September 21, 2020


Is this the abomination of desolation? Or is there more Papa? Mt24:15; Mk13:134; (Dan9:27; 11:31; 12:11)

Eccl 15:13“The Lord hates all abomination of error, and they that fear him shall not love it.


For the purpose of driving out any diabolic influence within the Church, gained as a result of recent events.” “But this kind is not cast out but by prayer and fasting. “Matthew17:20

Four ( now 6) anonymous Exorcists are calling for a Day of REPARATION – FASTING, PENANCE AND PRAYER for damages done due to PachaMama incident.

Words of St. Paul (1 Corinthians 10:20), “Do I say, that what is offered in sacrifice to idols, is anything? Or, that the idol is anything? But the things which the heathens sacrifice, they sacrifice to devils, and not to God. And I would not that you should be made partakers with devils.”

The Psalms (95:5) “all the gods of the Gentiles are devils: but the Lord made the heavens.” These events bring home the reality that (Ephesians 6:12) “our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and power, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places.”

The exorcists, requesting anonymity sensitivity of their ministries, cited the controversy; during the recent Pan-Amazon Synod! When statues of Pachamama, a goddess worshiped the Shaman’s of the Andes, were incorporated into various synod events, because they were thrown into the Tiber River.

Catholics are called to pray the Rosary for prayers to the Sacred Heart, as well as “some form of penance, such as fasting, abstinence and other forms of mortification”

These events are an urgent reminder: we are in spiritual warfare,” they said in their statement, “and that warfare is happening with the Church itself.” ( see the Entire Nov 11 article here :


Pope calls statues ‘Pachamamas’ and apologizes for their removal from church

(LIFESITE – John-Henry Weston article found here: (

He also said the statues have been displayed without intending to be idolatrous.

The story was first broken by I.MEDIA in France,whose reporter was present in the meeting hall of the synod this afternoon and overheard the pope’s remarks.  National Catholic Reporter’s Josh McElwee confirmed the report with a tweeted video where the pope’s voice can be heard but not clearly. He cites NCR’s Brian Roewe for recording it.

McElwee tweeted: “It’s very hard to make out fully what Pope Francis said about the throwing of indigenous statues in the Tiber, but the pope clearly said to the #AmazonSynod bishops: ‘As bishop of the diocese [of Rome], I ask forgiveness.’”

José Sierra, the head of the Pontifical Mission Works in Canada, added: “The Pope seems to have said that the statues were found in the river and this (situation) has caused him so much turmoil in his soul (“ci hanno creato tanto clamore nella mia alma”).”

The statues first caused scandal when they were seen in the controversial Vatican garden ceremony on October 4 just prior to the official launch of the Amazonian Synod. The statues were the center of a display of Amazon artifacts around which a group including a Franciscan friar prostrated themselves – kneeling and with faces to the ground – in an obvious act of worship.

Today the Vatican media chief falsely claimed there was no prostration. ???? [15] “The pillar and ground of the truth”: Therefore the church of the living God can never uphold error, nor bring in corruptions, superstition, or idolatry.

Moreover, at another event, the statues were processed into St. Peter’s Basilica where the Pope and curial cardinals offered prayers in a circle around the strange objects. They were also processed on a boat in the Synod Hall, and one of the statues remains there directly in front of the Pope’s place on the dias such that all the Synod Fathers look at it during the Synod proceedings.

An additional number of the statues were brought to the church of Santa Maria in Transpontina just steps from the Vatican. That church has been transformed into an exhibit hall of sorts for Amazon-themed displays.

It was from that Church that at least three of the Pachamama statues were taken early Monday morning and dumped into the Tiber river under the Castel Sant Angelo.  The act has been hailed as heroic by some comparing it to Christ’s ousting the money changers out of the temple.

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