Jesuit General says the devil doesn’t exist!

Article by Leo Zagami


“My dear brethren, do not ever forget, when you hear the progress of lights praised, that the loveliest trick of the Devil is to persuade you that he does not exist!”  




Father Arturo Sosa SJ and Pope Francis Photo from:


Father Arturo Sosa SJ, 31st General of the Society of Jesus, and the first non-European general of the Jesuits, has shocked the Catholic world in a recent interview to El Mundo, the second largest printed daily newspaper in Spain:


Arturo Sosa (Caracas, 1948), is someone who seems to be a reflection of the Pontiff, one the black Pope (Father Sosa), and the other the white Pope (Francis). They are not only the two most powerful figures in Catholicism today, but also two of the most influential people in the diabolic Jesuit led New World Order. Sosa is not only Latin American like Bergoglio, but also just as progressive, who says the devil is only a symbol of evil.


Sosa made this surprising statement on the figure of the devil:


“From my perspective, evil is part of the Ministry of liberty. If the human being is free, he can choose between good and evil. We Christians believe to be made in the image in the likeness of God, so God is free, but God always chooses to do good because it is all goodness. We created symbolic figures, like the devil, to express the evil. The social conditioning also represents this figure, there are people who act this way because there is an environment where it is very difficult to do the opposite. “


The Bible shows that Satan does exist, and has great power, but for the Black Pope he is just a convenient figment of our imagination.



Of course, not everyone agrees…



Leo Zagami is the author of Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume III: Espionage, Templars and Satanism in the Shadows of the Vatican


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3 thoughts to “Jesuit General says the devil doesn’t exist!”

  1. Transgressions are many against my father’s house…
    Do art thou believe in my teachings I brought from heaven?
    Blessed, baptised in holy fire.. Thy Holy Ghost never conspires with liars, liars…


  2. As was wisely stated in this article, the greatest trick of the Devil is make people believe he doesn’t exist. I heard this thinking espoused by a pseudo-intellectual in the mid 70’s and that false tenet has only gained great acceptance by the naive since then. Now we are seeing “pop” stars brag of selling their souls to Satan and giving the lemmings the idea that that supreme, evil force could give them wealth, power and fame. As vapid as someone saying crime doesn’t exist, so why bother to lock your doors. Sadly the siren song of the media loves such dark ideas, and as was seen in Kubrick’s last movie, “Eyes Wide Shut” the power elite not only know he exists, but pray to him for power. Anyone who is questioning whether Satan is, “The prince of the this world” need only read Leo’s great, truly matchless books, his three volume “Confessions of an Illuminati” and his book on Pope Francis to realize the darkness that totally evil force is exerting in our world.

  3. If Satan the Devil doesn’t exist, then with whom was Christ speaking during his trial in the wilderness following his baptism and anointment of holy spirit? Are we to believe that the man so recently empowered by the most divine energy force in the universe was speaking to some “evil quality” inside of himself? But that is what the Church would have you believe. There is no God. There is no Devil. Only the polar opposites of Good and Evil exist inside yourself. And by practicing some complicated mystic or Kabbalah improvement program can you achieve your own self-deification.

    And that’s just what the Devil wants you to do. Father Sosa’s remarks are practically a word-for-word mirror of those concepts that grew out of the ancient mystery schools.

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