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Year in Review - Anniversary of Pachamama

Heather Nolan | The Daily Knight

The Amazon Synod  and Its Fruits - One Year Later

Pachamama pagan ritual in the Vatican, October 4th, 2019 (Guardian)

Luke 6:44 - For every tree is known by its fruit. For men do not gather figs from thorns; nor from a bramble bush do they gather the grape.

As we approach the one year anniversary of the pagan ceremony in the Vatican gardens, we need to look back on the fruits of this scandalous synod. Since October 4th 2019, it seems that the past year has been a trying period for the entire world. According to some sources, the virus known as COVID-19 was unleashed on the world around the end of October of 2019. The first positive tests of this virus were observed in the US around February of this year, and quarantines were put into effect beginning in March. Since not much was known about the virus at that time, many government leaders and health officials instituted a quarantine in an overabundance of caution. This was done to presumably "flatten the curve” and not let the hospitals become overwhelmed. In reality, what happened was that we were shut out of our churches, and in a lot of dioceses, we were denied the Sacraments. Some dioceses wouldn't even allow live-streamed Mass for their parishioners. The tragic part of this is that even after government officials began to lift some of the restrictions regarding religious worship, the Church has not. 

It is hard not to see the diabolical in all of this. What better way to damage the souls of millions of people than to deny them access to the Sacraments, and especially the sacraments of Penance and Holy Communion, as well as enforced isolation and the virtual imprisonment of the elderly in long-term care facilities? Since the beginning of these restrictions instituted by the Church itself, we have seen riots, the rising hatred between the right and left, a rise in witchcraft and satanism, desecration and destruction of our Churches, and a more divided nation than anyone has seen in 60 years. 

Moving forward a bit, the citizens of the United States have watched as riots erupted in late May in response to the death of George Floyd. People had been locked in their homes for a few months, unemployment had skyrocketed and many small businesses were forced to close their doors forever. Mandatory facial coverings were ordered in many states, and even 7 months later, most stores will not allow people in without a face covering. Many doctors have said that these cloth masks do NOT protect against this virus, although the voices of these doctors have been silenced by the mainstream media. 

Heading into the Presidential election we are seeing the open promotion of Socialism and Atheism, our religious institutions and monuments destroyed, forced isolation, and an end to law and order in some cities. Mass censorship of non socialist or atheist ideas has been experienced on all social media platforms. Even the Pope seems to espouse these socialist ideas, which can be clearly seen in his latest encyclical “Fratelli Tutti”. 

Could this be the beginning of the Great Chastisement? People have predicted that we are in the last days for hundreds of years...but perhaps, this time we are. Could it have all started with the pagan worshipping ceremony in the Vatican Gardens?

Some brave priests and bishops have spoken out against all the evil going on in the world right now. However, a lot of these men are facing repercussions for spreading truth in the face of the Enemy. Father Altman has been threatened with possible disciplinary measures after stating that one cannot be a Catholic and a Democrat. Archbishop Vigano has been in hiding for years. 

As we approach the 2020 Presidential election we are facing a true battle of good vs evil. We must pray with all our hearts, all our souls, and all our strengths for good to triumph. Of course, we know in the end Our Lady crushes the head of the serpent. But let's hope that time is sooner rather than later. 

"Pray the Rosary every day in order to obtain peace for the world." ~ Our Lady of Fatima; May 13th, 1917

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