Once upon a time there was a vast and holy Kingdom ruled by a righteous King. Now this King reigned over his Kingdom with true justice and set before the inhabitants of the land laws that supported the common good of all mankind for their protection and liberty from all forms of slavery. Now this good and holy King had to temporarily go to a far away land so that he may return to reward his loyal subjects with crowns of glory and everlasting treasures. So the King appointed a Vicar (or a holy Prince) to echo the righteous words, edicts, and leadership of the King. In this way, the people would be lead in holy instruction and remain lawfully loyal to the Kingdom that the King established. And so for many years, the Kingdom thrived and even outsiders came to join the righteous Kingdom which expanded its borders far and wide.
However, there were some within the Kingdom who fiendishly plotted to overthrow the rule of the King by means of infiltration otherwise the Kingdom would be aware of their mutinous designs and exile them into utter darkness. For these foes held within their hearts terrible malice for the King and his rule so they sought to bring out a Kingdom that reflected their twisted desires. Whether knowingly or unknowingly, it is hard to say which, they followed the commands of the kingdom’s greatest foe, Abaddon which means ‘destruction’. And it was Abaddon’s will to bring about not only the destruction of the King’s reign but also the enslavement and death of all those who hailed the King and his rule. Cleverly, the foes of justice introduced mutinous teachings that were shrouded in the likeness of the King’s words. These serpentine tongued men were able to confuse many of the King’s subjects into believing false sentiments that mirrored that of Abaddon. Then there begun a stir in the Kingdom that caused former brothers and neighbors to quarrel with one another over what was true and just. The Vicar and his loyal ministers sought out root up the errors of the foes but even if a hundred were discovered and exiled…it seemed two hundred more sprouted in their place…thus they became known as Abaddon’s Hydra. And like serpents, they moved relatively undetected within the Kingdom so that they may hide their iniquitous hands in working in the dark against their fellow man. The Kingdom found itself on the brink of a civil war as both sides claimed the truth and in the most dire time of the Kingdom…the troubled and weary Vicar passed away. Great mourning overcame the land as their beloved Vicar passed on to the world of eternity and even more anxiousness as the Kingdom currently sat no Prince to uphold the words of the King.
So, upholding the King’s edict of Office of the Vicar, the nobles, lords, and barons of the Kingdom gathered in a sacred meeting and conducted a vote that they may elect a new Vicar. However, this solemn meeting held some
that favored Abaddon’s will unbeknownst to the King’s loyal hosts. And because of the laxity of the Kingdom’s loyalty to the King’s abiding words, a man that appeared to favor the King’s will but secretly abhorred him…ascended to the Office of the Vicar. He then went about spreading malicious interpretations of the King’s edicts and brought about an increase of civil unrest. Those not firmly grounded in the knowledge of their King and his ways were either swept away in unlawful imprisonment, publicly put to death as traitors or simply apostatized to maintain citizenship in ruinous portions of the Kingdom.
The Kingdom soon began to look like a war torn battlefield as civil war broke out in the land and the moral compass of many were utterly destroyed. The Apostate Vicar abused his Office and unjustly forced the hands of the Kingdom’s armies to crush all those who would not submit to him and his cruel theology of enslavement to Abaddon’s will. For the Apostate Vicar and Abaddon shared the same wicked will and sought to reduce the Kingdom’s control over the lands. The Apostate Vicar imposed blasphemous errors to the faithful such as: 1) the unnecessary need of conversion to the King’s requirements to be a citizen of His Kingdom to benefit from the Sacramental entitlements, 2) to give permission to the faithful to hail other kings that previously had no right nor never permitted to reign in the King’s Kingdom, 3) promoted all forms of sexual immorality as different ways to show Sacramental bonds of matrimony that were previously outlawed as against the Natural Order, 4) deposed loyal subjects of the King and placed agents of Abaddon in seats and offices of authority to help spread malicious errors 5) unilaterally reduced all of the Kingdom’s hierarchy, even the Office of the Vicar, to mere positions of men rather than nobles, lords, and barons of Sacred Duty. This decentralization splintered the Kingdom into factions that were ruled by mini apostate vicars who loosely adhered to the Apostate Vicar or when it suited their own iniquitous designs.
And many more unspeakable horrors were permitted and even praised as good advancements of the Kingdom. What was once called evil was now being hailed as the greater good. The faithful then had to hide from their own kingdom so that they could meet in secret but faithful were put through horrible persecutions for those that were found. The society increased in barbarism so viciously that it became a spectacle for all apostate citizens and non-citizens to enjoy. The faithful were put to death, sold into slavery, exiled in hostile lands and made utterly desolate their living standards.
But among the persecuted, there was a faction of those that sought to restore the King’s rule. They adhered to the righteous edicts and morality of the King’s just commands and moved in secret within the counterfeit kingdom to gain greater numbers. And because of their zeal and love of the truth they found that their endeavors were guided by providence and even miraculous victories over the apostates. Proclaiming the true Kingdom, they obeyed the hierarchical design of the King’s wisdom and those nobles, lords, and barons that were deposed were placed in positions of leadership among the faithful. The courage and loyalty to the King gave rise even among the apostates more converts to the Kingdom. Everyday the faithful operated for the advancement of the Kingdom, souls were added to holy service. The Apostate Vicar saw the resurgence of the King’s subjects and did all in his power to demonize the faithful but even so, the faithful gained greater in numbers because of the love of the truth they all shared. Recognizing the Office of the Vicar, even though an apostate sat in it, they implored that he recant his revolutionary beliefs and reign justly as the King commanded. For it was not clear if the Vicar’s heart completely enthroned Abaddon but recourse to the call of conversion was never-the-less the battering ram to the hearts of all people as well as the Vicar.
Abaddon witnessing the increase of the King’s power among the people with the assistance of the Holy Angels, he pressed the forsaken hearts of the apostates to rage more terribly against the faithful. But the King’s Mother – His Seat of Wisdom and Our Queen- was among them and clad in the Full Armor of the King’s majesty, she lead the holy resurgence against the hordes of Hell. And all those who trembled in fear yet practiced Her Majesty’s Crown of Roses were sealed with miraculous protection so that no harm came to them. The absolute horror of the demonic forces that had reigned so viciously began to crumble and flee under Our Queen’s pursuit. It would seem that victory is at hand however, the Abaddon’s Hydra stirred from the heights and behold two great signs appeared in the Heavens. One was that of a Woman Clothed with the Sun and a Garland of Twelve Stars around Her Head and the other a Red Dragon poised to strike and make war with Her and Her Son who shall return to Reign with an Iron Rod!
Glory, Honor, Praise, and Majesty to God Who Reigns On High! For He is Worthy and Shall Return to Establish His Kingdom! Behold, The Master Is At the Gates Of Which Satan Could Not Destroy! Alleluia! Alleluia!