Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Wlodimir (Vladimir) Ledochowski's Plausible Childhood Inspiration

Pope Pius IX (May 13, 1792February 7, 1878),
born Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti,
Pope, elected June 16, 1846, served 31+ years until his death in 1878.

This was the Pope that declared that whoever was Pope was infallible.

On January 18th, 1874 -- thus on the anniversary of the founding of the German Reich -- he declared at an assembly of international pilgrims that Bismarck was the serpent in the paradise of mankind. This serpent seduced Germans into wishing to be more than god himself. Such an overextension of the human self would be followed by a humiliation such as no people had ever before tasted!

Only the Eternal one knew whether or not the grain of sand on the mountains of eternal retribution had already been released.

This retribution was growing to avalanche proportions and it would rush in a few years at the clay feet of this Reich and transform it into ruins. This Reich, which, like the tower of Babel, had been erected in defiance of god, would pass away to the glory of god.

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1 comment:

avles said...

".....Bismarck was the serpent in the paradise of mankind. This serpent seduced Germans into wishing to be more than god himself. .......".

This declaration is of January, 18th, and the arrest of count Mieczyslaw Ledochowski of the sequent 3rd February. I believe that the Jesuits played the card of the provocation on Bismarck's psychology and in general on the Protestant's psychology, I believe that in this broader description of events, involving also Pious IX, there are perceivable the traces of a strategy of provocation using Catholics between Protestants: