Thursday, October 11, 2012

Pope acknowledges but misses point.

"In these years, we have seen that there is discord in the vineyard of the Lord, we have seen that in the net of Peter (St Peter, the first apostle) there are bad fish, that human fragility exists even in the Church," said  Pope Benedict.                           

It is rather funny: Vatican received “Saint Paul’s Joke” three months before publication; now, four months after receiving it, it becomes obvious that nobody had the nerve to tell him what it said.

Poor Pope – he’s one of the “Bad Fish.”  He believes Jesus was Hercules, and the God of Israel is Zeus.

Granted, Hercules was the only foreign deity that Romulus allowed in Rome, but, to Jesus, Peter and Paul, Hercules symbolized the Pagans.  So, naturally, the Pagans converted Jesus into Hercules.

"Recent decades have seen the advance of a spiritual desertification," he said in his sermon of a morning Mass, opening a worldwide "Year of Faith".  But, 1600 years ago, Christians deserted the faith so that they could follow the ignorance of a rhetorician named Augustine – who they raised to Sainthood … in accordance with a Roman tradition of declaring mortals to be deities.  This is a "Year of Faith".  It is the last year of the Hindu & Mayan era, and end of the Mayan Calendar.  It is the start of the Golden Age.  But it will, according to a sainted Irish monk – whose predictions have held for 900 years – see much tribulation in Italy, and the destruction of Rome … along with the LAST POPE.   

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