From Forums of the Virgin Mary [translated; for discernment only]:
The dark spirit running through the Davos Forum that seeks to dominate the world
What unites Western world leaders, billionaires, and large corporations?
What drives your decisions? The answer is only one: paganism.
In the 2024 edition of the World Economic Forum, paganism was established as its official religion.
And those deities seem to be leading the world’s powerful ones down a wrong path.
Do you remember the prophecies of Our Lady in Fatima? Do you remember the system that Heaven came down to condemn?
Do you remember the prophecies of Garabandal?
Here we will talk about how these false gods that the World Economic Forum turns to are leading the world to a religious transformation of epic proportions and how they are leading to a decisively anti-Christian system of government.
On January 17, during a panel discussion on “Climate and Nature,” a Brazilian “shaman” named Putanny Yawanawá, 45, appeared on stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Her real name is Raimunda Putani, and she’s the daughter of the indigenous leader Raimundo Luís, from the Yawanawá tribe.
Raimunda was appointed shaman in 2005, even though her tribe does not recognize female shamans.
And in 2006, she received the Bertha Lutz Prize, named after an ideologue of Brazilian feminism.
Raimunda began by telling the audience that she came to bring “the voice of nature, the voice of the forests.”
And the message that “healing is in us, in our spirituality, in an alliance, in the unity of our thoughts.”
She asked the public to understand that “the forest is our life.”
And that “if we are all united in our hearts and in our thoughts, our Mother Earth will listen to us.”
Then Raimunda grabbed the heads of the panelists and, one by one, breathed on them, invoking their ancestors.
After her performance, Putanny received a standing ovation.
And then they united this Amazonian deity with artificial intelligence.
The artist Refik Anadol showed the digital work created when he lived for a time with the Yawanawá in Acre, and portrayed the speed and movement of the wind in digital images.
Behind the words of this shamanic witch hides pantheism, an ideology that contends that everything is God or that God is everywhere, and of course on ‘Mother Earth.’
If God is everywhere, we all form a single universal soul.
And therefore there is no need to make distinctions between the various religions, since they would all have the same value and we would all be united around that Mother Earth.
It is Pachamama, Mother Earth, who was venerated at the Vatican’s Amazon synod in October 2019 [by visiting aborigines, despite Vatican discomfort] and in the Vatican gardens.
Which caused displeasure among many lay people and Catholic priests.
Father Jesús Silva Castignani asked himself before this shamanic ceremony at the World Economic Forum, “What spirit rules in Davos?”
Where does the philosophy of the World Economic Forum come from? [scroll for more:]
After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of communism, Marxists quickly developed neo-Marxism.
They started the cultural war based on what Antonio Gramsci, founder of the Italian Communist Party, called Cultural Marxism, where the struggles are no longer between bourgeois and proletarians, but between men against women, humanity against nature, heterosexuals against non-heterosexuals, whites against those of other races, etcetera.
This program today is hegemonic in first-world governments, universities, and the media.
The powerful of the world bought this program.
And it is the poisonous brew for the West that Davos represents.
The Davos Forum brings together the most economically powerful political and business leaders to impose “State capitalism,” public interventionism, and social engineering.
Davos is the power center of progressive policies implemented around the world, especially through international organizations, universities, and journalism.
Those involved seem to be admirers of the Chinese communist system of government and antagonists of liberal or competitive capitalism.
Their proposal has been condemned in Fátima and with them the prophecy of Garabandal is being fulfilled, that communism would return and dominate the world.
We are just 2,000 days away from the year 2030, when the World Economic Forum promised, “You will own nothing, but you will be happy.”
And in true communist style, this year they have proclaimed that the greatest danger facing humanity is “misinformation and disinformation.”
And how can we recognize “misinformation”?
The answer they give is clear: disinformation is what the governments allied to Davos say is not true.
Which indirectly gives the green light to whoever wins a national election to take control of the censorship regime and exploit it to perpetuate their power.
We are already seeing it.
And what’s more, Klaus Schwab, the founder of the Forum, has already announced that national elections will soon no longer be necessary, because artificial intelligence could predict their results, thus making them unnecessary.
Along with the imposition of a state capitalist system, they also propose lowering the consumption of the planet, arguing the environmental crisis.
They propose reducing the carbon footprint produced by each person, except for their planes with which they travel to Davos. [SD note: Now protecting the environment — God’s Creation — is crucial and Christian — something the last three Popes emphasized, time and again — but:]
British environmental activist Jojo Mehta urged at Davos 2024 the recognition that people who make money from farming or fishing are as guilty as people who commit “mass murder and genocide.”
Going in the direction of first-world governments that are preventing farmers from cultivating large amounts of soil.
They are also proposing universal “digital identification,” to supposedly monitor each person’s carbon footprint.
And the digital currencies managed by politicians.
With which a perfect surveillance system can be created for each person, which will prevent them from leaving the rules imposed by power.
But this year, criticism of the World Economic Forum project emerged in the speeches of the guests themselves.
Kevin Roberts, president of The Heritage Foundation, told them directly: “You are part of the problem, you are not the solution.”
Chatham House member Sir Robin Niblett said, “It is ridiculous for you or anyone else to describe Davos as protecting liberal democracy.”
But the most notable criticism was that of Argentine President Javier Milei, who said that the West is in danger from the neo-Marxist policies of inclusive capitalism promoted by Davos.
He fiercely criticized the crime of artificial termination of pregnancy, feminism, and the dogmatism of climate change, among several other things.
Not knowing the true God and invoking false gods lead to errors like the proposals of the World Economic Forum.
The answer is in the true God, who we need if something needs to be saved or fixed.
He has dealt with these types of people who don’t know Him before, and He will do it again.
They never win.
Well, that’s it, we wanted to talk about the sinister path by which pagan spirits are leading the powerful to a regime that was condemned by Our Lady. [For your discernment]
And I would like to ask you if you think that the World Economic Forum will impose its agenda in 2030 or not…