ST PETER’S SQUARED: ROBERTO CALVI & THE P2 CONSPIRACY
ST PeTeR’S SQuaReD: RoBeRTo CaLVi & THe P2 CoNSPiRaCY
St. Peter’s Squared
Roberto Calvi and the P2 Masonic Lodge Conspiracy
“God’s Banker” Freemason Roberto Calvi, member elite Grand Orient of Italy Lodge ‘P2’. After fleeing Italy in 1982 Brother Calvi is found hanging under London’s Blackfriars Bridge (one of the symbols used by Italian Freemasonry being a Black Friar) , his pockets stuffed with five kilos of bricks and rocks (i.e. masonry), his feet dangling in the ebb and flow of the tide (another Masonic inference from their infamous Secrecy Penalty Blood Oaths). British Police rule the death a suicide. Enter the rabbit hole.
|Four programmes on state television (RAI) allege that the CIA paid Lucio Gelli to “forment terrorist activities. “In the first programme someone described simply as “Agent Zero” described how Palme (Prime Minister of Sweden Olaf Palme) had been caught in a deal between the CIA and Iran to release American hostages in Tehran. “Palme was a fly in the ointment so we got P2 to rub him out,” the agent said. The second programme, which showed the gaunt silhouette of “Agent Zero One”, alleged that P2 was not wound up in the mid-1980s, after the arrest of its leader Licio Gelli. “It still exists. It calls itself P7,” he said. According to the agent, the lodge is still functioning with branches in Austria, Switzerland and East Germany. “Zero One” has now been revealed by the Italian press to be Dick Brenneke, allegedly a career CIA officer” Richard Bassett Times September 24, 1990|
Masonic Lodge Propaganda Due (P2). Formed in the 19th century by the Grande Orient of Italy for the elites, the organization evolved out of the violent organization known as the Carbonari. Pagan elements suffused the rituals of the organization to which all Grand Masters of regular Italian Freemasonry of course belonged. The head was known as Naj Hannah (King Cobra).
In interviews two former members have described the oaths they took. They were taken to a compound, a Villa hidden in the Apennines in the region of Tuscany. A 12-foot wall seals the neatly manicured grounds from view. In the centre of the main courtyard stands a fountain shaped like a tree trunk. The cobralike sculpture, with its inflated hood, watches over the compound in a protective posture, as if ready to strike. The cobra’s head is twice the size of a human skull. It has a single eye, which is blue during daylight and red after nightfall, for inside the cobra’s hood and behind its eye there is a closed-circuit camera that follows a visitor, invited or unwelcome, as the fountain rotates in the direction the intruder moves. The fountain- camera is controlled from a room within the villa where eight monitors, each with five stations, cover eight guest rooms, patio, pool, dining room, sitting room, and party room. Approximately ten cameras, including the one inside the cobra, have infrared lenses. All of the exterior cameras are camouflaged by the landscaping. The Villa’s interior is magnificent. Every room has marble floors and is furnished with antiques. Observing the high ceilings, the finely crafted gold-leaf moldings, the portraits of Mussolini, Hitler, and Peron, the visitor experiences a feeling, a sort of living, breathing odor of danger and power that penetrates the soul and cell by cell contaminates the mind with fear. The year is 1964.
In the meeting room, twelve members of P-2, dressed in satin ceremonial robes and wearing black hoods reminiscent of those worn by members of the Ku Klux Klan, sit in leather chairs at a red marble conference table. They are the elite members of the Wolf Pack, Gelli’s disciples – some say his execution squad. None of the black-clad disciples knows the identity of any of his eleven brothers. Grand Master Licio Gelli is the only one who bares his face. Two Masons stand post at the entrance to the meeting room. Their faces are also covered. They are Naja Hannah’s personal bodyguards some say his death squad-former Mussolini Facists whose job is to protect the Grand Master and kill any of the twelve disciples who betray the cause “Il Momento di Passare all”(The Time for Real Action). Like Naja Hannah and his disciples, each bodyguard carries an axe; they also bear automatic weapons.
The ceremony begins. There is an uneven series of knocks at the door. “Your Worshipful,” a disciple announces, “a pagan wishes to enter”. The Grand Master strikes the table with one blow with his axe. Immediately the oversized door swings open and slams against the inner wall. Two guards escort the initiate to the center of the room where he faces the twelve Masons with his back to the grand masters throne. The Pagan, as he is called, is wearing a plain black hood and a blindfold. His identity is known to Grand Master Licio Gelli but to no one else. He is asked one question by each of the disciples, but the Pagan does not answer, instead, one of the guards speaks for him. Once all the ritual questions about purpose and belief and reason for wanting to become a member of Propaganda Due are answered, the Pagan is turned to face the Grand Master, who asks, “Pagan, are you prepared to die in order to preserve the secrets of Propaganda Due?” The initiate now answers for himself: “I am.” “Do you have the necessary quality of contempt for danger?” “I do.” “Do you have the necessary quality of courage?” “I am courageous.” “Do you proclaim yourself an Anti-Communist?” “I do”. “And Pagan, are you prepared to fight and perhaps face shame, even death, so that we who may become your Brothers may destroy this Government and form a Presidency?” “I am”. Then the blindfold is removed. It takes a moment for the initiate’s vision to clear, because this is the first time since entering the compound that he has been allowed to see light. The blindfold serves a purpose other than security. It also represents the power of P-2: “Without membership one is blind; with the help of the order, however, the way is clear.”
