"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]

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Vatican II New Church's "Tree of All Religions"

Vatican II New Church's "Tree of All Religions"
A "new"symbol for Vatican II New Church
As recently reported we find more evidence for the soon formal unification of a religions. This continues to support our claim that it is these certain Jews behind the Vatican II apostasy who use FreeMasonry as a front. Achbishop-elect Julian Leow Beng Kim, chosen by Francis months ago, is now installed as archbishop of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia an He will certainly be a great Archbishop -- well, at least assuredly for non-Catholics. He has just introduced a new symbol (above) in ecclesiastical heraldry, the "Tree of All Religions" or "Coexist Tree".

Once again we see these modernist wolves using the cover of coexistence,"mercy" and the illicit teaching that the "gate is wide" unto Truth and God.  How can anyone doubt that the heresy of Universalism is rampant in the Vatican II sect?  How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it! Matthew 7:14  
(Coat of arms explained by Archdiocese)
In examining this "new" symbol which is in reality nothing new to the Jews and the Kabal we notice the profane integration of the Immaculate and Sacred Heart with this Indifferentism/Universalism. I assure you the Immaculate and Sacred Hearts are not at all related with Vatican II's "new" teachings and doctrines which ultimately is leading souls into a formalized One World Church of Apostasy. We see the Masonic overture's of "dialogue" and "seeking the good of one another" (impotent humanitarianism). It truly should not shock anyone for it is only going to "get worse" before the "Triumph of the Immaculate Heart" commences over Vatican II and modernism. Needless to say the Novus Ordites are following a whole new religion rooted in false esotericism which is leading them into the "New Age"

"The esoteric Hebrew theosophy, commonly known as the "Kabbalah" (Kahbahlah, 'Receipt,' 'Acceptance,' or 'Tradition'), is a very ancient legacy of Israel. The Kabbalah reached its peak at about the 12th and 13th centuries CE, influencing medieval thinkers even before the Renaissance (14th to 17th centuries CE). Indeed, in the 11th and 12th centuries CE, the greatest contribution to science and philosophy was made by the "Mekubbalim" (Mehkoobahleem, 'Acceptees' or 'Kabbalists'), known in history books as outstanding inventors, developers, and philosophers.

Kabbalah studies include the "Ets H'ayim" (Ehts H'ahyeem, 'Tree of Life') and its "Sefirot" (Sfeeroht, 'Countings' or 'Divine Emanations'). Ten Sefirot originate from the incomprehensible "EinSof" (AinSohf, 'Endless' or 'Infinite') — the Kabbalistic denomination of the One-and-only, Eternal, and Almighty G-d, creator, source, and very essence of all things. The 10 Sefirot represent:  (1) The finite (limited) human understanding of the energy channels which G-d generated from His own infinite energy, to create and rule our finite and material universe; and, (2) the qualities that humans should strive to develop in order to approach G-d. The 10 Sefirot also reflect Moral Associations. Although there are some versions of these Moral Associations, in principle, they all reflect faith in G-d and morality."

 Tree of Life Kabbalah 
Rooted in the ancient Egyptian Mysteries, three different versions of basically the same teachings can be identified by three different spellings: Kabbalah, Cabala and Qabalah.
The Kabbalah is an essentially Jewish mystical or esoteric school. Although the Christian Church Fathers of the first century were demonstratably Kabbalists, mystical or gnostic elements within the Church largely disappeared within the first three centuries, only to reappear as a Christian Cabala during the Renaissance. A third, often hidden, stream of mystical Western philosophy absorbed many Egyptian, Jewish and Christian mystical elements and termed them the Qabalah.

Christian writers such as Agrippa, in his De Occulta Philosophia Libri III (1533), or Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, and also the Roman Catholic Church, spell it "Cabala," the Latin spelling transferred over to English. Contemporary neo-hermeticists, following MacGregor Mathers (1854-1918) and Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), will use "Qabala" or some other derivitive.

The word comes from the Hebrew קַבָּלָה, meaning "to receive". According to Ben-Yehudah’s Hebrew-English Dictionary, in context it is a received body of knowledge, passed down orally, which serves as an exegesis of the Hebrew Scriptures, particularly the Torah or Pentateuch. A direct experience of God is central to the ideas of Kabbalah.


Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry devotes almost three pages to the Kabbalah, noting "It has sometimes been used in an enlarged sense, as comprehending all the explanations, maxims, and ceremonies which have been traditionally handed down to the Jews; but in that more limited acceptation, in which it is intimately connected with the symbolic science of Freemasonry, the Cabala may be defined to be a system of philosophy which embraces certain mystical interpretations of Scripture, and metaphysical and spiritual beings."

"Buxtorf (Lexicon of the Talmud) defines the Kabbalah to be a secret science, which treats in a mystical and enigmatical manner of things divine, angelical, theological, celestial, and metaphysical; the subjects being enveloped in striking symbols and secret modes of teaching. Much use is made of it in the advanced degrees, and entire Rites have been constructed on its principles. Hence it demands a place in any general work on Freemasonry." 
 For more from the Masons themselves click here: 

For a more in-depth examination of the Jew/Kabal and Masonic connection: 

Vatican II leading souls into the "New Age"

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