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To whom was KNOCK Addressed?
St John the Baptist Church at Knock had an inscription on the west wall that read:
‘My house shall be called the house of prayer to all nations. This is the gate of the Lord: the just shall enter into it.’
Knock then was a link ‘to all nations’. There was also something unique as regards those that witnessed it. Unlike the Marion apparitions of the times -Lourdes-one: La Salette-two, and later Fatima-three, usually children, eighteen people were granted the sight at Knock, aged between six and seventy-five. Here is a second sign that the vision was meant for the special attention of all those that would heed it.
Delving back into history we find that in response to Cromwell’s campaign to destroy the Christian Kingdom of Ireland, the Catholic Ecclesiastical Congregation of the Kingdom of Ireland met at Clonmacnoise on the 4th of December 1649, and issued a Motu Proprio, warning Catholics not to be deceived by those supposedly acting in the name of God (See, for example, Tom Reilly, Cromwell, Brandon Books, Dublin, 1999, pp.292-3). Given the universal nature of a proprio motu, i.e., a message for ‘all nations’, we feel there is a continuity and connection between the three elements mentioned here.
Why was it silent?
In the plan of God for men, He set up many a hierarchy: one being a chain of communication between God, the Pope, a King, down to the peasants scattered throughout the kingdom. Such a link began when Constantine placed his kingdom into the society intended by Christ. Later the Pope would crown the King of the Franks with divine approval. The Pope would represent heaven, taking his authority from God Himself. The king would take his authority from the Pope and so on down to the common people. Rome in turn made provision for this hierarchy by providing a special place at Church Councils for those kings loyal to God, the Church, the Pope and his definitions, declarations and social instructions.
Responding to heaven’s challenge to Satan’s dominion, in a master plan from hell, the earthly Illuminati would devote themselves to eliminating this worldwide Christian society. To sever this relationship all one had to do was remove the temporal kingship and whole nations could be lured into apostasy just as whole peoples were Christianised through king and country. Braking this crucial link between God and His people was the first step in Satan’s counter-offensive in the war of Genesis 3:15.
If we skip over the history of this grand victory of Satan’s temporal army of Talmudic Freemasons and schemers, it is suffice to know that at Vatican I in 1870, only one kingdom; that of Portugal, sat in the royal box giving public witness to their remaining loyalty to God and Pope. The symbolic end of God’s terrestrial Principalities occurred when the Pope had to surrender to the freemasonic forces laying siege to last of the Vatican states by raising the white flag of surrender in 1870, 40 years after Our Lady predicted the date in her message to St Catherine Laboure in 1830. The timing here was deliberate, for it interrupted the Council itself, preventing God knows how many definitions of faith that might have thwarted the freemasonic-led Modernists that were emerging at the time. What is not commonly known is that the Freemasons claimed complete victory in their centuries old war when Giuseppe Garibaldi actually sat on the chair of Peter vacated by Pius IX.
We interpret the silence of the vision and the fact that it was elevated off the land, neither of the earth nor of heaven, to the fact that the traditional means of communication between God and His people, that is, through the hierarchy between God, Pope and king down to the common people, had by then been eliminated by Talmudic freemasonry. It is Interesting to note that the apparition of Our Lady of Hope at Pontmain, France, in the same year (1870) was also silent. In that case however, letters in the sand were provided by which the children spelled out the message. But there was no communication at all at Knock.
This interpretation is not affected by the fact that in 1917 there was a ‘speaking’ intervention between heaven and a multitude on earth, for Fatima is in Portugal, the last remaining kingdom present at the council, the one land where such a public communication might take place.
