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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Catholic Jesuit Superior resigns after charged with Black Mass child sacrifices


Former Pope Joseph Ratzinger kissing a young parishioner Getty Images
Catholic Jesuit head Adolfo Panchon announced his resignation this week after the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels linked him to Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult ceremonies. 
For the last month five judges have “examined numerous eyewitnesses and Vatican archival documentation that clearly link Pachon, Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to the ritual rape and killing of children as recently as 2010″ according to yesterday’s bulletin from the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State. Last month the ITCCS began prosecuting the case before the five international judges and 27 jury members.

“Pope Francis’ bizarre remarks during last week’s Mid East tour that ‘Sex abuse is like a Satanic Mass’ reveals that 
he understands that the rape of children within his church are linked to Satanic rituals in which he himself participates” the prosecutor said from Brussels. 

“We consider the Pope’s remarks a tacit admission of guilt and more evidence of his involvement in this monstrous crime.”
A Catholic Jesuit Order called the “Magisterial Privilege” dated Dec. 25 1967 concerning the Black Mass has been provided to the court from Vatican archives. The document was said to show that every new Pope was required to participate in Ninth Circle Satanic Black Mass ritual sacrifices of newborn children, including drinking their blood.
“Vatican documents clearly indicate that for centuries the Jesuits had a premeditated plan to ritually murder kidnapped newborn babies and then consume their blood,” the Chief Prosecutor told the court. 

“The plan was born of a twisted notion to derive spiritual power from the lifeblood of the innocent, thereby assuring political stability of the Papacy in Rome. 
These acts are not only genocidal but systemic and institutionalized in nature. 
Since at least 1773, they appear to have been performed by the Roman Catholic Church, Jesuits and every Pope.”
“The Pope’s remarks about Satanic Black Masses are the lowest kind of sadistic insensitivity” agreed Ruth Leopold, a 51 year-old American who claimed to be a survivor of Catholic Satanic Black Mass torture. “Any idiot knows that even mentioning trigger words like ‘Satanic Mass’ will re-traumatize victims of Satanic torture. Maybe his words were deliberately designed since we are accusing him of taking part in Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice killings. It’s time he stepped down.”
Leopold’s Against Church Terror survivors’ network headed a witness delegation to the Brussels court. 

The 2014 court was prosecuting global elite members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult said to include Pope Francis, Pachon and Welby. At least eight witnesses have testified that either Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger or Panchon were present with them as children at child sacrifices.
The May 27 ITCCS bulletin announced that the court had received new evidence from Vatican sources that detailed Pope Francis’ efforts to cover up Ninth Circle activities and “attempted to disrupt the court through covert means.”
While Pachon decided to step down, Pope Francis suggested to reporters during his recent tour of the Holy Land that he might follow former Pope Ratzinger’s example and retire. On Feb. 15 2013 the Brussels court found Ratzinger guilty of Crimes against Humanity. 

He resigned a few days later on Feb. 28. Evidence presented at that 2013 court could be found in Kevin Annett’s “Hidden No Longer” available for free here.     
Witnesses named Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult members as Dutch Catholic Cardinal Alfrink and Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands; British, Dutch and Belgian royal family members including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Phillip, Dutch Queen Wilhemina, her family and consort King Hendrick; Pope Francis, former Pope Ratzinger, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, two British High Court Judges including Judge Fulford, a Canadian Catholic bishop and senior government ministers in Belgium and England.

Last week the court adjourned for a few days after receiving word that the Ninth Circle Child Sacrifice Cult scheduled a child sacrifice for Aug 15 2014 in the subterranean vault beneath Marie-Reine-du-Monde Roman Catholic Cathedral in Montreal, Canada. Witnesses also testified that as 
children they were forced to watch child sacrifices in the crypt of the Caernarfon Castle in Wales, the sub basement catacomb under the west wing of the Canadian Branton Ontario Mohawk Indian residential school and at groves in France, Holland and the US.

Some have been more recent victims of this global elite Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult. Jamacian and British Soldier Vivian Cunningham remained drugged in the St. George’s Hospital in Stafford England (ph: 44 01785 257888) just for asking questions about Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant for kidnapping ten native children. 
British citizen David Compan and his wife were accosted, drugged, arrested and incarcerated in the London Park Royal Mental Health Center for posting Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant on a Catholic Church. Compan’s arrest and release was captured in this video.

