HOTT Newslinks Dec. 25, 2009

Traficant Speech


From a good friend…

“this is an interesting video. watch how they turn my eccentric brother into a potential “homegrown” terrorist. i wouldnt doubt if they were watching/tracking him and set him up bc of prior “convictions” . this is social engineering . listen very carefully to what is being said along with the innuendo”



1565 – Roman Catholic Spaniards execute 100’s of Protestant French Huegenots near St. Augustine, Florida

Mr. Ralph Ovadal, pastor

Pilgrims Covenant Church, Monroe, Wisconsin

Sept. 12, 2008

The Heart of the Matter

at about 5 1/2 minutes into The Heart of Matter program – 1565 – Roman Catholic Spaniards wiped out settlement of French Huegenots

near what is now St. Augustine, Florida  – 100’s men, women, and children slaughtered, and according to their Catholic priest, “all were executed

because they were “Lutherans” (non-Catholics) and enemies of our Holy [sic] Catholic Church.”



[ Photos ] Pope attacked at ‘Christ’]-MASS Eve Mass by same Swiss-Italian woman, 25, as last year

1) Photo of Pope during his ‘Urbi et Orbi’ (to the City and to the World) message in St. Peter’s square at the Vatican today –

notice crossed keys over the globe of the earth, underneath the triple tiara of the Papacy – which Romanism considers

to be the ruler of the [ New ] world [ Order ].

2) Photo of woman grasping Pope’s vestments

3) Photo of Pope looking out from balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica in his quasi-Satan Claus outfit, facing the pagan / occultic / masonic obelisk

brought from Heliopolis, Egypt (one-time center of sun god worship – see Jeremiah 43:13, KJB – “Beth-shemesh” – Hebrew for “house of the sun”)

to Rome by the Roman Emperor Caligula in the 1st Century.  Placed in St. Peter’s Square in 1586.

Pictured: The ‘disturbed’ woman who attacked the Pope at Midnight Mass… a year after doing the same thing



Egyptian Obelisk in St. Peter’s Square, in front of St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City, Rome


Saint Peter’s Square … is located directly in front of St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, the papal enclave within Rome


“At the center of the ellipse stands an Egyptian obelisk of red granite, … The obelisk, of the 13th century BC, was moved to Rome in AD 37

by the Emperor Caligula to stand in the central spina of the Circus Gai et Neronis, which lay to the left of the present basilica.  It was moved

to its current site in 1586 … under the direction of Pope Sixtus V;…”

“The obelisk in the centre was brought from Heliopolis [ Egypt ] by Caligula in the 1st century A.D. and was moved to the Piazza San Pietro in 1586.”

Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 19, 1957 – “Rome”

Heliopolis had been the center of pagan Egyptian religion sun god worship.

In Jeremiah 43:13, Heliopolis is called Beth-shemesh, Hebrew for “house of the sun.”

Harper’s Bible Dictionary, 1961.