The Catholic Church is behind psychiatry.
Catholicism and psychiatry are representative of the two orders in the universe, i.e., supernatural and natural, divine and human, heaven and earth. Denial of the former has led to idols or the worship of false gods, among them, the Goddess Science. Both faith and science come from God and are not enemies.
– The Roman Catholic Faith and the Science of Psychiatry, Luz G. Gabriel
That is simply a restatement of Priests and Kings – the ancient Nesilim order to rule the world.
The Cross and the Orb – the double-headed eagle
The Church is essentially human and divine, visible but endowed with invisible realities. She is the manifest Society and at the same time, the spiritual Community. These dimensions together comprise one composite actuality which comes from both a divine and human components.
– Catechism of the Catholic Church: CCC #771.
Divine and Human = Priests and Kings.
Although the Catholic Church often tries to sidestep the issue, the fact remains that one of their core teachings is essentially demonology, the realm of Satan or the devil purportedly.
In my article Catholicism and Scientology – Satanic Cults I discuss a number of aspects held in common in those two apparently disparate subjects.
In this post I aim to discuss more specifically, the propaganda concerning demonology and spiritual ability which led the way towards the bulk of the core premises of psychiatry.
The introduction of the idea of Satan, of Lucifer and demons, isn’t as old as you might think. It came into being around the same time as every other crazy idea espoused by the followers of the double-headed eagle symbol – the time of the supposed Renaissance – which was really the beginning of the Dark Ages of Man, as I call it.
To introduce the ideas of demonology is to present them as real, and as existing.
This is why I call both scientology and catholicism Satanic cults.
Along with any other ism or ology that portends that there is a ‘devil’ or a ‘God’.
Such people are devil-worshippers – by the very fact that they ascribe a powerful ‘devil’ exists!
It’s not an acknowledgement of the existence of any real creature of which they describe, it was the creation of such a creature that bespoke of the minds from which it came – that pointed the finger of responsibility squarely at their heads, not from some all-powerful God speaking to them on the psychic telephone as is often claimed. It was a lie.
Myths shape perception.
Changing Images of Man – p. 155.
Changing Images of Man OCRd – PDF file
Probably one of the worst and most obvious examples of forwarding this complete lie, however often it is charitably referred to as a myth, was Pope Nicholas V, a woman-hater and a fervent slavemaster.
Slavery and burning witches began with this guy.
In 1452, it was his Dominican Inquisitor Nicholas Jacquier who ‘confirmed’ witchcraft as heresy in Flail Against the Heresy of Witchcraft thereby justifying European witchhunts. This began the burning of over 200,000 people over the next two hundred years – mostly women – on the charge of Witchcraft.
That same year, Nicholas V legalized the enslavement of African “infidels” with profits going to the Catholic Church. He issued “Dum Diversas” (18 June 1452) authorizing King Alfonso V of Portugal to “attack, conquer, and subjugate Saracens, pagans and other enemies of Christ wherever they may be found.”
What this means is –
ANY non-Christians were now reduced to the status of slaves.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, he then expanded on the point –
Romanus Pontifex, issued on January 8, 1455, sanctioned the purchase of black slaves from “the infidel”.
“… many Guineamen and other negroes, taken by force, and some by barter of unprohibited articles, or by other lawful contract of purchase, have been … converted to the Catholic faith, and it is hoped, by the help of divine mercy, that if such progress be continued with them, either those peoples will be converted to the faith or at least the souls of many of them will be gained for Christ.”
The souls of many of them will be ‘gained’ for Christ. And what was this conversion/gaining process?
Torture, subjugation, isolation and servitude.
Right there, you see what will later be called psychiatry, put into action.
Right there in history.
Not thousands and millions of years ago, not as a ‘tradition’ handed down from Egypt or Sumeria or whatever-the-frack myth they invented –
With Roman Catholic Pope Nicholas V
proudly wearing his Nesilim Kings-and-Priests hat.
That’s when psychiatry really went ‘live’ – and there it has stayed all the way to this day.
As such, one would expect to see Catholic ‘benificence’ of controlling the diagnosis, treatment and care of the so-called insane start showing up – indeed, that was the case.
Since we already know the ‘bible’ itself wasn’t even written as such until starting around the time of the fall of Constantinople – See Backdated Overpopulation Myths and the Forging of the Bible – which coincided with the ‘gathering’ of so-called divinely inspired materials by our favorite slavemaster Pope, Pope Nicholas V, we would expect to see some references concerning insanity as a political and propaganda weapon show up in these writings.
And so it was…
In Deuteronomy Moses speaks to the children of Israel in the wilderness and warns that if they do not keep all the commandments, “The Lord will strike you with madness, blindness and panic” (Dt. 28:28).
Saul, as punishment for his disobedience to God, goes into a deep depression, stops eating and eventually commits suicide by falling on his sword (1 Sam. 31).
Jesus cures the possessed along with lepers, the blind, the deaf and the lame.
In Matthew, a man comes to Jesus beseeching him: “Lord, have pity on my son, for he is a lunatic. And Jesus rebuked him, and the demon came out of him, and from that hour the boy was cured” (Mt. 17:14-17).
In Mark, the Twelve are sent out two by two: “So they went off and preached repentance. They drove out many demons, and they anointed with oil many who were sick and cured them” (Mk. 6:12-13).
Even Luke, a physician, equates casting out devils with cure: “And even those who were tormented by unclean spirits were cured” (Lk 6:18).
The juxtaposition of cure of physical and mental illnesses is again found in the Acts of the Apostles. The sick were brought into the streets “so that when Peter came by, at least his shadow might fall on one or another of them. A large number of people from the towns in the vicinity of Jerusalem also gathered, bringing the sick and those disturbed by unclean spirits, and they were all cured” (Acts 5:15-16).]
– America magazine, The Church and Psychiatry July 30, 2001 issue
Casting out demons is almost always coupled with other ‘miracles’ of healing through, of course, the power of God and only God.
Traditionally, the medieval Church equated health and madness with good and evil. The mad were possessed by evil spirits, which could be driven out by beating, immersion in freezing water and periods in isolation. Sir Thomas More was as much in favour of thrashing the insane to bring them to their senses as he was of flogging heretics.
