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- Publication Date : January 23, 2019
- Publisher : Independent History and Research (January 23, 2019)
- File Size : 21740 KB
- ASIN : B07N2YBML9
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- Print Length : 885 pages
- Language: : English
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Hoffman's work is always revelatory and paradigm changing and this book is no different.
However, the material in this latest work is so disturbing I had to put it down several times over
the course of reading it to struggle to digest what I just read. It has been several weeks since I
finished his new book and I'm still trying to process it. The material will shake you to
your core. It also deserves better than a one or two sentence review here on Amazon. This work
is, and will continue to filter down through the Catholic and Christian consciousness, but I
would surmise the lack of coverage of the book at this point is due to the sheer fact that no one
can figure out how to classify it or respond to its arguments. This book truly breaks new ground
and no one knows what to do with it.
In brief, the book details several very subtle (initially) - but tectonic plate sized shifts in dogma
and practice by the Roman Catholic papacy and College of Cardinals taking place during the
Renaissance period continuing and metasticizing in slow but steady fashion up to the present
day. The tectonic shifts concerned 1. the defacto (and later de jure) abolishment of the Biblical
prohibition on usury (defined Biblically and traditionally up through the Middle Ages as the
taking of ANY profit or interest on loans) 2. The institution of the philosophy of 'probabilism'
and mental reservation and 'equivocation' as refined by St Alphonsus Liguori permitting,
(among many things) lying under oath and theft, etc. 3. And this third one is the most disturbing
- the introduction of the occult philosophy of Hermes Tresmegistus and Pharaonic Egypt in a
neo-platonic/hermetic 'push' into the belief and practices (initially) of the hierarchy of the Roman
Catholic Church, and later through things like Vatican II and the actions of Pope Francis
extending that 'philosophy' to the laity and virtually the whole Church because 'the times' were
such that the 'people' were ready.
Among many anti-Biblical and anti-Christian beliefs inculcated from this - was the desire to
'synthesize' some element of each and every religion in the world (as 'directed' by Hermes 'first
theology') into Catholicism. With the development of a 'higher' class, i.e. initiated Clerics and
Philosophers, came the desire to use and practice Magic, to harmonize the Kabbala and the
Talmud with the Gospel, to dabble in everything else of the occult such as by re-erecting
Egyptian obelisks in Europe that had been previously knocked down by Christians 1300 years
prior. This is all in direct contravention of specific Biblical prohibitions on such conduct, belief
and practices which prohibitions, among other things, prevented the corruption of Biblical
society and practice. If the Bible is truly considered by the Christian to be God's directly revealed
truth, then why would one go and mix it with Egyptian and pagan elements from across the
world. You can begin to see the real 'inside joke' being played by Pope John Paul II when he
tells Voodoo Priests in Haiti that 'they should be interested in our religion and we should be
interested in theirs' or when he goes into a synagogue and tells Judaics that they are our 'elder
brothers in the faith' instead of what pre-Renaissance Clerics had done, which is go into the
Synagogue and ask the Judaics to convert to Catholicism. This is more than just some
humanistic 'fell good' sentiment - this syncretism is part of this occult practice.
This work brings massive amounts of primary material to bear on this infiltration including the
review of many Renaissance works in their original, un-redacted' format. Hoffman also uses that
rarest of skill, in that he takes what is plainly visible in front of your face and recognizes what is
there to see. On my trips to Europe, I knelt down in many Baroque and Renaissance period
churches in Austria and Northern Italy where I looked up and saw symbols such as a human
eyeball ensconced in triangle (pyramid) looking down at me from a position above the altar. I
never knew it, but symbols like this were the Church hierarchies 'signal' of creeping occult
This book is part theology manual, part document based history, and part argument/wake-up call
to Catholics and Christians with an open mind. There is just one 'hit' after the next in this book.
We have Ratzinger, before he was a Cardinal or Pope, writing that the Resurrection of Christ was
'symbolic' such that Christ did not rise on the third day. We have Pope Leo the Xth making sure
the Talmud is printed under license by the finest printers in Europe, saving the Talmud from
destruction. We have the theological superstar of Vatican II Henry Di Lubac, put in place at the
Council after having written books praising the architects of the occult infiltration into the
Roman Church. It is almost to much to bear.
One thing is certain, the Catholic world has spun so far off its axis since the Renaissance no one
can even see where we started from. The road back is long and arduous. All I can say is, I hope
God is indeed merciful because we are all going to need it.
The late Eustace Mullins told us in "The Curse of Canaan" that the Rothschilds took over all of the financial operations of the worldwide Catholic Church in 1823. Michael Hoffman claims here: "Our understanding of the papacy's filthy lucre reached a new order of magnitude in 1832, when the Rothschilds began to finance the Church of Rome, two years after Pius VIII removed the last penalties and obstacles to "Catholic" usury and those who practiced it."
Corrado Pallenberg detailed, in "Vatican Finances" (1971), 12 Million scudi loans by the Rothschilds to the Holy See, between December 1831 and August 1837. Pallenberg: "On these loans the Holy See had to pay an interest of 5 per cent a year on the nominal value plus 1 per cent for amortization. But if one considers the gap between the nominal value and the price of issue, plus the commission, especially of the usurious first deal concluded with the Rothschilds, the interest became much higher."
Unfortunately hardly anything in here about the Sabbatean-Frankist take-over of the Catholic Church. Maurice Pinay's books are not mentioned, nor is Marie Carré's "AA-1025: Memoirs of the Communist Infiltration into the Church". Not a word about the works of E. Michael Jones ("The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit") or Hutton Gibson's "Paul VI's Legacy: Catholicism?" or Michael Rose's "Goodbye Good Men: How Liberals Brought Corruption into the Catholic Church". But there's so much in Hoffman's book that's connected to what is told in the above mentioned works, that all who loved these books will be very happy with what Michael Hoffman offers us here.
The General Index consists of 34 pages, the Scripture Index 4 pages, the Bibliography 36 pages, and in the middle of the book there are 35 rare colour pictures, on photo paper, among else of works by Michelangelo, who is not loved very much by Hoffman, "When we consider that Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel is regarded as one of the holiest sanctuaries in Christendom, we begin to grasp the depth of human credulity. The Sistine Chapel is the realm of Plato; not Jesus Christ. Our Lord was not a nude, despite the lustful allure of the several revolting depictions of Him hanging virtually nude on the Cross, which we encounter in "Catholic" art after the Middle Ages and which is by no means limited to the Renaissance. Neither were the apostles, disciples or the holy women who followed Him naked, yet the Church of Rome's Sistine Chapel consists of a riot of nudity which marks one of the most startling departures from the true Church of the previous millennium."
In the article "The Great Divide" in his Revisionist History Newsletter of April-May 2017 Hoffman concluded: "At its most fundamental level, the division among people is not between Republicans and Democrats; Judaics and gentiles; Protestants, Muslims and Catholics; or blacks and whites or rich and poor. It is between those who seek the truth at all cost, no matter how damaging and disruptive to their own prized and revered beliefs, and those who prefer the comfort of a lie. That, ladies and gentlemen, is the great divide."
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