During his recent trip to the United Arab Emirates, Pope Francis signed a document that approved of the things listed below on the grounds that they are willed by God — the orgies, the tarot cards, the spells, the witchcraft. This is a direct contradiction and challenge to the First Commandment. Worse, perhaps, is the duplicity of those who defend this idea as perfectly orthodox, based on the fig leaf that this is nothing more than God’s permissive will. That is total and complete nonsense and it merits refuting on my part, because the whole thing is profoundly insulting. But in truth and charity, there is no Catholicity in this document.

When the Pope Shrugs His Shoulders at Witchcraft

Adrian Hau

March 6, 2019

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What kind of people must we be, if God is permitting this man to destroy the Catholicity of the Church, to the degree to which it is possible to destroy the Church?

The Gates of Hell shall not prevail against the Church, but that doesn’t mean that the enemy cannot inflict overwhelming damage in his rage against us.

I haven’t a clue if she, my then-roommate, was telling me the truth, because the Ordo Templi Orientis, the OTO, is a Gnostic secret society that doesn’t admit scrutiny. That said, I have no founded reason to doubt the idea that the final step in initiation to that group is to realize that you are a deity in your own right. For those who might be curious, the penultimate step is, or so I’m told, ritualized sodomy.

I don’t care to discuss my living arrangement at the time, save for this: I had forsaken my Catholic baptism because, I think, upon reflection, I saw nothing but duplicity in the institutional Church, a problem that persists in my diocese to this day.

In the void that follows such apostasy, I would have counted myself an occultist; I read tarot cards, I participated in occult rituals, I wrote a few of them, I cast spells, and every so often I was disturbingly efficacious at accomplishing natural things through decidedly evil and unnatural means. Perhaps the greatest insult in all of it: I called it religion.

The OTO is scarcely unique among occult groups experimenting with varying degrees of sexual libertinism and self-indulgence as substitutes for authentic religious piety. The Witches Bible Complete calls for ritualized symbolic, or actual, sexual intercourse for third-degree initiation. It can barely even be called a secret anymore. There are still places and times when the willfully blind gather themselves in literal orgies devoted to little more than their self-indulgence. I thank God that’s something that never came to pass for me — not that they didn’t make some attempts to drag me into it.

I reverted to the Catholic Church, in part, because she is to be the one safeguard in the world, the one sure rock against the self-indulgent, self-abusing luciferian religions that have sprung up in recent years like so many weeds. I escaped, and I thanked God for it — which is, I think, what has sparked so much anger at Pope Francis’s recent endorsement of the document “Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together.”

During his recent trip to the United Arab Emirates, Pope Francis signed a document that gives, insofar as it is possible, license to all of the above on the grounds that they are willed by God — the orgies, the tarot cards, the spells, the witchcraft. This is a direct contradiction and challenge to the First Commandment.

Worse, perhaps, is the duplicity of those who defend this idea as perfectly orthodox, based on the fig leaf that this is nothing more than God’s permissive will. That is total and complete nonsense, and it merits refuting on my part, because the whole thing is profoundly insulting. Those who have spread such deception into the text grasp at the straws that remain of orthodoxy. But in truth and charity, there is no Catholicity in this document.

The line in question:

Freedom is a right of every person: each individual enjoys the freedom of belief, thought, expression and action. The pluralism and the diversity of religions, colour, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings. This divine wisdom is the source from which the rights, and saw that it was good also.

The common usage of language does not admit changing the sense of a thing in the same sentence. Hence, the plain meaning of the words as written is that the multiplicity of religions is a function of God’s active will. We know, because even the pagans and witches are inclined to celebrate after a fashion the diversity of the sexes: they place and hold as central to their liturgical rites the marital embrace, of which an essential component is the celebration of male and female.

It therefore follows naturally that God must also have willed them to be witches, pagans, and sorcerers.

The only alternative interpretation consistent with the usage of language is that God permits or allows male and female persons to exist but that they are not intrinsically good. Such a thing is absolutely alien to all traditional religions. For this understanding to be true, it would be a terrible and frightful irony that in pledging tolerance for all human persons, Pope Francis had undermined the most basic and intrinsic identity around which most people organize themselves: male and female.

Since, given the overwhelming evidence, we cannot reasonably expect clarification or correction from the mouth of Francis, I am compelled to break my long silence and to speak: witchcraft is evil. “Quoniam omnes dii gentium daemonia” — all the Gods of the gentiles are devils (Psalm 95:5). It is a Gnostic luciferian cult, which, when it’s not seeking personal aggrandizement and personal power, is engaged in the worship of demons. Though I wouldn’t have called it that at the time, I have channeled them. Witchcraft has nothing but scarcely concealed contempt for Our Blessed Lord Jesus Christ, and especially His Church. I lived it, approximately fifteen years. I got out for a few reasons; one was that the Church is the certain bulwark against this kind of evil.

I thought I got away from the pagans, thanks be to God. I got away from the witches, thanks be to God. I didn’t think the luciferians were waiting for me inside the Catholic Church. But they are inside the walls. They are present at every level of the Church, and that includes the highest office.

I believe that God will bring about a cleansing of the Church in some way. If this offering can spur the vox populi to begin rejecting these malefactors from within, then may God draw good out of all my evil works.

Make no mistake: they are workers of evil. Though they deny it in a multitude of rationalizations, modernists and luciferians are all, universally, opposed to the worship and reverence of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ. When pressed, they answer, “Non serviam.” I will not serve. I will serve myself.

What kind of people must we be for God to permit this? The worst. A generation that has not been seen since the Flood. I don’t know what I will do in penance and sorrow over my sins, but it will surely need to be every bit as drastic as building an ark.

I cannot say if, or when, God will destroy the world again. I can say that until these malefactors and evildoers are purged from the Church from top to bottom, the inexorable decline will continue unabated and all but unmitigated.

May God have mercy on me. May God have mercy on us.

“The most evident mark of God’s anger and the most terrible castigation He can inflict upon the world are manifested when He permits His people to fall into the hands of clerics who are priests more in name than in deed, priests who practice the cruelty of ravening wolves rather than the charity and affection of devoted shepherds.” —St. John Eudes

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Adrian Hau

Adrian Hau was born in the middle of Canada in the early 1980s. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, where he presently resides with his wife and three children.

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