Monthly Archives: October 2023

NonVeni Mark sums it up in 80 words.

The following is the conclusion of NonVeni Mark’s crosspost of the Part 3 video.

As you examine the evidence, keep in mind the following axiom: Pope Benedict, in his act of resignation, needed to fully assent with his will to the total renunciation of the papacy in toto in order for it to be valid. If you find evidence, spoken, written, and visual evidence, that he did NOT intend to fully resign, that, on the contrary, he quite obviously intended to remain in some way papal, well then you have your answer. SUBSTANTIAL ERROR. -nvp

The Lord is Our King, He will save us.

Dóminus iudex noster, Dóminus légifer noster: Dóminus Rex noster, ipse salvábit nos.

The Lord is our judge, the Lord is our lawgiver: the Lord is our King, He will save us.

This is the Fourth Antiphon of First and Second Vespers of the Feast of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe.

I find it to be a manful, succinct encapsulation of reality. Perhaps a little license with emphatic capitalization would be opportune.

He WILL save us.

And remember, He is King of All by Divine Right, because He is The Creator, but He is also King of All by Conquest via His Incarnation as True Man. And that Conquest occurred at the instant of His Incarnation in the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary. So even as an Infant, nay even as a Single Celled Zygote, He was and is truly the Sovereign King of the Universe BY CONQUEST.

Ecce ancilla Domini.

King of the Universe by Right and by Conquest in the womb. He WILL save us.

King of the Universe by Right and by Conquest as an infant. He WILL save us.

King of the Universe by Right and by Conquest on the Cross. He WILL save us.

King of the Universe by Right and by Conquest now and forever. He WILL save us

I’m in my Prime.

Yes, it is the Vigil of the Feast of Saints Simon and Jude once again, this year marking my 47th year. People in my gene pool have had the habit of dying at age 94, so I consider this my “mid-way point” of expected natural longevity. So, no more messing around. I better get with it!

And since I’m a math nerd, and 47 is a prime number, AND I’m of the considered opinion that Val Kilmer’s performance as Doc Holliday in Tombstone is one of the greatest things ever put on film, if you ask me if I FEEL middle-aged, I shall for the next year respond with the perfectly honest double entendres Hollidayism, “Not me, I’m in my prime.”

And, as is now a TWENTY year birthday tradition here on the blog, please enjoy Alison Krauss and the Cox Family singing “Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown.”

Thanks to one and all for your kind greetings and good prayers, and to Our Loving and Merciful Lord for another incredibly wonderful year. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for orbital lap #48!

I am thinking today of that beautiful land
We shall reach when the sun goeth down
When through wonderful grace by my Saviour I stand
Will there be any stars in my crown?
Will there be any stars, any stars in my crown
When at evening the sun goeth down?
When I wake with the blest in those mansions of rest
Will there be any stars in my crown?
In the strength of the Lord let me labor and pray
Let me watch as a winner of souls

That bright stars may be mine in that glorious day
When His praise like the sea billow rolls.
Oh, what joy it will be when His face I behold
Living gems at His feet to lay down
It would sweeten my bliss in the city of gold
Should there be any stars in my crown.

December 9th: Is the Pope Catholic? A Free Conference Seeking the Truth about the ‘Two Popes’. Speakers include +Viganò, Fr. Altman, Fr. Kramer, Dr. Mazza, Liz Yore and Ann Barnhardt

Archbishop Vigano to Speak at Online Conference!!!

“Is the Pope Catholic?”

A Conference Seeking the Truth about the “Two Popes”

Saturday December 9, 2023


His Excellency Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò

Fr. James Altman

Fr. Paul Kramer

Dr. Ed Mazza

Elizabeth Yore

Ann Barnhardt

To REGISTER please email: [email protected]

On February 11, 2013, two tremendous bolts of lightening struck the Dome of St. Peter’s Basilica, directly above the Tomb of the Apostle–the same day Pope Benedict announced his stunning Declaratio! Stranger still, in the Vatican, for the next decade, two men wore the signature white cassock, two men bestowed their own personal Apostolic Blessings on the faithful and two men were formally addressed as “His Holiness.” One resided in seclusion and self-imposed silence, in prayer and meditation at the Mater Ecclesiae Monastery in the Vatican Gardens. The other still resides in the Domus Sanctae Marthae, the Vatican hotel, which was built to house visiting cardinals. (Curiously, the Papal Apartments located in the Apostolic Palace since the 17th Century remain uninhabited.) The unexpected renunciation of Benedict and his perplexing presence in the Vatican as “Pope Emeritus” still confounds Catholics as much as–in some sense, even more than–the globalism and heterodoxy of the putative pope, Francis.

