It doesn't take a Geometrician to figure this out, but rather it has been prophesied of GOD!
"Here is wisdom, Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six." Rev. 13:18 ---------- Do the math . . . the numbers add up and answer to none other than the pope of Rome!
Sherlock, keep on exposing the workers of darkness.
Looking forward to your next post in this ongoing expose!
"And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them." Eph. 5:11
Hey Sherlock, I believe I found the answer to your question as to âthe training ground for homosexualsâ in a letter a prominent practicing Catholic, Richard Sipes wrote to the pope here: http://www.richardsipe.com/ STATEMENT FOR POPE BENEDICT XVI ABOUT THE PATTERN OF THE SEXUAL ABUSE CRISIS IN THE UNITED STATES April 20, 2008 "Your Holiness, I, Richard Sipe, approach you reluctantly to speak about the problem of sexual abuse by priests and bishops in the United States, but I am encouraged and prompted by the directive of Vatican II, Lumen Gentium, Chapter IV, No. 37. âBy reason of knowledge, competenceâŚthe laity are empoweredâindeed sometimes obligedâto manifest their opinion on those things that pertain to the good of the Church.â And also moved by your heartfelt demonstration of concern for victims on your recent visit to the United States I bring to your attention a dimension of the crisis not yet addressed. It is closer to the systemic center of the problem and one most difficult for you to address.
This sexual aberration is not generated from the bottom upâthat is only from unsuitable candidatesâbut from the top downâthat is from the sexual behaviors of superiors, even bishops and cardinals."
The Catholic Church looks into cult allegations â and $1,000 hams.
By Jason Berry â Special to GlobalPost
Published: July 19, 2009 20:54 ET
Editor's note: A sweeping Vatican investigation of an international religious order â and the cult of personality built around its founder â has just begun in Rome. Five bishops are delving into the finances and internal dynamics of an organization suspected of influence peddling. Award-winning investigative reporter and author Jason Berry has tracked these events for years in a book he co-authored and a documentary he produced on events leading to the Pope's decision to investigate. In this exclusive report for GlobalPost, Berry breaks new ground on the Vatican investigation of the Legionaries of Christ, and the case against Fr. Marcial Maciel Degollado, the founder.While the American Catholic Church has been publicly battered by two decades of priest sexual abuse scandals that erupted in the press and devastated church finances with hundreds of millions of dollars spent on compensating victims and legal fees, the Maciel scandal has gone largely unnoticed by most of the American press.
Sherlock, I believe the case has been made; witchcraft + R.C.C. No difference. Need convincing, read: Clergy Ritual Abuse Illuminated Excerpt âNot long ago, a cold case involving the ritual murder of an elderly nun, Sr. Margaret Ann Pahl, in a hospital chapel a quarter of a century ago, was finally resolved. Fr. Gerald Robinson, the hospital chaplain, was convicted & has been sent to prison, though his lawyers say he will appeal. The case touched on other satanic crimes, including ritual abuse, rape of children & some very odd details, such as groups of men dressing up as nuns.
Satanic Clergy Cults? Once the verdict had been handed down, the prosecutor, Dean Mandros, admitted that the case was said by experts to be a "classic textbook satanic cult killing". But . . to get a conviction, they downplayed that aspect. The details of the case, including the ritual aspects & reactions, are here" [URL=http://www.renegadecatholic.com/blog/2006/05/11/killer-priest-convicted/]]]http://www.renegadecatholic.com/blog/2006/05/11/ki..[/URL] & URL=http://www.renegadecatholic.com/blog/2006/05/13/verdict-questions/]]]http://www.renegadecatholic.com/blog/2006/05/13/ve..[/URL] & [URL=http://www.priestsofdarkness.com/pd-index.html]]]http://www.priestsofdarkness.com/pd-index.html[/URL]
Sherlock, I do believe you're on to something. "Secrets of the Illuminati", Doc Marquee, former Satanist, now "born again" Christian writes: "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Marquee identifies several areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical 1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on & around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes: - To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities. - To hold the tools of magic. - To perform human sacrifice.
2.The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." [URL=http://www.cuttingedge.org/ce1059.html]]]http://www.cuttingedge.org/ce1059.html[/URL]
By the blessed Spirit; who is called the âSpirit of grace,â because he is the spring of all grace. Zech 12:20. Faith is the chief work which the Spirit of God works in a manâs heart. In making the world God did but speak a word, but in working faith he puts forth his arm. Luke 1:11. The Spiritâs working faith is called, âThe exceeding greatness of Godâs power.â Eph 1:19. What a power was put forth in raising Christ from the grave when such a tombstone lay upon him as âthe sins of all the world,! yet he was raised up by the Spirit. The same power is put forth by the Spirit of God in working faith. The Spirit irradiates the mind, and subdues the will. The will is like a garrison, which holds out against God: the Spirit with sweet violence conquers, or rather changes it; making the sinner willing to have Christ upon any terms; to be ruled by him as well as saved by him.