Αν ισχύουν όσα παραθέτει ο Greg Graig, τότε κάτι θανάσιμα σάπιο υπάρχει στο Βασίλειο της Δανιμαρκίας! Μέρος 1ο

Αν ισχύουν όσα επικαλείται ο Gregory Graig για τον Οικουμενικό Πατριάρχη Βαρθολομαίο και τον Πατριάρχη Πασών των Ρωσσιών Κύριλλο, ότι ο πρώτος είναι πράκτορας της CIA/Cabal  και ο δεύτερος πράκτορας της KGB ή έστω ex, πρώην πράκτορας της KGB, τότε αλλοίμονο στο ποίμνιό τους και τρις αλλοίμονο. Που να στηριχθεί κανείς; Σε τι να ελπίσει; Είναι δυνατόν η Ορθοδοξία να έχει υποστεί τέτοια διάβρωση από την πολιτική ηγεσία, την οποία το ξέρουμε από τον τρίτο πειρασμό του Κυρίου Ημών Ιησού Χριστού, είναι στα χέρια του διαβόλου την ορίζει και την κάνει ό,τι θέλει.

Αλλά διεφθάρει και η Εκκλησία; Από καιρό διχάζουν το χριστεπώνυμο πλήρωμα οι αιρετικές οικουμενιστικές απόψεις πολλών ιεραρχών. Βλέπε πχ. την “δήθεν” Πανορθόδοξη Σύνοδο στο Κολυμπάρι Κρήτης. Να μας βγουν τώρα και τσιράκια του Πούτιν ο Κύριλλος και της εκάστοτε προεδρικής παρουσίας των ΗΠΑ ο Bart (συνοπτικό του Bartholomew)  είναι εντελώς απροσδόκητο, αν όχι σατανικής φαντασίας δημιούργημα.

Εμείς παραθέτουμε το άρθρο στα αγγλικά όπως μας εστάλη και ζητούμε την άποψή σας. Στείλτε την στο e-mail: evagellatos46@ gmail.com, σαν σχόλιο στην ιστοσελίδα μας και θα σας τη δημοσιεύσουμε εφόσον δεν είναι υβριστική και ας προσπαθήσουμε να ενώσουμε και τις προσευχές μας αλλά και τις καρδιές μας ζητώντας να μας φωτίσει ο Θεός τι να πράξουμε από εδώ και πέρα. Αν μάλιστα λάβουμε σοβαρά υπόψη ότι πλησιάζει η ώρα για τις ηλεκτρονικές ταυτότητες με το barcode including the satanic number 666, αντιλαμβανόμαστε την ανάγκη όσοι πιστοί, να ενωθούμε και να αποφασίσουμε ποιος αρχιερέας και ποιοι επίσκοποι ακολουθούν την αληθινή πίστη τον γνήσια ορθόδοξο τρόπο και πράξη που τα δόγματα και η Αγία Γραφή (ο Νόμος και οι Προφήτες τα Ευαγγέλια, τα βιβλία της Καινής Διαθήκης και η Ορθόδοξη Παράδοση)  εγχάραξαν σαν τον μοναδικό δρόμο άνευ παζαρέματος, πολιτικής επιρροής και φυσικά άνευ επιστροφής…

Το άρθρο του Greg Graig:

Greg Craig, The Black Ledger, and the Real Russian Collusion Story. #QAnon #GreatAwakening #NEONREVOLT

April 24, 2019 by Neon Revolt

I often find myself having a weird perspective on things, coming to an understanding of issues by piecing together information obliquely, or by going “the long way ’round.” I suppose to some degree, that’s just the nature of the human experience – what, with having limited time and experience to draw from, you can only start to solve some of these puzzled from where you are. But it’s not lost to me how… particularly specific and tangential this lead-in will be.

If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you’ll know I’ve advocated for Orthodoxy many times in the past, as I’ve endeavored to live an Orthodox life myself. Really quickly, for those who don’t know, Orthodoxy is like, one of the oldest Apostolic, Traditional forms of Christianity there is. To the average Westerner, you would think they look like Catholics with funny hats, but the truth is, the East (Orthodoxy) split from the West (Roman Catholicism) in 1054 AD, due to all sorts of Ecumenical disputes.