There was money to be made out of the misery…
– Bedlam: the brutal truth, 12 August 2008
I think that there has been deliberate misrepresentation and controlled distraction of attention to prevent anyone looking too close at this subject. Particularly, there is an obvious desire present to try and block the observation of that these ‘medieval’ ideas did not change, the core ideas have remained untouched.
We are still in a Dark Ages.
There is a curious statement in one of the Catholic Catechisms (a learning aid for catholics), concerning power over history.
Sometimes, not always, but sometimes, with truly malevolent and fearful persons, they give themselves and their actions away in the strangest places. It’s as if they can’t help but blurt out at least a little something as to their real actions and intents. On more than one occasion that I have observed, this often occurs in discourse on admonishing others as to what they must never do.
The line I am referring to comes from Catholic Catechism concerning the first commandment.
The Roman Catholic first ‘word’ – in the beginning was the word, and the word was with God, etc. – the first commandment of God, is:
“I am the Lord thy God: thou shalt not have strange gods before Me.”
The Catechism teaches that “The first commandment summons man to believe in God, to hope in him, and to love him above all else.”
Placing faith in and love of oneself, obviously, is therefore a ‘sin‘.
This is why diagrams of life, as the Catholics wish it seen, always show such views of oneself as the true ‘god’ over their own actions, as being a bad thing. Variously portrayed as being in restricted, lowered and in hell states – with the concurrent ideal state being to ascend and expand away from self into merging with God and losing all identity as self.
Sometimes called the Allness of All, and so on, this concept shows up in every major or even minor religion – giving proof to the idea that such things are merely an orchestrated propaganda campaign carried out for centuries now.
Here’s one example of a supposedly ‘different than’ catholicism minor religion utilizing this core concept – Scientology’s eight dynamics.
The concept is not different than Catholicism, it is simply reworded.
Discussions of the first commandment also list out actions that are forbidden, and only allowed by approved men of God, or God/Jesus.
Divination (seeking guidance regarding the future through horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, etc.) are prohibited by the first commandment. Magic and sorcery and similar sources of supernatural power over others are prohibited.
The long and short of all that is, you are not allowed to try and control your future or use any of your spiritual abilities to help yourself or others – because that ‘honor’ is owed, get that, OWED to God.
This particular segment of the catechism, is where we find that line I mentioned.
Consulting horoscopes, astrology, palm reading, interpretation of omens and lots, the phenomena of clairvoyance, and recourse to mediums all conceal a desire for power over time, history, and, in the last analysis, other human beings, as well as a wish to conciliate hidden powers. They contradict the honor, respect, and loving fear that we owe to God alone.
All practices of ‘’magic’’ or ‘’sorcery,’’ by which one attempts to tame occult powers, so as to place them at one’s service and have a supernatural power over others – even if this were for the sake of restoring their health – are gravely contrary to the virtue of religion.
– Catholic Catechism Part Three, Section Two, The Ten Commandments 2115-2117
Conceal a desire for power over…history. A curious line, don’t you think?
What it does show, is that whoever first wrote this obviously felt that a power over history was a formidable weapon indeed. Were they talking time travel?
They were talking history according to them.
These people, the Roman Catholic pontiffs and their counterpart British slavemasters, have built an entire matrix of history that simply either doesn’t exist at all, or is completely wrong – with the exception of a few deliberately misplaced in time actual events.
But what would a ‘demon’ power over history mean? Why would that be a problem?
Dollars to donuts, its because these ‘demons’ or rather ‘possessed’ persons can (and did) effectively challenge these fairy tale versions of history – and challenge it well enough to cause the scaredy-cat slavemasters to invent this whole horrible world of ‘demons’ and horrific treatments for those deemed insane, to try and scare everyone away.
And how did some of this challenging ‘by demons’ occur?
The very core, the very first part of the bible – Genesis – actually makes something quite crystal clear through one of its most well-known stories.
Adam and Eve.
Don’t roll your eyes at me…
Humorously speaking, cool your jets!
I’m not preparing to go off into one of the usual retarded tangents of aliens and ‘illuminati’ that abound out there, I never bought into any of that (contrary to some people’s intentions for me to do so). That’s all primarily just more false history.
I will say that out there in the ‘world’, there is literally like a sort of street vendor for bullshit versions of history that exists (and has for years now) busily hawking their wares 24/7. If you don’t like the ‘standard’ bullshit version, its like there is this ongoing sales pitch trying to keep you somewhere in their ridiculous little matrix of lies.
If I was to put these motions in a conversational form, it might look something like this: “Can I interest you in the ancient aliens version? I’ve also got the military-industrial-corporation-complex version, just in. Or…I know. How about the secret Bavarian Illuminati version? That’s always a good seller. Yes, yes. I know, that one is hundreds of years too late to amount to anything but hey, you’re not supposed to notice that…besides you have to choose one of them, right?”
Personally, I prefer the what-the-frack-really-happened version.
I was checking deeper into the Roman Catholic materials, along the lines of the First Commandment, when I noticed something else odd – and that is the real reason there is a snake in the Garden of Eden stories.
I came across a reference in the Vulgate, which was the first official bible in the New Latin by the Roman Catholic church, done under our favorite all-around-nutcase Pope, Nicholas V. It was this that first introduced (added) the “Old Testament” that contains the book of Genesis.
The reference was to pythons.
You know – like this:
Isaiah 19:3: And when they shall say to you: Seek of pythons, and of diviners, who mutter in their enchantments: should not the people seek of their God, for the living of the dead?
The living of the dead. This implies that ‘dead’ has a different nuance to it, meaning communicates by telepathy to the ‘living’ – with body – therefore also making a distinction between the “living” dead and the “dead” dead.
Ergo, one should only talk telepathically to GOD, not anyone else.
And this actually holds true throughout the bible.
As to what is meant by Python, that is fairly specific. The spirits of the “Dead”.
Which doesn’t mean dead dead (I feel like I’m in the middle of a bad joke with all this…lol) but seriously, ‘dead’ is more of a reference to spiritual communication that comes straight in to one’s head but not sensed through one’s ears.
