Is the Vatican Laying the Ground for ET Integration?

Pope Francis is sponsoring UNICEF in its attempt to change the way children are educated. UNICEF reports:

His Holiness Pope Francis and UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake met today in Rome to launch a new partnership that will provide more disadvantaged adolescents with the skills, information and understanding they need to become fully participating citizens of their societies – and the world.  [i]

While that last phrase “and the world” may seem innocuous enough, readers of Exo-Vaticana are well aware the Vatican has positioned itself to be the religious authority if a genuine intelligent ET makes contact.  For this reason, it’s quite intriguing that UNICEF has released a video laying the ground for ET integration into classrooms with human children. Are they preparing the world for something like the scenario in Exo-Vaticana? The message translates to “To meet someone different is a great opportunity to live valuable experiences. Let’s say yes to integration!” You be the judge.

Comment: Even if you are a Nordic, Reptilian or Gray, hell is still eternal…

Catholic Jesuit Superior resigns after charged with Black Mass child sacrifices

Catholic Jesuit head Adolfo Panchon announced his resignation this week after the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels linked him to Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult ceremonies. For the last month five judges have “examined numerous eyewitnesses and Vatican archival documentation that clearly link Pachon, Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to the ritual rape and killing of children as recently as 2010″ according to yesterday’s bulletin from the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State. Last month the ITCCS began prosecuting the case before the five international judges and 27 jury members.

Former Pope Joseph Ratzinger kissing a young parishioner. Getty Images. Click to enlarge

“Pope Francis’ bizarre remarks during last week’s Mid East tourthat ‘Sex abuse is like a Satanic Mass’ reveals that he understands that the rape of children within his church are linked to Satanic rituals in which he himself participates” the prosecutor said from Brussels. “We consider the Pope’s remarks a tacit admission of guilt and more evidence of his involvement in this monstrous crime.”
A Catholic Jesuit Order called the “Magisterial Privilege” dated Dec. 25 1967 concerning the Black Mass has been provided to the court from Vatican archives. The document was said to show that every new Pope was required to participate in Ninth Circle Satanic Black Mass ritual sacrifices of newborn children, including drinking their blood.
“Vatican documents clearly indicate that for centuries the Jesuits had a premeditated plan to ritually murder kidnapped newborn babies and then consume their blood,” the Chief Prosecutor told the court. “The plan was born of a twisted notion to derive spiritual power from the lifeblood of the innocent, thereby assuring political stability of the Papacy in Rome. These acts are not only genocidal but systemic and institutionalized in nature. Since at least 1773, they appear to have been performed by the Roman Catholic Church, Jesuits and every Pope.”
“The Pope’s remarks about Satanic Black Masses are the lowest kind of sadistic insensitivity” agreed Ruth Leopold, a 51 year-old American who claimed to be a survivor of Catholic Satanic Black Mass torture. “Any idiot knows that even mentioning trigger words like ‘Satanic Mass’ will re-traumatize victims of Satanic torture. Maybe his words were deliberately designed since we are accusing him of taking part in Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice killings. It’s time he stepped down.”
Leopold’s Against Church Terror survivors’ network headed a witness delegation to the Brussels court. The 2014 court was prosecuting global elite members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult said to include Pope Francis, Pachon and Welby. At least eight witnesses have testified that either Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger or Panchon were present with them as children at child sacrifices.
The May 27 ITCCS bulletin announced that the court had received new evidence from Vatican sources that detailed Pope Francis’ efforts to cover up Ninth Circle activities and “attempted to disrupt the court through covert means.”
While Pachon decided to step down, Pope Francis suggested to reporters during his recent tour of the Holy Land that he might follow former Pope Ratzinger’s example and retire. On Feb. 15 2013 the Brussels court found Ratzinger guilty of Crimes against Humanity. He resigned a few days later on Feb. 28. Evidence presented at that 2013 court could be found in Kevin Annett’s “Hidden No Longer” available forfree here.
Witnesses named Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult members as Dutch Catholic Cardinal Alfrink and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands; British, Dutch and Belgian royal family members including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Phillip, Dutch Queen Wilhemina, her family and consort King Hendrick; Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, two British High Court Judges including Judge Fulford, a Canadian Catholic bishop and senior government ministers in Belgium and England.
Last week the court adjourned for a few days after receiving word that the Ninth Circle Child Sacrifice Cult scheduled a child sacrifice for Aug 15 2014 in the subterranean vault beneath Marie-Reine-du-Monde Roman Catholic Cathedral in Montreal, Canada. Witnesses also testified that as children they were forced to watch child sacrifices in the crypt of the Caernarfon Castle in Wales, the sub basement catacomb under the west wing of the Canadian Branton Ontario Mohawk Indian residential school and at groves in France, Holland and the US.
Some have been more recent victims of this global elite Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult. Jamacian and British Soldier Vivian Cunningham remained drugged in the St. George’s Hospital in Stafford England (ph: 44 01785 257888) just for asking questions about Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant for kidnapping ten native children. British citizen David Compan and his wife were accosted, drugged, arrested and incarcerated in the London Park Royal Mental Health Center for posting Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant on a Catholic Church. Compan’s arrest and release was captured in this video.
Last October in Kitchener Ontario Canada Steve Finney was trying to expose the 2013 Ninth Circle Satanic Cult case on 50,000 missing native children that included Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping charges-conviction. Finney was arrested and held in prison for three days without charges. Protests around the globe organized by theITCCS appeared effective in Finney’s and the Compans’ releases.
Former Kamloops School resident William Combes and others haven’t been so lucky. The Canadian native was injected into a coma then died after a 2010 radio interview where he discussed witnessing Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip leave the school with his ten friends and fellow Kamloops residents. Chief Louis Daniels, Harriet Nahanee, Jonny Bingo Dawson and Ricky Lavillee also died of mysterious causes prior to their scheduled testimonies at the 2013 international trial on 50,000 missing native children.
More evidence on activities of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult has been promised in upcoming Public Information Bulletins from the ICLCJ CourtProsecutor’s Office. The case was expected to take over a year to complete prosection due to the number of witnesses coming forth and evidence presented so far to the court. To contact officers of the International Court in Brussels email or call:,,, 250-591-4573, 386-323-5774


