UPDATE: 1 July 2019 (Precious Blood)
Concerning the video about the late Card. Bernardin (linked below) and my association with the novel Windswept House (which has identifiable real people as fictionalized characters), I bring an update. This is one of the things that was ringing off the hook in the back of my mind.
I was contacted by someone with an autographed copy of Windswept House which he was given by the late and very traditional Fr. Alfred Kunz, whose unsolved murder in the Diocese of Madison is an open wound to this day. He also had a list of the real people and places whom Martin fictionalized for his novel.
The linked video about Card. Bernardin demonstrates his close connection with the late Bp. John Russell (+1993) of Charleston SC. In Windswept House Russell is recreated as Bp. “Leo” James Russeton, who is the prelate who directs and offers the parallel satanic rites (with the gory stuff) meant to complete the satanic desecration of the Church in the heart of the Vatican City in 1963.
This was ringing bells in the back of my mind. I once had a copy of that list, which I recall tucking into a hardback of Windswept House which I now remember lending to someone and never getting back. The copy I dug out of my storage unit was its replacement, but I had lost the list, many names on which lingered in distant memories.
___ Originally Published on: Jun 29, 2019
A confluence of promptings drove me to my storage locker.
- There was a recent reading about the infiltration of the Church so as to obtain for the infiltrators high positions of influence. HERE The book didn’t make a strong case based on lots of evidence, but surely the main thesis of the book was dead on accurate.
- There was the reading of the Instrumentum Laboris for the upcoming Amazonian Synod, which reads as a blueprint for making the Church more like to an NGO with interests in earth-mother worship than the Bride of Christ, indefectible and authoritative. On that, Card. Brandmüller HERE. The Instrumentum Laboris in English HERE
- There was the video about revelations concerning the late Card. Bernardin. HERE
Today, I cracked old Windswept House. It’s a tangle of tortured prose and references which are usually slightly off enacted by thinly veiled real but fictionalized players. It conveys a grim story that you can’t but help know is, its flaws aside, dead on. In the first few rapids sections of prologue, Martin takes you from Pius XII reflecting on the Treaty of Rome in 1957, to John XXIII refusing to release the Third Secret in 1960, to 1963… specifically the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul.
The Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, the day I write this.
In that section of the novel’s prologue there is enacted simultaneously a Satanic ritual in the Pauline Chapel next to the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican and also a place in South Carolina (where the gory stuff was to be done) in order to enthrone Satan in the heart of the Church. The perpetrators of this evil want not so much to destroy the Church but to transform it into a human institution for the sake of creating a new world order. Of course 1963 is when the Second Vatican Council is in session and Martin, in this novel, was also hinting that the Third Secret warned about a council. Get it?
“But Father! But Father!”, some of you libs and pseudointellects are tittering to the clink of ice in your highball glasses, “This is pure traddy fantasy fueled by years of bitter disappointment at not getting your way. Since 1963 a new springtime has been blowing through us – we are church, after all – and the fresh air is driving out the stale old incense and trappings of religion you cling to. It was greater than the Council of Jerusalem, though it didn’t go nearly far enough and … and… crush all opposition. You… youuuuuuu…. racist climate-change denying homophobic haters! YOU HATE VATICAN II!”
I esteem Vatican II enough not to lie about it.
I am also now reminded of a story from 2018 about a dreadful occurrence in one of the most important places in the Vatican City, the Palazzo del Sant’Uffizio, where the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is housed. That palazzo has also some residence apartments for curial officials, normally of high rank. There was a druggy orgy of some kind involving a low-ranking worker bee who managed, mysteriously, to get lodging there. HERE
Certain kinds of sins, summon to and cause to attach to and oppress places and people. They must be driven forth by exorcism.
What happened in 2018 was close to the very heart of the Church’s heart. As I described it then:
The Devil is good at what he does and he tells us what he is up to. Having drug/sodomy parties in the building where the CDF and where the office that oversees the use of the Traditional Roman Rite and the new traditional religious institutes are housed is a dead give away. THAT’s precisely the sort of place to attach and infest with demonic presence. It’s a stone’s throw from
a) the very place Peter was crucified
b) the tomb of Peter
c) the Paul VI audience hall, where the Synod (“walking together”) meets
d) the offices of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith which also handles cases of abuse
e) the offices of the Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei” which, reinforced by Benedict XVI’s Summorum Pontificum is providing support for that “Marshall Plan” for rebuilding that I’m always on about.
If I were looking at this from the eyes of an enemy, that’s exactly the sort of place I would seek to infiltrate.
The Enemy is real and really good at being an Enemy. Demons and their activities are real.
If I were a diocesan bishop, I would immediately go through my entire cathedral and chancery and residence and exorcise the places using the older, traditional Roman Ritual.
If I were a diocesan bishop, I would tell pastors of parishes and chaplains of schools, etc., whom I trusted to do it right, to do the same in their places, church, sacristy, rectory, school, all around the grounds. Otherwise, I would send delegated priests to all the other parishes, etc., to carry out the exorcisms.
If I were a diocesan bishop, I would pronounce an exorcism over the entire diocese entrusted to my care.
If I were a diocesan bishop, I would go to the four corners of the diocese and pronounce the exorcism again at each spot and also say Masses at each, Pro Remissione Peccatorum, Pro Defensibus Ab Hostibus, Ad Poscenda Suffragia Sanctorum, Pro Gratiarum Actione.
It would be like tracing the Sign of the Cross over the whole diocese. I got the idea from what Archbp. Sample did when he was still in Marquette.
Do it in the dead of night in a locked church or in the full light of day with public concourse. Just do it.
This will cost nothing but a little gas money, will not require a dithering committee, and could be done in a short period of time. But what benefits!
I think that people would flock to these “Four Corners” Masses and would be deeply edified. And, if bishops are concerned about bring young people to the Faith and keeping them strong, this will help. Do you doubt it?
This is serious stuff and they want something serious.
There is no more important thing a bishop does than sanctify and he wields all the weapons of spiritual warfare.
There is no more important thing that a bishop does than say Mass for the welfare of his flock. And with the might of successors of Apostles, they command the Enemy.
If you are a bishop, please heed my plea. If you are the secretary to a bishop, or the friend of a bishop, please make this request.
¿You want to hacer some real lío?
Find the recipe between the covers of the Rituale Romanum and Missale Romanum.