Why did the Vulgate use the word Python?
Let’s look at a number of explanation/definitions for the word.
Most of us immediately think of the snake family called pythons. Pythons are extremely large snakes that surround their victim and slowly increase the pressure around their body, ultimately crushing them to death.
The naming of that family of snakes actually didn’t happen until medieval times – around the same time as all the declamatio works about ‘ancient’ Greece were being created as works-for-hire.
So, as part of one of the ‘myths’ created, there was one about Delphi and oracles, and Apollo and such. The greek word Pytho means Delphi.
Ergo python(n) was also a reference to the myths concerning oracles, who the story said ‘divined’ the future by speaking to the ‘dead’.
Another variation is pythoness, any woman able to prophecy, aka a witch. You will note that ‘prophecy’ can simply mean reading the minds of people who have plans, or even having excellent observation skills – which would look rather magical to superstitious, scared and ignorant little cretins, like those creating the Roman Catholic church.
And…we all now how Pope Nicholas V felt about women, so this gets kind of interesting – all this positioning of snakes and serpents and women.
We should expect to see one of Catholicism’s ‘demon’ indicators showing up in meanings of this term python, as we do.
Under Pythonism – we see the following:
- divination, divining,
- soothsaying, soothsay,
- crystalgazing; crystal ball;
Ah clairvoyance. There’s the one. This quite literally means far seeing – as in one’s spirit (not one’s body) can perceive events at great distances.
You might recognize it in the more modern term developed by scientologists Ingo Swann and Hal Puthoff at Stanford Research Institute in the 1970’s – remote viewing.
Exact same idea.
Obviously one’s eyeballs aren’t detaching from one’s body and going off to far locales – it is a spiritual action.
However, it can also be from someone in a far locale physically, who is then telepathically communicating to the person about something there.
Like this –
Another list inspired by Father Fr. Chad Ripperger (Introduction to the Science of Mental Health;Volume 2, Chapter 10: Demonic Influences pp 529-577) depicts pythons or ‘demonic’ powers as follows:
- Communicate By Telepathy (Thought)
- Move & Think At The Speed Of Thought
- Can Bi-Locate (Or Move So Quickly They Appear To Do So)
- Highly Skilled at Powers of Observation
So, the main attributes we have to this ‘pythons’ business are: telepathy, clairvoyance, incredibly skilled and fast in powers of observation, and a sort of code-name for incoming telepathy as being ‘spirits of the dead’. BUT, if it’s from god, well it’s the living dead as opposed to the dead dead.
Those dead deads – see – they are unapproved, they are anthema, they are enemies of ‘god’ – very obviously.
Now, I’m setting aside here any form of obvious charlatanism and black intelligence operations ala the Helena Blavatsky types, and mixing up something quite simple with all manner of hoodoo and voodoo and ‘mutterings’, as the Vulgate put it, and focusing on the real thing, so to speak.
The genuine article.
The people with the abilities that the Nesilim slavemasters metaphoric creation God, is always whining and gnashing his teeth about in any form of the bible.
The Real Thing.
in other words.
…if there’s one thing I know, it’s how to spot the genuine article. Because that’s what you gotta watch out for…the one thing you can never ever get around is the genuine article… – Steve Martin as Jonas in Leap of Faith.
The look on Steve Martin’s face when his character Jonas is faced with a real, live genuine article?
Much like we see “God’ metaphorically doing in the bible.
Distinguishing between charlatans, fakes, and ‘show’ types like Jonas in Leap of Faith, paradoxically, is also a distinction that the bible creators made.
There was a special class, a special python or serpent class, and that shows up in our Genesis story.
What you may not know is that the earliest artistic depictions of this, were of a woman snake – again showing exactly when this whole fiction was really created in the first place – the whole hatred of women and blaming women was a particular slant of the Roman Catholic church.
And as a dragon-type creature –
Detail of an initial-word panel, Bereshit (In the beginning) at the beginning of Genesis. The initial-word panel inhabited by dragons and connected to a vertical band running on the outer margin of the folio.
Sometimes depicted with wings, around the same time period.
With the import of emigree’s from Constantinople, came the addition of the declamatio creation called the Old Testament, in Hebrew, then translated into Latin during the 1450’s.
The Hebrew word “OBH” is often interpreted as “sorcerer” or “necromancer” and was often translated Python in the Roman Catholic Vulgate [Bible].
Reference – M. Oldfield Howey, The Encircled Serpent a Study of Serpent Symbolism in All Countries And Ages, 1900 p.142.
Bible reference –
…is one who asks or inquires of an Ob, that is, a Python, or divining spirit. This spirit was supposed to be in the person of the conjurer, and to be able to reveal to him what was secret or hidden in the future.
– Leviticus 20:27; 1 Samuel 28:7, 8; Acts 16:16.
Obviously, any such communication is being represented as occurring telepathically, so in a very real sense these python (snake) representations in Garden of Eden depictions carry the direct connotation of that it is evil to communicate telepathically – with anyone but God, you see.
Even more specifically, the particular snake represented out in these depictions – who has telepathic and having supernormal abilities – is Satan.
Asking ‘the dead’ in order to know = Python so we see that Python also = necromancer.
Spirits of the dead
(nekros, “dead”, and manteia, “divination”)
Necromancy is a special mode of knowing by contacting ‘the dead’. Understood by some to mean nigromancy (niger, black), which is the Italian, Spanish and old French form, the term suggests “black” magic or “black” art.
The core of the subject concerns the survival of the soul after death – a simple concept, not an evil one, and the idea that telepathic communication was possible between two spirits – one with body, one without – ie: the ‘living’ and the ‘dead’.
Cults developed created by charlatans who touted the false idea that disembodied spirits possessed superior knowledge – always, which is obviously simply a scare and degradation tactic of your basic stage-magician type of ‘diviners’ or ‘channelers’ – like Helena Blavatsky and her ‘ancient masters’, for example.
But, it was also a back-handed attack at ‘satan’ and others like him who did possess superior knowledge – see how that works?
