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Re: David Newman and the Pope
« Reply #135 on: March 06, 2009, 09:43:22 AM »
David/Euthymios, this is an official request, by myself, the moderator of this section, echoing that previously put forward by a forum administrator.  Please provide proper citations!  For example:  [Thiel, 955] means nothing to us.  Now, if you were to say it was from Thiel's Epistolae Romanorum Pontificum Genuinae, Epistola 132,... that is something we can work with.  Expanding on certain acronymns would be helpful as well.  You don't have to follow the Chicago Manual style or anything, but something more substantial is needed.

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Wow...there is quite a parallel indeed:

Officer, I think we have a match on the prints. :police: Can we get a psychological profile?

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I want to clarify that I am not a Catholic [in the apostate Roman sense]. I am Greek Orthodox. The material I have supplied on this site, comes from my friends yet to be published book called "Keys Over the Christian World," by John Collorafi. He is a Roman Catholic. I have recently sent the manuscript copy of his book to a very scholarly Greek monastery. They will have their hands full with this book, but I am confident they will be able to produce a valuable response and review [critique] of its contents.

If anyone knows any Orthodox patristic scholar who would be willing to review this book [the book is encylopedic in information and extremlely detailed], let me know and I will send him a free copy. I have to print and bind myself. I have the book on disc. I have my own answers / refutations of the book; but I would like to hear a review from the Orthodox scholarly community. Some consider Collorafi the greatest expert on the first 900 years of papal history, alive in the world today.


I apologize for my sins and the confusion I have caused.

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I guess we know his source  ;)

Googling Mr. John Collorafi, this named is conected with Fatime (something that always makes my creepy hairs stand up) and Padre Pio (there was some to do a while ago about some Romanian village who submitted to the Vatican, crediting Padre Pio).

Here's a talk of his that "Portugal exemplifies the Peace that will be given out to the world when Russia is properly Consecrated."
http://www.heavenspeaceplan.com/hosttopic/consecration.asp#col1

He has some interesting things to say about the "Melkite cancer" here:
http://blog.ancient-future.net/2008/03/28/four-ukrainian-bishops-consecrated-without-mandate-of-rome-or-major-archbishop/
(it has another exchange between an old friend Hesychios and another old "friend" Simple Sinner).
And Diane, who set the set of events in motion that led to the great CAF Orthodox purge. "David," it seems you are in good company.

Here is his translation "For the Conversion of the Jews" for another Vatican obsessed group:
http://www.traditioninaction.org/tiabk023Tertullian.htm

So at least he can get his translations published.  Nothing on the papacy, though, except his profile name "ancientpapacy" on Yahoo:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/catholicdebateforum/message/7894
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Re: David Newman and the Pope
« Reply #136 on: March 06, 2009, 09:59:11 AM »
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Officer, I think we have a match on the prints.   :police: Can we get a psychological profile?

This person has used at least five identities on another forum. He's not that difficult to spot.  :angel:
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Re: David Newman and the Pope
« Reply #137 on: March 06, 2009, 10:00:45 AM »
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Officer, I think we have a match on the prints.   :police: Can we get a psychological profile?

This person has used at least five identities on another forum. He's not that difficult to spot.  :angel:

So, multiple personality.
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Re: David Newman and the Pope
« Reply #138 on: March 06, 2009, 10:49:12 AM »
The poster has been banned under his current username and may return under moderation under his original name. So it is probably time to close this thread.
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Re: David Newman and the Pope
« Reply #139 on: March 06, 2009, 11:08:16 AM »
Thread locked as per Fr Anastasios' suggestion. 
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