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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

An Alta Vendita Pope?

A lot of folks think that Pope Francis is a man owned by the FreeMasons.  The following is from a Masonic 19th Century book, titled, Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita:

This reputation will put access to our doctrines into the midst of the young clergy, as well as deeply into the monasteries. In a few years, by the force of things, this young clergy will have overrun all the functions; they will form the sovereign’s council, they will be called to choose a Pontiff who should reign. And this Pontiff, like most of his contemporaries, will be necessarily more or less imbued with the Italian and humanitarian principles that we are going to begin to put into circulation.

What our pope?  Papa Francis, who is humble by the way?  Never!  We need to modernize!  The only way to get people to respect the Church is to give in to the "modern way" of thinking.  And, besides!  He's so nice!

I'll admit, today's thought originated from a popular circulated article from the Credo Sanctum blog.

In other news, Justice Scalia was not assassinated.  Nope.  Perfectly natural death.

Everything's fine.

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