Benedict XVI, Hexagram Hat Make Cover of Foreign Policy Magazine

Benedict and his 11/22 hexagram hat are featured in Foreign Policy magazine’s December “Top 100 Global Thinkers” edition.

Credit to Berengaria of Ignis Ardens for this find.

6 Responses to “Benedict XVI, Hexagram Hat Make Cover of Foreign Policy Magazine”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    You know, it never fails…every time I make the attempt to leave my sedevacantist chapel for the novus ordo, something like this happens.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    you really think the hat has that much significance…?

  3. Maurice Pinay Says:

    I think Benedict's embrace of Israeli terrorists Benjamin Netanyahu and Shimon Perez and rebes of genocidal Judaism Shlomo Amar, and Yona Metzger on the heel of 'Israel's' 22 day long rampage on Gaza, for instance, has more significance than the hexagram hat. In the context of this and countless other acts of treachery with the people of the hexagram, I believe the hexagram hat does have significance, and not to Catholic tradition.The editors of Foreign Policy magazine apparently thought that the hexagram hat worn on only one occasion this year (as far as I know) has significance.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    "…You really think the hat has that much significance…?"OH yes! While we are to be judged by our actions and words, 'clothes make the man.'Or unmake him, in this instance.Misericordie, Domine.- Fr. John

  5. HallnOates Says:

    Same pallium: is some explanation about Pius X's star on his coat of arms.'s a heraldic symbol concerning the six pointed star. In no way is it a hexagram. The same star is on the coat of arms of Croatia.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    While watching the new video documentary onFatima by Most Holy Family Monastery, I noticed apicture of John Paul II, where is his wearing aninverted cross on his vestment, which might be intended to signify Saint Peter, who was crucified upside down. Dubious though that theory is, I mightbe willing to accept it, except that standing behind JPII, another priest is wearing a white robe or shirtthat has two (maybe more — the view is blocked) conspicuously large Shin letters. Shin is a Hebrewletter that's considered in Masonic Kabbalistic sorcery to be associated with the sun, and hence,with the number 666; what's more, the letter Shinis composed of three Vavs, the letter which in Hebrew means 6, which are connected together inone symbol by a line at the bottom. This struck me as odd, possibly sinister, in any case meaningful. Just so, this use of the hexagram and the number 11, which in Kabbalah signifies the right and left pillar of the temple of Solomon, etc., strikes me asquestionable at best, and there can beno reasonable doubt that something is being deliberately communicated. Question is, what?see site that links to information relevant to this.

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