Ratzinger is back to reveal the real reasons for the sex abuse crisis!


Article by Leo Zagami

It’s the sudden come back of Ratzinger aka Pope Benedict XVI, who, as we all know, resigned the papacy back in 2013. Ratzinger vowed to live the rest of his days in seclusion but as I have reported in the past, there is a more conservative faction operating in the Vatican that still sees the Pope Emeritus as the real Pope, and wants him back to oppose the liberal changes imposed by the Jesuit Pope.

The retired pontiff marked his return with a 6,000-word document, highly critical of the present situation and attempts to explain the origins of this crisis. He wrote in his native German language and it will be published in a monthly periodical for clergy in his home region of Bavaria, the home of the Ancient Illuminated Seers of Bavaria (commonly known as the Bavarian Illuminati.)Ratzinger said that the document in question is meant to assist the Church in seeking “a new beginning”and making “it again truly credible as a light among peoples and as a force in service against the powers of destruction.” So there seems to be a real credibility crisis at stake here.

In the preface, he makes it clear that he is “no longer directly responsible” for the church and that he consulted Pope Francis before he decided to make this document public. Incredibly enough, and in stark opposition with his successor, Pope Benedict XVI says in this document that the church’s still-radiating crisis was a product of the moral laxity that swept the West in the 60s that was not only present in the Church. For Benedict, the young rebels of 1968 fought for “all-out sexual freedom, one which no longer conceded any norms.” Benedict also added that in the 60s, pedophilia became widely accepted as appropriate in certain “Revolutionary” circles: “Part of the physiognomy of the Revolution of 1968 was that pedophilia was now also diagnosed as allowed and appropriate.”

The New York Post commented saying: Let’s remember that some of the leading ’68ers also advocated “anti-authoritarian education,” which involved some pretty unsavory interactions between adults and children. Hippie communes weren’t child-friendly places, either.

Ratzinger also states: “I have always wondered how young people in this situation could approach the priesthood and accept it, with all its ramifications,” adding, “The extensive collapse of the next generation of priests in those years and the very high number of laicizations were a consequence of all these processes.”

Benedict’s controversial document “The Church and the Scandal of Sexual Abuse” should be  considered a post-retirement encyclical that conveniently leaves out the hand the Jesuits played in the decadence and depravity of the 60s. It was likely written to please the growing dissent of the conservative side of the Catholic Church, without putting into discussion the respectability of the infamous Jesuits that actively worked to transform the church and the rest of the world into a liberal nightmare. A document possibly tolerated to avoid the danger of a schism. However, what Ratzinger is saying about the looseness of the 60s is true. In Pope Francis: The Last Pope? I explain how the O.T.O. and Aleister Crowley influenced the Catholic Church in the 60s:

Regardless if the O.T.O. is a relatively small order of fewer than 4,000 registered members worldwide, it had a huge impact on contemporary Masonic culture, and a very negative influence on the Catholic Church, the American Catholic Church in particular. It happened thanks to the expansion in the 1960s of the perverse ideology of one of its greatest exponents, Aleister Crowley (1875 – 1947), also known as “The Great Beast 666.”

“The root of this problem was the growing popularity of Crowley’s work in the 1960s. Some of the rebel seminars were nicknamed ‘Pink Palaces‘ in particular because they facilitated the plague of pedophilia in the U.S. Catholic Church. The seminarists discovered the deviant teachings of the Satanist Aleister Crowley, especially those of his Gnostic Catholic Church, that lead in the following decades to an even greater moral decline.

If one analyzes the message of the 1960s from a theological and historical perspective, it was in the ‘60s that some Catholic seminaries, especially those in dioceses headed by liberal bishops, earned nicknames such as “Pink Palace” because they gave shelter to pedophiles while rejecting faithful young men of Orthodox persuasion. Ratzinger rightly blames clerics and theologians who, in the aftermath of Vatican II, transformed the Church into places of debauchery, writing:  “In various seminaries, homosexual clubs were established, which more or less openly and significantly changed the climate in seminaries.” For Ratzinger, the new morality also encouraged  “A critical or negative attitude toward hitherto existing tradition,” in favor of a “new, radically open relationship with the world” and the looseness of those years affected how the church handled cases of abusive priests. In the past, “conciliary” Church: “the rights of the accused had to be guaranteed” above all else, “to an extent that factually excluded any conviction at all.” However, such absolutism in defense of the accused was, for Ratzinger, incorrectly seen as a “conciliar.”

I don’t think the cover-ups and shuffling around of abusive priests started after the Second Vatican Council, because this kind of perversion has been around since Ancient Rome, but it definitely expanded and found a belief system in Aleister Crowley’s new religion of Thelema and his infamous motto: Do What Thou Wilt. Benedict XVI recommends reforming the church law, to give as much emphasis to protecting the faith of Catholics as to safeguard the procedural rights of accused priests. But there is no amount of procedural reform, the Pope notes, that can substitute for recovering Catholicism’s absolute moral standards. “Why did pedophilia reach such proportions?”he asks. “Ultimately, the reason is the absence of God.”

In Roman Polański’s film, “Rosemary’s Baby”(1968), one of the fictional protagonists of the evil Satanic elite named Roman Castevet, says in July 1966: God is dead and Satan lives! The year is One, the first year of our Lord! The year is One, God is done!  These words should be feared by every Christian, as convicted pedophile Roman Polański, was, in fact, sending a real Satanic message to the world on behalf of the Satanic Illuminati elite that worked until now to destroy the Catholic Faith. Yet Ratzinger ends on an optimistic note: “Yes, there is sin in the church and evil. But even today there is the Holy Church, which is indestructible.” But is it really?



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One thought to “Ratzinger is back to reveal the real reasons for the sex abuse crisis!”

  1. Is the Catholic Church indestructible? No, absolutely not. It says in the scriptures that in the last days the great and abominable church will be destroyed. And, I believe the great and abominable church is the Catholic Church. It seems to me that it is destroying itself. In trying to rid the world of Christianity, these Satanists are also destroying one of the most evil organizations on the face of the earth. Christianity will not be conquered, and we can be sure of that. There will be a cleansing period of 7 years, on the earth. It will be a time of preparation for the 2nd Coming of Christ on the earth. Things have to be cleansed and set in order, which they will be.

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