It’s part of a black propaganda attack to characterize telepathic communication with, say, someone like that, as needing assorted retarded hoodoo and voodoo rituals – which of course it would not. Not to mention having the flakiest and weirdest people possible representing that they are ‘talking to the dead’.
All part of the propaganda.
The unnecessary rituals associated with necromancy carried ‘legends’ of that the evocation of the dead usually took place especially in caverns or volcanic regions.
This is why you see volcanos used as a setting, or as a symbol. It comes from catholicism, and the volcano represents necromancers aka Pythons – Satan.
Here’s a couple examples that might surprise you – the first is Tolkien and his Hobbit/Lord of the Rings saga.
Tolkien’s mother Mabel became a Roman Catholic in 1900 when Tolkien was just 8 years old. For the rest of the formative years of his life, he was deeply influenced by his mothers new-found religion. She wove its beliefs into each of the many subjects she focused her home-schooled children upon, whether it be Botany or Literature.
In 1913, when he was 21 (nine years after his mother had died) he wrote:
My own dear mother was a martyr indeed, and it is not to everybody that God grants so easy a way to his great gifts as he did to Hilary and myself, giving us a mother who killed herself with labour and trouble to ensure us keeping the faith.
His mother had assigned the guardianship of her sons to her close friend, Fr. Francis Xavier Morgan of the Birmingham Oratory, who was assigned to bring them up as good Catholics.
In a 1965 letter to his son Michael, Tolkien recalled the influence of the man whom he always called “Father Francis”: “He was an upper-class Welsh-Spaniard Tory, and seemed to some just a pottering old gossip. He was—and he was not. I first learned charity and forgiveness from him; and in the light of it pierced even the ‘liberal’ darkness out of which I came, knowing more [i.e. Tolkien having grown up knowing more] about ‘Bloody Mary’ than the Mother of Jesus—who was never mentioned except as an object of wicked worship by the Romanists.”
Father Francis was a Jesuit, and the Birmingham Oratory was a Jesuit concern. The name he had chosen, Francis Xavier, was after one of the six original companions of Ignatious Loyola, whom together had founded the Company of Jesus in 1534. Later Ignatious was joined by Francis Borgia, a member of the infamous House of Borgia, who was the main aide of Emperor Charles V, and other nobles.
“On the morning of the 15th of August, 1534, in the chapel of church of Saint Peter, at Montmartre, Loyola and his six companions, of whom only one was a priest, met and took upon themselves the solemn vows of their lifelong work.”
On 18 November 1538, the companions offered themselves to Pope Paul III for service in the church. They then faced another question. Should they remain as a group, that is, form a religious order, or should they be missioned for service as individuals? They conferred from March to June 1539, and from these deliberations the companions elected to form a religious order.
Ignatius composed a “way of life,” to which the Pope gave oral approval on 3 September 1539, reputedly saying, “The finger of God is here.”
After various political maneuvering for and against, Loyola and his companions won out, and on 27 September 1540, Pope Paul III signed the new order into existence with the bull Regimini militantis ecclesiae.
Fresco was made by Jan Kryštof Handke (Johann Christoph Handke) (1694-1774) after 1743. Depiction of Ignatius of Loyola receiving papal bull Regimini militantis Ecclesiae from Pope Paul III.
The aims of the Papal Bull Regimini militantis Ecclesiae, and of their founder Ignatius Loyola were several, but one of the main thrusts was to propagate and bolster the Catholic faith by education of the young.
By the mid 1550’s the Jesuits had expanded the scope of their original mission to include the public teaching of theology, and the right to grant degrees from their colleges even to those not intending to enter their order.
Reference – Humanism and Calvinism: Andrew Melville and the Universities of Scotland … by Steven J. Reid
In fact, Loyola was instrumental in forming the College of Rome, where it just so happens that was where the infamous Cerletti would later launch electric-shocking of humans as a ‘cure’ for insanity (in the 20th century).
As to what does Regimini militantis Ecclesiae mean?
Well, Regimini could be translated “for the administration” or the “regulation” or “the strategy” – of the Ecclesiae “Church” – militantis “miliant”.
A militant is someone who is engaged in a war or who acts aggressively for their cause. If you are militant in your beliefs, you do not question them anymore than a soldier questions his orders.
So…Strategy of the Church Militant sounds good to me as a translation, and Paul III’s bull gives rise to the soldiers of God concept, war-men, aka soldiers of light.
In Paul III’s bull on the Jesuits, we read:
Whoever desires to fight as a soldier of God beneath the banner of the cross in our Society, which we desire to be designated by the name of Jesus, and to serve the Lord alone and the Roman pontiff, his vicar on earth, should, after a solemn vow of perpetual chastity, bear in mind that he is part of a Society founded chiefly for this purpose: to direct its efforts primarily at the progress of souls in Christian life and doctrine and at the propagation of the Faith by means of public preaching and the ministry of the word of God…
This description was actually given to the Pope for his bull, by Ignatius and his companions – it’s their words.
Later, Vatican II’s Lumen gentium (“light of the nations”) refers to Christ giving light to the nations. Near the beginning of it, we come across that same word ‘mission’:
From this source [sc., the Spirit of Christ] the Church, equipped with the gifts of her Founder and faithfully guarding His precepts of charity, humility and self sacrifice, receives the mission to proclaim and to spread among all peoples the Kingdom of Christ and of God and to be, on earth, the initial budding forth of that kingdom. While she slowly grows, the Church strains toward the completed Kingdom and, with all its strength, hopes and desires to be united in glory with her King.
Ignatius called the fourth vow of the Jesuit, the nuestro principio y principal fundamento — words he penned in 1545, a mere five years after Paul III’s bull. It means – our first and principal foundation.
Five years after that, Pope Julius III (1487–1555) reconfirmed this “way of life” of the Jesuits, in Exposcit debitum, promulgated on 21 July 1550.
This is the version the Society of Jesus considers its founding document.
*See my post – The Fourth Vow to see a 1653 version of this, the oldest source that I have found so far.
A few paragraphs into his document, Julius III is giving the Society’s understanding of itself.
