Archive for the ‘Double Mind’ Category

Let He Who is Without a Double Mind Cast the First Vote

September 29, 2008

Let He Who is Without a Double Mind Cast the First Vote

By Craig Heimbichner

As the presidential (s)election circus flashes on screen in a perpetual hypnotic hype, we are seeing the predictable reactions of percipients on both the Left and Right—partisan zealotry and mindless support of the “party candidate” as though there were a substantial difference between the two death-oriented, war-mongering male prostitutes, McCain and Obama. But such is to be expected. The Group Mind has been tethered like a cow and ranges in an establishment pasture, thinking that the twin halves of the circle are somehow disconnected. Democrats and Republicans alike roam in this carefully circumscribed kabbalistic sphere, grazing in the sefirah of the day.

The induction of a Double Mind in the populace has been a masterstroke of the Cryptocracy. The herd behaves as though it truly believes there is a real choice available in this two-party system, never wondering why there isn’t a strong alternative third party available, just as the cow doesn’t seem to mind the limits of its grazing ground (except for the occasional jerk of the rope when the cud-chewing bovid ventures too far).

One of the recent manifestations of this controlled myopia has been—on the Right—the call by certain activist Catholics to have sacramental communion withheld from abortion-supporting politicians, and, by extension, the faithful who in turn vote for them. In other words, priests are being pressured to withhold giving communion to Democrats for their implicit or explicit support for the termination of life.

Notably absent, however, is a similar call to withhold communion from war-mongering politicians, and, by extension, the faithful who vote for them. War is patently a grand termination of life, but such in-your-face data appear to escape the above activists, who are quite agitated within their half of the grand grazing pasture as they stare across the grass into the eyes of their blinking bovine counterparts.

In fact if support for death-oriented politicians became the bar for advancing to communion each Sunday Mass, the pews would remain filled and the liturgy would proceed at a quick pace to its conclusion. Such is the triumph of the Double Mind in our day, and while the above example exposes the blind hypocrisy of the Right, the mirror mentality exists no less on the Left. Witness the support for Obama by antiwar protesters who have suddenly “not noticed” his endorsement of the recent slaughter of civilians in Afghanistan inflicted by this country’s armed forces. The spectacle on both Left and Right is a sick jest worthy of the Joker, a recently revived apropos pop-cultural symbol.

Like the two pillars of the Kabbalah, Mercy and Severity, the Left and Right continue to provide a framework upon which to scaffold “thought.” Here’s an interesting dream: what if voting were limited to those free of the duality imposed by the cultural controllers, con artists, and Cryptocrats channeling information to the populace?

Perhaps the voting booths would remain as empty as the confessional.

Originally published here:

http://www.paranoidsonline.com/2008/09/let-he-who-is-without-double-mind-cast.html

Craig Heimbichner is the author of Blood on the Altar

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Benedict’s Hegelian Method

September 26, 2008

Witness the reaction to these two recent actions by Benedict XVI:

Pope Benedict Selects Rabbi to Speak to Synod

Pope replaces all members of Liturgical Celebrations Office

What is the synthesis of this? Double-minded Catholics who are euphoric about neoconservative liturgies and vestments even as the Gospel is trashed by the prelates celebrating those liturgies: Kosher Katholicism.

And note that Benedict’s neoconservative liturgical commission will be headed by priests from the homo-founded Legionaries “of Christ” and Opus Judei.

See:

The Double-Mind in Occult Philosophy by Craig Heimbichner

Benedict’s Hegelian Method

September 26, 2008

Witness the reaction to these two recent actions by Benedict XVI:

Pope Benedict Selects Rabbi to Speak to Synod

Pope replaces all members of Liturgical Celebrations Office

What is the synthesis of this? Double-minded Catholics who are euphoric about neoconservative liturgies and vestments even as the Gospel is trashed by the prelates celebrating those liturgies: Kosher Katholicism.

And note that Benedict’s neoconservative liturgical commission will be headed by priests from the homo-founded Legionaries “of Christ” and Opus Judei.

See:

The Double-Mind in Occult Philosophy by Craig Heimbichner

A Brief Study in Judeo-Masonic Double Standards

April 24, 2008

Holocaust denial will be punishable by jail terms across the European Union …

(“EU to seal deal on ‘diluted’ legislation criminalising denial of the Holocaust,” Stephen Castle, Independent UK, April 17, 2008)

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/europe/eu-to-seal-deal-on-diluted-legislation-criminalising-denial-of-the-holocaust-445287.html

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A law in Turkey makes it criminal offence to call the [Armenian genocide] a genocide.

