Satanism-In-Action

Webpage by Lúcio Mascarenhas, Bombay.
http://www.geocities.com/livrant/somaiya-satanism-in-action.html
I, Lúcio Mascarenhas, have been "a voice crying out in the wilderness", attempting to draw the attention of people who pretend to be Christians in Bombay to their grave peril at the hands of their supposed shepherds, who make no pretence any more of being nothing more than rabid wolves. Particularly, I have been drawing attention to the fact that these false shepherds of Bombay and its neighborhoods have able allies and collaborators in accomplishing their project of Spiritual Prostitution and destruction of Christianity in the Hindu Somaiya family, belonging to Kutch, and which operates a bunch of "educational" institutions in the place called "Somaiya Vidyavihar", now recognized as a suburb of the city of Bombay.

It would be interesting to know whether there is a connection between this Somaiya family and Kirit Somaiya, the Hindu Neo-Nazi leader of the "Bharatiya Janata Party" ("Indian People's Party")!

The following excerpts (the full text available at original sites linked to), taken altogether from the Somaiya websites, will prove my point:


Lúcio

The Program of Implementing Satanism

"K. J. Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham & Hindu-Christian Inter-Religious Dialogue"
Source: http://www.somaiya.edu/Brochure.htm


"The Peetham has many activities; the prominent among them is organizing seminars at National and Inter-national level. The Hindu-Christian Inter-religious Dialogue is a salient feature of the Peetham. The Peetham believes in the true spirit of tolerance & reverence for all faiths. The scholars from the Church regularly deliver lectures on Christianity as a part of the course in Comparative Religion and the faculty members of the Peetham participate in Seminars and inculturation programmes arranged by the Church. The Peetham has been working as a nerve centre of the Hindu-Christian Dialogue in India. The honest and earnest attempts of the Peetham to establish an open platform for Hindu-Christian Interfaith Dialogue have been appreciated by the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, Vatican. The institute has organized four seminars ; the first one in Mumbai (India), the second at Parma & Rome (Italy) and the third & fourth again in Mumbai. The second meeting which was held in October 98 at Parma-Rome, Italy was a resounding success. With utmost humility and sincerity the participants viz. K. J. Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham, DIM , St. Giovannis Benedictine Monastic sought inspiration from 'Persons of Peace in a troubled World'. The efforts were blessed by H. H. Pope John Paul II when the participants had the golden moment of having audience with the Holy Father.

"The response to the Inter religious meetings has reawakened the hope in search of concord. The differences no more threaten. A bridge of understanding is built from a mere academic deliberation, the meetings are elevated to the status of a noble cause and the participants and the institutes represented by them commit themselves to the said cause."

"Seminars"

The Peetham has successfully conducted the following National and International Seminars:
  1. October 1997: International Seminar on Hindu-Christian Cosmology and Anthropology in collaboration with the Institute for Asian Studies, Sassari, Italy, University of Turin, Italy and the Inter-religious Monastic Dialogue.
  2. October 1998: International seminar on Persons of Peace in a Troubled World in collaboration with the Institute for Asian Studies. University of Turin, and DIM, Italy, at Parma-Rome (Italy).
  3. February — March 2000: International Seminar on Religious and Ethical Foundations of Family and Social Life in Hinduism and Christianity.
  4. February 2001: International Seminar on Mahavakyas in Hinduism and Christianity.
  5. June 2002: Interfaith Dialogue Symposium on 'Bhakti in Hinduism & Christianity in Collaboration with Focolare Movement at Castel Gandolfo, Rome.

"Publications"

  1. 'Hindu-Christian Cosmology & Anthropology', edited by Dr. Kala Acharya, Fr. Nicolas Manca & Dr. Lalita Namjoshi.
  2. Soon to be published: "Bhakti — Path way to God", Proceedings of the Interfaith Dialogue Symposium.
Dr Kala Acharya has been the Director of the Peetham since its inception in 1989. She has contributed a scholarly chapter to the book 'Jnaneshavri — Path to Liberation' by Msgr. Felix Machado. She is specially invited to participate the Inter religious meetings organised by Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue at Vatican.