St. Peter’s Banker Luigi DiFonzo Franklin Watts Ltd. 1983
Licio Gelli, Grand Master P2. Called Naja Hannah (King Cobra) by P2 members. Born 1919 in Pistoia, a provincial capital of Tuscany. At Seventeen he left high school to fight with the Fascist Italian Blackshirt division in Spain, and during World War II Gelli zealously supported the Italian dictator, Benito Mussolini. Gelli served as an Officer in the notorious German SS Herman Goering Division which saw extensive duty in the battles of Sicily and Mainland Italy. When the dictator fell, Gelli fled to Argentina, where he allied himself with Juan Peron, became Peron’s economic advisor to Italy, and was granted dual citizenship.
Operated the “Rat Line” which orchestrated the escape of hundreds of indicted or suspected Nazi War Criminals, “Scientists”, and Nazi Intelligence Officers including likely Klaus Barbie the Butcher of Lyon, Via Switzerland to South America under the direction of O.S.S./C.I.A., and M.I.5 using the code name “Operation Paperclip”.
With the help of the Grande Oriente of Italy the Anti-Fascist Commission cleared Gelli of War Crime charges related to his involvement with the executions of Partisans by the SS, contradicting claims by Masons of Anti-Masonry by Italian Fascists, and Anti-Fascism by Italian Masons. When Juan Peron died, Eva Peron called him back to organize the transition.
In early 1960’s he joined the Masonic Order of Freemasonry known in Italy as the Grande Oriente (recognized by mainstream Freemasonry UGLE & U.S. Grand Lodges). As Grand Master of P2 Gelli declared himself “a lifelong anti-communist”.
Secret Head of C.I.A. and M.I.5 “Stay Behind” Underground Resistance Force Plan with the codename Operation “Gladio”, who worked under the direct supervision of Freemason Dulles, who later became the C.I.A. director fired by JFK. In the event of a takeover by Communists or anyone else the C.I.A., M.I.5 or Pentagon didn’t like in Europe or Latin America, “Gladio” would wage a clandestine war of subversion and terrorism against the offending Government/ Movement/People. This is likely what happened to Salvadore Allende of Chile and the Socialist Government of Greece in the “Colonels Coupe”.
Under Gelli P2 Masonic Lodge was the most powerful, political, and violent secret organization in Italy. Important Italian Generals, magistrates, and businessmen became members of P2 Masonic Lodge which Gelli served from the hierarchy of Freemasonry. Determined to destroy Italy’s parliamentary system of government in order to form a Presidential Dictatorship, Gelli recruited members who swore allegiance to him rather than to the nation of Italy.
Gelli was not brilliant so much as shrewd and devious. He had money and power, but he realized that wealth and position meant little without the weapon of fear. Gelli believed that fear was the instrument by which real power could be masterfully employed, and he believed fear was most useful when cloaked in silence. So Grand Master Gelli divided members of P2 Masonic Lodge into divisions and forbade them to disclose their membership. In 1980 Gelli was the Guest of Honour at one of Ronald Reagans Presidential Inauguration Balls. It has been suggested that Gelli worked closely with Reagan C.I.A. Director Appointee William Casey in the “October Suprise” involving the delayed release of U.S. hostages held by the Ayhatola Khomeni until after the elections, which contributed greatly to Jimmy Carters defeat. Ronald Reagan received an “honorary” 33rd Scottish Rite Freemason Degree after he was elected President.
St. Peter’s Banker Luigi DiFonzo Franklin Watts Ltd. 1983
Michele Sindona. Pope Paul VI’s banker and confident. This was part of an elaborate scheme by the Mafia, the CIA, MI-5, Neo Fascist Groups, and the defacto controlling body of all Italian Freemasonry – P2 (which was called by Italy’s Interior Minister a State within a State) to subvert, bankrupt, and destroy the Vatican and the Parlimentary System and replace it with a “Presidential” system (i.e. a Dictatorship).
Born in 1920 in Patti, Sicily. Sindona became the most successful tax lawyer and the most powerful banker in Italy. Years later, as one of the wealthiest men in the world, Sindona was identified by the Italian and U.S. governments as the Mafia’s banker (appointed as such at a International Mafia conclave in Palermo Sicily in 1957). He was accused of washing heroin profits through his banks and of smuggling currency out of Italy through the Bank of the Vatican and help organize with P2 Grand Master Gelli and the CIA/MI5 the coup in Greece in ’69, an attempted coup in Italy plus others in Spain and Latin America).
In 1972 Sindona purchased controlling interest of Franklin National Bank. Two years later Franklin Bank collapsed, the largest bank failure in American history. On August 2, 1979, while under indictment, Michele Sindona disappeared and was believed to have been kidnapped by left-wing terrorists(subsequently proved to be a staged kidnapping by Sindona and the Mafia to avoid trial). He reappeared on October 16, 1979, was later convicted of bank fraud, and was sentenced to twenty five years in prison. P2 Masonic Lodge Member.
St. Peter’s Banker Luigi DiFonzo Franklin Watts Ltd. 1983
Roberto Calvi, Banco Ambrosiano President. Member Masonic Lodge P2. Received millions of dollars from CIA and British Intelligence which he laundered to P2 for support of various right wing activities and coups throughout Southern Europe and Latin America. Calvi’s secretary “falls” to her death from 4th floor window of Banks International Headquarters and then the next day Calvi is found hanging from Black Friars bridge in London with a false passport and twelve pounds of bricks and rocks shoved in his pockets(i.e. masonry).
