Fake-Pope Francis invites satanist Katy Perry to promote Transcendental Meditation at Vatican

Pop singer Katy Perry is a self-professed satanist.

In an interview with a woman wearing a pair of upside-down cross earrings, Perry said she had sold her soul to the Devil. She said:

“I released a record when I was 16, because I grew up in a household where all I ever did was sing gospel music and my parents were both traveling ministers, I kind of sing about what was going on in my life at 15. That’s how I got introduced to the music industry. I swear I wanted to be like the Amy Grant* of music. It didn’t work out, so I sold my soul to the Devil.”

*Amy Grant is called the Queen of Christian Pop.

If you think that interview was a fluke or that Perry was joking, here she is some years later, saying the same thing:

“When I was 15, because I grew up in a household where all I ever did was listen to gospel music and my parents were both traveling ministers, so I kind of sang about what was going on in my life at 15 and that’s how I got introduced to the music industry. I swear I wanted to be like the Amy Grant of music. Yeah. But it didn’t work out, and so I sold my soul to the devil.”

Katy Perry is also a vocal LGBT advocate and a promoter of cannibalism.

But fake pope Francis saw fit to invite this admitted satanist to the Vatican to speak on Transcendental Meditation (TM) at a New Age-y conference on April 26-28, “Unite to Cure — How Science, Technology and the 21st Century Will Impact Culture and Society”.

The conference has the imprimatur of the Vatican: it was co-sponsored by the Pontifical Council for Culture and the CURA Foundation, a tax-exempt global health movement; conference collaborators included the Vatican Secretariat of State, the Vatican Secretariat for Communications, and the Pontifical Academy for Life.

LifeSiteNews reports that among the conference speakers were New Age guru and alternative medicine mogul Deepak Chopra, motivational and self-help life coach Tony Robbins, and pedophile former-VP Joe Biden.

On day three of the Vatican conference, Perry joined a discussion on “Impacting Children’s Health Through (Transcendental) Meditation Globally” with her mentor, Bob Roth — CEO of the David Lynch Foundation and a TM mentor to Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Oz.

Roth’s organization distributed a gift pack to participants at the beginning of the conference, which contained a one-eye “meditating” charm bangle and a book promoting TM.

A Vatican official said: “They did manage to distribute these gifts through (at least) one hotel where some conference participants were staying. Many other guests distributed their own materials to fellow attendees, as is the nature of these events.”

A source close to the Vatican told LifeSiteNews:

“For Katy Perry to speak about Transcendental Meditation from the same seat used by the Pope during major Church meetings is symbolic of the chaos, disorientation and scandal that marks this pontificate. It would be one thing to have her presence moderated by a Church leader, but to have the podium given over to celebrity TM proponents with no Church voice to counter them is unconscionable.”

Perry and her boyfriend, paddling-a-canoe-while-nude actor Orlando Bloom, were later treated to a royal tour of the Vatican by Archbishop Paul Tighe, secretary of the Pontifical Council for Culture, and an audience with fake-Pope Francis.

The Catholic Church has long regarded Transcendental Meditation to be an occult practice:

  • In 1989 in a letter to bishops issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (who became Pope Benedict XVI) warned against TM: “it can degenerate into a cult of the body and can lead surreptitiously to considering all bodily sensations as spiritual experiences.”
  • In 2003, the Pontifical Council for Culture issued this warning about TM: “Many people are convinced that there is no harm in ‘borrowing’ from the wisdom of the East, but the example of Transcendental Meditation (TM) should make Christians cautious about the prospect of committing themselves unknowingly to another religion (in this case, Hinduism), despite what TM’s promoters claim about its religious neutrality.”

LifeSiteNews contacted the Pontifical Council for Culture to ask why Perry was an invited speaker, but has received no response.

Meanwhile, the body of Catholic clergy of cardinals, archbishops, bishops and priests continue their silence about this imposter pope in Rome.

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64 responses to “Fake-Pope Francis invites satanist Katy Perry to promote Transcendental Meditation at Vatican

  1. I am no fan of Katy Perry BUT I believe you cannot call her a satanist because she said she sold her soul to the devil. That statement to me says the devil is the commercial music industry. She sang Gospel music and wanted to be the next Amy Grant. Instead she went commercial and in her family the commercial music industry was equal to the devil or it was evil. Many people who have taken what they consider to be the wrong path use that analogy. The Pope….yep he is fake all the way and because of him I no longer support the Catholic church. I still believe in God but the Catholic church not so much.

