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PostPosted: Tue Oct 25, 2011 3:25 am    Post subject: Pope praises satan, vatican made throne for Satan  Reply with quote


Vatican calls for One World Order
WATCH Cardinal Peter Turkson, head of the Vatican Justice and Peace department.
I am all for both justice and peace but this is satanic, and is neither one!

Vatican calls for One World Financial Order, central world bank
The New World Order will be the Beast - 666 - system of Revelation chapter 13.
Needless to say, using 'financial' changes nothing.  THIS IS IT.
And the pope is the beast!  Evil.  Satan.

Vatican calls for global financial authority
Vatican Calls for New World Economic Order
October 24, 2011  
The Vatican called for the establishment of a global public authority and a central world bank to rule over financial institutions that have become outdated and often ineffective in dealing fairly with crises.
Turkson said it should please the Occupy Wall Street anarchists.

Vatican urges major economic reform, world dictator distributes all wealth
The Vatican called for radical reform of the world financial systems, including the creation of a global political authority, universal jurisdiction, to manage the economy.
Turkson calls for a new world economic order based on ethics and the achievement of a universal common good.
Pope16 denounced a profit-at-all-cost mentality as responsible for the global financial meltdown.
He suggests the reform process begin with the Muslim-dominated United Nations.

Vatican pronouncements are meant to guide world leaders.
It highlights that reforms must assure that financial and monetary policies will not damage the weakest economies while also achieving fair distribution of the world's wealth.

Vatican calls for global authority on economy
Oct. 24, 2011
 The Vatican called for the establishment of a global public authority and a central world bank to rule
over financial institutions that have become outdated and often ineffective in dealing fairly with crises.
The document from the Vatican’s Justice and Peace department should please the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrators and similar movements around the world who have protested against the economic downturn.

“Towards Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of a Global Public Authority,” was at times very specific, calling, for example, for taxation measures on financial transactions. “The economic and financial crisis which the world is going through calls everyone, individuals and peoples, to examine in depth the principles and the cultural and moral values at the basis of social coexistence,” it said.

It condemned what it called “the idolatry of the market” as well as a “neo-liberal thinking” that it said looked exclusively at technical solutions to economic problems. “In fact, the crisis has revealed behaviours like selfishness, collective greed and hoarding of goods on a great scale,” it said, adding that world economics needed an “ethic of solidarity” among rich and poor nations.

“If no solutions are found to the various forms of injustice, the negative effects that will follow on the social, political and economic level will be destined to create a climate of growing hostility and even violence, and ultimately undermine the very foundations of democratic institutions, even the ones considered most solid,” it said.
It called for the establishment of “a supranational authority” with worldwide scope and “universal jurisdiction” to guide economic policies and decisions.

Asked at a news conference if the document could become a manifesto for the movement of the “indignant ones”, who have criticised global economic policies, Cardinal Peter Turkson, head of the Vatican’s Justice and Peace department, said: “The people on Wall Street need to sit down and go through a process of discernment and see whether their role managing the finances of the world is actually serving the interests of humanity and the common good. “We are calling for all these bodies and organisations to sit down and do a little bit of re-thinking.”

Turkson is someone to watch, FWIW - supposedly, he's doing alot of work behind the scenes in the Vatican

Revelation 13

UNKNOWN Evils of the Vatican, Purgatory

* 666 * Beast * antiChrist and the Vatican

Pope is the Beast

666 * XXX Number Name Mark of The beast / Destroyer

Compare the Holy Bible to the Roman Catholic church

The pope is a beast of Revelation 13

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Pope to promote peace in talks with world religious leaders

October 25, 2011  VATICAN CITY, Oct 25
Pope Benedict XVI has invited 300 religious leaders to a meeting in Assisi in Italy to repudiate “violence in the name of God” amid growing tensions fuelled by fundamentalists across the world.
The day of interreligious council, which will be held on Thursday in St. Francis of Assisi’s birthplace, is intended to be a “journey of reflection, dialogue and prayer for peace and justice in the world,” the Vatican said.

