves Marsaudon, a 33-degree Freemason, as head of the French branch of the Knights of Malta.

Marsaudon, in turn, dedicated his book "Ecumenism as Seen by a Traditionalist Freemason," to Roncalli and said of the then, nuncio: "The sense of universalism that is rampant in Rome these days is very close to our purpose of existence .With all our hearts we support the Revolution of John XXIII." (10) It was Marsaudon, himself, who claimed that John XXIII also joined the ranks as a thirty-third degree Freemason.

Fatima International (FI) issued a press release claiming that Cardinal Angelo Roncalli was a Freemason. In 1994, the Portuguese newspapers "O Dia" and "Correio de Domingo" published a summary of FI's investigations into the case, which stated that he had been initiated into a secret society—the Order of Rosicrucians (11)—whilst serving as the Vatican's Charge d’Affairs in Paris during 1935.

Roncalli was appointed to the position of cardinal and received his biretta from Socialist and agnostic Vincent Auriol, (12) President of the French Republic. He was recorded at that time to say, “Now, with this red beret, I am more ‘red’ than you, my dear Vincent.”

Conciliar author, Mary Ball Martinez, in her 1998 book, "The Undermining of the Catholic Church," (13) writes:

The end of the first ten found Nuncio Roncalli in Istanbul where, according to the Milanese journalist; Pier Carpi, who claims to have absolute proof for the fact, he was initiated into Masonry attaining, like Pius IX, the 18th or Rosicrucian Degree. Unlike Pio Nono, however, Roncalli apparently never repented.

In France today retired members of the gorgeously caparisoned Presidential Garde Republicaine, attest to the fact that from their post of duty in Paris during the mid-1940s they had been able to observe the Nuncio in civilian clothes leaving his residence to attend the Thursday evening meetings of the Grand Orient of France. Whereas exposure to such a dramatic conflict of loyalties would unnerve the average man, be he Catholic or Freemason, Angelo Roncalli seems to have taken it in his stride.

Maurice Thorez, (14) leader of the French Communist Party sent a glowing report about Roncalli to the Kremlin. "Roncalli was an ideal prelate," Thorez wrote to the Soviet officials. "He understood Marxism like a Marxist, and if the Communist Party had not been sponsoring a program of militant atheism, he might have been the best 'Christian comrade' in the Roman Catholic Church." (15)


  • “If I were born a Muslim, I believe that I would have always stayed a good Muslim, faithful to my religion.” (16)
  • “I see no reason why a Christian could not vote for a Marxist if he finds the latter to be more fit to follow such a political line and historical destiny.” (17)
  • “You Irish are impossible. The moment you come into the world, even before you are baptized, you begin damning everybody who doesn’t belong to the Church, especially Protestants!” (18)

There are "Ordos" out there who insist that Roncalli is a saint because his body is incorrupt. (19)

An emotional crowd paid homage to Pope John XXIII whose remains were displayed in St. Peter’s Basilica on June 3rd, the thirty-eighth anniversary of his death. It seemed as though time had stood still. People flowed emotionally past his body, just as in 1963, during the three days prior to his funeral. Then, Pope Angelo Roncalli had just died. Now, thirty-eight years have passed since his death, but his face is just the same: serene, almost smiling, and perfectly preserved.

Oh give me a break.

I hate to tell y'all, but this sham could only be topped by the great deceiver himself, Barack Hussein Obama.

The Vatican Information Service (VIS) said, itself, March 25, 2001, that the preservation of Roncalli's body was "no miracle." (20)

Agence France Presse, however, reported that the Vatican dismissed any suggestion that the state of preservation was the result of divine intervention. "The body is well preserved which needs no comment or hypotheses concerning supernatural causes," said Father Ciro Benedettini.

It’s more common than you might think. The body of the Holy Father was well protected. Oxygen couldn’t get into the coffin and any in there would have been used up very quickly," explained Vincenzo Pascali, from the University of Rome.

They used materials like lead and zinc which oxidise and slow the decomposition process," he added.

Coming next: "Pope St. John Paul II"


(4) Pius XII's address to the Seventh Week of Pastoral Adaptation, May 23, 1958
(8) Accattoli, Luigi, "When A Pope Asks Forgiveness," New York: Alba House and Daughters of St. Paul, 1998, pp. 18-19
(9) Paul I. Murphy and R. Rene Arlington, "La Popessa," 1983, pp. 332-333
(15) Avro Manhattan, "Murder in the Vatican," Missouri:Ozark Books, 1985, p. 29
(16) Allegri, "Il Papa che ha cambiato il mondo," ed., Reverdito, 1998, p. 120
(17) Fr. Joaquin Arriaga, "The New Montinian Church", Brea, Ca., p. 570.
(18) Hatch, "A Man Named John," p. 96.