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The Role of Freemasonry in the Modern Arian Heresy

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I quote here exerpts from a very relevant and incisive article by the philosopher Robert de Mattei. Taken from Rorate Caeli and Lifesitenews. May 6, 2019.


‘The most terrible schism the world has ever seen’


On February 4, 2019, at Abu Dhabi, Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of Al Azhar, Ahmad Al- Tayyeb, signed the document on "Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together." The declaration opens in the name of a God, who, if he has to be a God common to all, cannot be anything other than the Allah of Muslims. The God of Christians, in fact, is one in nature, but Triune in persons, equal and distinct, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Since the time of Arius and thereafter, the Church has been battling the anti-Trinitarians and the Deists who deny, or set aside this mystery, which is Christianity's greatest. Islam, on the contrary, rejects it in horror, as the Sura "of authentic worship" proclaims: "He, God, is one! God, the Eternal One! He will not generate, nor was he generated, and none is equal to him!" (Koran, 112, 2,4).


Actually, in the Abu Dhabi declaration, worship is not given either to the God of Christians or to the God of Islam, but to a secular divinity, "human fraternity", "which embraces all men, unites them and renders them equal." ….. The document, when it affirms that "pluralism and the diversity of religions, color, sex, race and language are willed by God in His wisdom, through which He created human beings", professes not the ecumenism condemned by Pius XI in Mortalium animos (1928), but the religious indifferentism condemned by Leo XIII in the encyclical Libertas (June 20, 1888), which he defines as: "a doctrinal system teaching where each is free to profess the religion he likes and even not to profess any at all."


In the Abu Dhabi declaration, Christians and Muslims submit themselves to the core principle of Freemasonry, whereby the French Revolution values of liberty and equality should find their synthesis and attainment in universal brotherhood. Ahmad Al-Tayyeb, who along with Pope Francis drew up the text, is a hereditary sheik of the Confraternity of Sufis for Upper Egypt, and, in the Islamic world, Al Azhar, the university of which he is rector, is characterized for its proposal of Sufi esotericism, as "an initiatory bridge" between Eastern and Western Freemasonry (cfr. Gabriel Mandel, Federico II, il sufismo e la massoneria, Tipheret, Acireale 2013).


The document in an insistent and repetitive manner, calls upon "the leaders of the world as well as the architects of international policy and world economy, intellectuals, philosophers, religious figures, artists, media professionals and men and women of culture in every part of the world", to work strenuously to “…defend the values of mutual understanding, human fraternity and harmonious coexistence". These values, it stresses, are the "anchor of salvation for all". Thus, "the Catholic Church and Al Azhar" ask that "this Document become the object of research and reflection in all schools, universities and institutes of formation, thus helping to educate new generations to bring goodness and peace to others, and to be defenders everywhere of the rights of the oppressed and of the least of our brothers and sisters."


On April 11, at Santa Marta in the Vatican, the Abu Dhabi document was sealed by a symbolic gesture. Francis prostrated himself on the ground before three political leaders from Sudan and kissed their feet, imploring peace. This gesture should be judged not so much for what it affirms: the submission of the Church to political powers, but for what it negates: the rejection of the Kingship of our Lord Jesus Christ. ...


Three week later, other events shook up Catholic public opinion. A series of terrorist attacks, incited by the followers of that same religion Pope Bergoglio submits to, transformed Easter of the Resurrection into a day of Passion for the universal Church, with 310 dead and more than 500 wounded. …


There is no true fraternity outside the supernatural, which does not come from relationships among men, but from God (1 Thessalonians, 1,4). In the same way, there is no peace possible outside that of Christian peace, since the source of true peace is Christ, Incarnate Wisdom, Who "preached peace to you that were afar off, and peace to them that were nigh" (Ephesians, 2, 17). Peace is a gift from God, brought to mankind by Jesus Christ, Son of God and Sovereign of Heaven and Earth. …


Neo-Modernism, entrenched at the very top of the Church, preaches false peace and false fraternity. But false peace brings war into the world, just as false fraternity brings schism, which is war inside the Church. St. Luigi Orione had dramatically foreseen it all on June 26 1913: "Modernism and semi-Modernism cannot go on — sooner or later it's going to be Protestantism or a schism in the Church which will be the most terrible that the world has ever seen" (Writings, vol.43, p.53).