Anti-pope Francis Inaugural Words Analyzed

Anti-pope Francis Inaugural Words Analyzed

The first words of the new anti-pope are from his very brief inaugural speech upon the announcement of his so-called election. The emphasis is ours for analysis.

Apostolic Blessing “Urbi et Orbi”: 13 March 2013

Brothers and sisters, good evening!

You know that it was the duty of the Conclave to give Rome a Bishop.  It seems that my brother Cardinals have gone to the ends of the earth to get one… but here we are… I thank you for your welcome.  The diocesan community of Rome now has its Bishop.  Thank you!      And first of all, I would like to offer a prayer for our Bishop Emeritus, Benedict XVI.  Let us pray together for him, that the Lord may bless him and that Our Lady may keep him. 

Our Father…

Hail Mary…

Glory Be…

And now, we take up this journey:  Bishop and People.  This journey of the Church of Rome which presides in charity over all the Churches.  A journey of fraternity, of love, of trust among us.  Let us always pray for one another.  Let us pray for the whole world, that there may be a great spirit of fraternity.  It is my hope for you that this journey of the Church, which we start today, and in which my Cardinal Vicar, here present, will assist me, will be fruitful for the evangelization of this most beautiful city. 

And now I would like to give the blessing, but first – first I ask a favour of you: before the Bishop blesses his people, I ask you to pray to the Lord that he will bless me: the prayer of the people asking the blessing for their Bishop.  Let us make, in silence, this prayer:  your prayer over me. 

[...]

Now I will give the Blessing to you and to the whole world, to all men and women of good will.

[Blessing]

Brothers and sisters, I leave you now.  Thank you for your welcome.  Pray for me and until we meet again.  We will see each other soon.  Tomorrow I wish to go and pray to Our Lady, that she may watch over all of Rome.  Good night and sleep well!

(source: Vatican)

Analysis

There are already many subtle hints at the one world religion and Freemasonry in this speech. People oblivious to the times in which we live would not find anything problematic in what Francis said.

Give Rome a Bishop

Giving the world a Pope is the real goal, not merely giving Rome a Bishop. The title of the Apostolic Constitution UNIVERSI DOMINICI GREGIS says clearly  - On the Vacancy of the Apostolic See and the Election of the Roman Pontiff. This emphasis on collegiality rather than hierarchical authority will become noticeable later as every country will have their version of “Pope,” and relativism will reign such that anything goes, just like the Protestant denominations do now (e.g. Anglicans, Lutherans, Baptists, etc) with various factions within their denominations never coming to agreement. Francis’ emphasis on the word Bishop instead of Pope reinforces this, and falls in line with the leadership style of other religions without a single head, including Orthodox, Protestant, Muslim, and Eastern religions such as Hindu and Buddhist.

Bishop Emeritus, Benedict XVI

We see that the anti-pope refuses to acknowledge the title given to Pope Benedict XVI as Pope Emeritus. Francis merely called him Bishop Emeritus. There has never in history been the title Pope Emeritus so that is a hint that Pope Benedict XVI is really still the pope, who will ultimately be martyred for the faith.

Church of Rome

The Church of Rome is a term commonly used with Protestants as their means to treat the One Holy Catholic Apostolic Church as just another denomination, and in many cases considering her to be the whore of Babylon. Why didn’t he say the Catholic Church or Universal Church or Church of Christ (as used in Lumen Gentium)?

Fraternity

Fraternity is a very commonly used and highly emphasized term by Freemasons, and was part of the battle cry for the atheists who cause the French Revolution in 1789, whereby the Catholic Church was suppressed and a great many Catholics were martyred, including the King and Queen. The atheist French cried “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.” Manly P. Hall, a very well respected Freemason from some decades ago, said: ” Freemasonry is a fraternity within a fraternity — an outer organization concealing an inner brotherhood of the elect … it is necessary to establish the existence of these two separate and yet interdependent orders, the one visible and the other invisible. The visible society is a splendid camaraderie of ‘free and accepted’ men enjoined to devote themselves to ethical, educational, fraternal, patriotic, and humanitarian concerns. The invisible society is a secret and most August [defined as 'of majestic dignity, grandeur'] fraternity whose members are dedicated to the service of a mysterious arcannum arcandrum [defined as 'a secret, a mystery'].” [Hall, Lectures on Ancient Philosophy, p. 433] Francis used this Fraternity term twice which naturally is an emphasis.

The prayer of the people asking the blessing for their Bishop

This bit of false humility is a good example of the clericalization of the laity, which was refuted by Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. Laity cannot bless the Pope (again referring to himself as Bishop). In the coming fake church there will not be much, if any distinction, between priest and laity, making modernists and feminists happy.

Conclusion

This is merely a hint of what is to come. We will publish some key signs to look for in the coming weeks and months. Stay tuned.

One response to “Anti-pope Francis Inaugural Words Analyzed

  1. My very problem with you is that you don’t even know wht the catholic church is teaching even though claim to be a catholic christian. So your interpretation of the Pope’s inaugural words are just what you wanted to get from them and not what the pope actually meant. You are the very source of confusion

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