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"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

Cults

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

"Mutilation among its members. In the nineteen nineties a group of Paul Marian priests sought hospital treatment after simultaneously piercing their penises with gold rings. According to the priests, they'd followed their holy fathers example as he'd previously told them that he'd mutilated his own testicles while they believed they were committing a holy act of penance. The sadistic pope just wanted them to feel the pain. He'd known his whole life he wanted everyone to hurt. As the new millennium approached Gregorio shocking behavior flourished in a drastic attempt to gain even more power over his disciples. He declared that the Bible used by other Catholics was false. It had been manipulated by evil people within the church. Gregorio said, he was divinely inspired to write a new poll, Marion, holy, book and wanted to circulate it as quickly as possible. His members accepted his word as Gospel and devoured the newly written teachings while news of the coming apocalypse would be disconcerting to most pomeranians rejoiced. They knew they'd be saved, but it seemed Gregorio at finally begun to reflect on his life in earnestness. By nineteen, Ninety, seven, the fifty, one year old realized that the Virgin Mary would not be restoring his eyesight and fell into a depression, his drunken outbursts and abuse became worse and more frequent. He admitted to having abused several priests and nuns. Between the mid nineteen, ninety s and the year two thousand, the numbers of his faithful declined dramatically. But Polk Gregorio continued to lead his most loyal members until March twenty, first two, thousand, five when the fifty, nine year old leader lost his life in ultra Spain. The rumor was he died during a vision while giving an impassioned Easter sermon but in reality, the cause of his death remains unknown. While his disciples mourned his loss, they anticipated the return of Christ at any moment of course, Armageddon never came meanwhile the rest of the world went on without a hiccup. Most Roman Catholics have never heard of Pope Gregorio. So his death meant nothing. Though. Church never recognized him. The Paul Marion's continued his legacy. After Gregorios passing his closest follower from the early days under the mastic tree. Manuel Corral assumed the Paul Marian Papal title as Pope Peter the second until his death in two thousand eleven. The POMERANIAN church still exists. The Cathedral was finally completed in two thousand fourteen after over thirty years of constant construction. Today the church is under the new leadership of Swiss man named Marcus Joseph Overmach who has called Pope Peter the third. The group targets the elderly and lonely as potential new members. They've recently launched a Palmeri Church website and are active on social media though the cathedral's doors remained closed to strangers inside Pope Gregorios followers still pray.

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"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

