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Secretary of State Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone has made the accusations in response to a scandal over leaked Vatican documents in the Italian media.
Cardinal Bertone told an Italian Catholic weekly that journalists reporting on the leaks scandal are ‘pretending to be Dan Brown, inventing stories and replaying legends’.
Brown is the best selling author of ‘The Da Vinci Code’ and ‘Angels and Demons’.
The Associated Press reports that Vatican has been on the defensive ever since sensitive documents alleging corruption and exposing power struggles began appearing in the Italian media in January.
A recently published book contained dozens of documents from Pope Benedict XVI’s own desk and is seen as part of a plot to undermine Bertone’s authority.
Pope Benedict XVI has also complained about media reports that: “Went well beyond the facts, offering an image of the Holy See that doesn’t correspond to reality.”
Now Cardinal Bertone’s interview with Famiglia Cristiana has taken the complaints to a new level.
He blasted the ‘vehemence’ of some Italian newspapers in seeking to create divisions between the pope and his collaborators where there weren’t any.
“The truth is that there’s a will to create division that comes from the devil,” said Cardinal Bertone.
“The Holy See isn’t perfect and none of us wants to hide the church’s shadows and defects.
“But the Italian media in particular has gone too far, violating the privacy rights of both the pope and the people who correspond with him by publishing leaked documents.”
He also said that, contrary to media reports depicting factions opposed to him within the Vatican bureaucracy, he enjoys ‘an extraordinary climate of communion’ with his colleagues. Bertone added: “Personally, I don’t sense any sign of cardinals or church personalities being involved in any conquest of some phantom power.”
Please be aware that this book is written in a writing style that some have not seen before: Direct and to the Point. If you are more concerned about grammar and prose rather than the story, please move on- as this book may not be for you. However, if you are more interested in revealing the truth hidden in the works of a great story, then in this book may lie your answers…
What if everything you have been taught to trust and believe is a lie? What if there is a secret government within our own that has been in place for centuries? What if that organization is using its unimaginable wealth, immense power, and the fervent worship of their god to bring about the end of times?
Illuminati – 2012 will take you into the very depths of human corruption and wickedness while it enlightens you to the true meaning of good versus evil and the power of faith that is in all of us. The main character, Ethan Swan is enormously seductive; a young man who is thrust into a surreal world of darkness, lies, and a horrifying truth. “The only question you will be asking yourself upon reading this book, is if this is simply just a work of fiction…or is it something more?” ‘The Truth Awaits For Those Who Seek It…’
lluminati 2012 is a conspiracy tale that is a mix of Science Fction, Thriller, Horror, Mystery, and Suspense. If you have read Angels & Demons by Dan Brown or seen The Da Vinci Code with Tom Hanks (Robert Langdon), then you may get an idea of how these secret cults have survived through generations in the shadows. Most people do not believe they exist & think that the people who do believe in them are mad.
We live in a world of closed-mindedness, we eat, sleep, and work all the while believing in what we are told by the News & the Media to be true. Our ‘true heroes’ are in Movies like Twilight, Harry Potter, X-men, or Star Trek or in celebrities: George Clooney, Paris Hilton, & Heath Ledger. We are a people consumed by Entertainment & Social Networking Sites: Myspace, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Hulu; we are Bloggers and Watchers and Consumers. We are trusting with Government & Politics. We are a Nation that lives in a well-built Fantasy.
Most of us do not want to see or know that such a darkness exists in our ‘Personal Societies’ we have built around us; our ‘Safe Cocoons’ we have enveloped ourselves in, but they are here, they exist, and they are watching.
About The Author:
Nishan Kumaraperu was born in April of 1974. He grew up in England and the United States. He currently resides in Appleton Wisconsin with his wife, their five children, and two dogs. He has always been a storyteller. All throughout grade school, he would dabble in short stories of fantasy, sci-fi, and action adventure. During these years, he and a friend would each write half a story and exchange them to finish what the other had started. They would then share the final story amongst themselves and critique each other to the best of their knowledge. Kumaraperu’s life was based on learning everything he was interested in. He gained valuable knowledge in multiple fields: Behavioral Counseling, Real Estate, Property Management, Technology, Finance, and even Cooking. He co-wrote his first screenplay with a friend using Final Draft. Since then, he has written his own screenplay and this Novel. For the past many years, he is the President and CEO of a computer corporation (CNREnterprises / Elite I.T.) in Appleton Wisconsin. He has written multiple articles for magazines and online journals, including being an Expert Author on Ezinearticles.com. Writing has always played an important part of his life since he was young and will always continue to be so.
