After the death of the Pope Emeritus, Benedict XVI, Bergoglio lost no time in rewriting history to hide the fact that he is acting in complete opposition to Tradition. For example, on one of his many ‘Magisterial’ in-flight press conferences, Bergoglio tried to convince us that he and Benedict were besties and that his NWO apostasy agenda had the full support of poor Ratzinger.
This posthumous campaign against the previous Pope ramped up a notch when the current Vatican hierarchy now has its true opinion of Benedict literally etched in stone.
Rome Reports shared the time-lapse video of an artist creating a disturbing bust of the Pope Emeritus from a previous bust made by him. The first version had apparently been rejected by the Vatican because of its hollow, soulless eyes. [It is perhaps of note that having one’s eyes plucked out is a penalty in several degrees of Freemasonry for the violating of one’s oaths.] Apart from that perturbing detail, the statue had some artist merit, being a decent likeness of Ratzinger, and presented with the dignity merited by a Pontiff.
The updated version, however, reminds one of those hideous displays of preserved cadavers that are popular among the avant-garde and their luciferian hangers-on. As shown the in the video, the artist has chipped away his subject’s clothing, leaving the emaciated flesh of an elderly man. Stripped of all dignity in this way, the result is something almost less than a man, or perhaps ore accurately, of a lonely and despairing man without anyone to care for him and cover his nakedness.
It is this shameful image that was awarded a prize by the Pontifical Academy of Fine Arts. Although the artist, Jacopo Cardillo, says that he loved the former Pope, the thumbnail image on the video showing him staring intently at his work, reveals anything but love.
Cardillo named the original bust, ‘Habemus Papam’, while the new version is called ‘Habemus Hominem’. I think you will agree that ‘Habemus Abominamentum’ is a far more accurate description. Cardillo is apparently a ‘self-taught’ artist who created ‘Habemus Papem’ at the age of 23. He was fascinated by the legendary ‘Veiled Christ’ sculpture, which is said to have been wrought by the aid of alchemy. He also seems to have a thing for sculpting fetuses, both living and dead. The source of his talent I will leave to your imagination.