Quick Church history lesson: you had the Pentarchy during the first millennia of the undivided Church. These were the 5 seats of power from which the Patriarchs of the church ruled – Rome, Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria, and Constantinople. These guys were supposed to be “co-equal” in terms of authority, but Rome had a ton of money, and a lot of political power, started committing heresies, and wanted to rule over the other 4 Patriarchs.

The 4 were like, “Hey buddy, sorry, it doesn’t work that way.”

The 1 was like, “Well it does now. You’re all excommunicated.”

And the 4 were like, “Fine, you’re excommunicated, too!”

And the 1 was like, “Yeah, but you still got Saracen hordes to deal with and now you have no money, so enjoy losing your armies!! Pffffffttttbbbbtttt!!!” (That’s a tongue noise).

And the rest is basically a pile of BS history and nonsense. And then lots of Catholics got mad at Rome, too, and decided they were doing things wrong (which, in their defense, they were), and like, 400-600 years later, they all spun off their own Churches (under the guidance of people like Luther and Calvin). But then, some of those guys decided Luther and Calvin were bad, so they spun off. And then others spun off from the spin-off. And some came to American and spun-off. And so on and so forth until here we are, in the modern day, with 45,000+ different Protestant denominations, all equally claiming to know the real truth of God.

In short, the whole situation is a mess. And while I was raised in one of those 45,000 competing Prot denominations, I grew increasingly frustrated with many of the teachings and the conflicts I saw; often feeling like I was taking crazy pills, because it seemed I was the only one who was picking up on these things. So, in my quest for understanding, I figured I’d go back to the roots of it all, and Orthodoxy probably has a better claim than any other group over maintaining original, Biblical teachings and practice. I tried to get onboard with that. I was catechized, baptized, and received into the Orthodox communion a couple years later.

Despite that, my experience within Orthodoxy has been nothing short of absolute suckage. I haven’t been able to integrate into the community, or to maintain the desire to even show up to services for some time. If you ever wanted to see a congregation of the “Frozen chosen,” going through the motions because grandma and grandpa did before them, look no further. I’m not trying to be uncharitable to the actual passionate faithful (of which, there are a handful), and to a certain degree there’s a fair amount of families just trying to raise their kids the right way, but in truth, I don’t see a lot of passion or desire to engage within any Orthodox parish. I see a lot of Ethnic legacies, and pointless traditions carried on because… it’s “tradition.”

And the best way I can put it is… It’s like in Japan, where all these elaborate traditions came about for specific reasons, within specific contexts, but that context no longer exists, and so these elaborate rituals have actually lost meaning. No one knows why they’re there, or why they’re doing thing; they just go through elaborate mimicry. In the meanwhile, everyone tunes out and goes back to “the real world” the second the ritual is over. I’ll tell ya; some of the things some “Orthodox” do or say will have you scratching your head, going… “Wait, I thought you were supposed to be Christian…”

In my limited experience, it’s almost like Prots have all the passion despite maintaining all the wrong practices (and many wrong teachings), and Orthos have all the right practices, teachings… and somehow, none of the passion.

So which is better? And why doesn’t a synthesis exist?

I’m gonna pre-empt a particularly cringe-inducing sayings Prots like to repeat, which… please, for the love of God, I don’t want to hear again: that it’s “about ‘relationship,’ not religion,” dozens of times in the comments.

While the sentiment is alright… You’re absolutely 100% wrong on that point for a multitude of reasons I can’t go into in this article, but it’s also why you have 45,000 competing different denominations, instead of one, unified body. And all of these denominations teach outright heresy in one form or another (which many fail to even realize/understand in the first place, and unwittingly accept). No, really – that bumper sticker doctrine sounds good on the surface, but it’s one of the dumbest, shallowest things ever uttered by Prots. So please, don’t spam up my comments with nonsense like that.

And no appeals to a vague sense of the “Holy Spirit” either. You sound like plebian hippies, minus the happy-tobaccy:

“Just follow the s p i r i t, maaaaaan.”

But I’m not here to knock on Prots today. Like I said, Orthodoxy is faaaaar from perfect.

