Friday, February 17, 2012

Hidden Power of Papacy: A Well-Kept Secret Vatican Recognized by U.S. As a State, Not Only a Religion

Hidden Power of Papacy: A Well-Kept Secret Vatican Recognized by U.S. As a State, Not Only a Religion

February 16th, 2012
(IntelHub) – The hidden power of the papacy, advanced through the Jesuit Order, is rarely talked about it America.

It’s rarely talked about because the media on all levels ignores it.


The why is never even considered by analysts and those in the media who fail to address this question are withholding vital information. 

For example, have you ever heard CBS, ABC, FOX, NBC, CNN, Anderson Cooper, Ted Koppel and others on the major networks ever mention that the Vatican is fully recognized by the U.S. government as a State, not simply a practicing religion.
Have you ever heard any of the talking heads tell how this occurred?

Of course not, as this would begin to unravel the ball of corruption linking major political, military and religious officials as having loyalty first to the Rome and the Pope and not to the sovereignty of the United States.

First of all, most Americans have been withheld vital history about the Vatican and Jesuit Order’s infiltration and control in America’s politics and religions.

In fact, if the people knew the full truth, the Jesuits, as well as every single member of Congress, the Executive and the Judicial branches of government would be first labeled traitors and then banished from American soil.

And to illustrate this point it must be remembered how many other countries have expelled the Jesuits for the very same reason, the simple fact being Jesuits mix their fascist agenda with politics, seeking complete loyalty for the Pope and their planned one world government and religion centered in Jerusalem.
To further illustrate the point,in the 1860′s patriots wise to the Vatican’s real intentions, cut-off all diplomatic relations with the papacy due to the Vatican’s known involvement in the Lincoln assassination? And this is just the tip of the ice-berg, as the same thing happened in the JFK assassination.

But does the mainstream or any of the talking heads bother to make the connection or even bother to inform their listeners about America’s stolen history, a history linking Vatican involvement in an attempt to destroy all the freedoms inherent in our Constitution?
Of course not, because if they did, none of them would be seen again on television again, as our media has become nothing but a tool of Jesuit deception, a deception guiding the hands of all our major political and religious institutions, which are all overtly or covertly promoting war and violence at home and abroad.
For those interested in learning how the Vatican is recognized as a State, how it survived a lawsuit filed against it and how this recognition destroys the separation of Church and State in this country, read the following written by Tupper Saussy, as well as some other interesting Vatican tid-bits taken from his book, Rulers of Evil.

Few people seem to be aware that the Roman Catholic Church in America is officially recognized as a State.

How this came about makes interesting reading. Listen to what Saussy has to say:
Early in his administration, President Ronald Reagan invited the Vatican City, whose ruling head is the Pope, to open its firstembassy in Washington, D.C. His Holiness responded positively,and the embassy, or Apostolic Nunciature of the Holy See, opened officially on January 10, 1984.
Shortly thereafter, a complaint was filed against President Reagan at U.S. District Court in Philadelphia by the American Jewish Congress, the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs,Seventh Day Adventists, the National Council of Churches, the National Association of Evangelicals, and Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
The plaintiffs sought to have the Court declare that the administration had unconstitutionally granted to the Roman Catholic faith privileges that were being denied to other establishments of religion.
On May 7, 1985 the suit was thrown out by Chief Judge John Fullam. Judge Fullam ruled that district courts do not have jurisdiction to intervene in “foreign policy decisions” of the executive branch. Bishop James W. Malone, President of the U.S. Catholic Conference, praised Judge Fullam’s decision, noting that it settled “not a religious issue but a public policy question.”
The plaintiffs appealed. The Third Circuit denied the appeal, noticing that “the Roman Catholic Church’s unique position of control over a sovereign territory gives it advantages that other religious organizations do not enjoy.”
The Apostolic Nunciature at 3339 Massachusetts Avenue N.W. enables Pontifex Maximus to supervise more closely American civil government – “public policy” – as administered through Roman Catholic laypersons. (One such layperson was Chief Judge Fullam, whose Roman Catholicism apparently escaped the attention of the plaintiffs.)
This same imperium ran pagan Rome in essentially the same way. The public servants were priests of the various gods and goddesses. Monetary affairs, for example, were governed by priests of the goddess Moneta. Priests of Dionysus managed architecture and cemeteries, while priests of Justitia, with her sword, and Libera, blindfolded, holding her scales aloft, ruled the courts. Hundreds of priestly orders, known as the Sacred College, managed hundreds of government bureaus, from the justice system to the construction, cleaning, and repair of bridges (no bridge could be built withoutthe approval of Pontifex Maximus), buildings, temples, castles, baths, sewers, ports, highways, walls and ramparts of cities and the boundaries of lands.
Priests directed the paving and repairing of streets and roads, supervised the calendar and the education of youth. Priests regulated weights, measures, and the value of money. Priests solemnized and certified births, baptisms, puberty, purification, confession, adolescence, marriage, divorce, death, burial, excommunication, canonization, deification, adoption into families, adoption into tribes and orders of nobility. Priests ran the libraries, tmuseums, the consecrated lands and treasures. Priests registered the trademarks and symbols. Priests were in charge of public worship, directing the festivals, plays, entertainments, games and ceremonies. Priests wrote and held custody over wills, testaments, and legal conveyances.
By the fourth century, one half of the lands and one fourth of the population of the Roman Empire were owned by the priests. When the Emperor Constantineand his Senate formally adopted Christianity as the Empire’s official religion, the exercise was more of a merger or acquisition than a revolution. The wealth of thepriests merely became the immediate possession of the Christian churches, and the priests merely declared themselves Christians. Government continued withoutinterruption. The pagan gods and goddesses were artfully outfitted with names appropriate to Christianity. The sign over the Pantheon indicating “To [the fertility goddess]Cybele and All the Gods” was re-written “To Mary and All the Saints.”
The Temple of Apollo became the Church of St.Apollinaris. The Temple of Mars was reconsecrated Church of Santa Martina, with the inscription “Mars hence ejected, Martina, martyred maid/ Claims now the worship which to him was paid.”Haloed icons of Apollo were identified as Jesus, and the crossesof Bacchus and Tammuz were accepted as the official symbol of the Crucifixion. Pope Leo I decreed that “St. Peter and St. Paul have replaced Romulus and Remus as Rome’s protecting patrons.” Pagan feasts, too, were Christianized. December 25 – the celebratedbirthday of a number of gods, among them Saturn, Jupiter, Tammuz, Bacchus, Osiris, and Mithras – was claimed to have been that of Jesus as well, and the traditional Saturnalia, season of drunken merriment and gift-giving, evolved into Christmas.
Playing loose with truth and Scripture in order to bring every human creature into subjection to the Roman Pontiff is a technique called “missionary adaptation.” Vatican literature explains this as “the adjustment of the mission subject to the cultural requirements of the mission object” so that the papacy’s needs will be brought “as much as possible in accord with existing socially shared patterns of thought, evaluation, and action, so as to avoid unnecessary and serious disorganization.”
Rome has so seamlessly adapted its mission to American secularism that we do not think of the United States as a Catholic system. Yet the rosters of government rather decisively show this to be the case.
By far the greatest challenge to missionary adaptation has been Scripture – that is, the Old and New Testaments, commonly known as the Holy Bible. Almost for as long as Rome has been the seat of Pontifex Maximus, there has been a curious enmity between between the popes and the Bible whose believers they are presumed to head.
Source: Intel Hub

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