Prostitute Pedro Glutton Quintana with Mr. Somaiya at the Fornification Festival!
Prostitute Pedro "The Glutton" Quintana with Mr. Somaiya at the Fornification Festival! Look at the man! Not since Herod — or Roncalli aka Antipope John XXIII-II — have we seen a crass glutton parading himself so shamelessly! This is a man who is a relentless dog relentlessly lusting after sin, blasphemies and sacrileges!

The Art of Satanism

Address by S.K. Somaiya, Chairman, K. J. Somaiya Centre for Buddhist Studies, Mumbai at the Inaugural Function held at the Rabindra Sadan, Calcutta, Nov. 24, 2003
Source: http://www.somaiya.edu/Speech(revised).htm


"On this occasion, I would like to make a reference to a series and practice of annual "Hindu Christian Dialogues" initiated by the K. J. Somaiya Trust six years ago. Every alternate year, scholars from Turin (Italy) and from the Vatican come and have week long Dialogues and Discussions at our Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham at the Vidyavihar Campus. In turn, our scholars also go the next year to Rome and visit the Vatican and have corresponding discussions. Thus a unique symbiotic Inter-Religious Communion has been established leading to greater understanding and appreciation of faiths on both sides.

"The last Dialogue at the Vatican was held in April 2003. This was based on the concept of devotion under which "Narada" and "Shandilya" Bhakti Sutras were presented to Vatican scholars at an intense Workshop which lasted for four days. I may mention that next month from 15th to 19th December 2003, as a part of this Hindu Christian Dialogue an important "Inter Religious Symposium on Meditation" has been fixed at our Campus which would be inaugurated by Cardinal Fitzgerald, President, Pontifical Council for Inter Religious Dialogue Vatican. Further, Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham, Mumbai and Focolare Movement, Italy have decided to hold Conference and Dialogue in Rome from 17 to 21 April 2004 on the subject of "Streams in Spirituality". During the Seminar private audience with His Holiness the Pope is always held at Vatican."

Dr. Shantilal K. Somaiya: A Few Glimpses of Hindu-Christian Spiritual Prostitution

Source: http://www.somaiya.edu/third(Interfaith).htm


"I have great pleasure in extending a warm and hearty welcome to His Grace Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, President, Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, Vatican; His Eminence Cardinal Ivan Dias, Archbishop of Mumbai; H. E. Cardinal Simon Pimenta and Msgr. Felix Machado, Under Secretary, Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, Vatican and all other dignitaries on the dais.

"The religions have to undergo change in changing times. Sir Arthur Keith says, "No creed is final. Such a creed as mine must grow and change". One may argue that religion is God-made phenomenon and hence man cannot and should not interfere with it; rather he has to make an attempt to fit in its design. However one cannot deny the reforms that take place from time to time in religions in order to respond to the changing world. If a religion remains static it would lose its relevance for the life of mankind.

"With the onset of the 3rd Millennium of the Christian Era, the world is becoming a "Global Village". Rigid barriers of different practices are disappearing, and I do feel that the world is ready for the birth of a "UNIVERSAL RELIGION". Indian Ùástras had proclaimed, bhavatu viùvameka nèãam/ Let the world be a single nest because all religions are meant to lead us to the Ultimate Reality. This Ultimate Reality may be pursued differently by different people. The Vedic seers said, ekam sat vipráç bahudhá vadanti / "Truth is one, the wise speak about it in different ways". The pioneers and visionaries of different faiths want to break out of the narrow bonds of religions or sects. Each individual should have freedom to practice his own faith as a matter of choice. Further an individual should not be compelled to be tied down to only one faith and should be free to adopt the practice of various religions of his choice depending on his temperament, attitude and perception. This would create a climate in which all of us can live in peace and harmony.

