OK... pour yourself a few fingers of your favorite adult beverage, sit down, take a deep breath, and read the following story spotted and shared by M.D.:

I want to draw your attention to the following paragraphs:

Engiven’s cryptocurrency donation platform will play a key role. The portal will allow people to donate crypto assets to over 300 parishes, schools, and ministries in the broader Washington, D.C., area. The digital nature of the platform also means donors can send money anonymously using various cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, from across the globe.

While the move is part of a trend of non-governmental organizations accepting the applicability of blockchain, especially in payment using cryptocurrencies, the Vatican has not yet issued clear guidance on the matter, nor have they officially acknowledged using cryptocurrencies.

In Nov. 2022, the first-ever Catholic Crypto Conference was held in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. It brought together over 250 congregants, including theologians, philosophers, cryptocurrency enthusiasts, and professionals from the financial services industry, to discuss and enhance the relationship between Catholicism and cryptocurrencies.

The conference focused on the opportunities and risks of crypto and how the Catholic Church should view blockchain technology and its use case outside of the financial world, such as storing parish documentation.

Blockchain is an immutable and distributed database that can store and track various transactions, including documents, coins, or artifacts with precision to their origins, potentially making storage safer. Safe storage can also help prevent corruption by keeping exact records of when and who accessed parish funds or documents.

Now, beyond the fact that this seems to be an egregious case of "Christianity and..." that C.S. Lewis warned about in The Screwtape Letters - you know, the phenomenon of people obsessed with what Christianity might say or think about "Christianity and the Women's Movement," "Christianity and Spelling Reform" or, as is the case here, "Christianity and Crypto-Currencies" - I hope you caught that business about anonymous donations and parish documentation, and that a cold shiver ran through you as it did me. Leaving aside for the moment that the blockchain technology is supposed to be entirely safe - you know, like the planscamdemic injections - and leaving aside for the moment that in spite of the claims some crypto-"currencies" have been hacked, and accepting those claims at face value and for the sake of argument, then what were being told is:

(1) crypto-currencies are a lovely way to launder money and keep the identities of the launderers anonymous; and

(2) why not use the Roman Catholic church and its vast global extent to do it? and,

(3) we need to beta test this on a small scale to see if it works and if people will actually use it, and

(4) if so, which will it take to tie all of this into the Vatican bank itself? and

(5) while we're at it, why not turn over all church records - baptisms, confirmations, marriages, annulments, ordinations, consecrations, property deeds, &c - into digital blockchain records.

This system, tied to the papal claims itself, and the inherent ability of a crypto-"currency" to be tied to a social credit system, and voila, you have a taylor-made "system" with ecclesiastical "sanction", and yet another expansion of the claims to universal and immediate jurisdiction, which makes its disturbingly bestial nature "ok"....


Don't say I didn't try to warn you...

... See you on the flip side...


Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. SoCal G on September 14, 2023 at 8:16 pm

    You know what else all those “exact records” of stores “documents” can be used for? Control files. I would add, imagine storing a recorded video file of what you “confess” to have done and then to be absolved of that sin with an agreed upon “donation”. If I can think of it, I know they can too.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 15, 2023 at 12:30 am

      1. The Roman Catholic Church is a devilish spy organisation, that tries to crawl under the skin, looking for a sin, to monetise, to gain global imperial power.

      2. A man’s digital track record becomes his confession, and the Jesuit inquisitor is the confessor, who, with digital sophistication, judges man’s every aspect.

      3. The Reformation was a counterculture, a controlled opposition, that rebelled, against absolute papal control, only to settle for a lesser degree of control.

      4. The Scythian position is fundamentally different, because “free will vs. necessary restraint” is a public matter, to be openly discussed, at an annual moot point.

      5. The proto-Scythians regarded the moot point as sacrosanct, and labelled it Yahweh, whereas man’s free will, to follow his stars, and change them, was Elohim.

      6. These principles still exist in modern terminology, as logic and reason. Man follows his logical trajectory of impulses, and adapts his behaviour by reason.

      7. In Scandinavian myth, these principles, derived from Bronze Age politics, are still at large, as Odin’s two brothers, Will and Woe, correlating to Elohim-Yahweh.

      8. Today, it is paramount, to understand Odin, as a unifier of logic and reason, together with the hidden reference, to Scythian influence in the Christian Gospels.

      9. Mythical Odin, as template of authority, is defined, by martial arts and runic run, which in return define man himself, by diametrical oppositions and trajectory.

      10. The Scythian thinking is derived from, and fixated on, the compass, and that is why the mediaeval churches recall rose windows, whose meanings are suppressed today.

