About that demon cult bowl placed on St. Peter’s altar… WHERE’S THE DAMNED BOWL NOW?

Demon cult bowl which Francis put on St. Peter’s altar.

At the time, I was even more horrified than when the sacrilegious pagan Pachamama worship rite took place in the Vatican Garden as the Synod was opening up in October 2019.

What shocked me, outraged me and truly worried me even more was what happened during the Mass at the close of the Synod.  A bowl with symbols and flowers associated with the demon Pachamama was placed, at the explicit direction of Francis, on the altar of St. Peter’s Basilica, at the offertory, over the bones of St. Peter.  At the time I mused that this would not bode well and opined that Easter would not be celebrated there.

Not only no Easter, Francis commanded that the title Vicar of Christ be demoted to a “historical title”.  My post HERE

Sure enough.  The Wuhan Devil came.  Hand in hand…. rather… claw in claw with Pachamama the sacred liturgical worship which is what that altar is for, was removed.

Today I see a piece at LifeSite by Maike Hickson.

A symbolic sign after the Pachamama worship at St. Peter’s: Papal Altar unused for months now

December 18, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Something happened in the Vatican in the last months that has been largely overlooked: the High Altar of St. Peter’s – the Papal Altar, which is situated right on top of the tomb of St. Peter himself – has been left unused now for many months. Professor Armin Schwibach, a Vatican Correspondent who has lived in Rome for more than three decades, describes it as a “symbolic emptiness.” This fact comes in light of the coronavirus lockdowns, but also after Pope Francis, in October 2019, welcomed a bowl with earth dedicated to the false goddess Pachamama and placed it, against the liturgical rules, on that very altar.

Professor Armin Schwibach, a professor of philosophy in Rome and Rome Correspondent of the Austrian Catholic website Kath.net, posted on Twitter on December 17 a photo of the High Altar at St. Peter’s Basilica – the Papal Altar at which, generally, and this for centuries, only the Pope offers the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass – and he himself then commented: “The emptied and today unused papal altar. Now a kind of perceptible hole in the middle of the basilica.”

LifeSiteNews reached out to Professor Schwibach, asking him to explain the meaning of his commentary and photo. He told LifeSite that since the corona lockdown in the Vatican, the Pope has never offered the Sacrifice of the Holy Mass on this altar anymore. Instead, Pope Francis has offered Holy Mass, for example on Easter of this year, on the altar of the Chair of St. Peter, which is situated behind the high altar of the basilica, and only with a small congregation present. Here is a video of that Mass. The first minutes show how the High Altar is empty, and the altar behind it is being used. Also on December 12, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Pope Francis celebrated Mass on that other altar behind the High Altar, passing by the Papal Altar without visibly bowing to it. For all these months now, the Papal Altar has been abandoned, creating a “symbolic emptiness,” in Schwibach’s words.


The significance of the absence of the Pope at the Papal Altar lies not only in the fact that it is the papal altar per se and links the current Pope directly with St. Peter himself. It also lies in the fact that Pope Francis had, on October 27, 2019 – at the closing Mass of the Amazon Synod – placed on that very same altar a highly controversial bowl of plants that had been offered up to the false goddess Pachamama at the beginning of the Amazon Synod. Many saw in this bowl an occult sign, an offering to a demon, that was scandalously placed on God’s altar on which the Pope offers the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.


Not long after this scandalous event, Pope Francis decided not to be called anymore in the 2020 Vatican Yearbook “Vicar of Christ,” giving this title the character of merely being a “historic title.” Instead, he placed his personal name on top of his entry, Jorge Mario Bergoglio. In the 2019 Yearbook, his entry was still entitled “Vicar of Jesus Christ.” Professor Schwibach at the time commented on twitter: “It seems that they continue to dismantle everything.”

Here a summary of the events since last year’s Amazon Synod: First the Pope had blessed a sacrifice that had been offered to a false god, and then he placed it on the very altar on which he usually offers the Son of God to God the Father. In the 2020 Yearbook, he declines to be called “Vicar of Christ.” The coronacrisis breaks out, which is then being used by government authorities to close down churches and restrict Mass attendance, along with the Pope’s collaboration and approval. Then the Pope stops altogether celebrating Mass on that very same Papal Altar on which he had earlier placed the Pachamama bowl. His Christmas Vigil Mass is not even a midnight Mass, but will take place at 7.30 p.m., due to the existing curfew rules in Italy (even though the Vatican is its own city-state and the Pope is its head). The result of these papal acts are that now in many places in the whole world the Christmas Midnight Mass, commemorating the birth of the Christ-Child, has been cancelled. One may ask whether there is a connection between all of these events: that is to say, from the Pachamama bowl on the Papal Altar to the cancellation of the Christmas Midnight Masses in many parts of the world.

