The Opus Dei is behind, and will stage, the manifestation of the False
Escrivá called the pamphlet
he authored, and which is so revered by Opus Deists, "The Way". A
blasphemy when we consider that Jesus is known among all Christians as
"The Way". The only Way!
The False Christ will be a
very well known face.
As soon as Ratzinger
assumed the Papacy as Benedict XVI, he blessed on September 14th - the
Solemnity of the Triumph of the Cross - a statue of Escrivá which,
earlier in 2005, had been installed in the outer wall of St. Peter's
Basilica. The warning given by Jesus, as recorded by Matthew on Chapter
24:15-21, regarding this event was and again is: "...see the abomination of desolation,
which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy
It was then confirmed.
Escrivá's pamphlet - "The
Way" - has 999 entries/meditations. If you flip over the number "999"
you have "666" the most common numerical equivalent of the beast.
As it is written, the first
beast can manipulate the political world leaders (the kings of the
earth) - thus becoming a political leader with global reach.
The Opus Dei has achieved this by having their followers penetrate the
political, religious and educational fabric of the societies in North,
Central and South America, Europe (Western and Eastern) and the
Philippines - while to a lesser degree - everywhere else in the world.
At the right time they will rise - as professional agitators do - and
lead the masses, within their sphere of influence, to adore the image
of the first beast - the False Christ - as the savior of the world. A
world which, by then, would be submerged in chaos.... a chaos they
Escrivá and his legacy is
all about money, power and the control of others: Everything associated
with Mammon - world riches - and nothing sacred. St. John Bosco - and
his legacy - is to Christ, as Escrivá - and his legacy - is to the
Escrivá's Judaic background
was initially exposed in an earlier
that we published and which now is fully confirmed in Chapter III
- Cryptojudaism and the Opus Dei
of the book Opus
Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer is
represented in the Book of Revelations (Apocalypse) by the beast no. 1
- which is clearly identified as the False Christ.