Israel restricts RIGHT-wing Jewish activists for Pope’s visit

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel issued restraining orders against several Jewish right-wing activists on Wednesday, restricting their movements over concern that they could try to disrupt a May 24-26 visit to the Holy Land by Pope Francis.

Francis will visit Jordan, the Palestinian Territories and Israel during the trip, his first as pope to the region.

An Israeli police spokesman said police and the Shin Bet internal security service handed restraining orders to “a number of right-wing activists” whom they believed intended to cause “disruptions during the pope’s visit and be involved in provocative illegal acts”.

The spokesman declined to say how many activists received the orders. But he said they would not be allowed to enter certain areas “for security reasons” for four days.

Israel’s Haaretz newspaper said three Jewish youths would be barred from Jerusalem starting on Saturday. Two of the youngsters, it said, were students at a seminary near the Cenacle in Jerusalem, the traditional site of Jesus’s Last Supper where the pope will celebrate a Mass.

Haaretz reported last week that Israeli security services feared that Jewish radicals might carry out a major hate crime against the Christian population or institutions to drum up media attention during the Pope’s pilgrimage.

Last week, “Death to Arabs and Christians and all those who hate Israel” was daubed in Hebrew on an outer column of the Office of the Assembly of Bishops at the Notre Dame Center in East Jerusalem.

Francis is due to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Notre Dame Center, which is Vatican property located just outside the walls of the old city, on the last day of his trip.

Chief Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi said on Thursday he was not aware of any particular security concerns for any part of the visit. The pope, he said, would shun bulletproof vehicles during the trip and use a normal car so he could be as close to people as possible.The last papal journey to the Holy Land was by Francis’s predecessor, Pope Benedict, in 2009.

(Reporting by Jeffrey Heller; Editing by Mark Heinrich)

Ahead of Historic Sainthood Mass, Pope Francis Speaks Out Against Abortion

The big story this weekend was Pope Francis’ elevation of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II to sainthood. The “four-pope mass” was noteworthy not only because two popes (John XXIII and John Paul II) had never been canonized at the same time, but also because two living popes (Francis and the papal emeritus Benedict XVI)  had never been present for a canonization. They were joined by nearly a million other people in Vatican City.

In his homily, Pope Francis praised both 20th-century pontiffs effusively. The Holy See also sought to dispel the public curiosity about the canonization of two men who were considered to be dogmatically very different; the “liberal” Pope John XXIII and the “conservative” John Paul II.

“They were priests, bishops and popes of the 20th century. They lived through the tragic events of that century, but they were not overwhelmed by them. For them, God was more powerful; faith was more powerful.”

Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Father James Martin offered that the biographical differences between major figures in the history of the church are part of what made their spiritual quests compelling.