Professor Schwibach has caught up to the rest of us… or perhaps he is just being reported now.

The fact remains that a demonic cult bowl was placed on the altar of St. Peter’s after a dreadful pagan demonic worship rite took place in the Vatican Gardens, during which a shaman of a false demon religion seems to have put a curse on Francis’ hands with dirt from the cult bowl.

Now, no Masses at the heart of the last vestige of Christendom.


The young Austrian man who took the pagan idols out of the church and threw them in the Tiber had the right instinct.

Objects that are cursed, that are used in demonic rites, etc., maintain their influence long after the fact.

These objects, to be overthrown, should be broken, burned and the ashes or fragments put into running water, such as a river.  This is the advice of exorcists.

This is real stuff, friends.   No joke.

That damned bowl… WHERE IS IT NOW?   Who has it?  Was it kept in Rome at St. Peter’s?  Did it go back to some place in South America?



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  1. APX says:


    I think it’s time to start a massive novena to St. Anthony.

  2. Why running water? Is it just to further dissipate the material of the cursed object, or is there some other significance to it?

  3. Grumpy Beggar says:

    @ Anita Moore, O.P.(lay):

    Hi . I believe we are to infer from that particular recommendation that the object would b composed of biodegradeable and non-polluting material- this according to The Catholic Exorcism .org website (scroll down about a quarter way of the page to the article entitled Disposing of Cursed Objects).
    I haven’t visited this site before personally, but I do notice several reliable names mentioned including Fr. Chad Ripperger and Fr. Gabriel Amorth (God rest his soul).

  4. jdt2 says:

    Very upsetting still, and hard at times to understand if this the handiwork of a man who means well, but has a low IQ and surrounded by relentless, incompetent advisors, or if we are truly on the precipice of Revelation type events. But Her immaculate Heart will prevail either way.

  5. Clinton R. says:

    For those who haven’t already; run, don’t walk, and as Father always exhorts….GO TO CONFESSION!! The days are growing darker. Domine, misere nobis. +JMJ+

  6. Sieber says:

    Indeed, the church has become a Windswept House. Perhaps Malachi Martin was much more than a fabulist.

  7. Emilio says:

    jdt2: I’ve often asked myself the same questions as you about Francis. He is an extremely enigmatic figure, which makes him even harder to read fairly. I think he’s moderately liberal and with a solid intellect… but he follows geniuses like JPII and Benedict, and he is certainly no genius. He’s completely uninterested in theology, doctrine and worship, preferring the hands-on approaches of simple pastors. Here’s the thing that a lot of people don’t understand about him, because unless you’ve experienced Catholic life in Spain or Latin America.. it’s difficult to comprehend the culture from the outside: he absolutely abhors the centuries-old draconian clericalism which is still pervasive in Latin America. In Spain, 95% percent of Catholics have just decided to hate the Church and stop going to Mass as a response… in Latin America the consequence has been that many countries are now 60% evangelical… places like Brazil and Guatemala spring to mind. Absolutely anything that smells of this kind of clericalism to Francis turns him immediately off and away from a person, often permanently, and even if he is mistaken. Hence his strong aversion to Cardinals Burke, Caffara, Archbishops Chaput and Vigano. It is enough for one of the ill intentioned advisors that you mention, and they are legion, to convince him that someone is “too conservative” for him to be turned off forever from that person. The opposite is true and he can be made to trust someone he doesn’t know well foolishly and unreservedly. Look at the disaster he inserted himself into with the Chilean sex abuse scandals. I don’t believe he is a full-blown Modernist, but he seems to feel more comfortable with many of them than with those he has decided are too conservative to merit his favor. And he is absolutely concerned about legacy, stacking the College of Cardinals in order to influence the next Conclave, and even grooming a successor in ways we never saw with JPII or Benedict. If you study how he governed as Archbishop of Buenos Aires and as Superior of the Jesuits in Argentina… you find very similar behavioral patterns… except that he used to HATE journalists and never give interviews, a practice that one would have really desired he continued as Pope.