Now there may be some who would contend that the endless series of ‘Marian’ visions at Mudjugorje shows this assertion to be untrue. But Medjugorje of the ‘lying wonders’ is not Catholic and therefore is not from heaven but movies from hell. The ‘visions’ of Mudjugorje, if true, allegedly began on the masonic hour on the feast of of St. John the Baptist (June 24th 1981), the adopted patron of freemasonry with its passion for symbols and secret signs. Satan, we know, or should know, will do whatever it takes to spread relevant error. In this case he has attracted millions of Catholics (and many non-Catholics) to this place, gets them on their knees praying, confessing, fasting or whatever, and then delivers to them a large slice of false Talmudic democracy, ecumenism and error. Documented evidence, as well as personal conversation with some that regularly went there and who found this out for themselves, has convinced us that there is on offer here from ‘the Virgin’, the hoary old freemasonic idea that all religions must be moulded into one universal religion, the ‘all roads lead to heaven’ belief, for we all supposedly have the same God. In other words there is a rejection here of the dogma that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church. This ideology of course flies in the face of Fatima where Our Lady called for prayers for the conversion of all sinners. With God there cannot be any contradictions, so faithful Catholics must reject all such contradictions. The popularity of this place, with its supposed daily contact to heaven and its seductive nature according to the new order of Vatican II, is however enough to convince most to turn a blind eye to its heretical promulgations and all that supposedly goes on there. Such is the art of satanic deceit.
The next step is to try to interpret the ‘message’. We must now consider the significance of the figures involved and the positions or stances they take. Let us first ask why the two St Johns are included in the apparition, one because the church is in his name and the other because he is included in the apparition. These saints, combined, had a pivotal role in setting up the greatest mystery of them all, the Church of Christ, and this is why freemasonry, the masters of imitation and symbols chose the two, not one, as patrons when building their own temple to the natural son. Their presence indicates it is the Church that is represented by the vision (and why the instigator of their ultimate victory against the Church, the spiritually unprotected pastoral council called Vatican II (Both Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI refused to give it their endorsement of papal infallibility), had to be a Pope John, and a false prophet to boot, this could explain why any man elected pope would choose the name of an anti-pope of the past in Pope John XXIII? St John the Evangelist, who gave us the Apocalypse, is instructing us with his gesture, and the book in his hand is the source of this instruction.
Next there is St Joseph, a ‘son of David’, as we know from the Gospels, making him a Melchisedech priest (even though St Joseph never used his priesthood), and whose status was completed by divine Providence at Vatican I making him Patron of the Universal Church. Again we see the vision represents the whole Church. He, like the Lamb on the altar is isolated, almost ‘out of the picture’ so to speak, and this was confirmed when that black line was later revealed, separating the vision into two frames. In other words, the Melchisedech priesthood of the Church is here ‘outside’, just as the vision itself was placed ‘outside’ the Church of St John the Baptist.
Then we have Mary and the Lamb. Unusual, if not unique in an image of Mary and her Son is that in this case, like Joseph in the vision. who is separated by a dark line, the two are separated by St. John. Mary wears the rose and crown, symbols of those Principalities now lost. In other words she is now representing the lost Kingdoms, she being the unshakable Queen of the earth. Our Lady is looking to heaven, her hands raised as Advocate or Orante, that is, in the manner of a priest during the Canon of the Mass, pleading, as she does, to her Son to avert a great chastisement or calamity, like that to comer, Vatican II and its aftermath. Separated from Mary and the priests of the vision is the Lamb, representing the Sacrifice, the Mass of all time.
So, it can be seen that within this scene set up at Knock there are a few aspects that dominate any allegorical interpretation. (1) The Mass, or the Priesthood, is the dominant theme; both of these are isolated, set apart in a manner. (2) The Message is being delivered by St John the Evangelist, author of the Book of Revelation, the Book of Prophecy; the Book predicting a great apostasy incorporating the beast, the forces of freemasonry. Five Papal Bulls have been directed against it by name, in 1738, 1751, 1821, 1826, 1864, and Pope Leo XIII would warn the Catholic world against it in Humanum Genus within five years (1884).
So, let us now cross over the battlefield and take a look at the forces that Mary and Christ were fighting.
