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Title: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Incredulous on August 01, 2020, 12:08:00 AM


In all the discussion about Fr. Pfieffer's supposed consecration one key point has been overlooked.

The man who psychologically controls Fr. Pfeiffer is the ex-lay exorcist, "Pablo the Mexican".

This forum has archived rheems of information about strange and occult behavior of Father's sidekick.
Much of the evidence and testimony indicates that Pablo practices Santeria, or pseudo Catholic Voodoo.

Dog and chicken sacrifices, animal remains burnt in bonfires, ashes deposited in the food of the unsuspecting.
Curses and malefices from the Mexican are all part of the action at Pfeifferville.

Once again, we see evidence of Santeria in an excerpt of Pablo's mocking introduction from his latest video: "A new Bishop!"

"This is a privately held site; the owners are members of Local 469 Plumbers & Steamfitters Union.
These videos are dedicated to Our Lady and Poor Lazarus."

Poor Lazarus or Babalu Aye, is a prominent figure in the Santerian cult (see below).

Notes:

1. If you want more background on Santeria, here's a link to get you going: Fusion of the gods (https://youtu.be/XtrsLGzjaNA).

2. Father Amorth's "Six types of demonic activity" explains the warlock's curse activity: Six signs of demonic activity (https://francismary.org/spiritual-warfare-6-types-of-extraordinary-demonic-activity/)

       




Babalu Aye ~ Saint Lazarous (https://orishaashe.com/store/babalu-aye/)

Babalu Aye, San Lazaro, Azojano is one of the most loved, respected, feared and venerated Orishas in the Cuban Santeria tradition.

Babalu Aye is the Orisha who reigns over all matter related to health, psychical and spiritual.

Babalu Aye is the protector of the sick, the weak, the hurt, the injured.

Babalu Aye is a miraculous and humble Orisha, the Orisha of healing and disease.

Babalu Aye appears as a sick man with sores and trembling arms and legs that is why it is syncretized with Saint Lazarus in the Cuban Santeria tradition.

(https://i1.wp.com/orishaashe.com/store/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Babalu-Aye2-186x300.jpg?resize=186%2C300) (https://i1.wp.com/orishaashe.com/store/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Babalu-Aye2.jpg)
Babalu Aye teaches compassion, love, and responsibility.

Babalu Aye is worshipped and respected for all the miracles he performs, he is particularly known for his healing powers.

Babalu Aye is accompanied by two dogs and wears cloth made of burlap with purple adornments.

In the Lukumi tradition, Babalu Aye was punished by Olofi (God) with sickness & afflictions. He lost his health, riches & prosperity for not having good character and for being disobedient. Babalu Aye’s trials on earth are a lesson of humility; perseverance, integrity, and good character.

Babalu Aye is also the protector of all animals, especially dogs. Dogs were his only companion (besides Elegua) when he was suffering his trials & tribulations.

Babalu Aye is loving but stern, no one wants to be on his bad side and meet his wrath. Bablu Aye is loved, respected and feared.

Babalu Aye’s colors are royal purple, yellow and brown. His sacred number is 17. Burlap is sacred to him and used in his offerings & items made for him.

December 17th is a day we honor Babalu Aye, many celebrations are done on December 16th waiting for midnight.

In the Santeria tradition, the ceremonial for worshiping Babalu Aye is called The Awan

In this ceremony, Babalu Aye is placed next to a basket lined with burlap material with offerings are placed around it. At nighttime, the lights go down, the only lighting used are the candles, everyone gathers around the basket and cleanse each one with the contents of the plates to remove negativity, for protection, health, and prosperity. After cleansing, the items are cast into the main basket.

(https://i2.wp.com/orishaashe.com/store/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/babaluawan5-300x236.jpg?resize=300%2C236) (https://i0.wp.com/orishaashe.com/store/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/babaluawan5.jpg)
This ceremony brings the Ashe of Babalu Aye to the lives of those present.
Babalu Aye represents health and sickness, humility and pride, abundance and scarcity, love and fear.


Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: JBeam on August 01, 2020, 02:58:32 AM
Very detailed and interesting insight on this cult.
No wonder the Mex’s in full control at pfeifferland.

I tried giving you a Thumbs Up but the Santeria in this site IS blocking it.

Anyway here’s one to you 👍
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Ladislaus on August 01, 2020, 08:07:55 AM
No wonder the Mex’s in full control at pfeifferland.

I can't imagine anything short of this that would cause Pablo to have so much influence and control ... apart from his having blackmail material on Fr. Pfeiffer.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Croixalist on August 01, 2020, 09:50:28 AM
How about the part proceeding it:

Quote from: Mesoamerican Cacodemon
Not made for children
Pablo the Mexican Productions, in affiliation with Big Rhino and 10 Year Old Girl Productions.
 

Just burn it with fire already.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: SimpleMan on August 01, 2020, 10:20:12 AM
"Babalu" was the signature song of Desi Arnaz, and it was a reference to Babalu Aye.