      11. Both Europeans and Americans are today suppressed, by overseas hegemons, on a Vatican cold war chessboard, and which is brought to an end, by a Bering Strait crossing.

      12. In a Scythian revival, the Bering Strait is equivalent, to the Caucasian swing door through the Darial Gorge, which was the logistics, behind defeating the Assyrian empire.

      13. From Russian perspective, it is a matter of historical justice, because the Russian Tzar was murdered, by the Vatican deep state agency, to maintain Vatican control in the Americas.


      There is magic in steam locomotion,
      rollercoasting beyond horizon,
      with greetings at gate
      in Bering Strait,
      traveling New York to London.

  2. FiatLux on September 13, 2023 at 11:32 pm

    When the Ukrainian laundromat runs out of detergent, it will be awfully handy to have a digital one with global reach, capable of instant transfers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year — under cover of religious sanction, no less!

    • anakephalaiosis on September 14, 2023 at 2:52 am

      The inglorious Colosseum is expensive, and Vatican needs to finance its crusades, by digital screen bleeps, until Roman predator capitalists have divided druidic Britain, into provinces, to harvest its resources, and divide spoils amongst its shareholders, to fill the Roman treasury coffers.

      Only after deporting the ten tribes of the proto-Scythians, can their vineyards be divided, and, in a land run, become distributed amongst speculative opportunists, who are more pliable subjects, willing to pay taxes to Swampington, in Nineveh’s imperial domicile.

      Hungry are the Vatican wolves in sheepskin, drooling over Russian resources, waiting, willing and wanting, to devour the Little Red Riding Hood in Russia, because the Praetorian Guard of Romulus and Remus has an enormous appetite, to eat its fill, and globally engulf the whole planetary province.

      Scythian hunter kills the Vatican wolf, and makes slippers of its hide.

  3. marcos toledo on September 13, 2023 at 7:37 pm

    When will they ever learn mammon and faith never mix well?

    • anakephalaiosis on September 14, 2023 at 1:42 am

      1. The original message, from the Bronze Age, is a debt cancellation – by a seven years interval – which collides, with the perpetual hoarding of taxes by the Vatican.

      2. When Samuel constituted a dynasty of nincompoops, who – to secure their own pampered lifestyle – demanded taxes from brethren clans, it all fell apart in civil war.

      3. The Vatican is invoking a dynasty position, and is hanging by the fingernails, promoting devine right to rule, which was permanently abandoned by the Scythian descent.

      4. The Vatican’s regal minions, who are technically double agents, are in dire straits, without a feudal enforcer in the Ukraine, after the planned demolition of the USA.

      5. Revival of the Scythian position, is rebooting the Christian message, which does qualify as a “second coming”, when the narrative of the “skull cup harvest” brings down Nineveh.

      6. Papal taxes will vaporise, when Nineveh is no more, and today the Darial Gorge swing door is in the Bering Strait, which allows Scythians intercontinental mobility, to hunt culprits.

  4. cobo on September 13, 2023 at 7:15 pm

    I grew up going to Catholic Church, catechism, first communion. Thank God my parents dropped out when I was 11 years old – never confirmed. An Ursuline nun and Jesuits helped me get out of the jungles of Chiapas in ’75 after being attacked with machetes on March 30. Seven years later I went back, found the Jesuits and stayed a couple days until they asked me to leave. Perhaps I scared them. I was looking for help on my way back to where I had been attacked seven years prior – not found there.

    I attended mass in Phoenix Park in 1979 in Dublin, given by Pope John Paul. I had seen him fly in with a green painted fighter escort. I noticed, because: 1. he had been recently shot and recovered, 2. I was just out from serving in a Hawk AD unit in Germany and tended to look up. I don’t really have a point, sorry. But wrong just seems to be piling up. From “Changes in Latitude” by Jimmy Buffet – “If we weren’t so crazy, we’d all go insane.” For me, that’s good. I can crazy with the best.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 14, 2023 at 1:46 am

      Sure, Jesuit triple agents would have reason to fear retaliation, if one were ever to make the connection, that the Vatican sends out machete, bayonet and gladio, into the Ukraine, which then is followed up, by Vatican missionaries, to pick up the pieces, and ensure neuro-linguistic programming, to induce Stockholm syndrome amongst survivors, to produce pliable native slaves, in a Roman Catholic land grab, which in Europe is called NATO expansion, when Vatican is crusading into heathen territories, to steal Russian resources.

