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What is not being reported in the recent spate of black masses August 4, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, Christendom, disaster, episcopate, General Catholic, horror, Interior Life, sadness, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, Spiritual Warfare, unadulterated evil.
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I think we can readily discern how perverse the culture has become, and how empowered satan is feeling right now, by this recent spate of highly publicized black masses.  Of course, the sacrilege in Massachusetts last spring may not have gone off as planned, it may not have happened at all, but the one set for next month in Oklahoma City, of all places, appears to still be a potential reality.

I don’t know exactly how these satanists plan to conduct their particular public black mass, but there is much to be gravely concerned about, even strictly on a natural level. I want to explore some of those concerns in this post.

Obviously a black mass is an entirely evil event.  It is the total perversion of the Mass, with all the goodness, light, love, and holiness of the Mass replaced with evil, darkness, cruelty, and more evil.  But there is an aspect of these masses that many miss.  The satanists, even in this fallen age, will not be able to conduct a true black mass, with the rituals of pain (involving the horrific death of a small animal) and the gang rape of a virgin child, publicly.  But they don’t have to.  There is a long precedent for black masses to be twinned together, with the purported “main” debacle occurring in one place with only limited elements of the evil, with the full-on nightmare occurring at another, hidden location, where all the demonic evils that are intrinsically associated with this act can take place.

A black mass simply is not a black mass without the ritual sacrifice of life, typically a puppy or some other small animal, and the ritualistic rape of a virgin, standing, of course, in for the Blessed Mother.  So what I fear, is that whenever these “black masses” occur, even in public, there is a twinned black mass occurring simultaneously at a hidden locale where these abominations really do take place.  It is from these abominations of cruelty and savage rapine that the black mass gets its perverse (and ostensible) power.

Given that the man conducting this black mass is a registered sex offender, is this the type of person to be permitted to lead such a nightmare of evil, when the strong possibility exists that there will be a “real” black mass in private somewhere that does include the “required” elements?  I don’t think I can stress enough that a “black mass” without the ritual animal sacrifice and rape of a virgin is like a Catholic Mass without the Consecration, or with no presence of the Blessed Sacrament at all.  It is simply a near-pointless ritual at that point, devoid of its main power and purpose.  I do not think it can be assumed that these satanists, people who make a pathological focus of their lives in engaging in evil and contravening societal standards (such as they are), will simply be satisfied with that.

There is precedent for this “twinning” of satanic ceremonies.  Read The Windswept House, for one.

In a related note, the Bishop of Tulsa Edward Slattery has issued a formal response to this planned depravity.  While I think spiritual efforts must always be the first recourse of Catholics, if we are not to see repeated blasphemy and further descent into evil, at some point more concrete action may be requried.  However, I am somewhat heartened to see the below, even if I wish some of the below had been commands, and not requests:

Since the Civic Center has not responded positively to the pleas of the Archbishop of Oklahoma City not to host this event in a tax-payer supported public venue, I am asking the faithful Catholics in the Diocese of Tulsa to fight this blasphemy through prayer and fasting:

  1. Please keep the nine days prior to the Feast of the Assumption as an extraordinary period of prayer and penance. I am asking every Catholic to abstain from all meat and meat products from August 6 through the 14th. I am also asking that you consecrate your hunger with a daily recitation of a decade of the rosary and the familiar Prayer to Saint Michael. Printed copies of these prayers are available in the bulletin and at the entrances of the church. Be strong and encourage your friends to also be strong. [Lord it is sad that copies of the prayer to Saint Michael have to be printed out for people to follow!]
  2. On Assumption Day, August 15th, we will ask Our Lady on her Feast, to intercede for us and protect us. On that day I in the Cathedral, and every priest in his own parish, will pray a special prayer written by Pope Leo XIII for the defense of the Church against the attack of the Enemy and his apostate angels. [Is it this one? See important note below]
  3. Should these prayers and this period of fasting not effect the cancellation of this event, then I will ask every priest in the Diocese to conduct a Eucharistic Holy Hour on September 21 at the same time (7:00 p.m.) as this profanity is being celebrated in Oklahoma City. Wherever possible, I ask that Eucharistic Processions – especially outdoor processions – be arranged as part of these holy hours. Let us give a public witness to our faith in the Eucharist which is being so profoundly mocked and ridiculed by this event.

I think much of the above is very good.  A Novena of fasting is a great spiritual work.  And the exorcism prayer from Pope Leo XIII is very powerful.  Much good will come from both, I am certain, especially if a large number of people take part in both, uniting their prayers and sufferings to block this event.

Should these efforts fail, and the craven government of Oklahoma City not block this blasphemous sacrilege in a public venue, perhaps stronger measures will be needed.  We shall see.

On that exorcism prayer that Fr. Carota posted from Pope Leo XIII, there is apparently some sturm and drang in some quarters as to whether it is really intended for lay people to use.  I do not see a particular problem in lay people offering such, provided they understand that for them it is simply a prayer with a certain purpose, and that they should not go thinking they could exorcise a demon or anything like that.  Such thoughts never even passed my mind when I read the prayer, I simply thought it was a long but beautiful prayer against the influence of the demonic in our lives.  Fr. Carota has responded, in a fashion, to some of this, clarifying that lay people cannot perform exorcisms (of course), but he did not seem to caution against using the prayer.