St. Peter’s Banker Luigi DiFonzo Franklin Watts Ltd. 1983
Flavio Carboni and Roberto Calvi’s Flight Flavio Carboni is perhaps the key figure in the final stages of Calvi’s life. From January 1982 onwards,he would with with increasing frequency visit Calvi in Milan, or for weekend consultations at Drezzo. The small Sardinian, who once boasted to his family he would become the richest man in Italy, would be companion and paid consellor to the chairman of Ambrosiano, right up to the end. Vaunting contacts among the Roman politicians, the press and the highest echelons of Italian Freemasonry, Carboni took over the role that Gelli had once assumed for Calvi – and more besides.
For Carboni was not only on good terms with Armando Corona, who in March 1982 was to become the head of the Italian Grand Orient. He could also enlist the services of such as Ernesto Diotallevi and Danilo Abbruciati, notorious bosses of the Rome underworld. Magistrates would later charge that Carboni’s building and property businesses were used to recycle the proceeds of organized crime and maybe right-wing terrorism also. In most of the subsequent discoveries which seemed to link Calvi’s Ambrosiano with common crime, the name of Carboni would be a constant thread.
Calvi ws attracted to Carboni, as he was to Pazienza, by his promised access to hidden and therefore real power. Precisely to what extent his helpers were in collusion it is hard to establish. But Calvi feared Carboni, just as he was afraid of Pazienza with his vaguely threatening braggadoccio, and well-advertised secret service connections. Reading of The Godfather was not only instructive of the advantages of hidden power, but also of the fate which might befall those who offended it.
Calvi was by this stage scared not only for his own safety (his retinues of bullet-proof Alfa Romeos and bodyguards were costing his bank four milliion lire every day) but for that of his family as well. From February on, he was imploring his wife to leave Italy for somewhere less dangerous. In May, and with some reluctance, she finally yielded to his urgings and went to join their son Carlo in Washington. And with good reason, for the violent undertows gripping Ambrosiano’s affairs had broken dramatically to the surface.
The Life & Death of Roberto Calvi Rupert Cornwell, Rome Correspondant, The Financial Post Victor Golancz Ltd, 1983
Roberto Rosone Despite his lofty rank of genral manager and deputy chairman of Banco Ambrosiano, had lived for many years in a modest first-floor flat in a corner block of Via Olofredi, close to the central station in Milan. On the ground floor of the same building was the branch office No. 18 of Ambrosiano in Milan. It was protected round the clock by armed private guards, as indeed are bank premises up and down Italy, as a matter of routine.
On the morning of April 27, 1982 Rosone left as usual for his office shortly after 8 a.m. Suddenly, as he turned into the street, a man with a pistol stepped forward and fired wounding him in the legs. But the guards had quickly noticed the danger and shot back, killing the assailant outright. To their great surprise police identified the corpse as that of no ordinary Milanese delinquent, bu the important Rome gangland figure Abbruciati.
Abbrucati’s links with Carboni, and indeed Carboni’s intimate dealings with Calvi, were not yet public knowledge. Even so, the episode raised more questions than it answered, casting a yet more sinister shadow over Ambrosiano. What was a high-ranking gangster from Rome doing carrying out a task that would normally fall to a minion ? Was the attack a botched attempt at murder, to punish Rosone for some affront to the underworld; or was it a deliberate warning and no more, delivered in classic fashion? Or was the warning intended not for him but for Calvi himself? Later, after Calvi and Ambrosiano had perished, as still darker possiblility emerged – that Calvi himself, through Carboni and Abbruciati, was directly or indirectly responsible for the attack on his own vice-chairman, suspected of plotting against him.
What is certain is that Carboni was already receiving money from Calvi. In Italy, Ambrosiano lent large sums to companies owned by Carboni, and Calvi even provided finance to help the camaign of Corona to become the new head of Italian Freemasonry.
