The Black Popes - CIA Black Operations
The Black Popes - CIA Black Operations
THE COVERT CIA OPERATIONS OF THE BLACK POPE
For the Pope holdeth place on earth, not simply of a man but of the one true God."
Pope Innocent III, 1215
Antichrist of the Dark Ages
Fourth Lateran Council "The Pope must admonish kings and punish them with death.
" Antonio Santarelli, 1626 Italian Jesuit Del Papa "The Power of the Inquisitor."
from "The Devil in the Church and his Snares Laid to Destroy
our Public Schools" Pgs 173-174
From the Directory for the Inquisitors. Part III
Question 32. "An inquisitor may force the governors of cities to swear that they will defend the Church against heretics." -- Page 560
Question 43. "Inquisitors may proceed against the dead, who before or after their death were reported to them as guilty of heretical depravity." --Page 570
Question 56. "Inquisitors may proceed to execute their office with an armed force." -- Page 583.
Question 57. "Inquisitors, to seize heretics or their favorers, may demand the aid of the civil authority." --Page 585.
Question 62. "Inquisitors may coerce witness to swear that they will testify to the truth, and should frequently examine them." --Page 600.
Question 65. "Inquisitors may lawfully admit perjured persons to testify and act in cases concerning the faith." -- Page 605.
Question 66. "Inquisitors may lawfully receive infamous persons, and criminals, or servants against their masters, both to act and give evidence in causes respecting the faith." --Page 606.
Question 68. "An inquisitor must not admit a heretic to testify in a cause of faith against or for a believer." -- Page 611.
Question 69 "Inquisitors may allow heretics to witness against heretics, but not for them." -- Page 612.
Question 73. "Inquisitors may torture witnesses to obtain truth, and punish them if they have given false evidence." -- Page 622.
Question 74. "Inquisitors may cite and coerce the attendance of witnesses, and also persons charges with heretical depravity in different dioceses." --Page 626.
Question 93. "Penitent heretics may be condemned to perpetual imprisonment." --Page 641.
Question 108. "Inquisitors may provide for their own expenditures, and salaries of their officers, from the property of heretics." --Page 652.
Question 110. "Prelates or inquisitors may confiscate the property of impenitent heretics, or of persons relapsed." --Page 662.
Authority to kill heretics.
"The Catholic Church has the right and duty to kill heretics, because it is by fire and sword that heresy can be extirpated. Mere excommunication is derided by heretics. If they are imprisoned or exiled they corrupt others. The only recourse is to put them to death. For the highest good of the church is the Unity of Faith, and this can not be preserved unless heretics are put to death." -- (Prof. Hugh O'Donnell, "The Ruin of Education in Ireland,"By reason, the Pope is the head, and Kings are but as arms or hands of the same Body; therefore if they do not their duty being careful to preserve the Body, the Head as Lord and Master may cut them off." Multiple Jesuit Contributors, 1685 Warning to England's King Charles II The Jesuits Catechism "It is my opinion that if the liberties of this country—the United States of America—are destroyed, it will be by the subtlety of the Roman Catholic Jesuit priests, for they are the most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty. They have instigated most of the wars of Europe." General Lafayette, 1799 Aide to General Washington Romanism: A Menace to the Nation
"My History of the Jesuits is in four volumes in twelves, printed in Amsterdam in 1761. The Work is anonymous; because, as I suppose, the Author was afraid, as all the Monarchs of Europe were at that time, of Jesuitical Assassination." John Adams to Thomas Jefferson November 4, 1816 An Inquiry Into the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
"It is the bounden duty of every Christian to pray against Antichrist. And as to what Antichrist is, no sane man ought to raise a question. If it be not Popery in the Church of Rome, there is nothing in the world that can be called by that name. . . . Popery is contrary to Christ's gospel and is the Antichrist and we ought to pray against it." ~Charles Haddon Spurgeon, 1873 England's Prince of Preachers Quoted by Ireland's Ian Paisley Protest of the Pope in Parliament "...if you trace up Masonry, through all its Orders, till you come to the grand tip-top, head Mason of the World, you will discover that the dread individual and the Chief of the Society of Jesus [i.e., the Black Pope, the Superior General of the Jesuits] are one and the same person." -- James Parton (American historian)
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