Confession to the Jesuits No. 43

Confession to the Jesuits No. 43: Two More Reasons Why the Vatican is Antichrist

Antichrist is both political, religious and sits on seven hills

By Greg Szymanski, JD
April 4, 2009

In this Confession to the Jesuits No. 43, we explore two more of at least 23 clear-cut reasons given in the Bible why the Vatican can be identified without question as the Antichrist.

Ask why Billy Graham or other high-powered Evangelists ignore these obvious Biblical signs and symbols? Ask why your minister in your Protestant church advocates uniting with Rome and why he backs the war in the Middle East?

The following is presented with the help of http://www.remnantofgod.org, providing a helpful insight into what the Word of God has to say: Continue reading

Confession to the Jesuits No. 42: Vatican Preaches ‘Another Jesus’

Confession to the Jesuits No. 42: Vatican Preaches ‘Another Jesus’

Why have Protestant ministers unified with the Vatican/Antichrist?

By Greg Szymanski, JD
April 3, 2009

In this Confession to the Jesuits No 42, we look at the first two of at least 23 specific messages given to us in the Bible, identifying the Vatican and its system as the Antichrist.

Why have Protestant ministers and Catholic priests forgotten these messages? Are they trying to protect the interests of the Vatican by concealing Biblical truth for worldly pleasures?

Why is everyone preaching unity with the Vatican when the Bible clearly tells us to have nothing to do with the Mother of all harlots?

With the assistance of Nicholas at http://www.remnantofgod.org, we look at what the authority of God has to say:

Antichrist is to preach ‘another Jesus’ unto all

2 Corinthians 11:3-4, “But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtilty, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ. For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or if ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or another gospel, which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him.”

Is the Jesus of Rome the Jesus of the Bible? Notice a “few” of the teachings of Rome. Does this sound like they preach the Jesus of the Bible? It’s truly this easy to see this prophecy fulfilled. All one needs do is open a Bible, then open a Roman Catholic Catechism book. Continue reading

Confession to the Jesuits No. 41: What Does the Word of God Say About the Antichrist?

Confession to the Jesuits No. 41: What Does the Word of God Say About the Antichrist?

His Word clearly describes the Vatican and its popes

By Greg Szymanski, JD
April 1, 2009

In this Confession to the Jesuits No. 41, we look at what the Word of God has to say about the Antichrist, showing clearly how the Jesuits have misinterpreted God’s written message.

In the previous Confession No. 40, we outlined the false AntiChrist interpretations advanced by two 16th century Jesuits, Ribera and Alcazar.

It is interesting to note these two theories, the Preterist and Futurist views, have both permeated Protestantism today, taking away any reference to the Vatican Antichrist as clearly shown in the Book of Revelations.

Further, both Jesuit theories have been recently made into two huge New York Times best sellers as well as popular movies.

The question then becomes: Why no movie and New York Times best seller about the Protestant Reformers view of the Antichrist being the Vatican? Continue reading

March 25, 2009 BroadcastGuest Frank O’Collins

Frank O’Collins, author of The Almanac of Evil, spoke with Greg on Wednesday  to address nine blatant  facts, which shed important light on the Vatican’s lead role in pushing for a one world government and one world religion.

Here is what O’Collins had to say during the show’s introduction about whether the Vatican is a good or evil organization:

Whenever any discussion begins on alleged acts of evil by the Roman Cult, commonly known as the Vatican many people tune out, or simply refuse to listen.

That is because still for many people in the world, the clear evidence on whether the Vatican is a force for good or evil is yet to be proven. Listen to the following: Continue reading

March 24, 2009 BroadcastGuest Darryl Eberhart

Darryl Eberhart was Greg’s guest today. Greg and Darryl discussed how U.S. Roman Catholics and Christians are illiterate concerning the Word of God in the Bible. Darryl, a student of the Bible and hidden history,  is a frequent guest on Greg’s show. His writings can be found at http://www.toughtopics.org Continue reading

March 23, 2009 BroadcastGuest Frank O’Collins

Frank O’Collins, author of The Almanac of Evil, was Greg’s Monday Guest. O’Collins, a frequent visitor to The Investigative Journal, show how Fr. Edmund Walsh, SJ, helped mastermind and orchestrate World War II by pulling the puppet strings of Stalin, FDR, Eisenhower and Hitler. The first half hour of the interview had techinical difficulties so go to the second half. Frank will be back March 25, 2009 to resume his very important interview. Continue reading

DemonologyAt The Heart of Sexual PerversionAmong Vatican Priests

Demonology At The Heart of Sexual Perversion Among Vatican Priests

Ex-Semenarian talks openly about demon priests and sexual perversion

By Greg Szymanski, JD

Jan 4, 2009

A former Catholic semanarian recently said a dying women confessed to him that she was sodomized by a high level Vatican Cardinal in front of other “demon priests” in one of their many satanic ceremonies.

The unsolicited confession was given to Tom Barnes of Alexandria, Va., 53, who is now retired from the Coast Guard and a grandfather.

Barnes, who spent 1969 through 1972 in a Philadelphia seminary before dropping out, believes demonology is what is really behind the wave of sexual pervasion among Catholic priests.

In an email sent to Matt Abbott who writes for a web site entitled Renew America, Barnes claimed he was sexually and physically abused by Catholic nuns as a child and attended the same seminary with the infamous child molester from the Philedelphia area named Father Brzyski.

“One of the most infamous child molesters in Philadelphia Catholic history, Father Jim Brzyski, was a year ahead of me in seminary. I remember him as a jovial, hale and farewell type who was always laughing and carrying on,” said Barnes in the email sent to Abbott. “I had no sense that he was the monster he apparently is — so much for my sense of insight.

