Diocesan Pachamama-idolaters blaspheme & tell Jesus’ Little Flock to F***-off

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – The Prayer to Pachamama posted by Caritas Venado Tuerto – Walter Sanchez Silva/CNA – August 6, 2021

The Diocese of Venado Tuerto’s Caritas branch apologized Tuesday for having posted on its social media a prayer to Pachamama, an Andean deity. [But they didn’t apologize. They just told Christ’s faithful to F-off, as we will see.]

“The pachamama is a symbol of fertility, of the earth and the sacredness of life. It is a myth full of spiritual meaning (that) can be used to advantage,” said the now-deleted Aug. 1 post. “Some religious festivals have a sacred meaning and are occasions for gathering and fraternity. These are the new paths for the Church and for the achievement of an integral ecology. Holy Father Francis [Descriptive instead of titular. Sycophantic.]. #somoscaritasarag #caritasvt #equipomagrevenadotueto,” the post said. The prayer read:

  • “Hail Pachamama, sweet source of our life, may you be forever venerated. [The demon-idol is praised as the Almighty Creator of Life. In their blasphemy of using the Scriptural greeting of Saint Gabriel to the Immaculate Virgin Mary (Luke 1:28) as traditionally translated in Spanish as “Dios to Salve” (“God redeems you”, the blasphemers are obviously trying to replace Mary as Mother of God with Pachamama “Mother Earth”, saying that some amorphous “god” of the broader inanimate universe has brought the demon to be life giving. Hell…] Blessed are the fruits of your womb [because everyone alive brought forth by Pachamama is a god], our daily bread [and in a time of almost no one believing that the Most Blessed Sacrament is the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus, every demon-child of Pachamama is held to be the Eucharist themselves], may you be blessed now and forever [But don’t think that looks to heaven in future. No, no. There is just the nihilism of death. Mind you, living children are buried alive in Sacrifice to the demon Pachamama in honor of this darkness, you know, as a way to bribe, placate the death mongering demon]. Look with compassion, Holy Mother, upon the human pack that destroys you out of ambition. [That refers to people getting food…] Blessed be your clemency Pachamama [a death mongering demon is clement?]. My land preyed upon by madness. You are the source of life and joy. Pachamama, holy land, Holy Mother, Virgin Mary.” [You know, really, truly, I’m starting to understand the Spanish Inquisition of the past. I’ll tell you this as an absolute certainty, Jesus, Divine Son of the Immaculate Conception is not joyful about this, and He will come to judge the living and the dead and these freak idolaters with the fire of truth and holiness.]

[…] The posting of the prayer drew massive pushback on social media, leading to its deletion. Cáritas Venado Tuerto posted Aug. 3 on Facebook:

  • “We want to apologize to those who felt offended by our post about Pachamama [In other words, they are not apologizing. They are simple telling everyone that they are stupid, so stupid, in fact, that they got offended. And that, for the blaspheming idolaters of demon Pachamama is really stupid. This is a non-apology apology. Just. Wow.], the intention was to communicate our communion with Francis who in the Apostolic Exhortation Querida Amazonia says to us: ‘It is possible to take up an indigenous symbol in some way, without necessarily considering it as idolatry. A myth charged with spiritual meaning can be used to advantage and not always considered a pagan error. Some religious festivals have a sacred meaning and are occasions for gathering and fraternity, albeit in need of a gradual process of purification or maturation. A missionary of souls will try to discover the legitimate needs and concerns that seek an outlet in at times imperfect, partial or mistaken religious expressions …’ (79). ‘Such a spirituality will certainly be centered on the one God and Lord, while at the same time in contact with the daily needs of people who strive for a dignified life…’ (80)” [This is the rationalization of an antichrist, who rejects our Lord and His Blessed Mother, accompanying idol worship of demon Pachamama: ///sarcasm on /// “No! We said it’s not necessarily idol worship! So we can go ahead and bury children alive in honor of Pachamama so as to accompany demons and their idolaters, you know, until they, you know, like, go to hell and stuff like that there, so, like, it’s all good and stuff.” /// sarcasm off /// Francis has taken the demon idol Pachamama and has caused this Abomination of Desolation to be enthroned where it must not be by divine mandate. Just because Francis says Pachamama worship is not Pachamama worship does not mean he is telling the truth.] […]

Here’s the deal: God created all to unite all of creation in the Second Person of the Most Holy Trinity, now Incarnate, Christ Jesus. He came among us by way of His Immaculate Virgin Mother as overshadowed by the power of the Holy Spirit. He created creation in such manner that she, His Mother, could have all that is necessary for her to be a good mother to Him and to all of us. I try to express this in simple ways on this blog, such as with a years long series of posts called “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception”, flowers created by her Son that we might have the joy of giving those demonstrations of thankfulness of love to her, and she might have the joy of receiving them, and Jesus might have the joy of seeing her joy.