In addition to that ordinary bond of the three vows, we [i.e., the fully professed Jesuits] are to be obliged by a special vow to carry out whatever the present and future Roman pontiffs may order which pertains to the progress of souls and the propagation of the faith; and to go without subterfuge**
…or excuse, as far as in us lies, to whatsoever provinces they may choose to send [mittere-mission] us—whether they are pleased to send us among the Turks or any other infidels, even those who live in the region called the Indies, or among any heretics whatever, or schismatics, or any of the faithful.
The Exposcit debitum, by Julius III, also shows that the Society had changed some things by then. First, it specifies that the Society is to serve the Church under the Roman pontiff (and not to serve the Roman pontiff); secondly, by a change in word order, it makes more prominent the mission of propagating of the Faith and adds the words et defensionem.
That means that the purpose of the Society is now expressed as both the propagation and the defense of the Faith – a decidely more militaristic addition probably particularly aimed at the Luther/Protestant movement.
The third change is the means by which the Society might “help souls to make progress” – the ultra-amibiguous word lectiones, “lessons”.
The use of the term not only makes it so that they can operate in a less obviously religious manner, but it also means any number of methods, ways and ‘ideas’ could come under teaching other souls ‘lessons’ for them to make progress.
For example, this (below) would be characterized by men such as Ugo Cerletti, Professor of Psychiatry at Rome University – as a ‘lesson’.
Jack Nicholson in the movie One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest –
“I must look upon myself as a corpse, which has no voluntary motion…”
Ignatius Loyola – Jesuit Constitutions
The enforced near death experience levied on the ‘insane’ – people that do not conform in some way – is done in order to ‘teach the lesson’ and be ‘reborn’ in a more conforming frame-of-mind.
For example, in insulin shock, the second stage is administering glucose to bring the patient back to consciousness. Right then, was when doctors in England, Germany, and America (who first used this procedure) would take advantage of the terrified and disoriented patient to ‘counsel’ them. – they called it ‘readjusted‘….
When slowly brought out of the coma with glucose injections, his or her personality would now be temporarily “readjusted” – that’s what they called that disoriented and terrified (and very ill) state.
It was then that these sick, sick men would discuss their view of the problems with the patient, trying to enforce him to “banish his delusions” – with a big, giant or else of another near-death insulin treatment hanging in the balance over the guys head.
They called this good heart-to-heart psychotherapy.
The horror perpetrated by these people…is just…there are no words.
It was just the following year that the Jesuits participated in forming the Roman College in 1551.
Since his own education benefited from the organized “method of Paris,” Loyola legislated these organizational principles in part 5 of the Constitutions. The Template –
The Roman College, where Ugo Cerletti would later reside, its method of studies, or ratio studiorum, served as a template for Jesuit schools throughout the world.
Legislation required those preparing for priesthood to study courses in humanities, philosophy, and theology according to the “method of Paris,” a system characterized by a well-ordered approach to education that held Thomas Aquinas and his ideas as the best system in which:
reason could defend the truths of the faith.
Now there’s a loaded statement. There is no ‘reason’ possible with the very core ideas of the Catholic Church. A fact well-expressed by Thomas Jefferson.
Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions. Ideas must be distinct before reason can act upon them; and no man ever had a distinct idea of the trinity. It is the mere Abracadabra of the mountebanks calling themselves the priests of Jesus.
– Thomas Jefferson Letter to Francis Adrian Van der Kemp (30 July 1816), denouncing the doctrine of the Trinity; taken from The Jefferson Cyclopedia – available to view online at the Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.
Now, as to Tolkien’s guardian, Father Francis Xavier, a little back history.
After taking multiple different positions in religion, a man named John Henry Newman converted to Catholicism and became a Jesuit – part of an aggressive behind the scenes movement to regain England as spiritual territory for the Pope.
This covert movement went public with the Papal Bull Universalis Ecclesiae which re-established the Catholic diocesan hierarchy in England by Pope Pius IX on 29 September 1850. New Episcopal sees were created and Cardinal Nicholas Wiseman was to be the first Archbishop of Westminster.
On 7 October, Wiseman announced the Pope’s restoration of the Catholic hierarchy in England in a pastoral letter From out of the Flaminian Gate:
“Catholic England has been restored to its orbit in the ecclesiastical firmament, from which its light had long vanished, and begins anew its course of regularly adjusted action round the centre of unity, the source of jurisdiction, of light and vigour.”
Now Cardinal John Newman, he established the Birmingham Oratory, a Jesuit retreat where Father Francis Xavier Morgan resided when Mabel Tolkien first discovered this Catholic ‘sanctuary’. Morgan had obviously even taken on the name of one of Loyola’s first six companions.
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church tells us that Ignatius Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit society, had as his paramount aim:
…to rekindle religious fervour and practice in the Church through a more efficacious ministry. He also gave priority to pioneering mission work outside Europe and, after 1548, to the education of youth in schools.
While I definitely do not share in the passionate fervor and eagerness to believe propaganda the Catholics themselves put out, shared by some conspiracy theorists out there regarding the Jesuits, what is certainly true about them is that they were tasked with propagare – to propagate – the spread through propaganda of Catholicism in whatever way, method, or means that they could.
They would often recruit men for the profession that they were in, who were sometimes then tasked to keep their outward semblance of distance from the Jesuits but providing works or means that actually forwarded the Catholic agenda.
Hence – Propagare. This is why…..
This extended to the earliest days of the first colonies in America, as well as ‘world’ religions such as Buddhism, Taoism, Confucious, etc etc.. etc., and this is why these religions all have points that ‘match’ the Catholic Church – which then gives rise to the ridiculously self-serving slogan of that this indicates that ‘the truth’ is ‘universal’.
More like their propaganda is ‘universal’.
Even in the founding of the British colony in Maryland in 1634, the Jesuits were right there and built a chapel, lead by yet another man choosing the name of Francis Xavier, just like Tolkien’s guardian had done.