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    • The One, Holy, Catholic and Apostalic Church is alive and well. Just smaller in numbers now. “I say to you, that he will quickly revenge them. But yet the Son of man, when he cometh, shall He find, think you, faith on earth?”
      [Luke 18:8]

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    • While what you say in regards to Katy makes sense from your explanation, and for other musicians it might apply, but fact is that most (if not all) “successful” celebrities actually do sell themselves to the devil, truly, and they know/admit it. This is their trade off. They get to be famous, rich, and idolized in THIS world, without realizing what truly awaits them eternally.

      To address your last two sentences… Current pope, totally “fake” and abandoning everything Catholics have stood for. But on the flip side, and the real truth of it, everything about Catholicism is false, and 100% against true scripture. There is absolutely no scriptural justification for pope, bishop, Cardinal, priest, etc. but with special attention to office of pope, that is a truly blasphemous and heretical position. ALL popes are “fake”. So, if you no longer support Catholicism, great! But I wish that it wasn’t just because of the actions of the current pope, but rather your learning the truths I just mentioned, and that Catholicism, like all other false religions, comes from Satan.


      • Lol! You may want to study your history. Catholics put the Bible together, decided which books to put in, which to leave out, wrote it out by hand in tiny monk cells for centuries and have died over the long years to protect it. So when you diss Catholicism, you diss the Faith that gave you the Bible you profess to be your only authority. What came first…the Bible or the Church? What did the faithful do for authority for the first 300 years before the Bible was put together in its present form? And if you hate Catholicism so much, why do you believe what was put together by Catholics? You don’t entirely. It’s why ML took out seven of its sacred books.

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        • You may want to study the Bible, and by that, I mean the true word of God, and not the perverted/twisted versions. If you do, you will find what I posted is correct


        • Tell me, tradcat… If Catholics hold the truth of God’s will, then why is there so much sin, pedophilia, demon possession, and rampant sex abuse within the “church”, especially among the clergy? If Catholicism was a true thing of God, these things would not be happening. Also, Jesus indicated that narrow is the path to salvation, and few are those that find it. Catholicism makes much ado about having over 1 billion members worldwide, which is roughly 1/7 of the entire current world population. Doesn’t that seem to be at odds with what Jesus said? Again, I think you should study up, and examine where you are spiritually. I am not making statement of condemnation, but I, myself, have studied.


          • Are you going to tell me that protestant sects don’t suffer from the same human ills? Are you going to tell me that a very great number of protestant ministers are not Freemasons and that one of Freemasonry’s main aims is “to perfect that which was left imperfect” –meaning to perfect that which God ‘screwed up’ rather than man having messed up? And you’re going to tell me that the aim of Freemasonry isn’t the exact aim of the Jews’ “tikkun olam”?
            From wiki:
            “The phrase tikkun olam is included in the Aleinu, part of Jewish congregational prayer. The Aleinu beseeches God:
            “לראות מהרה בתפארת עוזך, להעביר גלולים מן הארץ והאלילים כרות יכרתוון לתקן עולם במלכות ש-די‬”
            “to speedily see Your mighty splendor, to remove detestable (idolatry) from the land, and the (false) gods will be utterly ‘cut off’, to tahken olam in God’s kingdom”
            In other words, when all the people of the world abandon false gods and recognize God, the world will have been perfected.”

            And by “idolatry” Jews mean CHRISTIANS because they worship the Triune God. The Jews do NOT mean Muslims.

            The Catholic Popes warned, over a period of at least 100 years, (too late in my opinion) of the dangers to the Faith from Freemasonry and Judaism. If you were a Catholic, swearing the blood oaths of Freemasonry was an offense worthy of excommunication.

            The protestants and Jews are not-so-strange bedfellows.

