Who is Jorge Mario Bergoglio?

Who is Jorge Mario Bergoglio?  Who is this man who has succeeded in making such a mess of the Church?  In a recent discussion, this question arose and after some lively exchanges, a consensus was reached. To understand it, let’s return to Father Malachi Martin’s writings from back in the final decade of the last century.

Father Malachi Martin has certainly been a sign of contradiction and yet even today, despite the efforts of his many detractors, much of what he wrote has proved prescient, especially under the current occupant of the See of Peter.  One of Martin’s most sensational claims  was that in an occult masonic ceremony performed on June 29, 1963, Lucifer was enthroned in the Vatican. The event was described in Martin’s book, Windswept House, which was published in the late 1990’s. In an interview with Bernard Janzen,  published in The Tempter’s Hour”, Father Martin spoke about the book and its message:

“95% of the events (related in the book) are factual, but they are cloaked in novelistic form.” He stated that the primary theme of the book is “The Roman Catholic Church …. is in apostasy.” Father explained that  an apostate is one who denies basic truths of the Church, such as hell, divine grace, or personal sin, such as in reducing sin to merely social offenses, [as the present occupant does].

Father Martin then stated:

“At the present moment  (1997) a sizable majority of Catholics are in apostasy. They have been led into apostasy by churchmen in apostasy. At least a sizable minority of cardinals, bishops, priests and religious are in apostasy. They no longer profess the basic truths of Christianity, let alone Catholicism….They are apostates and yet they are in charge. They are in charge of the Church.”

Now, nearly a generation later, it is clear that the “sizable minority” of apostate cardinals and bishops has become the vast majority. Father Martin then explained that a sub-theme of Windswept House is that,

“In a short time, humanly speaking, there will be no visible holy Roman Catholic Church organization.” Further, “This is referred to as auto-demolition. [See here for more on this.] In the 1960’s there was this diabolical consecration, this enthronement of Satan within the Vatican. … It is a historical fact. … done by Luciferians from all over the world and therefore, in a certain sense, Lucifer has power in Rome. He doesn’t own Rome yet (in 1997), but I’m sure he hopes to own some future Pope so that the house will be truly his. The only man who can expel Lucifer from Rome is the owner of the house. And that owner is the Pope. It is the Pope that must carry out the exorcism, the cleaning of the house.”

“The Luciferians have a very tight schedule. They have an inner Luciferian prophecy that says that unless the prince is properly installed in the citadel, namely in the Vatican, they have lost. Now in order to install the prince and complete the enthronement, they have to get rid of this Pope.”

Note that Martin said this in 1997. So you can see how impatient the Danneels/Kasper faction must have been when not only did Pope John Paul II hang on, but then Benedict took office and issued his Moto Proprio for the perpetuation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Despite Pope Benedict’s many shortcomings, this freeing-up of the Holy Sacrifice was a great blessing for the faithful seeking to find Christ amidst the conciliar wreckage.

Now, we must be clear: According to Father Martin, the enemy required that the initial enthronement of June 29, 1963 must be completed within fifty years by the Installation of their Prince  in the Citadel. That Prince is the person to whom it is given to complete the irreversible changes of the Catholic Faith; someone with a hardened resolve to totally eclipse the true Church with the necessary church of this world.

Best Friends Forever!

With the June 29, 2013 deadline approaching,  those serving the ancient enemy within the Church  had to force Benedict’s resignation. We discussed the forced resignation in our post, “Was Pope Benedict SWIFTed?”  Once he was properly “installed” one of the first decisions Pope Francis made was to live with his dear friend, the notorious sodomite Mgsr. Ricca, and also to appoint him to a prestigious post at the Vatican Bank (IOR). Thus another link with the forces of international finance and the Lavender Mafia/St. Gallen Group.

I expect many readers will recoil at all that I have written above. There was a time when I would have too! I was repelled by Father Martin’s writing on the Enthronement of Lucifer in the Vatican when I first read it. But that was before Jorge Mario Bergoglio.  Now, I completely agree that there is some evil force behind all this, and that it serves the power-brokers of this world, powers that hate human life, hate Our Lord Jesus Christ and wish to destroy any sign of Him in this world. I have stated often that I believe Pope Francis intends nothing less than the abolition of the Mass. But he is also forging ahead with his demolition of the structures of the faith.

Many other bloggers have documented how Bergoglio has dismantled the Pontifical Academy for Life and now has begun demolishing the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, Sandro Magister has a most informative article on just this subject here.

Father Malachi Martin wrote much  about what he thought might happen, but that was before the turn of the century. What would he think about our situation now? Would he recognise in Jorge Mario Bergoglio the man called forth by the dark ceremonies of 1963?  What do you think? And what do you think will happen next?

As always, please,  Pray the Rosary and confound Satan and all those who serve him!

  Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of our hearts, Mother of the Church, do thou offer to the Eternal Father the Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, for the conversion of poor sinners, especially our Pontiff.
  Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Thy kingdom come! Viva Cristo Rey!
  Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us now and at the hour of our death.
  St. Joseph, protect us, protect our families, protect our priests.
  St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle.

Please pray for the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary!

~ by evensong for love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ, King.
Vouchsafe that I may praise thee, O Sacred Virgin! Give me strength against thine enemies!

 

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8 thoughts on “Who is Jorge Mario Bergoglio?

