by Helene Walterskirchen
In the field of religions there are “hardcore religions” and „softcore religions“. “Softcore religions” are, for example, Hinduism or Buddhism, where rebirth and karma are the focus and one brings oneself into a state of transcendence with meditation and mantra chanting and strives for enlightenment. Most esoteric-sects can also be assigned to the area of “softcore religions”.
“Softcore religions” are very popular today because they give people a lot of space to live out their needs and still be religious or spiritual. But not in a hardcore way, but in a softcore way. Especially those “softcore religions” are popular, in which lust in the form of eroticism and tantra sex plays an important role and the „faithful“ believe to be enlightened by ecstasy. A huge illusion bubble that serves only one: Satan and his favorite deadly sin, lust! Names of gurus like Osho or Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh come to mind, whose ashrams in India in the 1970s were in vogue by numerous people from all over the world. On the surface, it was about spirituality and prayer, but it was actually more about sex and money and manipulating the human psyche. Terms like karma, rebirth and enlightenment became key concepts of all those who wanted to escape from the material human world to reach a state of emptiness or enlightenment. It was not understood that one may well have raised one’s vibration somewhat, but one did not end the cycle of rebirth, which means one was not redeemed to return home to one’s eternal home, which would have meant the end of rebirth.
A “hardcore religion”, on the other hand, is Catholic Christianity (the original form, not today’s modernist form), where it is about the redemption of people or their souls from original sin (a hereditary property of our original parents Adam and Eve). Original sin is the cause of man’s tendency to deadly sins (pride, envy, lust, greed, anger, gluttony and sloth and their daughter sins). Through original sin and his tendency to the deadly sins, man is virtually on Satan’s “hook” and can be seduced by him again and again. The part of man in which this takes place is his ego. The more man is in the deadly sins, the greater is his ego and his selfishness/egocentricity. An egocentric or egomaniac lives in the „mother of all deadly sins“, pride, and this is known to come before a fall.
Countless people in our society today are not only egoists, but egocentrics or egomaniacs. Whether they are egoists, egocentrics or egomaniacs, they all want to live out their egos. But this is exactly what a „hardcore religion“ like Catholic Christianity (original form) does not want. They want to make people give up their ego and crucify it (as Jesus Christ did). Before that, however, they must free themselves from Satan’s fishhook in the sense of the deadly sins. And this is exactly what neither egoists nor egocentrics nor egomaniacs want. Therefore, they reject the original Christianity and deny Jesus Christ his role as redeemer. Therefore, they remove all crosses with the dead Jesus Christ and replace them with wooden crosses without the Savior, or they put up a Buddha statue or a Pacha Mama statue instead.
The program of the original Catholic Christianity is a very tight and strict one. It is therefore feared by all egoists, egocentrics and egomaniacs. It needs a lot of self-discipline of the Christian, including repentance and penance, to keep the 10 commandments, to lead an abstemious life and to purify oneself and one’s soul constantly and to connect with God or Jesus Christ. Regular confession, the attendance of the holy mass and the celebration of the Eucharist are obligatory program of the true Christian.
The Catholic Church, as the guardian of the original Christianity, is today divided into a traditional and a modernist wing: one preserves the original form of Christianity, the other wants to transform it into a modern „softcore religion“ and unite it with all other „softcore religions“ of this world. The remnants of the hardcore wing are to be sidelined as sect(s), but this does not prevent them from continuing to work in the spirit of their founder, Jesus Christ, since through him they have the actual legitimation for the practice of Christianity as a religion of salvation.
The modernist wing, which wants to convert Christianity into a softcore religion, is no longer a religion of salvation. Like all “softcore religions”, it can indeed raise the believers in their consciousness, but it can neither liberate their souls from original sin nor from the fishhook of Satan’s deadly sins, nor from their ego (from their egocentricity or egomania). Even more: it [the modernist wing] can no longer connect the believers with the true Christ, but only with his counterpart, the anti-Christ – and that the latter is to be assigned to the kingdom of Satan is probably already known to a part of the believers today.
In the traditionalist wing of Christianity, to which, for example, the Society of St. Pius X belongs, on the other hand, Jesus Christ continues to sit on the throne and the true spirit of Christianity prevails as it was established and established by Jesus Christ as a religion of salvation.
The priesthood of the catholic original Christianity not only performs the appropriate rituals and ceremonies, but also watches over the salvation of the souls of its faithful and ensures that Satan has as little success as possible in his hunt for souls. Unfortunately, their work has become more difficult in recent years, since Catholic Christianity has been following the Masonic course of the one-world religion and wants to make people believe that human being goes to heaven equally, whether he lives in sin or in virtue, whether he is a murderer or a peacemaker, which is why the previous program of Catholic Christianity is no longer needed. The ego sends its greetings, which is God enough for itself and does not need a Christ for whom one should sacrifice one’s dearest: for example, his arrogance (today’s name: I-am, self-realization, self-development, self-worth, self-adulation, etc.), his lust (today’s name: eroticism, lust, sensuality, satisfaction, etc.), his greed (today’s name: wealth makes sexy, money is cool, career, success, advancement, etc.) and all the other deadly sins.
But this is not the way you get to heaven! It does not work with a bit of „softcore Christianity“, with a bit of mantra chanting and spiritual tra-la-la or connecting with „Mother Earth“ and incense. That way you might raise your consciousness a little, but you don’t enter true heaven as Christ described it. One is not freed from the „wheel of rebirth“, as it is called in Hinduism or Buddhism. For that it needs more, much more (see the program of the Catholic Original Christianity above).
Satan is behind the whole „softcore religion movement”, of course. He does not want the souls to ascend to heaven. He wants them to stay here in his world so that he can continue to work on them with his deadly sins and win them over. What is apparently so tempting for many people, for example, a life in the lap of luxury, with parties, permissiveness, fun, luxuriousness has been specially designed by Satan so that he is successful in his hunt for souls.
But not only Satan is the sole evil one. His mission is that of the eternal seducer of men, so that they decide of their own will either for God or Satan, for heaven or hell. So, every person has it in his own hands to resist Satan and his temptations, or to open himself to him and his temptations and to allow them to be. Why? Because it is tempting to rise from a dishwasher to a millionaire or from a working-class daughter to a Hollywood star. For people of this type, this rise is the only rise that is worthwhile. They believe that it will take them to heaven. Yes, but which heaven? Certainly not God’s. Rather, it is the „heaven“ that is actually hell. So, they sit lonely and with an icy heart on their ego throne, to which they stick and from which they can no longer get away – for all eternity.