Interreligious assembly is main reason for visit…
Vatican releases Logo for Francis’ Trip to Kazakhstan in September
Francis’ apostatic journey to Kazakhstan is scheduled for Sep. 13-15, 2022. This will not simply be one more trip like any other; rather, it will have significance similar to that of his visit to the United Arab Emirates in February of 2019, where he signed a common declaration on human fraternity together with a high-ranking Moslem imam.
The main reason for the visit to the Central Asian nation and its capital Nur-Sultan (known as Astana until 2019) in particular is his announced participation in the Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions that will be taking place then. The interreligious assembly will meet in the so-called Palace of Peace and Reconciliation, a glass pyramid building that was built specifically for that particular forum. We reported on this back in April:
In fact, the entire city of Nur-Sultan, or Astana, is an odd creation. It has been called the “Illuminati capital of the world”, and for good reason. The city is full of bizarre architecture and what looks to be occult symbolism. No wonder Francis is heading over there for an ecumenical forum based on Naturalist-Masonic principles.
The topic of the conference, by the way, has been announced as: “The Role of Leaders of World and Traditional Faiths in the Socio-Spiritual Development of Humanity after the Pandemic”. Outsourcing the “socio-spiritual development of humanity” to a motley gang of infidels and apostates — what could possibly go wrong?!
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Today, Aug. 23, the Vatican revealed the motto for the “papal” trip to Kazakhstan: “Messengers of Peace and Unity”. The official logo, too, was unveiled. Displayed at the top of this post, it is clearly another one of those “whatever” emblems. It’s not horrific, but it’s not exactly impressive either.
The colors are taken from the Kazakh national flag. What is presumably supposed to be a cross (flexible, not rigid!) looks more like a secular sign heralding a junction on the German autobahn. The dove with its olive branch is a biblical image apparently considered innocuous enough for all religions, unlike the Prince of Peace (Is 9:6), who will be spurned and denied at the conference because the Peace only He can give requires supernatural Faith and grace and is therefore not the peace these infidels and apostates seek (cf. Jn 14:27).
The Vatican’s introduction of the logo explains that the “dove’s wings are depicted by two hands joined together to symbolize those of the messengers of peace and unity. The heart portrayed on the wings represents love – the fruit of mutual understanding, cooperation and dialogue, while the stylized olive branch is depicted with a typical Kazakh ornamental image.” What isn’t explained is why the heart inscribed in the palm is upside down.
Hell awaits: The “Palace of Peace and Reconciliation” in Astana, Kazakhstan
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Of particular irony is the fact that Nur-Sultan is also the headquarters of the Archdiocese of Maria Santissima in Astana, in which the famous “Bishop” Athanasius Schneider is an auxiliary. It is to be assumed, therefore, that Schneider will not only be present at Francis’ public functions in Nur-Sultan, but front and center. The diocesan ordinary is Tomash Peta, and of course he will be present all the more so.
“Bp.” Schneider is Bergoglio’s most outspoken critic after “Abp.” Carlo Maria Viganò. In 2016, Schneider publicly accused Francis of promoting the “joy of adultery”, a dig at Francis’ controversial post-synodal exhortation Amoris Laetitia (“The Joy of Love”), which teaches that people may legitimately discern that it is God’s will for them to commit adultery, although this would not be “the ideal” (see n. 303).
Let us make sure we pay close attention to what happens during Francis’ upcoming trip to Kazakhstan, which, for those who are counting, is the false pope’s 38th “apostolic journey” abroad since 2013. It promises to be a further milestone event in Bergoglio’s contribution to the continuing Great Apostasy and kick things into even higher gear.
Anyone expecting Athanasius Schneider to publicly rebuke his boss for participating in this Indifferentist interreligious gathering, however, will be sorely disappointed.
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