(“Armenia to step up “genocide” recognition drive,” Hasmik Mkrtchyan, Reuters, April 24, 2008)

http://uk.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUKL2484858920080424?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0

A Brief Study in Judeo-Masonic Double Standards

April 24, 2008

Holocaust denial will be punishable by jail terms across the European Union …

(“EU to seal deal on ‘diluted’ legislation criminalising denial of the Holocaust,” Stephen Castle, Independent UK, April 17, 2008)

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/europe/eu-to-seal-deal-on-diluted-legislation-criminalising-denial-of-the-holocaust-445287.html

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A law in Turkey makes it criminal offence to call the [Armenian genocide] a genocide.

(“Armenia to step up “genocide” recognition drive,” Hasmik Mkrtchyan, Reuters, April 24, 2008)

http://uk.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUKL2484858920080424?pageNumber=1&virtualBrandChannel=0

Ferrara Contra Ferrara

February 6, 2008

From Christopher Ferrara, writing of Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, February 2005, as published on The Remnant website:

Yes, “our only friend in the Vatican” has struck again. More and more it becomes apparent that this man is perhaps the most industrious ecclesial termite of the post-conciliar epoch, tearing down even as he makes busy with the appearance of building up. The longer Ratzinger “guards” Catholic doctrine, the more porous the barriers that protect it become.

Indeed, as I have pointed out more than once on these pages, it was Ratzinger who wrote in 1987 (in the second edition of his Principles of Catholic Theology) that the “demolition of bastions” in the Church is “a long-overdue task.” The Church, he declared, “must relinquish many of the things that have hitherto spelled security for her and that she has taken for granted. She must demolish longstanding bastions and trust solely the shield of faith.” Now it seems that with the bastions all but demolished, even the shield of faith is about to clatter to the ground. (Christopher A. Ferrara, “Ratzinger Personally Consecrates Neo-Modernist Bishop,” The Remnant, February, 2005)

Ratzinger Personally Consecrates Neo-Modernist Bishop

That is amazing insight into the methods of Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI–that he tears down even as he creates the appearance of building up. What has changed since 2005 when Christopher Ferrara wrote those words and now? Ratzinger’s phony conservatism? Hell no.

But something has changed in Ferrara’s thinking. Witness the amazing transmutation–as Ferrara is transformed from the prosecuting lawyer in 2005 to the defense lawyer in 2008, watch how the image of the same Joseph Ratzinger is transformed accordingly. Compare the above with Ferrara’s commentary on the new Good Friday prayer for the Jews delivered by the Vatican at the request of the Chief Rabbinate of “Israel” at the following link:

A Papal Masterstroke

Who is served by such double-mindedness? Is traditional Catholicism served, or harmed by such lawyerly shysterism? Is the argument that Abe Foxman says it’s bad so it must be good something to be considered by thinking people, or fools?

Judging by the fact that this guy has a following, there must be a lot of “trad” fools.

Ferrara Contra Ferrara

February 6, 2008

From Christopher Ferrara, writing of Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, February 2005, as published on The Remnant website:

Yes, “our only friend in the Vatican” has struck again. More and more it becomes apparent that this man is perhaps the most industrious ecclesial termite of the post-conciliar epoch, tearing down even as he makes busy with the appearance of building up. The longer Ratzinger “guards” Catholic doctrine, the more porous the barriers that protect it become.

Indeed, as I have pointed out more than once on these pages, it was Ratzinger who wrote in 1987 (in the second edition of his Principles of Catholic Theology) that the “demolition of bastions” in the Church is “a long-overdue task.” The Church, he declared, “must relinquish many of the things that have hitherto spelled security for her and that she has taken for granted. She must demolish longstanding bastions and trust solely the shield of faith.” Now it seems that with the bastions all but demolished, even the shield of faith is about to clatter to the ground. (Christopher A. Ferrara, “Ratzinger Personally Consecrates Neo-Modernist Bishop,” The Remnant, February, 2005)

Ratzinger Personally Consecrates Neo-Modernist Bishop

That is amazing insight into the methods of Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI–that he tears down even as he creates the appearance of building up. What has changed since 2005 when Christopher Ferrara wrote those words and now? Ratzinger’s phony conservatism? Certainly not.

But something has changed in Ferrara’s thinking. Witness the amazing transmutation–as Ferrara is transformed from the prosecuting lawyer in 2005 to the defense lawyer in 2008, watch how the image of the same Joseph Ratzinger is transformed accordingly. Compare the above with Ferrara’s commentary on the new Good Friday prayer for the Jews delivered by the Vatican at the request of the Chief Rabbinate of “Israel” at the following link:

A Papal Masterstroke

Who is served by such double-mindedness? Is traditional Catholicism served, or harmed by such lawyerly shysterism? Is the argument that Abe Foxman says it’s bad so it must be good something to be considered by thinking people, or fools?

Judging by the fact that this guy has a following, there must be a lot of “trad” fools.