The Life & Death of Roberto Calvi Rupert Cornwell, Rome Correspondant, The Financial Post Victor Golancz Ltd, 1983
Timeline Early September 1978: Pope John Paul I asks his secretary of state, Cardinal Jean Villot, to initiate an investigation into Vatican bank operations. September 28, 1978: John Paul I presents Cardinal Villot with a list of people who are to be transferred, asked for their resignations, or reassigned. All the people on the list are suspected to be members of the Freemason’s group “P2.” The reshuffle of power will have major implications for the existing Vatican power structure and its financial dealings. September 29, 1978: John Paul I found dead in his bed. Villot issues false statements to the press about the circumstances surrounding the death, removes key evidence from John Paul’s room, and orders the body to be embalmed immediately without an autopsy. October 1978: John Paul II to replace John Paul I. None of John Paul I’s instructions to Villot before his death are carried out. January 21, 1979: Murder of Judge Emilio Alessandrini, the Milan magistrate investigating the activities of Banco Ambrosiano, whose director, Roberto Calvi, has close ties with Michele Sindona and the Vatican. March 20, 1979: Murder of Mino Pecorelli, an investigative journalist in the process of publishing articles exposing the membership and dealings of “P2” — a powerful group of Freemasons whose membership was involved in Vatican financial dealings, and whose founder, Lucio Gelli, was deeply connected with Roberto Calvi. March 25, 1979: Arrests on false charges of Mario Sarcinelli and Paolo Baffi of the Bank of Italy. The two men were pressing for action on the investigation of the financial dealings of Roberto Calvi and Banco Ambrosiano. July 11, 1979: Murder of Giorgio Ambrosioli following his testimony concerning Michele Sindona’s financial dealings with Calvi and other Vatican interests, the activities of P2 and its members among powerful government and business circles, and the connections between Calvi, Sindona, and Bishop Paul Marcinkus of the Vatican Bank. July 13, 1979: Murder of Lt. Col. Antonio Varisco, head of the Rome security service, who was investigating the activities and membership of P2 and had spoken with Giorgio Ambrosioli two days before Ambrosioli’s death. July 21, 1979: Murder of Boris Guilano, the Palermo police deputy superintendent and head of Palermo CID. Guilano had spoken with Giorgio Ambrosioli two days before Ambrosioli’s death concerning Sindona’s laundering of Mafia money through the Vatican Bank into Switzerland. October 1979: Bomb explosion at the apartment of Enrico Cuccia, managing director of Mediobanca and witness to Sindona’s threat to the life of Giorgio Ambrosioli. February 2, 1980: The Vatican withdraws at the last moment its agreement that Cardinals Guiseppe Caprio and Sergio Guerri and Bishop Paul Marcinkus will provide videotaped depositions on behalf of Michele Sindona in his trial in the US on charges of fraud, conspiracy and misappropriation of funds in connection with the collapse of Franklin National Bank. May 13, 1980: Michele Sindona attempts suicide in jail. June 13, 1980: Michele Sindona sentenced to 25 years. July 8, 1980: Roberto Calvi attempts suicide while in jail on charges of fraud, etc. Later released on bail and reconfirmed as chairman of Banco Ambrosiano. September 1, 1981: The Vatican Bank, apparently at the request of Roberto Calvi, issues “letters of comfort” acknowledging its controlling interest in, and assuming responsibility for, a more than 1 billion dollar debt of a number of banks controlled by Calvi. January 12, 1981: A group of shareholders in Banco Ambrosiano send a letter to John Paul II outlining the connections between the Vatican Bank, Roberto Calvi and the P2 and the Mafia. The letter is never acknowledged. April 27, 1982: Attempted murder of Roberto Rosone, general manager and deputy chairman of Banco Ambrosiano, who was trying to “clean up” the bank’s operation. June 17, 1982: Roberto Calvi found hanged to death from a bridge in London. A few days later, a 1.3 billion dollar “hole” is discovered in Banco Ambrosiano, Milan. October 2, 1982: Guiseppe Dellacha, executive at Banco Ambrosiano, dead of a fall from a window of Banco Ambrosiano, in Milan. March 23, 1986: Michele Sindona found dead of poisoning in the Italian jail to which he had been extradited on charges of ordering the murder of Giorgio Ambrosioli.
Albino Luciano, Pope John Paul I “On September 28, 1978, he had been pope for thirty-three days. In little more than a month he had initiated various courses of action that, had they been completed, would have had a direct and dynamic effect on us all. The majority in this world would have applauded his decisions, a minority would have been appalled. The man who had quickly been labeled “the smiling pope” intended to remove the smiles from a number of faces on the following day.” “The Vatican secretary of state, Cardinal Jean Villot… studied the list of appointments, resignations to be asked for and transfers the pope had handed him. He had advised, argued, and remonstrated, but to no avail. Luciani had been adamant.” “It was by any standards a dramatic reshuffle. It would set the Church in new directions – directions that Villot, and the others on the list who were about to be replaced, considered highly dangerous….” “There was one common denominator, one fact that linked each of the men about to be replaced. Villot was aware of it. More important, so was the pope. It had been one of the factors that had caused him to act, to strip these men of real power…it was Freemasonry.” “The evidence the pope had acquired indicated that within the Vatican City State there were over one hundred Masons, ranging from cardinals to priests.” “Luciani was further preoccupied with an illegal Masonic lodge that had penetrated far beyond Italy in its search for wealth and power. It called itself P2. The fact that it had penetrated the Vatican walls and formed links with priests, bishops, and even cardinals made P2 anathema to Albino Luciani.” “That evening, September 28, 1978, thirty-three days after his election, Pope John Paul 1, “the smiling pope”, was declared dead. No official death certificate has ever been issued. No autopsy ever performed. His body was hastily embalmed. Cause of death: Unknown. And Vatican business continues…” “The facts are here in meticulous detail, documenting widespread corruption within the Vatican and presenting a compelling case that six powerful men, to protect their vast financial and political operations, decided on a shocking course of action — Pope John Paul I must die.” David Yallop In Gods’ Name Bantam Books, 1984
A List of Masons in the Vatican and Italian Church? The following is a list of Masons reprinted with some updates from the Bulletin de l’Occident Chrétien Nr.12, July, 1976, (Directeur Pierre Fautrad a Fye – 72490 Bourg Le Roi.) All of the men on this list, if they in fact be Masons, are excommunicated by Canon Law 2338. Each man’s name is followed by his position, if known; the date he was initiated into Masonry, his code #; and his code name, if known:
- Albondi, Alberto. Bishop of Livorno, (Leghorn). Initiated 8-5-58; I.D. # 7-2431.
- Abrech, Pio. In the Sacred Congregation Bishops. 11-27-67; # 63-143.
- Acquaviva, Sabino. Professor of Religion at the University of Padova, (Padua). 12-3-69; # 275-69.
- Alessandro, Father Gottardi. (Addressed as Doctor in Masonic meetings.) President of Fratelli Maristi. 6-14-59.