Robert Cecil, son of one of the key British slavemasters and spy network creator William Cecil, was intimately involved with the Jesuits. So, in the early 1600’s with the restoration of the Stuarts to the English throne (along with the establishment of Cecil as the King’s right-hand man) public worship in England and in the colonies was again possible. It was then that in Maryland, Father Henry Warren was able to purchase a large estate for the Jesuits using 40,000 pounds of tobacco.
Something you need to understand about that, is that in order to get that 40,000 pounds of tobacco? This was ‘payment’ for slaves brought in to America to work the plantations – by Jesuit underlings, who were spread throughout the slave trade at the time.
To illustrate the complete evil and duplicity of Catholic heads and their plans in any form – one need only witness their involvement with the creation of the conditions needed for WWII.
For example – Pope Pious XII.
Signature of the Reichskonkordat on 20 July 1933. From left to right: German Vice-Chancellor Franz von Papen, representing Germany, Giuseppe Pizzardo, Cardinal Pacelli, Alfredo Cardinal Ottaviani, German ambassador Rudolf Buttmann. Signing the Concordat is Cardinal Pacelli (later to become Pope Pius XII). By 1933, he was the Vatican Secretary of State. Far Left is Prelate Ludwig Kaas, leader of the Centre (Zentrum) Party). Seated second from his left is Franz von Papen who was a German nobleman, Catholic politician, General Staff officer, and diplomat, who served as Chancellor of Germany (Reichskanzler) in 1932.. Standing at the far right can be seen the little known Vatican prelate, Montini, later to become Pope Paul VI on 30 January 1933.
The above image was taken from an interesting pictorial representation of Catholics and their involvement in some areas that may surprise you. Although in some cases it stretches the credibility of some of these alleged connections, there are several examples that cannot be so easily dismissed.
That’s just a little background on just what kind of influences the young Tolkien was under, both through his mother and then through his Jesuit guardian.
In the late 1950s, Tolkien had commented on the interplay between a writer’s life and his works. “Only one’s guardian angel,” he said, “or indeed God himself, could unravel the relationship between” the two. Convolution…..
While he may be congratulating himself on his masterful interposition of reality, fiction, and Catholicism, this is actually typical behavior for a Jesuit in pursuit of “rekindling religious fervour.”
Is it any wonder, then, that we see Jesuit-trained Tolkien attempting to reveal to us poor souls in need of progress, so many of the ‘truths’ of Catholicism using the rhetorical vehicle of myth and fiction – that is so clearly found in the Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings?
No. No surprise at all.
Even the title of his trilogy is a veiled reference to Catholicism.
The Lord of the Rings.
The most famous ecclesiastical ring in Christendom is the episcopal ring of the pope, known as the “Ring of the Fisherman”, the Annulus Piscatoris, a.k.a. “The Fisherman’s Ring”, a.k.a. “The Ring of St. Peter”. Originally intended as the pope’s episcopal ring as the Bishop of Rome, it has since become a symbol of global as well as religious power. The origin of the ring design is inspired by Jesus telling St. Peter, who was by trade a fisherman, “I will make you a fisher of men.”
The Ring of the Fisherman is represented by a large gold ring with a round or, more recently, an ovaloid, bezel. As recently as the 1970s, it was a large medallion shape. On the face appears the image of St. Peter in a fishing boat on the water; above him is the chosen name of the pope. This is the ring that is broken upon the death or resignation of a pope. A new one is then engraved for the new pope.
– Wikipedia entry on the episcopal ring of the Catholic Pope
If you are at all familiar with the Lord of the Rings story, you’ll know that the evil necromancer Sauron, forged for himself his own ‘ring of power’, inscribed in the black language of Mordor.
The inscription reads (in Elvish writing):
One Ring to rule them all,
One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all
and in the darkness bind them.
Sauron, that dastardly evil necromancer, dared to challenge the ‘legal’ ring – is the loose metaphor here.
Coming back to where we led in here, we were discussing the fact that necromancers are associated with volcanic regions.
As a brief review –
The particular snake represented out in early Garden of Eden depictions – who has telepathic and having supernormal abilities – is Satan.
Asking ‘the dead’ in order to know = Python so we see that Python also = necromancer.
Necromancy is a special mode of knowing by contacting ‘the dead’. However, the core of the subject concerns the survival of the soul after death – a simple concept, not an evil one, and the idea that telepathic communication was possible between two spirits – one with body, one without – ie: the ‘living’ and the ‘dead’.
It’s probably not a particularly popular thing to say that even books like Tolkiens are all part of a tasked (mission for the Catholic Church) Jesuit black propaganda attack to characterize telepathic communication with, say, someone like that, as needing assorted retarded hoodoo and voodoo rituals – which of course it would not. Not to mention having the flakiest and weirdest, and some times the most horrifying people possible representing that they are ‘talking to the dead’.
Tolkien not only has our lead necromancer positioned as ‘the’ enemy of mankind – an obvious parallel to Satan versus God – he has him forging his black power to control the wills of men inside a volcano!
Appropriately black propagandized in the name Mount Doom.
With a ‘great eye’ characterizing both clairvoyance (distant seeing) and telepathy, interestingly enough, which of course is portrayed as a very bad thing.
Tolkien wrote that the Mount Doom scene exemplified lines from the Lord’s Prayer, by the way.
Whether these are good stories or not, which they are – I happen to like them a lot – all this relegation of the ‘the ring’ onto a quintessential bad guy is pretty damn obvious Catholic propaganda.
Considering the fact that the continuing purpose of all Popes of Catholicism, (and the Jesuits) is propagare – propaganda, you see why that ‘fisher of men’ analogy is also a clear statement of intent, utilizing any form of influence that they can to net humanity under their ‘leadership’.
Nets that would include propaganda in the form of fiction or novels.
The Jesuit army ‘militant’ would often recruit men for the profession or area of interest that they were in. These were sometimes then tasked to keep their outward semblance of distance from the Jesuits but providing works or means that actually forwarded the Catholic agenda.
The young Tolkien was an excellent example of this – netting minds for Catholicism with the portrayal of ‘evil’ necromancers.
To understand the basic principles of mind control, you need look no further than the Catholic Church.
It is from that place that we even have this all-consuming desire, these run amok actions, all to try and control the mind and spirit of man into some agreed-upon direction – agreed upon by them that is.
