Pope share Junkers dream for Europe

The Pope and the EU Commisionaire share the vision of a border free Europe, as the Pope is awarded the Charlemagne price.

The idea of a border free Europe has been shared by totalitaran rulers since the Roman Empire.
The idea of a border free Europe has been shared by totalitaran rulers since the Roman Empire. Also the present EU-commisionair and the Jesuit Pope.

“I dream of a Europe that is young, still capable of being a mother: a mother who has life because she respects life and offers hope for life. I dream of a Europe that cares for children, that offers fraternal help to the poor and those newcomers seeking acceptance because they have lost everything,” he said.

The Pope is awarded the Charlemagne prize, named after th seond Holy Roman emperor of Europe.
The Pope is awarded the Charlemagne prize, named after th seond Holy Roman emperor of Europe.

He expressed his desire for a Europe “where being a migrant is not a crime but a summons to greater commitment on behalf of the dignity of every human being,” and where youth can “breathe the pure air of honesty” in a culture that is “undefiled by the insatiable needs of consumerism.”

The Pope said he also longed for a culture in which “getting married and having children is a responsibility and a great joy, not a problem due to the lack of stable employment. I dream of a Europe of families, with truly effective policies concentrated on faces rather than numbers, on birth rates more than rates of consumption.”

“I dream of a Europe that promotes and protects the rights of everyone, without neglecting its duties towards all,” he said, and voiced his hope for a Europe “of which it will not be said that its commitment to human rights was its last utopia.”
Pope Francis received the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen inside the Vatican’s Sala Regia as an award for his for efforts toward the unification of Europe – an event which drew leaders from across Europe to discuss the state of the European Union.

Founded in 1950 by Dr. Kurt Pfeiffer, the Charlemagne Prize is “the oldest and best-known prize awarded for work done in the service of European unification,” according to the organization’s website.

The Pope also stressed the importance of cultural integration, rather than merely resettling foreigners geographically, allowing European peoples to overcome “the temptation of falling back on unilateral paradigms and opting for forms of ideological colonization.”

The Church also has a role to play in this regard through her mission of proclaiming the Gospel and binding the wounds of humanity, Francis said, adding that that the effort Christians put toward full unity is “a great sign of the times and a response to the Lord’s prayer that they may all be one.”

Source: Catholic News Agency (CNA)

My community:

Charlemagne was the head of the second Holy Roman Empire, and the successor of Ceasar in Rome. The imperial idea was later shared by other dictators, like Napoleon and Hitler. The Nazi-leader the claimed head of the “Third reich”, who believed he would reign in the Millennium kingdom, to last 1.000 years.

Today the Pope and EU commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker are the successors of the Romans. The  are the claimed successors of Ceasar.  Junker and the Pope are in need of each other.  The political empire and the religious empire have common interests. If they can control both the political system and the faith of the multitudes, they will be in absolute control of the continent. A new World order will eventually be in place.

That the elite seems to have learned close to nothing about the errors of the pasts, is symptomatic.  Man is in his human nature noting but a fool. History repeats it self. In the name of “humanism” disasters and misery will again hit millions of people.

The Pope claim that ” the gospel must be preached”. Excuse me. The Pontiff has in the abobe messages proven that he neither understand, nor is he interested in the messages from Zion and Jerusalem.  Stay away from this antichrist.

May Jesus the Messiah have mercy on all decived souls.

Written by Ivar

The hunt for the skull and bones of Holy Roman emperor

The skull of Charlemagne is kept in a bust in the Roman Catholic ‪Cathedral of Aachen in‬ West Germany.

The bust with the holy skull of the sucessor of Ceasar, beutified by the Pope.

Charlemagne (/ˈʃɑːrlᵻmeɪn/; 2 April 742/747/748[1] – 28 January 814), also known as Charles the Great (Latin: Carolus or Karolus Magnus) or Charles I, was King of the Franks. He united most of Western Europe during the early Middle Ages and laid the foundations for modern France and Germany.

