Catechizer Pigs of Rome

A couple of things to note about this short video:

  • In the Sacred Scriptures, these beasts are the symbol of demons.
  • Herds of pigs are called “sounders” because, if you’ve ever heard any pig scream, ever, well, you know why. It’s surely like the human scream emitted when that person is dropping into hell for all eternity. “Sounders…”
  • The word “catechesis” is from Greek, and speaks about instruction “being sounded down unto…”, an example of which we see an example in Luke 1:4 – ἵνα ἐπιγνῷς περὶ ὧν κατηχήθης λόγων τὴν ἀσφάλειαν.
  • As we’ve learned since the mid-1960s, catechesis can, depending on the teacher, be good, as with the Gospel of Luke, or evil, as with, well…

There’s an analogy somewhere to be found with the video above and the kind of instruction being sounded down from certain individuals in the Vatican, I dare say in the Holy See. I, for one, do not receive my instruction about all things good and holy from pigs, from demons, from those who…

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3 responses to “Catechizer Pigs of Rome

  1. Aussie Mum

    Pachamama and Moloch entered Rome in October 2019. The plague of Covid-19 followed, Italy’s experience of it beginning in Rome (documented January 2020). Now wild pigs are roaming through Rome. This progression makes sense but few are taking note.

  2. Joisy Goil

    I must clarify –
    I meant to say that FEW are waking up to the reality of our times
    and that an exorcist should lead the WILD BOARS off a cliff into the sea.

  3. Joisy Goil

    The symbolism is so great – even a blind man could see it.
    It is amazing how many signs, or messages (hints) we have received and still are waking up to the reality of our times.

    Perhaps an exorcist should lead them off a cliff into the sea.

    In the future, will these times will they be referred to as “BC” (before Covid-19)? The symbolism is so startling.

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