I’ve been spending a lot of time recently in the Old Testament, seeing how again and again and again the People whom God chose broke covenant after covenant after covenant. God punished them with afflictions to bring them back and then loaded more and more laws on them to teach them how dependent they were on Him. It got so bad that God eventually saddled them with nearly impossible responsibilities in a second book of Law to be left outside the Ark (unlike the Decalogue) so that it would be a witness against them and some of the laws were, as Ezekiel says, “bad”, precisely to strip them of their pride.
A poignant lesson is to be drawn from the fall of Solomon and the chastisement of the Davidic Kingdom. God permits the Northern Kingdom to be separated with those tribes, with a King not of the Davidic line, Jeroboam, while keeping Juda in the South, retaining the “scepter” but greatly reduced, with an heir of David by Solomon but from an Ammonite woman, a wicked King Rehoboam. In the North, Jeroboam makes not one but two calves of gold, which leads to their destruction and scattering by the Assyrians. Rehoboam, in the South, also set up idols and even male cult prostitution. Tell that to certain Jesuits and highly placed prelates! Eventually, Babylon.
Idolatry and filthiness.
What happened in the separation of the North and South is a kind of foreshadowing of the sad fact of schism in the Church. Schism results from bad, even wicked leadership in the Church.
At the core of so much division and suffering is idolatry and its corrosive moral consequences.
Thus to my topic.
At Crisis, Eric Sammons writes what a lot of people think but are afraid to say for fear of the scorn of modernists.
Modernists reduce the supernatural to the natural. That the essence of their deviation from God.
Pachamama Did This
When the story of Covid is one day told, historians will speculate as to the cause of both the virus itself and the worldwide reaction to it. The hubris of playing with nature in our labs will surely be mentioned. Many historians will likely emphasize the sociological implications of fear on a massive scale. And of course one cannot ignore the growing authoritarianism that found a spark to light its fuse.
However, what I believe is the root cause will most likely remain hidden: Pachamama.
You read that correctly: I believe that the Covid pandemic and the horrific response to it were directly caused by the veneration of this pagan idol in the Vatican by prelates, priests, and lay people. In October 2019 a false idol was set up in the heart of the Catholic Church, and soon after all hell broke loose on earth.
Bishops worldwide locked the doors of our churches. The dying were denied Last Rites. Catholics could not find priests to hear Confessions. Governments forced citizens into lockdowns. Children were forcibly masked for hours each day. The unvaccinated were treated like lepers. Small business owners lost their life’s work with the stroke of a governor’s pen.
Would this have happened if Pachamama had been kept out of Rome? I do not think so.
He gives his ideas about how to get out of the mess we are in. I have my own, and they all involve… you guessed it… proper sacred liturgical worship, the exact OPPOSITE of idolatry. The greater the problem, the greater the need the serious worship, not half measures.
Coincidently, when the Novus Ordo was being imposed, the Leonine Prayers were abandoned. Things got worse.
Coincidently, when Pachamama’s demon cult bowl was placed at the direction of Francis on the altar of St. Peter’s Basilica, there were already machinations afoot to attack the Traditional Latin Mass and the people who desire it. Things have gotten worse.
I suspect that now that people who desire something good are being marginalized and attacked by their pastors, their sufferings will bring great graces of renewal to the Church. For this reason, people should willingly join their own mortifications to those sufferings and help to raise the tide.
I, for one, would really like to know where that bowl went. Who has it? Where is it preserved? Somewhere within the borders of the Vatican City State? Somewhere in the precincts of St. Peter’s or nearby? Where is that damned bowl? It could very well be a cursed object, like a fortuna, along with being an object of a demon cult.