Many folks have asked my opinion of this man with relation to the well known Prophecy concerning the last Pope, said to be ‘Peter The Roman’. To begin with, ‘Peter the Roman’ is not necessarily a name. It could very well be a code reference to the trans-generational reality surrounding the papacy’s grand pretence.
First of all, let’s begin with the term ‘Peter’. Most conditioned 21st century minds, especially Christians and Catholics, will automatically conjure up St. Peter, one of the disciples of Jesus—whose body the Roman curia claims to have unearthed beneath the Vatican—which, as you will soon see, is part and parcel of their ancient culture of confabulation (see: http://www.culturaltravelguide.com/real-tomb-saint-peter-under-saint-peters-basilica). These dead bones are indeed authentic and were robed in purple and attended by other signs of royalty. Nevertheless, this is something the disciples of Jesus would never have condoned, accomplished, or permitted. But:
As for ‘the Roman’: well, this is obvious as ‘he’ is pontiff of Rome which is the capital of both syncreted religion and Fascism, which is the philosophical basis of Luciferian Gnosticism and its NWO.
One more item is that of the Jesuit Cult. It is founded and supported by Merovingian Jews (Maranos), and it has also become clear that Adam Weishaupt was also a Jesuit who died Catholic despite his persecution of the Church, which was merely a ploy.
If readers wish to comprehend the fullness of this statement and what now confronts the world with the elevation of yet another ‘Peter’ to the papal throne, I advise you to completely read the following presentation, which is taken from my book:
CAIN’S CREED; The Cult(s) of Rome now in print.
For hard copies write to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or:
Keys of the Kingdom
The Catholic Mother Goddess:
As relates to the present Gnostically-inspired ecumenical discourse, is something Virgil announced in his 4th Decalogue, long ago recorded in the Sybilline Scrolls:
“A mighty order of the ages is born anew. Both the prophetic Virgin and Saturnian [Satanic] kingdoms now return.” Virgil [i]
For 20th Century continuity of the blasphemy, I offer the following quote from Bishop Rudolph Graber: [ii]
We greet Mary as the great sign in the heavens which precedes the coming of her Son, because the mother always precedes the son… We greet her as the Victor in all the battles of God [Shi’ite also refer to Fatima in such terms], and as the Mother of the Church who will bring the Good Friday of the Church to an end and give it a new Easter.
Hence: Easter = Ishtar = Resurrection of Attis, the lover and son of Cybele Mother of all gods. As for the Jesuits and a Jesuit pope
The Secret History of the Jesuits, Edmond Paris
The apostolic designation for the Pope, Peter, is taken from the Mysteries. The hierophant or supreme pontiff bore the Chaldean title peter, or interpreter. The names Phtah, Peth’r, the residence of Balaam, Patara, and Patras, the names of oracles-cities, pateres or pateras and, perhaps, Buddha, all come from the same root …
No apostle named Peter was ever at Rome; but the Pope, seizing the scepter of the Pontifex Maximus, the keys of Janus and Kubelé, [i.e Cybele] and adorning his Christian head with the cap of the Magna Mater, copied from that of the tiara of Brahmâtma [pic above], the Supreme Pontiff of the Initiates of old India, became the successor of the Pagan high priest, the real Peter-Roma, or Petroma (the tiara of the Pope is also a perfect copy of that of the Dalai-Lama of Thibet (see pic, below left).[iv]
Modern playing cards still hold his [Janus] image in the two-faced jack. His tarot aspects are seen in potential beginnings and endings of deuces, far-sighted kings and venturing knights. One of Janus’ important symbols is also embedded in the Hierophant card dressed as a pontiff, whose outfit derives from “the pomp of the Babylonian costume, as [Nimrud and] Belshazzar might have done, in robes of scarlet [Red Movement], with the crosier of Nimrod in his hand, wearing the mitre of Dagon and bearing the keys of Janus [time/space] and Cybele [growth-regeneration; the Berecynthian Goddess from mount Berecyntus in Phrygia,].”
The protector of trade and shipping, Janus is often depicted with His set of keys in one hand, and a staff or sheaf of corn in the other. His image was engraved not only over the lintels of doors, but on docks and the prows of ships, to protect sailors and merchants in their comings and goings.”[v]
Author’s Note: The next author writes as if these early Catholic leaders were merely trying to ‘help God’ with their accretions. He uses the word “adopted” rather than “adapted”, which is more scientific. The pagan hearted idolaters never left their pagan-ness, so there was no adoption taking place at all. Rather, the words: infiltration, interpolation, disguise, dissemble and ‘dither’ are more accurate terms for this lot of Satanic Pawns.