Consider how the personalities of some of the most notable men and women in the church led them to live out their calls. St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits, gave up a military career to follow God; St. Joan of Arc began one. Dorothy Day, the co-founder of the Catholic Worker movement, started a newspaper, while St. Bernadette Soubirous, the visionary of Lourdes, shrank in horror from the idea of her story ever being published. St. Thomas Aquinas spent his life surrounded by books, while St. Francis of Assisi instructed his friars not to own even one lest they become too proud.”

Ahead of the weekend’s event, Pope Francis showed glimpses of that complexity on Friday, when he made a seemingly rare statement to a group of African bishops in which he strongly condemned abortion.

Abortion compounds the grief of many women who now carry with them deep physical and spiritual wounds after succumbing to the pressures of a secular culture which devalues God’s gift of sexuality and the right to life of the unborn.”

Pope Francis has made a habit of focusing on poverty and social inequality rather than abortion, which remains a divisive issue both within and beyond the Catholic church. Two weeks before, he had called abortion “an unspeakable crime” during a speech to an Italian anti-abortion group.

Judeo-Christianity against Islam and Secularism

Did you hear the one about the rabbi, the pope and the humanist?

You did if you were at the Union League Club Monday evening. The rabbi is Jonathan Sacks, the pope is Francis and the humanist is Erasmus. These names mingled Monday night in an address aimed mainly at Western Christians who find themselves outcasts in a civilization once dominated by Christian principles and Christian practices.

For these people, the first part of the rabbi’s message is bleak: The battle for power is over, and you lost.

The second half is more arresting: Don’t worry about it.

Precisely by losing power, the rabbi says, Christians might recover the prophetic voice our society desperately needs. By that he means a community of Christians who, by staying true to their faith without aiming to convert the larger society to their beliefs, become a leaven for society.

Oh, and one more thing: In this enterprise, Jews and Christians are allied as never before.

Until a few weeks ago, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks was chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, i.e., nations that have had an historic link with Britain. As he looks out at the landscape of the 21st century, he sees two common threats to Jews and Christians.

One is from a militant Islam that has returned anti-Semitism to the continent of Europe in living memory of the Holocaust, while in the Middle East is engaged in what he calls “the religious equivalent of ethnic cleansing” of its ancient Christian populations. The other is from a secularizing West.

His answer takes its cue from a 2004 lecture by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. In it, the man who’d later become Pope Benedict XVI likened Europe to the Roman Empire before its fall, and called on Christian believers to look upon themselves as a “creative minority” that can help their civilization reclaim what’s best in its heritage.

In a followup e-mail, Rabbi Sacks makes the case this way:

“The task of a creative minority in the Judeo-Christian tradition,” he says, “is always to challenge the idols of the age, whatever the idols, whatever the age. The idols of our age are many — materialism, individualism, consumerism, relativism, a loss of the sense of the sanctity of marriage and the non-negotiable dignity of the human person. So being a minority does not mean that you believe that truth is relative. What it means is that every age has its idols and it needs prophetic voices to show the way to a deeper truth.”

Jews have an advantage here, if only because of centuries of experience in being a minority. The “creative” part Sacks attributes to the prophet Jeremiah, who told the Jews exiled to Babylon to settle down, have children and work for the peace and prosperity of their new city — because that would be the path to their own peace and prosperity.

That’s a harder message for Christianity, which in the West has grown used to having a place at the ruling table. Still, Sacks takes encouragement from the four most recent popes and their outreach to Jews. In particular, he finds promise in Pope Francis’ emphasis on humility and the Gospel.

If the rabbi is right, we are today living through one of those moments “when something new is taking shape but we don’t know what.” He’s hoping it will be an end to the long estrangement between Christians and Jews — and the start of a new collaboration on behalf of our society’s common good.

In this regard he cites the “courage” the post-Holocaust Catholic Church has shown in seeking a new way forward, recently underscored by Pope Francis when he declared that “God never abandoned his covenant with Israel.”

All in all, what the rabbi has put on the table is an extraordinary proposition. And it’s notable that it comes via a small New York magazine — First Things — with large convictions. For the rabbi’s talk this week is the 26th in a series of the magazine’s Erasmus Lectures; past speakers include then-Cardinal Ratzinger.

Though all but ignored by blogs and the press, the striking religious diversity of Monday’s audience is a news story itself. For it speaks to a new awakening based on a growing understanding among Jews and Christians that we’re all in this together.

So is the rabbi optimistic? Wrong question, it turns out.

“Optimism is the belief that things will get better,” he says. “Hope is the belief that if we work hard enough together we can make things better. Optimism is passive, hope is active. It takes no courage to be an optimist but a great deal of courage to be an agent of hope.”

You might call it the real audacity of hope.

Comment: In the nineties, Islam was seen as an ally of Judeo-Christianity.