TradCatKnight Radio, “Why Didn’t Father Malachi Martin Reveal The Real 3rd Secret?
Talk given 6-14-18 (Aprx. 30 minutes)
And yes, that "stillness" is characteristic. Michael Topper writes:
The consciousness of that being is literally fed and magnified by the number and relative strength of the subordinate souls who have been voluntarily subsumed to the network. The greater the development of the psychic potentials of the individual who has been co-opted, the more "energy" he contributes to the whole system. The more psychic energy available to the "Commander" of the negative soul hierarchy, the greater his effective power to co-opt even more potent and more difficult to capture souls.
The "contributions of consciousness" consist effectively of the energy a soul would otherwise utilize to encompass objective knowledge. Each time they choose a lie over the effort required to dig down to the truth, or the effort required to adjust their own psyche to adapt to Truth, that "love" energy is effectively transferred to the individual who is producing the lie in which they are believing without effort on their part to ascertain its truth for themselves.
I agree completely. You probably noticed that I NEVER used the "name of Jesus" once during the entire process though I did invoke the Christ as a universal spirit of annointing of Light.
I'll tell you something else that really frustrated me during so many more or less ordinary "spirit release" sessions: the fact that more "souls" than I can count were in the condition of being "attached" and unable to move on in their natural cycle due to fears and false information inculcated by religious teachings! In fact, that was so persistent a problem that I think I may do a podcast on that alone. Sometimes I would be really angry to see the suffering of my TWO clients: the attached human in front of me, and his or her disoriented, frightened, attached "hitchhiker."
So much ignorance doing so much damage to so many...
I came across this recent incident in San Francisco with an interesting quote by the accused. Though there is very little informational background on the said individual. Almost a media hush at this time. Stay tuned!
Dismembered victim mourned as motive theory emerges in grisly SF killing
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Early life and education
According to court documents, starting in August 2017, Gonzales rented a room to Mamer and charged her only $400 per month after learning that Mamer had recently lost her home and fallen on hard times. However, by December, Gonzales became frustrated after things around the house started to go missing or were misplaced.
Gonzales allegedly asked Mamer to move out, but Mamer stayed in the apartment and around mid-April, Gonzales gave her a 30-day notice to leave. Mamer, however, did not leave, according to court documents.
Another roommate said that on May 15, when that roommate came home, Gonzales told them not to go in the bathroom. Later that evening, the roommate reported a “metallic” smell at the apartment and when they left to go to the store and returned, they smelled the scent of vinegar.
While being interviewed by police, Gonzales admitted that she got into an argument with Mamer on May 15 after the woman refused to move out of the apartment, Maldonado wrote.
“The defendant informed investigators that she thinks she ‘flipped,’ but didn’t have a ‘real recollection’ of what happened,” he wrote. “When asked what the defendant thought took place, the defendant replied ‘probably nothing good.’”
According to court documents, Gonzales was convicted in 2004 of assault with a deadly weapon after she struck a co-worker in the face with a metal object, fracturing the woman’s jaw and shattering her teeth. Gonzales served a year in San Francisco jail and was placed on five years’ probation afterward.
According to Lilien, Gonzales is a lifelong San Francisco resident and had lived at the 14th Street apartment for most of her life. She is set to return to court on July 14 and remains in custody without bail.
Ramirez was born in El Paso, Texas
, on February 29, 1960, the youngest of Julian and Mercedes Ramirez's five children.
His father, a Mexican national and former Juarez
policeman who later became a laborer on the Santa Fe railroad
was prone to fits of anger that often resulted in physical abuse.
As a child, Ramirez sustained two serious head injuries. When he was two years old a dresser
fell on top of him, causing a forehead laceration requiring 30 stitches to close.
When he was five years old, he was knocked unconscious by a swing
at a park,
after which he experienced frequent epileptic seizures
that persisted into his early teens.
As a 12-year-old he was strongly influenced by his older cousin, Miguel ("Mike"),
a decorated U.S. Army Green Beret combat veteran who often boasted of his gruesome
exploits during the Vietnam War
. He shared Polaroid
photos of his victims, including Vietnamese women he had raped
In some of the photos Mike posed with the severed head of a woman he had abused.
Ramirez, who had smoked marijuana
since the age of 10, bonded with Mike over joints and gory war stories.
Mike taught his young cousin some of his military skills, such as killing with stealth and surety.
Around this time, Ramirez began to seek escape from his father's violent temper by sleeping in a local cemetery.
Ramirez, or "Richie", as he was known to his family, was present on May 4, 1973, when his cousin Mike fatally shot his wife, Jessie, in the face with a .38 caliber revolver during a domestic argument.
After the shooting Richie became sullen and withdrawn from his family and peers. Later that year, he moved in with his older sister, Ruth, and her husband, Roberto, an obsessive "peeping Tom"
who took Richie along on his nocturnal exploits.
Ramirez also began using LSD
and cultivated an interest in Satanism
On April 10, 1984, 9-year-old Mei Leung was found murdered in a hotel basement, where Ramirez was living, in the Tenderloin
district of San Francisco. The girl had been raped, beaten and stabbed to death, and her body was found hanging from a pipe.
This, his first known killing, was not initially identified as being connected to the crime spree. In 2009, Ramirez's DNA was matched to DNA obtained at the crime scene.
In 2016, officials disclosed evidence of a second suspect, identified through a DNA sample retrieved from the crime scene, who is believed to have been present at Leung's murder. Described as being a juvenile at the time, authorities have not publicly identified the suspect, and have not brought charges due to the lack of evidence.
Born in 1945, Leonard Lake was raised by his grandmother in San Francisco. As a child, he developed an obsession with pornography and engaged in sex acts, including taking nude photos, with his own sisters. Allegedly, grandma encouraged this behavior.
Lake also captured and dissolved small animals in chemicals. He’d later use that technique to dispose of human bodies.
After joining the Marine Corps in 1964,
Lake did two tours of duty in Vietnam, and was diagnosed by military doctors as suffering from schizoid personality disorder. He received a medical discharge in 1971.
Throughout the next decade, Lake bounced around the Bay Area hippie scene, developing a taste for sadomasochistic sex and crafting his own homemade porn movies. Lake also grew obsessed with The Collector
, a 1963 novel by John Fowles about a mild-mannered clerk who collects butterflies before switching his attention to a female art student whom he abducts and keeps in captivity.
In 1981, by way of an ad in a war games magazine, Lake met another fanatical devotee of The Collector
: Charles Ng.
Charles Chitat Ng:
On December 24, 1960, Charles Chitat Ng was born to a wealthy family in Hong Kong. Despite continuously causing trouble during his early life, Ng came to California on a student visa in 1978.
Shortly thereafter, police arrested Ng for a hit-and-run car accident. He slipped through the cracks, though, by joining the Marines
with fake identification papers. But Ng could not control his penchant for stealing. In 1979, military police nabbed Ng for trying to walk off with automatic weapons. He did three years in Leavenworth Prison.
Once Ng got out of the joint and hooked up with Lake, he moved into the older man’s cabin, which was located deep in the northern California woods. Lake’s parents had given him the rural home and its surrounding acreage as a gift. He further tricked out the property by building a “dungeon”
right next to the residence.
Together, Lake and Ng indulged in their shared passions for pornography, weapons, and home-video equipment. In short order, they would utilize all three on a vile and horrifying spree of sexual sadism and homicide they deemed “Operation Miranda.” (Very Disturbing Materiel)
Malachi Martin, about Catholic Orthodoxy
Published on Feb 8, 2018
Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr._ The Fight over Catholic Orthodoxy April 22, 1980 / 59:15