Warnings From Beyond (Hell)

Warnings From Beyond (Hell), Part 2 of 3

To the Contemporary Church
[Confessions of Hell]
A literal text of the revelations made by the demonsBeelzebub, Judas Iscariot, Akabor, Allida,  and Verobaduring a series of exorcisms' from 1975 to 1978
A translation from the French, by Nancy Knowles Smith, of the book'Avertissements de l'Au'delà à l’Église Contemporaine – Aveux de l’Enfer’  by Jean Marty.
 The revelations have also been published in German by Bonaventure Meyer in Switzerland.
 Jean Marty's book in French is available from 'Les Editions Saint Raphael, 31 Ouest, rue King, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada J IH INS.



E: In the name of the Most Blessed Virgin, tell us the truth! 

B: John XXIII commenced his pontificate in 1958; this John was not especially intelligent, he was not particularly learned. We would rather not talk on that subject.

E: But now, is he up in Heaven? 

B: Alas, She (he points upward) would like us to say something about him and the damned Council but that is precisely what we do not want to do. You will have much plainer sailing everywhere if you do not talk about the Council and just simply go on your way. 

E: In the name... say only what the Blessed Virgin wishes! 

B: Alas, She wishes too much of it - too much of it! (He sighs) 

E: Say what She wishes! 

B: In 1958, John commenced his pontificate; it was an emergency solution, you could say, but still, it was he who arrived. He was pious and had good intentions,[27] although things did not always turn out as he had foreseen. The fact remains that he convoked the Council, and he would have done better had he refrained from doing so. 

E: From what point of view would it have been better if he had refrained from doing so? 

B: From the point of view of up there (he points upward) 

E: Tell the truth! 

B: We don't want to say this; we have no wish to preach. 

E: From the point of view of down below (he points downward), how was it? 

B: Good! It was like this: it was not provided for, up there,[28] that in the end, the baby would be thrown out with the bath-water. Those up there had not wanted that. But things being what they are now, it would have been better if the Council had not been convoked.[29] There were, it is true, some things which could be said were in need of a renewal. But things being what they are now, the baby has been thrown out with the bath-water so completely that the water can run out, the Devil knows to where, and all that remains in the bathtub is the filth and the dirt of the child who was in the bath. It would have been better...

E: By “the baby”, you mean the Holy Church?

B: Yes, the Church and the Council. With the Council, a very great mistake was made. I mean that it is not without good reason that Pope John has said... (he breaks off). Even today, he would be turning in his grave is he knew what its results are. 

E: Doesn't he know? 

B: Of course he knows. He already saw on his deathbed that it was not very smart. But it was already much too late. He did not know that this Council would have such deplorable, destructive, catastrophic, frightful consequences. He thought he was doing the right thing. He had good will. He believed that he was doing everything for the greatest good of the Church. He wished to renew what little needed renewing.

Could he know that later, those cardinals, those fraudulent imitations of cardinals, those evil cardinals, would snatch the scepter from his hands and would plunge everything into this terrible state? Could he know that? He acted in good faith, so he reached Heaven -at all events, he is saved. 

E: In the name... tell the truth and nothing but the truth! 

B: He was humble and good, but he was not very gifted. At that time, it would have been necessary to install a very gifted Pope, knowing how to govern the Church and to maintain his authority in such a way that he could not be countermanded. But he learned that too late.[30] But, everything considered, it was in the plans of Those up there (he points upward) because the Scriptures must be wholly fulfilled.[31] Everything was in their plan, but all the same, it is a lamentable sight for Those up there to see the present situation.

E: In the name of the Father... B: He suffered bitterly for it on his deathbed, and he sent for some of his intimate friends, or those whom he thought were loyal to him. He told them that he would like to shout to the world: “If only I had not convoked this Council!”

Because he now saw the frightful consequences of it. but was able to do nothing more, and because he was now on his death-bed and could no longer do anything at ail to stop everything -may the Lord wish to be merciful to him; that was all he could still say. Let the others, the so-called Heaven, to make that known to the world and also to the next Pope.

E: In the name... tell the truth, and only what the Most Blessed Virgin wishes!

B: But those supposedly trustworthy men thought: “He is on his death-bed, he is no longer completely rational.” When a Council has been convoked, one can't just simply say: “We are stopping it” as if it were a tap which had been turned on full and only had to be turned off again. This Council no longer had a handle by which one could take control or slow it down. Things were already too far advanced for anyone to be able to do anything.[32] The control was broken. It was already broken when John XXIII died.

Naturally, we (demons) were involved in the coup. We were trying to gain an advantage everywhere. Naturally, we did our utmost so that this tap could no longer be turned off to stop the flood. That is why you have dissensions which are deadly, catastrophic, frightful, and everything else the Devil knows how to create.
His trustworthy men said: “Perhaps he has arteriosclerosis, or something like that, and he no longer knows very well what he is saying.” The trustworthy men said to each other: “This must definitely not become known. Things are so far advanced, everything is so much under way and so involved, that one can no longer pull the feet out of the shoe.”

E: In the name...! 

B: Then came Pope Paul VI, intelligent and gifted. But what could he do to slow down what his predecessor had set in motion, and to put it into reverse? Besides, Paul VI himself made some mistakes in the beginning. He did not know what John XXIII had said on his deathbed. Then he did learn about it, but too late. At all events, he did not act on it, to his own great harm. He even took some steps that even added to the disaster.[33]

His pontificate has now lasted for almost fourteen years, and those fourteen years have been disappointing for him. He learned very quickly what the Council had brought with it of a destructive nature, hut too late.[34] It is a long time - many years - since he understood the faults he committed but nevertheless, it was too late. Now he follows a terrible road, a martyr's road, as the other demons have previously had to say before me, so that he can no longer do anything in the chaotic situation existing at the present time.

People always say: It is the Holy Spirit, it must be the Holy Spirit.[35] When, for example, the false Pope receives diplomats and all sorts of political men in whatever fashion happens to enter into his head, or as it pleases his cardinals, then the world, or at least the world which calls itself faithful to the Pope, says again: The Holy Spirit breathes! This must be the Holy Spirit! But the majority of people do not know that the Holy Spirit no longer has anything to do with it. Now we don't wish to speak any more! 

E: You don't wish to speak? But have you said everything that you have to say, Beelzebub? Was the Council directed by the Holy Spirit or not?

B: In the beginning, the Holy Spirit was still present some of the time, but even at that stage, not always.[36]