Hoffman – Vatican a Cabalist Front Since Renaissance

Michael Hoffman – henrymakow.com August 30, 2012

With regard to the rivalry of competing elites, it is true that in general, the Vatican, from the 16th century onward, served Talmudic-Kabbalistic Judaism in a manner radically different from that of the British Crown.
But to mistake tactical differences and smokescreen rhetoric for a genuine war between an anti-Judaic Vatican Catholicism and a pro-Judaic British Crown, is an enormous blunder.
From the Renaissance onward, the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy had been infiltrated by Talmudic/Kabbalistic forces, even though, on occasion, individual popes, cardinals, bishops, saints and laymen attempted to reverse the trend, without success.
One of these, the Dominican Savonarola, was hanged and burned for his trouble. While it is true that Giordano Bruno was also immolated, Bruno was killed for the same reasons that the Cryptocracy did away with Mormon founder Joseph Smith, not because the cartel disagreed with his masonic philosophy, but due to his overweening ambition, whereby he was becoming a threat to their leadership. Observe too that Bruno’s cult is very strong today, while Savonarola’s memory is shrouded in ignominy.
In October of this year my pamphlet on this and cognate subjects will be published: Renaissance Roman Catholicism: Three Points of Departure From Magisterial Dogma. My thesis is that, far from being a break from elite Roman Catholicism since the sixteenth century, the Judaic policy of the ‘Vatican II Church’ as it emerged publicly after 400 hundred years, is the fulfillment and culmination of the centuries-old crypto-Kabbalism and Talmudism of the Roman Catholic hierarchy.
This is the solution to the riddle of the resistance of the popes from Paul VI onward, to naive – though sincere and often heroic – traditional Catholic calls to the recent occupants of the papacy, to be ‘loyal to the Church of all Time,’ and ‘repudiate Vatican II,’ and ‘return the Church to as she was before the 1960s.’

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