More Double-Speak on St. John Chysostom from Benedict XVI

November 9, 2007

Pope says saint preferred people live by, not applaud, his homilies

By Carol Glatz
Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — St. John Chrysostom, a popular and eloquent preacher, preferred that his parishioners follow his teachings and not just applaud his homilies, Pope Benedict XVI said.

The pope said it was very important to this fourth-century doctor of the church that the applause his inspiring homilies generated did not mask the fact that the Gospel, not he, was the source of his stirring talks.

The pope made his comments on the occasion of the 1,600th anniversary of the death of St. John Chrysostom, former patriarch of Constantinople, now Istanbul, Turkey.

The pope’s remarks, drafted in a letter dated Aug. 10, were made public Nov. 8 for the opening of a Nov. 8-10 international congress on the saint in Rome. The Vatican released to journalists a copy of the letter Nov. 8.

The pope wrote that St. John Chrysostom “lamented sometimes because, too often, the same assembly that applauded his homilies ignored the very exhortations (he made) to live the Christian life authentically” …

Full article:

http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/0706368.htm

Keeping that thought in mind, I offer one of many pertinent examples from St. John Chrysostom’s preaching which Benedict lauds, but does not live by:

For if the enemies of the truth never have enough of blaspheming our Benefactor, we must be all the more tireless in praising the God of all. But what am I to do? Another very serious illness calls for any cure my words can bring, an illness which has become implanted in the body of the Church. We must first root this ailment out and then take thought for matters outside; we must first cure our own and then be concerned for others who are strangers …

… There are many in our ranks who say they think as we do. Yet some of these are going to watch the festivals and others will join the Jews in keeping their feasts and observing their fasts. I wish to drive this perverse custom from the Church right now. My homilies against the Anomians can be put off to another time, and the postponement would cause no harm. But now that the Jewish festivals are close by and at the very door, if I should fail to cure those who are sick with the Judaizing disease. I am afraid that, because of their ill-suited association and deep ignorance, some Christians may partake in the Jews’ transgressions; once they have done so, I fear my homilies on these transgressions will be in vain. For if they hear no word from me today, they will then join the Jews in their fasts; once they have committed this sin it will be useless for me to apply the remedy … (St. John Chrysostom, Adversus Judaeos, Homily I)

Believe me, I shall risk my life before I would neglect any one who is sick with this disease-if I see him. If I fail to see him, surely God will grant me pardon. And let each one of you consider this matter; let him not think it is something of secondary importance. Do you take no notice of what the deacon continuously calls out in the mysteries? “Recognize one another”, he says. Do you not see how he entrusts to you the careful examination of your brothers? Do this in the case of Judaizers, too. When you observe someone Judaizing, take hold of him, show him what he is doing, so that you may not yourself be an accessory to the risk he runs. (St. John Chrysostom, Adversus Judaeos, Homily IV)

Contrast St. John Chrysostom’s condemnations of Judaizing with the Judaizing of Benedict XVI in his address to the Chief Rabbis of “Israel”:

With an open heart I welcome you here today, and express my appreciation of the fact that your visit intends to emphasize the positive results that have come from the Second Vatican Council’s declaration Nostra Aetate, the fortieth anniversary of which we are commemorating this year. I see your visit as a further step forward in the process of building deeper religious relations between Catholics and Jews, a course which has received new impulse and energy from Nostra Aetate and from the many forms of contact, dialogue and co-operation that have their origin in the principles and spirit of that document. The Church continues to make every effort to implement the Council’s vision of a new era of better mutual understanding, respect and solidarity between us … (Address of Benedict XVI to the Chief Rabbis of Israel, Friday, 15 September 2005)

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/benedict_xvi/speeches/2005/september/documents/hf_ben-xvi_spe_20050915_rabbini-israele_en.html

More Double-Speak on St. John Chysostom from Benedict XVI

November 9, 2007

Pope says saint preferred people live by, not applaud, his homilies

By Carol Glatz
Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — St. John Chrysostom, a popular and eloquent preacher, preferred that his parishioners follow his teachings and not just applaud his homilies, Pope Benedict XVI said.

The pope said it was very important to this fourth-century doctor of the church that the applause his inspiring homilies generated did not mask the fact that the Gospel, not he, was the source of his stirring talks.

The pope made his comments on the occasion of the 1,600th anniversary of the death of St. John Chrysostom, former patriarch of Constantinople, now Istanbul, Turkey.

The pope’s remarks, drafted in a letter dated Aug. 10, were made public Nov. 8 for the opening of a Nov. 8-10 international congress on the saint in Rome. The Vatican released to journalists a copy of the letter Nov. 8.