Last October in Kitchener Ontario Canada Steve Finney was trying to expose the
2013 Ninth Circle Satanic Cult case on 50,000 missing native children that included Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping charges-conviction. 
Finney was arrested and held in prison for three days without charges. Protests around the globe organized by the ITCCS appeared effective in Finney’s and the Compans’ releases.

Former Kamloops School resident William Combes and others haven’t been so lucky. The Canadian native was injected into a coma then died after a 2010 radio interview where he discussed witnessing Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip leave the school with his ten friends and fellow Kamloops residents.
Chief Louis Daniels, Harriet Nahanee, Jonny Bingo Dawson and Ricky Lavillee also died of mysterious causes prior to their scheduled testimonies at the 2013 international trial on 50,000 missing native children.

More evidence on activities of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult has been promised in upcoming Public Information Bulletins from the ICLCJ Court Prosecutor’s Office
The case was expected to take over a year to complete prosecution due to the number of witnesses coming forth and evidence presented so far to the court. 
To contact officers of the International Court in Brussels email or call:,,, 250-591-4573, 386-323-5774

Admin note:

I find it interesting that for centuries the  Catholic church has falsely accused Wiccans & Natives of just these same things... Satan worship, Black mass, sacrificing babies and child abuse, sexual abuse of  children..

Karma always comes around and the truth is always made known in the end. 

Those who accuse others of things are simply a means to cover up what they are doing. 

Wiccans and Natives have always been innocent of these accusations. 
It would seem that those mentioned above cannot say the same for themselves.

Child Harvesting And Neglect Of Native Children By CPS Video

Admin note:

Child harvesting is a common process by which so called CHILD PROTECTION WORKERS  attack innocent families with the law to legally kidnap innocent children for profit.

Many children who are under the cruel  and abusive dictatorship of child protection workers are looked at as... "profit margins" by the workers and their employers.

Their objective isn't child protection as they say nor as they mislead the courts and public to believe, but rather criminal child trafficking for profit margin increase.

Each child abducted represents huge financial gain to them and they have a quota to fill in order to keep their jobs of innocent children to take into care.

These are legalized child abusers.

This is an epidemic around the world. 

Adults posing as " protectors of children" , but in reality are hardened criminals attacking little children and their families. Protected by the law, paid for by tax payers through the government.

Such cowardness when it comes to attacking children.

Please read our other articles about criminal child protection workers being arrested for other criminal offences and abuse they have put children through.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

The Way Of The Native

~ True Native American ~
I am getting many messages about people being judged as to their blood lines... That is not the Native way people. Please read the following story as a reminder to what being Native American really means.... Thank you  ~Chenoa~ and thank youWolf Portugal for sharing this story 
To the outsiders we call the other tribes, I can see the confusion. When it comes to native Indian ceremonies and our spiritual way of life, sometimes politics and prejudice overwhelms us. 
There is a manner of traditional ceremonies, closed ceremonies, and intertribal ceremonies. So please allow me to tell you my story as a boy. I was at a powwow 
with my grandfather and I was about four years of ag
We were dancing in intertribal song. 
As we came around the drum, I looked to my right and saw a white woman very beautiful, and in a beautiful brown and white shawl. 
Now as a boy raised with other native boys there was always harsh words said about the whites and our feelings towards them at that time were not so respectful. 
So I said out loud," what the hell is that white woman doing here with us?" 
And at that moment I can see my grandfather's legs and feet had came to a halt. He was no longer dancing. 
Now this is when I would usually brace myself for a foot up my butt, lol, but instead I see his feet walk in front of me and then face me, I look up and I see him kneeling his eyes level with my eyes. 
And he say to me as he points to the beautiful white woman dancing, he say that woman is dancing the Eagle dance, and who she is is not the blood that runs through her veins, but it is the heart that pumps it. 
Her heart pumps the way of the red road, the way of our ancestors. And so then she is one of us, she is no longer white.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.

Monday, May 19, 2014

A list of Highway of Tears victims

Please note:

The highway noted below has become well known for girls and women alike missing or being found murdered. 