  8. Kathleen10 says:

    It only changed everything. There is before October 27, 2019, and there is after.
    That entire week was a tutorial in exactly what we have in Rome and on the Chair of Peter. I am weary of delicate sensibilities at this point, but for the sake of Fr. Z reserve is appropriate.
    The entire week was a celebration by our pope of a demon idol. It was cloaked in Amazonian culture, and it was 100% pagan. Rather than Catholicism edifying paganism, Catholicism chose to jettison itself and elevate paganism. This is a demonic inversion of the Christian faith. It is deadly. What is more shocking, that the pope would lead this in the Vatican garden, planting a tree and venerating little phallic figures on blankets, which all appeared to be a satanic rite, blessing the Pachamama and the ceremony. How about the procession of the Pachamama into the nearby Catholic Church by bishops. How about the men lifting the young woman onto a litter and processing her around at the altar? The photos of who knows what people around the altar? The photo that portrayed the inversion of the portrayal of the historic founders of Rome, Remus and Romulus, whereby a woman suckles an undetermined creature, also displayed at a now-desecrated Catholic Church in Rome. The pope endorsed all these. But it was the Pachamama demon bowl brought up to the altar that shocked the sensibilities of anybody with a shred of Christianity in them.
    The Cardinals were largely silent.
    The bishops were largely silent.
    Many Catholics noticed. Many Catholics did not notice. One wonders if some Catholics would notice a live sacrifice of a virgin at the altar, or perhaps, a chicken, ala Santeria.
    Most of the Church just looked the other way, as the First Commandment was broken by the pope at the altar. It was a Feast day, was it the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception?
    Purely coincidental, I’m sure. But other Feast days have seen outrages, just not as blatant as this week in October, 2019, when it was all put out there on full display, yet Catholics still deny the evidence of their own eyes.
    Within weeks of those unholy events, a coronavirus had started to infect people in Wuhan, China, and spread around the globe in very short order. What else would we expect.

  9. jdt2 says:

    Thank you for your post. Very helpful. God bless.

  10. Rod Halvorsen says:

    Just a guess, but holding up the pasta fasul for a certain someone?

  11. Tooksam says:

    Doesn’t offering your own name instead of The Vicar of Christ say that you are bigger than the office?

    If I’m wrong please correct me.

  12. Mjay says:

    There is no difference between Pachamama and what happened at Assisi with John Paul II as well as Benedict XVI getting blessed by witch doctors. This Modernism has infected Rome since Vatican II. Francis is nothing new.

  13. Rob83 says:

    Has anybody been able to visit St. Peter’s tomb since March? After desecrating the altar, desecrating the tomb it is built over would seem to be the next step to take.

    The epistle from Ember Saturday is sobering reading, since one gets the impression that the restrainer…isn’t.

  14. KateD says:

    Or perhaps the opposite? Perhaps it was an admission, in a moment away from handlers?

    It seems there are a lot of things in recent years, that come out of the vatican that are not actually from the prelates they are attributed to.

    We have for examples, most recently the CDF pronouncement conspicuously lacking Cardinal Sarah’s signature and perhaps most infamously the book review by Pope Benedict XVI, emeritus, that was in complete contrast to what he actually felt about the author and his work.

  15. Danteewoo says:

    Oh, Malachi Martin was much more than a fabulist. When years ago I caught him telling the outrageous truth that Pope St. Pius X’s father was from Poland, I started believing everything he wrote.

    I know several people, New Mass attendees all, one a female lay-minister, who now agree with me that Francis is an antipope. If he is the pope, who needs the papacy?

  16. FrAnt says:

    Isn’t it believed that the Wuhan Devil reached the world earlier than thought? I believe it is said that it began in the fall of 2019. We didn’t know what it was then—just a thought.

  17. Josephus Corvus says:

    I think of the Pachamama every time I say the longer prayer to St. Michael the Archangel at this point:

    These most crafty enemies have filled and inebriated with gall and bitterness the Church, the spouse of the immaculate Lamb, and have laid impious hands on her most sacred possessions. In the Holy Place itself, where the See of Holy Peter and the Chair of Truth has been set up as the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety , with the iniquitous design that when the Pastor has been struck, the sheep may be scattered.

  18. Fallibilissimo says:

    “These objects, to be overthrown, should be broken, burned and the ashes or fragments put into running water, such as a river. This is the advice of exorcists.”

    Fr, shouldn’t exorcising those objects also be a possible or viable option? The Obelisk (and the exorcism engraved at its base) in front of St Peter’s comes to mind. Does anybody here know if the other obelisks in Rome that Pope Sixtus erected had some exorcism associated to them? Given their pagan origins and all?

