The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome

The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome

English | 2017 | ISBN: 0990954722 | 723 Pages | PDF | 32.8 MB

Revisionist historian Michael Hoffman penetrates the sub-strata of the Roman Church after it had departed from fourteen hundred years of Catholic orthodoxy and embraced institutionalized equivocation and deceit, usurious money power and diabolic occultism. Here is an unprecedented investigation of an epoch of spectacular fraud and labyrinth subterfuge unique in western history. As a result of centuries of Neoplatonic-Hermetic intrigue, Rome became the repository and cultivator of alien forces which would only fully emerge in the twentieth century.

The Establishment would have us believe that the papacy of the past is synonymous with relentless inquisition of the occult, when in truth the occult took control of the papacy and from behind a wall of artifice and disguise, persecuted mainly those occultists who set themselves up as rivals to papal power, while shielding agents of the Neoplatonic-Hermetic and Kabbalistic conspiracy within the papal fold. This book names the guilty conspirators including many pontiffs, such as Popes Alexander VI, Leo X, Clement VII, Sixtus V and others. The author demonstrates that much of what we have been told about the history of the Church since the Renaissance has been an ingeniously mounted illusion.

The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome is a chronicle of magic, mind control and the betrayal of the Christian ecclesia on the part of an operation of deception of world-historical significance.

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