Wednesday, August 29, 2012

.....and the bishop laughed.


Above image - from Wikipedia on "Monergism", caption of the image with a visible and well esplicit script "vermag er ohne den H. [Heiligen] Geist nichts": "An illustration of Article XVIII, "Of Free Will," of the Augsburg Confession, which reads "...[M]an's will has some liberty to choose civil righteousness, and to work things subject to reason. But it has no power, without the Holy Ghost, to work the righteousness of God, that is, spiritual righteousness ..."[1]" - URL:

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Above image - article from the "Il Piccolo di Trieste", Wednesday 29, 2012, prof. Vittorio Sgarbi encounters the archbishop Crepaldi (image above) during the presentation of his last book.

    In red in the article: "with regard to architects and the Curia, it comes under the target of Sgarbi - in Trieste to present his last book "Piene di Grazia; i volti della donna nell'arte "/"Full of Grace; the faces of the woman in the arts", but in order to fire the audience he shouted against politicians and colleagues - of course  that "communist Massimiliano Fuksas who in Foligno did that "load of shit" the church which is disgusting", and the whole audience laughed also the vicarious for the culture Ettore Malnati and the bishop [laughed]".

    [for the church of Foligno and the laughing archbishop Giampaolo Crepaldi see some information in REFERENCES]

    We are here in the presence of the same tactic,of two centuries ago. In order to instigate a reaction with which to wipe away the moderate reformists (and reformist only from a political and cultural point of view!) from Central Italy and Naples, two zone sensibly near the Pontifical reign, a Jesuit advised Napoleon had to provoke with full extreme jacobinism the masses in their loyalty to the pope, before they could have been 'corrupted' by those moderate Reformists. The reaction wiped away the moderate Reformists, and the opposite extremism of the Jesuit order and of the Jacobinism revealed to be the collaborative hegelian antagonism of the Counter Reformation in the Apennine peninsula.

    The church of Foligno therefore plays the role of the extreme jacobinism of the "invaders", Sgarbi the one of the leader of the once "Viva Maria!" reaction which should wipe away the "invaders" and  their 'ugly' church. But what is the goal today? In the name of which kind of 'virgin' Mary?
    Creating something which seems to hurt the local aesthetic culture, all that seems planned in order to just instigate the reaction of an overvaluation of the aesthetic values inside a field, religion and faith, which should be a total enemy respect criteria of aesthetic, artistic consideration.

    It is not a casual choice the presentation of the book of Sgarbi in a city built with an exterior, aesthetic geometric representation of the 'grace' of the Evil:

    But not only Sgarbi presented a book on the 'grace'. We'll see later.

    Vittorio Sgarbi is the right subject to defend the Counter Reformation Jesuit concept of Salvation and Grace, linking it to the idolatry of the s.c. "beauty", therefore with an exterior, apparent, visible fact where the human freedom of choice is as much important as the Lord's choice. The great importance assigned to the visible arts in the Apennine peninsula (for example think to the Renaissance Italian painters and artists and its transplantation in America with the American Renaissance) is here.The cult of the feminine is strictly linked with the exterior appearance, with the "visual arts", which captures the immaterial grace with the material consistence of an art work, therefore with an human activity where freedom of choice is important:

"..........In theology, synergism is the position of those who hold that salvation involves some form of cooperation between divine grace and human freedom. It stands opposed to monergism, a doctrine most commonly associated with the Lutheran and Reformed Protestant traditions, whose soteriologies have been strongly influenced by the North African theologian Augustine of Hippo (AD 354 – 430).............".

    Here lays also the anathema on the Freedom of expression and thought considered a protestant 'heresy'. If grace depend from my freedom, it must be curbed. But I don't know how to curb it. Rome present herself as the only 'holy' support to help me [to tell me how to read the Sacred Scriptures] in to use my freedom to obtain (with my short hands) 'grace', 'justification' and at the end of all 'salvation', which becomes products of Rome and of her branches. Freedom is so much important that cannot be leaved in my hands. Here lays the contradictory essence of modern democracy and of the economy based on the papers ("banknotes"), always on the edge of a Middle Age collapse,  a religious Roman Catholic Jesuit regime to administer the 'grace' to the little short hands of the 'pious' masses.

    I agree with Galatians 4 blog where he says the various -ism today became only various branches of the Romish church, everyone with her brave aesthetic altar. But such churches, such branches, became only stones of the bigger Romish church. They contribute to carry the support to the pope of Rome, but  on their surface they have still the ancient bas-relief of their old faith then betrayed when they accepted to become part of the Vatican system of religious power. Rome must find secular stone-cutter in order to chisel away those old bas-relief referring to a faith completely dead for the ones who pretend in public to still preach in her name meanwhile in the silent opportunism are serving the pope and the Jesuits' satanic thirsty of dominion. Bas-reliefs still dangerous for their historical value as memories of a past which could come back. One of this stone-cutter  is Vittorio Sgarbi. The other the professor Boris Pahor.

    "Ta ljubezen je edina ki nas lahko resuje" or: "this love is the only [one] which can save us". Even if many Slovenes had declared me a "cancelled" person (a traitor, an infiltrated 'Fascist spy', etc.), I can hear and understand 'their' (not my?) language. Boris Pahor said on Sunday to us that the [generic] love [but alluded to a woman as he was presenting a book dedicate to his love for his wife]  is the only thing which can save us.  Profesor Pahor, a Roman Catholic, continues and correct himself saying that "surely it implies not only love between two bodies, or to family, but also love to justice and truth".

