JaysAnalysis: Deconstructing Vatican 2 & the Papacy

Upon being invited to discuss philosophy and theology with a group of guys in St. Louis, I was inspired to record my reflections on the weekend. JaysAnalysis was on the road this round, so forgive the background highway noise. This reflection constitutes an overall, yet fairly advanced, assessment of the course Roman Catholic theology has taken the last millennium, up to Vatican II. In this talk, I present Vatican II as the culmination of a long line of theological and philosophical errors that have resulted in the current collapse. Also covered are the deep state connections to Rome and the modernization of its dogma and praxis in ecumenism and process theology, as well as the battle of the Church with secret societies.

An Mp3 of the talk can be found here.

Documents referenced:

Pope Leo XIII “Humanum Genus” on Secret Societies and “Satis Cognitum” on the classic doctrine of unity and heresy.

Pope Pius X against modernism “Pascendi Dominici Gregis” and the “Oath Against Modernism”

The bizarre nature of Faustina Kowalska’s claims.

“Auctorem Fidei” – that the Church cannot give defective rites.

Benedict XV, supporter of the League of Nations.

Pope Pius XI condemning ecumenism in “Mortalium Animos” and the necessity of a Catholic State, “Quas Primas.”

Jay with James Kelley on the history of the rise of the bizarre practices in Latin Christianity.

Fatima, Bankster Fraud and the Great Game

“From Theology to Philosophy in the Latin West” by: Dr. Philip Sherrard

41 Comments on JaysAnalysis: Deconstructing Vatican 2 & the Papacy

  1. Matt Jakubowski // May 26, 2015 at 4:24 am //

    Hi Jay,
    I enjoy the subscription and your point of view. I am not able to find any Mp3 just wmv files. Do you have Mp3 available, I travel a lot and these would be best to put in an ipod.


    Date: Tue, 26 May 2015 00:38:42 +0000
    To: jakubowskimatt@hotmail.com

  2. Zack Steiner // May 26, 2015 at 4:37 am //

    Perhaps I should wait to hear the recording in its entirety (I heard about 45min thus far), and you may have alluded and discussed this key issue:

    The “Roman” Catholic church is at its core the Babylonian Mystery Religion. Ralph Woodrow wrote the classic 1966 book on this, and slightly modified his view later. However, his compelling thesis stands. As a pragmatic step, the Church fathers in the 4th century A.D. essentially integrated within the “true” Christianity a large number of pagan practices and ideas: the virgin birth, saints, the cross, alms, etc along with some occult practices … these are pagan rituals directly descending from the Babylonian Mystery Schools. The Protestant reformation was hardly a “reformation”: it was a “going back” to the original teachings, though the success of their enterprise can be debated.

    I say this because it’s impossible to discuss Catholic liturgy or theology without openly and frankly acknowledging its “logos”, its centre and nucleus ie Babylonian paganism wearing a thin veneer of the teachings of Christ.

  3. Gerry Matatics, Robert Sungenis, Laura Wood, Louie Verrechio, John Armstrong, Chori Jonathin Seraiah, Scott Hahn, Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, Bryan Cross, Mundabor, and a myriad of others should give this a listen.

  4. Siempre igual los protestantes…terminan por ser funcionales a masones y satánicos…se unen para atacar a la verdadera Iglesia de Cristo…

    As always Protestants … end up being functional to Freemasons and Satanists … unite to attack the true Church of Christ …

  5. This talk best encapsulates why I -a long time reader of both your blog as well as Revisionist Review- decided to walk away from the Roman Church six years ago:


    Jay Dyer, I presume? I took the time to listen. The very strong suggestion that the state of the Catholic Church (apparitions, ecumenism, clown masses, Vatican II, etc) is the outcome of the alleged theological and philosophical errors enumerated, by necessity or otherwise, was not substantiated. To present the case in such a way (entirely neglecting to mention subversion and infiltration) is dishonest and would be so even if the theological and philosophical points are conceded.

    The Catholic Church is in the state it is in today because it has more use to the bankers and their rabbis who run ‘the Atlanticist establishment’ than the Eastern Orthodox churches and has therefore suffered more of their attention. This is elementary. This is not to agree with the euphemistic summary of Orthodox churches; that they merely ‘have their [unspecified] problems too.’ If Eastern Orthodoxy was my milieu, I would have a blog documenting its manifold problems rivaling this one in scope.

    Please, consider lending your analytical talents to deconstructing the false ‘Noahide’ errors, Holocaustianity, et al, that are overtaking every nominal Christian sect, including your own, and the savage tribalists behind it. It would do more good than corralling the sheep from one corrupt church to another.

    • Thank you for listening. I am not interested in your advice on these matters.

      • He’s basically right though. The psychological warfare aimed at the Church throughout the 20th century is unprecedented.

  6. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 3:58 am //

    Fair enough. In that case, do you care to explain why Holocaustianity is off your radar?

  7. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 4:08 am //

    Well enough, but it’s obvious to some that Holocaustianity is an, or rather, the elephant in your research living room, right at the intersection of the banks, the intelligence agencies, the churches, synagogues, governments, educational establishment (particularly, the Frankfurt school), et al.

  8. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 4:11 am //

    Theodore Adorno: “The premier demand upon all education is that Auschwitz not happen again.”