If we would find the model of the Papal Tiara, we must search the annals of the ancient Assyrian tablets. We invite the reader to give his attention to Dr. Inman’s illustrated work, Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism. On page sixty-four, he will readily recognize the head-gear of the successor of St. Peter in the coiffure worn by gods or angels in ancient Assyria, “where it appears crowned by an emblem of the male trinity” [the Christian Cross = the Mark of Cain]. “We may mention, in passing,” adds Dr. Inman, “that, as the Romanists adopted the mitre and the tiara from ‘the cursed brood of Ham,’ so they adopted the Episcopalian crook from the augurs of Etruria [pre-Roman Etruscans of Tusculum], and the artistic form with which they clothe their angels from the painters and urn-makers of Magna Grecia and Central Italy.
In Greek mythology, Cybele holds the key to Earth, shutting her up in winter and opening her again in the spring. Similarly, Janus opens the door of the sky and releases the dawn… The keeper of keys was charged not only with guarding the passage as human beings went from this world to the next but also with keeping the dead where they belonged… Because in the ancient world many divinities were key bearers, their priestesses bore keys signifying that the divine powers belonged to them as well, or that they were guardians of the sanctuaries of the gods. Priestesses were represented carrying on their shoulders large rectangular keys… The key symbolizes initiation into the mysteries of the cult. In Mithraic rites the lion-headed figure who is central to the ceremony holds in his hands two keys. It is possible that they function in the same way as the two “keys of the kingdom” held by Saint Peter in Christianity: One represents excommunication whereby the door is locked against the unworthy soul, while the other represents absolution whereby the door is opened and the initiate achieves salvation.[vi]
Janus was worshiped in Rome as the god of doors and hinges, and was called “the opener and shutter.” This had a blasphemous meaning, for he was worshiped in Rome as the grand mediator. Whatever important business was at hand, whatever deity was to be invoked, an invocation first of all had to be addressed to Janus, who was recognized as the “God of gods,” in whose mysterious divinity the characters of father and son were combined, and without that no prayer could be heard – the door of heaven could not be opened. Here again Janus’s two heads/faces come into play, in their signifying the old and the new/young, and holding a key in his hand. In like fashion the goddess Cybele also carried a key. The worship of Janus prevailed in Asia Minor at the same time the Lord commanded the Apostle John to write to the seven churches:
To the angel of the church in Philadelphia write: These are the words of him who is holy and true, who holds the key of David. What he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open. (Rev 3:7)
It is confirmed, [there is] one true God, who alone opens and shuts the door of heaven. As the great head of the Mysteries of Rome, the Sovereign Pontiff or “Pontifex Maximus” held the key of Janus and the key of Cybele, which were tokens of his position as their earthly representative. The keys became the symbol of the authority of the Pontifex Maximus. He was known by the Latin title “Pater Patrum,” that means, “Father of Father” [Boss of bosses = mafia’s godfather]. He was also addressed by the title “Your Holiness.” xiv
GENS ET REGNUM QUOD NON SERVIERIT MIHI PERIBIT, which translates to: THE NATION AND KINGDOM THAT WILL NOT SERVE ME WILL PERISH,
(Isaiah 60:12 from the Latin Vulgate). The figure on the reverse is that of the church depicted as a papal tiara crowned queen, sitting on her throne.
No man has a right to choose his religion. Catholicism is the most intolerant of creeds. It is intolerance itself. We might as rationally maintain that two and two does not make four as the theory of Religious Liberty. Its impiety is only equaled by its absurdity.”  – John Hughes, 1864, Archbishop of NY;
Hence, this clearly pagan Pope is, in reality, a Father of Fathers or Boss of Bosses.