Over 50 Islamic representatives are expected to attend the talks from several countries, including Saudi Arabia and Iran.
They will be joined by Rabbis, Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, a Zoroastrian, a Bahai and representatives of Taoism and Confucianism as well as of other traditional religions from Africa and America.

For the first time, four atheists will also attend the meeting, which is traditionally organised so as not to coincide with the Muslim day of prayer on Friday, the Jewish one on Saturday or the Christian one on Sunday.
However, the Imam from the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, a heavyweight authority on Sunnism, will not be coming, having fallen out with the pope after he urged Egypt to protect Christians from attacks by radical Islamists.

The meeting is being criticised by Catholic fundamentalists who are strongly against the idea of dialogue with other religions. French fundamentalist Regis de Cacqueray said 1,000 masses would be needed to be said in reparation.
The event marks the 25th anniversary of the first interreligious meeting in Assisi, organised by John Paul II in 1986 as a “day of prayer” inspired by the United Nation’s proclamation of an International Year of the Peace.

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the then prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, chose not to attend because of concerns shared by traditionalists that it risked mixing religions into a vague common belief.
While guests attending this year’s encounter — the third in Assisi — will in principle follow a “common course”, those who wish to pray will do so separately, according to their beliefs, the Holy See has said.

Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, who helped organise the first Assisi day in 1986, said John Paul II had been careful to avoid mixing beliefs, and Benedict XVI was no different.
“Interreligious dialogue has spread” over the last 25 years, and the pope sees it “as a common, irrevocable heritage of Christian sensibility,” he said.

The pope’s main aim is for participants to agree to “a common commitment to reject the instrumentalism of religion and the use of violence in the name of God,” said a Vatican insider.
Number two of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Pier Luigi Celata, said the problems that particularly concern religions are immigration, cultural diversity, religious liberty and the defence of the family.
“These issues oblige faithful people from different religions to look for common solutions,” he said.

At the end of the day of talks, the main participants will renew their commitment to peace in the square in front of St. Francis’ Basilica.
A burning torch will be symbolically presented to the delegations in the hope that they will take the message back with them to their communities.
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Pope Benedict's Interfaith Outreach
As a cardinal, Joseph Ratzinger was skeptical about a common concept of God.
October   27,  2011
In this Umbrian hilltop city 25 years ago, Buddhists chanted to the accompaniment of gongs and drums, Zoroastrians tended a sacred fire, and an American Indian medicine man in traditional headdress smoked a peace pipe and called down the blessings of the "Great Spirit." In a moment that produced the day's most famous image, robed leaders of the world's major religions sat side by side under a sign bearing various translations of the word "peace."

The World Day of Prayer for Peace on Oct. 27, 1986, was of one of the most remarkable events in the spectacle-filled reign of Pope John Paul II. It epitomized that pontiff's historic opening to other faiths, the legacy of which is now known as the "Spirit of Assisi."
On Thursday, some 300 religious leaders returned to the city of St. Francis to join Pope Benedict XVI in commemorating his predecessor's gesture and renewing their commitment to the cause of peace. Yet this year's event differed in several ways that reflected the current pope's distinctive approach to interreligious dialogue.

The 1986 meeting at Assisi, for all its appeal to those of other persuasions, was far from universally popular among Catholics. Among its critics was then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, head of the Vatican's doctrinal office, who told an interviewer that Assisi "cannot be the model" for such encounters. The cardinal later wrote that "multireligious prayer" of the kind offered there "almost inevitably leads to false interpretations, to indifference as to the content of what is believed or not believed, and thus to the dissolution of real faith."

Pope Benedict XVI with religious leaders at Saint Francis Basilica on Thursday in Assisi, Italy.
Such prayer should occur only rarely, Cardinal Ratzinger wrote, and to "make clear that there is no such thing . . . as a common concept of God or belief in God, that difference not merely exists in the realm of changing images and concepts" but in the substance of what different religions claim.

