Constantine and Columbus
expose is under construction
nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither
any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad"
now ye know what withholdeth that he might be revealed in his
time. For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he
who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.
And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall
consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with
the brightness of his coming" (2 Thessalonians 2:6-8).
the destroyer of the Old World.
Columbus, the destroyer of the New World.
The life of Constantine
. . . like the life of Columbus . . . was full of SECRETS!!
in praise of
Anniversary of his reign.
words of ours, however, [gracious] Sovereign, may well appear
superfluous in your ears, convinced as you are, by frequent and
personal experience, of our Saviour's Deity ; yourself also, in
actions still more than words, a herald of the truth to all mankind.
Yourself, it may be, will vouchsafe at a time of leisure to relate
to us the abundant manifestations which your Saviour has accorded
you of his presence, and the loft-repeated visions of himself
which have attended you in the hours of sleep. I
speak not of those secret suggestions which to us are unrevealed:
but of those principles which he has instilled into your own mind,
and which are fraught with general interest and benefit to the
human race. You will yourself relate in worthy terms the
visible protection which your Divine shield and guardian has extended
in the hour of battle ; the ruin of your open and secret foes
; and his ready aid in time of peril. To him you will ascribe
relief in the midst of perplexity; defence in solitude; expedients
in extremity; foreknowledge of events yet future ; your forethought
for the general weal ; your power to investigate uncertain questions
; your conduct of most important enterprises ; your administration
of civil affairs;' your military arrangements, and correction
of abuses in all departments; your ordinances respecting public
right ; and, lastly, your legislation for the common benefit of
all. You will, it may be, also detail to us those
particulars of his favor which are secret to us, but known to
you alone, and treasured in your royal memory as in secret storehouses.
Such, doubtless, are the reasons, and such the convincing proofs
of your Saviour's power, which caused you to raise that sacred
edifice which presents to all, believers and unbelievers alike,
a trophy of his victory over death, a holy temple of the holy
God : to consecrate those noble and splendid monuments of immortal
life and his heavenly kingdom : to offer memorials of our Almighty
Saviour's conquest which well become the imperial dignity of him
by whom they are bestowed. With such memorials have you adorned
that edifice which witnesses of eternal life: thus, as it were
in imperial characters, ascribing victory and triumph to the heavenly
Word of God : thus proclaiming to all nations, with clear and
unmistakable voice, in deed and word, your own devout and pious
confession of his name"(Oration of Eusebius, chapter
Eusebius wrote these words, Constantine was already Pope for 30 years.
With flattering words he eulogizes the Emperor in order to live to
a ripe old age....By this time, the Roman government had destroyed
all of the history of the Christian church . . . except for
the New Testament. Eusebius had to write in CODE in order to preserve
his words for posterity.....He knew that Constantine was a diabolical
monster from hell but he dare not say so openly. Had he done so, he,
and his writing, would be immediately committed to the flames.
In his previous writings, he used the Name of JESUS frequently. In
writing about Constantine he never once mentions JESUS . He know that
Constantine and his empire was the 10 horned, 10 toed monster of the
Book of Revelation and that right before his eyes, Satan had introduced
his mystery of iniquity into the world. He know that the real JESUS
of the Bible had absolutely no place in this evil empire so he never
once mentions that NAME in writing about Constantine.
secrets of Christopher Columbus
on this, I was moved to believe that just as most of his affairs
were directed by a secret Providence, so the variety of his name
and surname was not without its mystery. We could cite as examples
many names which a hidden cause assigned as symbols of the parts
which their bearers were to play. Just
so, the Admiral's name foretold the novel and wonderful deed he
was to perform. If we consider the common surname of his forebears,
we may say that he was truly Columbus or Dove, because he carried
the grace of the Holy Ghost to that New World which he discovered,
showing those people who knew Him not Who was God's 'beloved son,
as the Holy Ghost did in the figure of a dove when St. John baptized
Christ; and because over the waters of the ocean, like the dove
of Noah's ark, he bore the olive branch and oil of baptism, to
signify that those people who had been shut up in the ark of darkness
and confusion were to enjoy peace and union with the Church. So
the surname of Colon which he revived was a fitting one, because
in Greek it means "member," and by his proper name Christopher,
men might know that he was a member of Christ, by Whom he was
sent for the salvation of those people. And if we give his name
its Latin form, which is Christophorus Colonus, we may say that
just as St. Christopher is reported to have gotten that name because
he carried Christ over deep waters with great danger to himself,
and just as he conveyed over people whom no other could have carried,
so the Admiral Christophorus Colonus, asking Christ's aid and
protection in that perilous pass, crossed over with his company
that the Indian nations might become dwellers in the triumphant
Church of Heaven"(Admiral Christopher Columbus,
Donation of Constantine by Joseph
Spanish Pope gave the New World to Spain. He was a MONSTER of
iniquity even by the standards of his day.
