Mother Earth, Father Satan

  • Posted October 22, 2019

from Introibo Ad Altare Dei

What do you think is the most important issue endangering the world? From a Traditionalist Catholic perspective, you could expect to hear issues like: the rise of militant Mohammedanism, the proliferation of false sects and beliefs [especially the Vatican II sect], the murder of innocent unborn children by abortion, advancing atheistic/secular ideologies which want believers marginalized/persecuted, and sexual perversion being accepted in society which will erode and destroy what’s left of traditional God-fearing families. I can only imagine what Pope St. Pius X would say today. I’m sure he would not only agree with the issues just cited, but have many more to condemn. Of paramount importance for a Traditionalist, are those things which imperil the eternal salvation of souls. As Our Lord Jesus Christ stated, “For what doth it profit a man, if he gain the whole world, and suffer the loss of his own soul? Or what exchange shall a man give for his soul?” (St. Matthew 16:26).

The leader of the Vatican II sect, Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope” Francis), sees things very differently. He’s coming out with a book to be entitled Our Mother Earth. According to Zenit news service, the book will be published this coming October 24th and “With a Prologue written by the [Schismatic] Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, the work is a compilation of the addresses, messages and homilies in which Pope Francis refers to the defense of the environment and appeals for the promotion of a worthy life for all peoples.” The news agency also published an excerpt from Bergoglio’s book:
I sincerely hope for growth in awareness and true repentance on the part of us all, men and women of the 21st century, believers or not, and on the part of our societies, for allowing ourselves to be carried away by logics that divide, create hunger, isolate and condemn. It would be good to ask the poor and the excluded for forgiveness. Then we could repent sincerely, including for the harm done to the earth, the sea, the air, the animals . . .

What’s really important for His Wickedness is not the faith (“believers or not”), but to ask forgiveness of poor people (a “societal sin”) and “the excluded” (adulterers who don’t get “communion”; transgender perverts, etc) so we can “repent” for using Styrofoam cups. Bergoglio is not concerned with the salvation of souls because, like Freemasons, he’s an adherent of Naturalism, “the philosophical belief that everything arises from natural properties and causes, and supernatural or spiritual explanations are excluded or discounted.” A serious evil Naturalism engenders is Indifferentism. This is the heretical idea that one religion is as good as another (positive indifference) or the idea that one religion is just as bad as another (negative indifference). He adopts the pagan idea of deifying humans and nature with false and exaggerated claims of “human dignity” and “human rights.” There was even a pagan ritual held at the Amazon Synod. For the best and most accurate analysis of that event, See https://novusordowatch.org/2019/10/golden-calf-vatican-idolatry-francis/.

In this post, I will expose the dangers of false environmentalism, the pagan connection, and the evil forces that promote it.

Global Warming or Hot Air? One of the most fraudulent ideas perpetrated by political agendas in the name of “science” is “global warming” or “climate change.” I remember as a 12 year old in 1977, the fear-mongers were warning of a “second ice age.” It was even the topic of a Time magazine cover story. Why do I call global warming fraudulent? There are several reasons:
First, the models used to predict Earth’s future under global warming are unreliable. While it is true that the sun, clouds, gases, glaciers and oceans are responsible for weather, so, too, are other factors, including some we don’t currently understand. If we can’t accurately predict the weather a week from now, how can we predict the global climate in 100 years?
Second, The annual temperature between 1998 and 2007 actually decreased, despite the 4 percent increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere during that same period. 
Third, although weather data, like temperature, have been actively collected since 1850, it wasn’t until the relatively recent access to detailed weather satellite photography that scientists were able to see changes in the Greenland ice shelf that global warming believers say is in such danger. So how do we know exactly how long the ice has been receding? 
Fourth, around the 9th to 14th centuries, regions around the world experienced an increase in temperatures, similar to what we see today. Following this period, the Earth experienced a Little Ice Age where global temperatures cooled. It is conceivable that the Earth is currently experiencing something similar. (See https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/data-access/paleoclimatology-data; for points one to four, culled from many sources, most especially See Dr. Robert Balling, The Heated Debate, [1992]). 
There have been past “chicken-little-the sky-is-falling” impeding ecological disasters predicted before:

  • By 1989, “contamination of the planet” will destroy the Earth https://www.nytimes.com/1969/08/10/archives/foe-of-pollution-sees-lack-of-time-asserts-environmental-ills.html
  • There will be an ice age by the year 2000, as reported in the Boston Globe https://www.newspapers.com/image/435402308/
  • In the 1970s, “Ozone Depletion” would wreak havoc by the 1990s, now hardly discussed, See https://ozonewatch.gsfc.nasa.gov/meteorology/annual_data.html

Now, global warming is the latest “Eco-pocalypse” with a purpose; to bring all people into a worship of nature and a One World Religion.

“Eco-Theology”Carl Sagan (d. 1996), the famous astronomer, was also a pantheist; as his son Dorian said, “My father believed in the God of Spinoza and Einstein, God not behind nature but as nature, equivalent to it.” It was Sagan who helped to popularize nature worship. In his book, Cosmos (1980, pg. 243), he quipped, “If we must worship a power greater than ourselves, does it not make sense to revere the Sun and stars?” No, it doesn’t. We worship not some impersonal “power” but the personal, omnipotent, omniscient, omni-benevolent Creator of the stars and all things. 
 In his book, Earth in the Balance, former Vice-President Al Gore suggests that we return to the worship of nature and upholds various nature worshiping sects and Native American religions as a model:“This pan-religious perspective may prove especially important where our global civilization’s responsibility for the earth is concerned…Native American religions, for instance, offer a rich tapestry of ideas about our relationship to the earth…All things are connected like the blood that unites us all.” (Al Gore, Earth in the Balance – Ecology and the Human Spirit, 1992, p. 258-259).