To illustrate just how controlling these people actually are, and this isn’t ancient history here, when Tolkien met Edith Bratt, his future wife, he was just 16. Romance followed but was cut short by an edict from Tolkien’s Jesuit guardian.
He viewed Edith as the reason for Tolkien having trouble with his exams, and prohibited him from seeing this older – and far more unacceptable – Protestant woman until he was 21.
Even then, when Tolkien asked her to marry him, he insisted that she convert to Catholicism! This, even if you knew nothing else about his connections, shows just how clear that Jesuit missionary hold on Tolkien was.
As an interesting side note – one day when they were walking in the forest in autumn, the beautiful Edith began dancing for Tolkien, providing the inspiration for Luthien in his books.
Luthien and Beren
It was in 1925 that Tolkien became a Professor at Oxford, with a fellowship at Pembroke College. It was there, at Jesuit/Slavemaster propaganda central in England, that he wrote The Hobbit and the first two volumes of The Lord of the Rings.
It wasn’t until after WWII, that Tolkien completed The Lord of the Rings in 1948. In the recently released third segment of the movie The Hobbit (Battle of the Five Armies) the Orc leader has very obvious symbols (battle flags) that he uses to order his troops – and the flag is not even a well-hidden example of the swastika of the Nazi Party.
A fact which apparently not many have noticed yet.
In 1938, just before WWII officially began, the publishing house Rütten & Loening Verlag was preparing to release The Hobbit in Nazi Germany. Tolkien’s family was actually from German, his great-grandfather had emigrated to England from Germany in the 1700’s.
Tolkien criticized Allied use of total war tactics against civilians from Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. That’s just unbelievable considering the Catholic church’s role in all that.
In a 1945 letter to his son Christopher, he wrote:
We were supposed to have reached a stage of civilization in which it might still be necessary to execute a criminal, but not to gloat, or to hang his wife and child by him while the orc-crowd hooted. The destruction of Germany, be it 100 times merited, is one of the most appalling world-catastrophes. Well, well,—you and I can do nothing about it. And that [should] be a measure of the amount of guilt that can justly be assumed to attach to any member of a country who is not a member of its actual Government. Well the first War of the Machines seems to be drawing to its final inconclusive chapter—leaving, alas, everyone the poorer, many bereaved or maimed and millions dead, and only one thing triumphant: the Machines.
Rather harsh positioning of the rest of humanity as being ‘the orcs’ – considering who these people, the Nesilim slavemasters, actually are, and just what kind of lies and oppression they have propagated against the entire human race? I consider this an ultimate in hypocrisy on the part of Tolkien.
Tolkien later asserted, in true Jesuit propagandist style, that he believed mythology to be the divine (God) echo of “the Truth”, and that more specifically, myths held “fundamental truths”.
According to his grandson Simon Tolkien, Tolkien was one of those that was disappointed by some of the liturgical reforms and changes implemented after the Second Vatican Council:
I vividly remember going to church with him in Bournemouth. He was a devout Roman Catholic and it was soon after the Church had changed the liturgy from Latin to English. My grandfather obviously didn’t agree with this and made all the responses very loudly in Latin while the rest of the congregation answered in English. I found the whole experience quite excruciating, but my grandfather was oblivious. He simply had to do what he believed to be right.
Side note: This also happens to be the foundation of the Jesuit cult, The Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX) – it also complains against Vatican II (the second council) and was actually formed in protest of it! They are also rather highly anti-Jewish, oddly enough.
Tolkien wasn’t the only one to continue to help forward the necromancer ‘myths’ – we see the same imagery, and in fact the same positioning of ‘demons’ and talking to the dead in other unlikely places.
Scientology and Dianetics.
This ‘divine echo” of the truth contained in this volcanic region positioning of where necromancers liked to do their dastardly deeds, is perhaps one reason why L. Ron Hubbard (and his handlers/subordinates) chose to use the exploding volcano on a later cover of the Dianetics book.
As well as incorporating multiple volcanos as drop-points by spaceships for disembodied spirits being ‘doomed to earth’ – in his advanced level called OT III – the Wall of Fire.
The later cover change to the Dianetics book was timed exactly after the release of the new Hubbard ‘advanced’ level of OT III.
Jeff Hawkins, in propagandizing further this scientology/catholicism marriage of ‘divine’ truths, took the same iconography to the next level and created the exploding volcano Dianetics TV ads later on – still used today.
Symbolizing, no doubt, the blowing up of the necromancer stronghold and destruction of ‘his’ – Satan’s – ‘trap’ for man. I wonder if Jeff ever knew that what he was actually forwarding was not a new religion, it was the oldest trap there is for man.
A fact which some Catholics are having a hard time coming to terms with, it seems.
Since Hubbard had revealed very early on in the Dianetics OSS/MI6/CIA operation, that anywhere he used the word ‘circuits’ in the Dianetics book, he really meant entities (disembodied spirits) – it shows that Dianetics and Scientology were a form of necromancy right from the beginning.
HCL-21 ANATOMY OF THE THETA BODY (aka demon, aka entity, aka ‘body thetan‘)
Any one of them forms the foundation of what we called earlier in Dianetics, demon circuitry.
– L. Ron Hubbard lecture given on 16 April 1952
And…in these same advanced courses of scientology, one was taught to communicate to them by using telepathy.
ALL Scientologists who do the Operating Thetan (OT for short) Levels are:
- TELEPATHICALLY talking to Dead People and
- CHANNELING Dead People.
They call them BODY THETANS.
A sampling of some of their materials on this, these are from OT V –
When you talk about telepathy, there is a proximity factor. When a thetan is pressed straight up against another thetan very tight, total tactile communication, you get this type of mental transmission.
– L. Ron Hubbard, HCO BULLETIN OF 15 SEPTEMBER 1978, ISSUE I, NED for OTs Series 1, NED FOR OTs RD, THEORY OF, p2 section MENTAL TRANSMISSION
The NED for OTs Issues are available as part of the Operating Thetan Level Six course here and at Wikileaks. A complete file of all the different OT levels is also at Wikileaks.
