What fresh hell is this?

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Given the diabolical inversion of truth that flows so freely through this man (now including demon worship), I can’t imagine how bad this book must be. Not ordering it to find out. Will have to rely on the editorial description:

Notice with him it’s never the Holy Spirit, it’s just ‘Spirit.’ And ‘Spirit-filled’ even suggests the plural. I mean, if we are going to have an Antipope lead the Antichurch straight to Hell, what better way than to stir up the spirits? ¡Hagan lío!

“Learn how to rebuke the devil.” This is so dangerous. The laity should not be directly engaging demons at all, let alone engaging Satan himself. Trust me, you’ll lose. The laity must engage God, or God through the intercession of the saints, whom we then ask to engage the demons. Binding prayers, wherein demons are directly commanded to leave a person or place, are only for trained exorcists who have received apostolic authority to use them. That’s right, even priests should not be engaging in these prayers, without having received specific permission and authority from the local bishop.

Not hyperbole: If millions of people were to actually buy this book and start directly engaging with demons and the devil, the resulting spiritual destruction would be incalculable. In fact, one would have a tough time dreaming up a more devastating tactic to be deployed by the probable False Prophet forerunner of the Antichrist.

I will need to write a follow up post, because there are several people in Tradland who don’t understand this (and who should know better), and are encouraging these binding prayers for use by the laity.

Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil; May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; And do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of God, cast into hell Satan and all evil spirits who prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.

14 thoughts on “What fresh hell is this?

  1. What new hell, indeed. An exorcist recently advised my son to do the same with some ‘entity’ he may have invited to help in his own healing journey. “Do not speak to it and seek the direction of an exorcist immediately.” No playing around.

  2. Thank you for your mission and fidelity to Holy Mother Church!!! A VERY well-known exorcist formerly of the FSSP is one of the priests who tells people to pray binding prayers!! (I will post his name here with permission from the moderator.) He told me personally and our entire Diocesan Latin Mass group in a conference to pray these prayers and even gave one woman a book listing the names of the spirits to address (such as spirit of anger). He even admitted that other exorcists do tell people not to pray binding prayers. I begged people not to do this, but they believed the so-called Traditional exorcist. One woman, a homeschooling mother of a large family devoted to the Latin Mass, dressing modestly, monitoring media intake, etc. etc., prayed these binding prayers “religiously.” Not long after starting these prayers, she quit homeschooling, put her children in public school, gave the high school children free internet access because “they are old enough to know right from wrong,” and started attending a Novus Ordo parish wherein drums and guitars are played at the antiMass and where she is now an “extraordinary Eucharistic minister.” She now has a grandchild born out of wedlock and is on a mission to be like everyone else. Talking to her is beyond creepy, and she has this crazed, manic look in her eyes which are constantly darting around. To say that she is not the same person I knew before is one of the biggest understatements I have ever made. I have never seen such a dramatic change in such a short span of time in all my life, and particularly without any apparent cause such as drugs, alcohol, or some tragic event. And there are plenty other tales to tell with other people who prayed these prayers, even in this small group. Heaven save us!!

    1. I know the priest you are talking about, and it will be the topic of a future post. Almost all of his work seems totally solid, but this one blind spot is so very bad, it makes me question other things he has preached about. I am trying to reach him personally before I write about it.

    2. We have access to all the Angels and Saints; to the Blessed Mother who has crushed the head of Lucifer. We receive God, Body, Soul, Divinity. We have no need to go anywhere else in our spirit than the population of heaven. Demons of hell are defeated already. Devote our quote limited and rapidly shrinking time on earth to the holy things of God and all His Angels and Saints. Think on these holy things and no other …. St. Michael be our protector on our path with the Blessed Mother on the way with Christ.

      Philippians 4: 6-9

      6 Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

      7 And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

      8 Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.

      9 Those things, which ye have both learned, and received, and heard, and seen in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you.

    3. This is heart breaking. Could you give us the initials or first name of this poor mom? I’ll offer my Rosary for her tonight.

      I too know which priest you are referencing. I’ve also read where he is wrong on some of his teachings regarding the marital embrace. I’m going to look and see if I can find the article.

      Also, there is another FSSP priest, who is still in the order, who I absolutely love and respect who has taught on these binding prayers. He’s the priest who did the Virgin of Revelation conference. I’ve been looking for the audio/video where he taught this, but no luck yet.

      1. St. Therese the Little Flower is the patron Saint of the mother who prayed the binding prayers. She is in great need of prayer… Thank you, and God bless!

      2. The talks can be found on the Sensus Fidelium YouTube channel. Just search for “Our Lady of Revelation, Part 1.” It’s in nine parts, but well worth the listen.