  19. MyronM says:

    The Abomination of Desolation

    The Lord Jesus really allowed his faithful to receive the Holy Eucharist in a standing position to show that they are in such circumstances as the Israelites during the last Passover before leaving Egypt! In addition, you could take the Host in your hand, because it is food for the journey! What should the faithful go from? From the Great Whore, which has all the qualities of a disgusting Sodom!
    Revelation to John [18, 4-5] “And I heard another voice from heaven, saying: Go out from her, my people; that you be not partakers of her sins, and that you receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and the Lord hath remembered her iniquities. ”
    In November, I asked the good God five times whether the daily Sacrifice stopped on October 27, 2019, and I got the answer five times – via the Holy Bible – that it happened that scary day! Carefully read the 3rd Book of Kings (1 Kings; DR version) [12, 25-31] and replace Jeroboam (meaning “the People Contend”) with rebel Jorge the Apostate, instead of King Rehoboam of Israel (= meaning “He enlarges the People”) put in our Lord Jesus Christ and his rightful descendants (that is Children of the Church), and in place of 2 golden calves give 2xPachamamas and “priests” from among ordinary people (“viri probati”), and you will understand all the drama of God’s people these days.
    I also received a physical confirmation of this situation: On December 26 [2019], I went with my son for the pardon to the baroque church of Saint Stephen (and Anna the Mother) in a neighboring village. We stood in a long queue for Communion in a narrow passage between the pews and the hanging ambo, and then one of the priests came and told me to go back so that he could give away hosts. There was a small commotion, backing away, I lost my balance, but my son supported me. We had to go back toward the temple exit. It was the day of stoning st. Stephen the Deacon outside the city walls, and then I realized that this priest did not come to us with the Heart of the Lord’s Body (= the Holy Eucharist), but with a stone heart – the opposite of that of the prophet Ezekiel [36, 26]!
    Why did the Lord Jesus not declare this fact – the cessation of the Daily Sacrifice – in an open text? After nearly 20 centuries of feeding us with his Holy Body, He expects his chosen ones to be mature enough to judge the state of affairs themselves, I suppose. Especially that for over 6 years they have often seen with what contempt Jorge the Apostate, alleged pontifex maximus, treats the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar in the absence of any protests from other priests. The measure of wickedness has been fulfilled. There is no more urgent reading these days than the Apocalypse.
    January 2, 2020, Feast: Virgen del Pilar, Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain

    The Church history shows that Catholics can survive for decades (USSR) and even centuries (Japan) without priests and the Blessed Sacrament. The Apocalypse, however, speaks of a period of three and a half years.
    God does not share the altar with Satan. The daily Sacrifice ceased in Rome at noon [CET] on October 27, 2019. That day was the commemoratio of Saint Abraham the Poor (or the Child) – Abraham the Patriarch, the Father of Faith, has actually returned to his place! [Genesis 18:33]
    If the abomination of desolation was placed on the altar of the Lord over the tomb of Saint Peter on October 27, 2019, than 1260 days will end April 8, 2023, Holy Saturday; 1290 days: May 8, the feast of Our Lady of Luján (Argentina), Apparition of Saint Michael the Archangel (Gargano, Italy), Saint Stanislaus (in Poland); 1335 days: June 22, Ss. John Fisher (the last Catholic bishop of England) and Thomas More (the last Catholic Lord Chancellor of England).

  20. Gil Garza says:

    Because a sacrificial offering vessel dedicated to an aboriginal demon was placed on the altar during Holy Mass televised to the world, the cleansing of that sanctuary must, likewise, be broadcast to the world. Until that time, I have no interest in that place and Rome isn’t getting a penny of mine.

  21. mo7 says:

    Sometimes I think it may be nothing that we’ve thought of. Something fantastic like His holiness is being held captive and these things are being forced on him. Maybe they are a message for help or something.

  22. NOCatholic says:

    While I’m far from convinced we are near the time of the End (for one thing, Pope Francis is not the AntiChrist — Emilio’s description was accurate), this desecration is certainly an echo. And the cessation of the Holy Sacrifice of the mass on that alter is an unmistakable sign.

    I have to wonder if it will fall to the next Pope to offer atonement and reparation, before the the High Altar is used again.

    My God have mercy on us all.

  23. Cafea Fruor says:

    Wasn’t it the same week as the pachamama bowl debacle that the Vatican extended an agreement with the government of China about bishops?

    Perhaps it’s not coincidence that the novel coronavirus came out of China? ?

  24. Semper Gumby says:

    Emilio wrote: “He is an extremely enigmatic figure, which makes him even harder to read fairly.”

    Hogwash. There’s more than enough evidence for anyone with eyes to see.

    NOCatholic wrote: “Emilio’s description was accurate.”

    Speak! O Glorious Death Party Collaborator! Speak!

  25. NOCatholic says:

    And what, exactly, has that ad hominem to do with the topic of this thread?

  26. Semper Gumby says:

    I’m not obligated to answer you, particularly given your Death Party harangues over the past three months. But I will say this: Not ad hominem, rather an accurate description of your behavior over the past three months and applicable to this post. Think about it.

  27. NOCatholic says:

    Semper Gumby: So you add to your “Death Party”accusation a mention of “harangues” for posts of mine you happen to disagree with, and cast aspersions over my posts to boot. That seems like the sin of calumny. I suggest you examine your conscience.

    May your remaining Advent be blessed, and have a merry Christmas and a Happy New year.

  28. Semper Gumby says:

    Those who live by Death Party Collaborator harangues should not whine when they are critiqued.

    Stop the Steal.

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