  9. “Fifty years ago this fall, Catholic bishops gathered in Rome for a council that would bring the church “up to date” by making it speak more directly to the modern world. After three years of deliberation, the bishops voted on and accepted statements that permitted the faithful to attend mass in their own languages, encouraged lay reading of scripture and entreated Catholics to think of other religions as sources of truth and grace. The council referred to the church as “people of God” and suggested a more democratic ordering of relations between bishops and the pope. It also passed a statement on non-Christian religions, known by its Latin title, Nostra Aetate (“In our times”). Part four of this declaration, a statement on the Jews, proved most controversial, several times almost failing because of the opposition of conservative bishops.”


    The Jewish Community has admitted themselves: the Vatican II was a real jewish conspiracy.

  10. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 2:57 pm //

    “He’s basically right though. The psychological warfare aimed at the Church throughout the 20th century is unprecedented.”

    I would be hard pressed to list a more effective anti-Catholicism psychological warfare agent than Malachi Martin (Guggenheim fellow, paid agent of the American Jewish Committee, self-claimed CIA agent and descendant of Sephardic Judiac bankers) who is quoted approvingly often here. This, despite Martin being the chief apparition-divining huckster of his century via the Art Bell psyop program and elsewhere. Apparitionism may well have died or at least became obscure without Martin’s efforts to sustain it. Apparitions have been downplayed by the Vatican post-Vatican II.

    Moreover, it is highly unlikely that the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate would have been promulgated or had any practical effect without Malachi Martin’s espionage work and shaming psyops in support of it.

    The File on Malachi Martin:


    • I called out Martin years before you did and was well aware of all his scams when I had my old site. Apparitionism itself is retarded trad catholic pseudo spirituality and the CIA you mention is the very CIA who regularly debriefed the papacy since the Cold War.

  11. Just because Jews and Freemasons don’t like the pre-Vatican II Roman Church, doesn’t make purgatory, limbo, indulgences, the Filioque, Marian apparitions, and other traditional Roman Catholic teaching true.

    Don’t believe in that stuff? Then you’re not a traditional Roman Catholic.

    It really is that simple.

    • mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 3:37 pm //

      Of course, and denial of the Filioque set Orthodoxy on a trajectory ending with the Russian Orthodox Patriarch’s pilgrimage of submission at Yad Vashem temple of Holocaustianity.

  12. “The Catholic Church is in the state it is in today because it has more use to the bankers and their rabbis who run ‘the Atlanticist establishment’ than the Eastern Orthodox churches and has therefore suffered more of their attention. This is elementary.”

    The Russian Church got plenty of attention from “the bankers and their rabbis”, and, like the Roman Church, was heavily infiltrated by Soviets.

    Despite that, the differences between the two are enormous. The Roman Church is a multitude of competing religions united only in their belief in the papacy (which is now more of a concept than a reality, with sedevacantists, resignationists, and others unclear of the pope’s very identity), whereas the same cannot be said of Orthodoxy, which, although corrupt bishops abound, none dare blaspheme the Divine in the liturgy.

    Show me one Orthodox clown mass, and I’ll change my mind on this point.

  13. Laying a wreath in a synagogue, shameful though that may be, doesn’t begin to near the sacrilege of Geppetto and Jiminy Cricket masses, officiated by none other than the Bishop of Rome. One might dare accuse the Russian Patriarch of being a dupe and a sucker. The Bishop of Rome, however, is anything but.

  14. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 3:58 pm //

    “Show me one Orthodox clown mass, and I’ll change my mind on this point.”

    The Orthodox patriarchs are ‘dialoging’ with the clown massers friend. You can’t untangle the ecumenical ‘Noahide’ mess. The bankers and their rabbis running ‘the Atlanticist establishment’ will leave us no safe harbor. Rehashing millennia-old debates is a diversion.

    I’m taking an honest look at my community. You guys are not being honest about yours.

    • I may or may not dialogue with a drag queen at the local Texaco, but that doesn’t make me the equivalent to the drag queen at the local Texaco. Strange times, to be sure, but let’s not lose all sense of perspective here.

      • mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 4:13 pm //

        … the false underlying assumption being that ‘dialogue’ is merely friendly discussion. This is as dishonest as the rabbis who concocted the ‘dialogue’ fraud.

      • Zzzzzzzzzzz

    • I believe theological errors are the root, not political issues of Jewish power. The papacy arose over the last millennium and is now the engine of globalism. No one thinks Orthodox churches are without corruption, give me a break.

    • It’s disturbing that there’s dialogue, and I don’t mean to downplay that fact. But does such foolishness on the part of Orthodox clergy begin to near the sacrilege and blasphemy that occurs on an hourly basis in the so-called “Catholic Church”, the identity of which is any man’s best guess? Does laying a wreath in a synagogue near the perversity of a Pinocchio Mass, or what goes on daily in “Catholic Churches” across America?

      Why did Rome canonize John Paul II, while the admittedly corrupt Russian Church canonized Nicholas II and his family? John Maximovitch?

      Do you believe in purgatory? Limbo?

      • More cowardly anonymous commenters calling other people out as cowards – post your real name, hypocrite. Lol

  15. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 4:08 pm //

    “I … was well aware of all [of Malachi Martin’s] scams when I had my old site.”

    Really? Why do you deprive your current audience of this critical information?

  16. mauricepinayblog // May 28, 2015 at 4:26 pm //

    “The papacy arose over the last millennium and is now the engine of globalism.”

    … and has patently submitted to the rabbis, but this is not noteworthy in your view. Why?

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