- Angelini Fiorenzo. Bishop of Messenel Greece. 10-14-57; # 14-005.
- Argentieri, Benedetto. Patriarch to the Holy See. 3-11-70; # 298-A.
- Bea, Augustin. Cardinal. Secretary of State (next to Pope) under Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI.
- Baggio, Sebastiano. Cardinal. Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Bishops. (This is a crucial Congregation since it appoints new Bishops.) Secretary of State under Pope John Paul II from 1989 to 1992. 8-14-57; # 85-1640. Masonic code name “SEBA.” He controls consecration of Bishops.
- Balboni, Dante. Assistant to the Vatican Pontifical . Commission for Biblical Studies. 7-23-68; # 79-14 “BALDA.”
- Baldassarri Salvatore. Bishop of Ravenna, Italy. 2-19-58; # 4315-19. “BALSA.”
- Balducci, Ernesto. Religious sculpture artist. 5-16-66; # 1452-3.
- Basadonna, Ernesto. Prelate of Milan, 9-14-63; # 9-243. “BASE.”
- Batelli, Guilio. Lay member of many scientific academies. 8-24-59; # 29-A. “GIBA.”
- Bedeschi, Lorenzo. 2-19-59; # 24-041. “BELO.”
- Belloli, Luigi. Rector of Seminar; Lombardy, Ita- ly. 4-6-58; # 22-04. “BELLU.”
- Belluchi, Cleto. Coadjutor Bishop of Fermo, Italy. 6-4-68; # 12-217.
- Bettazzi, Luigi. Bishop of Ivera, Italy. 5-11-66; # 1347-45. “LUBE.”
- Bianchi, Ciovanni. 10-23-69; # 2215-11. “BIGI.”
- Biffi, Franco, Msgr. Rector of Church of St. John Lateran Pontifical University. He is head of this University and controls what is being taught. He heard confessions of Pope Paul VI. 8-15-59. “BIFRA.”
- Bicarella, Mario. Prelate of Vicenza, Italy. 9-23-64; # 21-014. “BIMA.”
- Bonicelli, Gaetano. Bishop of Albano, Italy. 5-12-59; # 63-1428, “BOGA.”
- Boretti, Giancarlo. 3-21-65; # 0-241. “BORGI.”
- Bovone, Alberto. Substitute Secretary of the Sacred Office. 3-30-67; # 254-3. “ALBO.”
- Brini, Mario. Archbishop. Secretary of Chinese, Oriental, and Pagans. Member of Pontifical Commission to Russia. Has control of rewriting Canon Law. 7-7-68; # 15670. “MABRI.”
- Bugnini, Annibale. Archbishop.Wrote Novus Ordo Mass. Envoy to Iran, 4-23-63; # 1365-75. “BUAN.”
- Buro, Michele. Bishop. Prelate of Pontifical Commission to Latin America, 3-21-69; # 140-2. “BUMI.”
- Cacciavillan, Agostino. Secretariat of State. 11-6-60; # 13-154.
- Cameli, Umberto. Director in Office of the Ecclesiastical Affairs of Italy in regard to education in Catholic doctrine. 11-17-60; # 9-1436.
- Caprile, Giovanni. Director of Catholic Civil Affairs. 9-5-57; # 21-014. “GICA.”
- Caputo, Giuseppe. 11-15-71; # 6125-63. “GICAP.”
- Casaroli, Agostino. Cardinal. Secretary of State (next to Pope) under Pope John Paul II since July 1, 1979 until retired in 1989. 9-28-57; # 41-076. “CASA.”
- Cerruti, Flaminio. Chief of the Office of the University of Congregation Studies. 4-2-60; # 76-2154. “CEFLA.”
- Ciarrocchi, Mario. Bishop. 8-23-62; # 123-A. “CIMA.”
- Chiavacci, Enrico. Professor of Moral Theology, University of Florence, Italy. 7-2-70; # 121-34. “CHIE.”
- Conte, Carmelo. 9-16-67; # 43-096. “CONCA.”
- Csele, Alessandro. 3-25-60; # 1354-09. “ALCSE.”
- Dadagio, Luigi. Papal Nuncio to Spain. Archbishop of Lero. 9-8-67. # 43-B. “LUDA.”
- D’Antonio, Enzio. Archbishop of Trivento. 6-21-69; # 214-53.
- De Bous, Donate. Bishop. 6-24-68; # 321-02. “DEBO.”
- Del Gallo Reoccagiovane, Luigi. Bishop.
- Del Monte, Aldo. Bishop of Novara, Italy. 8-25-69; # 32-012. “ADELMO.”
- Faltin, Danielle. 6-4-70; # 9-1207. “FADA.”
- Ferraioli, Giuseppe. Member of Sacred Congregation for Public Affairs. 11-24-69; # 004-125. “GIFE.”
- Franzoni, Giovanni. 3-2-65; # 2246-47. “FRAGI.”
- Gemmiti, Vito. Sacred Congregation of Bishops. 3-25-68; # 54-13. “VIGE.”
- Girardi, Giulio. 9-8-70; # 1471-52. “GIG.”
- Fiorenzo, Angelinin. Bishop. Title of Commendator of the Holy Spirit. Vicar General of Roman Hospitals. Controls hospital trust funds. Consecrated Bishop 7-19-56; joined Masons 10-14-57.
- Giustetti, Massimo. 4-12-70; # 13-065. “GIUMA.”