Cults

07:07 min | 9 months ago

"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

"To attend long masses and devotions. Pomeranians believe they should accept agony as an active restitution for the sense of humanity. So. The nuns did their hard physical work without complaining. Pope Gregorio created more suffering his sect by keeping their lives unpredictable. He required long starvation periods followed by longer stints of forced eating the Palmeri Pope claimed this was in the Name of Penitence however, it's more likely that Gregorio merely wanted to stay at the forefront of their minds. Bill, the Cathedral was incomplete Pope Gregorio required as nuns and priests to enter its unfinished malls and attend his interminable masses. There Gregorio ordered his disciples to practice what he called, Brazos and crews. These were hours long sessions for devotees prayed standing upright with their arms extended as if making a cross. Finely. After hours of listening to sermons, heat allow them to return home around one thirty. Am when the priests drove the nuns twenty five miles back to Seville every day they screamed their prayers at the top of their lungs to keep the bishop drivers awake. Sadly, it didn't always work despite their best efforts Paul Marion nuns and bishops ended up in several traffic accidents usually they survived but sometimes the late night collisions were fatal. Though priests and nuns lost their lives. Hope Gregorio refuse to change their schedules. The grueling Labor paired with inconsistent food supply and lack of sleep deeply affected the physical and mental health. Paul, Marion's in some the torture even led to psychotic episodes psychologist Miguel, pair lotto treated several of Gomez. Followers Church, he said the young people who get out are lost. They have a big problem with their identity. They've been emotionally abused and brainwashed into feeling terrified of Satan according to Dr Lotto former Palmeri disciples continued to struggle with their mental health for years leading to some drug addiction and chronic panic attacks. While Pope, Gregorio forced his followers to live in austere circumstances key and his closest bishops enjoyed all Seville had to offer the blind pope dined lavishly with his men at the city's finest restaurants where they drank heavily, they often stayed in. Hotels in a way Pope Gregorio practice. Day Do as I say not as I do form of religious leadership but he never attempted to hide his bad behavior. Hypocrisy was well on display as he sat front row at bullfights and more nights than not frequented well known bars the inebriated pope was melodramatic bidder and slimy in his drunkenness. He accosted anyone and everyone hide from the attention. Perhaps he needed others to see him acting out. neuroscientist Bill Gordon wrote a piece called excessive attention seeking and drama addiction for psychology today in it, he rode excessive attention seeking is a brain wiring response to early developmental trauma caused by neglect newborns are extremely dependent on getting their mothers attention for survival the more their needs are neglected during early development. The more the child equates getting attention with survival and safety in turn the more he or she develops the belief system that it is necessary to go to whatever lengths to get attention. If Gregorios, mother and father were unavailable in his earliest years when he needed their care, then this could explain why his attention seeking patterns became locked in. On May Eighteenth nineteen eighty two thirty six year old Pope Gregorios desperation for attention reached new heights when he drunkenly conceived a scheme to defy the Vatican once again. Pope John Paul. The second had announced a visit to a convent in Albuquerque stormies where the remains of Saint Teresa of Avalon were kept. According to rumors Gregorio convinced several of his men to drive there with him and steal them once inside the monastic stonewalls a drunken Brig oreo and his inebriated men clang VIN clamored disrupting the quite contemplation of the nuns. Pomeranians had the sisters attention they called out that John Paul, the second was the anti-pope and they wished he was dead pilgrims who had spent the night of the convent pushed Pope Gregorio and his bishops into the street. Suddenly a fight broke out quickly, the nuns rang the convent bells as a cry for help in minutes abroal that began between a few people snowballed into a riot towns people rushed to the competent to take down the false pope at his man. Locals through vegetables at Pope Gregorio and his group though the Paul Marion's made a run for it, they were unsuccessful the villagers grabbed the bishops beating whoever they could catch. Then they drove one of their cars into the river. By the time, the mayor arrived to restore order the mob had lost itself in chaos. The villages cried Lynch them all. As they chanted, they beat Poke Gregorio and his bishops within an inch of their lives had law enforcement arrived a minute or two. Later, the unruly crowd may followed through with lynching the intruders. To escape the fight poke Gregorio, and his men hid in the convent until the National Guard came to the rescue. The very nuns they so flagrantly harassed treated their wounds that the Palmeri had disturbed the peace the authorities let them go. In the end the mayor of all day Daytona Maze likely feared that if you press charges, it would reflect poorly on his constituents though Paul Marion's got off Scot free. After his reception and album HR. Maze Potpara `gorio grew paranoid that there were adversaries everywhere to keep a tight watch on his flock. He prohibited his followers from communicating with anyone who wasn't a practicing Paul Marianne this meant that many members began to ignore their sons and daughters who didn't agree with Pope. Gregorio. Even if a family and live together, there was to be silence between believers and non-believers. One former member said his Paul Marion parents ice him out of their lives. After he left the church, his family refused to set a spot for him at the dinner table and gave him an ultimatum to leave the house within six months beyond emotionally abusing his followers. Pope Gregorio was accused of several instances of physical abuse. For one thing, he continued to encourage self.

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"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

Cults

02:02 min | 9 months ago

"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

"Com slash freedom. Now back to the story. Throughout the nineteen seventies Clemente Dominguez Gomez defied the Catholic hierarchy again, and again he appointed himself Pope Gregorio and ordained dozens of basics and nuns according to the poll, Marian Church he drew in around ten thousand followers worldwide by the nineteen eighties though the actual number may much smaller as a sect grew he stripped them up confidence and instilled in them the fear of eternity in hell. In the case of one young devotee Gregorio inspired self mutilation to the point of castration while the young man was rushed to the hospital and survived Gregorio cast him out of the church. It was par for the course Gregorio only ever thought of himself and wanted to distance himself from a potential public scandal. He placed no value in his disciples who came from all over the world. Many of the international followers merely made the pilgrimage to Spain then returned home weeks later to recruit new members but were so taken with Gregorios Charisma. They stayed in Seville to devote themselves fully to a pious life before joining the conflict many women held jobs. But under poke Gregorio, they weren't allowed to pursue careers instead, he forced them to spend long days arduously digging ditches and laboring on the land. He only let them read his own work rule of the order and forbade them from listening to the news to protect them from the world's wickedness. Gregorio demanded the more devout nuns where crippling boned corsets long skirts and veils to cover their faces even during the hottest Spanish summers. At dawn his priests pick the sisters up at their convents in Seville in a fleet of White Vans and drove them to the basilica.

"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

Cults

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

"Oriole experienced. No shame. Gregorio enjoyed hearing the gasps from his acolytes when he regaled them with tales of his exploits, he was desperate for attention manic in his pursuit of it. If he said one thing but did another, he could keep his congregants focused on him. For this reason it seemed Pope Gregorio left no detail unmentioned not even when it came to relaying stories of sexual and continents having spent decades mutilating his own body to convince others he had stigmata Gregorio became desensitized to the practices danger under the hand of their sadistic anti-pope, the Pomeranian church glorified self mutilation as a means of penance. It has article the psychology of sado-masochism Psychiatrist, Neil? Burton. wrote. The status may derive pleasure from feelings of power authority and control and may harbour a conscious or unconscious desire to punish the object of sexual attraction. Sadism can also be a defensive strategy. So following his sadistic impulses, Gregorio endured his seat of ultimate power among his disciples. But the pain he inflicted on, them was more than emotional. It was physically abusive. This was most apparent in nineteen, eighty two when a young disciple decided to follow Gregorios. Footsteps. The boy deeply desired purity and wanted to be ordained in the Paul. Marion Church one morning after a stirring sermon by Pope Gregorio the novice ran to grab his Bible. Hell bent on finding a passage, the blind seer mentioned when he flipped to the Gospel of Matthew, he came across the quote if you're right eye causes you to stumble Gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell. Without hesitation the boy snuck into the kitchen of the home. He shared with other devout followers and grabbed a knife on the way back to his room he repeated under his breath, but it was better to lose an eye than to be cast to hell the young Paul Marion dug into a hallway closet and shut the door in the blackness. He punctured his eye and muffled his scream writhing in pain. The Deputy Lt hadn't gone far enough. There was something else he needed to gouge out and throw away something dirty and evil in anguish. He lowered the knife to his genitals in one fell swoop the boy castrated himself finally chased he hailed and blacked out it was hours before any other follower noticed he was gone. It was precisely the type of devotion Pope Gregorio had always longed for earth. Up Next Pope Gregorio Act promiscuously while requiring his bishops and nuns to lead celibate lives. This episode of cults is brought to you by simply safe. Simply safe was designed to be easy to use while protecting your whole home twenty, four seven, order it online with the click a button when my box arrived was able to get started on it right away. I didn't have to wait around for a technician to install it. The directions are very clear. An easy to follow I just had a place the sensors plugged in and connected it to my wife wine I headed up and running in no time. One of the things I was happy to discover is that simply safe offers water leakage sensors as well as fire in carbon monoxide alarm says add ons at those features to their twenty, four, seven professional monitoring and emergency dispatch, which starts at just fifty cents. A day on your home is pretty well protected. It's no surprise that simply safe was named best overall home security of twenty twenty by US News and world. report. Head to simplisafe dot com slash cults and get a free HD camera that simply safe dot com slash colts to make sure they know that our show sent you. If you think you may be depressed or you're just feeling overwhelmed or anxious better. Help offers license on mine counselors who are trained to listen to help. Talk with your counselor in a private online environment at your own convenience easily schedule secure video or phone sessions with your therapist plus exchange unlimited messages. Better help counselors have expertise in a range of issues including lgbt matters, trauma anxiety, grief, depression, relationship conflicts, self esteem, and more offering help that may not be available in your area. If, for any reason, you're unhappy with your counselor requested new one at any time at no additional charge. Join the over one, million people taking charge of their mental health the help of an experienced better health counselor. In fact so many people have been using better help that they are currently recruiting additional counselors in all fifty states. Better help is an affordable option and our listeners get ten percent off your first month with Discount Code Freedom. Go to better help dot com slash freedom to get started. A Better H E L. P dot.

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"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

