Fr. Malachi Martin, Best-selling Author and World-renowned Exorcist
Who Inspired the 1973 Film The Exorcist
Courageously Left the Newchurch of the New Order in 1964
The Year in Which It Replaced the Catholic Church as the "Institutional" Church
And Became an Independent Traditional Catholic Priest in the United States
Now a U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Operative Has Revealed http://www.traditio.com/comment/com1701.htm
How Fr. Martin Was Killed
He Was Pushed to His Death by a four-year-old Child Possessed by the Devil
A U.S. Central Intelligence Agency operative has now revealed how an advisor to popes who left Newchurch to become a traditional Catholic priest, best-selling author and Vaticanologist Malachi Martin, was killed. Fr. Martin was also a world-renowned exorcist, who inspired the 1973 film The Exorcist. The operative reveals, from Fr. Martin's driver, also a CIA operative, that the exorcist was pushed to his death from a fall after a possessed child spoke to him, and he was "pushed over by an invisible force," causing a fatal head trauma in the 78-year-old priest.
Fr. Martin was to carry out an exorcism on a four-year-old American girl said to be possessed. When Fr. Martin arrived at the Connecticut home, the family was already there, and the girl walked up to the priest and said: "So you're Malachi Martin -- and you think you can help her, as the Devil spoke through the possessed girl. The driver stated that the encounter was the most disturbing thing he had ever seen. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the U.K. Daily Mail.]
True Catholics, Fr. Malachi Martin was a courageous priest, who, when he actually saw Satanism practiced in Paul VI-Montini's Newvatican, got out of the Jesuit Order, which by that time had been taken over by Communists practicing murderous "Liberation Theology." He then became an independent traditional Catholic priest (as he had been ordained) and moved to the United States, where he wrote several best-selling books exposing the diabolical corruption of Newchurch and appeared on numerous radio and television programs to explain the traditional Catholic Faith.