- Gottardi, Alessandro. Procurator and Postulator General of Fratelli Maristi. Archbishop of Trent. 6-13-59; # 2437-14. “ALGO.”
- Gozzini, Mario. 5-14-70; # 31-11. “MAGO.”
- Grazinai, Carlo. Rector of the Vatican Minor Seminary. 7-23-61; # 156-3. “GRACA.”
- Gregagnin, Antonio. Tribune of First Causes for Beatification. 10-19-67; # 8-45. “GREA.”
- Gualdrini, Franco. Rector of Capranica. 5-22-61; # 21-352. “GUFRA.”
- Ilari, Annibale. Abbot. 3-16-69; # 43-86. “ILA.”
- Laghi, Pio. Nunzio, Apostolic Delegate to Argentina, and then to U.S.A. until 1995. 8-24-69; # 0-538. “LAPI.”
- Lajolo, Giovanni. Member of Council of Public Affairs of the Church. 7-27-70; # 21-1397. “LAGI.”
- Lanzoni, Angelo. Chief of the Office of Secretary of State. 9-24-56; # 6-324. “LANA.”
- Levi, Virgillio (alias Levine), Monsignor. Assistant Director of Official Vatican Newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano. Manages Vatican Radio Station. 7-4-58; # 241-3. “VILE.”
- Lozza, Lino. Chancellor of Rome Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas of Catholic Religion. 7-23-69; # 12-768. “LOLI.”
- Lienart, Achille. Cardinal. Grand Master top Mason. Bishop of Lille, France. Recruits Masons. Was leader of progressive forces at Vatican II Council.
- Macchi, Pasquale. Cardinal. Pope Paul’s Prelate of Honour and Private Secretary until he was excommunicated for heresy by Pope Paul VI. Was reinstated by Secretary of State Jean Villot, and made a Cardinal. 4-23-58; # 5463-2. “MAPA.”
- Mancini, Italo. Director of Sua Santita. 3-18-68; # l551-142. “MANI.”
- Manfrini, Enrico. Lay Consultor of Pontifical Commission of Sacred Art. 2-21-68; # 968-c. “MANE.”
- Marchisano, Francesco. Prelate Honour of the Pope. Secretary Congregation for Seminaries and Universities of Studies. 2-4-61; 4536-3. “FRAMA.”
- Marcinkus, Paul. American bodyguard for imposter Pope. From Cicero, Illinois. Stands 6’4″. President for Institute for Training Religious. 8-21-67; # 43-649. Called “GORILLA.” Code name “MARPA.”
- Marsili, Saltvatore. Abbot of Order of St. Benedict of Finalpia near Modena, Italy. 7-2-63; # 1278-49. “SALMA.”
- Mazza, Antonio. Titular Bishop of Velia. Secretary General of Holy Year, 1975. 4-14-71. # 054-329. “MANU.”
- Mazzi, Venerio. Member of Council of Public Affairs of the Church. 10-13-66; # 052-s. “MAVE.”
- Mazzoni, Pier Luigi. Congregation of Bishops. 9-14-59; # 59-2. “PILUM.”
- Maverna, Luigi. Bishop of Chiavari, Genoa, Italy. Assistant General of Italian Catholic Azione. 6-3-68; # 441-c. “LUMA.”
- Mensa, Albino. Archbishop of Vercelli, Piedmont, Italy. 7-23-59; # 53-23. ” MENA.”
- Messina, Carlo. 3-21-70; # 21-045. “MECA.”
- Messina, Zanon (Adele). 9-25-68; # 045-329. ” AMEZ.”
- Monduzzi, Dino. Regent to the Prefect of the Pontifical House. 3-11 -67; # 190-2. “MONDI.”
- Mongillo, Daimazio. Professor of Dominican Moral Theology, Holy Angels Institute of Roma. 2-16-69; # 2145-22. “MONDA.”
- Morgante, Marcello. Bishop of Ascoli Piceno in East Italy. 7-22-55; # 78-3601. MORMA.”
- Natalini, Teuzo. Vice President of the Archives of Secretariat of the Vatican. 6-17-67; # 21-44d. “NATE.”
- Nigro, Carmelo. Rector of the Seminary, Pontifical of Major Studies. 12-21-70; # 23-154. “CARNI.”
- Noe, Virgillio. Head of the Sacred Congregation of Divine Worship. He and Bugnini paid 5 Protestant Ministers and one Jewish Rabbi to create the Novus Ordo Mass. 4-3-61; # 43652-21. “VINO.”
- Palestra, Vittorie. He is Legal Council of the Sacred Rota of the Vatican State. 5-6-43; # 1965. “PAVI.”
- Pappalardo, Salvatore. Cardinal. Archbishop of Palermo, Sicily. 4-15-68; # 234-07. “SALPA.”
- Pasqualetti, Gottardo. 6-15-60; # 4-231. “COPA.”
- Pasquinelli, Dante. Council of Nunzio of Madrid. 1-12-69; # 32-124. “PADA.”
- Pellegrino, Michele. Cardinal. Called “Protector of the Church”, Archbishop of Torino (Turin, where the Holy Shroud of Jesus is kept). 5-2-60; # 352-36. “PALMI.”
- Piana, Giannino. 9-2-70; # 314-52. “GIPI.”
- Pimpo, Mario. Vicar of Office of General Affairs. 3-15-70; # 793-43. “PIMA.”