Alexander Hislop on Catholicism’s Keys of St. Peter
more accurately: “The Keys of Janus and Cybele”
excerpted from: The Two Babylons
If there be any who imagine that there is some occult and mysterious virtue in an apostolic succession that comes through the Papacy, let them seriously consider the real character of the Pope’s own orders, and of those of his bishops and clergy. From the Pope downward, all can be shown to be radically Babylonian. The College of Cardinals, with the Pope at its head, is just the counter-part of the Pagan College of Pontiffs, with its “Pontifex Maximus,” or “Sovereign Pontiff,” which had existed in Rome from the earliest times, and which is known to have been framed on the model of the grand original Council of Pontiffs at Babylon. The Pope now pretends to supremacy in the Church as the successor of Peter, to whom it is alleged that our Lord exclusively committed the keys of the kingdom of heaven. But here is the important fact that, till the Pope was invested with the title, which for a thousand years had had attached to it the power of the keys of Janus and Cybele, no such claim to pre-eminence, or anything approaching to it, was ever publicly made on his part, on the ground of his being the possessor of the keys bestowed on Peter.
Very early, indeed, did the bishops of Rome show a proud and ambitious spirit; but, for the first three centuries, their claim for superior honour was founded simply on the dignity of their see, as being that of the imperial city, the capital of the Roman world.
When, however, the seat of empire was removed to the East, and Constantinople threatened to eclipse Rome, some new ground for maintaining the dignity of the Bishop of Rome must be sought. That new ground was found when, about 378 AD, the Pope fell heir to the keys that were the symbols of two well-known Pagan divinities at Rome. Janus bore a key, and Cybele bore a key; and these are the two keys that the Pope emblazons on his arms as the ensign of his spiritual authority… Now, when he had come, in the estimation of the Pagans, to occupy the place of the representatives of Janus and Cybele, and therefore to be entitled to bear their keys, the Pope saw that if he could only get it believed among the Christians that Peter alone had the power of the keys, and that he was Peter’s successor, then the sight of these keys would keep up the delusion, and thus, though the temporal dignity of Rome as a city should decay, his own dignity as the Bishop of Rome would be more firmly established than ever…
Few lies could be more gross; but, in course of time, it came to be widely believed; and now, as the statue of Jupiter (below right) is worshipped at Rome as the veritable image of Peter, so the keys of Janus and Cybele have for ages been devoutly believed to represent the keys of the same apostle. While nothing but judicial infatuation can account for the credulity of the Christians in regarding these keys as emblems of an exclusive power given by Christ to the Pope through Peter, it is not difficult to see how the Pagans would rally round the Pope all the more readily when they heard him found his power on the possession of Peter’s keys.”
The keys that the Pope bore were the keys of a “Peter” well known to the Pagans initiated in the Chaldean Mysteries. That Peter the apostle was ever Bishop of Rome has been proved again and again to be an errant fable. That he ever even set foot in Rome is at the best highly doubtful. His visit to that city rests on no better authority than that of a writer at the end of the second century or beginning of the third-viz., the author of the work called The Clementines, who gravely tells us that on the occasion of his visit, finding Simon Magus there, the apostle challenged him to give proof of his miraculous or magical powers, whereupon the sorcerer flew up into the air, and Peter brought him down in such haste that his leg was broken. All historians of repute have at once rejected this story of the apostolic encounter with the magician as being destitute of all contemporary evidence; but as the visit of Peter to Rome rests on the same authority, it must stand or fall along with it, or, at least, it must be admitted to be extremely doubtful. But, while this is the case with Peter the Christian, it can be shown to be by no means doubtful that before the Christian era, and downwards.
There was a “Peter” at Rome, who occupied the highest place in the Pagan priesthood: The priest who explained the Mysteries to the initiated was sometimes called by a Greek term, the Hierophant; but in primitive Chaldee, the real language of the Mysteries, his title, as pronounced without the points, was “Peter” – i.e., “the interpreter.” As the revealer of that which was hidden, nothing was more natural than that, while opening up the esoteric doctrine of the Mysteries, he should be decorated with the keys of the two divinities whose mysteries he unfolded.
Thus we may see how the keys of Janus and Cybele would come to be known as the keys of Peter, the “interpreter” of the Mysteries. Yea, we have the strongest evidence that, in countries far removed from one another, and far distant from Rome, these keys were known by initiated Pagans not merely as the “keys of Peter” but as the keys of a Peter identified with Rome… what more natural than to seek not only to reconcile Paganism and Christianity but to make it appear that the Pagan Peter-Roma with his keys, meant “Peter of Rome,” and that that “Peter of Rome” was the very apostle to whom the Lord Jesus Christ gave the “keys of the kingdom of heaven “?
