Video – This Writer Is Not A Roman Catholic, But This Roman Catholic Has Something Worthwhile To Say & You Should Listen.

Entering The Flames Of Hell

Roman Catholic Priest Has Something To Say!


Many Links Below – Become Informed!

Feel Free To Pass On Any Posts


Pensamiento Peligroso writes the truth as he sees it, and if it upsets you, then it makes you think! Subscribe for free – no ads!



  1. PJ London · · Reply

    Thanks for the link.
    You don’t have to be a Catholic to resonate with this message.
    You don’t even have to be a Christian to resonate with this message.
    Muslims treat life as sacred.
    Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, Scientologists all treat life as sacred.
    “There is a voice inside of you
    That whispers all day long,
    ‘I feel this is right for me,
    I know that this is wrong.’” –
    Shel Silverstein
    It is the voice that makes us human.
    Any society that does put the protection of the lives and wellbeing of children and women as the first priority is doomed.
    It makes us less than human.
    To still that voice, to change what we are, to make us less than human, requires a conscious, deliberate, planned (and expensive) effort and actions.

    Plans of the Frankfurt School (1941-6)
    1. The creation of racism offences.
    2. Continual change to create confusion
    3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children
    4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority
    5. Huge immigration to destroy identity.
    6. The promotion of excessive drinking
    7. Emptying of churches
    8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime
    9. Dependency on the state or state benefits
    10. Control and dumbing down of media
    11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family
    One of the main ideas of the Frankfurt School was to exploit Freud’s idea of
    ‘pansexualism’ ~ the search for pleasure, the exploitation of the differences between the sexes the overthrowing of traditional relationships between men and women.

    To further their aims they would:
    • attack the authority of the father, deny the specific roles of father and mother, and wrest away from families their rights as primary educators of their children.
    • abolish differences in the education of boys and girls
    • abolish all forms of male dominance ~ hence the presence of women in the armed forces
    • declare women to be an ‘oppressed class’ and men as ‘oppressors’
    ‘We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks.’
    PS this had nothing to do with Hitler or the Nazis.
    But the voice has been stilled by churches, mosques, synagogues and temples as well as a million political movements and parties.
    To still the voice they appeal to fear and greed, and millions of people react without thinking.
    It takes a strong person to face all the pressures of society and be willing to be stigmatised, ostracised and demonised for refusing to accept the prevailing dogma. No matter who is preaching it.
    “To stand up for truth is nothing. For truth, you must sit in jail.”
    ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
    “Bless you prison, bless you for being in my life. For there, lying upon the rotting prison straw, I came to realize that the object of life is not prosperity as we are made to believe, but the maturity of the human soul.”
    ― Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956
    It does not matter who or what is declaring “This is truth”.
    Life for me is a search for truth.
    Not your truth, or his truth or her truth, but ‘the’ truth. With the full knowledge that I will never attain the truth but acceptance that it is the journey that counts.


  2. PJ; Always good to hear from you. You are spot on, although I would clarify that the “voice” is your conscience (con = with; science = knowledge). It is the knowledge of God which nobody can escape. Read the book of Romans first 3 chapters. Also, remember what Jeremiah says in Chapter 17 vs. 9; “The heart is deceitful above all else and desperately wicked; who can know it?” Trust God’s word and not your heart. “The Truth”, of which you speak, is in the Bible. The Bible is the source of all truth, and its precepts apply as much today as they did 1, 2, 3, or more thousand years ago. Keep in mind that the Bible has things in it that apply to the culture of the times, and as a result are now obsolete such as the ceremonial and sacrificial laws and laws that deal with slavery (although not the morally proper way to treat a slave). The moral laws still apply, that murder is wrong (the Bible defines murder), lying, stealing, cheating, adultery, fornication etc. etc. are still all as wrong now as then. The problem lay in the “linertrain” (small “L”) mind set of man that seeks to do his/her own “thing”, and not be told what to do. Scripture says there is liberty in Christ, and indeed there is. If we all followed the basic precepts of do unto others…., then we would have a peaceful and prosperous society. The establishment, which is anti-Christ, will not have that. They want to be god (little “G”). P.S. So you know, this person was a sex, drugs, and rock and roll degenerate for the first 35 years of life. I’ve seen and lived both sides.


