Sunday, August 30, 2015

ARE YOU HAVING SEX?

“Therefore I tell you not to be afraid before this scrutiny, because we are sent here by Jesus Christ to help free you from your demons.” - Kiko Arguello

by Chuck White

18 comments:

  1. This reminds me of the scene of the Spanish Inquisition in Mel Brooks' movie A History of the World. Unfortunately this is no comedy. It sounds like a tragedy bordering on torture, but definitely verbal abuse. If Rome approves of this there is something seriously wrong in the Vatican.

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  2. Fr. Matthew Blockley.August 30, 2015 at 10:58 AM


    Disturbing to me that an educated mature catholic would even consider attending such a scrutiny.
    We have our faith the sacramental life of the church and a living catholic spirituality . It really is fact that NCW focus on the emotional weakness of persons to enter their cult. No logical balanced human being allow themselves to be subjected to such mental emotional torture. This torture is perhaps even led by the revolting sickening Putrid Pius.

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    1. They boil the frog so slowly that it doesn't notice that it is being cooked, Fr. Blockley. They are prepared for this slowly but surely by the First Scrutiny and Shema Convivences.

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  3. What happens behind closed doors is my business. Some of these questions sound like someone going through an annulment.

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    1. What happens behind closed doors could be a matter for private confession and could hurt the community, e.g. infidelity, but the Church abandoned the practice of public confession a very long time ago, and for powerful reasons.

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    2. What we meant Chuck White, is our sexual affair is none of anyone's business. After reading this post, I wished I had been there to hear all these things, especially that of any sexual encounters. Being present could have given me some enlightenment instead of depending on Viagra. LOL!

      -The other half

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  4. Choice between God and Mommon....Mammon is a symbol of power. Sell your possessions, give your money, it is a sign to make you humble.....HMMM? I don't see NEO/CULT Presbyter Apuron giving up any of his worldly possessions...For sure...For sure... He did give up the Hotel in Yona which is the most expensive asset of Guam's Catholic Church. You wonder what other property belonging to the church are now deeded to the NCW Cult. Wow... the ploy of gaining riches out of the people of Guam by Anti-Christ Kiko get's better and better...

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  5. Some readers were intrigued by the use of the term " Putrid" mentioned

    I checked out the dictionary meaning. " Putrid " evolves from the Latin word "Putridus " meaning rotten. It stems from " Peuter " meaning roots. So it means rotten roots . Explained as decomposed, foul smelling, morally rotten, corrupt.

    So I guess if Pius is rotten which experience shows he is the term "Putrid Pius" is in order. It's just a very unusual word to use in English.

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  6. This is when what you write and say can and will be used against you. Brother Tony, they know what you wrote and said and will use them against you if you don't obey your NCW masters.

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  7. Much like the techniques of the 1970s EST Erhard Seminar Training (psuedo- psychology nonsense of the waning hippie era)

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  8. Someone should just join and record all the questions and answer during this particular scrutiny. This would make a good Porno flick in Hollywood..

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  9. What I cannot comprehend is how some of the Neo followers will fall for this antic where they bare their souls to the world and these people as I understand are pillars of our community consisting of doctors and retired high ranking military officers. What kool aid are they drinking. My sin is between my God and me, I do not even try to share my sins with my wife. god forbid. Wake up Neo;s and smell the coffee! You are being duped. While you still have your assets start quit claiming it to your family and not to Kiko bird.. Look at the size of his mansion.

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    1. As Chuck said, it's the "boil the frog" slowly technique. But there's something else. We shouldn't automatically accord real intelligence and common sense to people just because they have letters before or after their name.

      There's also something else. I will call it the inverted power of sex. C.S. Lewis speaks of this in one his books, it may be the Screwtape Letters. It goes like this: It doesn't matter if it is being warned about, celebrated, impugned, or indulged - simply speaking of it works on the imagination like nothing else.

      This is why sex education in our schools - though meant to reduce illicit sexual activity - has produced the absolute opposite effect.

      Probably the best illustration of this danger - even though I am engaging in the danger myself by even speaking about it right now - is found in the 13th Century classic "Spiritual Combat." The author - with great insight - equips the reader to do battle with Satan. At every turn the reader is told how to recognize and confront every temptation - except sexual temptation. Here the author simply says to RUN. Just get away from it, no matter what you have to do.

      In the context to these scrutinies, the heavy emphasis on illicit sex - though it is under the pretense of being condemned - is in fact seducing the hearers and even the confessor and confess-ee into a form of mental masturbation and it becomes addictive like nothing else.

      This is one of the reasons why very early on the church did away with public confessions - hearing the sins of others could actually lead those other souls into the sins they were hearing confessed.

      However, Kiko knows better than the two thousand year wisdom of the church. NOT. He's probably just an aging pervert - like Pius and the others. And forcing their members to detail their sexual peccadillos is their way of getting off.

      Sorry to be so graphic, but I probably am not even coming close to the orgy of the second scrutiny.

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    2. Tim, if all members of the NCW pass through scrutinizes then we must assume archbishop passed through same process. Imagine if he was asked perverted questions giving information. This would empower NCW.

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    3. They bring this "orgy" to our Masses. Some of you have heard them and these testimonies at the ambo in the Cathedral (of all places!).

      Like I've said before and will continue to say, they will know us by how we receive the sacraments, and we will know them by how they profane them.

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    4. Of course, of course, the process of scrutiny was cleverly crafted by the NCW leadership to obtain more power and wealth at the expense of their followers who are made to believe the Way is the only path to heaven.

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    5. To anon @ 10.30.....
      This is what some of us have underlined for a couple of years now.
      Welcome to the Kiko world

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    6. To anon @ 10.30.....
      This is what some of us have underlined for a couple of years now.
      Welcome to the Kiko world

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