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            • Stlonginus, neither you in your lengthy response, nor tradcat, have addressed the key core doctrinal issue which I stated initially. So let me restate, and garner your response: where is, in ALL of the legitimate and correct New Testament, the scriptural authority for even one clerical office used in Catholicism? There is not one iota. Where is it given that any person whatsoever can take the mantle of “vicar of Christ”? That one in and of itself is pure blasphemy. Where in all of the New Testament, are we to go to any clergy and have them offer forgiveness of our sins? There is absolutely no scriptural authority for any of those things. Fact of the matter, is that Catholicism avoids teaching truth and things meaningful, but rather Processes and Works. Does the New Testament not teach that we are ALL made priests in the order of Melchizedek? That teaching alone totally disbands the Old Testament priesthood, and makes us ALL able to approach God through Jesus, so we no longer need the function of priest or high priest.
              Where in ALL of the New Testament is it given to hold Mary in any other regard than simply the one that gave physical birth to Jesus? There is NONE, and thus absolutely no basis for doing so. But by doing so, it goes against God’s word.


              • @NoRetreat:

                I really don’t appreciate you hijacking my post, which is to inform readers that Pope Francis invited to a Vatican conference a satanist to proselytize TM that the Catholic Church traditionally has deemed to be occult. I have NEVER EVER trashed and demeaned Protestant/Evangelical Christians because you are my brothers and sisters in Christ and I believe we need to stand together against evil formidable enemies. But readers like you simply can’t do likewise, but instead hold yourself as holier-than-thou know-it-all with anti-Catholic hatred.

                You wanna trash the millennial Catholic Church, with its many learned theologians and saints who MARTYRED for Jesus, go do it on your own blog. Any comment that continues this back-and-forth, never-ending and pointless (because neither side will ever back down or win) argument will henceforth be deleted.


                • @ Eowyn

                  I have not intentionally hijacked. But to be fair, the headline of you article clearly says “fake pope”. To me, this prompts an open discussion of a number of things and concepts that are very clearly against scripture. I am not attacking anyone or bashing anyone. Now, if I called you a stupid ditz that didn’t know anything, that would definitely be questionable behavior. What I have done is state some things that a true Christian should already know and be aware of. If anyone in this group has fallen under fire from my comments, then instead of being offended, they should bring a valid defense of their viewpoints. I mean, after all, isn’t that what Paul meant in the New Testament when he said to be ready in season and out of season??
                  My comment regarding Amy grant not being a Christian is also a relevant point, based on KP indicated she wanted to BE LIKE her. How about people, instead of calling ME judgmental for talking about her within context of the article, and using informational points that are public… How about people sit and consider the thought that perhaps Katy Perry saw through Amy grant, and a young person, in that she wasn’t an actual Christian but having a facade and misleading people, and that Katy herself might aspire to do the same thing?? I’m sorry, you don’t just go from being a true Christian and turn into a satanist, doesn’t happen. Somebody that does that, was never a Christian to begin with. How about, instead of people being offended by a comment, people learn to critically think for themselves, and try to gain Godly understanding.

                  My apologies to you, Eowyn, and again my intention was not to be hostile, and in fact in my mind I am not being hostile. Merely direct and informative, teaching. This is part of the problem this day and age, people won’t let themselves be taught. I have supported you on a few previous articles, that I felt the need to contribute on, but if this is how things will be, I shall refrain from contributing to this community. My conscience is clear

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          • The Bible warns that in these times of apostasy from the Church the devil will have his day. He, the devil, has the world where he wants them, in man-made religions. If the Protestants are so sure of the Bible how do they explain Mary, the mother of Jesus, her words when she spoke, “Because he hath regarded the humility of his handmaid; for behold from henceforth all generations shall call me blessed.”
            [Luke 1:48]
            She must have been speaking to Catholics since we Catholics are the only Christians that refer to her as the Blessed Mother of God.

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        • tradcat, you asked: “what came first-the bible or the church?” I assume that by the church you mean the roman catholic church, which came about in the 300’s, after constantine married the church (that had been started by the apostles) to the state, thus creating the rcc. However, “the bible” was available since the beginning, since it consists of letters to the churches at that time, which were passed around and available to all, written by the apostles. It was only all compiled together by a commission appointed, yes, by the rcc, but you cannot say that there was no “word of God” before that. So, I do not have to be a catholic to believe a book that, though compiled by them, consists of writings of apostles-the true authorities on God’s holy word.


