- Paperback: 50 pages
- Publisher: Tan Books & Publishers Inc. (1 Jan. 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0895556448
- ISBN-13: 978-0895556448
- Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 0.5 x 15.2 cm
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The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita : A Masonic Blueprint for the Subversion of the Catholic Church Paperback – 1 Jan 2009
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What's really interesting is that the next pope (after Benedict XVI) is the pope that was prophesied as being the last pope before the end of the world. His name in the prophecy is Petrus Romanus (Roman Peter). The prophecy was found in the 1500's and are by the the Irish Saint Malachy who lived in the 1100s if my memory serves me right. hey have been hotly debated but even more so now as that time approaches.
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This is a small 50-page booklet that can be read online. The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita was a set of Masonic letters prepared in Italy during the Victorian era (1859) that outlined a policy of surreptitiously subverting the Catholic Church into a Masonic satellite. Pope Pius IX guaranteed the documents' authenticity, and both Pope Pius IX and his successor Pope Leo XIII ordered their publication.
"And if the Popes asked that these letters be published, it is because they wanted all Catholics to know the secret societies' plans to subvert the Church from within - so that Catholics would be on their guard and, hopefully, prevent such a catastrophe from taking place" (p. 6).
This booklet does not contain the actual documents; rather, it simply provides intelligent commentary on them and other Masonic documents clearly outlining a plan to infiltrate the Roman Catholic Church and induce the hierarchy to embrace modernism and ecumenism and indifferentism, to obtain "a Pope according to our needs" (p. 7): Subversion of the Church, in other words, into a man-made Freemasonic Frankenchurch rather than divinely instituted Roman Catholicism. Curiously, the post-Conciliar church, which embraces modernism and ecumenism and indifferentism, welcoming Freemasons to join its ranks as members in good standing, fits the bill.
Pope Leo XIII strongly condemned Freemasonry in his encyclical Humanum Genus (1884), stating Masonry's naturalism and indifferentism are intrinsically anti-Christian. His successor, Pope St. Pius X, "waged a war on Modernism, issued an Encyclical (Pascendi) and a Syllabus (Lamentabili) against it, instituted the anti-Modernist Oath to be sworn by all priests and theology teachers, purged the seminaries and universities of Modernists and excommunicated the stubborn and unrepentant.... He warned that if Church leaders were not vigilant, it would return in the future more virulent than ever" (p. 14). Roughly around this time, the excommunicated Canon Roca "predicted a subversion of the Church that would be brought about by a council" (p. 16).
The booklet mentions (there is insufficient space for in-depth discussion of any topic) the liberal theologians and bishops who "hijacked Vatican Council II (1962-1965) to remake the Church into their own image through the implementation of a 'new theology'" (p. 21) and the praises which their efforts drew from global Freemasonry. Not mentioned is the fact that, since Vatican II, canon law has been rewritten - (I understand) - to permit Catholics to be Freemasons. The booklet closes with the prayer from The Raccolta Prayers and Devotions Enriched with Indulgences for the conversion of Freemasons, which prayer one must presume is superannuated now in the post-Conciliar Church of the New Advent. Indeed, the Raccolta itself was abrogated by antipope Paul VI; this of course being in line with modernist thinking to reduce the number of devotions.
While interesting to read, due to its small size and online availability this modest little booklet's price should be correspondingly modest - certainly under seven dollars. If this topic interests you, I strongly recommend:
1. The Great Sacrilege
2. Marie-Julie Jahenny - The Breton Stigmatist
3. Is the New Mass of Pope Paul VI Invalid?
4. Paul VI Beatified? The book that stopped the beatification process Pope Paul VI
5. On the Doctrine of the Modernists : Pascendi Dominici Gregis: Syllabus Condemning the Errors of the Modernists: Lamentabili Sane
6. The Destruction of the Christian Tradition, Updated and Revised
7. Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church in the Twentieth Century
8. The Truth about What Really Happened to the Catholic Church after Vatican II
9. Tumultuous Times: The Twenty General Councils of the Catholic Church and Vatican II and Its Aftermath.
"In one hundred years time...bishops and priests will think they are marching behind the banner of the keys of Peter when in fact they will be following our flag.... The reforms will have to be brought about in the name of obedience."