Malachi Martin’s Windswept House Interview from 1997

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Vatican historian Dr. Malachi Martin, author of Windswept House and The Keys of this Blood talks about the future of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic hierarchy.

Martin includes information on the poisoning of two popes in this century as well as formal Satanic worship participation by Vatican members.

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4 thoughts on “Malachi Martin’s Windswept House Interview from 1997

  1. Why are there all these comments by Seventh Day Adventists, always on the attack, especially when it comes to us Catholics.
    We don’t seek out your SDA programs to use them as a battle ground for contention, nor is it a very Christian to do so, but yet that is what they do.
    Stop seeking out programs intended for Catholics and stick to your own. We don’t want, nor do we partake in the contention brought about by this, and nor are we likely to respond to such negativity.
    I’ve heard it all before but you don’t have all the facts, our church is Apostolic, because it existed since the time of the Apostles, the only visible church on earth until the protestant reformation, and I’m not going over all the facts with you people any more, I’ve been there and done that before, and now, enough is enough. Heed my message, just stop!
    Concentrate on your own and leave us alone, and while you may think you are right because your false prophet has convinced you so, we however know in our hearts that we are right, those of us who follow the true traditional catholic faith, as it was intended.
    Vaya

  2. The Sabbath is the 7th day of the week, which is Saturday as God commanded in Genesis when He finished creating everything… including man. He wrote it in stone with His own finger for Moses. Jesus, God’s Son came to earth and He declared He did not come to change one dot or tittle of God’s Laws. Revelation makes it clear that if you want to join Jesus when He comes again, then you have got to obey ALL of the Commandments. This definitely includes the fourth one which is to keep the Sabbath holy. The Roman Catholics changing it to Sunday does not mean a hill of beans. That is nothing more than arrogant tradition on all the churches parts that do observe Sunday as the Sabbath. Jesus worshiped on the 7th day as did all of His disciples and apostles. So did the early Christians until Constantine instituted Sunday worship in 321 AD.

  3. Rome is Babylon and the “beast” power of the apocalypse. Sunday sacredness is Romes most permeating and prevalent false doctrine; it is her “MARK” of ecclesiastical power and primary identity of usurpation. (see Dn. 7:25 in context)

    “Perhaps the boldest thing, the most revolutionary change the church ever did happened in the first century. The holy day, the sabbath, was changed from Sabbath to Sunday…not from any directions noted in the scriptures, but from the churches sense of its own power. People who think that the scriptures should be the sole authority…should logically become Seventh-day Adventists [or sabbatarians] and keep Saturday holy”.

    Saint Catherine Catholic
    Church Sentinel, May 21, 1995 (one among others)

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