Saturday, April 09, 2005
Javier Solana's Strange Condolences to the Catholic Church
by Constance Cumbey
April 9, 2005:
Despite Ian Paisley's claims that Javier Solana is a devout Catholic, the truth is that he is instead more likely staunchly anti-clerical. His late grandfather, Spanish writer/Diplomat/Oxford professor Salvador de Madariaga was amused by claims that he, Madariaga, was Catholic. Salvador de Madariaga recounts in his memoirs, Morning without Noon (UK: Saxon House, 1973, See page 198), that he was so very amused to find himself on a list of Catholics teaching at Oxford. Madariaga wrote that he was so pleased that the author of the list was able to determine what he had never been able to determine for himself -- his religion, if any. Salvador de Madariaga was so determinedly anti-clerical that he never permitted the baptism of either of his two daughters, Nieves and Isabel.
In 1983 when I was busy lecturing on the anti-clerical/anti-Semitic aspects of the New Age Movement, Javier Solana was at meetings giving Marxist salutes:
What increased the strangeness of this political gesture was that by his accounts, Javier Solana had resigned his Marxist causes effective September 29, 1979.
Nevertheless, even I was unprepared for his very strange statement issued April 3, 2005, the day after the pope's death. It gave 'condolences to the Catholic Church for the disappearance' of Pope John Paul II. "DISAPPEARANCE"?!
"I wish to express my deep sorrow and heartfelt condolences to the Catholic Church, and to the Holy See, for the disappearance of His Holiness, John Paul II. "The world - not just people of catholic faith - has lost an unforgettable spiritual leader, an enlightenedchampion of peace and solidarity for all. We will sorely miss a great European spirit of our times.”
That brought back some troubling memories from my earliest days of researching the New Age Movement. David Spangler had written in his book, REVELATION: THE BIRTH OF A NEW AGE that those who did not receive their New Age 'messiah' would disappear. They would be released from 'physical incarnation' to go to another dimension. Hopefully, this was not Solana's interpretation. However, considering that his mother was into Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh cum "Osho" and his grandfather appeared on the same letterhead as with David Spangler as endorser's of Donald Key's (a former Lucis Trust administrator who worked with New Age pioneers Alice and Foster Bailey) Planetary Citizens, who knows?
Considering that Solana has flown his Club of Rome flags so openly on his official bios is another hint that he might have leanings sympathetic to this world of occult interpretation. Solana is a capable linguist and writer, employing equally capable linguists and writers. I am certain that he would not have given casual thought to a public statement issued on the death of what he called such a "great European" as the Pope? So, why did Solana choose the word "disappear"? I for one would like to know. Maybe there is an innocent explanation. Maybe not.
I for one would like to know. What does Solana say about it?
You must also realize that there was a position in the Roman system that would be used to "anoint" the new "god" Emperor. He was an elected Pontifix Maximus, High Priest, that dates back to the early kings of Rome, 700BC. That position took on a major significance at the time of the Republic, 512BC. It still exists to this day. The Pope still has this official title. This would make the Pope's position the very position of the False Prophet. His two horns represent both Political and Religious Power. Because that's exactly the power of the Pontifix Maximus under the Romans.
A short review of Roman History makes Revelations symbolism's crystal clear.
WHATEVER DOES THIS MEAN? START WITH:
Made who disappear?
If they(?) disappeared who would be panicked?
Heaven could come to earth?
Cover up of what?
Your post looks like an uncompleted crossword puzzle!
"Disappearence" that is.
Constance, you do a top notch job. I am just asking this question about Wikipedia because I do not understand it. :)
Where does it say that women would be attracted to the AC? I thought it said, "I will put enmity between your seed and her seed..."
I think it is time we as believers wake up and start discerning the fruits and spirit of those in our government.
found and thought that I would leave you a note for your efforts in creating Javier Solana's Strange Condolences to the Catholic Church.
I was just passing looking for Muslim links on the blogger site and found your Javier Solana's Strange Condolences to the Catholic Church blog. Your blog was not quite what I was looking for, but I enjoyed my visit all the same.
So yes, I believe the rapture of the church is very near. Maranatha.
Thanks for your research on Solana. My opinion on why he wrote the "condolences" to the Vatican: it has two meanings--on the surface, its a respectful, heartfelt and perfectly acceptable comment on the Pope's death. On a deeper level, he is trying to snub the Church's nose by "revealing" to them what his critics suspect about him is indeed true, IMHO.
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