Giving a flower to Mary by way of her Divine Son Jesus is much better than worshipping the death demon idol Pachamama, causing the living symbol of that demon (red flower) to be enthroned as the Abomination of Desolation where it must not be by divine mandate.

Meanwhile, Pope Francis says that the lex orandi, the law of praying, which gives rise to the lex credendi, the law of believing is invalid, reducing the law of praying (Jesus offering Himself in Sacrifice for us – the Innocent for the guilty – in obedience to the Father, so as to have the right in His own justice to have mercy on us)… reducing the law of praying to being a mere rite, dissing that rite, thus dissing our assent to the faith in that very sacrifice. In doing this for one rite he does it for all rites, including the Novus Ordo, the New Order of Mass. Thus, he wipes away all faith from Adam until now, so that he is free in his own mind to create a new faith. Don’t think that the choice of the demon-death-idol-Pachamama, to whom people are sacrificed, is just a mistake. An oversight. No. We live in dangerous times.

Immaculate Virgin Mary (not Pachamama!) pray for us now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

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5 responses to “Diocesan Pachamama-idolaters blaspheme & tell Jesus’ Little Flock to F***-off

  1. sanfelipe007

    Amen. By their fruits you shall know them.

  2. Liz

    It’s just awful. I hope many traditional communities are doing the consecration to Our Lady next Sunday.

  3. Catherine

    When the original Pachamama events occurred back in October 2019 in the Vatican gardens, I was stupefied and had trouble believing it was true. However, upon doing a search, I came across a National Geographic documentary which actually showed a newborn infant being buried alive by a trio of pagan shamans. If you could have seen the expression on their faces, and the horrible look in their eyes, there was no question but that yes, this was for real and was not a reenactment.
    When this latest sacrilege occurred, I searched for this video documentary again, but it has apparently long since been taken down.
    Personally, I feel almost compelled when making my morning offering to offer in the spirit of reparation for a multitude of modern-day sacrileges and blasphemies, chief among them the massive ongoing apostasy from worshiping and adoring the Triune God in spirit and in truth, and in the manner in which God has indicated He wants to be worshiped and adored, and also in reparation for this Pachamama ongoing sequence of horrible events.

  4. Your series of posts called “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception” were what started me following this blog, or actually this blog under its previous title. I liked that series along with the stories of the mountaintop hermitage along with the words and pictures of the various flora and and fauna that surrounded it. I thought it a good blend of nature and religion. To me this Pachamama saga is troublesome. It is a blend of half truths only intended to confuse people and break them down.

  5. Aussie Mum

    “He created creation in such manner that she, His Mother, could have all that is necessary for her to be a good mother to Him and to all of us.”
    Yes, Mother Mary protects us against gruesome counterfeits such as Pachamama; that is, if we get to know her and her divine Son, loving them and never wanting to lose them. The problem today is that fewer people get to know and love Jesus and Mary because Salvation History has been almost wiped from sight.
    If I remember rightly, Father Robert J Fox referred to Our Lady as a catechist at Fatima … or was it Father Hardon? My memory isn’t what it was. Regardless, whoever said it was right. She – our Immaculate Mother – came to Fatima to turn the tide.

    When I first heard of Pachamama I briefly wondered at the sacrifice of children to her not disgusting her modern adherents, expecting them to run from rather than to her, but then I remembered the current abortion rate: 40 million to 50 million babies killed each year (a WHO statistic). Modern man has “progressed” backwards, fleeing Christ to once again become inured to the culture of death.

    Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary or to the vicious heart of Pachama, that’s the choice being placed before us by Pope Francis. That it has come to this!
    Is it more than coincidence, I wonder, that Traditionis custodes was promulgated on July 16th, Feast of Our Lady of Mt Carmel. Wearing her Brown Scapular – allowing ourselves to be clothed by our Blessed Mother in her habit – is a sign of our consecration to her Immaculate Heart, guarding us against the wiles of Pachamama and her ilk. No wonder Our Lady proffered it again at Fatima (Oct 13th).
    Following is the link to a related video. It also contains scenes of Mt Carmel and one can hear the choir, recalling to mind Father’s videos of the Stations of the Cross no longer accessible. I thought some here might enjoy it as well.https://youtu.be/hGoOna9VNjE

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