          • Thank you, and correctly stated.


          • Who needs atheists or Jews to undermine Christianity with defenders of the faith like you on the job. For Pete’s sake, you and No Retreat don’t even know what you’re talking about. Protestantism, fyi, is the story of plunder not reform. And make no mistake about this. If the RCC goes, so goes the rest, faster than a house of cards in a wind.

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            • To all above in argument over RC VS Protestantism.I know we all love to argue our points here, myself included, and we all feel passionately about them feeling we have “THE” truth, but having been a part of both worlds, I can honestly say that I can find plenty good, and plenty bad in both groups. We will never solve this argument I am afraid- let’s face it – it has been going on for 500 years. What matters most, and I am sure of this in my heart, is that Jesus and God look at our hearts and see what is therein as the defining truth of our lives. Do we love him and his Father? Do we to the very best of our abilities try to do as he instructed us? Have we loved, forgiven, had faith, and had compassion even for those we are not so fond of? I am sure that Jesus is dismayed at the division of the Christian world, but what is more important are our relationships with him. And I would bet he also understands how friggen hard it is down here to know the truth, given the acts of idiotic people along with the acts of Satan constantly deceiving and mucking it all up. I’m just glad Jesus doesn’t judge us as a Marxist would- collectively!

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      • Oh so “everything about Catholicism is false, and 100% against true scripture”??? So, when Jesus Christ said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Light,” as this appears in Scripture, He was wrong, according to your reasoning.
        And you are also ignorant of History: It was the Catholic Church’s priests and monks who assembled the books of the Bible, and presented it to the world as a unified whole, with the approval of a number of Popes.

        But that’s All Right: LIVE IN IGNORANCE. WHO THE HELL are YOU to lecture ANYBODY?!?!

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    • Katy practices occult symbology in all her music videos, yet she’s not a satanist?

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    • Bergoglio isn’t Catholic because he is not a Confessor of the Faith. Therefore, Bergoglio CANNOT lead the Faithful or be the Vicar of Christ. Bergoglio and all of his predecessors going back to John XXIII (a known freemason) were put in place by freemasons/jews who made it no secret that their aim was to eventually have “one of [their] own” on the throne of Peter. Read the “Alta Vendita” by John Vennari
      Bergoglio was not properly ordained (the ordination rite was changed around 1968) and is therefore not a priest who is able to OFFER the unchanging and unchangeable SACRIFICE of the Holy Mass. Bergoglio is therefore not a bishop since he is not a priest. (The rite of consecration of bishop I think was also changed.) Since he isn’t a bishop, he cannot possibly be the Bishop of Rome, aka the Pope.
      The Catholic Church CANNOT change. What resides in Rome has been, for many, many decades (and possibly centuries) an imposter church.
      By the way, if you want to read a Papal Bull written by Pope Paul IV (1559), regarding how, why and when a Pope, ipso facto, loses his authority, read “Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio”. This Papal Bull has never been abrogated.

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      • This whole subject can make ones head swim, but I think you are on the right track St. In addition to what you have posted, Michael Hoffman has written a book on the subject in a field where there a few competitors, called “The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome”. While I have not actually read the book yet, I have read some articles based on it by Hoffman through his newsletters. One fact stands glaring about the truth of his thesis: That if it were not for the Catholic Church, the Talmud would have drifted into oblivion. It was the Catholic Church that actually brought the Talmud into print. Can you imagine that? The Church of Christ printing a book that demonizes and blasphemes Jesus?! Lest anyone think Hoffman if another protestant Catholic basher, I know that he actually attends what is probably a traditionalist Catholic Church. So his criticism and truth telling comes from a place of love for the faith, adn his urging to return it to it’s true form before the Renaissance takeover when usury was suddenly also declared not a sin.



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        • I have the Hoffman book as well but have not yet cracked it open. But I have read his newsletters and articles regarding same. His work indicates that since the Renaissance, the Catholic Church has fallen prey to its enemies, incrementally of course. The virus infecting the veins has caused a high fever and open sores at this point…


        • Lana: Another thesis by Hoffman and I have actually read this book is the divide and conquer approach of liberal vs. conservative popes when the church has been hijacked by the occult since the 1400’s. Somehow if the church has a conservative pope the church is on the right track when for several centuries the dialectical approach is led to the spiritual malaise within the church.


