Would The Vatican Lie To Turn
A Liar Into A Saint?
By James Donahue
Almost since the day of his death, supporters of the late
Pope John Paul II have been trying to find a way to get him declared a saint. Now it appears that they have succeeded. The
late pope is about to be beautified into sainthood.
Canonization to the Roman Catholics is no small thing. Under
the rules, there must be a five-year wait following the death, a delegation of bishops and other high church officials must
establish that this individual was a model of holiness, it must be proven that a miracle occurred after the death of the candidate
because someone prayed to that person for help, and it must be verified that a second miracle occurred because this person
The story is that a French nun has been healed of Parkinson's
Disease, the same affliction that took the life of John Paul II, after she prayed to the pope following his death. Is this
a manufactured story? Indeed, a Guardian story in March, 2010, said doctors reported that the nun fell ill again after reporting
a miraculous recovery. There was an effort to write it off as another neurological issue and not Parkinson's Disease that
now afflicts this woman. So was she really healed?
The false beautification of this pope may be a sacrilege,
even for the Catholics. Pope John Paul II was an earth criminal. He promoted the overpopulation of our already overcrowded
and dying planet; he opposed the use of contraception during sex and declared abortion a sin. During his reign the Catholic
Church was rocked by reports of pedophilia among priests, mostly with altar boys working in churches, and he did little
to curb it.
As popular as this pope was, he was no saint. He just traveled
the world more than any preceding pope, lasted longer than most of the other popes, and consequently was better known by more
of his followers.
To the Catholics, the pope is something similar to an extension
of God, or another Jesus figure representing the father God on Earth. His word is law within the church. And popes
have had a way of coming up with strange new rules for living over the years. The “no meat on Friday” was an old
pope-contrived rule dreamed up by Nicholas I back in the year 867. But it was removed by Pope John Paul II in 1966. Could
he do that? He did it.
To this day, however, many Catholics continue to choose
fish for their Friday feast, rather than consume the evil meat. We personally believe that red meat is a poor choice
on any day. The murder of innocent creatures of the Earth for unnecessary food seems wrong. But that has nothing to do
with this story.
We believe the late Pope John Paul II also was a liar. He
had access to the Third Secret of Fatima which was on lock-down by the church since the three children were visited by
the angelic figure at Fatima, Portugal in 1917. They thought it was the Virgin Mary.
The first two secrets, involving wars and other events in
the world, were made public early. But the third secret was sealed by the Vatican. Pope John Paul II decided, shortly
before the death of the final child, Sister Lucia, that he would reveal the Third Secret. At least this is what he told the
world. But can we ever be sure.
We propose that the Third Secret of Fatima is an end-times
prophecy and/or it may include information that would compromise the church. Could the angelic figure have warned the children
about the beast living under the Vatican? This was a secret that the church and all the kings and rulers of the Earth did
not want revealed. It would explain why the secret has remained locked away in a vault for all these years.
Pope John Paul II said the prophecy, which was delivered
as a warning to mankind, involved the assassination attempt on his own life in 1983. He was struck by three bullets while
riding through crowds in St. Peter’s Square.
Something about the pope’s story doesn’t add
up. At the time the angelic figure appeared to the children at Fatima, the three messages were intended to be given as important
warnings to the world about future events. Because the children were illiterate and from a rural Catholic home, they brought
the messages straight into the grip of the church.
If this third secret involved the attempted assassination
of a pope, why did the church feel it was so important to keep it a secret for so many years? That it was made public after
the event makes the prophecy even more questionable.
The visions received by the children at Fatima were so dramatic
that at first all of them were sworn to secrecy by the church. Certainly the shooting of a pope in a public event is a terrible
thing, but it was not the end of the world, or the end of the church. The pope survived the shooting and reigned for many
years afterward. We believe the secret was something else; something that the church never wanted anybody to know about.
For all of these reasons, Pope John Paul II should not be
a candidate for sainthood. Catholics make statues of saints and pray to them. They think of them as gods. That Pope John Paul
II left this world totally unprepared for his passage into the next realm, makes the concept of sainthood for him even more