Francis present at Pachamama adoration…
Golden Calf 2.0: Idolatrous Earth Goddess Worship Ceremony in Vatican Gardens
Ladies and gentlemen, the Vatican has now moved from apostasy to the next step, idolatry.
After declaring that God desires the diversity of religions, that all religions “always look toward heaven and God”, and that religious differences “are necessary”, the apostate Jesuit from Buenos Aires, Jorge Bergoglio (aka “Pope Francis”), has now hosted a syncretistic religious ceremony in the Vatican Gardens that included, beside Christian prayers, the pagan worship of Pachamama, the earth fertility goddess (also known as “Mother Earth” or “Gaia”) adored by the Incas.
The so-called Global Catholic Climate Movement, one of the event organizers, published a press release with details, available here. The Novus Ordo news organization Zenit innocuously headlined the story as: “Pope Marks Feast of St. Francis in Vatican Gardens” and referred to the abomination that occurred there simply as a “prayer ceremony”, omitting any mention of idolatry. The Vatican’s Bollettino noted merely that “the Feast of Saint Francis was celebrated in the presence of the Holy Father.”
Similarly, Vatican News reported rather euphemistically: “During a unique ceremony in the Vatican Gardens on Friday, signs, symbols and songs, ensured that everything really was ‘connected'”. The report identified the participants as “the Pan-Amazonian Ecclesial Network, the Order of Franciscan Friars Minor, and the Global Catholic Climate Movement” and “various religious congregations and representatives of the indigenous people of the Amazon Region….” In the end the “ceremony culminated with the planting of a holm oak from Assisi.”
The reporting of the Catholic News Agency contained at least some slightly critical undertones and offered some juicy details:
Pope Francis witnessed an indigenous performance at a tree-planting ceremony in the Vatican Gardens Friday during which people held hands and bowed before carved images of pregnant women.
A group of people, including Amazonians in ritual dress, as well as people in lay clothes and a Franciscan brother, knelt and bowed in a circle around images of two semi-naked pregnant women in the presence of the Pope and members of the Curia.
After witnessing the ritual, Pope Francis set aside his prepared remarks, opting instead to offer the Our Father without comment.
Participants sang and held hands while dancing in a circle around the images. The dance resembled the pago a la tierra, a traditional offering to Mother Earth common among indigenous peoples in some parts of South America….
After what appeared to be the offering of prayers by participants, who prostrated themselves on the grass around a blanket upon which fruit, candles and several carved items were set, an indigenous woman approached the Pope and presented him with a black ring, which appeared identical to the one she was wearing.
The ring appeared to be a tucum ring, a black ring worn in Brazil and elsewhere in Latin America as a sign of dedication to certain social causes and often associated with “liberation theology” advocate Bishop Pedro Casaldáliga.
The Vatican declined to comment on the ring.
One of the statues was presented to Pope Francis, by a woman who referred to it as “Our Lady of the Amazon.” The Pope blessed the statue.
(Courtney Grogan/CNA, “Ecological Ritual Performed in Vatican Gardens for Pope’s Tree-Planting Ceremony”, National Catholic Register, Oct. 4, 2019; italics given.)
Rome Reports has posted a summary clip of the “highlights” of this event:
Vatican Media even released the full video of what transpired:
The idolatrous worship begins at around 6:43 min, when a group of pagans begins singing and dancing around the offerings they have placed on the ground for their earth goddess. The dance ends around 10:50 min, but the idolatry continues with silent adoration.
Here are some more images, screenshots taken from the video feed here:
“But the things which the heathens sacrifice, they sacrifice to devils, and not to God. And I would not that you should be made partakers with devils.” (1 Cor 10:20)
“Thou shalt not make to thyself a graven thing, nor the likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, nor of those things that are in the waters under the earth. Thou shalt not adore them, nor serve them….” (Ex 20:4-5)
“And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols?” (2 Cor 6:16)
The following photo shows a carved figurine depicting a nude pregnant woman, symbol of fertility, as part of the heathen worship (after the ceremony, Francis received and “blessed” this idol, which can be seen in the video):
(Photo by Giulio Origlia/Getty Images)
The official caption released with this image reads as follows: “ROME, ITALY – OCTOBER 04: Pope Francis and Cardinal Cardinal Cláudio Hummes, Archbishop Emeritus of São Paulo, President of the Pan-Amazonian Ecclesial Network (REPAM), stand in front of a statue representing Pachamama (Mother Earth) as they celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi at the Vatican Gardens on October 04, 2019 in Rome, Italy. During a highly symbolic tree-planting ceremony in the Vatican Gardens on Friday, Pope Francis places the upcoming Synod for the Amazon under the protection of Saint Francis of Assisi.” Yes, it’s official: Pachamama was worshipped at the Vatican today!
