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Old 04-07-2005, 03:54 PM
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thanks Psholtz !

... alot of good info in there

although I don't agree with all.

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Old 04-07-2005, 05:14 PM
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nomad wrote:
thanks Psholtz !

... alot of good info in there

although I don't agree with all.
yeah, I haven't read it all either.. I just saw the reference to Pius working for IG Farben and I thought of this thread! :-)
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Old 04-07-2005, 08:44 PM
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FMB.

Last post on the subject on this inappropriate thread.

The plebs take an oath on the bible in Christian countries...right?

Now, lets revert back to your acceptence of the 'Luciferian' doctrine as esposed by Pike...

Thank you...that is all.

And yes Get Real...you're right...They are turning Christianity into a network marketing club.

One more thing FMB...mantouk project? What r u talking about. You've mentioned this before in various threads...hav'nt a clue what you're on about.

Just re-read my posts after a couple of days...embarrasing...i suppose Satanic cults attempting to make themselves respectable bring out the beast in me.
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Old 04-08-2005, 12:54 AM
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8-) TB: I think what FMB is to attempting to do is portray himself as a nominal christian while being nothing more than heathen.
Masons are nominal christians well nothing surprising there.
Christianity wouldnt have been infiltrated by Masons if there werernt so many nominal christians around. After all anyone can stand with Bible in their hand and call themselves a christian Big deal!. ;-)
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Old 04-08-2005, 02:30 AM
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And people wonder why I hate the Catholic Church?

Well I guess birds of a feather must stick together.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,1280,-4920561,00.html
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Vatican Gives Cardinal Law Role of Honor


Thursday April 7, 2005 7:16 PM

By RACHEL ZOLL

AP Religion Writer

VATICAN CITY (AP) - Cardinal Bernard Law, who resigned in disgrace as archbishop of Boston over his role in the clergy sex abuse crisis, has been given a role of honor in the mourning for Pope John Paul II.

The Vatican announced Thursday he will lead one of the daily Masses celebrated in the pope's memory during the nine-day period that follows the funeral, called Novemdiales. The service will be held Monday at Rome's St. Mary Major Basilica, where Law was appointed archpriest after leaving Boston.

Some Roman Catholics in his former archdiocese immediately protested.

Suzanne Morse, spokeswoman for Voice of the Faithful, a Massachusetts-based reform group that emerged from the scandal, said Law's visibility since the pope's death has been ``extremely painful'' both for abuse survivors and rank-and-file Catholics.

``It certainly shows and puts a spotlight on the lack of accountability in the Catholic Church, that the most visible bishop in the clergy sexual abuse crisis has been given these honorary opportunities,'' she said.

David Clohessy, national director for the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, called it ``terribly insensitive.''

``It rubs salt into the already deep wounds of victims and it allows the best-documented complicit bishop to exploit the pope's death for his own selfish purposes,'' Clohessy said.

Law did not respond to a phone message left at the basilica.

Law stepped down as archbishop within months after a judge unsealed court records in January 2002 that showed he had allowed priests with confirmed histories of molesting children to continue working in parishes.

Among the records were letters Law had written to some of the predators expressing support and thanks for their service to the church.

Many Boston Catholics already were upset about the pope's decision to appoint him to the basilica. The post is ceremonial but highly visible; the church is one of four basilicas under direct Vatican jurisdiction.

Chester Gillis, an expert in Catholicism at Georgetown University, said celebrating a Mass during the mourning period is not only an honor, but a position of influence.

In their homilies, cardinals usually indicate what they think are the key issues for the church ahead. Observers scour the speeches for clues to how a cardinal will vote.

``This is an ability to express oneself to one's colleagues all at one time,'' Gillis said.

Washington Cardinal Theodore McCarrick said he did not know why Law was chosen, but said it was likely because the basilica is one of the great churches of Rome.

``It would be a natural selection,'' McCarrick said. ``The choice was certainly not made for any reason except to honor St. Mary Major.''

Asked if it was a Vatican signal that Law should be forgiven, McCarrick said, ``I think we feel we are all Easter people. ... We look at the light rather than the darkness.''

The fourth-largest U.S. diocese has been shaken not only by Law's resignation after 18 years, but also by settlements of more than $85 million with more than 550 victims.

Law's successor, Archbishop Sean O'Malley, has also had to oversee a series of painful parish closures as the archdiocese adjusts to a shortage of priests and drop in collections.

O'Malley, in Rome for the pope's funeral, declined to comment on Law.

``We're here to talk about the pope,'' he said.

In Boston, Ronald Lacey, 35, was among those who said Law's resignation as archbishop was irrelevant to his role in memorializing the pope.

``I think it was right for him to leave the Archdiocese of Boston. But if he grieves the death of the Holy Father, I think that's right, too,'' said Lacey, who was attending midday Mass at a downtown church.
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Old 04-08-2005, 06:15 AM
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Montauk Project:

Just type this in and you'll find loads of info.

It is about telepathy, etc.

However, the deeper is mind control. PERIOD!!!
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Old 04-08-2005, 06:28 AM
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Ah! The Philidelphia experiment!

The Naval Clearence Divers name was Justin Rodgers.

He was recently in the news here in West Oz for leaving a fuel pump on and accidently dumping petrol into the river.

Thats Justin Rodgers.

You doubt many things FMB...I have had the good or bad fortune of meeting some very interesting people.

That you do not meet such people is your problem.
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Old 04-08-2005, 08:20 AM
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don't know if someone posted this under another thread, but it adds good info for those interested in knowing about Montauk project, and more...

http://illuminati-news.com/gov-mc.htm
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Old 04-08-2005, 08:37 AM
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Well you learn something ever day.

Thanx GR.

Hmmm...FMB has a funny way of saying "Philadelphia type experiement", or "RADAR Sheilding Experiemnt".
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