Throughout his work, A Pope and A President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Extraordinary Story of the 20th Century, in which he attempts to seize the message of Fatima and use it as post-Cold War American imperial propaganda, Paul Kengor repeatedly refers to the phrase “Divine Plan” or “DP,” which was regularly used by Ronald Reagan, his staff, and according to Kengor, John Paul II himself during their intrigues against the Soviet Union.
As even mainstream secular journals admit, it is well known that Ronald Reagan was an avid reader of the works of Manley P. Hall, the high ranking Free Masonic occultist who envisioned the creation of America as a product of millennia of conspiracy on behalf of secret societies. These secret societies aimed to create a world republic using America as a vehicle. Manly P. Hall called these efforts “The Great Plan.”
Sounds a lot like “Divine Plan,” doesn’t it?
We are thus, again, left in a strange situation with some troubling questions.
- Did John Paul II really believe in a Divine Plan or Great Plan in which America would bring about an occult world republic? Is this what John Paul meant by the New Spring Time of Evangelization (a term derived form the occult) and New Advent (advent of whom? Christ has already come!?).
- If not, does this reference to Hall give us a key to understanding the neocons’ infiltration of the Church and their attempt to coral her in the service of American imperialism? Are/were Kengor, Weigel, Novak, Fr. Neuhaus (and others) part of some organization that is working toward the Great Plan?
- What is going on here?