As the presider over the garden ceremonial at large today, “Pope” Francis watched the idolatry while comfortably seated alongside Brazilian “Cardinal” Claudio Hummes and a number of other “cardinals”, including Luis Tagle and Georg Ganswein. Here is a snapshot of the event’s VIP section (click image for larger version):
(image: Global Catholic Climate Movement)
Many more photos of this blasphemous abomination can be found at the Vatican web site and in the embedded image carousel below:
This idolatrous and blasphemous syncretistic event — syncretism being the mixing of different religions — took place two days before the start of the controversial Pan-Amazon Synod, for which a preparatory document has been released that is being denounced even by Novus Ordo prelates as containing heresy and apostasy.
Long gone are the days when the Vatican Gardens were “only” misused for Jewish and Muslim worship. Now they’ve abandoned even so much as monotheism to make room for the indigenous gods of the pagans!
And so now we know. Now we know why the televised Canadian Novus Ordo “Mass” on July 19, 2015, included a hymn to “beautiful Gaia” — it was just a little bit ahead of its time. Now we know why Francis didn’t condemn or discipline “Cardinal” Gianfranco Ravasi for worshipping Pachamama in a public ceremony in 2014. Now we know why in Laudato Si’ Francis omitted the portion of St. Francis of Assisi’s Canticle of the Sun that talks about mortal sin. Now we know why Francis has said that he does not go to the doctor but “to the witch”. Now we know why he opened the last synod in Rome with a Wiccan sorcerer’s staff instead of a Catholic ferula. And now we know why Francis is happy to stand up for the rights of tradition, as long as it is pagan tradition.
But, not to worry. After all, we know that Francis really does reject paganism with all his heart. Recall what he said in a sermon last year:
Today can be a day for us to make an examination of conscience, with this refrain [from Jesus]: “‘Woe to you, woe to you,’ because I have given you so much, I have given you Myself, I have chosen you to be Christian, and you prefer a life by halves, a superficial life: a little bit of Christianity and holy water, but nothing more.” When this kind of Christian hypocrisy is lived, what we end up doing is casting Jesus from our hearts. We pretend to have Him, but we have cast him out. “We are Christians,” [we say.] “We are proud to be Christians.” But we live like pagans.
(“Pope at Santa Marta: Hypocritical Christians behave like pagans”, Vatican News, Oct. 5, 2018; underlining added.)
There we go! Besides, he really does hate idolatry — after all, he continually condemns the idolatry of money, of immanence, of ideas, of oneself, of space being greater than time, of false philanthropy, etc.
Bergoglio really is a smart chap. He even knows what will be the fate of our lives and of entire cities and societies if they succumb to paganism:
Pope Francis then turned to the fate of Jerusalem. She will see her ruin, he said, in another type of corruption, “the corruption that comes from unfaithfulness to love; she was not able to recognize the love of God in His Son.”
The holy city will be “trampled underfoot by pagans” and punished by the Lord, the Pope said, because she opened the doors of her heart to pagans.
“The paganization of life can occur, in our case the Christian life. Do we live as Christians? It seems like we do. But really our life is pagan, when these things happen: when we are seduced by Babylon and Jerusalem lives like Babylon. The two seek a synthesis which cannot be effected. And both are condemned. Are you a Christian? Are you Christian? Live like a Christian. Water and oil do not mix. They are always distinct. A contradictory society that professes Christianity but lives like a pagan shall end.”
(“Pope at Mass: ‘So-called Christian societies will end if pagan'”, Vatican News, Nov. 29, 2018; italics given; underlining added.)
And thus Bergoglio knows very well that Rome will end, Vatican City will end, because it has, under Modernist pseudo-Catholic leadership, succumbed to apostasy and now idolatry!
Also attending the Gaia/Pachamama event today was “Cardinal” Peter Turkson, who gave some brief remarks that underscored that the god worshipped in the Vatican is not the Most Holy Trinity but at best the Freemasonic “Great Architect” of the universe:
…God’s Word transformed “chaos” at the dawn of creation into a “cosmos”, an ordered world system, capable of supporting human life, and suitable to be home for man (Is.45:18). And the lesson here is simple: Chaos with the Word of God becomes Cosmos. Conversely, Cosmos without God’s Word turns into chaos!
(“Cardinal” Peter Turkson, in “Pope Marks Feast of St. Francis in Vatican Gardens”, Zenit, Oct. 4, 2019; formatting removed.)
Order out of chaos? Where have we heard that before? Oh yes! It just so happens to be the motto of 33rd-degree Freemasonry! (You can verify this on the Masons’ own web sites.)
What remains to be said but one thing?
“Come, Lord Jesus” (Apoc 22:20).
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