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The Vatican Worships Saturn A.K.A. Satan
Is Turin really the capital of Satanism in Italy? The notion is now so widespread that it seems to have become commonplace for the people concerned and the man in the street. As early as 1986 the idea was launched by the German weekly when it portrayed Turin as a city besieged by the nightmare of Satanism, where thousands of adepts were constantly engaged in devil worship. The uproar caused by a 1988 conference on Diabolos, Dialogos, and Daimon held there and sponsored by the city government, merely confirmed the impression.
This general impression does, in fact, have some historical basis. During the second half of the 19th century, this city capital of the Savoy monarchical seat became a refuge for a great many magicians and followers of the occult, attracted to Turin by substantial help from the governors. For, those were the years of fierce opposition between the two institutions of Church and State, which was in favor of encouraging the spread of the phenomenon to the detriment of the Catholic Church. Thus until the end of the century, the Pie Imontese rulers allowed sects of all kinds, satanic and occult, considerable freedom for expansion.
But it would be mistaken to think that the current Satanic wave, now swelling, is the direct offshoot of the 19th-century variety.
During this century, satanic sects in Italy all but disappeared. The reason was the authorities' growing hostility – the first trial in Turin of followers of satanic sects took place in 1890 – but mainly the hostility of the establishment generally during the immediate, culturally materialistic, and primarily Marxist post-war years.
According to sociologist Massimo Introvigne, the phenomenon barely existed during the 1960s. But it was precisely then that an alternative culture developed in the United States, spreading to Europe and becoming embodied in the 1968 students' movements. In those years, Satanism took on new life in California when Anton Szandor La Vey, a young San Franciscan, founded a “Church of Satan” that had startling appeal. But the real father of contemporary Satanism must rightly be considered to be Alastair Crowley, the English Rosicrucian who died in 1947 and whose writings on Satanism and the Occult largely inspired La Vey's “church”. In the atmosphere of protest that developed around the 1968 movements, interest in all forms of transgressive behavior increased in Italy as well as elsewhere. Newly reimported, the phenomenon of Satanism began to spread in Italy once again. As the crisis within Marxism grew progressively more acute during the 1980s, finally leading to the collapse of regimes in eastern Europe, the ground became increasingly fertile for it and it is now spreading on an alarming scale.
Turin is no longer an isolated spot on the map of Satanism. In recent years Bologna has also earned the name of “satanic city”. The administrative center of the region of Emilia and its surrounding countryside have witnessed episodes of profanation of churches and cemeteries and the celebration of black masses. During these rituals, which follow an inverted version of the canons of a Catholic mass, the devil is invoked and the Eucharist profaned, but there is also a great deal of sexual activity. And sometimes crimes proper are committed. The Bolognese judiciary has been investigating and the magistrates in charge have announced dramatic revelations to be made public soon.
Meanwhile, Father Gabriele Amorth, the official diocesan exorcist, has recently declared that “Rome is currently the most satanized city in Italy”. Apart from the city itself the phenomenon – a phenomenon foreign to the traditional culture of the Eternal City and imported from outside – centers on the surrounding hills, known as the “Castelli Romani”. What are the reasons for the large-scale spread of these rituals within the capital? In an interview last year. Father Amorth offered the following explanation: “I'd say that in general the presence of the Pope at Castel Gandolfo (in the Castelli Romani), and not only there but also in Rome, the center of Christianity, is more than a secondary attraction for all those intent on countering faith”.
The recent focus on the question by the Italian Church hierarchy also suggests that Satanism is now spreading among ordinary people. In collaboration with the Italian Group for Research and Information on Sects (GRIS) and the University of Bologna, the Episcopal Conference is backing a nationwide survey on the subject of religious sentiment. The declared aim is to provide a map of these phenomena in Italy.
“We believe that the real number of children whose records were lost or who were afraid ever to come forward is in the thousands,” according to the grand jury report.
“Priests were raping little boys and girls, and the men of God who were responsible for them not only did nothing; they hid it all. For decades. Monsignors, auxiliary bishops, bishops, archbishops, cardinals have mostly been protected; many, including some named in this report, have been promoted.”
Going backward to me isn’t evolution, but de-evolution, but not so to the pedophile.
Worse, pedophiles do not see their activity as harmful or dangerous. Many of them believe it to be normal and acceptable behavior.
The damage done by such “mentoring” is life-altering.
That it happens by a priest is the truly evil part of the story.
The very person you are taught to trust above all else is the one you can’t trust.
The Catholic Church, frozen in its guilt about having pedophiles in its ranks, and suffering from the arrogance and hubris of being seen as a “Link to God” has rendered itself obsolete and dangerous.
Those who propose a solution say priests should marry and that would end it then and there. I’m not so sure, but I agree you’d attract a better quality priest if you’d allow them to marry and if you allowed women to be priests. At the very least, reputable people with a desire to explore their spirituality wouldn’t be driven from the ranks of potential priests because they also want to get married and have children.
Priests were allowed to marry for the first several hundred years of the Church, but that began to change after the Council of Nicea in 325 when it was decreed that after ordination a priest could not marry. In 352 at the Council of Laodicea, the Church decreed women couldn’t be ordained as priests – indicating the Church was more inclusive before then.
Of course, the Church has always had a problem with sexuality. Pope Gregory the Great around 600 AD said all sexual desire is sinful. Meanwhile for the next few hundred years many, including St. Ulrich, a holy bishop argued from scripture and common sense that the only way to make things right was to allow priests to marry. To me Honestly, they are Sodmites & Pedophiles, and The Hurting of the Children is part of Trama-Based Mind Control!
black mass, in the Roman Catholic church, is a requiem mass during which the celebrant wears black vestments. The term is more commonly used, however, for a blasphemous and usually obscene burlesque of the true mass performed by satanic cults. The naked back of a woman often serves as an altar, and a validly consecrated host is generally used to intensify the mockery. The rite commonly incorporates other elements of satanic magic such as philtres or abortifacients.
Charges of Satanism and celebration of the blasphemous black mass have been made against persons accused of heresy and witchcraft since early Christian times. Allegations were made against the Knights Templars in the 14th century and against the Freemasons in the 19th. Joris-Karl Huysmans’s novel Là-bas (1891; Down There) describes a black mass celebrated in late 19th-century France.