One of the things I had to struggle with is understanding the modern hierarchy, because the Patriarchate didn’t go anywhere. No, see, it’s been maintained for 2000 years. Some of the Modern Patriarchs include Patriarch Bartholomew in Constantinople:

O Bart

And the other deos Patriarch Kirill in Moscow:

O Κύριλλος Πασών των Ρωσσιών

(See what I meant when I said “Catholics” in funny hats)?

There are others, but for my oblique lead-in to this subject, these are the big two.

And they’re both affiliated with the Deep State. (Υπήρξε ποτέ Ορθοδοξία ανεξάρτητη από την Πολιτεία;)

Or… at least… warring factions of the Deep State.

See, Pope Bart up there is a total CIA/Cabal guy. Go dig his name on Wikileaks sometime. He comes up over and over again. He also tends to clash with Kirill.

But before you go thinking Kirill is a good-guy, well… he’s “ex” KGB.

(And is anyone ever really ex-KGB?)

He also has a bit of a thing for worldly wealth. Think expensive watches, and expensive cars.

And you can imagine, that doesn’t fly to well in some of the poorer areas of Russia. Which is why, in this church-issued photograph, they edited out the $40,000 watch he was wearing… Σ.γ.: Ελπίζουμε το ρολόι του Βαρθολομαίου να στοιχίζει λιγότερο από $40,000.

Δίνοντας συνέντευξη

But forgot to edit out its reflection in the table.

Welcome to the wonderful world of Orthodoxy.

Anyway, in my effort to find the true church, all I found was deep-state proxies, and most recently, these two guys, Bart and Kirill, have been at war with each other over Ukraine – to such an extent that it might cause another schism in the Orthodox church – something that hasn’t really happened (to this magnitude) in 1000 years.

Historically… Ukraine has been under Moscow’s jurisdiction – which means Kiev gets its leadership appointed by Moscow. Constantinople made this official in 1686.

Anyway, some guys weren’t cool with that. They wanted to be out from under Moscow… and because Kiev is such a… let’s say important place within Orthodoxy (due to the Kiev caves monastic traditions), they had some ability to “legitimize” those claims.

Anyway, there were two guys who were originally Russian Priests – Patriarch Filaret:

Φιλάρετος

And Metropolitan Macarius:

Ο Μητροπολίτης Μακάριος

(And I’ll just say right here… I don’t “get” the hats, either. I just don’t). (Σ.γ.: Να ήταν μόνο τα καπέλα…)

Anyway, both were excommunicated by Russia, went on to found two competing “Orthodox” churches – the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church, and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Kiev Patriarchate)… and basically, these Churches which drew a lot of people from around Ukraine.

But they were schismatics running their own schismatic churches.

And normally, you denounce schismatics, but carry on as normal. And everyone knows and shuns schismatics until they repent, at which point, you figure out a way to re-introduce them back into the life of the church.

That’s what normally happens, anyway.

That didn’t happen here.

No, instead, this guy, Pope Bart-went rogue, and unilaterally decided…

“Hey, you know what? I’m gonna recognize the Ukrainian schismatic churches as legit. Welcome to the fold, Filaret and Marcarius!”

So basically, those two schismatic guys got elevated to… essentially, the Orthodox papacy, overnight, because the Patriarch of Constantinople (and thus, head of every single “Greek” church around the entire world) decided to side with them. Meanwhile, every single Russian-headed jurisdiction was furious.

Now… remember, Bart is basically CIA.

Kirill is KGB.

And the Ukraine is essentially the battlefield of this clandestine war between these two factions. There are no real “good guys” here. There are no real “white hats” in this scenario. Just two groups, vying with each other for power.

The context prior to this is that… first you have the (Soros-Funded) Orange Revolution in 2004, between Viktor Yushchenko and Viktor Yanukovych (with Yanukovych being the Kremlin-backed guy, and Yushchenko being the CIA/Soros-backed guy, where Yanukovych originally won, but was accused of massive election fraud – which is when Soros and the CIA swooped in and fomented one of Soros’ “Color Revolutions” – in this case, the Orange Revolution. An international body eventually came in, oversaw a “fair” election, and Yushchenko came out on top this time:

Soros believed to be behind counter-revolutions where the other party wins elections

Anti-Trump protests so strong and well coordinated make spontaneity unlikely to the reasoning observer who makes out that ”someone is stirring the pot because America has never traditionally had a problem with accepting the outcome of an election,” as one analyst put it.

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