  2. I see no legitimate reason that these two should meet, other than to get an exorcism preformed..on both of them.

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  3. Here again another way to indoctrinate people in to thinking that if the church says its ok then why not do it. satan the great deceiver is at it again he has a lot up his sleeve. Gods wrath on those who deceive the sheep will be the worst level of hades there is.

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  4. Amy Grant is many things, but Christian is not one of them. She misled many by the songs she sang, making people think she was singing about God. Even then, she abandoned her “Christian life” for an openly sinful one, so she wouldn’t have to keep up pretenses any longer. Of course, being disfellowshipped and rejected by true Christians probably played a part in that too.

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    • traildustfotm

      No Retreat, don’t you think you are being a bit judgmental about Amy Grant? She lives in the public eye, so unlike us, her mistakes are very visible. Forgiveness is a vital part of our lives. When Jesus said, “forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sinned against us,” He was clearly implying that we will need lots of forgiveness along the way.

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      • Actually, no, I don’t think I am “being a bit judgmental”. I am merely making a statement based on very available info about her. Look at the lyrics to a number of Amy’s songs. Look at many of her actions, including doing drugs and being adulterous. Adulterous even while she was singing her “Christian music”. She divorced her Christian husband, to go marry her partner in adultery, Vince gill. Marrying someone you have an adulterous relationship with, does not make the adultery go away. Forgiveness of Amy is not my place. She has done nothing to me personally that requires her to ask it of me, nor for me to give it. She needs to ask her jilted husband, who begged her not to leave him, for forgiveness, and God. It is not being judgmental to call someone out for what they are, in fact it is scriptural. By her words and actions, it is completely obvious that Amy Grant is NOT a Christian


        • Freemasonry does not pretend to perfect the world. Only the individual. knowing that you can never be perfect but that you must constantly square and polish yourself to fit as a part God’s eternal temple not made with hands. All this Freemasonry conspiracy stuff is silly. There may be some in the order bent on world domination. But then so are political leaders, financial leaders and more importantly religious leaders. I’d say about the same percentage of Freemasons are corrupt as any other demographic. It is human nature to sin. Freemasonry is not a religion or cult. It’s just an organization that promotes friendship morality brotherly love charity and teaches men to be better men. You can make anything you want into a tool of evil.

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          • “teaches men to be better men”

            How does Free Masons do that? Not a trick or sarcastic question. I ask this sincerely.


          • On the off-chance you are misinformed, and not repeating the tired apologetics of the group in question… due research bears out that in many major historical events since freemasonry’s start, the institution has been curiously present, and active, where said events have occurred… First look at the jacobin faction, and their undertakings, then consider the bavarian illuminati, (and not any of that snake people new age garbage) from there consider what part the “orange order” played in splitting Ireland in a most nasty fashion, also what part freemasonry had with the mormon cult, and the kkk. Next take into consideration freemasonry’s teachings, which are, by all indications, modernized straight from gnosticism, as evidence by texts written on the organization, by it’s own members, and then consider the overwhelming amount of prominent occultists (arthur edward waite, also a member of the hermetic order of the golden dawn, another decidedly gnostic organization, joseph smith, who copied his temple rituals straight from freemasonry’s temple rituals. Then theres aleister crowley, contended to be irregular, but since proven to have been a regular initiate via anglo-saxon lodge.) who were similarly admitted to, and active in, this religious front.

            A few other points: If freemasonry were not religious or spiritual etc. why should such types as these be attracted to the organization in the first place, especially if it did not endorse their views?
            If freemasonry was not religious and spiritual in nature, why were such texts dealing with those subjects directly linked to it published? (morals and dogma of albert pike, for one example, of many others)
            And finally, if freemasonry were not religious or spiritual in essence, why include decidedly religious texts as one of the “lights” in the lodge (whether it be vedas, the bible, koran, or otherwise) and also base rituals on such items, as well as including use of “sacred symbols” such as the square and compass, two columns with spheres, the “all-seeing eye” (always utilized in reference to a deity.) etc.?

