Sunday, May 1, 2011

Pope John Paul II: Why the Pope is Far from a Saint

Late Pope John Paul II on Path to Become Canonized: Late Pope John Paul II on Path to Become Canonized

The Vatican has brought out the coffin of the late Pope John Paul II in the crypt under St Peter's Basilica in the presence of high-ranking Catholic clergy. The coffin is now placed near St Peter's tomb, and will be on display before the main altar. A beatification ceremony is being prepared for Sunday, May 1. Beautification is the first step towards declaring the late pontiff a saint. [1]

As Pope John Paul II has been idolized by the faithful Catholic followers of the world, there are major details intentionally overlooked in the mainstream media. Even if the information was disclosed, only a select group would understand its implications.Let's take a look at how this information could blow his beautification out of the water.

Darwin, Pierre Tielhard de Chardin, and Pope John Paul II
Through the ministry of Pierre Tielhard de Chardin, his false scientific study did much to cast doubt on Biblical Christianity. He was one of the key individuals promoting Darwin's Theory of Evolution, and was at the ground floor of being accepted by the Catholic church. This Jesuit priest was involved in many missing links cases around the world, all based on false scientific proof. Teilhard ran into serious problems with the Roman Catholic Church, because of his unorthodox beliefs. He was censored by the Church, and he could no longer teach or publish his theological and philosophical views. He was even 'exiled' from France by the Jesuit order.

Tielhard became the hero of some elite Protestants. Then on October 23, 1996, Pope John Paul II issued a statement to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in which he endorsed evolution as being "more than just a theory" and claims about the origin of this universe and the appearance of life forms on Earth.[2]

 Pope John Paul II giving the occult A-Ok hand sign

The Church that once rejected evolutionary thinking, accepted its hypothesis - largely do to the Pope. His acceptance, consequently, caused Pope John Paul II to create code changes to the Vatican II constitution in 1983, which would enhance ecumenical outreach.[3]  It launched a movement that would go hand-in-hand with his plan to create a universal faith.

Chris Pinto goes on to explain that Ecumenism plays a key role in the pagan religions of the world, and are largely based on its unity precepts. These pagan beliefs fit nicely in with the New Age movement, since they also long for the world to be at peace as one. Many New Agers claim that Pierre Tielhard de Chardin did more to influence them than any other figure, and he has become known as the Father of the New Age Movement. It was his desire to bring about final spiritual unity, and reconstruct the Christian faith.

Other Violations of the Christian Faith
Pope John Paul II kissed the Koran, took the mark of Shiva on his forehead, and allowed the Dalai Lama to remove the cross from a Catholic altar to set up an idol of the Buddha for him and his monks to worship.  These things are all well documented, and widely published.  It was John Paul II who met with religious leaders from all over the world at Assisi, Italy in 1986, with Muslims, Hindus, snake charmers, American Indian shaman, witchdoctors, Voodoo priests, and a whole host of pagans with whom he prayed for “peace.” At one point, he said to them, “We are all praying to the same god.”[3]

"But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death." Rev. 21:8  

Teilhard's evolutionary teachings parallel Eastern Mysticism and Pagan theology. He also taught that the god to be worshiped is the one who will evolve out the human race. When Pope John Paul II accepted the teachings of evolution and Tielhard, he thereby accepted the teachings of the Antichrist.

"Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ." Col. 2:8