Sunday, April 09, 2006

- Was Malachi Martin Right about Satan in Newvatican?

Fr. Malachi Martin's Last Work in 1996In Which the Vatican Insider Claims that Satanic Services Have Been Held in NewvaticanIn Furtherance of a Masonic-like "One-World Religion"Pope Paul VI Agreed with Fr. Martin that Satan Had Entered the Vatican

Fr. Malachi Martin, a recognized theologian, authority on the Catholic Church, and former professor at the Vatican's Pontifical Biblical Institute, wrote frequently on this issue in books that were worldwide bestsellers. It is to Fr. Martin, who said the Traditional Latin Mass privately in his domestic chapel every day, that we owe the term "Great Facade" to describe what we here call Newchurch, which he described as not the Catholic Church, but the servant of the New Order codified at Vatican II. Fr. Martin had been a Jesuit since 1958, but in 1964 asked Pope Paul VI to secularize him (i.e., remove him from the Order to become a secular priest) because the post-Conciliar Jesuits had abandoned the Catholic Faith. From that point he retired to New York and wrote fifteen works of fiction and non-fiction on the basis of his extensive insider knowledge of the Vatican.

Fr. Martin was an experienced exorcist, who had performed hundreds of exorcisms at Rome and elsewhere. He did claim that Satanic influences were at work in Newvatican. But he was not alone in this contention. A number of Vatican officials have admitted the same to the European press. Moreover, Pope Paul VI proclaimed publicly in 1972, just seven years after the close of Vatican II, that "the smoke of Satan has entered the sanctuary." Newvatican officials have more recently spoken of the increased need for exorcisms in Newvatican.

Fr. Martin first made explicit reference to a Satanic rite held in Rome in his 1990 non-fiction bestseller about geopolitics and Newvatican, The Keys of This Blood, in which he wrote:
Most frighteningly for [Pope] John Paul [II], he had come up against the irremovable presence of a malign strength in his own Vatican and in certain bishops' chanceries. It was what knowledgeable Churchmen called the "superforce." Rumors, always difficult to verify, tied its installation to the beginning of Pope Paul VI's reign in 1963. Indeed Paul had alluded somberly to "the smoke of Satan which has entered the Sanctuary" ... an oblique reference to an enthronement ceremony by Satanists in the Vatican. Besides, the incidence of Satanic pedophilia -- rites and practices -- was already documented among certain bishops and priests as widely dispersed as Turin, in Italy, and South Carolina, in the United States. The cultic acts of Satanic pedophilia are considered by professionals to be the culmination of the Fallen Archangel's rites.
But Fr. Martin revealed much more about this alleged ritual in his last work, Windswept House: A Vatican Novel, written in 1996, three years before his death. Windswept House was a mixed work of fact and fiction, which argues that, since Vatican II, certain officials in Newvatican are Satanically laying the groundwork for a New World Order after the Masonic, oecumenical pattern, and that these Newvatican officials have cohorts at targeted local parishes around the world.

In Windswept House Fr. Martin vividly described a Satanic ceremony called "The Enthronement of the Fallen Archangel Lucifer," supposedly held in St. Paul's Chapel within the Vatican on June 29, 1963, barely a week after the election of Paul VI. According to The New American, Fr. Martin confirmed that the ceremony did indeed occur as he had described. "Oh yes, it is true; very much so. But the only way I could put that down into print is in novelistic form." Fr. Martin named names, but because he feared assassination attempts, he used pseudonyms. TRADITIO, however, has made available to its readers a key to the names of the Newvatican officials involved, which was prepared by a contributor at the time. For further information, see Who's Who in "Windswept House": A Key to the Characters in Fr. Malachi Martin's "Windswept House" .

At his death Fr. Martin was at work on what he said would be his most controversial and important book. Entitled Primacy: How the Institutional Roman Catholic Church Became a Creature of the New World Order, it was to deal with power and the papacy, and analyzed the revolutionary shift in the ancient dogma of primacy that lies at the heart of what many now see as the first breakdown of papal power in two millennia.

In a radio interview in New York, Fr. Martin was asked whether he feared for his life since writing Windswept House. Fr. Martin said that he was, but that he was too old to change his ways. Fr. Martin soon met his death under very suspicious circumstances. He was found unconscious and bleeding in his home with hard wood fragments imbedded in his skull. In a coma, he regained consciousness just briefly enough to declare that it was a murder attempt, but that he did not get a chance to see who did it. Fr. Martin fell back into coma and died on July 27, 1999. Some who followed Fr. Martin's career believe that he was murdered because he knew too much about the Satanic cabal that infiltrated and took over Newvatican.

Fr. Martin was undoubtedly a brilliant publicist of his works. He appeared regularly on radio and television to explain his contentions. We suspect that he "gilded the lily" a bit for publicity purposes, but he seems to have been sincere in his contentions and certainly quite knowledgeable about Newvatican.

In the past, we were content to rely on more normal explanations for what is going on in Newvatican. The Seven Capital Sins, especially Pride, Avarice, and Lust, seem to explain a lot. St. Thomas Aquinas spoke of the sources of evil as being the world, the flesh, and the devil, with most evils coming from the former two. Yet, as the Church of the New Order has developed since Vatican II before our eyes these last forty years, it is becoming harder and harder to deny the possibility of diabolical influences in the mix. After all, Newchurch, because it is lacking the graces of many Sacraments, including the Most Blessed Eucharist, would certainly be expected to have little protection against the world, the flesh, and the devil.

Traditional Catholics pray at the end of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (just one of many prayers that have been suppressed in the Novus Ordo Service) against Satanam aliosque spiritus malignos, qui ad perditionem animarum pervagantur in mundo. It may well be the protection of the graces flowing in profusion from the Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments, and the continued recitation of this prayer to St. Michael the Archangel, whom Scripture teaches us will be God's final instrument against Satan, that has preserved traditional Catholics from the daemonic frenzy that seems to have affected the Church of the New Order.


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