Now while the Church has never officially interpreted the apparition at Knock, the Freemasons, who know the state of the war of Genesis 3:15 far better than even the most learned Catholic, had their own image of things at that time. This is the famous three headed snake, symbols of equilibrium, a balanced ladder, two of the serpent’s heads are held high in victory, one with the sword and one with the kingly crowns, depicting their victory over the Christian kingdoms of the world for all to see. The third head however, with its papal tiara, is not yet held high, for it represents the priesthood (and the Mass), which, at the time, as Fr Cavanagh had demonstrated with his 100th Mass, had not yet been undermined and usurped. The battle of Principalities and Powers had been only half won, but the serpent was already wearing the tiara in expectation.
Knock, I believe (my grandfather and his family having been born Catholics in Connacht, making me a descendant Galatian with a right to read Knock’s allegory) is responding to the state of warfare of the time. It warns us of a pending chastisement, far worse than the Flood or anything of a mere temporal nature. St John was warning the faithful what was in store for Christianity and the world. The Melchisedech priesthood and the true Catholic sacrifice of the Mass were in danger of being isolated, removed from the faithful as a whole. Mary, wearing the crown that now depended on her and Portugal (the remnant), pleads with God to spare the world from the greatest of all disasters.
Freemasons knew that attack the priesthood and one attacks the true Sacrifice, the sacraments, and most of the temporal conduits of grace, the very means of sustenance necessary for Christ’s faithful to hold the faith in every way. An attack on the true Mass then is a way to destroy the priesthood. If heaven was trying to put us in touch with the signs of the times, this vision warned of the collapse of the second target of freemasonry, the battle of Powers, the priesthood of Melchisedech, and that this would be done by deceit, when the lamb that looks like the Lamb, will in fact be the dragon that is, the Novus Ordo, just as the Protestant ‘mass’ was used to eliminate the last vestige of Catholicity from the Reformers of the sixteenth century. This vision at Knock can be said to be a warning to all the nations of the world, ‘to undeceive those in their ungrounded hopes and expectations’, as the Motu Proprio of 1649 said, that what may be done in the name of God is not always as it seems.
Could any words better describe the situation that emerged at Vatican II and which is now present among Catholics worldwide? Cromwell, it is said, destroyed more beautiful things than any man before him. Here again we can draw an analogy between him and Vatican II, for it surpassed even Cromwell by destroying far more beautiful things throughout all Christendom. Leaving aside the traditional Latin Mass, all the old devotions, the teachings, catechetics and prayers, the vestments, the priestly and nun’s habits and clerical cloths, we had in line with Cromwell a thing called ‘re-ordering’ whereby they destroyed great cathedrals and parish churches, abandoned millions of sacramentals and books, and have not ceased their destruction yet, still selling off countless redundant convents, religious houses, and Church property. Looking back on the vision today we can now get a better understanding of its warning, for it has come to pass, the destruction of the true priesthood en masse.
An allegorical interpretation of Knock can then be taken as a warning that the battle for the priesthood was imminent. Extrapolating backwards; signs of this final battle become manifest in the words of many men. In his book Pio Nono, (Pope Pius IX -1846-1878), E.E.Y Hales quotes the Freemason Mazzoni aspiring to ‘a new consecration of external right; a third world arising upon the ruins of two worlds extinct.’ By this he meant the arising of a new world order in the wake of the other two great Empires, the Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire. Speaking to the priest Lamennais, a would-be reformer whom Mazzini had hoped to recruit, he said: -
‘The condemnation of the Papacy is decreed, not by us, but by God, by God who now calls upon the People to arise and found a new unity, embracing the two spheres of temporal and spiritual power…In our epoch humanity will forsake the Pope, and have recourse to a General Council of the Church – that is to say – of all believers – a council which will be alike Council of the Church and Constituent Assembly…’
And that is where we are at now.