by the Editor of Katejon, Brazil
AUTHORIZED ENGLISH TRANSLATION
A few hours ago we posted the happy news of Pope Benedict XVI’s response to Italian journalist and writer Andrea Cionci: Part 42 of his Investigation. Based on what the journalist called the “Ratzinger Code”, the form of encrypted communication adopted by the Pope since the banishment from the Petrine See, a new confirmation comes to us, in an authorized manner through the Prefect of the Papal Household, Msgr. Georg Gänswein, that not only has Benedict not ceased to be the only Pope of the Church, but that he is in fact in private custody, which is to say: suffering a coup d’état.
In Cionci’s words, “if Pope Benedict were really the abdicated pope, and Francis the true pontiff, in the face of the writer’s ‘heinous slanderous outrages,’ a true ex-pope, or pope emeritus, would have to: either not respond, or deny himself, or openly admonish us not to continue with our articles,” or give a merely protocol response, without any additional detail; which he did not do, on the contrary.
FromRome’s Alexis Bugnolo points out in a commentary on this news that the fact that Benedict is unable to meet the journalist in question (a request previously granted to other “Bergoglian” journalists, and continuing to receive people), even if only to say that Cionci is wrong in his Investigation, and to stop conjecturing that he is the Pope, is a major indication that he is truly in an impeded see. Also noting that the date of the reply (10/27), has correspondence with “the first day that Pope Damasus reigned as Pope after defeating his rival, Antipope Ursinus, in a 3-day battle, which he eventually won on October 26, 366 AD. The battle took place in the Basilica of Saint Mary Major, here in Rome. So, as could not be otherwise, another coded message to reassure us, as Bugnolo concludes, of his victory over the usurper.
But it is possible that there are still three other details that tell us something about this plot, because as Bugnolo points out in another article, quoting Sherlock Holmes: “I have long held the axiom that the little things are infinitely the most important.”
Thus, the first, still in relation to the date, shows us a reply given exactly 8 days after the sender’s request (10/19). In it, the mention of an impossibility. Which somehow refers to the 8 years of impossibility of “piloting” Peter’s boat through two of his four papal ministries, that of government and that of preaching; and this after another 8 years of integral pontificate.
The second, the fact that Msgr. Gänswein twice used the term “Pope emeritus”, even after the recent confirmation by the Vatican that the term has no canonical-legal support.
Thirdly, although we are not familiar with the nuances of the Italian language, the form used by the Prefect in his first mention of Benedict, “Benedict XVI, Pope emeritus,” curiously enough the title of Estefanía Acosta’s book, Benedict XVI: Pope “Emeritus”? Another lapsus linguae?
Some years ago, when he was still in full exercise of his functions, the Brazilian priest Father Marcelo Tenório (Campo Grande-MS) was with Benedict XVI in the Vatican. From Brazil, he brought with him a picture painted for the occasion. In it, Don Bosco’s dream, but with Benedict XVI as the pilot of the Captain Ship. Upon receiving the picture, the priest and some others present observed the Pope spend some moments in great introspection while contemplating the painting in front of him; until he heard from the Brazilian: “You are the Pope of Don Bosco’s dream”. Without taking his eyes off the image, he answers: “Yes, this is me.”
Not by chance, we still find today the tireless “messages in a bottle” launched from the Mediterranean to all the oceans by the captain of the weather-beaten Barque of Peter. But who will come to her rescue?
21 thoughts on “Benedict XVI replies to Andrea Cionci’s request for an interview”
Please, everyone who reads this, send Pope Benedict XVI a card for this Christmas. Include a greeting to Archbishop Ganswein on the card. Even with the postal service still not running properly in most countries, send your loving good wishes anyway.
What’s the address ?
Where is the address to which we may send a card to His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI?
H. H. Pope Benedict XVI
Mater Ecclesiae Monastery
It is not Pope and Pope Emeritus, it is Bishop in white and Pope in Custody.
I sincerely hope that no one is physically abusing Pope Benedict. This photo seems to indicate abuse or that he fell.
I really hope that he will speak before death as to an impeded See and his invalid resignation. That is the only way this side of Heaven that the Church can have resolution and closure.
I believe a coup took place. Over the years, the NWO has been replacing every key leader with their accomplices. The cancer of full spectrum dominance is spreading rapidly.
I haven’t been listening to the news because it drains me, but, please tell me why Pope Benedict has a bruise on his face? Is this a file photo or a recent one?
Thanks & God Bless,
In 2018 in the summer this photo was released of pope Benedict. The Vatican said he fell down, and it was speculated he was physically abused. I use it to remind us all that Pope Benedict is being totally controlled. I published this spring the testimony that even as Pope he was physically assaulted by Cardinal Bertone.
Excellent suggestion Treasa! Will do so today. I do include my intentions for the “True” Pope [Benedict] at the conclusion of my rosary to gain the indulgence.
Pope Benedict XVI is the pope who has to flee Rome.
In an old prophecy from Germany called “Song of the Linden Tree”, some stanzas say:
Rome, like cattle, chops up the crowd of priests,
Gentle not the old man in silver hair.
Over corpses the highest must flee,
And pursued from place to place.
God-forsaken he seems, but he is not,
He is steadfast in faith, faithful in duty..,
Even in adversity he does not renounce,
brings the divine dispute before the local court.
Winter comes, three days of darkness,
thunder and lightning and the earth’s crack,
pray at home, do not leave the house!
Even at the window do not look at the horror!
A candle all the time alone,
If it wants to burn, it gives you light.
Poisonous breath comes out of dusty night,
black plague, worst human battle.
The same threatens all those born on earth,
But the good die a blessed death.
Many faithful remain wonderful,
free from respiratory cramp and plague danger.
A great city the mud devours,
another wrestles with fire.
All cities become deadly silent,
on Vienna’s Stephansplatz dill grows.
If you count all the people in the world,
you will find that a third is missing.
What is left, look in every country,
has lost half of its mind.
Like a rudderless ship in a storm,
abandoned to any reef,
the one-day swarm of rulers sways around,
making the citizens poorer even than poor.
For misery’s only star of hope,
Of a better day is endlessly distant.
Savior, send the one you must send”,
sounds fearfully from the breast of man.
Does the earth suddenly take a different course?
Does a new sun star rise?
All is lost! Here it still sounds,
All is saved,” Vienna already sings.
Yes, from the east comes the strong hero,
bringing order to the confused world.
White flowers around the heart of the Lord,
his call the brave gladly follows.
What is the source or origin of this Song?
Search for “Lied der Linde” and you will find many websites, but only on German.
The poem was found more than one hundred years ago in an ancient linden tree near a monastery in
Staffelstein in Franconia / Bavaria. Since the twenties of the last century it is documented.
You can read it here for example:
Good morning dear Friar Alexis. Good to have you back. Here’s an interesting source on this prophetic poem, though not Catholic. Perhaps he has more to tell us than we think, but it will take people more credentialed than us to unveil other meanings. The fact that it is a “German” poem tells us something. It is said that it was found in 1850, therefore, shortly after Blessed Catarina Emmerich, who lived some 500 km from the site of the find. Of course this is simple speculation, however…
I appreciate that this thread is a bit old but I came across a variation on this theme in Ann Barnhardt’s blog. In it, she explains that “Pope Benedict refused to change his coat of arms after his attempted faux-resignation, specifically refusing to remove any heraldic symbols of JURISDICTION.”
And a rather belated Welcome Back! I was a littl worried after this site hadn’t received any updates for a day or so — and relieved to see the explanation. Wonderful to see you back.
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