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Primus
Monday, March 28th, 2016, 07:04 AM
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The first of several conversations betwixt Art Bell and Fr. Martin.

ubLQzBZi5G8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubLQzBZi5G8

Alice
Saturday, November 17th, 2018, 01:03 PM
Those are quite frightening to listen to, especially when Malachi Martin (1921-1999) speaks about the perfectly possessed.

I've also listened to some good interviews with Adam Blai (peritus of religious demonology and exorcism) and Father Gary Thomas (exorcist for the diocese of San Jose, California.)

Astragoth
Saturday, November 17th, 2018, 03:06 PM
I remember that interview.

jagdmesser
Sunday, November 18th, 2018, 08:18 PM
Want to Read









https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1388204114l/65551.jpg (https://www.goodreads.com/book/photo/65551.Windswept_House)


Want to Read

Windswept House

by Malachi Martin (https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/37013.Malachi_Martin)




The Cold War has ended. With a scope and daring not possible until now, an unlikely international alliance of top-level political, financial, and religious interests sees the way clear at last to its ultimate goal: the establishment of a single global society. Utopia.

These are men with nothing in common but immense power and a towering ambition for still more. With world unity and prosperity as their slogan--and with betrayal, scandal, and murder as their ready weapons--they have the means and the will to capture as their own the perfect global machinery for their plans: the oldest, wiliest, and most stable political chancery in the world--the Vatican.

At the vortex of this lethal struggle stands the embattled Pope, a geopolitical genius whose elimination is the short-term solution to a long-term goal, and two American brothers, Paul and Christian Gladstone, one a lawyer and the other a priest, who appear to be the perfect pawns. One falls prey to the sharp teeth of greed for power. The other will become one of the Slavic Pontiff's closest allies...and will discover the darkest secrets at the very heart of papal Rome.

From America to Europe to Russia, in broad landscapes and clandestine corridors, a rich and varied cast--presidents and politicos, simple saints and savvy sinners, popes and pope-makers--clash with one another amid dramatic and sometimes bloody events that will affect the destiny of every person alive today.

Vatican insider Martin claimed this book was 80% true.


Windswept House by Malachi Martin
(https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/65551.Windswept_House)




Its a good revelation of the end of the century progression and conquest of Globalism.

Terminus
Sunday, November 18th, 2018, 09:12 PM
Irish Catholic, possible ex-Jesuit, based in New York City, first name and surname shared by Jews. There's not much to like about this guy.

Attacks on the Church are detrimental if they overlook Judaism. Where the Church is concerned, it must simply be kept out of politics and confined to it's domain of influence.

Blusnayl
Monday, November 19th, 2018, 10:17 PM
Those are quite frightening to listen to, especially when Malachi Martin (1921-1999) speaks about the perfectly possessed.

I've also listened to some good interviews with Adam Blai (peritus of religious demonology and exorcism) and Father Gary Thomas (exorcist for the diocese of San Jose, California.)

Indeed...for those who can perceive nonphysical beings and energy streams, it's painfully apparent a disproportionate scope of human suffering be related with manipulation deriving of such. What the masses term the 'elite,' are in portion themselves well aware of this...and adamantly utilize technology and ritual toward such ends. In perspective, it is unnervingly easy to hijack, manipulate, and occasionally even possess many individuals in the current age. Very few possess both the requisite willpower and awareness to be anything other than programmed automatons working toward the ends of their puppeteers unbeknownst.

In any event, this isn't particularly helpful to bring up, given modern standards in sentience and capacity of perception.

Nonetheless...it makes for an interesting show for those who can dispassionately observe from afar whether many at all are able to quite find within themselves the light of awareness to 'see the strings' as Rome burns in the background, and the masses are otherwise beside themselves joyfully delirious with circus and bread.