The killers are still at large and because of this innocent women are still victims of what is happening there. 

Living The Native Life is viewed around the world and we are asking anyone who might have information about the disappearance of any person whether listed here or not to contact their local police.

The rash of disappearances must stop and those accountable must be held accountable. 

To learn more about this issue, type in your search engine... "highway of tears". 

Megwetch ( Thank you.)

The Canadian Press

Lana Derrick is shown in this undated photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/RCMP

VANCOUVER - A list of the 18 women and girls whose deaths and disappearances are part of the RCMP's investigation of the Highway of Tears in British Columbia. They were either found or last seen near Highway 16 or near Highways 97 and 5:

— Aielah Saric Auger, 14, of Prince George was last seen by her family on Feb. 2, 2006, and her body was found eight days later in a ditch along Highway 16, east of Prince George.

— Tamara Chipman, 22, of Prince Rupert was last seen on Sept. 21, 2006, hitchhiking along Highway 16 near Prince Rupert.

— Nicole Hoar, 25, was from Alberta and was working in the Prince George area as a tree planter. She was last seen hitchhiking to Smithers on Highway 16 on June 21, 2002.

— Lana Derrick, 19, was last seen in October 1995 at a gas station near Terrace. She was a student at Northwest Community College in Terrace.

— Alishia Germaine, 15, of Prince George was found murdered on Dec. 9, 1994.

— Roxanne Thiara, 15, of Quesnel was found dead in August 1994 just off Highway 16 near Burns Lake.

— Ramona Wilson, 16, of Smithers was last seen alive in June 1994 when she was believed be hitchhiking. Her body was found 10 months later.

— Delphine Nikal, 16, of Smithers was last seen in June 1990, when she was hitchhiking from Smithers to her home in Telkwa.

— Alberta Williams, 24, disappeared in August 1989 and her body was found several weeks later near Prince Rupert.

— Shelley-Anne Bascu of Hinton, Alta., was last seen in 1983.

— Maureen Mosie of Kamloops was found dead in May 1981.

— Monica Jack, 12, is the youngest victim. She disappeared in May 1978 while riding her bike near Merritt. Her remains were found in 1996.

— Monica Ignas, 15, was last seen alive in December 1974 and her remains were found five months later.

— Colleen MacMillen, 16 was last seen alive in August 1974, when she left her family home in Lac La Hache, B.C., with a plan to hitchhike to visit a friend. Her remains were found the following month. 

In October 2012, the RCMP announced DNA evidence led them to believe Bobby Jack Fowler, who died in an Oregon jail in 2006, killed MacMillen.

— Pamela Darlington, 19, of Kamloops was found murdered in a park November of 1973. The RCMP say they suspect Bobby Jack Fowler was responsible for Darlington's disappearance, but they don't have conclusive proof.

— Gale Weys of Clearwater was last seen hitchhiking in October 1973 and her remains were found in April of the following year. The RCMP say Bobby Jack Fowler is also suspected in her death.

— Micheline Pare of Hudson Hope was found dead in 1970.

— Gloria Moody of Williams Lake area was found dead in October 1969.

