Regarding the stunning light show projected on St. Peter’s on the most holy solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, the highest feast day for the Mother of God, the digital artist responsible said that a good reaction to his art happens when people “throw up, or urinate themselves, or [release] any sort of bodily excrement.”
In spite of everything I wrote here before the Synod, in spite of the warnings from Father Amorth and Cardinal Caffara, and despite the sick lump of doom in the pit of my stomach ever since Bergoglio’s first “Buono Sera”, I must say, I was not prepared for the disheartening scenario we have been subjected to since the end of the synod of sin. I thought I was steeled and prepared for whatever the Humble Guy® could do to assault the faith on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the day we honor the Mother of God, Mother of the Church.
But even in my hard and cynical heart, I was not prepared for the sacrilegious insult offered to Our Lady by Pope Francis on December 8. This day will surely be remembered as one of the saddest days of infamy in our poor church. For on this day, our humble pontiff offered the Immaculate Mother of God a light show designed by an artist who derives his evil inspiration from psychedelic substances which put him in touch with ancient pagan gods and goddesses (“For all the gods of the gentiles are devils” Psalm 95).
He said the “deities” are “actively involved” in guiding his hand as he makes the work. “These [drugs] are tools that grant portals and access into different realms that I still haven’t fully been able to grasp or say that I have uncovered all of their meanings. … They have evolved my ability to … discover new and interesting combinations of energy and matter. Some have … shown me greater nightmares than I could ever depict or wish to imagine ever again.”
“These spirits and the deities that [the images] represent [in India, Greece, etc.] are actively involved, enrolled, and contributing to humans reinventing the visual vernacular of these beings as time and technology evolves,” he said.
Jones said that good art connects the viewer to something “mystical.” He said in a 2010 video interview that a good reaction to his art happens when people “throw up, or urinate themselves, or [release] any sort of bodily excrement.” H/T Voice of the Family.
The excellent blog, Boston Catholic Journal has more on this satanic, sacrilegious light show which dishonored the Vatican and insulted the Mother of God on her holy day. See “The Vatican, Pope Francis, and the ‘Light Show‘… minus “the Light” (Jesus Christ).