Reading on worthy subjects recently brought to me the following startling revelations.
Likely about a century ago two exiled Russians, named Sorokin and Golovine, who were not appreciated either by the Tsarist government nor by the Bolsheviks, found new life in the U.S. as college professors. These two together made a serious study of wars from the time of Christ's birth until 1925. They invented a means to graph these 2400 years of wars (that length of years either by their different accounting or by a misprint) according to their impact on life in the world, creating a numeric rating according to such matters as:
The numbers of men engaged in them.
Their proportion to the world's total population.
The number of casualties.
The number of countries involved.
Disastrous effects of each war.
The two started their graph at the time of Christ's birth apparently because their study showed ZERO wars at that time, thus giving their graph a zero starting point. (As a related aside here it seems proper today to point out that the famous book of the past, “The Golden Legend,” states concerning the nativity of Christ, “And it happed this night that all the sodomites that did sin against nature were dead and extinct; for God hated so much this sin, that he might not suffer that nature human, which he had taken, were delivered to so great shame. Whereof S. Austin saith that, it lacked but little that God would not become man for that sin.”
The Russian men found 902 wars recorded in history in those years.
The lowest number on their graph, the fewest wars impacting civilization in that time span, occurred in the 12th Century 1100-1200. This was the era of greatest impact of the Catholic Religion on both common people and governments of nations.
During the Crusades period, which is often presented as a terrible time of wars, their figure rose to 31.32.
The protestant “reformation” (actually a revolt against the Church as the name “protestant” glaringly reveals) was pegged at 567.5; 210 times the wars of the 12th century.
The first quarter of the 20th century skyrocketed to 13,735.98 on their graph. A startling 5,087 times that of the 12th century and 400 times the era of the Crusades. This is also the time of the warnings of Fatima, Portugal, which have not been heeded by a progressively pagan world still pretending, when materially profitable, to call itself relatively Christian.
But this terrible record, no farther recorded, was easily eclipsed by WW2, and the many wars since. Just those post WW2 most thought by Americans to have been wars is astounding. Chinese civil war, Palestine, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, unending wars in Africa. What have I missed here? Moreover, compared to wars of the past, modern wars do not spare civilian life at all; in fact the mass murder of civilians has become a war tactic. The chart numbers, if kept, would be in the millions or ten millions by now.
At least a portion of this charge toward satanism can be attributed to the individualist concept of “survival of the fittest” overriding the Christian concept of community, largely lost with the subversion of Catholicism. It has been pointed out that the evolutions, or more honestly, revolutions, of protestantism, which split nations, and Marxist economics, which split classes, and science, which vastly expanded killing power, have caused everything in the world to be fractured into warring fragments of what should be co-operative civilization.
It is no wonder at all that the devil has inserted his masonic and talmudic myrmidons into the very top of the Vatican to control the one organization which, before V2, was truly dedicated to a united world of informed Christians, inclined to do the wishes of its true Creator before those of man. A world where people could and did worship true God together with perfect understanding regardless of their various languages. The last refuge for people to escape Satan's influence.
As Satan above all knows well, those who do God's wishes will spend eternity in heaven, those who do man's, do the devil's will, and will spend eternity with him in hell.