Thus Spake The Ra Aton

Richard Stanley

Well-Known Member
Who can gainsay a scientific observatory of the highest reputation that the Sun (the mantle of the Aton) has not moved its course, numerous times, in defense of the Elect? Maybe Joe Atwill should reconsider that the Resurrection was true?

To foster even further the Catholic zeal for a "war of liberation," a few months after Pius XII's "miracle" the Vatican's official organ, the Osservatore Romano, related with all its massive authority how Pius XII had truly witnessed a "miracle of the sun," as referred to by Cardinal Tedeschini when he told the story at Fatima, Portugal, on October 13, 1951.

And the Pope's newspaper, to prove the authenticity of the miracle, published on its front page two "rigorously authentic" photos showing the prodigy of Fatima. The captions were even more matter of fact: "At 12 o'clock the vision began. At twenty minutes past 12, the rainy weather cleared up and soon afterwards a voice cried: 'Look at the sun!' The two 'authentic' photographs clearly show the black spot in the sun caused by its rapid whirling, and the position reached by the sun almost level with the horizon, although the photographs were taken at 12:30 p.m." "This position," commented the sober Osservatore Romano, "would have been absolutely impossible at the hour when the pictures were taken at 12:30 p.m."

The sun, in other words, was on the horizon when it should have been where any well behaved sun is, at an ordinary common noon. An even greater miracle, which the Osservatore, having no proofs, did not mention, was that apart from the photographer, the rest of mankind never noticed the sun falling to the horizon at noon on October 13, 1917.

The Osservatore then recalled "another surprising fact" which occurred at the Vatican thirty years later (that is, in 1950): "At the time when the entire Catholic family was rejoicing, in union with the Vicar of Jesus Christ, in the dogmatic definition of Our Lady's Assumption into heaven" (that is, the dogma of the bodily assumption of Mary, defined by Pius XII in 1950)—in a curt authoritative summing up, the Osservatore commented: "It is not our task to draw deductions from these singular analogous events . . . but Our Lady's interventions frequently happen in the gravest days of the Church's history, even with signs directed personally to the successor of Peter." [6]

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Interesting that while American 'intelligence' assets were working overtime to 'debase' American culture, other aspects of the ivory towers were working overtime to pull us into, not only the Vietnam War, but an all out pre-emptive nuclear war with the Soviet Union, the latter of which I am guessing was all a 'psyopera' involving the Marxist 'controlled opposition' of the oligarches in their frantic machinations to maintain the prerogatives of the ancien regime.

Prayers, novenas and talk of the forthcoming "liberation" of Russia were renewed at Fatima and in hundreds of churches in many lands. The Catholic press, meanwhile, went on reminding its readers of the Virgin's second prophecy concerning that poor, atheistic country. Having mobilized religious fanaticism, Pius XII and his friends in the U.S. set to work in the more practical fields of open and secret diplomacy and politics. Only one week after the disclosure of Pius XII's greatest miracle, the U.S. was stunned by the announcement that the first American ambassador had been appointed to the Vatican (October 21, 1951)—something strictly forbidden by the American Constitution's article of Separation of Church and State.

Who was the ambassador? General Mark Clark, a friend of the Supreme Knight of Columbus, Secretary of the American Navy Matthews, personal friend also of Cardinal Spellman and of Pope Pius XII. But more ominous still General Clark was Chief of the American Army Field Forces.[3]

Ten days later in November, 1951, the first American ambassador designate to the Vatican busied himself as one of the leading military men directing atomic maneuvers in the Nevada desert; the first atomic warfare exercises in history in which troops were stationed near the atomic burst detonated by atom bombs of a new type.

Almost simultaneously, another no less important ambassador personage was given a new assignment. Mr. George Kennan was appointed American ambassador to Moscow. Mr. Kennan was none other than the head of the Free Russia Committee, a body, as its name implies, set up to promote the liberation of Russia from communism—most of its supporters, of course, being leading Catholics.

The new ambassador was not the only one to lead such bodies. The American ambassador, who early in 1950 had welcomed the pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima in Moscow, Admiral Kirk, subsequently became chairman of the American committee for The Liberation of the People of Russia.

While Pius XII was telling the Catholic masses that the Virgin Mary had communicated with him regarding Russia, and while sundry American generals and ambassadors were preparing for the "liberation," another spectacular event occurred. In October, 1951 (notice the same month that Pius revealed his miracles), the bookstalls of America and Europe were flooded with over four million copies of a top U.S. magazine, Colliers. The whole issue, of well over 130 closely printed pages, was dedicated . . . to what? To the imminent atomic war against Soviet Russia. The war, it predicted, would begin in 1952. Russia would be defeated and occupied. After the "liberation," which would occur in 1955, while the economic reconstruction would be handed over to the U.S. Corporations, religious freedom would be proclaimed.[4]
 
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Jerry Russell

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The famous pacifist and atheist, Bertrand Russell, also favorably discussed this option of a 'preventive' nuclear war against Russia, although his statements seem to have fallen short of unambiguous advocacy for this course of action. Fortunately, cooler minds prevailed, and the idea doesn't seem to have been popular with the public; see http://tinyurl.com/p66r8qf .

Interesting to speculate that this was never a serious proposal, even coming from its strongest advocates. And what to make of the fact that the Pope himself claimed that the sun had dropped from the sky, in living memory, and captured in a photographic record? Such lunacy seems like it could only have one intent, to make a laughing-stock out of himself and his church. The end of Christianity has apparently been in the works for some time.

Or am I underestimating the credulity of the public? Perhaps there is no limit.
 

Richard Stanley

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As I stated in the middle of all that, I think that maybe the calls for a pre-emptive nuclear war was all a psyopera. We know all about the Vatican's banking relationship with the Rothschild's and the latter's role with the Bolshevik Revolution, the use of Marx as a means to subvert and co-opt real 'socialism' and workers movements, even Stalin's appearance as a double agent.

More importantly to me, is the clear role of the Vatican in pursuing its core concern by such as the use of the Fatima prophecies to recruit global Catholics to fight for Hitler, and once WWII and Hitler crashed, they picked right up with the same MO in terms of the Cold War, Vietnam, and all associated with that.

While everyone was mesmerized, in a Purple Haze so to speak, the messiah (JFK) was supposed killed and there was no more treatment of Catholics as a second class in America. But other than such as Avro Manhattan, who discusses this kind of backstory to Vietnam and WWII, and why is that so? Is it because the 'Jews' control the Western media, or 'someone' else?
 

Jerry Russell

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Staff member
Since 1990 the Roman Catholic church has been re-established in Russia, but hasn't caught on in any big way: Wiki says that polls detect about 150,000 Roman Catholics there. So Pius XII's expressed goal of converting Russia to Catholicism remains unrealized.
 

Richard Stanley

Well-Known Member
The black and white checkerboard and the chessboard are the same, but you're playing checkers. Why should you believe that Pius XII's end game was really what he stated, and not a feint?
 
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