PDF Book – POPERY, PUSEYISM, and JESUITS; ‘In a Series of Letters’

PDF BOOK, POPERY, PUSEYISM, and JESUITS; ‘In a Series of Letters’ by Luigi Desanctis and translated by Maria Betts

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Letters by Luigi Desactis, formery Parish Priest of the Church of the Maddalena alla Rotonda at Rome, Professor of Theology, Official Censor of the Inquisition, etc., etc.

Excerpts:

“We talked of many things; then Mr. Manson began to speak of the beautiful churches that are seen in Rome, and of the stupendous monuments of antiquity, especially the ecclesiastical, and concluded with saying that if those Dissenters who cry out so much against the Roman Church could see Rome, and conscientiously consider its monuments, observing its magnificent temple, the majesty of its rites and of its hierarchy, it is certain they would not exclaim so much against it.”

“My opinion is quite opposed to yours,” said the Waldensian; “and I maintain that a sincere Protestant who sees Rome as it is, finds precisely in its monuments, in its temples, in its hierarchy, in its rites, the strongest arguments to condemn it and to judge it as fallen from the pristine faith preached by St. Paul to the inhabitants of that city.

I also say that if a sincere and enlightened Roman Catholic, not brought up in prejudice, would serious examine these things, he would have to abandon his Church if he wished to be a logical Christian.” (PDF Page 34-35)

[…]

“It seems then,” said the Waldensian, “that the parish priests of Rome are kind of a police agency.”

“Do not class us so low as that,” replied the Parroco; “we are rather the directors. The police depend almost entirely upon us, and to give you proof of it, observe.” Thus saying he drew a case from his writing-table, and took out a packet of letters that the police had written, to acquire information about vairous persons. “See,” he added, “the Vicariate never hazards imprisoning, or entering a process against, any one, without first asking and receiving our information; the police, therefore, except in cases of great political importance, or of evident guilt, do not proceed to imprison without our advice.”

“Then I have made a mistake,” said the Waldensian. “I ought not to call you agents, but rather INFORMERS.” (PDF Page 111)

[…]

“The Father-Assistants are the most sagacious men of their province, men sent to Rome in order that they may better inform and advise the Father-General, who concerts with his Assistants according to the notices he receives from the Provincials, or from the Associated Society of St. Vincent (called of the Paolotti); if it is seen, for example, that it would be for the greater glory of God to organize a revolution in a kingdom, the Father-General concerts with the Father-Assistant of that country, who, by his knowledge of the places, of the persons, of the national character, can suggest good advice; then he gives orders to the Provincial of that kingdom, and this latter send the word of command to his subjects and associates, who, obedient as dead bodies, act for the most part without knowing the aim; they work in the pulpits, in the confessionals, in the schools, as the wheels of a machine skillfully impelled, which moves without knowing what will be the result. In this manner the Father-General who is in Rome can, if he believe it to be to the greater glory of God, predict, or cause to be predicted, an event, months, and even years, before it occurs, without fear of being belied. This is why the Jesuits are protected by sovereigns and governors. A sovereign who is not their friend will sooner or later experience their vengeance.” (PDF Page 136)

[…]

β€œAt what, then, do the Jesuits aim? According to them, they only seek the greater glory of God; but if you examine the facts you will find that they aim at universal dominion alone. They have rendered themselves indispensable to the Pope, who, without them, could not exist, because Catholicism is identified with them. They have rendered themselves indispensable to governors and hold revolutions in their hands; and in this way, either under one name or another, it is they who rule the world, who have reduced it to such a perversion of ideas, that he can neither be a good citizen nor a good Catholic who is not a Jesuit.” (PDF Page 141)

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“I finished reading this book yesterday. My one sentence review would be: ‘To begin to understand the depth of depravity men will go to whose motto is, ‘the end justifies the means,’ this book will take you through the front door of the school titled, The Rulers of Darkness and Wickedness In High Places.'” Facebook comment on 7/1/14.

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“12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” – Eph 6:12 KJV


Speak of the Illuminati and laughter might be heard.
Speak of Satan’s forces be rejected rest assured.
Speak of rigged elections and eyebrows might be raised.
Speak of poisoned chemtrails, “contrails has caused the haze!”
Speak of shadow governments and surely they will yawn.
Speak of FEMA camps and they’ll leave to mow the lawn.
Speak of False Flags psyops to receive bewildered looks.
Speak of covert stalking and sometimes find the crooks.
Speak of man-made storms and they will say it’s God.
Speak of mind control and with tinfoil hats they’ll nod.
But speak of what few speak of, the one’s behind it all,
That big names never speak of for fear of that one call.
Yes speak of Rome’s assassins, the Jesuit’s goal we’ve seen.
Be king by this one tactic, ‘the end justifies the means.’

β€” elijah1757

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