There’s also this from the complete file of all the different OT levels is also at Wikileaks– p. 381.
Note: The above is an image of Attachment #2 of NED for OTs Series 4, WORD CLEARING AND INFORMATION FOR PRE-OTs ON NED FOR OTs.
The advanced levels OT V, VI, and VII, are an expansion on the basic theory taught in scientology’s OT III, the auditing or exorcising of the ‘demons’ influencing man to his ‘fall’ from grace – God.
The reason for the volcano representation in scientology’s OT III – Necromancy positioning – is the same reason that Tolkien positioned Sauron – Satan – with his volcanic power base over men’s souls. In a very real sense, scientology’s “Xenu” is just another re-invention of the previous Catholic invention of Satan. ANY way they can…..
Remember, this is their goal, propagare, and in the Jesuit tradition, it is to be done in any way they can try and sneak it across to us ‘heretics’ and non-believers.
Here is an assemblage of various Catholicism teachings on the subject –
In the Bible necromancy is mentioned chiefly in order to forbid it or to reprove those who have recourse to it.
The Hebrew term ‘ôbôth (sing., ‘ôbh) denotes primarily the spirits of the dead, or “pythons”, (the serpents) as the Vulgate calls them (Deuteronomy 18:11; Isaiah 19:3), who were consulted in order to learn the future (Deuteronomy 18:10, 11; 1 Samuel 28:8), and gave their answers through certain persons in whom they resided (Leviticus 20:27; 1 Samuel 28:7), but is also applied to the persons themselves who were supposed to foretell events under the guidance of these “divining” or “pythonic” spirits (Leviticus 20:6; 1 Samuel 28:3, 9; Isaiah 19:3).
The Mosaic Law forbids necromancy (Leviticus 19:31; 20:6), declares that to seek the truth from the dead is abhorred by God (Deuteronomy 18:11, 12), and even makes it punishable by death (Leviticus 20:27; cf. 1 Samuel 28:9).
Christians were warned against such observances “in which the demons represent themselves as the souls of the dead” (Tertullian, De anima, LVII, in P.L., II, 793).
Cornelius Agrippa (“De occulta philosophia”, Cologne, 1510, tr. by J. F., London, 1651) indicates the magical rites by which souls are evoked.
Necromancy, in more modern times, reappeared in a different form, under the name of spiritism, or spiritualism.
Here’s an example from the turn of the 20th century, showing the real reason for ‘investigations’ (like by the Society of Psychical Research) into spiritism.
Is it not deplorable that, when the intellect of man has lost the truths made known by God from the beginning, he is driven to take refuge in pure negation of all revelation or indulge himself with evocation of the dead, as Sir Oliver Lodge is now doing, or seek for information on the souls destiny from those whom St. Mark calls “spirits of evil” and “unclean spirits”?
Spiritism, or the practice of necromancy, is to-day, as it was in the time of Moses, an evidence of moral decadence. As in the days of old, it has grown into a cult with which thousands are obsessed.
– Essays in occultism, spiritism, and demonology (1919) p.105
If you recall, the Jesuits were about teaching lessons, and one way of doing that would be to create a false front that trains people in divination and demon-talking while telling them that it is something else, and then, of course, this would lead to problems in life for that person since it is the wrong way to go about any of it, hopefully then causing people to hold up the very idea of any of it to ridicule.
See? Lesson learned.
This is the majority of scientology critics, by the way, many of whom are under the influence of Catholicism in one form or another.
It isn’t that the Popes don’t know that this is all very real, telepathy and so on, it is that they want absolute control over it. That should give you a clue as to their real agenda – right there.
The Church does not deny that, with a special permission of God, the souls of the departed may appear to the living, and even manifest things unknown to the latter. But, understood as the art or science of evoking the dead, necromancy is held by theologians to be due to the agency of evil spirits, for the means taken are inadequate to produce the expected results.
It has to be seen to be believed, to watch Christians (especially Catholics) who try to exocriate Scientology’s upper levels and the auditing out of ‘body thetans’ while at the same time follow a religion that believes in the same basic ideas, only it says only they have the right, and the right way to exorcise demons.
Are they really that stupid?
Or just that scared…
Who has the power?
Exorcism is, in the strict sense, the “casting out” of evil spirits. The power to exorcise was conferred by Jesus on the apostles, and it is understood that this power passes to the bishops who are the successors to the apostles, and priests the co-workers. That said, the Church has had – for many hundreds of years, it ought to be added – a very precise ritual of exorcism: there are no evangelical-style tent revival theatrics, but careful, even methodical attention and faithful following of the prescribed prayers, gestures and use of sacramental such as holy water and the crucifix.
Fr. Bernd Hagenkord, SJ
Oh, well, there you go! It was JESUS who gave them this ‘right’.
And we know this how?
From them and only them.
One of the number one things that scares the pants of these Nesilim mini-me’s (mini-me’s of who they really oppose) and that is mitigation of death and illness.
Not allowed to use ability to heal
…the “laying on of hands” is a practice of very ancient standing. It goes back to the Old Testament, where it could signify election as heir – think of Isaac blessing Jacob, or ordination – as when Moses ordained Joshua. In Christian tradition, it continues to be an act of blessing, and is part of the priestly and episcopal ordination rites. It has the sense of an act of healing, as well – spiritual healing, primarily, but also of healing in body (miracles have precedents). Again, however, it is something usually done by an ordained priest or bishop – and “quietly” if you will – without spectacle. The gesture itself is also one that parents might use, in blessing their children.
— Fr. Bernd Hagenkord, SJ, is head of Vatican Radio’s German section. He was speaking with Vatican Radio’s Chris Altieri. There is an mp3 there (at link) of this discussion.
Not allowed to heal without Catholicism’s approval…does anyone see how insane that is?
It beggars belief, the utter fear that these men have towards knocking them off their false thrones.
An entire society has been built around these people’s tenets, they are there in just about everything, no matter how well veiled.
Is it any wonder that psychiatry – with its ‘treatment’ of mostly those who are different than this model of society, and especially those who claim telepathy, clairvoyance and visions – is really their baby after all?