The accursed sect

Archbishop Vignano calls out the latest iteration of the Prometheans:

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the former Apostolic Nuncio to the U.S., unmasked once again, at the Venice Summit, the plan of a group of billionaires to impose a world tyranny, in his speech “Great Reset: the last great lie.”

Viganò relates the Great Reset to the so-called New World Order and explains its action: “to spread the infernal chaos, in which everything that civilization has laboriously built over the millennia, under the inspiration of Grace, will be overturned and perverted, corrupted and erased,” he said on May 30. 

He further explains that this is the continuation of ancient combat led by “a few tyrants,” and the Great Reset is the last stage. 

He adds, “And to achieve this end, the last step is the establishment of a synarchy in which a few faceless tyrants, thirsty for power, dedicated to the cult of death and sin, to the hatred of life, of virtue and of beauty, rule.”

He also specifies the names of some powerful family members who for centuries have secretly hatched the destructive plan, now also availing themselves of the controversial worldwide vaccination plan.  

“The members of this cursed sect are not only Bill Gates, George Soros or Klaus Schwab, but those who have been plotting in the shadows for centuries to overthrow the Kingdom of Christ: the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Warburgs, and those who have come to ally today with the leaders of the Church, using the moral authority of the Pope and the Bishops to convince the faithful to get vaccinated.”

It’s interesting, is it not, that a Protestant game designer and a Catholic archbishop who have never spoken and have never read the other’s work should reach such similar conclusions about the existence and the aims of this ancient collection of the wicked? Of course, it doesn’t require any particular set of beliefs to simply observe the patterns of history and see how they are playing out right before our eyes.

It is interesting, too, how the more one is inclined toward the Good, the Beautiful, and the True, the more one is able to clearly see the wicked for what they are. Miles Mathis is not a Christian, but he is a devotee of both truth and beauty, which may account for his ability to notice what so many others don’t.