    Video from Slovenian tv news about the   prof. Boris Pahor presentation to the public of his book on his wife who died in 2011. In any case you can hear him from 00:48:

    Boris Pahor is not Christian but a Marianist, a Jesuit Marianist. Council of Trent in his goal to destroy "only Faith in Only Jesus" concentrated his theological fire on the second term, destroying the male attribute of the object of faith and substituting it with the female attribute of his mother. Elevating the female principle as symbol of the appearances. A woman cannot be else than the representation of the Grace and in it emprisoned ( at the end of all to this works the Islamic burka). This is the theological key to understand the deep upset of society of our days.

    Roman Catholic synergism in the figure of the pagan goddess Grace, was presented to the Slovenes on Sunday 26th August  with the feast of the 99th birthday of professor Boris Pahor who presented the book "Books about Rada" dedicated to his expired wife Rada (sister of the famous partisan hero Janko Premrl-Vojko).
The pagan goddess Grace, protective goddess of the RC synergism, was some days later presented also to the Italians with professor Vittorio Sgarbi and his book "Full of Grace - the faces of the woman in the arts", in an encounter with the archbishop of the city Giampaolo Crepaldi.

    Therefore it is not strange that the Reform had to fight the pagan idolatry of images by the church of Rome, an idolatry then transformed by the Jesuit order in a weapon to conquer, brainwash and pervert minds, and then to corrupt souls:

".........But we don't teach to not respect and honor the virgin Mary....but the creation of idols from them, to implore them for grace and the pardon for the sins in all the disgraces, to them to build churches, to give gifts, this God, the angels and all the saints severely forbid. This are teaching us the Holy Scriptures............"

(don't fear, also the church of Trubar is today a stone emprisoned in the Romish Universal church, it needs only of some stone-cutters in order to chisel away the face of brother Primož Trubar on it. Secular intellectuals will do [are doing] the dirty job)

    Below, to deepen the argument of the "grace" of Rome inside the churches and in the sexual field: 

  Friday, August 24, 2012

Expelled from the European temple


Monday, August 13, 2012

NO POPE??!..... NO PUSSY!!


 "......Boris Pahor (About this sound pronunciation) (born 28 August 1913) is a writer from the community of Slovene minority in Italy, considered to be one of the most influential living authors in the Slovene language[1][2] and has been nominated for the Nobel prize for literature by the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts.[3] A concentration camp survivor, he is most famous for his literary descriptions of the life in the Nazi concentration camps and of the life in his native city, Trieste........"

 ".......The Council of Trent (Latin: Concilium Tridentinum) was an Ecumenical Council of the Roman Catholic Church. It is considered to be one of the Church's most important[1] councils. It convened in Trent (then capital of the Prince-Bishopric of Trent of the Holy Roman Empire, in Italy) between December 13, 1545, and December 4, 1563 in twenty-five sessions for three periods. During the pontificate of Pope Paul III the Council fathers met for the first through eighth sessions in Trent (1545–7), and for the ninth through eleventh sessions in Bologna (1547).[2] Under Pope Julius III, the Council met in Trent (1551–52) for the twelfth through sixteenth sessions, and under Pope Pius IV, the seventeenth through twenty-fifth sessions took place in Trent (1559–63)........"


"...........Giampaolo Crepaldi (29 September 1947-) is the current Archbishop-Bishop of Trieste since his appointment by Pope Benedict XVI on 4 July 2009. He had previously served as secretary of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace. [1..........."

Vittorio Umberto Antonio Maria Sgarbi (born May 8, 1952 in Ferrara) is an Italian art critic, politician, cultural commentator and TV personality.
He was appointed curator of the Italian Pavilion at the 2011 Venice Biennale.[1] Several times a member of the Italian Parliament and municipal governments like that of Milan, from June 30 2008 is the mayor of the Sicilian town of Salemi.
He has been condemned several times by various Italian courts for libel, malicious slander, absenteeism from workplace and production of false public documents.

".........Revolt against the church-cube Fuksas
Critical to rain on the architect for the building of worship built in Foligno on order of the Episcopal Conference
....People and events - 12/05/2009

Commissioned by the Italian Episcopal Conference and designed by the internationally renowned architect Massimiliano Fuksas, at the time of the inauguration of the 26th of April, the new church on Via del Roccolo was presented by Monsignor Giuseppe Betori (Secretary General of the CEI) a symbol of the rebirth of Foligno after the earthquake of 1997 and an innovative model of sacred art projects spirituality than the classic. The total cost of the project is about 3 million, in addition to approximately 600 thousand euros for the artworks, such as the stele in the shape of a cross placed on the outside and designed by Enzo Cucchi, over 13 meters high .
The evocative rite of opening and the solemn opening ceremony of the church was also the architect Massimiliano Fuksas, which rather excited, said he had built in Foligno his most intense and important part of their lives.
The architect Fuksas, who recently converted to Catholicism, has always defended his creation referring to a vertical design of the church, in line with the liturgy of the Mass according to the Tridentine rite. At the inauguration, said: "I ​​did not want to create a place of entertainment but a recognizably, upholding the people." As for the criticisms, his reply was: "The important thing is to enter the church."

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