Saturday, October 17, 2020

Hitler was ‘exorcised’ by Pope Pius XII, new book reveals

 ITALIAN journalist Fabio Marchese Ragona has a new book out that reveals that Eugenio Pacelli who became Pope Pius XII – regarded by many as an anti-Semitic Nazi sympathiser – actually performed exorcisms ‘from a distance’ on Adolf Hitler.

Interviewed by Edward Pentin for the National Catholic Register, Ragona, above – author of My Name Is Satan — Stories of Exorcisms From the Vatican to Medjugorje (published in Italian) – said:

"I have found archival documents with sworn testimonies of the people closest to Pius XII. In the book I recall Sister Pascalina Lehnert, the Pope’s former governess, who revealed how much Pope Pacelli was doing everything he could to stop Hitler’s madness and for this reason, in addition to praying, the nun said, the Holy Father also performed exorcisms on the Führer in his private chapel in the presence of the nuns."

He added:

"Some German cardinals and bishops were in fact convinced that Hitler was possessed, and then there is the testimony of Pius XII’s nephew who revealed that in 1958, on the eve of the very important Italian political elections, the Pope performed exorcisms to ward off demonic action from affecting the outcome of the vote. Pacelli was obviously spiritually supporting the Christian Democrats and there was the ‘danger’ of a communist victory."

"We know that already in 1949 Pius XII approved a decree of the then-Holy Office [now known as the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith] that declared registering any form of support for the Communist Party was inadmissible, and that those who professed to believe the communist doctrine would be excommunicated.

In the end the Christian Democrats won and Pius XII was clearly relieved. As for Hitler, unfortunately, we know how things went." 

The book claims that Francis, in his first year as Pope in 2013, twice carried out a “remote” exorcism from the Vatican on a Mexican identified as “Angel V” who was possessed by four demons.He did this in conjunction with a priest who was physically present with the man. That did not work out too well either.

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