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For ‘Access to the Sacred Circle of Spirits’: Francis participates in Native American Smudge Ceremony


His hand on his heart: Antipope Francis follows the instructions of the Native American “sage” Raymond Gros-Louis

Under his pseudonym “Pope Francis”, the Jesuit apostate Jorge Bergoglio is currently on an extended “apology tour” for Native Americans in Canada.

On his first full day in the land first evangelized by Jesuit missionaries in the 17th century, this past Monday, July 25, Bergoglio attended an indigenous “healing dance” performed for “Mother Earth”, the nature goddess which the false pope himself also adores or venerates. The names “Mother Earth”, “Gaia”, and “Pachamama” are synonyms for the same false deity whose worship the post-Catholic Vatican now promotes under the guise of caring for God’s creation. (Francis’ 2015 encyclical letter Laudato Si’ provides the intellectual underpinnings for it.)

On July 27, however, things got even more interesting when Mr. Raymond Gros-Louis, a member of the Huron-Wendat Nation’s “Circle of Sages”, performed a smudging ritual “to the four directions”. He pointed out that the ceremony was specially adapted to Francis, who, he noted, has difficulty with smoke. Wearing a headdress that made him look like a cockatoo, the “sage” then presented the false pope with two gifts to enable him to participate in the ceremony: a wild turkey feather and some sweetgrass.

As he began with the smudging ritual, Gros-Louis explained (translation taken from this video):

We’ll do a virtual circle… even when we’re not in person, we can do things in spirit. And we’ll open a circle here today in spirit. And from that circle we can visualize a sacred fire. Because sacred fire unites everything that exists in creation. So we’ll put virtual tobacco in that fire as well. And we will honor earth, wind, water, and fire. We will honor the mineral aspect, the vegetable aspect, and the human aspect. I will ask the east direction to open its door so we can have access to that direction. I’ll ask the southern direction to open its door as well, to have access to that direction. I will ask the western direction to open that door, the grandmother door. We’ll honor the northern direction, the direction of grandfathers….

I’ll open the four directions. I will whistle four times. This is a wild turkey bone I’ve had for about 20 years, and I use it in my ceremonies. Before I do that, I’d like for you to put your hands on your heart, each one of you. The heart can be like a talking stick. But that’s where the Creator put wisdom in humans. And we often need to remind ourselves of this. It’s an important gesture to connect ourselves with that wisdom.

After blowing the bone whistle four times, Gros-Louis concluded:

I ask the western grandmother to give us access to the sacred circle of spirits so they can be with us, so we can be united and stronger together.

It is not known whether the occidental granny actually granted his request, but if not, it was definitely not for the sorcerer’s lack of trying. After all, even the mineral aspect was commemorated.

If any doors were indeed opened, they were doors to the demonic. We recall that Sacred Scripture, inspired by the only true God, teaches: “For the Lord is great, and exceedingly to be praised: he is to be feared above all gods. For all the gods of the Gentiles are devils: but the Lord made the heavens” (Psalms 95:4-5).

Then there is also that pesky First Commandment, which for Francis is a mere suggestion: “I am the Lord thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt not have strange gods before me” (Ex 20:2-3). And St. John, the Apostle of Love, closes his first epistle with the admonition: “Little children, keep yourselves from idols. Amen” (1 Jn 5:21).

The ridiculous pagan spectacle the fake pope attended can be seen in the video below, beginning at 7:12 with some introductory remarks by the oh-so wise cockatoo:

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Here are some still images of the pagan circus (screenshots taken from Vatican News’ YouTube video):


Sweetgrass purifies through the sense of smell, the sorcerer informs those in attendance.


The cockatoo tells everyone to put his hand on his heart.


Bergoglio’s henchmen Parolin, Smith, Czerny, Lacroix, and Collins obediently follow the directions given.


Of course Francis himself leads by example.


Gros-Louis blows his turkey bone whistle four times to “open the four directions”
before asking “the western grandmother to give us access to the sacred circle of spirits”

Professional shots from Getty Images can be viewed in this photo carrousel:

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In the subsequent speech he gave, “Pope” Francis — who has nothing but contempt for Roman Catholic Tradition — emphasized the importance of respecting indigenous tradition:

The Holy See and the local Catholic communities are concretely committed to promoting the indigenous cultures through specific and appropriate forms of spiritual accompaniment that include attention to their cultural traditions, customs, languages and educational processes, in the spirit of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

…In the past, the colonialist mentality disregarded the concrete life of people and imposed certain predetermined cultural models; yet today too, there are any number of forms of ideological colonization that clash with the reality of life, stifle the natural attachment of peoples to their values, and attempt to uproot their traditions, history and religious ties. This mentality, presumptuously thinking that the dark pages of history have been left behind, becomes open to the “cancel culture” that would judge the past purely on the basis of certain contemporary categories. The result is a cultural fashion that levels everything out, makes everything equal, proves intolerant of differences and concentrates on the present moment, on the needs and rights of individuals, while frequently neglecting their duties with regard to the most weak and vulnerable of our brothers and sisters: the poor, migrants, the elderly, the sick, the unborn…

…Multiculturalism is a permanent challenge: it involves accepting and embracing all the different elements present, while at the same time respecting their diverse traditions and cultures, and never thinking that the process is complete.

(Antipope Francis, Address at Meeting With Civil Authorities, Representatives of Indigenous Peoples, and Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Vatican.va, July 27, 2022)

In the past, Bergoglio has shown his appreciation of pagan tradition again and again. We can rest assured it is only Catholic tradition he despises.

To be fair, however, we must point out that participating in pagan rituals is not something unique to Bergoglio. It is, one might say, a “tradition” for at least three of the six false popes of the Vatican II Church. “Saint” John Paul II, in particular, was very fond of heathen practices:

A Mexican Indian brushes John Paul II with herbs as they burn incense in a traditional cleansing ritual
at the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City on August 1, 2002.” (image credit: AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

It is precisely to deliver the native heathens from such superstitious garbage that the Jesuit martyrs of North America suffered the most indescribable tortures.

But then that was before Vatican II.

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