So do what you will. You can probably research the topic yourself if you are interested or concerned. From what I have been able to gather, while the prohibition against lay people trying to involve themselves directly in exorcisms is absolute and very appropriate, there is greatly divided opinion on whether lay people can “use” the prayer at all.

It’s pretty long so I doubt many people made it an instant item in their regular prayer rotation, but there you go.

Comments

1. Kim - August 4, 2014

You should read Fr. Malachi Martin’s account of the black Mass held in the catacombs in Rome by Vatican hierarchy with a corresponding black Mass held simultaneously in Charleston, SC — the presider was Cardinal Bernadin. The child victim later recounted it to the police and passed a lie detector test. There was no trial—it was all swept away. Yeah it sounds crazy. It was all the prelude to Vatican 2.

TG - August 4, 2014

I read the book – Windswept House – a fictional novel with a lot of truth in it. I remember how hard it was to read that part and how shocked I was that this happened in the Catholic Church. It explains so much of what has happened since then.

Tantumblogo - August 4, 2014

That’s why I referenced The Windswept House! That’s the book!

Kim - August 4, 2014

I though I deleted the irrelevant parts from the article. Scroll down about halfway and you get to the satanic part.

2. Christopher - August 4, 2014

I haven’t heard of the concurrent Black Mass before, but it makes sense, particularly as one more aspect of the profanation of the true Mass, which is a participation in the ongoing heavenly presentation of the Lamb to the Father.

As for the stuff revealed in the comments, well, it just seems too horrible to be true, but that belief would certainly work in the favor of the Evil One, as it always has.

Tantumblogo - August 4, 2014

I did not read through much of that till now. I cannot allow Dimond brothers stuff on this blog.

As for Cardinal Bernadin, that he was an active sodomite, I have no doubt. But as to whether he was a satanist and took part in a black mass, a la The Windswept House, we only have the testimony of one woman, the victim. And her ID is secret. I pray he did not fall into that, he was destructive enough as it was, but no one really knows for sure. Much of it is hearsay.

TG - August 4, 2014

I’m not sure it’s secret. She goes by the name Agnes. A journalists that blogs on Renew America interviewed her. She has a family. She told him that Father Martin over dramatized in the book but the details were true. The reason nothing has happened to her is that many people do know who she is. That’s what she told this reporter. Father Martin did die under mysterious circumstances from what I’ve read.

Tantumblogo - August 4, 2014

On Agnes…..maybe secret is a bit much. But she has not publicly come forward. She has not given herself up publicly to scrutiny. Only a very few know who has made these allegations. And that does undermine her claims a fair amount – it’s just how things work. It’s much easier to make outrageous claims if you do not have to answer them, and remaining unidentifiable, she pretty much does not have to.

But I can also understand, esp. if true, not wanting to rehash that nightmare publicly. I am not attacking her veracity at all, I’m just saying anonymous allegations do not carry as much weight as fully public ones.

3. Dismas - August 5, 2014

Pretty interesting what Bishop Slattery has done, as a follow-up to ARCHBISHOP Coakley’s milquetoast response. Please correct me if I am wrong, but in a way, the Archbishop is sort of a “superior among equals” or in other terms a “metropolitan” of sorts in Oklahoma.

The above statement right or wrong, this is occurring in Coakley’s archdiocese and if his response was not pathetic then the meaning of “pathetic” has changed.

I have a very limited understanding of the black “mass” and so here as well I am open to correction from a knowledgeable satanist. But I assume that a consecrated Host is necessary for a “valid” black “mass”. Those are quite easy to come by in a novus ordo ceremony – a fact which almost makes us hope that those who espouse the “invalidity” of the novus ordo rite are correct. I am not one of them.

I am also told that the “black mass” is an inversion and perversion of the authentic Rite of the Roman Catholic Church which would make sense since, at least to our knowledge the satanists have not held a council where a new springtime was initiated. Or maybe they did….but I digress.

The “mass” referenced in Windswept House was obviously the black inversion of the authentic Mass, given the time and circumstances. Moreover, for such an important event, why would satanist priests waste their time? They are far more serious about what they do than their “Catholic” brethren.

I will join Bishop Slattery’s appeal. I applaud it. But we all know that when the Church had a set, and real men leading Her, there would have been a hundred thousand Catholics at the site prepared to tear down the building, temporal consequences be damned. It is the shepherds themselves, all the way to the top, who have literally led the flock to the slaughter house. They have traded any of the moral and political capital their predecessors accumulated for a cush job and a nice life, while they wring their hands over immigration and treating everyone (other than the butchered sheep and those who would be authentically Catholic) nicely.

Tantumblogo - August 5, 2014

So a satanist came by (comment blocked) saying the description of black mass was all wrong. I got my understanding from not just Windswept House, but an 18th century book on demons, exorcism, spiritual warfare, satanism, etc. It’s possible the “rite” has been toned down, but I can say the Windswept House version correlates very closely with the 18th century one. There is a little uncertainty on whether the ritual rape has to happen or if that is only used in certain circumstances, but the impression I got was the most “powerful” of these sacrileges did incorporate that element.

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