The Jesuit Roman Pope Francis I

  Francis I, as a committed, loyal, and hardcore Jesuit intellectual, is a man utterly familiar with the Constitutions of the Order, and with the Spiritual Exercises of Loyola.  Let us delve into these a bit more deeply.  Ex-Roman Catholic priest Richard Bennett explains:

  “The goal of Eastern meditation is to unite oneself directly with God.  In the 12th and 13th centuries in Europe, there arose a great interest in Eastern Mysticism.  The Papacy had never embraced the true Gospel and thus was easily able to assimilate to itself the pagan practices it encountered within the borders of the Holy Roman Empire.  Without true spirituality based on the Gospel and the Bible, the Papal Church became the perfect place for an Eastern Alexandrian Egyptian mysticism to flourish…. Then in [the] 16th century Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises was typical of the mystical movement in Roman Catholicism.  However its genius was that it is an attempt, mainly through the imagination, to directly connect the thoughts and actions of an individual with what was called the grace of God.  Thus Loyola was a propagator of mysticism by which a person was purportedly to achieve direct personal union with the divine…. The emphasis in the Spiritual Exercises is ever on one’s imagination.  Imagine you can see the particular and gory details of hell; imagine you can smell the sulfur; on and on it goes stoking the heated imagination without mercy, without truth….  Jesuit spirituality and ethics are a very effective combination of mystical techniques and authoritarian propositions.  The writing and teaching style of Jesuitism is heavily nuanced with techniques of suggestive dissociation.  Disciples are lured ever so subtly into embracing new views of reality and ethical norms apart from critical reflection on either the intellectual or logical integrity of the insinuated dogmatic propositions.  The smooth flow of suggestion and casuistic reasoning in Jesuit teaching material hinders mental resistance and diverts learners from appreciating that they are visualizing and emoting rather than thinking.  It is a methodical technique of disarmament by dissociation that leads inevitably to surrender of the mind and will.”[11] 

  This is precisely the state which every Jesuit has to reach: surrender of the mind and will.  Again from my book:[12] “The Spiritual Exercises work on the imagination of the candidate, helped by a ‘director’.  Various biblical scenes are ‘relived’ in front of him, beautiful ones alternating with frightening ones.  His sighs, inhalings, breathing, and periods of silence are all noted down.  After a number of weeks of this, he is ready for indoctrination.”[13]  His mind and will are brought to the point of surrender to his superior.

  This is the atmosphere in which Francis I has spent his adulthood.  He is a Jesuit through and through.  He is absolutely familiar with the Spiritual Exercises.  He believes in them; he follows them.  And consequently he is an utterly obedient servant of the Jesuit general, having surrendered his mind and will to him long ago.

  Thus Francis I, although pope of Rome, is not the highest authority within the Papal system.  He answers to the Jesuit general, the “black pope”, and in his hands he has to be as a corpse, having no will of his own! 

  What an extraordinary situation!  A Roman pontiff, supposedly at the pinnacle of power within the Papal institution, and yet, as a Jesuit, actually under someone else – his general!  A Roman pontiff, believed by Papists to be the Vicar of Christ, “Christ Himself under the veil of the flesh”, and believed to be infallible when he pronounces ex cathedra on matters of faith and morals – and yet a Jesuit under his general!  A man who sees in his general, not a fallible man, but Christ Himself!  Even though all popes for centuries have had to obey the Jesuit general and lived in fear of him, never before has a Jesuit been openly elevated to this position; a man who has taken a vow to obey his general above all others, and at all times!

  Be sure that Bergoglio, as a faithful Jesuit under orders, a man sworn to obey his general with absolute blind obedience, only accepted the position of pope after his general gave him permission!  Proof is found for this, not only in the open rules of the Jesuit Order, but also in The Secret Instructions of the Jesuits, which for centuries has been the top-secret instruction manual for the Order – so secret, in fact, that its very existence is unknown even to many Jesuits themselves, who are deliberately kept in the dark about it, while others are made privy to its diabolical rules and regulations.  The following is taken from a translation of The Secret Instructions from the original Latin, Chapter 14, paragraph 8:

 “If any of our Order has certain expectations of a bishopric, or other ecclesiastical preferment, let him, besides the usual vows of the Society, be obliged to make another; namely, That he will always entertain a favourable opinion, and on all occasions speak honourably of us; that he will never confess, but to one of our members, nor determine, in any affair of moment, without first consulting the judgment of the Society” (italics added).[14] 

  Jorge Bergoglio most definitely had “certain expectations of” the very highest “ecclesiastical preferment” – that of the Papacy itself.  According to the secret Jesuit instruction manual, therefore, he has sworn that before he determines anything in any “affair of moment”, he will first consult the judgment of the “Society of Jesus”, and will only act in accordance with the instruction the Society (via its general) gives him!

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