If you didn't know, there are a growing number of 'traditionalist' Catholics highly suspicious, if not overtly opposed, to the agenda of Pope Francis. They respect the office of the papacy, and its inherent charism, but they nevertheless maintain that the Pontiff is part of a masonic globalist cue-de-ta within the Church. The recently published book Infiltration by Dr. Taylor Marshall tells the story in detail. The masonic cult inspires the worldview of the radical left. Its simply modern gnosticism, the age old allure to power and immortality through secret knowledge. It begins with technocracy: the rule of technology to amplify human efficiency. It becomes the replacement of the human with the mechanical. You can see it in the dismantling of sexuality and the family. Machines are asexual after all. Sex detached from nature is merely a pleasurable transaction with infinite forms of variety. The idea of the self-aware computer, true artificial intelligence, is nothing less than a human attempt to give evil a body. For evil is calculation without love. Only God can bestow the Spirit of Love. Might He grant His Life to a machine, as in so many science-fiction tales of our time, i.e. The Matrix? It remains to be seen, but I doubt it. I think we are much more likely to see some type of demonic transfiguration of a computer. Creepy, I know.
I'm not trying to be alarmist. Evil is evil and there will always be plenty of it until the end of days. Tomorrow will be anxious for itself. When it it is no longer expedient to hide, the devil will take his place on the throne of the dying world. I am mainly concerned with preserving and protecting my Mother and my Body, the remnant Catholic Church. I really think we are going to have to start building Catholic neighborhoods again, too much distance breeds division and makes our charity to each other less practical. We need each other. We are living in a hostile culture. We can't count on secular people's goodness when they haven't been purified in the heart of Christ. Yes, we are all sinners, the difference is whether one clings to Christ and His sacraments or not. Us clingers need each other terribly. And not just from screen to screen. Even our own families can turn against us when the hard Christian choices must be made. I'm not hoping for that, I'm just preparing for it. I pray to our Immaculate Mother to bind us back together again, as a family, of one mind, in one Spirit; that we might support each other and convert our culture by the witness of our Love.