            What constitutes a religion? “religion (n.)
            c. 1200, “state of life bound by monastic vows,” (freemasonry does have vows/oaths for each degree. check.) also “conduct indicating a belief in a divine power,” from Latin religionem (nominative religio) “respect for what is sacred (volume of sacred law/light in freemasonry, check) reverence for the gods; (belief in a supreme being required for membership in freemasonry, “volume of sacred law” has a place of respect in lodge/temple, check.) moral obligation; (“making good men better” the advertising line of freemasonry just used, which is a claim indicating moral betterment, and hence moral obligation. check.).

            I know they’re advertising on TV these days, but remember, they’re just as much a religion as any other “faith”, or spiritual path, whatever terms you want to use to designate a belief system. (and lest we forget freemasonry does have temples, another item distinct to religions, as well as rituals which are distinctly religious). The contents of the body of religious doctrine from freemasonry itself is indicative that the religion it is, is not Christianity either, rather it is gnosticism, which venerates wisdom/knowledge/”light of intelligence”. Said gnosticism is also decidedly opposed to Christianity by all accounts.

            I’d suggest re-evaluating what you’ve heard from the group and it’s apologists.

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  5. As much as I’d like for Francis to be a fake pope, chances are he is not. The Holy Spirit merely gives us the leaders we deserve as a society. If you want to know the state of the Church, just look at the state of the world. Pray for him.

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    • This is the sedeprivationism vs. sedevacantism argument, or the material-formal theories developed by the Most Rev. Michel-Louis Guérard des Lauriers, O.P.
      Novus Ordo Watch (dot) org has an “in-memoriam” article to Guerard des Lauriers.

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  6. traildustfotm

    A number of my closest Catholic friends are extremely troubled about Pope Francis.

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    • Traildustfotm, from the time of my ancestors we have been devouted Catholics, we have seen transformation and questioned the Vatican’s silence in denouncing the morality of the priests -their promise is to live in chastity, and there are very real priests, humble priests, and there are men priest with human desires. In spite of differences from the time I grew up my church is alive in Jesus Christ, and will continue to be catholic

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  7. Pope Frankie like Obongo was PUT there for one reason being the “push” for The New World Order, and we THE CHURCH cannot undo what the “insiders” of the Vatican have been slowly pursuing since WW 2. I’ve always maintained Frankie is as fake as a bleach blonde hiding the black roots so nobody can see the real color.

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  8. I want my Church back. Lord please cleanse your Church

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    • The people in the pews are going to have to do it. Don’t count on the bishops/priests, etc. Why do you think Dante put the bishops in the lower levels of hell in his “Inferno”?

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      • He knew!


      • I had just mentioned this on a recent Comment, but bears mentioning again…Remember how fast Pope Benedict was ushered out? In my mind, for no just reason, especially with the climate of totally incompetent so called leaders in politics, like mcain, pelosi, waters, feinstein, etc. I constantly question their mental capacity. Who knows if Pope Benedict wasn’t given some type of pharmaceuticals, or anything else. All I know is things changed fast with this new Pope.

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  9. Um…

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  10. Nope Francis and the wicked witch. Will he perform with her during the next Stupid Bowl?

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  11. I’m not Catholic but it’s obivious that the veneer of the basic tenants of Christianity is falling away at a more rapid pace with this latest Pope running things In most any organization there are true believers and there are puppet masters (usually at the top). This pope is 100% behind the New World Order and the philosophy/leaders/institutions behind it.

    It used to be that I understood the NWO was something not to be feared but ever since the reign of Obama and the transition to Trumps administration – my eyes have been openned (to the deep state US+EU/central banks, shadow parties involved behind ‘free’ elections, etc). Thank you Dr. Eowyn for continuously putting a light on these events. It used to be that you’d have to detect hypocrisy (attn to what is done, not what is said), now the feigning of intent is disappearing and WHAT if anything is going to be done about it – is it going to be challenged? I’m loathing the day when the pendulum swings in US politics in 6 (more likely 7 years from now) – It WILL happen, no doubt.

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  12. This is my understanding of having eternal life:
    A person can’t sell their soul to anyone until and unless they take the stamp, tatoo of the Mark of the antichrist Beast in their right hand or forehead.
    If Katy Perry was saved or born again as a child, she is still saved although acting inconsistent with her identity as a Child of God.

