Satanists Are Attacking Catholic Churches
Satanic activity is increasing Spain. Satanists are stealing Eucharistic Hosts and selling them to cultist circles.
In the province of Zamora, in Spain, fifty eight churches have been robbed and desecrated. According to one report, all of the church robberies and desecrations, once other provinces have been taken into account, may add up to 200. Numerous of these thieves are robbing churches for reasons beyond rapaciousness; they rob the tabernacles to seize the Eucharist and use them in satanic rituals. According to one Spanish report, the abuse the sacred Hosts for “black magic rituals.” The same report notes that the “vulnerability of the temples makes them easy prey.”
In the city of Burgos, the Civil Guard have had to recover some three hundred pieces of ecclesiastical property from five different churches. The robbers, two men of 23 and 24 years of age, stole altarpieces, carvings and chalices. The two robbers were led by an art dealer who wanted to put the church property on the market through various websites. The Civil Guard would eventually find the stolen church property in Alagon. “Rural churches are weak points: in a village with few inhabitants, nobody hears noises,” says Sergio Llata, vicar general of the diocese of Santander. Thieves stole from one church in Zamora, two crucifixes and 300-400 euros. “A large parish of Madrid may have 300 or 400 euros, but there will be some who have neither 20 euros , ” says Paul Delclaux, coordinator of Heritage of the Spanish Episcopal Conference (CEE).
In Spain there are satanic cults who have a high demand for consecrated Hosts. So, thieves steal the Hosts to make a profit. Before the satanist buyer makes the purchase, he requires footage that proves the Host has been consecrated. This is how much these devil worshippers hate the Eucharist. They must know emphatically that it has been consecrated by a Catholic priest. Not a protestant pastor, not an evangelical pastor, but a Catholic priest.
The devil worshipper and the satanist knows his enemy, they see the light and the rays anger him, and so feels only anger and a sanguinary urge to attack, to destroy and kill. For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you,” writes the sublime Apostle, “that the Lord Jesus, the same night in which he was betrayed, took bread. And giving thanks, broke, and said: Take ye, and eat: this is my body, which shall be delivered for you: this do for the commemoration of me.” (1 Corinthians 11:23-24) Christ declared that the Eucharist is His Body, and we as Catholics follow His words. People who run their mouths about how much they “follow the Bible” reject the words of Christ when they reject the Eucharist, of which the Son of God said, : Except you eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, you shall not have life in you. He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath everlasting life: and I will raise him up in the last day. For my flesh is meat indeed: and my blood is drink indeed.” (John 6:54-55)
Why then do you reject the truth? Why do you reject that sublime beauty of which holy warriors partook? The emperor Theodosius I defeated the pagan tyrant Eugenius, and after the victory the bishop St. Ambrose, like Melchizedek did unto Abraham after his triumph, offered the sacrifice of the Eucharist to God giving thanks to Him for the defeat over the enemy of Christ and His Holy Faith. As St. Ambrose recounted in a letter to the emperor:
“For these mercies you think that I ought to render thanks to the Lord our God, and being conscious of your merits, I will do so willingly. Certainly that offering will be acceptable to God which is offered in your name, and what a mark of faith and devotion in this! Other emperors, immediately upon a victory, order the erection of triumphal arches, or other monuments of their triumphs; your Clemency prepares and offering for God, and desires that oblation and thanksgiving should be presented by the priests to the Lord. Though I be unworthy and unequal to such an office and the offering of such acknowledgments, yet will I describe what I have done. I took the letter of your Piety with me to the altar. I laid it upon the altar. I held it in my hand whilst I offered the Sacrifice; so that your faith might speak by voice, and the Emperor’s letter discharge the function of the priestly oblation.” (St. Ambrose, letter 61)
Before the valiant commander of the Christian Byzantine empire, Katakalon Kekaumenos, led his men into battle to fight the Muslims in Sicily, “he rallied his own troops, ordered the pries to celebrate the unbloody sacrifice, partook of the divine mysteries with them all and, at the hour of the main meal, flung open the gates.” There the warriors of Christ advanced upon the heretics, with sword, shield, spear, and the greatest faith that Christ was truly present in the Eucharist, which was now in their warring bodies. The Muslims were filled with wine on account of their empty confidence, and being so inebriated, they fell on each other and became completely open to the sword. (John Skylitzes, Byzantine History, 19.20) Victory was won, and the might of Christendom was brought foreword.
That the Holy Communion is indeed a ritual that brings us into the war against evil, is profoundly seen in Abraham’s war with the four tyrants of the east. Amraphel, king of Shinar or Babylon; Arioch, king Ellasar or Cappadocia in today’s Turkey; Tidal king Goim or a region within Mespotamia, and Chedolaomer, king of Elam in today’s Iran, (Genesis 14:1; The Dead Sea Scrolls, 1QapGen, col. 22, trans. & ed. Michael Wise, Martin Abegg, Jr., & Edward Cook) gathered together into a confederacy to conquer the Near East. This was no mere battle between clans and tribes, but an immense and organized military expansion done by major eastern powers.
Abraham never attacked them until they captured Sodom and Gomorrah and kidnapped Lot his nephew. Abraham then organized an army consisting of three hundred and eighteen trained guards, attacked the four kings, defeated them, liberated Lot alongside all the others who were taken, as well as their possessions. This was not only a victory, but a religious crusade, in that Abraham led a war for the cause of God over the heathen tyrants. It is the first crusade in the Church’s history. And when Abraham returned from his victory, he was approached by the high priest of Salem, or Jerusalem, Melchizedek, who conferred to Abraham the bread and the wine, the sacraments of our Lord’s sacrifice. *St. Augustine, On Christian Teaching, 4.21, trans. R.P.H. Green; Firmicus, On the Error of the Pagan Religions, 18.2* These were foreshadowers of the Bread of Life that Christ gave to the disciples on His Last Supper. After Melchizedek gave the bread and the wine, he declared a praise to God for the victory, further evidencing the militancy of the ritual:
“Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: and blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand.” (Genesis 14:19)
The prayer illuminates further that the Holy Communion is significantly involved in warfare against God’s enemies. Christ is of the order of Melchizedek, *Hebrews 7* and so when He commanded His followers to eat of His body and drink of His blood, He was bringing us to become one with His body, as Israel represented His body, and in so doing to take part in this eternal war between good and evil. And so it was with Cain and Abel, the one being of the devil, and the other being of the Church who is hated by the darkness. Do not be of the armies of Cain, but rather, turn to the light and be one with the Church that Christ founded.