“Priests and nuns get drunk on ‘god’ power in their psyche, they get bent, and their minds, their souls, their lives can take a very bad turn. And because they affect so many people because of who they are and what they do for an avocation, they can do tremendous damage to an entire community. That is without perverted sex even entering the picture. Once perverted sex enters the picture, a bad situation turns downright evil.

“Focusing on the sex is a start, but it is not the real story. The real story is that these men have literally sold their souls to the devil. They know it, and they would do it again if they had half a chance.”Here is the email sent to Abbott:

I am a left-wing lapsed Catholic whom you would not agree with theologically, but I read your column every time it is posted on the Web site for the National Catholic Reporter Abuse Tracker. I am very impressed with your research and writing style. You have a lot of good, solid things to say and your point of view is usually right on.

I attended high school seminary my senior year and went to St. Charles Borromeo Seminary from my freshman year of college until the beginning of my junior year. I transferred to Mt. St. Mary’s in Emmitsburg and got my first degree there.

The whole perverted sex thing with priests and bishops — and maybe with nuns — is about power, but even more than that, it is about demonology (in a psychological sense; I am not talking about theology here). You have to understand what the power of God does to the psyche of a human being who is accepted as a ‘priest’ by the people in the One True Church. He is, in the end analysis, a god. And he knows it. If he is emotionally stable and somewhat normal in his psychology he can rise above the abnormal psychology here that comes with being a god. If he is not, well, other things happen.

When a young man enters seminary, even today, he spends a few years in awe of his surroundings, the priests on the faculty, the occasional visit by the occasional bishop, the attention he gets from other people, and the odd, new way his own family treats him now. He is, in reality, different from the person he was when he entered seminary. The entire world treats him that way. To make a very long story short, this one thing changes his psyche. If he is even a little bit ‘off’ in his psychology, he begins to see himself as others see him: godly, different, powerful, and, most of all, entitled.

He is a priest or a seminarian and he is now entitled to the perks of that calling — and here is where the problem starts. What would those perks be? Whatever the faculty and mentors who are training him say they are. Period. And the training rarely takes place in the classroom. It is personal mentoring, usually taking place in the faculty wing of the seminary in the faculty member’s room. Now, it can be holy, wholesome and completely open and Christian — or, it can be something else. Whatever it is, thqt is where the young man learns about the priesthood. End of story.

Are you starting to see now how this continually gets passed down from generation to generation? ‘Classroom training’ in seminary is not where one learns to be a priest. One-on-one mentoring, usually in the faculty member’s room, is where most of these ‘priestly traditions’ get passed down to the next generation of priests, and there is more to consider here.

If the human psyche is willing to accept a special place in it for the Voice of God in the seminarian/priests’ life and the perks that go with that, how much more powerful would you be if you split the difference and also became a priest of satan — in other words, a demonologist?

I am not sure how many priests and bishops in the U.S. are in fact Black Mass participants or ‘demon priests,’ but I do know this: Child sodomy and forced child rape are sacraments in the demon church. So what I am saying is simply this: In my opinion, based on my own limited experience as a seminarian (from 1969-1972) in the Philadelphia area, I believe, at least to some extent and to some degree, demonology (in the psychological sense) is at the heart of this wave of perversion among Catholic priests and bishops.

One very famous and powerful American cardinal from my days in seminary was even noted by Malachi Martin as a well known demonologist who held black ceremonies in the Vatican. I do not know if that is true or not. I have no idea. But I do know one woman about my age who claims he sodomized her in the seminary basement during a devil worshipping rite attended by priests. This could be true, or this could be fantasy in the mind of a dying woman. All I know is, she told me this completely unsolicited and she does not know who Malachi Martin is or what he wrote. She told me of an incident that would fit with the profile that Martin outlines in his novels.

I have no facts. I cannot write a book or even an article. I moved on with my life after I left seminary and never looked back. But I hold five degrees — three of them are master’s degrees — and I have 26 credits toward a PhD in Education, so I am no dope.

And I have to tell you, even when I was a young man and a seminarian, I felt something was wrong with most of the priests I met. Not all of them, and even the ones I suspected of being grossly unbalanced, I could not really describe adequately what it was I feared about them. It was more of a ‘feeling’ than something I could elucidate. And it usually had nothing to do with sex. It was about some sort of soul-sucking, mind-wrenching perversion of the heart that they were involved in, a sort of psychological trap they seemed to be laying for us seminarians that I could never quite wrap my hands around.

To be sure, there were odd incidents of priests hugging seminarians too long and for odd reasons. There were also all male costume parties at Halloween that I found disconcerting to say the least. But there was no overt homosexuality I can actually state that I saw or heard about. It was more like an aura, an enveloping attitude about some of the priests and selected seminarians.

One of the most infamous child molesters in Philadelphia Catholic history, Father Jim Brzyski, was a year ahead of me in seminary. I remember him as a jovial, hale and farewell type who was always laughing and carrying on. I had no sense that he was the monster he apparently is — so much for my sense of insight.

Priests and nuns get drunk on ‘god’ power in their psyche, they get bent, and their minds, their souls, their lives can take a very bad turn. And because they affect so many people because of who they are and what they do for an avocation, they can do tremendous damage to an entire community. That is without perverted sex even entering the picture. Once perverted sex enters the picture, a bad situation turns downright evil.

Focusing on the sex is a start, but it is not the real story. The real story is that these men have literally sold their souls to the devil. They know it, and they would do it again if they had half a chance.

You are pretty close to being right most of the time, but you are just a tad off on taking a bearing on the problem as a whole. Your navigation is good enough to get you back to port, but you are just a degree or two off the beam on some issues, mostly on what is driving all of this sexual perversion among priests and bishops — and it ain’t sex. It never was. It is power.