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Pope Francis "Not Against" Gnostic Pelagian Enneagram of Occult Origin

Pope Francis according Austen Ivereigh, his biographer, "knows the enneagram well and is not against it."

The enneagram is a gnostic Pelagian practice of occult origin according to occult and New Age expert Fr. Mitch Pacwa. Pacwa says:
"I have two criticisms [of Enneagram]. First, it's theological nonsense, suffused with Gnostic ideas. For instance, the nine points of the Enneagram are called the "nine faces of God," which become nine demons turned upside down. No one should speak that way. . . . And the way the Enneagram is taught is Pelagian -- self-salvation through a man-made technique, not by God's grace."

"Secondly, this is a psychological system that hasn't been tested by professional psychologists. We have no independent evidence that it's true. As a result, Enneagram experts -- who aren't necessarily aware of the occult aspects -- are making up descriptions as they go along. It's irresponsible to pass this off as true."[https://www.ourladyswarriors.org/dissent/enneagram.htm[
Ironically, according to "The Pope Francis Little Book of Insults" one of the Pope's favorite insults to faithful Catholics is calling them Pelagianist.[http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.ca/2013/12/the-pope-francis-little-book-of-insults.html?m=1]

Deacon Nick Donnelly of EWTN says:

"Ivereigh's claim carries weight as he is the author of a major biography of the Holy Father, The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope. In the light of Ivereigh's claims, it would be helpful to know how Pope Francis responds to serious criticisms of the Enneagram."[https://www.ewtn.co.uk/news/holy-see/is-pope-francis-really-not-against-the-enneagram]

Back in July 28, 2013 CNA/EWTN News reported that Pope Francis was against the enneagram and his apparent current position on giving communion to the divorced and remarried. CNA/ EWTN wrote:

"'He said the psychology-focused tendencies of some spirituality courses and spiritual retreats reduce the encounter with Jesus Christ to “self-awareness,” a “self-centered approach” that “has nothing to do with the missionary spirit.' He mentioned the new age practice of the Enneagram as one example.

He criticized the 'gnostic solution' of elite groups of 'enlightened Catholics' who offer a 'higher spirituality.' He said some advocates of ordaining nuns to the priesthood or of giving communion to the divorced and remarried fall into this error."[http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/embrace-missionary-spirit-pope-tells-latin-american-bishops/]

The Pope at the beginning of his office knew the difference between infallible Catholic doctrine and his personal opinion. Francis appears to possibly be falling into dementia.

Besides Francis's current apparent confusion between his opinion, Church teaching and objective facts, might the Pope's many expressions of anger at those who follow the teachings of Pope John Paul II and the 2,000 years teachings of the Catholic Church be another symptom of dementia?

Dementia.com says a symptom of mid-stage dementia is becoming "angry...perhaps owing to frustration, or they may become overly attached to a certain person." [http://www.dementia.com/symptoms.html]

Psychiatrist and anger expert Richard Fitzgibbons, October 3, at Lifesitenews.com wrote Pope Francis and the Vatican under his control have demonstrated attempts at "undermining" the 2,000 year old Church doctrine and in particular have shown expressions "of excessive anger at St. John Paul II's remarkable legacy...almost inexplicable."

Amoris Laetitia and Pope Francis's letter to the Argentinean Bishops according to Fitzgibbons an expert in cognitive therapy research, an author of a book on resolving anger and a consultor to the Vatican's Congregation for the Clergy in the article says the pope "directly opposes St. John Paul II's...Familiaris Consortio, n. 84, and 2,000 years of Church teaching."[https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/exploring-the-excessive-anger-at-st.-john-paul-ii]


Besides Francis's current apparent "excessive anger at St. John Paul II's remarkable legacy," the Pope's recent comments on poop eating are now infamous. Many are outraged, but I think the proper response is pity.

Most people don't realize that poop fixation and poop eating are signs of dementia as well as mental illness. To read more on these signs of mental unfitness and other signs of the Pope having dementia because of his apparent confusion between his opinion, Church teaching and objective facts click below:


http://allnurses.com/geriatric-nurses-ltc/coprophagia-and-scatolia-768081.html

http://catholicmonitor.blogspot.com/2016/06/four-cardinals-challenge-pope-heresy.html?m=1

Pope Francis like President Reagan needs to say he will resign his office if he is found mentally unfit.


It appears at the very least the Bishops, Cardinals and Catholic media have to ask the Pope to receive a battery of psychological tests as it appears the 2013 Francis now opposes the 2016 Francis.


At worst they need to ask him to resign for his own good to get the care he needs and for the good of the Church.


It appears the 2016 Francis has made a 100 degree reversal of his position on giving communion to the divorced and remarried as well as on the enneagram that opposes the 2013 Francis position.


Dementia seems a likely cause of this remarkable change of positions.



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