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Monday, July 27, 2015

The Occult Church of Rome - Notes

Notes on the Occult Renaissance Church of Rome

Michael Hoffman’s long-awaited, controversial history book, The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome is still a work in progress, consisting of three sections: 1. Occult Philosophy and Judaism. 2. Lying and Equivocation 3. Usury (the smallest section, since the author has an entire volume on this subject already in print). The usury section will include new information on the usury banks of the Church of Rome and partnerships with the Money Power. The audio CDs we are offering consist of an overview of only the first section, “Occult Philosophy and Judaism.”  

In this talk, Hoffman discusses the Romanists’ mystagogue—Hermes Trismegistus—as well as Marsilio Ficino, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Johannes Reuchlin and other leading agents of the Neoplatonic-Hermetic conspiracy inside the Renaissance Church of Rome. In this lecture he names guilty theologians, bishops and popes responsible for the subversion of Christ’s Church and tracks the establishment of the founding ideology of the secret societies alleged to be inimical to the Church of Rome

While these CDs are not a substitute for the forthcoming book, this talk by Hoffman reveals for the first time the focus of his research and the direct challenge it poses to practically everything you thought you knew about “Catholicism” since the Renaissance.  

Masonic popery

The illustration above displays the square and compass symbol which would become the emblem of the occult Brotherhood of Freemasons. Above it is a portrait of Domenico Fontana, Pope Sixtus V’s architect and engineer who, in 1586, erected by order of the pope, the Egyptian obelisk, a symbol of the secret Hermetic “wisdom tradition” which had captured the papacy and which was installed—and remains today—the triumphant, dominant symbol in St. Peter’s Square

Two Audio CDs recorded in digital stereo. 84 minutes total. Order here


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