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summary: There are 13 bloodlines in the world to worship Satan and not hesitate to remove you from their agenda to get everything done. They seek a new world order where people will venerate these bloodlines and will do what they have ordered. They do not on the front page of the New York Times or Quote to stand, no, they want to remain in the background all their plans. They apply the rule of thumb: “the end justifies the means’. The Freemasons (as they are called) argue for a new world that they NWO, or the new international order. As said, their ultimate goal is world domination. How they want to address? 10 years ago, someone stepped out of the Illuminati, and before he was killed, he told a few things. He confessed that they were achieving that goal by 2012 (idd, the “end of the world”) the “North American Union, the USA So, will throw open its borders with Canada and Mexico, and then create a new currency, the Amero. This will cause the entire economy collapse, and then the Illuminati take over, after all the important people killed. If that is all done, we dance to their pipes. It is not the end of the world, but the end of the world as we know it.
These “people” have the following character as a logo or trademark:
Most of the statements in the article are true.Antichrist concept,Illuminati are true, they exist;as to their plotting and directing world affairs are fodders for Robert Ludlums and Don Browns.If you carefully see their plot development you can see their ability to make you believe what they project may be true;therein lies their creativity,But nothing more.
At the same time you can not dismiss Ouija board,Talking with the dead,UFO,UMO,Etheric travel and the like for these phenomena are documented and needs research.
As for as free masons are concerned they are a group of people with certain beliefs and have certain rituals, so does every Religion.That’s all to it.
If even for arguments sake, if they want to change society by manipulation, let them try.After all Christianity and Islam has been doing so for years.
The paranormal pops up everywhere these days. In the last week, two different people have warned me against Ouija boards. In a video posted on YouTube, Richard Heene—who pretended a few weeks ago that his son was trapped in a runaway weather balloon—ponders the question of whether Hillary Clinton is one of those bloodthirsty, shape-shifting, humanoid alien “reptilians” that conspiracy theorists believe are planning a global takeover. At least three different ghost-hunting reality shows are currently airing on cable, all of them featuring muscular dudes storming down hallways in deserted schools and jails clasping electronic recording devices and howling, “Did you hear that?!”
This is hardly the first time in history that people have suddenly started spouting prophecies and speaking with the dead. These fads come in waves, usually fostered in the wake of unbearable tragedy. What else to do about earthquakes, floods, epidemics, dictators and wars than wonder which demon or deity devised this living hell and why, and what sacrifice or sorcery might make it stop? It is always fear and despair that sets us on this train of thought. During a gold rush or when we’ve just been given a clean bill of health, we need not believe in magic.
In the Black Death-ridden Middle Ages, chilled and starved by a climate shift now known as the Little Ice Age, Europe became obsessed with the body parts of saints. Crystal-encased, gem-bedecked bones and hanks of hair and half-mummified fingers, heads and hearts were credited with curative powers. Pilgrims packed cathedrals housing so-called holy relics, sometimes trampling the sick and weak during stampedes. Centuries later, the occult became the next big thing again as World War I and the 1918 flu epidemic found seances filling entire auditoriums around the world. Yet another paranormal paroxysm crested in the early 1970s: Think Watergate, Vietnam and the post-’60s awareness—a tragedy for some—that nothing would ever be the same again.
And now: Twin Towers. Financial collapse. War. Flood. The H1N1 virus is our plague.
Or is it? “In recognition of the continuing progression of the pandemic, and in further preparation as a nation,” as he put it, Barack Obama declared a national state of emergency on October 23. This declaration allows the federal government to waive certain requirements regarding prevention and treatment procedures because “the potential exists for the pandemic to overburden health care resources in some localities,” Obama said.
But the folks at AntichristIdentity.com would probably say this is just his latest step in “progressing the Antichrist system that is gathering pace after the recent world economic upheaval”—a system that “implicates not only Barack Obama but also Javier Solana of the European Union, Prince Charles of Wales, Queen Beatrix of Netherlands and Prince Hassan of Jordan,” a “power bloc” that “will drive the Antichrist world government.” The folks at BeastObama.com call it “amazing stuff going on here, right before our eyes … and it fits the pattern set out in Revelation 13.”