  3. QUESTION: Why is Bergoglio popular with the media and the progressives/socialists? ANSWER: because he ratifies people in their sins. TRANSLATION: his job as antipope and probable, false prophet forerunner to the antichrist is to lead as many souls into hell as possible.

    The progressives/socialists are easy pickings but not so much those who actually take their Catholic Faith seriously. Enter this book with the conservative-friendly title and subject matter. It’s the perfect “see, I told you he’s not so bad” excuse for US bishops and conservative-friendly priests who are scared to death their parishioners will with-hold diocesan funds or move over to the SSPX.

    Meanwhile, satan salivates with delight awaiting the poor souls who will be suckered into buying Bergoglio’s latest book from hell.

    He’s not the pope. He’s not the pope. He’s not the pope. Tell as many people as you can and politely explain why. Souls are at risk: we need to do our part to save as many as we can.

  4. XXIII Sunday P. P.
    Feast of Bd. Roque Gonzalez & Comp.

    Poor Francis. If he spoke true, he could only be rebuking the devil for not being wicked enough: for not going fast enough, and for not giving him enough power and souls to devour. To have and to have more, in this case power & souls to devour, is the defining vice of Francis—sadly.

    His type (McCarrick, e. g.) always needs more power. Particularly also power to fry his enemies (“These Vermin Worms!”) like Miss Barnhardt, and you and me, your readership, and faithful Catholics anywhere who dare critique and name him.

    Since we know Francis has anger issues, I cannot but give in to the temptation to delight at the image of him raising his little fist at the Virgin Mary, and at Our Lord. Perhaps it’s mean and I should doubtless try to pray for his conversion more, but first we have to take him out.

    Let’s face it—Bergoglio like the heartless Grinch he is even hates the Baby Jesus.

    Look what he dared do to Him at Christmas 2018 with the Sodomfolk Crêche.

    Hatred of the Good, True, and Beautiful is the characteristic mark of this antipapacy.

    All values are inverted with Antipope Francis, the Ravener of Souls.

    This book was probably originally conceived by Bergoglio as his love letter to his boss. Remember, however, it’s written by his shills, not he. Therefore they know very well to make a few Catholic noises.

    Buy it ? Ha. Like the rest of the Francis anti-magisterium, it’s only fit to bonfire with some pork fat, prosciutto, lard and bacon, a live feed, and maybe a few pachamamas thrown in for seasoning.

  5. Errata. The Sodomfolk Crêche was Christmas 2017.

    Have a great Sunday observing the greatest commandment, and the second too.

    “Rejoice, O Virgin Mary, alone thou hast destroyed all heresies throughout the world!”

  6. Thanks IsI–I try. The seriousness of the problem does not fail to escape us all–and half of what I say is at most in half jest. Bottom line–I completely concur with Mark that Bergoglio is inviting unsuspecting Catholics (and others) into a deadly trap.

    Antipope Francis the Apostate is doubtless on passing familiar terms with his boss–ol’ Nick whom St. Dunstan twirled about by the nose–it’s part of the job description. While I wrote that his ghostwriters may make some Catholic noises in the book under review, it is sure to contain a fatal dose of error and poison at the antipope’s explicit direction. It is the whole point ofthe exercise.

    As Mark says, devils are nothing for us to mess with. Ask a great saint like John Vianney, or Don Bosco, or Padre Pio. We mere sheep would be quaking in our boots to face what they did. And of course, Bergoglio is tempting people to mess with the occult in ways they do not and cannot comprehend until it’s too late. Deadly deadly deadly.

    This Francis-book episode reminds me of a vignette in the miserable lie that was the life of McCarrick, of whom it was said he hired an exorcist . . . to bring them in. Specifically, I repeat, to summon demons to infest the archdiocese of DC, which seems to have pretty well worked. Look at what the holy Wilton and his mendacious vicar–the same as Wuerl’s, by the way, one Msgr. Charles Antonicelli–a slippery fish if ever there were one and of whom we might rightly wonder: Homosexual Network Strangling the Church?–placed right out front of St Matthew’s Cathedral. Well, don’t look, but it is strikingly reminiscent of the 2017 Gay Creche of Antipope Francis.

    1. It is a sad, sad commentary, Br. Wulf, but some may not awaken from somnambulism except by fear-inspiring preternatural phenomenon. I know that Scrooge was merely a fictional Dickens character, but there is some truth to his conversion. Please do not get me wrong, entertaining diabolical angelic intelligences is absolutely NOT to be done. My point is simply, as you know, that “God works good for those who love Him” but that does NOT give us liberty to choose curse and death and presume on His goodness.

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