Satanists Blamed For Theft Of Pope’s Blood

JohannesPaul2-portraitYou may have read of the theft of a reliquary containing the blood of Pope John Paul II, but did you know that satanists are thought to have stolen it ? We’re not making it up – story from the Telegraph:

A religious reliquary containing blood from the late Pope John Paul II has been stolen from a remote mountain church in Italy, with speculation that a Satanic group could be behind the theft.

A team of around 50 Carabinieri police officers with sniffer dogs were on Monday searching for any trace of the reliquary, which was stolen from the Church of St Peter of Ienca in the Abruzzo mountains at the weekend.

The ornate gold object contains a fragment of material, stained with blood, which was purportedly taken from the clothing worn by John Paul II after he was shot during the failed attempt on his life in St Peter’s Square in 1981…

“It’s possible that there could be Satanic sects behind the theft of the reliquary,” said Giovanni Panunzio, the national coordinator of an anti-occult group called Osservatorio Antiplagio.

“This period of the year is important in the Satanic calendar and culminates in the Satanic ‘new year’ on Feb 1. This sort of sacrilege often take place at this time of the year. We hope that the stolen items are recovered as quickly as possible.”

The theft of the reliquary comes as the Vatican prepares to canonise John Paul II, along with another former Pope, John XXIII, at a ceremony on April 27…

[continues at the Telegraph]

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  • Simon Valentine

    because it certainly wasn’t the cloners?

    serious questions only please.

  • echar

    I’ll just put this here.

    • Juan

      The Inquisition (what a show).

  • BuzzCoastin

    it was stolen by zombie vampires
    aka
    catholic priests

  • InfvoCuernos

    The satanic new year if Feb 1? Isn’t that the Chinese New Year? I think the vat is confused again. They get all those heathens mixed up.

  • Calypso_1

    Same week pope on cover of Rolling Stone. Obviously a vatican press campaign.