Saturday, December 5, 2015

DOMUS JETSONS

Posted by Chuck White

I couldn't resist...







Domus Galilaeae, Israel (another view)





Domus Jetsons

These building projects are getting more expensive, brother!  Pass the trash bag.  

15 comments:

  1. YOU'RE BORING CH---UCK WHITE, WHERE'S TIM JONES}:-<>

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  2. Kiko the King of plagerism.

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  3. Kiko,Why not spend a portion of your millions building your own churches on Guam. You are polluting our parishes.

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  4. Thanks, Chuck, for the memories. It seems Kiko is really stuck in the Jetson Age. Wouldn't you think his ideas are similarly anachronistic? For one thing, the architect being hired to construct these monstrosities must be earning megabucks! Hmmm, I wonder if this person also happens to be related to the mastermind. Nepotism is rife in these nefarious dealings so I would not be surprised. Kiss kiss, clap clap! Beam them all up! Trash bag, trash bag, and all we can grab!

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    1. Anon @6:21PM, Mattia del Prete is Kiko's "mastermind" architect. But Francesco Gennarini, the son of Giuseppe Gennarini, our New Jersey capo, has been involved in at least two projects here in Guam that have never gotten off the ground: the Sanctuary of the Word chapel on the grounds of the RMS in Yona, and the Santa Rita Catechumenary. Franscesco has garnered tens of thousands of dollars from us for these two projects, plus travel expenses. But that's cool with the red hats in Rome, so fuhgettaboutit.

      Notice that the spaceship design is present in the Porto di San Giorgio headquarters, Domus Galilaeae, and Domus Jerusalem. Kiko must have had a say in that, but to what end, I can't say. Yet.

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    2. So true that there has been no movement on the Santa Rita pastoral center. It's still an empty lot. I wonder where the money went from all the various fundraisers and gala dinners. Will Father Krzysztof dare to answer?

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    3. The main building, the spaceship with coloured circles is a Merkavah, the chariot of fire of prophet Elijah. Kiko said, a little while after its construction, that the circles were the four wheels of Merkavah, moving in all directions. Also he called that building "a spaceship".

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    4. thank you for that insight, sandavi. wow, i thought the circular shape of the building was because of the neocat insistence on sitting around a large table. but this whole idea of the building representing a merkavah pushes neocat cultishness to a whole different kind of cult. shall we say "looney," especially because of the space allusion?

      even though traditional Catholic church aesthetic hearkens a little bit to being like a ship at sea, i don't know if that traditional aesthetic includes analogies to fiery chariots and spaceships.

      to find a primary source for what sandavi was referring to, i googled "neocatecumenal platillo volante" (in english: "neocatechumenal flying saucer"), and found this page on the cruxsancta blog. it's got audio of kiko speaking in spanish (with transcript), where he refers to the kiko building as a "nave espacial" (spaceship). what on earth (or, rather, off the earth)?!

      http://cruxsancta.blogspot.com/2014/11/kiko-y-los-obispos-abducidos-su-nave.html

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  5. Is this the same Kiko building that light up like R2D2 at night with Orange, Red, Green, Blue lights? Wonder if these building resembling spaceships ties Kiko's understanding with the UFO theoriest that somehow attempt to associate biblical stories with crazy UFO ecounters. I would not be surprised if this guy is out in far left field somewhere.

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  6. When Kiko gave his concerts in USA for jewish millionaires was to pick up donatives, not for free loving. O'Malley leads the Foundation for Domus Jerusalem.
    Domus Jerusalem was going to be a present for Benedict XVI, as Kiko told, after the definitive aprobal of the Way, which didn't exist...Cardinal Burke changed the end of Kiko's Final Fantasy.
    If you like mistery, try to investigate where are jewish donatives for Domus Jerusalem.
    "Anonymous tongues" in the Way said their donatives were so poor that Kiko couldn't cover the price of the land.
    It's quite strange. Jewish millionaires are very very "millionaires". And they were quite satisfied with Kiko's Symphony of Sufferings. Maybe O'Malley could bring the truth.

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  7. Seeing this flying saucer shaped NEO facility reminds me of another cult called "Heavens Gate". They believed that as Comet Hale-Bopp flew past earth, a UFO was following it and they were all going to board it after committing mass suicide. Word of caution to all you NEOCATS out there. Once Kiko directs you to purchase identical Nike sporting shoes, that will be a sign that he's through with you and will see if you are obedient to drink the Kiko kool-aid. Run like there is no tomorrow and resist the temptation from the evil empire known as the neocatechumenal way.

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  8. Thank-you sandavi and LAPAZ for taking the time and effort to post here in English. Your input is appreciated.

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  9. I remember when this place was still at the design stage we were invited to 'buy a brick' to help fund it !

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  10. Out of curiosity, how much was requested per brick?

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