posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 01:32 PM
Originally posted by rayuki
Originally posted by Vasa Croe
Another point to note....the Prophecy says it will be a black pope.....that is what the Superior General of the Society of Jesus is called and Jorge
was in the Society of Jesus.....connect the dots....la la la
yep, and he still reports to the supreme commander since he is a JESUIT. its a military order, so basically the society of jesus is in control of the
catholic church. its like handing over control of the US to the military.
Jesuits are scholars, not militars.
They are an order well konwn for their studies. They are well regarded pretty much by everybody, since they managed to unite science and religion.
For example, in order to become a priest you need to have a degree, thats mandatory in the order.
On the other hand, as franciscans are well known for their austerity, and benedictians for their hard work, jesuit sre well known for being scholars
and spend most of their time studying.
During the american colonization, while the Vatican and dominicans where enslaving, and killing indians, the jesuit set up missions where they taught
the indians about god and jesus and teh gospels, how to read in latin and spanish, and several other stuff. In return the indians showed the Jesuits
many of their secrets, which were kept within the order. This is one of the reasons the Jesuits were pursued by the vatican afterwards.
On the other hand, regarding the dictatorship, im in Argentina, and all i can hear is the state media, and lots of goverment spokesmen saying he is
suspected to have help the militars and stuff. Bergoglio Quareled with the goverment some time ago. Yet there are some guys who took part in the
trials against the militars, and did some research on the crimes of that time, and what they say is theres no evidence wahtsoever about Bergoglio
being a accomplice to the dictatorship. (Which by the way had nothing to do with nazis, the nazis came here during the 50's when Peron was around,
this dictatorship happened in the 70's)