Vatican II Sect is nothing but an Empty Shell!
- excerpts from "The Third Secret of Fatima" - 2nd Edition, by Bros. Michael and Peter Dimond (www.vaticancatholic.com)_______________________________________
|Adam Weishaupt - founder of the Illuminati|
Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the anti-Catholic secret society, the "Illuminati," [a secret society within the Masonic Lodges, with its long time dream of the destruction of the Catholic Church] had formulated one part of the strategy late in the 1700's:
"We will infiltrate that place [Vatican], and once inside, we will never come out. We will bore from within until nothing remains but an empty shell."
|Antipope John Paul II wearing vestments with shell on it|
Both John Paul II and Benedict XVI have worn vestments with a shell on it many times. In fact, the shell is the centre piece on Benedict XVI's coat of arms.
Is Benedict XVI the fulfilment of the Illuminati's dream of destroying the Catholic Church?
|Antipope Benedict XVI's Coat of Arms and shell on vestments|
By his use of the shell, might Benedict XVI be indicating what his role really is?
|Antipope Francis wears vestment with shells on it|
In 1738, Pope Clement XII issued his papal bull, "In Eminenti," "condemning Freemasonry, giving many reasons, including Freemasonry's oath of secrecy and fidelity to Masonry,"
He severely forbade Catholics to join Masonic Societies, threatening an excommunication against those who would even "favour" these societies.
The Sinister Bent or Broken Cross used by antipopes of the Second Vatican Council
|antipope Paul VI with broken cross|
The antipopes of the Second Vatican Council have carried a cross which few have understood.
The sinister bent or broken cross, has been reported to have been used by Satanists in the 5th and 6th centuries, as well as by black magicians and sorcerers of the Middle ages, who use such figurines to represent their hatred of Catholicism.
|antipope John Paul I - broken cross|
|antipope John Paul II|
|antipope Benedict XVI carries broken cross|
|antipope Francis with broken cross|