The Broken Cross of the Vatican II Antipopes
Paul VI, John Paul II and now Benedict XVI have all carried a symbol which few have understood – the sinister bent or broken cross on which the Body of Christ is displayed as a repulsive and distorted figure. Satanists in the fifth and sixth centuries, as well as black magicians and sorcerers of the Middle Ages (476-1453), used such figurines to represent their hatred for Christianity. The Museum of Witchcraft in Bayonne, France has woodcuts of symbols used in the black mass and witch sabbath of the Middle Ages in which the broken cross was used as the symbol of the Antichrist.
John Paul II as a “Cardinal”
Here is Karol Wojtyla (John Paul II) in the mountains of Poland (when he was a “Cardinal” in 1972), in shorts and a see-through shirt, rolling around right next to a woman and her child.
Antipope John Paul II and break-dancers in the Vatican
On Jan. 25, 2004, Antipope John Paul II presided over a performance in the Vatican of break-dancers who leaped, flipped and spun their bodies to rock beats from a tiny boom box. Antipope John Paul II waved his hand after each dancer completed a move, and then applauded for the entire group. “For this creative hard work I bless you from my heart,” he said.
Antipope John Paul II with Altar Girls
John Paul II has approved the practice of Altar Girls, which was condemned by three different Popes as evil.
Pope Benedict XIV, Allatae Sunt (# 29), July 26, 1755: “Pope Gelasius in his ninth letter (chap. 26) to the bishops of Lucania condemned the evil practice which had been introduced of women serving the priest at the celebration of Mass. Since this abuse had spread to the Greeks, Innocent IV strictly forbade it in his letter to the bishop of Tusculum: ‘Women should not dare to serve at the altar; they should be altogether refused this ministry.’ We too have forbidden this practice in the same words in Our oft-repeated constitution Etsi Pastoralis, sect. 6, no. 21.”
Antipope John Paul II sitting with upside-down Cross over his head in Israel, March 24, 2000
Antipope John Paul II and his upside-down Cross vestment
Here is a picture of Antipope John Paul II when he was just a “Cardinal” visiting Chicago. Notice the upside -down cross on his vestment.
Antipope John Paul II at World Youth Day 2000
Here is Antipope John Paul II on World Youth Day 2000. Notice the statue under which the people had to walk. Is this a statue of Christ or of the devil? Well, if you look at the clawing hands and the bright red eyes, it’s quite obvious that this is the devil, not Our Lord. Below is a close up.
Vittorio Messori’s Letter About Antipope John Paul II
Antipope John Paul II’s Best-Seller Crossing the Threshold of Hope was edited by Vittorio Messori and compiled from answers to questions which were posed by Messori to Antipope John Paul II. As if what is contained in the book isn’t shocking enough, here is a copy of the private, handwritten letter in French, wherein Messori revealed that there were more questions and more answers that he could not include in the book. In the upper left part of the note, notice Messori’s personalized stationary. At the bottom, notice his signature. In the letter, Messori says in French, commenting on the book Crossing the Threshold of Hope:
“I did not reveal all. I thought that for the few remaining Catholics, the shock would be too much.”
The Vatican’s Commemorative Coin of Antipope John Paul II
This is the Vatican’s commemorative coin of John Paul II. Notice that there happen to be three stars with six points each: 666.
Polish Communist Party Praised Antipope John Paul II’s “Election”
When Antipope John Paul II was “elected” in 1978, the Polish Communist Party publicly praised the choice. Above is a newspaper headline that appeared at the time.