  1. Joseph Moore says:

    I beg to differ. Father Malachi Martin’s life is one long pursuit in communion with God. His heart overflowed with prayerful intention and abundant love for the Lord and His Blessed Mother; and Fr Martin’s life demonstrated an almost superhuman capacity for selfless service of downtrodden humanity. This is all a great supernatural sign!

    We mustn’t stoop to fear-mongering simply because the terms “Satan” and “Lucifer” and “demon” are so very naturally unpleasant to our minds. Fearlessness means Faith in God! And Father Martin gave ample proofs.

    To a greater or lesser degree, Satan is given power over everyone’s bodies in the form of imperfections, diseases, and ultimate death. God owns the Soul and takes it to Heaven, no matter how much liberty He allows the forces of darkness to test each individual soul. Through an infinite variety of sufferings and tests–the twelve apostles give ample proof!–Satan tempts and shreds the mortal life of man. Should we friends of Christ be treated any differently? What have we to fear if a demon pushes us off a ladder, so long as we land in the Arms of our Eternal Beloved?

    In this Fatima centennial year, we could benefit from a real reconsideration of the life and soul of Father Malachi Martin. For those whose hearts have ears to hear, Father Martin remains a humble voice crying in the wilderness of a world gone mad. Peace be unto our souls!

  2. The intention of this post was to consider this pope, his role in the Church at this particular time and what this means for us. To this end, I thought the writings of Malachi Martin would be useful. I asked for readers comments on that subject.
    What I have received so far is the opinion of one writer that Malachi Martin seduced a young, pregnant wife and the opinion of another writer that Martin was no saint because he was killed by the demon.

    I can not speak to Father Malachi Martin’s saintliness or lack of it. I can find no certain documentation as to exactly how the man died. John Vennari knew him personally and vouched for him. I have the highest regard for Mr. Vennari and since I trusted him in his writings to bring me back to the fulness of the faith, I felt secure in relying on the writings of Fr. Martin insofar as they concerned the Message of Fatima.

    I am very sorry if my writings here have given any scandal. Mr. Mattacchione and Mr. Fecteau both assert their certainty that Father Malachi Martin is no saint, although I do not believe that I ever attempted to represent him as one. I do not have the time or the strength to continue to defend my writing.

    It is a shame that we have taken to this tangential discussion instead of focusing on the subject of the article. Perhaps readers would prefer that I discard Father Martin’s writings? It does not look like they are wanted any more?

    I do not see his writings, that is, those which I cite, as being harmful. I do strongly disagree with Fr. Martin on the false devotions he supported, but I believe the value of the writings which I have cited makes them useful. I will discuss the matter with my confessor and ask for spiritual guidance. The Fatima Center relied on both Father Martin and Frere Michel and to my knowledge found no contradiction between them.

    To all readers, please do not let me or my writings be a source of scandal. Do not read my blog if you find it a danger to your faith. If you are in doubt, seek advice from a faithful priest. I pray for you all.

    • Yes, I understand, my comment was not about what you wrote in your article. Your post was not about the credibility of Malachy Martin, but it presupposed it. I do not blame you for that. Myself, I’m still a bit confused on this subject because there’s so much truth in what he says. But just to be on the safe side, I now avoid the writings of father Malachi Martin for the reasons I gave.

      I do not consider those who give credibility to Malachi Martin to be bad people that we must avoid … Myself, I’m sure some of my opinions are erroneous, and I hope people around me will not reject me because of that … We need to support each other in charity.

      Thank you very much for your prayers! I’ll do the same.

      • Matthieu, your comments are always welcome and valued!
        I have been concerned in the past with both Fr. Amorth and Fr. Martin’s acceptance of demonic imitations of Marian apparitions such as Medjugorje and Garabandal.I concluded that they were suffering from a disorientation caused by old age, and this has made me very skeptical of my own ability to speak accurately.
        I did have what I thought was a worthwhile post which cited Martin and I thought was pertinent to the current head of the Jesuits and their role in this escalating crisis. I am reconsidering.
        I am almost at the end of my posting anyway.
        May Our Lord be with you always,
        evensong

  3. After thinking much about it, since many years, I came to the conclusion that father Malachy Martin is a kind of fraud. It’s not that what he says is not true. I think that most of what he says is true and prophetic, but it’s not a proof that he is from God.

    I listened to his interview with Art Bell that he did just before he died. One of the thing I found strange, is that he’s too obsessed with the occult. It arouses a curiosity that is not good.

    But what I find the most problematic, is that his testimony leads people to despair. When we listen to him, Satan seems to be the strongest. Satan even seemed to have succecceded killing him … That’s very strange. I have never heard of a saint that was killed by the demon, never. That’s a big red flag for me.

    Yes, Satan is very strong and very cunning, but when we pray and do the devotion of the first saturdays like requested by Our Lady, he is defeated, and order and harmony slowly return around us (like it occured in Portugal in the good years).

    The books of frere Michel de la Sainte Trinité about Fatima give me hope … On the other hand, that’s not the case with father Martin.

  4. Martin a “sign of contradiction” indeed to say the very least.Could it be that Martin himself was part and parcel of the modernest movement to apostasy?It certainly has been alleged to be so.I am sure you are aware of the 2002 book by Robert Blair Kaiser “Clerical Error:A True Story” .Kaiser 40 years after the fact bears his soul and tells the incredible story of how his young pregnant wife was seduced by Martin!How Martin persuaded Kaiser’s clerical friends to send him to a sanitorium.Martin is no saint!

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