Who is the real enemy of the Catholic Church? by Ted Flynn | June 18, 2019 A friend of mine is a believer, and follows world events very closely. If you ask him his thoughts on a political subject, he can penetrate to what is being said, and what is going on behind the scenes from an erudite standpoint based on history, and modern political philosophy. He sees the divide among people is getting more intense, and feels like many, that violence is coming to the streets of America at some point in the future. Recently, I asked him who the real enemy is. Who is the wizard behind the curtain pulling the strings? He gave me a blank stare, stood back a step, and said, “That is a really good question.” He ventured a guess to satisfy the question and said, “The Democrats.” I said, “No, there is a malevolent dark force behind the curtain of humanity that people do not see.” The ancient Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu wrote a book approximately in the year 500 BC called The Art of War. It may not have had a subtitle then, but has one now, called, The Most Influential Book of Strategy in the World. The book has been used in councils of elders and war colleges for nearly 2,500 years, and is probably the most quoted book on war, peace, and combat in the history of the world, as it concerns military and social strategy. A definition of the book can be described in three sentences if you research it: “Know when to fight and when not to fight: avoid what is strong and strike at what is weak. Know how to deceive the enemy: appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak. Know your strengths and weaknesses; if you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” The pithy sayings dotted throughout the book are folklore to many, and deathly real to nations who have sought the book’s principles to maintain their relevance in the world. There is no book like it. It is a book about deception, which is not a laudatory practice for a person who professes a personal belief in Jesus Christ. But, as a nation state it is about survival of the fittest. It is weak nations that are invaded first. A few sayings are: All warfare is based upon deception. There are five essentials for victory: He will win who knows how to fight and when not to fight. He will win who knows how to handle both superior and inferior forces. He will win whose army is animated by the same spirit throughout all its ranks He will win who prepared himself, waits to take the enemy unprepared. He will win who has military capacity and is not interfered with by the sovereign. There is no instance of a country having benefitted from a prolonged war. Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak. If he is superior in strength, evade him. The worst strategy of all is to besiege walled cities. Infiltration and Operating in Stealth Sun Tzu provides a blueprint for aggressive nations to conquer, and those less able to maintain their own status quo, until ready for combat. It is a book of strategy to conquer. The historical reality of Sun Tzu is unmatched. Does this have relevance to the Roman Catholic Church and those looking to subvert its truth? The answer to the above question is yes, and to find out who is the real enemy of the Catholic Church. The enemy of the Church is Freemasonry. Masons have applied these principles of infiltration and operating in stealth, and hiding in the weeds, as well as in plain sight against the Church for the last several centuries. The barbarian is inside the gates. They have had enormous influence without the general population knowing their plans, and with clergy thinking they are some sort of boys club driving go karts for sick children and wearing funny looking hats. It is a profound lack of understanding of spiritual warfare and knowing how to fight your enemy that enables them to operate so efficiently. If one is intellectually and emotionally honest, they would have to ask, how did this apostasy in the Church happen? What is its origin? Was there an agenda? Is it a conspiracy theory? Is this the thinking of a disordered mind who believes this, or worse perpetrates a deceptive agenda like this on an unsuspecting public? It is a topic worthy of consideration. It is not heavily talked about for two main reasons. First, ignorance of its existence, and secondly, fear of retribution, thus one becomes marginalized socially, politically, or industrially. Masonry roots run far, wide, and deep, and it is deceptively portrayed as just a fraternal organization doing good works. Father Malachi Martin, in his novel of historical fiction, Windswept House, tells the story of a priest by the name of Gladstone who is summoned to the Vatican. He doesn’t know why at first. Father Gladstone is an amalgam of a man from a wealthy Galveston, Texas home. He is a man’s man, well bred, traveled, educated, with enormous personal and intellectual gifts. If he were at a cocktail party or dinner, Gladstone by virtue of his presence and savoir-faire (a person who knows what to do in almost any circumstance) would command the room. He is the type of person who can walk by a chess game between friends, look at the board for a second or two, and tell the friend to move the rook, take the knight, freezing the king. Checkmate. Find Out If It Is Organized? He is now in Rome meeting with the pope. Passing pleasantries, the pope then tells him the reason for the meeting. The reigning pope asks him to find out the intentions of these one world order people, the titans running the global show of power that the pope knows is anti-church. The pontiff knows they are evil men doing diabolical things. He then asks Father Gladstone the penetrating question, “Find out if it is organized.” Gladstone is commissioned to find the answer. Father Malachi Martin clearly understood the battle way in advance of others, and while alive, he was arguably the most controversial priest in the world. When Fr . Malachi Martin died, the title then went to Father Gruner who wrote on all things Fatima, and the diabolical forces in the world looking to undermine the Church. Both had many things in common. They both intimately understood Fatima and its extreme relevance to the Third Secret, and the necessity of the Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, as the Blessed Mother asked at Fatima. Diabolical Masonry, widespread apostasy, atheistic communism, and corrupt political institutions and governments are just a few both priests were intimately aware of. But, both knew above all, how Masonry had infiltrated inside the Church and was blocking what heaven was asking of mankind. Because of this, Fathers Martin and Gruner were vilified by many, and understood by few who thought their views extreme due to a naïve understanding how the corridors of power actually work. Their harshest critics came from inside the Church because they were so close to the truth, and the Vatican intrigue surrounding why certain things are not being done as Heaven has asked. As the saying goes, “You only take flak when you are above the target.” If you get too close to the unholy grail of Masonry, you will be attacked. You become an immediate threat to the establishment, and they will go to any extreme to discredit you. Both Father Martin and Father Gruner died believing the Consecration of Russia was not done by the Church, as it was asked by the Blessed Mother, in unison with all the bishops of the world — specifically mentioning Russia by name, as Our Lady asked. Not the consecration of the world, but Russia. Both priests knew intensely the battle inside the Church and its Masonic influence, even having their own Lodge in Rome called Propaganda Due (The P2 Lodge) . The rest of this article can be found in Signs & Wonders 29#1/2. Become a member today!