Sunday, December 27, 2009

The Keys of This Blood, by Malachi Martin

Fred's ready for winter fun now!

I received a copy of this book from one of my readers for Christmas:

The Keys of This Blood: The Struggle for World Dominion between Pope John Paul II, Mikhail Gorbachev, and the Capitalist West
, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1990, ISBN 0671691740
by Malachi Martin, a former Jesuit Priest who left the Vatican to become a writer in NYC.

I'm learning a lot about Roman Catholic traditions and beliefs from this book. I didn't know anything about the Keys to Christ's Church coming from Simon Peter and being passed down 265 times and all that. In the past couple years I've been learning a bit here and there from my Catholic neighbors, they still act like they believe in Christ even though they left their church over the 501 tax exempt status issue, they couldn't go along with the way that changed sacred marriage vows into something other than what they believe in. We've had more than one all night conversation and it's really helped me. I'm one of those former Lutherans who barely understand the church I was baptized in, let alone anybody elses. About all I remembered was Catholic church adornments and rituals were somehow an affront to God. Religion played no role in the choices I made in my early adult life, and I married a former alter boy in 1988. I had no problem pre-agreeing and promising a Priest to allow our blood children to be raised Catholic.

At first my husbands' Irish Catholic family automatically assumed I would convert, and I did consider it, right up until I realized my future husband had no belief in anything Christlike that I could recognize. When we divorced 4 years later, I put a serious blot on their family records (and they have never forgiven me for it). I allowed him to raise our son, but only if he promised to provide him with a good education. My Marine was in a private Catholic school for 12 years.

So the point is, I have a personal interest in understanding the Catholic church as well as an ACL interest. I always assumed it was good at it's core because I wanted to believe that. Now I'd like to know what my son believes in without exposing the role it plays in the new world order, but that's beyond impossible. A big part of me avoided this piece because I already saw the huge role the Pope played in introducing the world to communitarianism. It was a Jesuit Priest whose words validated our ACL thesis, and I just did not want to insult my son's faith. I never wanted to insult anyone's faith, but especially not the spiritual or religious beliefs of my children.

This book is a real eye opener. I'm about 200 pages into it and wishing I'd have grabbed a pen and marked off all the places where Martin explains away the dialectical tensions between what Pope John Paul called the Capitalist West and the Soviet East. He even spends a couple pages teaching us about Hegel and how the dialectic worked to establish Marxist communism. (It's the first time I've read anything about Marx's involvement with the Satanic church so that was news to me.) But, so far anyway, Martin has not once explained that the "tension" between the US and USSR was also a dialectical drama. He does not call the Pope's amazing grasp of the global need for a spiritual synthesis between capitalism and communism anything but God inspired wisdom that only the Pope could possibly understand. He describes Gorbachev's arrival on the scene as practically divine intervention in worldy affairs, and curiously leaves out any of the British or Israeli contributions to the emerging supranational authority he otherwise describes in detail. How is it possible that a Priest-writer-Vatican insider did not know that communitarianism is the synthesis between capitalism and communism, when Pope John Paul himself explained it?

And in discussing this, how is it possible to leave out Israleli IDF Amitai Etzioni's Kabbalistic sociological theory of communitarianism? It was published at the exact same time the Pope published it, and Etzioni's Talmudic version agrees with the Pope's Catholic NT version 100%.
"Pope John Paul's great vision of communitarianism and a New Global Order has yet to receive the recognition it deserves in furthering the understanding that humanity is built on religious values, without which transformations in totalitarian regimes would have been impossible. The essence of communitarianism, as put forth by the Vatican, consists of seeking middle ground between Marxist collectivism and rigid individualism and capitalism. Phillips traces the history of communitarianism through Aristotelian and Judeo-Christian writings, clarifying the proper function of the community in helping individuals help themselves by mobilizing church resources and countering anti-religious movements such as Nazism and communism. Communitarianism presents an encouraging universal notion of freedom, transcending the one-sided stances of Marxism and libertarian capitalism and promoting the vision of a unified human destiny." Communitarianism, the Vatican, and the New Global Order by Robert L. Phillips, Carnegie {Added to our Dialectic research Oct 6, 2005},
(I got several comments last month when I posted this quote here, and more than one chastized me for using the term Judeo-Christian in my title. I was repeating its use from the above passage, which apparently none of those commentors read.)

Martin spends a lot of time on Gorbachev, the USSR, and Soviet beliefs too, but again, no mention at all of Amitai Etzioni's collaboration with Gorbachev to set forth many details of the new world order, including the Catholic Church's exact same economic theory of communitarianism. According to Martin, the Pope somehow knew there would be a new world government structure introduced in 1992. That it did happen in 1992 (LA21) should be at least some indication that the name for the final, more enlightened synthesis between East and West existed before Pope John Paul, Gorbachev, and Bush all declared simultaneously that there was an immediate need for a new communitarian world order. Of course the fact that they called it that is rarely mentioned, and true to form, I see no references to communitarianism anywhere in this book, but maybe it's buried somewhere. I'll read the whole book just to find out. :)

I'll write more later about Martin's book after I finish it, because there are some freaky similarities to the stuff I've been reading on our local community league websites. The word enlightenment is used by all of them. He lays out how the church was undergoing a huge inside rebellion in the heirarchy and how the Pope wouldn't stop it. Martin has also written of how the church was infiltrated by Satanists ( I'm extremely curious to learn where he's leading me with The Keys to This Blood.

