You’re better at being calm and carrying on, dearest Taylor.
The leopard demon god is the violent demon god of darkness, all that is not light, diametrically opposed to the Light of the Nations. What in hell is the leopard violent demon god doing in the sanctuary of Jesus’ Sacrifice? Jesus wants to get us out of the grasp of the violent demons of hell. But, this hell… For me, if that came to my parish… well…
I can only imagine how this will soon disintegrate into direct desecration of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Oh, I forgot, it already has. Remember the Most Blessed Sacrament being inserted into the belly of the Pachamama idol as if it were a monstrance? Ain’t gonna happen in my parish on my watch.
And don’t think Pope Francis condemns this as liturgical abuse. He’s the worst offender, placing the Pachamama, the Abomination of Desolation, on the altar of Jesus’ Sacrifice, the Holy of Holies.
I’ll just say it: this is all demon worship and I’m not going to have anything to do with it. It’s all straight out of hell. I’m not going to judge these souls, or the bishops (so many at that synodality Mass), but I will say this: objectively speaking, the stuff they are doing will bring them straight to hell. It is objectively mortally sinful. But God is the judge of all that is subjective. I’m not. But, objectively speaking, it’s from hell.
To any bishops reading this: I’m a priest of Jesus Christ, not of your damn demons. I will live and die as a priest of Jesus Christ. I’m not going to preside over your damned demon worship.
This is why I also love the ad orientem worship of Christ Jesus in His Sacrifice during the Traditional Latin Mass. We’re facing Jesus together, not putting on some damn show. At Jesus’ Sacrifice on Calvary, demons are cast down to hell. But this theatrical blasphemy of synodal hell portrays the demons winning, as Jesus is no longer important. Jesus has been conquered by the demons… isn’t that the message here?
Moreover, Saint Michael the archangel, defend us in… oh, I forgot, that prayer is forbidden in some places. And you wonder why Saint Michael is forbidden?