      In Europe, the crazy business is called Reformation, which is a halfway position, as a controlled opposition, initially instigated by the Vatican, against itself. To call the bluff, in the poker game, is undressing the pontiff in public, which is retrieving the original Scythian position, that is animalistic in its shamanistic approach, and which explains the Book of Genesis, from a bardic point of view. Everything, that the Vatican possesses, is stolen, and more wants more, until the thief hangs in the noose.

      I’m just around, to kick the chair.

      • cobo on September 14, 2023 at 8:28 pm

        Huh, what -? Although, in a way… what you’re saying makes sense :- )

        • anakephalaiosis on September 15, 2023 at 2:08 am

          1. To be converted by machete, is to be converted by sword, which, in Scandinavia, is a thousand years study of the Vatican modus operandi, and a thousand years of accumulated hatred, to go with it.

          2. When indigenous get raped, by the Vatican, they get glass pearls on a string, called rosary, and those, who are slaves, and delightfully happy with the exchange, endorse Stockholm syndrome in La La Land.

          3. In Scandinavia, Vikings still say “skál”, when toasting, which refers to a skull being used, as a cup, to toast an enemy to hell, and which is a reminiscence of Scythian resistance, from the 7th century BC.

          4. The Last Supper uses such a skull cup, which explains why Judas ran panicky, because the enemy infiltrators, in Judea province, were descendants of the parasitic oligarchy, that propped up the Assyro-Babylonian empire.

          5. The Greco-Roman empire is more of the same, and the Praetorian Guard, morphing into the Vatican, is a march towards an American empire, to rule the world, until 9/11, when the demolition and transition began.

          6. The Greater Israhell, in the Ukraine, is supposed to be the Vatican’s new pet empire, a Holy Roman Mafia organisation, to feudally protect the Jewish royalty in Europe, from being exposed as Catholic double agents.

          7. The knights of the Holy Grail are craftsmen in cup making, which is a nightmare to some, and trouble others, who prefer slavery, as a comfort, until they are culled, as useless cattle, by their vaccination slave masters.

  5. Laura on September 13, 2023 at 5:53 pm

    I agree that this type of giving eases in the social credit system concept by linking good will and money in a more digital way.

    “On the platform, the Church offers a buffet of things that the faithful can donate to – a “menu of ministries.” Included are initiatives like the Community Food Security Program.”

    On the other hand it could help democratize the flow of funds.

  6. InfiniteRUs on September 13, 2023 at 12:54 pm

    This is just a suspicion, not provable in any way by me. I suspect blockchain may not be safe or unalterable to super computers and specialized AI. So while a low level hacking or corruption of the data may be unlikely, those with access to specialized super computers and the funding to acquire them might be able to alter it anyway they like to show whatever they like. If so only the largest and wealthiest government intelligence agencies and financial institutions would have access to this capability and surely none of them would abuse this.

    • InfiniteRUs on September 13, 2023 at 12:59 pm

      Good thing there is trusted public legal over sight of these institutions… Oh wait…, there isn’t any at all is there?

  7. johnycomelately on September 13, 2023 at 9:30 am

    Maybe this is the modern version of funding the crusades?

    Those pesky Orthodox are throwing a monkey wrench in the globalist plans.

  8. anakephalaiosis on September 13, 2023 at 6:16 am

    That, which threatens the Vatican the most, and has the Roman Catholic Church shaken in its foundation, is the Scythian identity, which is basic shamanism mushrooming:

    North, south, east, west.
    Water, fire, air, earth.
    Man, spirit, reason, logic.

    Fixating the Aristotelian elements, on the 4-point compass, produces the ideological template of the proto-Scythians, and places Adon/Odin in a quintessential position.

    When Elohim-Yahweh, as logic and reason, is horizontally aligned, then man and spirit are vertically aligned, which, expanded, into the 8-point compass, is man’s template.

    This is known in the Bible, as the seven seals, that on the sundial begin and end in heaven, as the spirit in the sky, which, when forged into martial arts, overthrows empires.

    Further expansion, by the 32-point compass, produces the runic run, through man’s lifespan, which maps man’s morphology, in greater detail, and decides rightful kingship.

    Seen from another perspective, this is the recipe for fermented mare-milk, which – of course – needs skull cups, to be correctly served, which is why Judas ran panicky.

    • anakephalaiosis on September 13, 2023 at 6:40 am

      BTW, Lakota man Black Elk arrived at the same conclusion, defining the 4-point compass, together with vertical alignment, as the Six Grandfathers, which in return spurred the Vatican spangly banners, to carve their Jesuit-Freemasonic Swampington faces in those same rocks.

      How rude!

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