RAD TRAD Crazies! Tradition, Family and Property Association Made Pack With Satan To Kill Pope Francis!

This Secret Catholic Exorcist Cult in Brazil Is Making a Deal With the Devil

In death, Dr. Plinio is said to be in close contact with Satan, who supposedly can be channeled by Brazilian exorcists. He also apparently rules the so-called afterlife to such an extent that his followers are convinced he controls climate change and is working toward the death of Pope Francis, according to Andrea Tornielli, who writes the Vatican Insider blog, and has published a series of articles outlining this saga worthy of a Dan Brown bestseller.

By getting rid of Pope Francis, some of the doctor’s followers believe, the way would be open for the Catholic Church to elect a more conservative leader in line with their more traditional practices.

TFP Split Into Two Groups: TFP & Reunión Sacerdotes Heraldos

After Dr. Plinio died in 1995, the TFP broke into two groups. One retains the TFP name and supports the recent claims of dubia or doubts launched against Pope Francis, which are supported by American Cardinal Raymond Burke. The other group, known as the Heralds of the Gospel, was founded by Monsignor João Scognamiglio Clá Dias and allegedly takes part in cult worship.

The extent of Plinio’s supernatural proclaimed by Dias (or at least the extent to which his followers exalt him for that perceived power) is the subject of a new inquiry by the Vatican’s Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life, according to Tornielli. Specifically, Dr. Plinio’s followers led by Dias are said to be using rogue exorcism practices in which they actually communicate with the devil possessing people rather than chasing him out, as the standard accepted practice in Catholic exorcisms dictates.

According to Catholic sociologist Massimo Introvigne, who has studied Dr. Plinio’s life work, the Heralds of the Gospel form “a sort of secret and extravagant cult,” with its trinity composed of “Plinio Correa de Oliveira, his mother Donna Lucilia, and Monsignor Clá Días himself.”

And that sort of devil worship is understandably a problem for the Catholic Church. On June 12, Clá Dias resigned as head and founder of the Herald of Gospels, although Tornielli says he will stay on in what appears to be a consultant-like role.

"In leaving this assignment I cannot—as I do not wish—before God, to renounce my father's mission,” Dias wrote in his resignation letter, according to Tornielli. “And therefore I will continue to be available to each one, as God made me a living model and guardian of this charism given to me by the Holy Spirit.”

Here's The Crazy Part.......Dialogue With The Devil:

  • The devil predicts that a meteorite will crash into the Atlantic ocean. “North America will disappear,” 
  • “The Vatican? It's mine, mine!” the devil says to the exorcist, according to Tornielli’s transcript. “The pope does whatever I want, he's stupid! He obeys me in everything. He is my glory, he is willing to do everything for me. He serves me.”   
  • Then the devil, again as channeled by the exorcist for the Heralds of the Gospel, predicts that the pope will perish, not during a voyage, but at the Vatican. “The pope will die falling,” the exorcist’s transcript says quite clearly. 
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  1. You believe all these wild stories on a blog called "Vatican Insider"? Um, why?

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  3. This is not the first time TFP have flirted with weird spiritualism. Check out this article:

    http://www.unitypublishing.com/Newsletter/ANF2nd.htm

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  4. I don't know about you guys but I have a very hard time seeing where a group calling itself "Tradition, Family and Property" can really go wrong. And I can definitely see how a modernist den like Vatican Insider would want to calumniate them. It's all a matter of credibility, and I just go by what they call themselves. Let's see. People who want to be known as "Vatican Insider" on the one hand and people who want to be known as "Tradition, Family and Property" on the other. Whom are you going to believe? Isn't this fairly obvious?

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    1. I suppose you would be fine with the pagan Hindu "Save the Family Foundation" too (on the table: pedophile "marriage" and bride burning) simply because of their name.

      Idiot.

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    2. How 'bout Legion Of Christ...that sound legit! LOL!

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  5. Or "The Remnant". LOL indeed! =)

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