No one logged in.
PrintRSS
Shopping cart is empty.
Vati Leaks Feedback button

Latest Tony Bushby Books

Christ On Trial
The Christ Scandal
The Christ Scandal and Christ On Trial

The Vatican's macabre library

To this very day, the Vatican maintains the most morbid and secretive library in the world. Called the ‘Custodia’, its purpose is to store sacks and envelopes filled with human skull fragments, ashes, bones, pieces of old blood-stained clothing and other gruesome items all pertaining to be the relics of deceased Catholic saints. An inexhaustible supply of skeletal remains is found in the catacombs, the water-torn tunnels or galleries used for burials that underlie the Roman district, and they are alleged to be collected and sent by the ‘Superintendent of the Catacombs’ to the Vatican to be baptized. It is said that then the Vatican’s Canon-Custodian produces ‘Certificates of Relics’ that are taken to the Vatican for the signature of the Cardinal Vicar (Italian: Cardinale Vicario). Cardinal Vicar is a title commonly given to the vicar general of the diocese of Rome for the portion of the diocese within Italy. The official title, as given in the ‘Annuario Pontificio (under the heading ‘Vicariate of Rome’), is ‘Vicar General of His Holiness for the Diocese of Rome’:

'Because churches and chapels are inaugurated every month somewhere in the world, the priest-librarian is kept busy filling envelopes with pinches of dust or fragments of bone which are then mailed in registered letters'.

('The Vatican Papers', Nino Lo Bello, New English Library (a division of Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd.), Kent, 1982)

The opening of graves and dismemberment of bodies and the traffic in human remains had its beginnings in Christianity in the Fourth Century under the papacy of Pope Damasus (d. c. 384), 'the evilest person of the Fourth Century' ('Encyclopedia Britannica', Vol., 6, 12th Ed., 'Damasus'). Little is known about his past because it was 'deleted from modern revisions of Catholic history' ('A History of the Popes', Dr. Joseph McCabe, Rector of Buckingham College; d. 1955; C. A. Watts and Co, London), but we do know that Pope Damasus opened for the Church of Rome an era of gross fraud and exploitation of the ignorant masses. He had the catacombs drained and repaired, and personally wrote false inscriptions for what he passed off as 'the tombs of the martyrs'.

Human body parts in Christian churches

The peculiar practice in Catholicism of collecting human remains gained momentum in the Ninth Century when Pope Nicholas I (858-867) decreed it unlawful for a church to be built or consecrated without a box of human bones or some other fetid scraps being deposited under the altar, and they were lodged there in grand ceremonies in which believer's contributed a donation to be in attendance. Nicholas I was supporting a decree of the second Council of Nicaea in 787, reaffirmed by the Council of Trent in 1546, that forbade the consecration of any church without a supply of human relics ('Catholic Encyclopedia', Farley Ed., Vol., xii, p. 737). Thus the ancient superstition of human remnants being placed in churches was sanctioned, and its observance was then made mandatory under Canon Law.

The bishop who sold human corpses

An unceasing demand for human body parts was created, and the market supply was more than equal to the pious demand. For example, the ancient tradition of the Vatican building up an assemblage of grisly human remains across Europe is recorded in Church records, and this is one instance:

'At the beginning of the ninth century the exportation of bodies from Rome had assumed the proportions of a regular commerce, and a certain bishop, Deusdona, acquired an unenviable notoriety in these transactions'.

('Catholic Encyclopedia', Farley Ed., Vol., xii, pp. 737-8)

The bishop and his 'unscrupulous rogues' (ibid) were selling human remains to churches throughout Europe as those of Christian martyrs, and body parts 'discovered near a church or in the catacombs' (ibid) brought the greatest price. Of this deceptive practice, British-born American author John William Draper (1811-82) said this;

'The pretence reflects the debauchery of morals and mind which made possible these scandalous practices of the Christian priesthood'.

('The Intellectual Development of Europe', J. W. Draper, i, p. 328)

In such an atmosphere of lawlessness, fake human relics came to abound, and priests induced the rabble of the day to part with what little cash they had to view the frauds in Church-arranged ceremonies.