  3. PJ One other thought; ALEKSANDR SOLZHENITSYN wrote in the Gulag Archipelago that the reason Russia went down the tubes is they “forgot God”. He also lamented the same was going on in Europe and the U.S.


  4. PJ London · · Reply

    as I may have mentioned my elder brother is/was a Doc Div with his major in Epistemology. This led to many interesting discussions. Specifically the gatherings at Nicaea.
    For instance Appollonius of Tyana whom the Romans called Paulus was in fact St Paul. That the Acts of the Apostles were in fact the letters that this Greek wrote to the various cities of Greece and Italy. His birth and life was very parallel to the story of Christ (including Angels foretelling his birth, born in a cave-stable etc. etc.) which also had very close parallels to Mithra some 1,500 years before either of them. He apparently travelled to India and was at least knowledgeable of the Hindu religion and the god Krisna.

    Biblical scholar Bart D. Ehrman relates that in the introduction to his textbook on the New Testament, he describes an important figure from the first century without first revealing he is writing about the stories attached to Apollonius of Tyana:

    ‘Even before he was born, it was known that he would be someone special. A supernatural being informed his mother that the child she was to conceive would not be a mere mortal but would be divine. He was born miraculously, and he became an unusually precocious young man. As an adult he left home and went on an itinerant preaching ministry, urging his listeners to live, not for the material things of this world, but for what is spiritual. He gathered a number of disciples around him, who became convinced that his teachings were divinely inspired, in no small part because he himself was divine. He proved it to them by doing many miracles, healing the sick, casting out demons, and raising the dead. But at the end of his life he roused opposition, and his enemies delivered him over to the Roman authorities for judgment. Still, after he left this world, he returned to meet his followers in order to convince them that he was not really dead but lived on in the heavenly realm. Later some of his followers wrote books about him.'[31]

    Sossianus Hierocles argued in the 3rd century that the doctrines and the life of Apollonius were more valuable than those of Jesus’, a viewpoint reportedly held by both Voltaire and Charles Blount during the Age of Enlightenment.[32]

    We discussed :
    That Constantine (who had been in Brittanica) was until his death, a sun worshipper of the Druidic persuasion and that the leading Druid at that time was a man called Hesus.
    All of this was/is recorded contemporaneously but denied and hidden by the Roman Catholic church.
    It was / is interesting to me that the church worships on Sunday rather than Saturday, that the birth of Christ is in fact the same celebration that was the birth of the Sun (three days after the winter solstice), that the Crucifixion was only added to the gospels some 40 years after they were written, that the gospels were first written in 380 AD and that none of the Gospels were in fact written by the individuals named for them.
    Easter was celebrated at the festival of Ishtar and still is and so on and so on.

    So whilst I appreciate your views, I do not share them.

    With peace and regards


    1. PJ You are free to believe as you please, and that’s one of the nice things about living in a Christian society. As Christianity is purged from a society, people tend to be forced to conform to the beliefs of whomever is in power. It is worth noting that just because someone believes something, does not make it true. The Scripture, both Old and New Testaments have been vetted quite thoroughly. The birth of Christ was likely in the month of September. Christmas was established as a paean to the pagans, and that is why it is celebrated at the end of December. Paganism has infiltrated the church in many ways – especially under the aegis of Roman Catholicism. There is liberty in Christ, but not all people can see that. Some people are born knowing it, and some people, such as myself, find out much later in life. Some people never find out. That liberty is a free and cleansed spirit under Christ’s yoke which is obedience to His laws out of love – not slavish obedience. You will find His laws are good for everyone, and are even handed in their application under the Scriptures. Thank you as always for your kind and restrained response, and may you one day be touched by the grace of God to know Him and revere Him.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: