Black Elk sets the record straight: He’s Catholic, not some pagan to be used by Catholics with an axe to grind

I was alerted to the existence of one of those, you know, merely half-converted good pagans who is Catholic and pagan at the same time. Am I wrongly bashing Pope Francis for his pushing of Pachamama and tolerating the leopard/jaguar demon and his pushing of same sex unions etc., all for the sake of synodizing, being a man of consensus?

The good pagan we’re talking about is, instead, no half-converted pagan, but rather Black Elk of the Great Sioux Nation of the first nations peoples. He died ten years before I was born and, when he wasn’t traveling, lived not all that far from where I grew up. I stomped around his stomping grounds many times indeed as a little kid and then later as a seminarian. So, the mention of Black Elk caught my interest.

Black Elk is quite old when he’s writing the account above. In fact, the circumstances of this account of his is that he’s just been given the Last Rites and Viaticum. So, this account is like his last testament. He’ll live quite a bit longer. But he calls this his “LAST WORD”. That’s significant. Let’s see how pagan he really is, or NOT.

Right up top Black Elk says:

  • “A white man made a book and told what I had spoken of olden times, but the new times he left out. So I speak again, a last word.”

In other words, the white man guy rejected what the native American guy believed later in life. That the white guy hated Catholics is obviated by that fact and by the quote from Saint Peter cited below.

An example of that kind of racism is, in my opinion, Dances with Wolves, a reading of pop-psychology into an anthropologically-speaking “pure” culture. This is using people as ideological slaves for one’s own ends. Bad, that. Black Elk didn’t like it, not one bit. He thought that this fallen-away-from-the-truth-Catholic was a dog and a pig (see the quote below).

Black Elk directs his white readers (that author specifically) to read 2 Peter 2:20-22. Here’s that passage. If you think I’m strong in my posts against Synodal demon worship, read these words from Pope Peter himself. Dogs can be a bit weird in what they eat. Pigs, however, are symbols of Satan:

  • 2 Peter 2:20 “If they have escaped the corruption of the world by knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and are again entangled in it and are overcome, they are worse off at the end than they were at the beginning. 21 It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them. 22 Of them the proverbs are true: ‘A dog returns to its vomit,’ and, ‘A sow that is washed returns to her wallowing in the mud.'”

Pope Francis and those California bishops? A bunch of dogs eating their own vomit and pigs wallowing in the mud after being washed?

To use Black Elk as a promotion of demon idol worship is… um… wrong.

But if you want me to be fair, you know, a white man speaking about white people who are dogs and pigs… it’s the white people who have wrought more genocidal murder on the unborn, just born, elderly, and also for racist reasons, not just Margaret Sanger and Hitler, but Stalin et alii. As I’ve often said, the white abortionists I’ve talked to over the years all said that they worship a different god. Pagans, all. And that’s what this is all about, all this demon idol worship. It’s to mock Christ while abortionists go to Holy Communion.

So, what happened today, 29 October 2021 over in the Holy See? No, really, tell me. Who’s the pagan?

I guarantee that Black Elk, had he been in that Church in California with the worship of the leopard demon of darkness, he would have ripped that stupid costume off that person and reprimanded the bishops and priests there. Yep.

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4 responses to “Black Elk sets the record straight: He’s Catholic, not some pagan to be used by Catholics with an axe to grind

  1. Gina Nakagawa

    Biden claimed that the Pope said that. To be fair take it from whence it comes. As to Black Elk, God granted me the privilege of knowing a wonderful priest who grew up on the reservation whose catechist was Black Elk. I once asked if Black Elk was really unhappy and ambivalent about being Roman Catholic. He told me that Black Elk was a proud Roman Catholic and not unhappy at all. He further told me that the only ones who were unhappy were the kids who had not learned their catechism. God bless Father Hal, may he rest in peace along with his catechist who is headed for
    sainthood.

  2. Dianna

    Francis told Biden, “Keep being a good Catholic and take communion” I am nauseated and angry. Biden a “good Catholic”? Pagans revered? God please help me. Where are the “good Catholics”? At this point in time, I don’t know…

    • Jura Ashley

      We need a lot more teaching and preaching about this subject from the diocesan bishops. I’m very upset with today’s occurrence.

  3. pelerin

    A beautiful Testament of Faith. I immediately went to a book I had bought a couple of weeks ago in my local second-hand book shop – Concise Encyclopedia of the American Indians – but was disappointed not to find Black Elk in there. Black Hawk and Black Hoof and the Blackfoot tribe have an entry but not Black Elk.

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