    Through her faith in Jesus Christ as a child, she met the requirement for eternal life which is irrevocable.

    Jesus’ cross forgave the world’s sins.

    The only remaining sin is spiritual death, inherited from the fallen first man, Adam.

    Eternal Hell is mankind’s default destination because all of mankind is born spiritually dead.

    To overcome this spiritual death, faith in Jesus Christ is the only way to an irrevocable eternal life which cannot be lost for any reason.

    The cross took away the world’s sins and faith in Jesus Christ grants eternal life.



  13. Just a note that the Antichrist has not appeared yet or taken over the money system yet where his Mark will be required to buy or sell, but agreeing to acquiring the Mark will forfeit that person’s eternal soul, according to God.

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  16. Freakazoid Katy Perry is quoted in a YouTube video as praising cannabalism as a good source of nutrition. Maybe the Pope is looking for her recipes.

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  17. Hey Hey Ho Ho FRANKENPOPE has got to go!

    Now that I got that out of the way, let’s go to the obvious: Like attracts like. This is not to call Freakie Frankie an actual cannibal (at least I hope not), but he is doing everything he can that, whether he knows it or not, will result in some sort of cannibalism. As in war, which, if we really think about it, is a sort of cannibalism: After all, central banks and the states serve up their best young men to be devoured by ritualized and militarized human sacrifice.
    Francis did not come from out of nowhere; This has been the slippery slope we’ve been living on ever since the death of Pius XII. We can examine the Pontificate of each Pontiff since John XXIII, and list what each man did to bring us to the place where we are. And this includes John Paul II: He IS NOT exempt.

    At the risk of arousing the ire of anyone, after having read her posts which have explained the matter of Bergoglio’s Pontificate in detail (and the reasoning why Ratzinger’s resignation was NOT valid), I would refer anyone to Ann Barnhardt, who has explained everything quite logically and very well. Lest anyone call Miss Barnhardt a firebrand or a reactionary, I would say, Yes, as a matter of fact, That’s Right: God Knows there is much to be reactionary about—especially when this ends in the False Prophet (whom I suspect Francis actually is) and the Anti-Christ.

    I have stated here on a number of occasions my belief that the Anti-Christ is alive on Earth now. Let us not wait to wake up gobsmacked; Let us prepare for the possibility now—by reading and sharing what we read here on FOTM and social media. We must be well-informed.

    Now onto Perry. She has said she is a satanist. I will continue to take her at her word. She said she “favors” cannibalism. I will take her at her word, and I will assume she has tasted human flesh. As I’ve said, in so many words, this is a capital crime. Whatever: She’s not the first, and she won’t be the last. I actually do believe that Hillary Clinton has done the same, literally and physically. She, too, will not be alone if I am correct. (Ultimately, Judgment Day shall tell).

    So let’s forget about Katy Perry and consign her to the Horror House of Doom known as History’s Ash Bin. But let us keep an eye on Frankenpope, because there must be a way of getting rid of him. This is the problem: As Obama was NOT a natural-born citizen, he could not have been an actual legal President. Thus, Devy Kidd has argued, according to the legal logic regarding Obama, he COULD NOT have been impeached—impeachment was not the remedy. The same applies to Frankenpope: As he is an anti-Pope, an impostor, we don’t have to wait for him to die: The conclave that “elected” him was NOT a valid conclave, as Miss Barnhardt has explained. Therefore, he CAN be deposed, provided a legal remedy is available, or can be found or deduced, provided honest cardinals abound (fat chance).

    In the meantime, we as Catholics had better prepare: We’re about to lose everything, and we need to discover what we can do to survive and carry the Faith to others, if such a thing is possible.
    Because the Anti-Christ will make mere cannibalism look like a—walk through the park, so to speak.

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    • “The conclave that “elected” him was NOT a valid conclave, as Miss Barnhardt has explained.”

      FOTM did before Barnhardt — in detail and with sources. Why don’t you ever cite us?


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      • I agree that they broke canon law. Still, even with the “lobbying”, what does that say about the other Cardinal-Electors? Who is asking for “reform”.