The name of Quick Draw McGraw's sidekick, Baba Looey, also comes from this.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Matthew on August 01, 2020, 10:51:06 AM
Pablo was banned from the Arizona SSPX chapel decades ago, due to his behavior there (verbally abusing parishioners in the parking lot, yelling at old ladies, etc.)

For decades, well before the Resistance, Pablo had a couple nicknames among those who knew him:

Pablo el Brujo (Pablo the warlock)
Pablo el Diablo (needs no translation!)

I got testimony of these nicknames from an individual of irreproachable character.

But everything I've seen and heard from/about Pablo in the past 8 years has only proven these nicknames to be true!
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Incredulous on August 01, 2020, 11:39:46 AM
I can't imagine anything short of this that would cause Pablo to have so much influence and control ... apart from his having blackmail material on Fr. Pfeiffer.
Lads,

I guess they didn’t teach this at the SSPX seminary?

Please read Father Amorth’s link that I posted above on the “Six Signs of Demonic Activity”.

Father Pfeiffer suffers from demonic subjugation and dependence on Pablo.

Everyone who has any direct experience with the Pfeiffer farm scene knows Father can’t give up Pablo.

Their relationship is unnatural.

Father Amorth just provides traditional Church teachings on the occult which allows exorcists to categorize and understand such supernatural phenomena.

Father Pfeiffer’s bishopric directly benefits the Mexican and his PayPal queen who runs their chapel franchises.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Miseremini on August 01, 2020, 12:18:40 PM
"Babalu" was the signature song of Desi Arnaz, and it was a reference to Babalu Aye.

The name of Quick Draw McGraw's sidekick, Baba Looey, also comes from this.
English words to his song.  Just watched it on youtube  .....it's scary.
Babalu
Babalu
Babalu aye
Babalu aye
Babalu
Jungle drums were badly beating
In the glare of eerie lights:
While the natives kept repeating
Ancient jungle rites.
All at once the dusky warriors began to
Raise their arms to skies above
A a native stepped forward to chant to
his Voodoo Godess of love.
Ah!

CHORUS
Great Babalu!
I 'm so lost and forsaken
Ah, great Babalu
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Venantius0518 on August 01, 2020, 12:32:13 PM

Pablo el Brujo (Pablo the warlock)
Pablo el Diablo (needs no translation!)

I got testimony of these nicknames from an individual of irreproachable character.
I can attest to this, from someone who was there and knows pablo very well.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Venantius0518 on August 02, 2020, 07:33:19 PM
For those who don't remember:

https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/the-devil-and-mr-hernandez-6418725 (https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/the-devil-and-mr-hernandez-6418725)

(https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-yBF0JMbGhbg/Vv1mMq836lI/AAAAAAAABlM/fld_sQJw3XoTnlvQoGaVfUSxnszTuLLrA/s400/pablo.jpg)
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Francisco on August 17, 2020, 06:34:44 AM
But doesn't Fr Pfeiffer get any graces from the Masses he celebrates to overcome any preternatural influences in his life?
He also has a priest brother . Has he not noticed or said anything?
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Venantius0518 on August 17, 2020, 07:52:32 AM
But doesn't Fr Pfeiffer get any graces from the Masses he celebrates to overcome any preternatural influences in his life?
He also has a priest brother . Has he not noticed or said anything?
Do graces flow from a mass of the obsessed/possessed?
.
Fr. Joe Pfeiffer and Fr. Tim Pfeiffer don't really speak anymore.  Fr. TP does not approve of his brother's activities.
.
What I don't understand is how or why Mr. And Mrs Pfeiffer put up with Fr. JP's actions, unless pablo has threatened or is in control of them.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Stubborn on August 17, 2020, 07:55:57 AM
English words to his song.  Just watched it on youtube  .....it's scary.
Yikes, that is scary!
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: RevolveBooks on August 17, 2020, 08:43:21 AM
With regards to speculating on why the elder Pfeiffers and extended family (with the exception of the 3 brothers who left Kentucky) support the operation, I believe it goes back to the infallible belief in the so-called "prophecy" that Baby Joseph Pfeiffer would "be a bishop".  And several years ago the patriarch deeded his land over to Fr. Joe so they don't really own the farm anymore.  And Mr. H and Mrs. B are the administrators of the entire operation.  

Unapproved prophecy can be so dangerous to souls.

Can you imagine Ambrose and Fr Joe bumping into each other at the airport?  I'd love to be a fly on the wall.  How do they greet one another?
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: Ladislaus on August 17, 2020, 11:05:21 AM
Can you imagine Ambrose and Fr Joe bumping into each other at the airport?  I'd love to be a fly on the wall.  How do they greet one another?

With mutual excommunications and anathemas no doubt.
Title: Re: Bishup Pfeiffer's Santeria warlock
Post by: mystang89 on August 17, 2020, 05:33:53 PM
Was the person that was chanting in that video Pablo? It didn't look like him from the last time I saw him.