Friday, March 30, 2018

Pope changes his mind: There is a HELL

Slayer, "Hell Awaits"; Nat'l Public Radio (Two Way,; Editors, Wisdom Quarterly
Beloved Latino Pope Francis of Argentina celebrates the Chrism Mass at St. Peter's Basilica on Holy Thursday in Vatican City (Alessandra Benedetti/Corbis/Getty Images)

Devil and Church together again?
Things got a little heated at the Vatican this week when an Italian journalist reported that Pope Francis denied the existence of hell.
Apparently, the fiery 93-year-old avowed atheist reporter, Eugenio Scalfari of La Repubblica, set the social media world aflame after writing in Italian that when asked about the fate of "bad souls," the pontiff responded, "Hell does not exist."
  • [NOTE: He would not be the first pope to deny the existence of hell for "we-want-to-be-more-popular Roman Catholicism: the previous pope, not the Nazi Pope Benedict, but the good and beloved Pope John Paul II said the same thing, redefining "hell" as the more palatable just any kind of "separation from hell" but not all the fire and brimstone stuff. The reason for the reassessment seems to be a bid to gain many, many millions more adherents no matter what the tenets of the religion actually are. Ask a old school Catholic, and s/he will say, "Of course there's a hell!" and be dumbfounded to read the infallible pope's writing on the subject as there now not being one. And nice guy Pope Francis, former longtime henchman for bad Pope Benedict, was now admitting the same thing. Whether or not there's a hell, Catholicism certainly believes there is. Catholics, on the other hand, probably mostly don't believe but certainly fear it, and it will take generations to clear the fear from their consciousness, yet another reason why there are so many "recovering Catholics." Catholicism is the make believe religion of colonial-hegemonic empire, Emperor Constantine's way of trying to rule an empire by cherry picking Christian teachings and tossing out all of the inconvenient stuff. The wannabe "universal" religion, like the Protestant Christianity that came after it, originated as a Roman psy-op, as was widely reported a few years back. Catholicism and Christianity are the great appropriators of many other religions, taking all of the their beliefs from Mithraism, Zorastrianism, Judaism, Hinduism/Mahayana Buddhism, and the many paganisms of the now Christian world. (See, e.g., the work of Archaya S).]
Tell them there's no hell, Papa. - But our guy says there is. - Change this book! - O.K.
Co-Pope Benedict, former Nazi Youth
The pope continued, according to Scalfari, saying (emphasis added), "The disappearance of sinful souls exists."

The statements spurred Catholics and other believers to grab their virtual pitchforks to express their fury, which the Vatican has since tried to cool.

The Vatican adamantly rejected Scalfari's characterization of the conversation, which it insisted was not an official interview but rather a "private meeting." 

On Friday -- Good Friday -- the Vatican issued a statement saying:
"What is reported by the author in today's article is the fruit of his reconstruction, in which the precise words uttered by the Pope are not cited. No quotations in the aforementioned article, then, should be considered as a faithful transcription of the words of the Holy Father." More
"Christianity" created for social control

(Therearenosunglasses) Was Jesus Christ an anti-Jewish Roman [Flavian Family] PsyOp?

Jesus is American and Republican.
Biblical scholars at the “Covert Messiah” Conference at Conway Hall in London on October 19th presented a controversial discovery to the British public: “[Jesus Christ] may be the only fictional character in literature whose entire life story can be traced to other sources.”

American Biblical scholar Joseph Atwill appeared with them to present a controversial new discovery:

I will be your new God. Forget the others.
Ancient confessions recently uncovered now prove that the New Testament was written by first-century Roman aristocrats and that they fabricated the entire story of Jesus Christ. His presentation was part of the one-day symposium entitled “Covert Messiah” at Conway Hall in Holborn. More

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