Maybe it was just because I was reading it on Christmas, but the story of the Pope going to Poland made me cry. It made me cry all that much harder as the realization of what he was actually doing there sunk in. I found myself wishing the Pope was an authenic representative of Christ on earth... that there was somebody like that who wasn't part and parcel connected to the whole scam against humanity. The need for a "Savior of mankind" is so much a part of what I believed in as a youth that it still lives deep in my heart. The thought of all those Poles and slavs in the Eastern bloc being tricked was like a knife in my chest. How is it possible I still grieve?


Anonymous said...


You grieve because you have a Heart in your chest.

Love, Pete

Anonymous said...

I assume evil has always existed in the Catholic church. History books contain information about wicked behavior of Popes.

Anonymous said...

Niki and All,

Enlightenment is a term that is of the Middle Pillar, the Middle Way.

Dialectic is a term that refers to the existence of a Left Pillar and a Right Pillar.

Pillar is a word that is a cousin to Polar and Polar is the basis of the word Politics.


Lark said...

Niki, the bastardization and never-ending conflicts... over dogma and "Christian" doctrine... over changeable church "values"... extends back to Jesus' fate at Calvary... as you probably have already surmised.

Have you read anywhere that Martin Luther [himself] was supposedly influenced by the Rosicrucians? Or that many of the largest prominent Protestant denominations had been financed early on by Jewish Dutch bankers? Or that the pesky English Calvinists, founded by a "reform-minded Catholic" (the "anglicized" French Christian Jew, John Calvin) were viewed as Oliver Cromwell's backers... then progenitors of the first British Puritans... even later of those famously American Pilgrims... who as luck would have it... landed their ship, The Mayflower, near Plymouth Rock. And yes... just as well... the Presbyterian Church... that the "well-funded evangelical"... and wholly fundamentalist "Christian" ("A new world order is coming into view...")... Bush crime family... claimed to belong? But who now, not unlike the Brit traitor Tony Blair, is considering converting over to Roman Catholicism?

As for the Catholic Church... it was that [in]glorious Holy Roman Emperor Constantine (Wasn't he, in fact, a Jew too?), who was seated on [a "fishy thing" indeed] the new papal throne... of Byzantium - which, of course caused it to have to be renamed... Constantinople.

Skipping ahead to 1958... and one learns... it was "secret society" intrigue once again... inspired by a tight-lipped cabal... of scared European Catholics... crypto- and converso-Jews... along with a few Jesuits, freemasons, mafiosi, and Communist strongmen... that really smoothed the way for... "the pope in red."

That incident - not well known at all but by the very few inside the Church... and nearly not at all on its outside - reminds us that this same type of incident has occurred off-and-on... throughout all of recorded world history... with oftentimes... only the winners... left alive to tell the [true] tale.

And who can forget Cyrus Schofield and his annotated KJV Bible notes? That brainwashed a generation of "pious church-goers", while later giving rise to Christian Zionism?

"Turning the other cheek" hasn't done most Americans much good. Now we're at the dawn of a new day...

... And yet no-one can say... the American people weren't warned.

Anonymous said...

I like for my Catholic info. Of course, I'm Catholic, so I'm biased.

the tent lady said...

Thanks everyone, I'm looking at all the links and appreciating your input. That definition of Pillar and enlightenment is very interesting and I'll read more on that for sure. I especially respect some of your empathy for my aversion to studying the whole Biblical piece of the new world order.

Anonymous said...

I have read the Keys of This Blood , all 700+ pages , and found it interesting and instructive . I learned much about the history of Poland that I did not know . I was fascinated to learn the extent to which Mary influences the foreign policy of the Vatican ; truly astonishing ! In some oblique way , I found that Pope John Paul's view of the unfolding of end-time events to be biblical ; however I do not agree that the Catholic Church will be the Victor in the contest among the powers vying for control of the Global Order .
Although , if he concedes that the SEA BEAST of Rev.13 is the Vatican , then he is probably spot-on !

Anonymous said...

Walter Veith has the best lecture videos I have seen on this subject. He is a Seventh Day Adventist (I am not), but don't let that stop you from getting the info. Also Chris Pinto is a good researcher who makes documentaries on this subject.

Anonymous said...

Dear Niki
You wrote: "The thought of all those Poles and slavs in the Eastern bloc being tricked was like a knife in my chest. How is it possible I still grieve?"

Watch these videos and you will understand:


You could begin with the video "The Man Behind The Mask" or "Two Beasts Become Friends" on page four. Or just begin where you want :-)