Powerful forces have maintained the fiction that Malachi Martin left the Jesuit Order voluntarily or on principle. In fact, this prominent church critic was forced to leave the priesthood because he was a scoundrel and a philanderer.
By 1962, he had alienated the affections of at least four housewives and then dropped them.
When one spurned woman asked Martin’s brother in Dublin where Malachi was, she was told:
“Dear girl. I don’t know. I must tell you, you are the fourth woman who has come here asking me the same question about Malachi. All of them have essentially the same story to tell. That they were in love with Malachi and thought Malachi was in love with them.”
“Four woman?” she demanded. “The same story?”
He nodded, and said, “And one rather attractive young man.”
This account can be found in Robert Kaiser’s book, “Clerical Error” (2002). The woman was his wife. (pp.284-285)
Kaiser was the TIME magazine correspondent in Rome in the early 1960’s.
Martin was a source who became a close family friend. Martin didn’t just break up Kaiser’s family. (Kaiser and his wife Mary had two young children.) It was much darker. To allay suspicions, Martin mobilized a network of influential contacts to smear Kaiser and have him committed as a paranoid schizophrenic.
Martin’s books exposed satanic practices in the Catholic church, and the Pope’s role in the New World Order. While pretending to be against world government and the decline of traditional faith and practice, Martin went a long way to discrediting the church. His many books were published by Illuminati mind controller Simon and Schuster, which was a sign that something was fishy.
Kaiser’s book, on the other hand, is published by Continuum which bills itself as “unconstrained by the interests of any global media group or academic institution, and based in London and New York.”
In it, Kaiser recalls that Martin started hanging out with two officials of the New York-based American Jewish Committee and flashing $100 bills. The Jews were particularly concerned that the 1962 Second Vatican Council pass “the Jewish Schema” which absolved Jews of blame for Christ’s Crucifixion and by implication accept guilt for 2000 years of anti-Semitism.
This is a typical example of how Illuminati mind controllers invert good and evil. The Crucifixion of Christ was part of an ancient conspiracy against God and man reaching fruition with the New World Order.
“Martin was their lobbyist.” Kaiser wrote. “These Jews were using him and paying him well for his help. (190)
Martin was the secretary to Cardinal Augustin Bea who spearheaded the Schema and a general liberalization of church dogma and practice. According to an article in Wikipedia, Martin passed confidential documents to the American Jewish Committee, which is a front for Illuminati bankers. He also wrote under pseudonyms many inflammatory articles for Illuminati magazines like Harper’s describing the foot dragging of Vatican conservatives.
Martin had a reputation as a liar. Mark Owen cites psychiatrist M. Scott Peck’s book “Glimpses of the Devil” about possession and exorcism. According to Peck, Martin, although a formidable scholar and polyglot (17 languages), could by turns be a “pathological liar” and a “leprechaun.”
In an email, Owen told me that Peck said that in his book “Hostages to the Devil” Martin claimed he performed exorcisms that were actually performed by Peck.
Bob Kaiser’s book, Clerical Error is also about attaining maturity. Kaiser spent 10 years as a Jesuit himself. He makes the point that immaturity is really a function of having “idols and “taking guidance from “authorities” like the Jesuits or “experts.”
Kaiser was fooled by Martin’s collar and couldn’t see what was happening in his own home. Then instead of taking action, he sought help from the Jesuit Order, who generally prevaricated. His so-called friends didn’t alert him.
Kaiser learned that maturity is not so much gaining wisdom as confidence in one’s own judgment, trusting oneself no matter one’s limitations.
“Thou shalt have no other gods before me” is really an order from God to all of us: to take charge of ourselves, think our own thoughts, and feel our own feelings. I other words, to grow up.” (262)
For a lot of us, maturity has been realizing that no one knows very much, and there are a lot of unscrupulous, stupid and evil people in the world.
One of these was Malachi Martin. Just a month ago I posted an article about his claims of a “satanic enthronement in the Vatican.” I had always regarded him as a good guy although I wondered about his Jewish publisher.
Now, I would avoid his work, because I regard him as a classic example of the Illuminati phoney opposition. Martin pretended to oppose the dismantling of the Catholic Church while secretly advancing it. His personal behavior revealed where his true loyalties lay.
Thanks to Mark Owen for referring me to Clerical Error