Now that the new “Synodal” Church is being foisted upon us, it’s time to seek the truth about the “two Popes.” It’s time for the silent majority to speak out. As conference speaker, His Excellency Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano has prophetically intoned:

Among the titles of the Roman Pontiff recurs, along with
Christi Vicarius, that of Servus servorum Dei [“Servant of the
servants of God”]. While the former has been disdainfully
rejected by Bergoglio, his choice to retain the latter sounds
like a provocation, as evidenced by his words and deeds.
The day will come when the Presuli of the Church will be
asked to clarify what intrigues and what conspiracies could
have led to the Throne him who acts as “Servant of Satan’s
servants,” and why they have fearfully witnessed his
intemperances or made themselves accomplices of this
proud heretical tyrant. Let those who know and who keep
silent out of false prudence tremble: by their silence they do
not protect the honor of the Holy Church, nor do they
preserve the simple ones from scandal. On the contrary,
they plunge the Bride of the Lamb into ignominy and
humiliation, and turn the faithful away from the Ark of
salvation at the very moment of the Flood.

Various speakers at “Is the Pope Catholic?” Conference will consider the possibility of 1) the invalidity of Pope Benedict’s resignation, or 2) the invalidity of Bergoglio’s acceptance of the Papacy, or 3) Bergoglio’s loss of office due to public material (if not formal) heresy.

Code of Canon Law of the Catholic Church, Canon 748 §1. “All persons are bound to seek the truth in those things which regard God and his Church…are bound by the obligation…of embracing and observing the truth which they have come to know.”

Fr. Franz Wernz and Fr. Pedro Vidal’s Ius Canonicum, an eight-volume work published in 1943, which is perhaps the most highly respected commentary on the 1917 Code of Canon Law, states:

“Finally they cannot be numbered among the schismatics, who refuse to obey the Roman Pontiff because they consider his person to be suspect or doubtfully elected on account of rumors in circulation.”

It’s all happening. Faithful Catholics of good will are coming around.

Friends, you KNOW he’s going to be bombarded with all kinds of gaslighting and “peer pressure” tactics, maybe even threats. Please reach out and let him know that he isn’t alone – in fact, he’s in the plurality amongst the faithful Remnant.

And might I recommend BOTH Barnhardt Podcast Episodes 197 and Episode 198, both of which are “NonVeni MazzaCasts” discussing the Bergoglian Antipapacy, and are a fantastic addition to the Part 3 Video that just dropped on Monday.

Monday was QUITE the red-letter day for me. The Part 3 video dropped AND my showers were finally installed at the new Van down by the Proverbial Creek. No more camp showers after nearly FIVE months. I feel like a bajillionaire. My cup verily doth runneth over!


Splish-Splash, Go Take a Bath

The Probatic Pool, marble relief, Giovanni Marchiori, early 1700s, Church of Saints Simon and Jude, Venice

Today is the feast of the Archangel Raphael, who is known as the “angelical physician”, not only for his healing works in the Book of Tobias, but also for his deeds as recounted in John chapter 5, one of the most moving narratives in scripture.  It was St. Raphael the Archangel who would agitate the waters once per year at Bethesda which would then heal the first person to touch the waters.  In John 5, even though St. John is spare in his prose, one can immediately hear the anguish of the man who tells Our Lord that he has tried every year for thirty-eight years to be healed of his infirmity, but because he has no one to help him, he never makes it to the pool in time.  And yet, this man has kept the faith and persevered.

Our Blessed Lord healed the man, and afterward, finding the man at the Temple, Jesus told him, “Behold thou art made whole: sin no more, lest some worse thing happen to thee.”

Mercy is inextricably tied to renunciation of sin. The “worse thing” that would come from presuming upon God’s Mercy and NOT ceasing the sinful activity (or at least having a firm, immediate purpose of amendment) is ETERNAL DAMNATION.  Thirty-eight years with a horrific physical infirmity is NOTHING compared to all of eternity in hell in unceasing torment, never, ever to see God, and knowing how being damned was 100% one’s own choice, and thus completely unnecessary.