Hence, from the mere jingle of words, persons and things essentially different were confounded; and Paganism and Christianity jumbled together, that the towering ambition of a wicked priest might be gratified; and so, to the blinded Christians of the apostasy, the Pope was the representative of Peter the apostle while to the lnitiated Pagans, he was only the representative of Peter, the interpreter of their well-known Mysteries. Thus was the Pope the express counterpart of ‘Janus, the double-faced’…
The reader will now be prepared to understand how it is that the Pope’s Grand Council of State which assists him in the government of the Church, comes to be called the College of Cardinals. The term Cardinal is derived from Cardo, a hinge. Janus, whose key the Pope bears, was the god of doors and hinges, and was called Patulclus and Clusius, i.e., ‘the opener and the shutter’… Now, to this Janus, as Mediator, worshipped in Asia Minor, and equally, from very early times, in Rome, belonged the government of the world; and, ‘all power in heaven, in earth, and the sea,’ according to Pagan ideas, was vested in him. In this character he was said to have ‘jus vertendi cardinis – the ‘power of turning the hinge – of opening the doors of heaven, or of opening or shutting the gates of peace or war upon earth. The Pope, therefore, when he set up as the High-priest of Janus, assumed also the ‘jus vertendi cardinis,’ the ‘power of turning the hinge,’ of opening and shutting in the blasphemous Pagan sense”
An abbreviated list of pagan saviours or Jesus Christs (there are more), all crucified or sacrificed, risen from the dead, descended to hell and ascended to heaven:
|Osirus, Egypt 3000 BCAtys, Phrygia 1700 BCDionysius, Greece 1100 BC
Hesus, (Druid) 834 BC
Indra, Tibet 725 BC
Iao, Nepal 622 BC
Quetzalcoat, Mexico 587 BC
Prometheus, Greece 547 BC
|Bel, Babylon 1750 BCTammuz, Syria 1160 BCKrishna, India 1000 BC
Quirinius, Rome 753 BC
Bali, Asia 725 BC
Alcestis, Pherae 600 BC
Wittoba, Travancore 552 BC
Mithra, Persia 400BC
 “The Company” is another term for the Jesuits, the same cognomen used by those “in the know” for the CIA.
 An occult doctrine of Gnostic Hermeticism explored in detail in later chapters. This will explain the Catholic Archon’s and Freemasonic predilection for Pederasty in upper degrees of Sexual Magick.
 Charles Chiniquy, Grand Rapids, Michigan: op. cit. p 480.
[i] Totten, C.A.L. OUR INHERITANCE IN THE GREAT SEAL OF THE UNITED STATES & ITS SIGNIFICATION UNTO ‘THE GREAT PEOPLE’ THUS SEALED, Vol. I, OUR RACE PUBLISHING CO., Mar. 1987.
[ii] “Fatima Advancing Rapidly Towards Final Fulfillment: ‘The Three Dimensions of Fatima,” Bishop Rudolph Graber, trans., Marie Agnes Matt, Immaculata, rev. ed. of Vol. 18, No. 3 (Dec 1977), p.
[iii] Wallace-Murphy, Tim and Marilyn Hopkins. ROSSLYN: GUARDIAN OF THE SECRETS OF THE HOLY GRAIL, Element, 1999. pp. 87 -89.
[iv] (Isis Unveiled, Blavatsky, p. 30)
[v] Janus, Custodian of the Cosmos, Brenda Sutton referring to:(HORACE, Sat. ii. 6, 20, p. 674); MARCUS SULLA, Secespita (The Sacrificial Knife), A Roman Book of Blood Sacrifice; (HISSOP, The Two Babylons, Sec. I, The Red Dragon, para 30 and notes); (OVID, (Fast. vi. 101, seq.)
[vi] J. A. MacCulloch’s “Locks and Keys,” in the Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, edited by James Hastings; Franz Cumont, The Mysteries of Mithra, 2d ed., translated by Thomas J. McCormack (New York, 1910); Robert C. Zaehner in Zurvan: A Zoroastrian Dilemma (Oxford, 1955) Mithraism and the keys of the lion-headed god.
[vii] Graves, Robert. THE WHITE GODDESS: A HISTORICAL GRAMMAR OF POETIC MYTH, NY: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1948.
[viii] Williams, Brian, A RENAISSANCE TAROT: A GUIDE TO THE RENAISSANCE TAROT, Stamford: U.S. Games, 1994; Pythagorean Tarot: XXI. Mundus – Kosmos – Cosmos
[ix] Begg, Ean. THE CULT OF THE BLACK VIRGIN, Arcana Peguin Books, 1996.