I’m an Idiot

Village Idiot

No, I didn’t fall and hurt my brain (though I’ve always wondered if that car accident in ’09 may have done some damage).

I didn’t fall off the edge of the earth, either. In fact I’ve been actively broadcasting on Facebook Live and uploading to my YouTube channel.

What makes me an idiot is that I haven’t been cross-posting any of that here to the blog. So let’s fix that, shall we?


My reaction to the Pennsylvania grand jury’s report on sexual abuse, along with what distinguishes a Catholic from a non-Catholic (i.e. the importance of cultural Catholicism rather than just a set of abstract theological propositions), and how the Church may be saved by using the exact same tactics the Modernists used to hijack her.

I’d originally meant this as a 20-minute talk, but somehow managed to rant and ramble for almost two hours.


My copy of Craig Williams’ The Cult of Golgotha arrived in the mail, and I thought it would be fun to do an unboxing video (I’d never done one before). Each copy is hand-numbered, and I recently found out mine is number 69 . . . could it be that somebody has a sense of humor?


This is a sermon I gave on All Saints’ Day, and a companion to last year’s blog post The Saints and the Catholic Magician, hence the “Part 2.” I broadcast this the day after painting the oratory blue, so welcome to the new look!


Much like the previous video, this talk elaborates on last year’s blog post The Souls in Purgatory and the Catholic Magician, where I go into a little more depth about why the souls in purgatory are reported to have granted better favors than the Saints in heaven (this claim and its source are documented in the blog post I just linked).

Because some of what I say may verge on heterodoxy here (it’s a gray area), I want to point out that what I’m saying about DNA connections and a transactional nature between the souls and the individual is purely a matter of theological-magical speculation on my part and not “official” theology in any way, shape, or form.

This isn’t everything, and I’ve still got a few more videos to get uploaded, including my final Mass in an exoteric church from almost three weeks ago and last Sunday’s sermon about “The Antidote to Fear is Confidence” where I go off on a tangent about first principles in correct esoteric Bible interpretation. This coming Sunday’s sermon is about “The Commingling of Good and Evil,” so stay tuned!

About Agostino

Originally from Queens, N.Y., and having grown up in Dayton, OH, Agostino Taumaturgo is a unique figure. He is the product of the unlikely combination of coming from a Traditional Roman Catholic background and a spirituality-friendly home. It was in this home that Agostino first learned the basics of meditation, prayer, and spiritual working. In time Agostino completed his theology studies and was ordained to the priesthood and was later consecrated a bishop. He has since left the Traditional movement and brings this knowledge to the “outside world” through his teaching and writing, discussing spiritual issues and practical matters through the lens of traditional Christian theology.
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