A high price to pay…

Vatican issues COVID Injection Commemorative Coin

It is no secret that Vatican City is currently strapped for cash. Indeed, even a “poor church for the poor”, which the Argentinian Jesuit Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”) has been promoting, has its price.

Just a few days ago, on Aug. 3, 2022, the Italian-language Vatican watch blog Silere Non Possum reported that in order to alleviate the Vatican’s financial woes a bit, ice-cream is now being sold in the courtyard of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major in Rome. What makes the whole matter worse is that the courtyard is fenced in and can only be accessed through the church. That is, people must first enter the church and walk at least through the baptistry in order to reach the courtyard so they can get their gelato. Worse still, they will inevitably then be tempted to walk back through the church with (dripping?) ice-cream in hand.

This is actually a bit reminiscent of the time Francis rented out the Sistine Chapel to Porsche for a corporate event, early on in his “papacy”. But then, as the Jesuit pseudo-pope informed the world this past January, caring for others is way more important than religious ceremony, so he won’t be terribly concerned. Bergoglio’s true religion is the worship of humanity, and Catholic externals — those few that still remain in the Vatican II religion — just serve as convenient window dressing.

In any case, people who do not care for ice-cream inside or outside St. Mary Major’s might perhaps be attracted to something else now available in Rome.

The Vatican’s Philatelic and Numismatic Office frequently mints commemorative coins, and in May of this year a rather interesting item was added to its product range: coinage commemorating the COVID injection (see title image above).

The following product description is found on the official web site:

The series consists of eight coins with the reverse side bearing the technical characteristics that are the same for all countries participating in the single European currency. The obverse side depicts the coat of arms of Pope Francis, Sovereign of Vatican City State, the inscription “Vatican City” and twelve stars. The series is available in two versions: the first with the 20 euro silver coin and the second with the 50 euro gold coin. The 20 euro silver coin, designed by Chiara Principe, is dedicated to a current theme that is very close to Pope Francis’ heart: treatments to counter the pandemic and the need to be vaccinated. The coin depicts a doctor, a nurse and a young person who is ready to receive the vaccine. The Holy Father has repeatedly stressed the importance of vaccination, recalling that healthcare is “a moral obligation”, and it is important to “continue efforts to immunise even the poorest peoples”. …

Let’s take a closer look at this beauty:

The Spanish-language sede blog Miles Christi Resístens has made a very important observation here. Take a look at the youngster getting jabbed. The index finger of his left hand is intentionally pointing, and it’s pointing to the zero digit in the number 20. This is obviously not an accident but was deliberately designed this way. The question is, why? What is the meaning of this?

We don’t profess to know the answer, but we do want to share what Miles Christi Resístens has to say about it:

As Machiavelli said, “think evil and you will be right,” and in this case, it applies perfectly: the zero is a veiled reference to the ouroboros (from the Greek οὐροβóρος [ὄφις], “[snake] that eats its tail”), a symbol signifying the eternal cycle of things, or futile effort.

(“Noticias de la Numismática Vaticana”, Miles Christi Resístens, June 15, 2022; translation via DeepL.com.)

If the word ouroboros seems familiar to you, perhaps it’s because we mentioned in a prior post that the pagan logo for Francis’ recent trip to Canada has a ouroboros feel to it.

The post at Miles Christi Resístens explains:

The ouroboros is a symbol present in many ancient cultures, from Egypt to China, from Scandinavia to Benin (and from there to the Afro-Caribbean-Brazilian religions), but which has reached our days through Freemasonry via alchemy and Gnosticism.

Thus, what the young man on the Vatican coin points to is the reign of the antichrist, of which the Corona vaccine regime (by the way, still in force in the Vatican [as of June 15, 2022]) is a token. But on the other hand, perhaps it is a veiled confession that the effort of the Corona vaccines has been useless, since first they said that there would be two doses, then three, then four… AND ALL THAT TO END UP SAYING AS THEY DID THAT IT DOES NOT PREVENT CONTAGION (and to keep quiet that IT KILLS MORE THAN WHAT IT PRETENDS TO SAVE). HE WHO READS, LET HIM UNDERSTAND…

That is an interesting interpretation. But whether correct or not, the fact that the ouroboros has significance in Freemasonry is confirmed by this Masonic web site.

Anyone who doubts that the Vatican has actually minted such Coronavirus vaccine coins is encouraged to access the official web site and see for himself. They are selling them even online (though they appear to be out of stock currently — is that a good sign or a bad sign?).

The Modernist Vatican’s stamp and coin department is no stranger to controversy, however. In the not-too-distant past, the Philatelic and Numismatic Office issued a “Mother Earth” coin — apparently to give to Gaia what is Gaia’s — and also a postage stamp honoring Martin Luther for the 500th anniversary of the Protestant so-called “Reformation”. They do, after all, consider him a “witness to the Gospel”.

But we traditional Catholics are the Protestants and the pagans, right?

You can’t make this stuff up.

Image source: cfn.va (cropped)
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