Every paranormal paroxysm involves politics. That’s only natural. We cannot help but brood about whomever rules the world. Is their might the result of keen diplomacy—or sigils chiseled into halls-of-power floors? Who’s really in that entourage? We cannot help but wonder as, joking-but-not-quite-joking, we doodle cartoons of George W. Bush with devil horns.
It’s all about control, as that’s what wizards, angels, demons, gods and elected officials wield. Is it such a long leap from superpower to supernatural?
Rumors of a secret cabal plotting to create a New World Order have been swirling almost ever since the Old World Order began. The nature of these shady puppeteers depends on who’s doing the worrying. Jews have been evergreen suspects, whether it’s the Elders of Zion or my penniless ancestors slogging through the Polish mud. Secret societies such as the Knights Templar and Freemasons stoke automatic fear: What are they doing in there?
As initiated members of a nondenominational, multiracial, all-male society whose origins are veiled in mystery but was probably founded in the late 16th century, Freemasons base their symbology on the tools of traditional stonemasons and allude, in their top-secret, tell-no-tales rituals, to the building of the Temple of Solomon. They wear lambskin aprons and do things with compasses, and they’ve been blamed for darn near everything. The Vatican officially condemned the brotherhood in 1738 for being “as political as they were religious,” writes Jay Kinney in The Masonic Myth: Unlocking the Truth About the Symbols, the Secret Rites, and the History of Freemasonry (HarperOne, 2009). And even though George Washington, Paul Revere and Benjamin Franklin were all Masons (lending support to rumors that the Boston Tea Party was a Masonic plot), America’s first third party was the Anti-Masonic Party. It was founded in 1826 and four years later, Kinney tells us, 124 different anti-Masonic newspapers were thriving.
Like others before and after him, Adolf Hitler believed that Freemasonry was a Zionist front. Railing against “the international world Jew” in Mein Kampf, he conjectured that “to strengthen his political position … the governing circles and the higher strata of the political and economic bourgeoisie are brought into his nets by the strings of Freemasonry. … The prohibition of Masonic secret societies,” Hitler predicted, would silence “the hissing of the Jewish world hydra.”
Article 22 of the Hamas Covenant repeats the Jewish/Mason claim, and then some: “With their money, they formed secret societies, such as Freemasons, Rotary Clubs, the Lions and others in different parts of the world for the purpose of sabotaging societies.” Other conspiracy theorists charge the Masons with faking the moon landing, worshiping Satan and assassinating JFK.
“Within the thriving subculture of present-day born-again Christianity,” writes Kinney, a longtime Gnosis magazine editor and 32nd-degree Knight Commander Court of Honor in Freemasonry’s Scottish Rite, “anti-Masonic books are a mainstay,” thanks to evangelists such as Pat Robertson, who has called the brotherhood “a mystery religion designed to replace the old Christian world order of Europe and America.” Kinney mocks those “legions of anti-Masons, most of them superstitious believers in the occult as a demon-infested quagmire,” who “shiver dramatically as they hawk their books and videos.” He also notes that British conspiracy theorist David Icke, the most famous proponent of the reptilian concept, posts material at his Web site alleging that “there are secret tunnels beneath every Masonic lodge to facilitate reptilian rendezvous.” Yet Kinney insists that Freemasonry’s origins were neither alien nor occult: “Rather, it seems to have been an attempt to create a nucleus of men of goodwill, over and above fractious religious conflicts, using the motifs and symbols of temple building as working tools both for the deepening of the individual soul and for building an archetypal temple to the Most High in the collective imagination of humanity.”
Okay, but what are they doing in there? And are they or are they not intertwined with the Illuminati, a soooopersecret club founded in Germany in 1776 and modeled on the Masons but which Kinney claims disbanded in the 1780s but which conspiracy theorists insist still thrives, boasting such members as Barack Obama and both Bushes. “All this chaos, genocide, ethnic cleansing and the overall disasters have a genuine purpose,” we read at Illuminati-News.com:
“It is all very carefully planned by a few people, mostly men, behind the scenes, high up in the society. … These people on top, who basically are of Royal Bloodlines, is currently working on reducing the world population in order to easier maintain their control. … So who are those people I am talking about? They are basically 13 super wealthy families and their off-shoots, with the European Nobility on top, and their fellow travelers are the International Bankers. Their bloodlines go back in time—way back to old Babylon and further.”