The secret doctrine of the Heralds: “Correa encourages the death of the Pope” – La Stampa


Pubblicato il 14/06/2017
Ultima modifica il 15/06/2017 alle ore 12:01
From afterlife, Plinio Correa de Oliveira, while sitting next to the Virgin Mary, is also regulating climate change and working in favor of Pope Francis’ soon death. Absurdities supported by the leaders of the Heralds of the Gospel. It was evident to many that, at the origin of the Vatican’s decision to conduct a thorough investigation on the Heralds there were more than solid reasons. However, some sought to mislead the investigation, by attempting to frame the decision of the Congregation for Religious in a non-existent witch hunt against those more traditional and conservative associations. On June 12, was issued the resignation letter of Monsignor João Scognamiglio Clá Dias, 77, founder and superior general of the clerical society of apostolic life “Virgo Flos Carmeli” and chairman of the “Arautos do Evangelho (Heralds of the Gospel), the first born and approved private association of faithful of the new millennium. In his letter, Monsignor Clá makes no reference to the thorough inquiry that the Vatican dicastery, led by the Brazilian Cardinal João Braz de Aviz, has begun. But the temporal coincidence is rather eloquent.

The worship of Correa

Among the reasons for the investigation is what the sociologist Massimo Introvigne calls “a sort of secret and extravagant cult to a kind of trinity composed of Plinio Correa de Oliveira, his mother Donna Lucilia, and Monsignor Clá Días himself.” The Brazilian Correa de Oliveira, named “Dr. Plinio,” who died in 1995, was a traditional, right wing and counter-revolutionary Catholic thinker, creator and founder of the TFP (Tradition, Family and Property) association, which dismembered after his death and from whose branches the Heralds of the Gospel were born. Many who quit the association wrote about this secret cult, which according to some would have gone far beyond the cult of personality.

An occult doctrine supported by the devil

What makes things even more complicated are some recently recorded videos, from which emerges that Scognamiglio Clá Dias, the Herald’s founder, and his priests use self-made exorcist rituals, believing ineffective those of the Catholic Church approved by the Holy See. And not only: the video also confirms the extravagant nature of Dr. Plinio and his mother Lucilia’s cult, as well as the fact that the now former superior of the Heralds gives credit to delusional theories, convincing his priests to do likewise. But who is the source of these pseudo-revelations? The devil himself, during one of the frequent exorcisms that the Heralds of the Gospel’s priests perform using formulas that do not have ecclesiastical approval. To prove it is a video that you can view here.

The video – which was certainly not “stolen” given the steadiness of the image and the fact that at the beginning there is footage showing the whole room – shows Scognamiglio Clá Dias while talking to about sixty of his priests. The video was shot during a recent papal journey and most certainly dates after February 2016, as one of the participants cites Francis’ pilgrimage to Mexico. Bishop Clá hands over to Father Beccari, who is standing next to him, some sheets of paper containing the transcript of a question-and-answer dialogue between a priest and the devil during an exorcism. The content of this delirious speech is read without the superior or the participants objecting anything. Indeed, everything is endorsed, and it is also understood, from a priest’s request to the devil, that all the questions were asked “by Bishop Clá’s order” and serve only “to confirm” what the Heralds already believe.

A video shows Bishop João Clá, resigning superior of the lay association on which the Vatican is investigating, while giving credit to disturbing theories revealed by an alleged devil. Semi-divine celebration of the TFP founder and his mother

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