there is a more astonishing fraud....During the pontificate
of Hadrian (772-795) certain documents which purported to supply
a legal basis for the Papal claim appeared for the first time,
and it is the general opinion of historians that the Pope's
officers fabricated them in order to forestall any ambition
of the Frank to conquer Italy for himself. The most important
of these documents is known as the Donation of Constantine,
and it is so blatant a forgery that not even the most desperate
apologist will break a lance in its defence. It is a quite ridiculous
claim that Constantine, when he was driven from Rome, handed
over Italy to the Papacy. Catholic writers are content to plead
that Hadrian, who must have known enough about the history of
Italy and the Papacy in the fourth century to realize how childish
this forgery was, did not submit it to Charlemagne. I have,
however, pointed out in my Crises in the History of the
Papacy that in a letter to Charlemagne four years later
in the time of the Blessed Sylvester, Bishop of Rome, the
Holy Catholic and Apostolic Roman Church was elevated and
exalted by the most pious Emperor Constantine the Great, of
holy memory, and he deigned to bestow upon it power in these
beyond question a reference to the Donation, and it assumes
that Charlemagne is acquainted with it. It is ingenuous to suggest
that a Papal Court which had by this time forged thousands of
lives of saints and martyrs, to say nothing of canons of Councils
and the letter of " the Blessed Peter," would shrink
from these more profitable fabrications; nor can any other plausible
origin of them at this period be imagined. The
Temporal Power of the Popes was based upon a lie"
(A History of the Popes by Joseph McCabe, pp. 167-168).
genocide on a vast scale to the New World!!
Las Casas's description of the New World people.
of all the infinite universe of humanity, these people are the
most guileless, the most devoid of wickedness and duplicity,
the most obedient and faithful to their native masters and to
the Spanish Christians whom they serve. They are by nature the
most humble, patient, and peaceable, holding no grudges, free
from embroilments, neither excitable nor quarrelsome. These
people are the most devoid of rancors, hatreds, or desire for
vengeance of any people in the world. And because they are so
weak and complaisant, they are less able to endure heavy labor
and soon die of no matter what malady. The sons of nobles among
us, brought up in the enjoyments of life's refinements, are
no more delicate than are these Indians, even those among them
who are of the lowest rank of laborers. They are also poor people,
for they not only possess little but have no desire to possess
worldly goods. For this reason they are not arrogant, embittered,
or greedy. Their repasts are such that the food of the holy
fathers in the desert can scarcely be more parsimonious, scanty,
and poor. As to their dress, they are generally naked, with
only their pudenda covered somewhat. And when they cover their
shoulders it is with a square cloth no more than two varas in
size. They have no beds, but sleep on a kind of matting or else
in a kind of suspended net called hamacas. They are
very clean in their persons, with alert, intelligent minds,
docile and open to doctrine, very apt to receive our holy Catholic
faith, to be endowed with virtuous customs, and to behave in
a godly fashion. And once they begin to hear the tidings of
the Faith, they are so insistent on knowing more and on taking
the sacraments of the Church and on observing the divine cult
that, truly, the missionaries who are here need to be endowed
by God with great patience in order to cope with such eagerness.
Some of the secular Spaniards who have been here for many years
say that the goodness of the Indians is undeniable and that
if this gifted people could be brought to know the one true
God they would be the most fortunate people in the world "(The
Devastation of the Indies, pp.38-39).
Casas's description of the genocide of the New World people.
de las Casas
into this sheepfold, into this land of meek outcasts there came
some Spaniards who immediately behaved like ravening wild beasts,
wolves, tigers, or lions that had been starved for many days.
And Spaniards have behaved in no other way during the past forty
years, down to the present time, for they are still acting like
ravening beasts, killing, terrorizing, afflicting, torturing,
and destroying the native peoples, doing all this with the strangest
and most varied new methods of cruelty, never seen or heard
of before, and to such a degree that this Island of Hispaniola,
once so populous (having a population that I estimated to be
more than three millions), has now a population of barely two
(The Devastation of the Indies, p. 39).
truth, I believe that without trying to deceive myself that
the number of the slain is more than fifteen million" (The
Devastation of the Indies, p. 41).
right........over 15 million New World people killed in 40 years by
the Spanish Inquisition and that is a conservative estimate!!
Casas, Bartolomé de las, The Devastation of the Indies:
A Brief Account, Translated from the Spanish by Herma Briffault,
The Seabury Press, New York, 1974.
Ferdinand, The Life of the Admiral Christopher Columbus,
Translated by Benjamin Keen, Rutgers University Press, 1992.
Joseph, A History of the Popes, Watts & Co., London,
Philip (Editor), Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers of the Christian
Church, Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1976.
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