The Tentacles Reach Deep!
The Roman Catholic Institution was allegedly started when the Apostle Peter visited Rome for the first time. Many scholars though, dispute this claim. Nevertheless, it is still apparent that an assembly existed in Rome because the Apostle Paul did write to it in the first century before he visited. The last chapter of the Book of Acts (Acts 28:17-31) discusses his arrival there and his subsequent ministry there. Therefore, an apostolic foundation did exist in Rome.
Initially, the Council in Jerusalem was the ruling authority and everyone congregated there every seven years. The most notable of these councils was in Acts 15 when the Apostle Paul brought the issue of circumcision and grace before the Council. There were likely others, though these councils ended in A.D. 70 with the destruction of Jerusalem.
What happened in Rome after the first century is not always as clear. What we do know is that the early church ended up having five patriarchal centers: Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria (in Egypt), Constantinople (now Istanbul in Turkey), and Rome. By the second century, the authority of the church was split among the five patriarchal cities named previously. Also, the influence of Judaism began to wane as the Phiabi Crime Family and the Roman Empire began to massacre Jewish Christians, leaving the leadership in the hands of gentiles.
When the Emperor Constantine I issued the Edict of Toleration in A.D. 313, Christianity was allowed to be formalized for the first time. After he issued his edict, he convened the Council of Nicaea and gathered all the gentile bishops he could. Interestingly, the Jewish-Christian bishops were persona non grata. Contrary to the teachings of many historians, Christianity did not become the "State Church" in the Roman Empire until A.D. 380 with the Edict of Thessalonica issued by Emperor Theodosius I. The post-Nicene church became a formalized institution with a hierarchal structure, allowing for demonic compromise at the top of the leadership pyramid. This compromise came in the form of veneration of relics, the canonization of saints, and other pagan practices incorporated into the formal church.
With the fall of Jerusalem, Antioch, and Alexandria to the Islamic Jihad in the seventh century, the Rome and Constantinople Sees "took center stage." These events further polarized Christianity, making it even more susceptible to corruption. The Roman Catholic Church emerged as the top institution after a formal split between the Roman organization and the Eastern Orthodox organization came about in A.D. 1054 when the Pope of the Roman Catholic Institution excommunicated the Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox church and the Patriarch excommunicated the Pope. This split effectively ended most cooperation between the organizations. When Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453, the Eastern Orthodox branch of the church lost most of its influence, leaving the Roman Catholic Church to dominate.
These events permitted Ancient Evil to infiltrate and even take over large portions of Christianity. But just how bad is this infiltration? Is there anything worth salvaging? As we take a look at this Bible Code, our answer is pretty clear.
This Bible Code from the last chapters of the Torah (the first five books of the Bible) tells us of a league between Ancient Evil and The Vatican (the Government of the Roman Catholic Church). This league was first chronicled by Dr. Malachi Martin, S.J. in his last book: Windswept House, published on July 13, 1998. This story has been reproduced here for those interested. The Bible Code calls its priests Chemarims (cf. Zephaniah 1:4) and its elohim are Cain (AKA Osiris) and Allah (the Moon elohim). The worship of YHWH seems to have disappeared a long time ago. Even worse, the Roman Catholic Church refuses, for the most part, to recognize and deal with the concept of evil and the devil. Consider this video clip from the 1976 movie: Exorcist II: The Heretic:
What actor Richard Burton (playing Fr, Philip Lamont, S.J.) said in this video clip is consistent with the teachings of another Jesuit we previously mentioned: Fr. Malachi Martin, S.J. Richard Burton directly referred to another Jesuit priest: Fr. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. While most Christians take exception to much of what Fr. Chardin taught, his idea of an "Omega Point," a maximum level of complexity and universal consciousness that humanity could reach is very scriptural. The movie also warned that if we reached this "Omega Point" too soon, our consciousness would be pointed towards the devil and not towards YHWH. Here is a video clip that explains this:
The interesting aspect of this movie is the almost universal hatred that the Hollywood critics had for this movie and still do. Part of it could be that many of these critics do not even believe there is a "dark side" in this world, let alone a real Devil or "Ancient Evil." (They prefer to relegate all talk of a "dark side" to the Star Wars lore, even though the first Star Wars movie was still two years in the future.) Therefore, they are not concerned about how we reach Fr. Chardin's "Omega Point." They do not share Fr. Merrin's concern that if we reach "Omega Point" too soon, we will indeed lead people to the "dark side" following Ancient Evil into the abyss. We saw an example of this happen in Nazi Germany when the ϟϟ attempted to create a "hive mind" with the German people way before they were ready. The end result of their ascent to a "hive mind" led to insanity and destruction. Now, with the COVID-19 scare, many neo-facist groups (both right and left oriented) seek to accomplish "hive mind" mentality in the United States and around the world.
The Roman Catholic Church under Jesuit Pope Francis I seems to be very willing to play along with this charade. It is as Fr. Lamont suggests, they refuse to believe in the Devil because "Satan has become an embarrassment to their progressive views." If indeed Fr. Chardin (and the character Fr. Merrin) is right, we do need to be careful not to rush to "Omega Point" before we are truly ready. Now more than ever, we need to question in considerably more detail what our government and church leaders are doing.
On the front page of this website, we questioned the direction that our Bible Colleges and Seminaries were taking with their educational curriculum. When you depart from the leading of Scripture and the Holy Spirit into the doctrines of "purpose-driven" worldly economic growth and development, the battle of good vs. evil gets buried in irrelevance. They forget Yahushua's (Jesus') warning:
Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light. But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness! No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve Elohim and mammon. (Matthew 6:19-24 emphasis author's)
We need to ask that very tough question. If we run headlong into a "hive mind" mentality without considering the implications (good or evil) of what we are doing, we run the risk of falling into an evil abyss, just like Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia did. What is even more disconcerting is the idea that we could be trying to reach this "hive mind" using chemicals (vaccines) to alter our physical composition. The idea is not new. Dr. Nathan S. Kline was the first to support the use of "pharmacological drugs" like the tranquilizer Rauvolfia serpentinato to "cure" mental illness. He would win in the Lasker Award for his idea and nearly won a Nobel Prize. Even though he is now dead, his memory lives on in the form of Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research at the Rockland Center in Orangeburg, New York. However, to be fair to Dr. Kline, he did warn:
“The tranquilizing drugs, as I have repeatedly and strongly urged, should be used only for the treatment of those whose mental and emotional state disables them… The picture of the snarling vicious dangerous monkey transformed by a few milligrams of a chemical into a friendly ‘tranquil’ and ‘happy’ animal fascinates me in a horrendous way. Such a creature is a pleasure to have around the laboratory, but he would not last ten minutes in his native jungle. Similarly, mankind is perfectly capable of tranquilizing itself into oblivion.“ [emphasis added] (Kline, N.S. Foreward. R.S. de Ropp, Drugs and the Mind, p. ix, New York: Random House, 1957.)
The idea of using drugs to alter consciousness and affect spirituality was also condemned by pioneer Psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, M.D. (who at first considered Cocaine a "miracle drug" even writing a paper titled On Coca but later realized the harm Cocaine could do and condemned its use for anything medical... effectively contradicting his earlier work), Dr. Peter Breggin, M.D., the author of Toxic Psychiatry, and countless other psychiatrists who have studied this issue in detail agree wholeheartedly with Dr. Freud's assessment.
Ancient Evil is a study that is not going away for us. Because we live so close to the end and so close to the edge, what we can find that will help us from "going off the deep end" is vital to our survival. Bookmark this page and return often to see what truths we have discovered.