SOURCES: The Canadian Press, Highway of Tears Symposium

Friday, May 16, 2014

Friday, May 2, 2014

RCMP confirm report of more than 1,000 murdered aboriginal women

The RCMP confirmed the shocking details Friday that show the number of missing and murdered aboriginal women over the past three decades is much higher than what was originally thought. 
In a statement, the RCMP said there are 1,186 police recorded incidents of aboriginal homicides and unresolved missing women investigations. 
That figure includes 1,017 murdered aboriginal women between the years of 1980 and 2012, as well as 169 missing women dating back to 1952. 
These numbers are included in a national RCMP report on missing and murdered aboriginal women, which is expected to be released in the coming weeks.
"The RCMP has taken on this initiative on behalf of the Canadian law enforcement community because we are concerned about the high incidence of missing and murdered aboriginal women," the statement read.
"We remain committed to resolve outstanding cases, and seeking closure and justice for families."
The force also said that solutions to the "societal concern" of violence against aboriginal women must come not only from the law enforcement community, but all levels of government.
NDP status of women critic Niki Ashton said the newly confirmed number is "shocking."
"If you put it into context, it means that over the last 30 years, 40 aboriginal women and girls didn't — every year — did not come home to see their families," she said to Rosemary Barton on CBC News Network's Power & Politics."
On the same program, Liberal health critic Hedy Fry added that it isn't about how many women there are at all.
"The fact is, at that rate, if there were other kinds of women, other than aboriginal women, missing or murdered in this country, there would be an outcry. There would be an inquiry, there would be something," Fry said. 
The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network first broke the story that there may be more than 1,000 cases of missing or murdered women on Wednesday, which immediately renewed calls to the government for a national public inquiry.
The government, for its part, has refused, referring instead to other initiatives carried out over past years.
"There are some 40 studies dealing with that issue. The RCMP is conducting a further study on its own," Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Friday afternoon.
"Our government from the very outset has said, as one of its priorities — one of its most important priorities — tackling crime including violence against women and girls."
The parliamentary secretary to the public safety minister, Roxanne James, echoed Harper's response on Power & Politics.
"Let me be clear, now is not the time for another study," she said, adding that now is "the time to take real action" and move forward with concrete measures to end violence.
James said the government has taken over 30 measures since coming into office, citing two separate $25-million initiatives from the 2010 and 2014 budgets, one of them being a DNA-based missing persons index.
According to the RCMP statement, the newly confirmed data was compiled with the assistance of Statistics Canada from close to 300 individual police jurisdictions in Canada and shows an over-representation of missing and murdered aboriginal women in police databases.
It also included the point that while aboriginal women make up four per cent of Canada's population, they represent 16 per cent of all murdered females between 1980 and 2012, as well as 12 per cent of all missing females on record.
"This research has done more than just provide numbers. It has identified key vulnerability factors for the victims as well as information on the perpetrators," the statement read.
In 2010, the Native Women’s Association of Canada estimated that there were 582 missing or murdered aboriginal women across the country. 

Manitoba family calls Conservative changes "a slap in the face"


A Manitoba family says they don't understand how a parliamentary committee, dominated by Conservatives, could vote to drop a recommendation for a public inquiry from a report on missing and murdered women.
Bernice and Wilfred Catcheway's daughter, Jennifer, disappeared six years ago on her 18th birthday.
Her disappearance remains unsolved. Catcheway is one of more than 1,100 cases of missing and murdered women in Canada, a number that RCMP has confirmed and is much higher than anyone has reported to date.
The Catcheways said those numbers are further proof it's a Canadian crisis.
"How many more have to go missing before something is done?" said Bernice.
The family doesn't understand why the parliamentary committee dropped a recommendation for a public inquiry that was originally in a draft report on missing and murdered women.
The draft report obtained by CBC News was prepared by committee analysts who, along with the committee MPs, listened to dozens of witnesses about how to address the issue of missing and murdered aboriginal women.
The draft report was based on testimony from those witnesses, but in the final report prepared by the MPs, the Conservative majority voted to remove the recommendation.
"I felt a slap in the face," Bernice said. "No inquiry? Why not? That's my question. Why not?"
In London, Ont., Prime Minister Steven Harper said instead of paying for an inquiry, the money would be better spent on his government's tough-on-crime agenda and giving police better tools to do their job.
That was cold comfort for Wilfred. 
"It would give me peace of mind that there's proof they are investigating," said Wilfred. "But I question if they are."
The Canadian Bar Association added its voice Friday to a growing number of people calling for a public inquiry.
Aimee Craft, chair of the CBA's Aboriginal Law Section, said you can't find a solution to the problem without first understanding why so many aboriginal women have gone missing in the first place.
"There needs to be attention paid to the systemic issues that are leading to these murders and disappearances," she said. 
Manitoba MP, Niki Ashton, NDP Critic for the Status of Women, repeated her call for an inquiry in the House of Commons on Friday. 
"Why are the Conservatives ignoring the police, victims, and the families?" she said Friday. "And why are they continuing to refuse to call a national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women?"
Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grand Chief, Derek Nepinak, said the Conservative government's handling of the  report is unacceptable and an inquiry is essential.
"I think that the Prime Minster's response to it is wholly inappropriate," he said. "It's dismissive, as he's always been towards the issue of missing and murdered women."