In 1987, Mr. Gary Giuffre of Houston, Texas, portrait artist and model maker, “cracked the case’ on what happened at the “scene of the crime” — at the hi-jacked conclave of 1958. The crime happened on October 26, 1958. shortly after 5:55 PM (Rome time) when white smoke billowed from the Sistine chapel for a full five minutes, indicating that a Pope had been elected, had accepted, and had taken a name. But no Pope emerged.
Two days later, Angelo Roncalli as John XXIII emerged on the balcony to the wild cheers of the international media, which dubbed this man “Good Pope John”.
But at that moment a jarring turn — a ninety decree turn — began to take place within the structures of the Catholic Church. A turn towards sacrilege, heresy, schism and repudiation of the Church’s history and tradition, which would be fully manifested at the Second Vatican Council (a false council, held from 1962-1965) and in its aftermath.
Mr. Giuffre uncovered the mechanism by which the enemies brought about the Eclipse of the Church, long prophesied, and long written about by scholars. Below are 7 articles that should be must reading for every adult, as well as how to find Mr. Giuffre’s three interviews with Mrs. Judith Sharpe of Isoc.ws
Mr. Gary Giuffre Interview with Judith Sharpe:
“The Vitiated Conclave of 1958: Enabling Act for the Eclipse of the Church”
For Parts 1 & 2 of Judith Sharpe’s interview with Gary Giuffre, “The Vitiated Conclave of 1958: Enabling Act for the Eclipse of the Church” go to the ISOC.ws home page:
Part three will be up from November 4 to December 1, 2019 on the home page at: Isoc.net
Crises in the Catholic Church — 1958 to Present
Here are the most important articles you should read if you are interested in this subject. I have listed the articles in the order that I suggest they might be read.
An Ominous Anniversary — October 26, 2008
See Update Immediately Below: “Grave Reasons of State”
Grave Reasons of State
(a 2015 update of “An Ominous Anniversay”, full color brochure published
by Chiesa Viva magazine, founded by the late Fr. Villa.)
The Pastoral Council
by Gary Giuffre
This article is must reading, and forms a kind of companion article with the one linked below it, “Did Vatican II Teach Infallibly”, by Mr. John Daly.
This article, “The Pastoral Council” by Mr. Gary Giuffre, documents that the pastoral and dogmatic aspects of a General Ecumenical Council are not opposed to each other in any way, but are always complementary. That “Pastoral Council” does not mean we can have all the heresy we want, as has sometimes been inadvertently implied or assumed by some defending Vatican Council II — but rather that “pastoral” is defined as how best to bring the teachings of the Church to the faithful and the world in any given era. Every General Council is Pastoral, and every General Council is also dogmatic, i.e. will be free from errors on faith and morals. (Two of the 16 documents of Vatican II were classified as Dogmatic Constitutions, namely Lumen Gentium and Dignitatis Humanae, and both of these had errors on faith and morals in them.)
Mr. Giuffre also shows that in the final decree promulgating the documents of Vatican II on December 8, 1965, Paul VI unmistakably uses language which attempts to binds\ ALL Catholics to EVERYTHING that was synodally decreed at Vatican II.
(In the second article linked below, by John Daly, Mr. Daly shows that while Paul VI, as well as the relevant footnote found in the Dogmatic Constitution, Lumen Gentium, both state that there were no extraordinary definitions at Vatican Council II, but that both also claim that the documents of the Second Vatican Council came under the second aspect of the Church’s infallibility, namely, the “ordinary and universal magisterium.”
For once Council documents are ratified by a true Pope, they enter the “daily life of the Church” forever, and can be trusted by the faithful regarding any matters touching on Faith and Morals.) But the documents of Vatican II contained both heresy and false moral teaching, proving that Paul VI was a false pope, an anti-pope, and that the bishops at Vatican II were without their head (the true Pope).
Did Vatican II Teach Infallibly?
By John Daly
This is an excellent article showing that Vatican Council II fulfilled all the conditions for infallibility, but still taught falsely in its official documents on Faith and Morals in several places. Conclusion: the Council was without its head, i.e., the man who signed and promulgated the Vatican II Documents purporting to be Pope, namely Paul VI, was in fact an antipope and did not have the protection of the Holy Ghost promised to true Popes in such circumstances.