- Pinto, Monsignor Pio Vito. Attaché of Secretary of State and Notare of Second Section of Supreme Tribunal and of Apostolic Signature. 4-2-70; # 3317-42. “PIPIVI.”
- Poletti, Ugo. Cardinal. Vicar of S.S. Diocese of Rome. Controls clergy of Rome since 3-6-73. Member of Sacred Congregation of Sacraments and of Divine Worship. He is President of Pontifical Works and Preservation of the Faith. Also President of the Liturgical Academy. 2-17-69; # 32-1425. “UPO.”
- Rizzi, Monsignor Mario. Sacred Congregation of Oriental Rites. Listed as “Prelate Bishop of Honour of the Holy Father, the Pope.” Works under top-Mason Mario Brini in manipulating Canon Law. 9-16-69; # 43-179. “MARI,” “MONMARI.”
- Romita, Florenzo. Was in Sacred Congregation of Clergy. 4-21-56; # 52-142. “FIRO.”
- Rogger, Igine. Officer in S.S. (Diocese of Rome). 4-16-68; # 319-13. “IGRO.”
- Rossano, Pietro. Sacred Congregation of Non-Christian Religions. 2-12-68; # 3421-a. “PIRO.”
- Rovela, Virgillio. 6-12-64; # 32-14. “ROVI.”
- Sabbatani, Aurelio. Archbishop of Giustiniana (Giusgno, Milar Province, Italy). First Secretary Supreme Apostolic Segnatura. 6-22-69; # 87-43. “ASA”
- Sacchetti, Guilio. Delegate of Governors – Marchese. 8-23-59; # 0991-b. “SAGI.”
- Salerno, Francesco. Bishop. Prefect Atti. Eccles. 5-4-62; # 0437-1. “SAFRA”
- Santangelo, Franceso. Substitute General of Defense Legal Counsel. 11-12-70; # 32-096. “FRASA.”
- Santini, Pietro. Vice Official of the Vicar. 8-23-64; # 326-11. “SAPI.”
- Savorelli, Fernando. 1-14-69; # 004-51. “SAFE.”
- Savorelli, Renzo. 6-12-65; # 34-692. “RESA.”
- Scanagatta, Gaetano. Sacred Congregation of the Clergy. Member of Commission of Pomei and Loreto, Italy. 9-23-71; # 42-023. “GASCA.”
- Schasching, Giovanni. 3-18-65; # 6374-23. “GISCHA,” “GESUITA.”
- Schierano, Mario. Titular Bishop of Acrida (Acri in Cosenza Province, Italy.) Chief Military Chaplain of the Italian Armed Forces. 7-3-59; #14-3641. “MASCHI.”
- Semproni, Domenico. Tribunal of the Vicarate of the Vatican. 4-16-60; # 00-12. “DOSE.”
- Sensi, Giuseppe Mario. Titular Archbishop of Sardi (Asia Minor near Smyrna). Papal Nunzio to Portugal. 11-2-67; # 18911-47. “GIMASE.”
- Sposito, Luigi. Pontifical Commission for the Archives of the Church in Italy. Head Administrator of the Apostolic Seat of the Vatican.
- Suenens, Leo. Cardinal. Title: Protector of the Church of St. Peter in Chains, outside Rome. Promotes Protestant Pentecostalism (Charismatics). Destroyed much Church dogma when he worked in 3 Sacred Congregations: 1) Propagation of the Faith; 2) Rites and Ceremonies in the Liturgy; 3) Seminaries. 6-15-67; # 21-64. “LESU.”
- Trabalzini, Dino. Bishop of Rieti (Reate, Peruga, Italy). Auxiliary Bishop of Southern Rome. 2-6-65; # 61-956. “TRADI.”
- Travia, Antonio. Titular Archbishop of Termini Imerese. Head of Catholic schools. 9-15-67; # 16-141. “ATRA.”
- Trocchi, Vittorio. Secretary for Catholic Laity in Consistory of the Vatican State Consultations. 7-12-62; # 3-896. “TROVI.”
- Tucci, Roberto. Director General of Vatican Radio. 6-21-57; # 42-58. “TURO.”
- Turoldo, David. 6-9-67; # 191-44. “DATU.”
- Vale, Georgio. Priest. Official of Rome Diocese. 2-21-71; # 21-328. “VAGI.”
- Vergari, Piero. Head Protocol Officer of the Vatican Office Segnatura. 12-14-70; # 3241-6. “PIVE.”
- Villot, Jean. Cardinal. Secretary of State during Pope Paul VI. He is Camerlengo (Treasurer). “JEANNI,” “ZURIGO.”
- Zanini, Lino. Titular Archbishop of Adrianopoli, which is Andrianopolis, Turkey. Apostolic Nuncio. Member of the Revered Fabric of St. Peter’s Basilica.
THE FOLLOWING CLERGY WERE EXPOSED AFTER THE ABOVE LIST WAS COMPILED:
- Fregi, Francesco Egisto. 2-14-63; # 1435-87.
- Tirelli, Sotiro. 5-16-63; # 1257-9. “TIRSO.”
- Cresti, Osvaldo. 5-22-63; # 1653-6. “CRESO.”
- Rotardi, Tito. 8-13-63; # 1865-34. “TROTA.”
- Orbasi, Igino. 9-17-73; # 1326-97. “ORBI.”
- Drusilla, Italia. 10-12-63; # 1653-2. “‘DRUSI “
- Ratosi, Tito. 11-22-63; # 1542-74 “TRATO.”
