"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Monday, April 24, 2017


Please pray for these heretics and their conversion out of the Novus ordo. People who do yoga or who follow the charismatic movement are prime candidates to follow the soon arriving False Prophet and Antichrist.
He says, "yoga itself is not bad, but the intention needs to be for good" (?!!?)

Yoga and Christianity: a difference in spirituality

In 2016, over 36.7 million Americans practiced Yoga, spending well over $16 billion dollars on yoga products such as mats and other accessories. But in the midst of this ever-popular form of exercise there have been some voiced concerns from the Catholic Church. 

Pope Francis has been quoted during a daily homily in Casa Santa Marta saying, "You can follow thousands of catechism courses, thousands of spirituality courses, thousands of yoga or zen courses and all these things. But none of this will be able to give you the freedom as a child (of God).” He said only the Holy Spirit can provide the peace sought through this form of meditation.

Institute of Spirituality, Pontifical Gregorian University 
"Today many speak of spirituality, but in a very different way. Many people do not really understand what spirituality means. Each has his own concept". 

By this, a spirituality only considered  on its own....regards only one person. In fact, it does not help community life. They live their spirituality on their own, individually, and each considers his or her spirituality the right one, the true one.”

Fr. Witwer is the director of the Institute of Spirituality at the Pontifical Gregorian University, and he went on to say that Christian faith is a relationship with Jesus Christ and thus with others. This form of spirituality is an act of trust and faith that transcends into every part of life and into every action done throughout the day. 

Institute of Spirituality, Pontifical Gregorian University 
"It is necessary to live an incarnate spirituality, an incarnate faith, in the Church, where also the body has always been considered important. (Vatican 2 cut of man and body; the body is not important Jesus taught that) Spirituality does not mean all bodily things. For example, in the Church, it is very important to genuflect, stand up or sit down. Each gesture has a different meaning. What I do with my body, or how I position my hands for praying, like this or that, has a different significance.”

Thus, he said yoga itself is not bad, but the intention needs to be for good and to help one's Christian spiritual life advance both in the relationship with God and in the relationships with others. 

Institute of Spirituality, Pontifical Gregorian University 
"It can help, but it is very important to see all of these positions as means, not the end, not the aperitif, but the goal. Therefore it is necessary always to choose that which can help you. I must assume the position that will help me attain the goal for which I am striving.”

Thus, the body position a Christian assumes when either praying or meditating should help them and be used as a tool to become closer with God and others, not only with themselves.

Yoga is a Satanic Spiritual Practice BEWARE !!! X Yoga Instructor Speaks Out !!! 

Yoga a Satanic Gateway for Demonic Possession! 



Vatican Exorcist Calls Yoga “Satanic”

Rome’s chief exorcist, Father Gabriele Amorth, has reignited the debate over whether Christians can practice yoga by declaring that both yoga and Harry Potter are tools of the devil.

The NY Daily News is reporting that Father Amorth made the comments at a film festival in the Italian city of Umbria this week where he was invited to introduce the new movie, The Rite.
“Practicing yoga is Satanic, it leads to evil just like reading Harry Potter,” Father  Amorth said.
He went on to say that those seemingly “innocuous” Potter books convince kids to believe in black magic.
“In Harry Potter the Devil acts in a crafty and covert manner, under the guise of extraordinary powers, magic spells and curses.”
As for yoga, it leads to Hinduism and “all eastern religions are based on a false belief in reincarnation,” the 86-year-old priest said.
“Satan is always hidden and what he most wants is for us not to believe in his existence,” he said. “He studies every one of us and our tendencies towards good and evil, and then he offers temptations.”
Father Amorth, who performed more than 50,000 exorcisms since retiring in 2000, is the author of two books on his experiences and is both the founder and honorary president of the International Association of Exorcists.
Father Amorth is not alone in his estimation of both Potter and yoga. Pope Benedict once warned of “subtle seductions” in the Potter books that “dissolve Christianity in the soul.”
In 1999, while serving as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, he issued the document “Some Aspects of Christian Meditation“ in which he warns Catholics about the dangers of eastern practices such as yoga, Zen, and transcendental meditation, saying that these practices have the danger of degenerating “into a cult of the body” that debases Christian prayer.
He also states that yoga poses could create a feeling of well-being in the body which could be confused with “authentic consolations of the Holy Spirit.”


Kundalini Warning

Kundalini is the false eastern religions version of the "charismatic movement"