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Article by Leo Zagami
On May 31st, 2021, Pope Francis entrusted five intentions to the image of “Mary, Untier of Knots” an image that in this period is having great diffusion and success, that is connected to a painting that is found in St. Peter am Perlach a Romanesque Catholic church in the center of Augsburg (Bavaria).Now, given that the sincere and loving devotion of believers – from the point of view of faith – is certainly heard and fulfilled by the Virgin Mary in the Catholic Faith, regardless of whether she is depicted in this or that image, there are some objective facts which must be known in regards to the image in question that is connected to a very relevant occult background.
Francis is often accused of not particularly shining for his Marian devotion, he even denied the Holy Mary the title of Coredemptrix that is a title traditionally used within the Catholic Church for the Blessed Virgin Mary, as well as a Catholic theological concept referring to Mary’s role in the redemption of all peoples. It is a reverent title for the Blessed Mother and held as a pious belief in the Catholic Church, but not for Pope Francis. He often tends to define her only as “mother and disciple” with certain assonance with Lutheranism and has abrogated the Feast of the Translation of the Holy House of Loreto that I talked about extensively in volume 3 of my Confessions, practically declassifying the supernatural fact of the house of Mary transported by angels (testified by San Nicola da Tolentino) to mere legend and tradition.
There has often been, an apparent pro-Protestant point of view by Pope Francis, and a visible resistance to speak of the fundamental Marian dogmas, such as the perpetual virginity, mostly to not offend people of other denominations who are gradually joining his One World Religion project.
However, there is a single Marian image, in particular, that Bergoglio is very devoted to, Not Our Lady of Lourdes, nor that of Fatima, nor of that of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary of Pompei, or Our Lady of Good Aid, all miraculous images, which healed in the past the terminally ill on many occasions performing incredible miracles, and protagonists of apparitions other supernatural phenomena recognized by the church, in which obviously, those who have faith believe. It is an unusual image, devoid of the Child Jesus that the Jesuit Pope follows, and now I will explain why.
The Catholic newspaper Avvenire writes that when in 1986 Bergoglio saw for the first time “Mary, Untier of Knots” he was “struck” by this image. Pope Francis, after seeing it while in Germany as a student, began promoting her veneration in Latin America printing hundreds of postcards of this painting and spreading them in Argentina and throughout South America with great success. The painting that was made around 1700 by Johann Georg Melchior Schmidtner for the Catholic pilgrimage church of St. Peter am Perlach, otherwise known as the Perlach church, in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, and was donated around 1700 by Hieronymus Ambrosius Langenmantel (1641-1718), a canon of the Monastery of Saint Peter in Augsburg.
A parish priest in Buenos Aires, Juan Ramón Celeiro, following Pope Francis’advice, later wrote a Novena to “Mary, Untier of Knots”, that must be recited over nine days, one verse a day in a modality reminiscent of the Wiccan ritual of the nine knots. And here are the origins of the controversial image. The painting, executed in the Baroque style by Johann Georg Melchior Schmidtner (1625-1707), shows the Blessed Virgin Mary standing on the crescent moon (the usual way of depicting Mary under her title of the Immaculate Conception), surrounded by angels and with the Holy Spirit in the form of a dove hovering above her circle of stars as she unties knots from a long ribbon and at the same time rests her foot on the head of a “knotted” snake. The serpent represents the devil, and her treatment of him fulfills the prophecy in Genesis 3:15: “I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel.”
In 1700, the German canon Hyeronimus Ambrosius Langenmantel commissioned the painter Schmidtern to make a painting to commemorate a grace received from his grandfather, the noble Wolfgang Langenmantel, who had serious marital problems with his wife Sophie during his lifetime, and to remember all the quarrels she had with her husband, she had filled the wedding ribbon which the Germans traditionally received when they got married at the time with knots. A knot tightened with the ribbon symbolized, in fact, the marriage bond but many signified many issues. Wolfgang, on the threshold of separation with his wife, brought the knotted ribbon to a Jesuit, Father Jakob Rem, who offered it to the Holy Mary. The Virgin, by a miracle, untied all the knots of the ribbon and restored peace and love between husband and wife.
Compared to the extraordinary miracles of the other Marian effigies, this one seems quite modest, yet Francis has spread an all-encompassing cult over it. Why? What is special about this image?
Well, the Masonic “Love Knot” or “Infinity Knot” is the type of knot used in early Masonic Symbolism commonly associated with the Tessellated Border, later replaced by a series of contiguous equilateral tringles extending around the perimeter of the Lodge floor.
The “Love Knots” symbolizes the union between Freemasons displaced all over the Earth.
We then find out that Hyeronimus Langenmantel, who ordered the painting in question, was a scholar who belonged to the Fruchtbringenden Gesellschaft, (Society of Carpophores) which Freemasonry historians Ludwig Keller and Wolfstieg argued was a pseudo-Masonic
Academy that had a big influence on Speculative Freemasonry, which was born shortly thereafter, in 1717.
The Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft was an association that pursued certain religious or at least moral and social interests, above all the promotion of tolerance and peace and the education of adult youth. The members cultivated secrets aimed at the creation of a pacifist, syncretistic and, all “inclusive” form of Christianity, given that the society welcomed many Protestants but also some “dialoguing” Catholics.
And on top of that, an illustrious member of the society and personal friend of Langenmantel was none other than famous Jesuit Athanasius Kircher (another protagonist of vol.3 of my Confessions), scientist, Egyptologist, and alchemist who influenced the birth of the Golden Rosy Cross with Queen Christina of Sweden (1626-1689), a key figure in helping the infiltration of Rosicrucianism by the Jesuit Order. Now we finally understand the real reason for the importance of the “Mary, Untier of Knots” for Freemason and Jesuit Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
The first Chapel to be named “Mary, Untier of Knots” was completed in 1989 in Styria, Austria, inspired as a supplication in response to the Chernobyl Nuclear Tragedy.The image of “Mary, Undoer of Knots” is especially venerated in Argentina and Brazil, where churches have been named for her and devotion to her has become widespread and that of which the Guardian called a “religious craze”.
This Catholic devotion has grown since Jorge Mario Bergoglio, S.J. (who would later become Pope Francis, after a tenure as Archbishop of Buenos Aires), brought that first postcard of the painting to Argentina in the 1980s later printing a huge number of copies after seeing the original while studying in Germany.The Jesuits have now created their own Marian devotion of choice, and it is not a Christian choice, but a occult one.
So the truth will still be “out there” that’s for sure and “We the people” will not know it after all.
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