"It is extremely heartening to note that Vatican created a special Department "Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue". On this occasion I pay my humble tribute to His Holiness, the Pope for having inspired the entire process. This Conference being inaugurated now is a sterling example of Interfaith Dialogue initiated by this Pontifical Council. This process has aroused an intense interest to understand each others’ view points with great reverence and has been a very satisfying and enriching experience.

"My personal experience of Hindu-Christian Dialogue is encouraging. The Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham has successfully organized five interfaith dialogues, namely, International Seminar on ‘Hindu Christian Cosmology and Anthropology’ wherein Ùáñkara Advaita was discussed in depth. This was in collaboration with the Institute for Asian Studies, University of Turin, Italy and the Inter religious Monastic Dialogue, Italy in October 1997; it was followed by International seminar on ‘Persons of Peace in a Troubled World’ in collaboration with the Institute for Asian Studies, University of Turin, and DIM, Italy, at Parma-Rome (Italy) in October 1998; International Seminar on ‘Religious and Ethical Foundations of Family and Social Life in Hinduism and Christianity’ in February-March 2000; International Seminar on ‘Mahávákyas in Hinduism and Christianity’ in February 2001; Interfaith Dialogue Symposium on ‘Bhakti in Hinduism & Christianity’ in collaboration with Focolare Movement at Castel Gandolfo, Rocca Di Papa, Rome in June 2002. Every seminar is a step ahead in the field of Dialogue. The present seminar is on ‘Meditation’. The next Conference is proposed to be held in April 2004 in Italy.

"We in Somaiya Vidyavihar are trying to provide a Value Based Education to about 25,000 students. We believe, that peace, understanding and harmony among different faiths is an important component of value system. We, therefore, consider it appropriate that we play host to the International Symposium for Hindu-Christian Interfaith Dialogue.

"Before I conclude, I would like to express my gratitude to His Grace Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, President, Pontifical Council for Interfaith Dialogue, Vatican, Italy; His Eminence Ivan Cardinal Dias, Archbishop of Mumbai and H. E. Simon Cardinal Pimenta for having graced the inaugural function."

Report on Spiritual Fornications, 24 — 27 August 2005

Source: http://www.somaiya.edu/hinduchristian/report24-27seminar.htm


Hindu-Christian International Interfaith Dialogue Symposium on 'Religion and Secularism' was organised by K. J. Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham in collaboration with Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican from 24th August to 27th August 2005.

The inaugural function was held on Wednesday, 24th August 2005 at 3.00 p.m. His Excellency Pedro Lopez Quintana, Apostolic Nuncio, Delhi inaugurated the symposium. He spoke about religious freedom as provided by the Indian Constitution. He said that Dialogue between religions is the only way to religious freedom.

H. H. Swami Jitatmanandaji focused on the point that all the religions have the same essence. Most Rev. Bishop Thomas Dabre spoke about the need of a dialogue amongst different religions to bring about peace. Prof. Alberto Trevisiol, Dean, Faculty of Missiology, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican read the message sent by Rev. mo Mons. Giuseppe Cavallotto, Rector, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican on the occasion. Dr. Kala Acharya read the message sent by Fr. Felix Machado, Undersecretary, Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, Vatican.

The paper presentation sessions were held on Thursday, 25th August 2005 from 9.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., on Friday, 26th August 2005 from 9.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m., and on Saturday, 27th August 2005 from 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.

