Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Vicomte léon de poncins (1897-1976)

Vicomte Léon De Poncins was a French journalist descendant of a noble family. He describes Freemasonry: "Freemasonry is a body of superimposed secret societies spread throughout the world.  Its aim is to destroy the present civilization based in Christian principles, to establish in its place an atheistic rationalist society which, in fact, leads straight to materialism although it is supposed to have science and reason as a religion. The role of Freemasonry is to create the revolutionary state of mind rather than to act directly."  Three excellent books to read are  Secret Powers Behind Revolution , State SecretsFreemasonry and the Vatican and Judaism and the Vatican.
 Read the book State Secrets online here.

Freemasonry has played a very important role behind revolutionary movements throughout history. Its common goal is to destroy society by creating new laws. These new laws eventually will overwrite the old ones, destroying the old institution and creating a new one.  Freemasonry proclaims and spreads a system of new political, social and religious ideas; they constitute a different civilization radically opposed to the old one.

"Freemasonry defines it as superior, therefore masonry is constructive.  We, on the contrary, consider it to be bad and dangerous, and, since in order to establish this new civilization, it is first of all necessary to destroy the old one, we are therefore justified in saying that freemasonry is destructive."

     Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and all the instruments of His Holy Passion that Thou mayest put division in the camp of Thine enemies, for as Thy beloved Son hath said, "a kingdom divided against itself shall fail.
Prayer given by Our Lord to Sister Marie de Sainte Pierre (1816-1848 – Apostle
of the Holy Face of Jesus), to divide and conquer revolutionary men.
"The first and immediate aim is then to overcome the systematic obstruction made to any divulgation of the real state of things." ~ Vicomte Leon de Poncins ~

3 comments:

Maria Angela Grow said...

Thank you for the resource. Where might one purchase these online?

Maria Angela Grow said...

Thank you for the resource. Where might one purchase these online?

Dolorosa said...

I recommend this source:

http://www.fatimashoppe.org/index.php?keyword=Vicomte+Leon+de+Ponc&limitstart=0&option=com_virtuemart&view=category