Of course, Cardinal Ratzinger is now Pope Benedict, so it was hardly surprising that this year's Assisi gathering would reflect his concerns about religious relativism. Not that everyone was on message: A Hindu swami declared that "truth is one" even though "professed in many different ways," and there were several invocations of one deity or another. Otherwise public prayer was conspicuously absent. Even this restrained display, however, was too much for the most intransigent opponents of ecumenism.

Followers of the late Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, the ultra-traditionalist who cited the first Assisi gathering as a major factor in his decision to break with Rome in 1988, are now considering a Vatican overture that would bring an end to more than two decades of schism. Yet a statement authorized by their current leader denounced this week's event as a "dreadful blasphemy toward God as well as an occasion of scandal for all on earth."

This year's gathering did draw another group traditionally resistant to the appeal of interfaith activity: those who profess no religion at all. Among the guests chosen to speak in Assisi's Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, along with the patriarch of Constantinople and the archbishop of Canterbury, was the Bulgarian-French psychoanalyst Julia Kristeva, one of four nonbelievers in attendance.

Benedict's decision to include agnostics, to whom he dedicated the conclusion of his address, was the choice most revealing of his priorities. In acknowledgment of their presence, Thursday's official program called for "reflection and/or prayer," and the day itself was rechristened one of "reflection, dialogue and prayer." Thus at a gathering of religious leaders, worship had become optional.

This change, redefining the group as united not by faith but by the desire for peace and justice, ruled out any interpretation of their meeting as an advertisement for religious syncretism. Even more importantly, opening the dialogue to nonreligious "seekers of the truth" underscored one of the major themes of Benedict's pontificate: the need for Western culture to restore its dialogue between faith and reason, and thus to rehabilitate the concept of objective truth in the realms of metaphysics and ethics.

This audacious goal has unsettling implications for Catholicism's relations with other faiths. After all, if religion is of more than merely subjective value, and if its many varieties are not just different expressions of the same reality, it follows that some religions are truer than others. And Benedict has never hidden his conviction of where the truth in its fullness lies.

However undiplomatic it may seem in certain contexts, Benedict's emphasis on objective truth is, by his lights, essential to the agenda for which he prayed in Assisi. As he told a European ambassador last week, social justice is based on norms accessible to all, derived not from divine revelation but from "reason and nature"—that is, from "universally applicable principles that are as real as the physical elements of the natural environment."
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Isn't it amazing we're starting to see these prophecies unfold slowly but surely in these times we are living in now?
Not just the one in the OP, but ALOT to say the least - but then again, I myself am a Gen-Xer(who grew up when the MTV/Pepsi generation started), so I guess I shouldn't be that surprised.

The more I think about these things, the more I realize how alot of New Age/Gnostic ideologies et al have infiltrated every institution you can think of. I grew up with them in the public schools, as well as the mass media(what you see on tv and the movies now was UNHEARD of WAY back then).

Now it's within the church walls - and what saddens me is that my mom has been noticing in recent years from whatever pastor we listen to, alot of error is coming out of the pulpits, but then she(among others I'm around with) end up STOPPING SHORT and saying "We're not supposed to judge them". And then she insists how Christians HAVE TO be in church buildings at least twice a day on Sundays.(which is pretty much echoed in alot of Christian books) Again, I feel my mom is very discerning, but at the same time something is stopping her(among others) short.

Seriously, 1) There's NO scripture support saying churches have to be in buildings, and 2) There's PLENTY of scripture support saying if the pastor, deacon, etc are out of line, the word of God needs to be used to rebuke them. No, we're not "judging" them when doing so.
And then there's what the Vatican is doing, but all the Protestant/Baptist churches have not only turned a blind eye, but welcomed them with open arms. Oh but wait, they go from "We're not supposed to judge them" to "Let's be good buddies with them"? The logic is COMPLETELY off.

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One-world government Catholic Church
November   8,  2011
 The nefarious Vatican is ignorant of economics yet desire to 'fix' the world economy.
The fool from hell, pope Benedict labels the economic crisis 'moral' while the vatican is pompous and wealthy beyond imagination.
I have said for a couple years this pope wants to move the vatican to Jerusalem Israel and rule the world.