- Crosta, Sante. 11-17-63; # 1254-65. “CROSTAS.
Events Foretold? “I Saw Satans’ Smoke Entering the Vatican”
Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824), a German Augustinian nun, stigmatist (bore the wounds of Christ), and miracle-worker, who subsisted entirely on water and Holy Communion for many years, received numerous visions of the future crisis in the Church and the infiltration of the Masons. In her visions, she describes men in aprons destroying the Church with a trowel, The Masons wear aprons and their symbol is the Mason’s trowel. The following excerpts are from page 565 of Life of Anne Catherine Emmerich, Vol. 1, by Rev. K.E. Schmö:ger, Tan Books, 1976:
- “I saw St. Peter’s. A great crowd of men was trying to pull it down whilst others constantly built it up again. Lines connected these men one with another and with others throughout the whole world. I was amazed at their perfect understanding.
- “The demolishers, mostly apostates and members of different sects, broke off whole pieces and worked according to rules and instructions. They wore WHITE APRONS bound with blue riband. In them were pockets and they had TROWELS stuck in their belts. The costumes of the others were various.
- “There were among the demolishers distinguished men wearing uniforms and crosses. They did not work themselves but they marked out on the wall with a TROWEL where and how it should be torn down. To my horror, I saw among them Catholic Priests. Whenever the workmen did not know how to go on, they went to a certain one in their party. He had a large book which seemed to contain the whole plan of the building and the way to destroy it. They marked out exactly with a TROWEL the parts to be attacked, and they soon came down. They worked quietly and confidently, but slyly, furtively and warily. I saw the Pope praying, surrounded by false friends who often did the very opposite to what he had ordered...”
P2 in the News
Italy/U.K. – The case of God’s Banker: Roberto Calvi the trial begins – 06/10/05 Italy – ‘God’s Banker’ murder trial opens – 06/10/05 Italy – Italy opens trial into death of “God’s banker” – 06/10/05 Italy – Key facts on Roberto Calvi murder trial – 06/10/05 Italy – P2 Grand Master Lucio Gelli probed in Roberto Calvi murder – 20/07/05 U.K. – On This Day May 26: 1981 Italian Government Resigns – 26/05/05 U.K. – London Police change Ruling on Roberto Calvi death from Suicide to Murder – 20/05/05 Italy/U.K. – Four face trial over 1982 death of banker – 19/04/05 Italy/U.K. – Four indicted in death of ‘God’s banker’ – 19/04/05 Italy/U.K. – P2 Masonic Conspiracy: Four Charged in Murder of Roberto Calvi – 18/04/05 Italy/U.K./U.S.A. – Four indicted over 1982 murder with links to Chicago archdiocese (Print and Video) – 18/04/05 Holy See – Italian Panel Reopens Probe Into ’81 Attack on Pope After John Paul II’s Revelations in His Latest Book – 24/02/05 Italy – God’s Banker death mystery deepens as coroner robbed of files in Rome – 04/05/04 Italy/U.K. – Mafia squad probe Calvi bag theft – 04/05/04 U.K./Italy – An end to the mystery of God’s Banker? – 31/03/04 Italy – Four go on trial for murder of God’s banker – 17/03/04 U.K. – Who killed Calvi? – 07/12/03 Italy – Mafia trial over Calvi – 16/10/03 U.K. – London Police begin Roberto Calvi Murder Investigation – 21 years after Banker was found hanging under Black Friars Bridge – 01/10/03 E.U. – Prodi shrugs off EU scandal over missing millions and Freemason Franchet – 26/09/03 E.U. – O.L.A.F. anti-fraud unit to examine roll of Masons in European Union Government – 02/12/02 Italy-U.K.-Canada – Family finds vindication in their campaign after Italian Coroner rules Roberto Calvi’s death was murder, not suicide – 04/11/02 E.U. – CIA and Freemasons among dark forces in Europe – 24/09/02 Italy – Has P2 launched a new terror killing spree in Italy? – 01/05/02 Italy: Berlusconi: The power of personality – 14/05/01 Turkey-Vatican-U.S.S.R.-U.S.A. The 1981 Assassination Attempt of Pope John Paul II, The Grey Wolves, and Turkish & U.S. Government Intelligence Agencies – 14/05/01 U.K. New evidence that Hess died with Duke of Kent in 42′ plane crash – 21/04/01 Switzerland: Rothschild Bank AG Zurich tied to Calvi Murder and P2 Masonic Lodge – 07/03/01 U.K.: Professor of Freemasonry to probe murky past of Masonic Brotherhood – 01/07/00 Italy: Operation Gladio, Clockwork Orange, and P2 – 21/05/00 Vatican-Columbia: Priest who fought Freemasons beatified by the Pope – 09/04/00 Germany-Canada: Schreiber: The man who would topple kings – 14/01/00 Italy-U.K.: ‘God’s Banker’ exhumed – 16/12/98 Italy-U.K.: Body of ‘God’s banker’ to be exhumed – 10/11/98 Italy-U.K.: Light to be Thrown on Murky Death of Italian Banker Calvi – 10/11/98 Italy-France.: Gelli deported back to Italy – 16/10/98 France: Gelli extradition approved – 07/10/98 Italy-France: Gelli attempted suicide – 14/09/98 Italy-France: Gold found in Gelli’s plantpots – 13/09/98 Italy-France: Fugitive Italian banker arrested – 11/09/98 Italy: Italian Justice Minister Quits in Scandal Over Masonic Lodge – 23/05/81