The pope wrote that St. John Chrysostom “lamented sometimes because, too often, the same assembly that applauded his homilies ignored the very exhortations (he made) to live the Christian life authentically” …

Full article:

http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/0706368.htm

Keeping that thought in mind, I offer one of many pertinent examples from St. John Chrysostom’s preaching which Benedict lauds, but does not live by:

For if the enemies of the truth never have enough of blaspheming our Benefactor, we must be all the more tireless in praising the God of all. But what am I to do? Another very serious illness calls for any cure my words can bring, an illness which has become implanted in the body of the Church. We must first root this ailment out and then take thought for matters outside; we must first cure our own and then be concerned for others who are strangers …

… There are many in our ranks who say they think as we do. Yet some of these are going to watch the festivals and others will join the Jews in keeping their feasts and observing their fasts. I wish to drive this perverse custom from the Church right now. My homilies against the Anomians can be put off to another time, and the postponement would cause no harm. But now that the Jewish festivals are close by and at the very door, if I should fail to cure those who are sick with the Judaizing disease. I am afraid that, because of their ill-suited association and deep ignorance, some Christians may partake in the Jews’ transgressions; once they have done so, I fear my homilies on these transgressions will be in vain. For if they hear no word from me today, they will then join the Jews in their fasts; once they have committed this sin it will be useless for me to apply the remedy … (St. John Chrysostom, Adversus Judaeos, Homily I)

Believe me, I shall risk my life before I would neglect any one who is sick with this disease-if I see him. If I fail to see him, surely God will grant me pardon. And let each one of you consider this matter; let him not think it is something of secondary importance. Do you take no notice of what the deacon continuously calls out in the mysteries? “Recognize one another”, he says. Do you not see how he entrusts to you the careful examination of your brothers? Do this in the case of Judaizers, too. When you observe someone Judaizing, take hold of him, show him what he is doing, so that you may not yourself be an accessory to the risk he runs. (St. John Chrysostom, Adversus Judaeos, Homily IV)

Contrast St. John Chrysostom’s condemnations of Judaizing with the Judaizing of Benedict XVI in his address to the Chief Rabbis of “Israel”:

With an open heart I welcome you here today, and express my appreciation of the fact that your visit intends to emphasize the positive results that have come from the Second Vatican Council’s declaration Nostra Aetate, the fortieth anniversary of which we are commemorating this year. I see your visit as a further step forward in the process of building deeper religious relations between Catholics and Jews, a course which has received new impulse and energy from Nostra Aetate and from the many forms of contact, dialogue and co-operation that have their origin in the principles and spirit of that document. The Church continues to make every effort to implement the Council’s vision of a new era of better mutual understanding, respect and solidarity between us … (Address of Benedict XVI to the Chief Rabbis of Israel, Friday, 15 September 2005)

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/benedict_xvi/speeches/2005/september/documents/hf_ben-xvi_spe_20050915_rabbini-israele_en.html

The World’s Most Powerful Victims

October 13, 2007

Jewish power dominates at ‘Vanity Fair’

NATHAN BURSTEIN

Jerusalem Post, Oct 11, 2007 23:40

It’s a list of “the world’s most powerful people,” 100 of the bankers and media moguls, publishers and image makers who shape the lives of billions. It’s an exclusive, insular club, one whose influence stretches around the globe but is concentrated strategically in the highest corridors of power.

More than half its members, at least by one count, are Jewish.

It’s a list, in other words, that would have made earlier generations of Jews jump out of their skins, calling attention, as it does, to their disproportionate influence in finance and the media. Making matters worse, in the eyes of many, would no doubt be the identity of the group behind the list – not a pack of fringe anti-Semites but one of the most mainstream, glamorous publications on the newsstands.

Yet the list doesn’t appear to have generated concern so far, instead drawing expressions of satisfaction and pride from the lone Jewish commentator who’s responded in writing.

Published between ads for Chanel and Prada, Dior and Yves Saint Laurent, it’s the 2007 version of “The Vanity Fair 100,” the glossy American magazine’s annual October ranking of the planet’s most important people. Populated by a Cohen and a Rothschild, a Bloomberg and a Perelman, the list would seem to conform to all the traditional stereotypes about areas of Jewish overrepresentation.

Joseph Aaron, the editor of The Chicago Jewish News, thinks it’s a list his readers should “feel very, very good about” …

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1191257286817

Jewish Groups Secure Major Funding From Department Of Homeland Security

Beth Young,
JTA Wire Service

OCTOBER 09, 2007
Washington

Jewish institutions will receive the majority of U.S. federal funds designated this year to help secure non-profit organizations. Of the 308 grants awarded through the Urban Areas Security Initiative Non-Profit Security Grant Program, 251 are being allocated to Jewish groups totaling $19.6 million …

http://www.jewishtimes.com/News/7042.stm