Pope16 to hold mass in Berlin Hitler's Stadium
Sept 21, 2012
Berlin's Olympic Stadium where Pope Benedict XVI will hold a giant mass Thursday is steeped in history, from the 1936 Games showcasing Hitler's dreams of racial supremacy to the 2006 World Cup final.
German-born Benedict's sermon is set to be one of the high points of his four-day trip, his first state visit to his homeland, but the ghosts of his country's Nazi past will hang heavily in the air.

The stadium was built for the 1936 games, famous for the performance of black American sprinter Jesse Owens, who made a mockery of Nazi master race theories by winning gold in the 100m, 200m, 4x100m relay and the long jump.
Designed by Werner March, advised by Hitler's architect Albert Speer, it remains an imposing example of Nazi architecture, with vast grey towers and a neo-classical aspect.

The stadium survived the Allies' intense bombardment of Berlin practically intact, and once Germany surrendered in 1945 it became the headquarters for British troops.
Its name was changed from the Reichssportfeld to the Olympiastadion and it was gradually stripped of all signs of the Nazi regime including giant swastikas and "Aryan" statues.

The stadium, around 11 kilometres (seven miles) west of the Brandenburg Gate in the heart of Berlin, underwent a 240-million-euro ($328 million) overhaul for the 2006 football World Cup in Germany.
The refurbished arena reopened in 2004 with a spectacular new roof, improved stands and a distinctive blue running track, on which Jamaica's Usain Bolt would five years later smash both 100m and 200m world records.

The Olympic Stadium now plays an important role in the cultural and sporting life of the city. It is home to the capital's only Bundesliga football team, Hertha Berlin, and often plays host when the German national side plays.
It was the venue for the World Cup final between Italy and France, won by the Italians on penalties and made famous by French star Zinedine Zidane's sending off after a brutal headbutt on Italian defender Marco Materazzi.
The stadium has also been used for concerts by the likes of U2, the Rolling Stones and Robbie Williams.

Nor will the pope's mass be the first religious ceremony held within its vast stands. A week after hosting the World Cup final, some 25,000 gathered for a 10-hour-long Christian festival.
And in July, around 20,000 yoga fans braved persistent rain to take part in a huge festival organised by one of India's best-known gurus, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.

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Dominionists are on the move…and they mean business
10/14/11  By Marsha West
"Once we have the apostles in place, we will then bring the intercessors and the prophets into the inner circle, and we will end up with the spiritual core we need to move ahead for retaking the dominion that is rightfully ours."  -- C. Peter Wagner
Until recently not many folks were aware of a man by the name of C. Peter Wagner.  But Wagner is quickly becoming a person of interest thanks largely to Christian Right (CR) becoming chummy with him and other high-level charismatic dominionists.   In the past couple of months much has been written on pro-family groups uniting of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) dominionists.  In fact it was the prominent American Family Association (AFA) that sponsored Governor Rick Perry's August 2011 prayer rally The Response that included many NAR notables in leadership roles.  

The NAR's purpose is to restore the office of Apostles and Prophets and advance the Kingdom of God.  According to Albert James Dager "dominion theology is predicated upon three basic beliefs: 1) Satan usurped man's dominion over the earth through the temptation of Adam and Eve; 2) The Church is God's instrument to take dominion back from Satan; 3) Jesus cannot or will not return until the Church has taken dominion by gaining control of the earth's governmental and social institutions. (Online source)
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Vatican  built a throne for Satan  
Leaked pictures from the Vatican show that Benedict XVI has built a throne for Satan, exact copy of the throne of the Devil in hell.
Several photos

Benedict XVI builds the throne of Satan at the Vatican
Nov 26, 2011  Leaked pictures from the Vatican show that Benedict XVI has built a throne for Satan, exact copy of the throne of the Devil in hell.

With this is fulfilled the prophecy that says that Satan would establish his throne at the Vatican.
Finally the throne of Satan has been established on earth.