The following scholars participated in the symposium:
  1. Dr. Shantilal K. Somaiya, Chairman, K. J. Somaiya Bharatiya Sanskriti Peetham, Mumbai, India
  2. Prof. Alberto Trevisiol, Dean, Faculty of Missiology, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  3. Prof. Agnes DeSouza Pareira, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  4. Prof. Benedict Kanakappally, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  5. Prof. Carmelo Dotolo, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  6. Prof. Gianfranco Colzani, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  7. Prof. Luciano Meddi, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  8. Prof. Paola D'Inzeo, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  9. Prof. Paul Steffen, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  10. Prof. Pombo Kipoy, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  11. Prof. Sandra Mazzolini, Pontifical Urbaniana University, Vatican
  12. Rev. Fr. Adam Bunnell, OFM Conv; Ph.D. General Delegate for Ecumenism and Inter religious Dialogue, Assisi, Italy
  13. Prof. Oscar Pujol, Casa Asia, Barcelona, Spain
  14. Rev. Bishop Thomas Dabre, Diocese of Vasai, M.S., India
  15. Rev. Fr. Carlo Torriani, PIME, Mumbai, India
  16. Dr. Mr. Mariano Iturbe, University of Navarra, Spain
The Prostitutes Assembled at the Somaiya Fornification Festival!
The Prostitutes Assembled at the Somaiya Fornification Festival!

August 25, 2005

The second session in the morning was chaired by Dr. Oscar Pujol. Prof. Carmelo Dotolo presented a paper on the theme 'Is Christianity a Religion of Secularization'. He preferred to use the term 'secularity' instead of secularism' and stated that Christianity is a religion or the religion of secularity. Dr. Shantilal K. Somaiya presented a paper on 'Religion and Secularism'. He stated that in India over the ages, followers of diverse creeds and faiths have lived a life of co-existence in harmony and peace in spite of minor differences. He also stated that virtues such as purity, humility, kindness and love are prescribed by all religions.

The second session in the afternoon was chaired by Prof. Gianfranco Colzani and Rev. Bishop Thomas Dabre. Dr. S. H. Agashe presented a paper on 'Patanjala Yoga: A Synthesis of Religious and Secular Thought'. He said that Yoga unites all religions of the world and includes the secular thought in its embrace. Rev. Bishop Thomas Dabre spoke on the theme 'Secularism in practice in Multi-religious Culture'. He explained the role of secularism in bringing about harmony amongst religions.

August 27, 2005

On Saturday 27th August 2005 the first session in the afternoon was chaired by Prof. Paul Steffen. Dr. G.U. Thite presented a paper on 'Religion and Secularism in Indian Context'. He stated that in India the concepts religion and secularism remain together and even they are complementary to each other. Prof. Benedict Kanakappally presented a paper on 'The Upanishads and the Question of Secularization/ Secularism: Some Considerations from a Historico-Phenomenological Perspective'. He said that rather than indifference or antagonism towards religions, secularism implies, in the spirit of the Upanishads, religious tolerance, freedom of individuals to practice the religion of his choice. He further stated that the Indian sense of secularism rests effectively upon a subjective and spiritualized notion of religion that allows for neither an exclusive nor an exhaustive claim to truth. Dr. Lalita Namjoshi presented a paper on 'Transcending Religion and Secularism with special reference to Kabir'. She stated that in modern Indian context secularism has been equated with religions freedom and equal respect to all religions.

Dignitaries (sic!) on the dais

Source: http://www.somaiya.edu/fourth(Interfaith).htm


  1. His Grace Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, President, Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, Vatican, Italy
  2. His Eminence Ivan Cardinal Dias, Archbishop of Mumbai
  3. His Eminence Simon Cardinal Pimenta, Mumbai
  4. Msgr. Felix Machado, Under Secretary, Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue, Vatican, Italy
  5. Fr. Nicolas Manca, PIME, Interfaith Dialogue Centre, SASSARI, Italy
  6. Prof. Giuseppe Maria Zanghi, Focolare Movement, Rome, Italy


 
PUBLISHED on the Internet: May 28, 2006.
 

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Written with the purpose of educating people in matters concerning the Catholic Resistance to the Modernist Apostasy, and based on the principles elucidated by the Church, that the truth is never afraid, and that the Church is never afraid of the Truth, and on the principles elucidated by Frs. Rumble & Carty and by Fulton Sheen in his essay, "The Art of Controversy". — Benedicamus Deus, Lúcio.

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