By H. Paul Jeffers
What The Vatican does not wish You To Know:
The lies. The conspiracies. The cover-ups. The truth.
Deep at the back of the partitions of the world's holiest website is a dense community of lies, corruption, and conspiracies fueling the Vatican's massive and unchecked impact on international occasions. From the Holy Orders that rejected the commandment "Thou Shalt no longer Kill" to the scandals splashed throughout overseas headlines, the Vatican isn't any longer shrouded in secret, legend, and secrecy.
It's all here:
The stunning and unsolved homicide of the corrupt Vatican financier referred to as "God's Banker"
Real-life exorcism--and stunning rumors of Satanism
The Vatican's startling perspectives on extraterrestrials and end-of-world prophesies
The Vatican's hidden ties to Nazi Germany and the Mafia
The extraordinary rituals of the ultraconservative Opus Dei
The Vatican's ruthless 500-year conflict with the Freemasons
Pope Pius XII's anti-Semitic indifference to the plight of Europe's Jews and the Holocaust
And a lot more!
This totally interesting, unflinching account is the main definitive exposé ever written concerning the so much secretive establishment within the world.
H. Paul Jeffers is the writer of The Bilderberg Conspiracy, Freemasons: contained in the World's Oldest mystery Society and Freemasons in the USA: contained in the mystery Society, between fifty different books. He has seemed on C-SPAN, Fox information, and The historical past Channel.
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Classical writers—including Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Virgil, Homer, Euclid, Hippocrates, Thucydides and others—were put on the expurgatio list because they reflected pagan beliefs. Books translated by Protestants had to be filtered for offending passages. ” The Index Congregation met three or four times a year in Rome. Two “consultors” were named for each book being surveyed. Their findings were discussed at a meeting of cardinals in the congregation. The congregation’s decision was then brought to the pope for approval.
Results of this conclave were a formal list of Christian beliefs (the Nicaean Creed) and approval of texts for inclusion in the Holy Bible. In this process of “canonization,” by which excluded texts were deemed to be heretical, the bishops who met at Nicaea claimed an absolute authority to decide what knowledge could be disseminated and what should be kept secret that the Roman Catholic Church continues to assert. When Constantine constructed the Basilica of St. Peter on Vatican Hill in the heart of Rome as the throne of Peter’s successors, it became the Holy See.
Eugene IV bequeathed 340 manuscripts and Nicholas V added his own collection to form the basis of the library. A century before printing, he increased the holdings by employing monks to copy manuscripts that could not be bought from their owners. He also gathered materials that had belonged to the Imperial Library at Constantinople after the city fell to the Byzantines. When Nicholas died, he had increased the library to 1,200 manuscripts. When Pope Sixtus IV (1471–84) housed the library in the Vatican Palace, it became known as the Palatine Library.
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