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Jan 11, 2007
Friday, January 12, 2007 04:58:58 AM
Leo Lyon Zagami was, until recently, a high level member of
the Italian Illuminati, a 33rd degree freemason, a true insider
and a high-member of the infamous Freemasonic P2 Lodge. He was
the "prince", prepared to take over after the older Illuminati
"king", Licio Gelli. He is of Illuminati aristocrat bloodline
and therefore involved in the Illuminati Order since childhood.
However, Leo decided he'd had enough of all the evil he was
exposed to, and a part of, and the horrifying Satanic, black
magic rituals, mind control and torture that was going on inside
the lodges, behind closed doors. So he left everything and fled
to Norway, where he is
currently residing. Since he left, he's been harassed and
tortured and had his life threatened.
He realized that the only way to hopefully stay alive is to
expose to the world what he knows and make himself known.
History shows that this is one of the best ways to survive,
although nothing is for certain. Leo quickly started this
website, Illuminati Confessions, where he reveals the secrets to
the world, one by one. I strongly advise you to check it out and
download it to your computer, in case they decide to silence him
for good, and this website will be shut down. There is a lot of
extremely important information here, and much of it can't be
found anywhere else. Leo has also been a guest several times at
Greg Szymanski's radio show.
Don't forget to check out Leo's exclusive website, where he
exposes the Illuminati like no one has before:
volume the documents from 1966 to 2005 of Congregation for the
Doctrine of the Faith, concerning 105 texts of decisive
importance for the "Magistero Ecclesiale".
ATICAN CITY, Thursday, 11 January 2007 - A
volume recently published collects all documents emanated from
the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith since Council
Vatican II until 2005. The work is composed of 662 pages, the
greater part of which is written in Latin.
Moreover, of the 105 present documents 52 are
signed by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, which was "Prefetto" of
this Congregation from 1981 until 2005.
According to what is asserted from the
Cardinal William Levada, Prefetto of the Congregation for the
Doctrine of the Faith and author of the introduction these
documents "interventi magisteriali" "that, rejecting the
objections and deformations of the faith, propose with new
authority deepenings of the revealed doctrine, they can
accompany and they can help the theological search".
The Cardinal Levada remembers moreover that
"it's not enough to denounce the error" but that "it is
necessary to recall the elements of the tradition and the other
elements of the Christian faith that can illuminate the way".
The Congregation, explains the porporato,
does not mean to replace the task of the theologians: "It's not
a question to replace the work of to the theologians, neither to
propose only one normative and particular theology".
What the Ministry Vatican pursues is "to
propose again disregarded elements, which are indispensable for
the elaboration of a healthy catholic theology".
"Documenta. Inde a Concilio Vaticano Secundo
Espleto Edita (1966-2005)" is published from the Publishing
Vatican Library (www.libreriaeditricevaticana.com) and costs Euro 40. This is a modernized edition
in respect to the previous one, published in 1985 and that
collected documents from 1966 to 1985.
The last document is the "Note regarding the
Minister of the Sacramento of the Unzione of Infermi", signed
from the Cardinal Ratzinger l'11 February 2005, in which it is
remembered that this unction can be only given from the
clergymen (Bishops and presbiteri) and that therefore whichever
perform such act if not part of the mentioned category it
constitutes a "simulation of the sacrament".
The Secretary of the Congregation for the
Doctrine of the Faith, the Archbishop Amato Angel, SDB,
emphasizes that in these documents the "high strongly radicated
theological quality is mirrored in the great tradition of the
The book show at the end an index (Index
rerum notabilium) that in alphabetical order report the various
arguments, from the abortion (abortus) until Virgin Mary (Virgo
Maria) and to the rising life or procreation (Vita nascens ET
One of the apparatuses with greater
information is the one dedicated to the reduction to the laical
state (reductio to statum laicalem), and that also reference to
weddings (matrimonium) and to the doctrinal errors.
Between the other voices discussed in the
volume, figure those relative to the excomunication (excommunicatio),
the omosexuality (homosexualitas), the forbidden books (index
librorum prohibitorum), to the masonry (massonica associatio)
and to the private revelations (revelationes privatae).
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