„10 Diabolical Things Supposedly Hidden Away in the Vatican“
„In 1917, three shepherd children from Fátima, Portugal received three prophetic visions of the Virgin Mary.
Known as the “Three Secrets of Fátima,” the first and second concerned the nature of Hell and the rise of Communist Russia.
Wars, famine, persecution, and the spread of Russia’s “errors throughout the world,” the Virgin said, would all come to pass if her calls went unheeded. These first two secrets were published in 1941; however, the third secret was not.“
„Furthermore, according to the extraterrestrial cover-up theory, the Archives aren’t the only facility of the kind.
Supposedly, the Great Pyramid at Giza served essentially the same function, hiding alien artifacts and earth-shattering revelations from the people of the ancient world. This, the theorists claim, is why Napoleon and Hitler both headed straight there after spending time at the Vatican.“
Father Pellegrino Ernetti, who died in 1992, claimed to have seen the ancient Roman senator Cicero deliver a speech in 63 BC. He was, apparently, just as powerful an orator as they say. And that wasn’t the only thing he’d seen.
He and his team, they claimed, had seen Napoleon giving speeches too, as well as Jesus at the
Last Supper, and even the crucifixion. Using a device called the Chronovisor, they could view any event that they wished — just as if they were watching TV. According to Ernetti, the device was co-designed with top scientists Enrico Fermi (who developed the first nuclear reactor) and Wernher von Braun (the first space rockets) and it could
also record images. Hence, in 1972, a “photo of Christ” emerged in the Italian magazine La Domenica del Corriere.
And Ernetti also produced a transcript of the lost play Thyestes in the original Latin.“
„They especially feared it meant an end to all secrets, whether political, economic, military, or religious, not to mention personal. Ernetti shut down the Chronovisor project and entrusted the plans to notaries in Switzerland
and Japan. However, as Brune himself admits, it’s quite possible that the Vatican still uses the original.“
As the Vatican’s most senior exorcist, Father Gabriele Amorth knew how to recognize a demon. Before his death in 2016, he’d conducted literally tens of thousands of exorcisms, and had frequently spoken to the Devil.
“Satan is pure spirit,” he told The Exorcist director William Friedkin, although “he sometimes appears as a raging animal.”
Often called upon to expel the demon from possessed individuals, Amorth used Pope Paul V’s 1614 ritual to do the job — stoically commanding the Devil to leave under some of the tensest, most frightening circumstances.
So it made shocking headlines in 2010 when Amorth claimed Satan was hiding in the Vatican.
He wasn’t speaking figuratively.
In his view, the scandals and corruption that have beset the Church in recent times are all attributable to the Devil.
Even Pope Paul VI said something similar in 1972, lamenting that “from somewhere or other, the smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God.”“
„Proof that Jesus Wasn’t Crucified:
The story of Christ’s crucifixion lies at the heart of Catholic doctrine.
Take that away, and you’ve got a whole bunch of meaningless symbols.
According to Michael Baigent, however, none of it really happened – at least, not the
way the Bible says it did.
Unlike some, Baigent isn’t denying that Jesus ever existed – far from it.
In fact, he says the prophet probably lived long after his supposed death in 33 AD.
Allegedly, Jesus escaped execution by striking a deal with Pontius Pilate – the man who
sentenced him to death.
It was in Rome’s interest to keep Jesus alive despite the pressure to kill him, Baigent
says, because he instructed his followers to pay tax.
The best solution for all was to fake the crucifixion.
By simulating a rapid death with hashish, opium and belladonna, the prophet’s enemies
would be satisfied and Christ could be taken down from the cross before sustaining mortal
„Founded in 1611 by Pope Paul V, the Vatican Secret Archives are an ultra-secure repository for the Church’s oldest, most valuable documents. Access has always been limited; even today, only Vatican officials and qualified academics are allowed inside, and only then with a letter of recommendation. And since browsing isn’t permitted, they also need to list precisely which documents they need — even without knowing exactly what’s in there.“