Cults

07:56 min | 9 months ago

"pope gregorio" Discussed on Cults

"Gave them their namesake for the next two years. Gomez ordained a handful of priests and bishops. However. Since he wasn't recognized by the Roman Catholic Church, his ordinations meant nothing this nearly changed in January of nineteen seventy six when he was officially ordained by Vietnamese Archbishop, no didn't took yet while archbishop took had the religious power toward Dane priests. He still needed permission from the church itself to do. So when the pope heard that took, it ordained Gomez, they rejected his ordination outright. For one thing Gomez priests had no formal theological education most just wanted to be ordained quickly without attending seminary but more importantly took hadn't bothered to get. From the Vatican beforehand, this act was considered illicit. So Church authorities quickly excommunicated. Gomez and took the Catholic. Church. Things got worse for Gomez on March Eleventh Nineteen seventy six when authorities discovered Gomez with sixteen of his clergy men wearing traditional priestly garb without authorization from the Catholic Church Gomez and his men were arrested though it seems like a small offense this illegal act of defiance against the Catholic Church, landed Gomez and the priests in jail. Gomez and his Pomeranian priests were only detained for a night. They spent the following three weeks in France banished or hiding out from Spanish authorities. When the group got home local newspapers lasted Gomez for disrespecting the church concerned about the bad press Gomez decided to head back to France where he wanted to build a new colony Gomez and his closest followers filed into a van and made their way to the French countryside. There he installed bishops and went door to door recruiting. Unfortunately someone already had hold on the region. Most of the locals already studied under a French mystic Paul law. The PALMERI were no match for laws influence within weeks even one of Gomez's newly ordained bishops abandoned Gomez and joined pool laws. Spiritual army since Gomez wasn't drumming up any support, he knew it was time to return to Seville with his tail between his legs but on the priests long journey. Home Disaster Struck. The streets were slick that stormy night in late May nineteen seventy six, their driver faced a perilous road through a windshield lacquered with rain gamez sat in the passenger seat while his closest follower corral and several other Paul Marion bishops prayed in the back though their driver had experienced with inclement weather. The storm was monstrous. Suddenly the priest behind the wheel realized he was about to miss his turn he slammed his foot. On the brake and cranked his wheel to the right causing the van to hydroplane, he struggled to regain command, but it was too late. Then spun in circles to a cacophony of horns blaring hot white, light flashed in front. Of Gomez, like lightning all of a sudden his head went back broken waves of shattered glass washed over him. He felt warm blood slip into the corners of his eyes as rubber burned all around. When the van came to a halt. Everything went quiet a moment later. Gomez. Felt rain tap his face. He looked up to the sky to Orient himself. But saw nothing except blur of the blackest red. Then he passed out. Days later Gomez woke in a hospital room in San Sebastian. Northern Coast his doctor said when the van's windshield shattered splinters of glass pummeled his is the damage was severe. The surgeon said they acted fast to completely remove his eyeballs to avoid infection the hospital staff informed him, but he would never see again. The tragedy sparked a major change in Gomez. Not a good one. He began to believe his own lies suddenly it seemed he had real faith. He believed his blindness was temporary a test conviction. Once he'd proven to, God he could withstand actual suffering the virgin mother would restore his eyesight when Gomez finally returned to El Palmar, detroyer his disciples nicknamed him the blind seer too many. His survival was evidence that God protected him. When he neared death's door following the accident the now thirty two year old Gomez doubled down on growing his church. He s corral translate his conservative teachings into a spectrum of languages to spread his message throughout Europe in every language Gomez created an air of superiority, his flock could latch. Onto it was now US versus them the chosen versus the wicked unsaved. The Paul Marion saw everyone as an enemy not only did Gomez preach against the official Roman Catholic. Church. He also denigrated Liberal Activists Gomez envisioned a Spanish Vatican and Palmar detroi-. When he dreamt of the Finnish church, he saw towering Pallister's elaborate arches, ceremonial vaults and ornate domes inside he dedicate jeweled alters to Jesus Mary Joseph, and variety of saints outside there would be five meter high walls surrounding the sacred house to make this vision a reality he collected tens of thousands of dollars from well-to-do believers and force church members to construct what he called the Cathedral Basilica of our crown. Burgeon, of Palma. Even while still under construction, no outsiders were allowed inside the cathedral though the sect flourished the prospects of the Cathedral weren't enough for Gomez. He had his sights set on bringing the papacy to Spain. Then in August of nineteen seventy-eight, Gomez got the news he'd waited for Pope Paul six who shepherded the Catholic Church for the prior fifteen years had died the night of the pope's passing. Gomez confessed to his most trusted bishops that. He'd sinned Gomez said he slept with a young man on the eve of poeple six death however, he said it wasn't of his own volition. He told his priests that Christ appeared to him demanding he sin. So he could fully forgive sinfulness in others. He claimed, Christ, promised him the papal crown after confessing to his bishops. Gomez assumed the title of Pope Gregorio the seventeenth of the order of the Carmelites of the holy face. He said, the name was divinely bestowed upon him by the Catholic, Church didn't see things the same way they elected Pope John Paul the second and ignored Pope Gregorios claim. Still, the newly self appointed Pope Gregorio had several orders of business. He couldn't wait to address. He immediately canonized the recently deceased Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. He also posthumously deemed fascist leader Ho San Antonio Primo de Rivera and explorer Christopher Columbus. Saints? Pope Gregorio marked such actions by hosting wild long parties where food and wine overflowed. The blind seer reportedly had relations with a bevy of sexual partners both male and female. As. The apparition of Christ had already given him clearance to Sin Brig.

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