None of us have to wait for St. Raphael to swoop in (wheeeee!) as depicted above, and then win a foot race.  All we have to do is enter The Church and go to Confession, wherein the waters of Baptism are perpetually and inexhaustibly available, and the Blood of Christ removes every stain of sin.

St. Raphael, pray for us.

Christ, have mercy on us.

Bergoglian Antipapacy video Part 3: ENOUGH.

Two hours and forty minutes and I feel like I left so much out that I reserve the right to drop a Part 3.5 video.

Remember to pray the Matthew 17:20 Intention:

1. That Bergoglio be publicly recognized and removed as Antipope and the whole Antipapacy be publicly declared null

2. That Pope Benedict Ratzinger be publicly recognized as the one and only living Pope from April of ARSH 2005 until his death on December 31, ARSH 2022, and for the Petrine See in se

3. That Antipope Bergoglio repent, revert to Catholicism, do penance and die in the state of grace in the fullness of time, and someday achieve the Beatific Vision

4. For the repose of the soul of Pope Benedict Ratzinger

St. Catherine of Siena, pray for us, for the Holy Catholic Church outside of which there is no salvation, and for the Petrine See, vacant these 296 days and counting.

Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on us.

The Video

The Odysee-based video is embedded on this page but sharing a link to that on social media doesn’t work very well as Odysee has been shadow-banned in some places and might get banned altogether in others (like the E.U.), so Supernerd has posted the video to some other platforms as well, platforms where sharing is much easier and that aren’t as shadow-banned (but, admittedly, could get censored):

Licensing: this video is licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND license which, in a nutshell, means you need to attribute authorship (linking back to this web page is best), not sell it or post it to monetized channels, and don’t make any derivative works from it (like an edit which is in substantial error with the actual thesis of this video). Supernerd is going to post the final 4.17 GB video and link it here for those who want to share and post it elsewhere; let us know and we’ll add links to additional locations where the video has been shared:

That Antichurch Sin-Nod crap about praying for demons and reptiles is a quote from a… wait for it… notorious heretic. Because, of COURSE it is, and of COURSE they would.

But before we get to the love-in for demons and serpents, let’s clock the wholesale denial of the Four Marks of the Church, as NonVeniMark pointed out, by some Antichurch flying monkeyfaggots.

The Four Marks of the Church are:

One. Holy. Catholic. Apostolic.

Catholic means “universal”. One Church for EVERYONE.

Apostolic means passed down, unchanging, in uninterrupted succession through the Sacrament of Holy Orders.

Count them as they are denied, openly:

The big question now for the remaining handful of Catholic prelates is: WHY HAVE YOU NOT EXCOMMUNICATED and/or ANATHEMATIZED ANY OF THESE DEMONIC WRETCHES?


Of course you are. You’re scared absolutely shitless of Bergoglio and his faggots, and everyone – on both sides – knows it.

But wait, there’s more.

Here is NovusOrdoWatch’s excellent and thorough take-down of the “pray for demons and reptiles” bilge. N.O.W. is 1958 sedevacantist, and militantly so, but it cannot be denied that their research strictly apart from that question is outstanding, and most of us use the N.O.W. website as a kind of reference tome on Church documents and issues exactly such as this.

Here’s my original post on the Antichurch Sin-Nod document, and here is the N.O.W. explanation of the heretical source of the Nestorian, universal salvation (even for the DEMONS, and therefore also for the faggots, dykes, trannies and pedos) crap. Read up.


Who was ‘Saint Isaac the Syrian, of Nineveh’?

It does not take long to find out that Isaac was a bishop and a hermit who lived in the seventh century but was not a Catholic. In fact, he was a Nestorian heretic, although there is some reason to believe he may have converted to Catholicism toward the end of his life. However, not having any concrete evidence of that, we will presume he died in the religion he professed for most of his life.

It is difficult to count all the heresies in Isaac’s thought as laid out above, but at least now we understand better why he wrote what he wrote, and why the synodalists like him so much. In fact, the above is reminiscent of ‘Pope’ Francis’ endless blather about mercy and forgiveness while at the same time consistently refusing to talk about God’s justice or the conditions necessary for obtaining forgiveness in the first place. Isaac’s vision also reminds one of the crazy “omega point” pseudo-theology of the Jesuit evolutionist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955), who was just recently endorsed by [Antipope] Bergoglio.



Enough. Enough of this.