URGENT….. (Friday 29 May 2011) They have exhumed Pope John Paul II corpse one week from Good Friday and will worship him one week from Easter Sunday..

They are reenacting the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ via the   Pagan Good Friday and Easter Sunday , also timed during the Mercury, Venus, Mars, the Moon, Jupiter and Uranus alignment.


Venerating/Worshiping the dead…exhuming the body of Pope John Paul II for May 1 2011…WHAT IN THE WORLD IS THIS ?? courtesy msnbc

We mourn for the dead and pray for their families to be comforted ;We do  not pray to or for them

The world is racing from one  occultic  event to another  occultic  event. After the Royal wedding , no break for the sleeping world, in comes the beatification of the Pope John Paul II. Yet another significant event in the Apocalyptic calendar of 2011.

First of all ONLY GOD MAKES PEOPLE SAINTS. What is going to happen in Rome this Sunday is abominable .No man can make another man saint, but this is what Pope Benedict is going to do this May 2011.

Secondly the dead are not to be remembered according to true Christian tradition .Christians know that the those who die in Christ are asleep not in the sense that they can physically awake at any time but that they will resurrect at the coming of Jesus Christ.

What is profoundly shocking about this beatification is that THEY HAVE  EXHUMED THE BODY OF POPE JOHN PAUL II .

What is a “Christian Church” doing blessing  a dead  body , not even embalming it , blessing a corpse ??!!!

Well they say that they are honoring him for performing a miracle as most saints are only made saints after tangible  proof of some supernatural act.

Yet it is occultic for Christians to remember the dead and say prayers for and to the dead .We are  not to have spiritual  contact with dead people, yet this is what the Catholic church will do worldwide with their Sunday Protestants.

This is why we worship and call on Jesus because he is alive. Christianity would be the most illogical religion if it were calling upon a  dead man  .That is why it is the true faith because we call on the Living God and Lord who died and rose again. Other religions worship dead men which is illogical because a dead person has no senses ; can’t hear or talk or give you anything.


God clearly warned that there should be no communication with the dead .Not that it is not impossible. It is possible.

King Saul talked with dead Samuel through the help of a medium who saw the spirits of the dead ascend from the earth.

1 Samuel 28:15 And Samuel said to Saul, Why hast thou disquieted me, to bring me up? And Saul answered, I am sore distressed; for the Philistines make war against me, and God is departed from me, and answereth me no more, neither by prophets, nor by dreams: therefore I have called thee, that thou mayest make known unto me what I shall do.

Thus it is possible to contact the dead but it is evil because it is illegally dabbling in the supernatural without the right  way which God has given for us to connect with the supernatural through prayer in the name of Jesus and reading his word inspired by the Holy Spirit.

Yet the Saul Witchcraft/Witchcraft of Endor  is what is going to take place in Rime when they beatify Pope John Paul II .

I believe that like Saul, Pope Benedict will be seeking divine help to complete the execution and implementation of the Global New World Order which will be sealed with the controlling of Jerusalem and establishing of the Antichrist Peace in Israel and Palestine.

After this beatification watch the pace at which things will happen in the Middle East especially Israel.

Arthur Owiti


Pope John Paul body exhumed ahead of beatification    



(Reuters) –

By Philip Pullella and Catherine Hornby

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope John Paul’s coffin was exhumed on Friday ahead of his beatification as tens of thousands of people began arriving in Rome for one of the biggest events since his funeral in 2005.

The Vatican said the coffin was removed from the crypts below St Peter’s Basilica while top Vatican officials and some of the late pope’s closest aides looked on and prayed.

Those present at the ceremony included Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, his personal secretary and right-hand man for decades, and the Polish nuns who ran the papal household for 27 years.

The wooden coffin will be placed in front of the main altar of St Peter’s Basilica. After Sunday’s beatification mass, it will remain in that spot and the basilica will remain open until all visitors who want to view it have done so.

It will then be moved to a new crypt under an altar in a side chapel near Michelangelo’s statue of the Pieta. The marble slab that covered his first burial place will be sent to Poland.

The pope is being beatified on the day the Church celebrates the movable Feast of Divine Mercy, which this year happens to fall on May 1, the most important feast in the communist world.

The coincidence is ironic, given that many believe the pope played a key role in the fall of communism in Eastern Europe.

As the Vatican prepares to move the late pontiff one step closer to sainthood this Sunday, Rome has been caught up with beatification fever.

The city is festooned with posters of the pope on buses and hanging from lamp posts as the city where he was bishop for 27 years awaits one of the largest crowds since his funeral in 2005, when millions came to pay tribute.

Large television towers are being erected along Via Della Conciliazione, the boulevard leading from the Tiber to the Vatican.

At least several hundred thousand people are expected at the mass in St Peter’s Square on Sunday when John Paul’s successor Pope Benedict XVI will pronounce a Latin formula declaring one of the most popular popes in history a “blessed” of the Church.


At least 16 heads of state and 87 official delegations from around the world will attend the beatification, the last step before sainthood in the Roman Catholic.

The Vatican has deemed that the otherwise inexplicable cure of a French nun, Marie Simon-Pierre Normand, who was suffering from Parkinson’s disease, was due to John Paul’s intercession with God to perform a miracle, thus permitting the beatification to go ahead.

Another miracle will have to be attributed to John Paul’s intercession after the beatification in order for him to be declared a saint.

Beatification-related activities begin on Saturday night in Rome’s Circus Maximus, the sprawling oval used by the ancient Romans for chariot races.

An all-night prayer vigil will be held in the oval, during which Normand, Dziwisz and Joaquin Navarro-Valls, the pope’s long-time spokesman, will describe their experiences with him.

John Paul’s beatification has set a new speed record for modern times, taking place six years and one month after his death on April 2, 2005.

While the overwhelming number of Catholics welcome it, a minority are opposed, with some saying it happened too fast.

Liberals in the church say John Paul was too harsh with theological dissenters who wanted to help the poor, particularly in Latin America. Some say John Paul should be held ultimately responsible for the sexual abuse scandals because they occurred or came to light when he was in charge.

Ultra-Conservatives say he was too open toward other religions and that he allowed the liturgy to be “infected” by local cultures, such as African dancing, on his trips abroad.

Editing by Maria Golovnina