  • Newsletter Sign-up
  • Contact Us
Free weekly newsletter Sign-up

Captcha Image
Tell A Friend

Contact Vati Leaks

VATILEAKS
PO BOX 417
COOROY QLD 4563
AUSTRALIA






Captcha Image
Subscribe to: Monthly Newsletter
  • Live Feed
  • Product List
  1. The attempts to kill Pope John Paul II Vati Leaks 22-May-2013
  2. Confucius in the Gospels Vati Leaks 15-May-2013
  3. Papal absurdity Vati Leaks 08-May-2013
  4. Tomb of St. Peter a shocking invention Vati Leaks 01-May-2013
  5. Will the Vatican please explain! Vati Leaks 16-Apr-2013
  6. Pope to review Vatican bureaucracy, scandal-ridden bank Vati Leaks 09-Apr-2013
  7. The Jesuit Pope and the secret of Jefferson’s Bible Vati Leaks 03-Apr-2013
  8. Cross of Christ ‘invented’ Vati Leaks 26-Mar-2013
  9. Pope Francis and the ‘madman’ Vati Leaks 21-Mar-2013
  10. False papal statements issued by Vatican Press Office Vati Leaks 13-Mar-2013
  11. Vatileaks predicts a French Pope Vati Leaks 11-Mar-2013
  12. Conclaves sodden with corruption Vati Leaks 07-Mar-2013
  13. The bombshell set to rock the Vatican Vati Leaks 04-Mar-2013
  14. Lightning strike bad omen for Vatican Vati Leaks 28-Feb-2013
  15. Pope Benedict XVI’s dark legacy Vati Leaks 25-Feb-2013
  16. The last Pope and the secret prophecies of Nostradamus Vati Leaks 21-Feb-2013
  17. Vatican loses fight to keep sex files secret Vati Leaks 18-Feb-2013
  18. Position vacant: New Pope Wanted Vati Leaks 14-Feb-2013
  19. The Vatican’s ‘Book of the Popes’ fictitious Vati Leaks 11-Feb-2013
  20. ‘Drunk as a pope’ (origin of the saying) Vati Leaks 07-Feb-2013
  21. The Encyclopedia the Vatican suppressed Vati Leaks 04-Feb-2013
  22. How much longer can the Vatican avoid priest sex abuse charges? Vati Leaks 28-Jan-2013
  23. A frank Vatican confession Vati Leaks 24-Jan-2013
  24. The boy pope Vati Leaks 21-Jan-2013
  25. Evidence that Pope John Paul II was a fraud Vati Leaks 14-Jan-2013
  26. Judge orders confidential Vatican files to be released Vati Leaks 09-Jan-2013
  27. Bank card payments suspended in Vatican Vati Leaks 07-Jan-2013
  28. A glaring omission in World’s oldest Bible Vati Leaks 02-Jan-2013
  29. QUOTE OF THE YEAR Vati Leaks 29-Dec-2012
  30. Bibles banned in Berlin schools Vati Leaks 24-Dec-2012
  31. ‘Scared about the Mayan prophesy? Leave your possessions to the Church’ Vati Leaks 19-Dec-2012
  32. Italian Catholic Church to pay property tax from next year Vati Leaks 14-Dec-2012
  33. Why aren't Christians told about this? Vati Leaks 10-Dec-2012
  34. Christ, the 'drunkard' Vati Leaks 06-Dec-2012
  35. The Pope who ruled Christianity from a cave Vati Leaks 03-Dec-2012
  36. Pope’s new book sourced from fictitious writings Vati Leaks 26-Nov-2012
  37. Was the Third Secret of Fatima subtly revealed in 1969? Vati Leaks 21-Nov-2012
  38. Prince Charles supported arrested paedophile bishop Vati Leaks 19-Nov-2012
  39. The great Vatican fraud Vati Leaks 14-Nov-2012
  40. NEWSFLASH: Dramatic collapse of Catholic worshippers Vati Leaks 12-Nov-2012
  41. Priests who ‘crash’ Vati Leaks 05-Nov-2012
  42. Tampered biblical texts Vati Leaks 31-Oct-2012
  43. Why Napoleon dismantled Christianity Vati Leaks 19-Oct-2012
  44. Mythical Vatican predecessors Vati Leaks 09-Oct-2012
  45. The ‘holy Ghost’ hoax Vati Leaks 01-Oct-2012
  46. The fake ‘Gospel of Jesus’ Wife’ Vati Leaks 24-Sep-2012
  47. When multiple popes ruled Christianity Vati Leaks 18-Sep-2012
  48. The Pope’s oracular skull Vati Leaks 13-Sep-2012
  49. The Bible is fiction; PART 3 Vati Leaks 03-Sep-2012
  50. 'The Economist' Estimates the Catholic Church Spent $171,600,000,000 in 2010 Vati Leaks 21-Aug-2012
  51. The Bible is fiction; PART 2 Vati Leaks 15-Aug-2012
  52. The Bible is fiction; PART 1 Vati Leaks 10-Aug-2012
  53. Great Pyramid on Islam’s destruction list Vati Leaks 07-Aug-2012
  54. Why the Vatican suppressed the Gospel of Peter Vati Leaks 01-Aug-2012