The skull of Charlemagne and some bones were located inside this bust

Part of Charlemagne’s skull is kept in this ornate bust at the Cathedral of Aachen in‬ West Germany. The Cathedral Treasury in Aachen is regarded as one of the most important ecclesiastical treasuries in northern Europe. Pilgrims are able to see some of the relics every seven years when they are displayed.

He took the Frankish throne in 768 and became King of Italy from 774. From 800, he became the first Holy Roman Emperor — the first recognized emperor in Western Europe since the fall of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier. While Charlemagne already ruled his kingdom without the help of the Pope, recognition from the pontiff granted him divine legitimacy in the eyes of his contemporaries.

The Shrine of St. Mary rests in the choir of the church and dates from 1220-1239. Adorned with the figures of Christ, Mary, Charlemagne, Pope Leo III and the Twelve Apostles, the shrine contains the four great Aachen relics: St. Mary’s cloak, Christ’s swaddling clothes, St. John the Baptist’s beheading cloth and Christ’s loincloth.

Charlemagne himself was accorded sainthood inside the Holy Roman Empire after the twelfth century. His canonisation by Antipope Paschal III, to gain the favour of Frederick Barbarossa in 1165, was never recognised by the Holy See, which annulled all of Paschal’s ordinances at the Third Lateran Council in 1179. His name does not appear among the 28 saints named Charles who are listed in the Roman Martyrology. However, his beatification has been acknowledged as cultus confirmed and is celebrated on 28 January.

The bones of Charlemagne was discovered in his coffin. That may seem obvious, but given how often he was exhumed and reburied and parts of him given away as relics.

Source: Wikipedia.

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First three more photos:

Knochen von Karl dem Großen
Bones from Charlemagne’s golden casket in Aachen Cathedral in Germany likely do belong to the warrior-king, say Swiss and German scientists who have studied the remains for 26 years.
Inside the golden coffin of Charlegagne in Germany, they found his bones.
Emperor Charlemagne. Like a golden calf, he is worshiped by Roman Catholics.

Why hunt for the skull and bones of an ancient ruler of central Europe?

The bones are required in the process of canonization. A Roman Catholic bishop has to examine them, and give a report to the Pope. Charlemagne was helping the Pope to create the cult of relics. Ironically the Holy Roman emperor became a relic him self.

This is recored by an online magazine.

The Antipope Paschal III canonized Charlemagne, and the Holy Roman emperor has been accepted for beatification by the Bishop of Rome. This is only one step from being declared a “saint”.

Charlemagne ruled with the blessings of the Pope in his time, Pope Leo III.  When the Pope was forced to leave Rome because of a public revolt, the emperor brought the papacy back to the “capital of the Holy Roman empire”.  By coming to the rescue of the pope, Charlemagne was conceded to be the successor of the Roman Emperor.  His empire lasted 1.000 years, and was consider by Hitler as the second reich.

For all evangelical Christians, the rule of Charlemagne is a proof of the papacy being the successor of Ceasar, having its origin in paganism.  The “Holy see” is not at all based on an apostolic succession of the apostles of Jesus the Messiah.

In 800 A.D, the alliance between Charlemagne and the papacy was the beginning of the end of Celtic Christianity.  The celts were ruling i the Brittanic kingdom of Normandie, in parts of the Irish peninsula and ancient Scotland. These Christians followed the Jewish calendar, celebrated the Biblical feasts, and refused to bow before the papacy.

The priests of Charlemagne removed the Celts from offices in central Europe. The onslaught of the Viking norsemen weakened the Celtic Church on the islands in the West. After a war that lasted 100 years, the Roman Catholic Church had replaced Biblical Christianity in the courts of all kings. The true Messianic faith continued as a badly bruised and persecuted Church of the people. Faithful Christians were a part of an underground movement for 400 years, up till the days of the protestant reformation.  The gates of Hell did not prevail against the Church of Jesus, despite endless pogroms and Roman Catholic inquisitions.

Written by Ivar

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