It appears ALL popes praise Lucifer / satan / the devil
The vatican has an altar to satan, idols

Poop Benedict XVI invokes Lucifer during Easter vigil Mass in St Peter's Basilic in front of thousands of followers

Popes are SATANISTS!
April 8, 2012

Flammas eius lúcifer matutínus invéniat:
ille, inquam, Lúcifer, qui nescit occásum.
Christus Fílius tuus,
qui, regréssus ab ínferis, humáno géneri serénus illúxit,
et vivit et regnat in sæcula sæculórum.

Which translates:
Flaming Lucifer finds Mankind,
I say: Oh Lucifer who will never be defeated,
Christ is your son
who came back from hell, shed his peaceful light and is alive and reigns in the world without end.

Jesuit pope Francis

Pope Francis Worships Lucifer at Easter Mass 2014

Popes praise satan, vatican is Satans throne

Evil or Very Mad
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Isn't the Vatican worth Billions? Trillions? What Hypocricy!

Vatican Lists 7 Social Sins, Including Drug Abuse

1.  Bioethical violations such as birth control
2.  Morally dubious experiments such as stem cell research
3.  Drug abuse
4.  Polluting the environment
5.  Contributing to widening divide between rich and poor
6.  Excessive wealth
7.  Creating poverty


Pope heads into busy Christmas season tired, weak  Dec 17, 2011    
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Benedict XVI seems worn out.
People who have spent time with him recently say they found him weaker than they'd ever seen him, seemingly too tired to engage with what they were saying. He no longer meets individually with visiting bishops. A few weeks ago he started using a moving platform to spare him the long walk down St. Peter's Basilica.

Benedict turns 85 in the new year, so a slowdown is only natural. Expected. And given his age and continued rigorous work schedule, it's remarkable he does as much as he does and is in such good health overall: Just this past week he confirmed he would travel to Mexico and Cuba next spring.

But a decline has been noted as Benedict prepares for next weekend's grueling Christmas celebrations, which kick off two weeks of intense public appearances. And that raises questions about the future of the papacy given that Benedict himself has said popes should resign if they can't do the job.

Back at home, however, it seems the daily grind of being pope — the audiences with visiting heads of state, the weekly public catechism lessons, the sessions with visiting bishops — has taken its toll. A spark is gone. He doesn't elaborate off-the-cuff much anymore, and some days he just seems wiped out.

Take for example his recent visit to Assisi, where he traveled by train with dozens of religious leaders from around the world for a daylong peace pilgrimage. For anyone participating it was a tough, long day; for the aging pope it was even more so.
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IBM's Five Best Predictions in Tech for the Next Five Years
You will never need a password again
Passwords won't be necessary because security measures will depend on your biological makeup.
Biometric data such as retinal scans and voice files will be combined through software to build you a DNA-unique online password.  Evil or Very Mad

Second Vatican state to be established in Jerusalem

Prophecy Reality Series  Tom Friess Joins Nicklas
The Old City of Jerusalem will become a special regim”. It will be an autonomous, self-governing entity.
The Chief Administrator will have minimum reliance on the existing regimes and structures”.

On the left of the Pope the Commander Swiss guards Elmar Theodor Mäder to right personal bodyguard, the Pope Benedict,
Domenico Giani is the Inspector General of the Corpo della Gendarmeria, the police and security force of Vatican City.

Investigative Journalism
This is a policy proposal from “Jerusalem Old City Initiative”. The proposal is a fruit of the “peace process”, and inter faith dialogues between Jews, Muslims, Catholics and claimed to be “Christians”.
People are not aware that the planning of a the seat of the last antichrist has reached its final stages. This work got a booster after the implementation of the Oslo “peace accord”.

The final push for the end game, started with the formation of The Council of the Religious Institutions of the Holy Land in 2005. This council has Muslims, Jews, Catholics and claimed to be “Christians” in its governing body.
When you read their statement of faith, you are introduced to the final One World Religion. They try to tell us that all faiths leads to the same god. Now they plan the arrival of their leader.

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