        I know the answer to that one. It isn’t us Catholics. Vatican II did enough damage for several centuries. This shows colossal arrogance and a complete lack of regard for The Church.

        I was thinking last night that the old Baltimore Catechism did a much better job of teaching about Sacraments and general Church traditions and rules than the new stuff.

        The Church has been under attack since its inception. Sadly, this current pretender will be there until he isn’t. As much as I dislike him I actually worry more about those that elected him.

        What always seems to happen is that they grow fat and lazy and overly accustomed to leisure, and things begin to fall apart. Then the laity ends up sorting out the mess and we begin again.

        The answers to this guy’s motives are more easily found in Tel Aviv than in Latin America.

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      • In the future, I will. Ann Barnhardt was foremost in my mind, as she wrote on this just a few days ago. My apologies.

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  18. Just shows the same invites the same, so to speak, no? They probably won’t talk about the abuse and mind control garbage that comes from TM cult groups (the filth is even advocates for “treating drug abuse”, shows how psychology etc. is being utilized to further demonize people already having problems in lieu of actually helping them.) nor that the whole “impersonal god” thing they blather about is the same “ein soph” of kabala and gnosticism in general, and not admissible as God in the slightest. (see here: https://hewhohasearslethimhear.wordpress.com/2010/09/01/transcendental-meditation-tm-refuted/ )

    Of course the “TM” filth will probably go along well with the whole “mystical contemplative prayer” thing being pushed these days as well, since its effectively the same practice. This is might be why popatine II the jesuit wants perry in there proselytizing for it, and this on top of that bizarre “fashion show” at the met just recently… one wonders, was that show perhaps “signaling” something?

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  19. I always hate to see any mention of The Church here. I love the Church. I know that Francis is an anomaly and I think I have a good idea why he’s there.

    The part that I “hate” is that there is never any shortage of Church haters out there. I sort of understand that, not that I think its excusable. I was raised a Methodist, although my mother changed denominations like some people change their underwear.

    It was due to a lifetime of searching and the influence of the Holy Spirit that I found myself becoming a Catholic in my thirties. As it turned out, I became a catechist and ended up teaching adult education as well as working with the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA).

    Throughout my years of involvement with people coming to The Church for various reasons to ultimately be in full communion with Her, I gained quite an insight into what causes people to do what they do, religiously. Coupled with my mother’s and her relatives nonsense about Catholics for years I think I have a good handle on the phenomenon.

    I do not need to defend The Church. I try mightily to not offend others, regardless of what “flavor” they proclaim. I do not claim to speak for The Church in terms of what she teaches unless I specifically say so. Many Catholics are woefully ignorant of Church history or how we came to be where we are. To make a long story short, I am not ignorant of that.

    I am distressed by Francis. Francis is not THE Church. He too will pass. I do not get up every morning and consult Francis about anything. I know of no other Catholic that does.

    My main complaint is simply this; We were here in the beginning, and remain. We owe no apologies or explanations to anybody. Properly understood we are, as Augustine said “a hospital for sinners”. I am never surprised by sinful behavior from Church members. We are ALL sinners, no exceptions. Those casting stones should buy a mirror.

    I have never regretted my decision to convert and I would never leave. I, and approximately 800 million others, ARE the Church. We don’t “quit” when things go awry. If we did our enemy would have won long ago.

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  20. Wow, this is one that could go round and round. I’m just wondering what is underpinning the deep seated predjudice I’m picking up on, almost a new thread perhaps? Really like to unpick religious predjudice between US ‘christians’ today. What does the good Dr think? There must be a story to start us off on an interesting debate?


    • I’m not getting any interest with this one which really interests me. Coming from my business psychology background, (yes the white high heels brigade again), I’m wondering what’s behind the pope election conspiracy, don’t get it, never thought of it, being provocative. Us catholic don’t question things instinctively, fascinated to hear more about this whole thing. Off to Rome in October for our annual (very small) catholic CBT meeting. Love to take something from here to reflect on. We will get a very, and I mean very brief meeting with our diplomatic mission. It’s time our online professor was recognised with a title from the pontifical Academy of Sciences. Well of course, I’m a nobody, but there is no harm in making a suggestion. Is there UBER in Rome, yes I think there is. See all things are possible for those who are willing to have a conversation.


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