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Pope John Paul II’s pornography collection
Pope John Paul II’s charismatic mixture of seeming guileless and single-minded ambition staved off a major exposure of his sexual orientation, and as his career developed, he publicly feigned holiness, but the records of history reveal that he was something far different from the Vatican’s presentation of him as a Pope of pious splendour. It is seldom mentioned that almost all of John Paul II’s pre-papal writings testify to his intense and ever-recurring interest in sex, with ongoing references to lust, fornication, sexual urge and adultery. One of his biographers confessed that ‘his early writings have a certain danger of being misinterpreted as sexually explicit’ and tried to nullify the true nature of the Pope’s thoughts by saying that his expressions should be viewed as just unusual verbalism or maybe the result of translation errors.
The sex fantasies of a Catholic ‘saint-to-be’
In the Polish edition of an dissertation he wrote in 1962 as Bishop Wojtyla entitled ’Love and Responsibility’, he commented about sexuality and female ‘frigidity’ which he thought was a consequence of male egoism. He said:
The man, while seeking his own satisfaction, often in a brutal manner, does not know or wish to understand the subjective desires of the woman, nor the objective laws of the sexual process going on inside her.
(Stories of Karol, Gian Franco Svidercoschi; Translated by Peter Heinegg, Gracewing, Herefordshire, pp. 144-5)
In Love and Responsibility Wojtyla dealt extensively with ‘sex drive, and its religious and ‘libido’ interpretation, absorption of ‘sexual shame’ by love, sexual psychopathology and ethics, and the concept of virginity’ (Pope John Paul II, The Biography, Tad Szulc, Scribner, New York, 1995, pp. 209-210). It marked the continuation of Wojtyla’s active preoccupation with sexuality, a concern that would dominate his pastoral and papal attention over the upcoming decades. Such were the true inner thoughts of the saint-to-be and later editions of Love and Responsibility were restructured by Catholic editors who confused his thoughts in a forest of detail to make them of ‘ethical acceptance’ (ibid) for Catholic readers. In other words, his document was ‘sanitized’ for public consumption, and like many other aspects of his life purposely ‘whitewashed’, it was made to appear to be something that it never originally was.
Two of Pope John Paul II’s ‘dirty little secrets’
It is not openly known that Pope John Paul II was not only a transvestite (photo evidence), but also a purveyor of pornographic literature, although the Vatican, by coyly using a ‘rare word’, admitted to the fact that in the seminary he studied ******* (withheld until publication of the book). Following an article written by a Vatican exorcist entitled, ‘Satan is in the Vatican’ in the New York Times on March 28th, 2010, a reader responded with this comment:
One way to help exorcise the devil from the Vatican is to make a large bonfire of all Pope John Paul II’s books of perversion; all the sex books and magazines that were ever published. He had the biggest collection on the face of the earth. John Paul II bought them as soon as they came into the shops; he was no saint, but a pervert. That is how sex came in to the Vatican, with John Paul II.
(www.allvoices.com, Internet News Network)
Bishop’s pornography published with Pope’s consent
It is probable that the Pope purchased some of his pornographic literature that was published by ‘Weltbild’, a German publishing house 100% owned by Catholic bishops that produced a large range of exotic literature. ‘Weltbild’ flourished under John Paul II’s pontificate and expanded its production and sale of pornographic and satanic publications to around 2500 variant titles. Currently, ‘Weltbild’ has 6,400 employees and an annual turnover of €1.7 billion and is Germany’s largest bookseller after Amazon. The bishops originally purchased the publishing house early in the papacy of Pope John Paul II and rapidly expanded the business with the pontiff’s support.
The Pope’s strange ritual
From the evidence available, Karol Wojtyla, to become Pope John Paul II in October 1978, and since his days in the ‘underground seminary’ in Poland, was fixated with pornographic literature, and later his ‘sex books and magazines’ were described by a monsignor living in Vatican City as ‘the biggest collection on the face of the earth’ (ref. available). Members of the Swiss Guard purchased publications and conveyed them to the Pope’s quarters in the Vatican’s Papal Palace. Staff at the papal mansion at Castel Gandolfo claimed that John Paul II regularly engaged in self-flagellation, and among his many vestments was a particular type of knuckled belt that he used to whip himself, probably during kinky sex acts. The question then to be asked is this: ‘What type of erotic literature did Pope John Paul II need to arouse him?’ That question is answered in upcoming chapters and it not only reveals a deep secret of the Holy See, but also John Paul II’s involvement in the most serious scandal the Catholic Church has faced since the Reformation.
(Extracted from an upcoming book by Tony Bushby called; ‘Pope John Paul II’s Dark Secrets’; ‘Previously suppressed information about Catholicism’s most popular pontiff, including revelations about his ‘missing’ war years; why he was under surveillance by the Secret Polish Police; his involvement in the plot to murder Pope John Paul I (Albino Luciani), and why the Holy See needed to rewrite his past’).
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