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Meeting Pope Francis and Luise Neubauer – Milestone

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With the meeting between Pope Francis and the “climate activist” Luise Neubauer, a symbolic milestone was set for the common path of the church and secularism.

The shared roof is filling up

What should come together comes together. Politically oriented climate movements and “activists” are linked to the Roman Catholic Church. The letter “Laudate Deum” published by Pope Francis on October 4th as a supplement to his encyclical “Laudato Si'” was the occasion for a meeting between the pontiff and the German “climate activist” Luise Neubauer. The main organizer of the so-called “Fridays for Future” movement was invited to a conference held in the Vatican.

Pontiff commits to “climate activism”

The pontiff has clearly sided with the “climate activists” and expressed this in his letter Laudate Deum. Paragraph 58:

“Once and for all, let us put an end to the irresponsible derision that would present this issue as something purely ecological, ‘green’, romantic, frequently subject to ridicule by economic interests. Let us finally admit that it is a human and social problem on any number of levels. For this reason, it calls for involvement on the part of all. In Conferences on the climate, the actions of groups negatively portrayed as ‘radicalized’ tend to attract attention. But in reality they are filling a space left empty by society as a whole, which ought to exercise a healthy ‘pressure’, since every family ought to realize that the future of their children is at stake.”

n an interview with Vatican News, Neubauer explained:
“Pope Francis is already someone we see as an ally. At the latest with Laudato si it became clear that he attaches importance to it and also uses his voice. And that is good and important. That is also his responsibility. In that sense, I’m happy and touched by it, but I’m not surprised in the best possible way.”

“Climate activists” are fruits of “education”

Not smart

Globally rolled out curriculum for preparatory ‘education’

Luise Neubauer, born in 1996, “fully enjoyed” the curriculum rolled out by the UN in the mid-1990s. A project based on the elaboration between former Deputy Secretary General Robert Muller and “World Goodwill” of “Lucis Trust”. Lucis Trust was still called “Lucifer Publishing Company” when it was founded in 1922 by Alice Ann Bailey. (Source). In 2016, Neubauer became involved for the first time within the so-called non-governmental organization ONE. Only since spring 2019 has the “eternally studying activist” been known as a leader within the Fridays for Future movement.

Pope Francis published his environmental encyclical Laudato Si’ (Info) in May 2015.
The “climate activist” sees Pope Francis as a companion, but sees his letters as a work of guidelines and instructions.
“And precisely because we know that one voice is not enough, I also appeal to other moral voices and institutions to carry the words forward and also to make their own translation of reality. With Laudato Si and Laudate Deum we have a translation from the Pope. We need it in many more types, forms, ways and languages”, so Neubauer.

Vatican acts as a “late comer”

Thunderstorm weather

The climate catastrophe as the common denominator

Here cause and effect seem to be reversed. Apparently the Roman Catholic Church only jumped on the bandwagon of environmental and climate protection at a later point in time and is now propagating this through the “preservation of creation” narrative. In reality, however, the opposite appears to be the case.

As Alice Ann Bailey, the “spiritual head” of the global school curriculum rolled out, put it, “only” major crises are needed. “The Externalization of the Hierarchy”, Alice Bailey, Lucis Trust:

The Externalization of the Hierarchy - Alice Bailey

The new world order must be appropriate to a world which has passed through a destructive crisis and to a humanity which is badly shattered by the experience.
The new world order must lay the foundation for a future world order which will be possible only after a time of recovery, of reconstruction, and of rebuilding.

In the United States, Canada, Australia, UK and New Zealand, some people may be very familiar with the saying “Build back better” recently used by numerous politicians.
The Church of Rome, the initiator of activism, and Neubauer as an unsuspecting tool.

Church of Rome and Bailey serve the same Lord

occultism

He will appear as an ‘Angel of Light’

What should come together comes together.
What do self-confessed Satanist Alice Ann Bailey and the Roman Catholic Church have in common? Both serve the same Lord. The great challenge was to bring the ecclesiastical and secular worlds together under the same roof, on a global scale. Theology in the Christian sense does not get the atheist excited any more than it does the members of Islam, Buddhism or any other religion. But with the topic of “environmental and climate protection” this is very successful, as can be seen very clearly today. The process is nearing completion. The “brothers” of the “Society of Jesus” are extremely busy at work here.

Climate issue will be accelerated

The fact that the Church of Rome is now pursuing the issue of environmental and climate protection more quickly is demonstrated by the Jesuit order’s statement when it closed its location in Linz, Austria (Info). They now want to focus more on the topics of “climate protection, youth and justice”. The headquarters of the Jesuit Order of Central Europe is in Munich.

With the now publicized solidarity between political activists and the Vatican, another milestone has been set on the path to the replacement religion “Preservation of Creation”.

Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.
Romans 1:24-25

Bible verses from King James Version

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