Gore goes on to declare that we need to find a new nature-based religion and quotes New Age, censured theologian, Teilhard de Chardin, in support of the “new faith” of the future:

“This point was made by the Catholic (sic) theologian, Teilhard de Chardin, when he said, ‘The fate of mankind, as well as of religion, depends upon the emergence of a new faith in the future.’ Armed with such a faith, we might find it possible to re-sanctify the earth.” (Ibid, p. 263). Teilhard was born in south central France on May 1, 1881 and was censured by the Church in 1936. He died in 1955, still censured, but not excommunicated. His secret disciples, who praised him openly after Vatican II, included Karol Wojtyla (JPII) and Joseph Ratzinger (Benedict XVI). His writings were considered so dangerous, even Roncalli (John XXIII) refused to allow any of his works to be used in the seminaries as late as 1962. Teilhard bragged about high ranking Modernists who were using their influence to prevent his excommunication, even though he could neither teach or write, and all his works were declared to contain errors.

Here are some interesting ideas of Teilhard that his proponents, like Al Gore, would like us to ignore:

“Rome does not want me to return to my professorship. They do not seem to have taken a dislike to me, far from it; but they want to save Religion…..I would take enormous delight in breaking all ties” (the reference here is to breaking all ties to traditional Catholic belief, and the Church as a whole – from letter written Feb. 14 1927)

“I do not think God should be worshiped” – from a conference given in 1947

“What increasingly dominates my interest is the effort to establish within myself, and to diffuse around me, a new religion (let’s call it an improved Christianity if you like) whose personal God is no longer the great neolithic landowner of times gone by, but the Soul of the world……”(Letter to Leontine Zanta, Jan 26, 1936; Emphasis mine)

“Christ saves. But must we not hasten to add that Christ, too, is saved by evolution?” (Le Christique, 1955;Emphasis mine)

“Our century is probably more religious than any other. How could it fail to be, with such problems to be solved? The only trouble is that it has not yet found a God it can adore.” (The Phenomenon of Man; Emphasis mine).

“No humane hopes for an organized society must cause us to forget that the human stratum may not be homogeneous. If it were not, it would be necessary to find for the Chinese, as for the Negroes, their special function, which may not (by biological impossibility) be that of the whites.” (April 6, 1927 letter–pure racism).

Carl Sagan was a major proponent of Teilhardian ideas. Before his death in 1996, he quoted one religious leader quite favorably, “St.” John Paul the Great Apostate, a Teilhardian disciple. He quotes Wojtyla:  “Science can purify religion from error and superstition; religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes. Each can draw the other into a wider world, a world in which both can flourish….Such bridging ministries must be nurtured and encouraged. Nowhere is this more clear than in the current environmental crisis…. It has the potential to unify and renew religious life. ” (See Parade, March 1, 1992; Emphasis in original).

False ecological cataclysms have been manufactured to scare people into submitting to more government regulation in their lives, and worst of all, to adopt the false and pagan idea of nature worship and pantheism to unite the planet. The stage was set for Bergoglio to enter next.
“Eco-menism”At the end of his encyclical Laudato Si (“On Care of Our Common Home”) 2015, Bergoglio sets forth two prayers:At the conclusion of this lengthy reflection which has been both joyful and troubling, I propose that we offer two prayers. The first we can share with all who believe in a God who is the all-powerful Creator, while in the other we Christians ask for inspiration to take up the commitment to creation set before us by the Gospel of Jesus. (Emphasis mine). This shows his desire to have all religions, all beliefs, all opinions unite and mobilize against the “ecological threat” and engage in ecumenical prayer. 
Bergoglio has  done away with the First Commandment, the worship due to the true God. It started with Paul VI’s heretical ecclesiology, embodied in Vatican II. It continued with “Saint” John Paul the Great Apostate and his ecumenical abomination at Assisi, visiting Lutheran churches, praying in synagogues, and kissing the Koran. It progressed with “retired pope” Ratzinger’s statement that the papacy (which he never held anyway) was the greatest hindrance to “ecumenical progress.” It goes even further with Francis wanting all false sects to unite as one ecumenical denomination behind a one-world police state enforcing global ecological sanctions. Remember: Saving the environment, not your soul, is what really matters.Laudato Si also tells us “our common home” is the Earth. Catholicism, on the other hand, teaches that our true home is Heaven, and while we must be good stewards of this planet, we must strive to get to humankind’s ultimate purpose–the Beatific Vision.The only way to do this is by being good members of the One True Church, and making as many converts as possible so they can hopefully join us there. Not so, saith “Pope” Francis. In paragraph #175, the false pope also tells us: The twenty-first century, while maintaining systems of governance inherited from the past, is witnessing a weakening of the power of nation states, chiefly because the economic and financial sectors, being transnational, tends to prevail over the political. Given this situation, it is essential to devise stronger and more efficiently organized international institutions, with functionaries who are appointed fairly by agreement among national governments, and empowered to impose sanctions. In other words, a One World Environmental “Police Force” putting us another step closer to a One World Government, with a One World Religion dedicated to recycling cans and praying to “Mother Earth.” 
ConclusionAnother false ecological doomsday is predicted, and being used to foster more governmental regulation of our lives. Simultaneously, the forces of evil are using it to further advance ecumenism and jettison Christ from society, replacing Him and His One True Church with a pagan One World Religion dedicated to “saving the planet,” while its members lose their souls. Don’t let Bergoglio and his false Vatican II sect lead you down that garden path; for those who worship “Mother Earth” would do well to remember the words of Christ, “You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you will do.” (St. John 8:44)