New Book in the Free .PDF Section: Occult Lineages within the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement!

Why? Because I want to share this with as many interested people as possible.

About a year ago, I wrote Occult Lineages within the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement as the result of information I came across in passing, which in turn led to a deep rabbit hole spanning virtually all lines of apostolic succession within the “small box” Traditional Roman Catholic Movement.

When I first wrote the monograph, I was kind of emotionally-charged. I had had bad experiences within the Trad Movement (read: I found myself at the wrong end of the purity-spiraling), and this information was a hand grenade demonstrating that nobody in the Movement was as “pure and perfect” as they made themselves out to be. If anything, they all possess lineages that belonged to people the Movement considered anathema –  homosexuals, occultists, freemasons, Gnostics, and some lineages derived from pedophiles – long before the Traditionalist Roman Catholic Movement inherited them.

To my mind it was like throwing wood on the perpetual bonfire of the Traditionalist fear of “occasion for scandal” and I was more than happy to do it, even while pointing out that any scandal from the lines’ originators does not necessarily transfer to those priest or bishops ordained by these people.

Okay, enough emotional stuff. I have to admit my time in the Trad Movement has likely impacted me for the rest of my life, and anyone who’d been there can tell you recovery is not easy. It’s a visceral kind of thing that’s difficult to describe to anyone who’s not experienced it, though I suspect there are parallels within other movements on both the extreme Left and Right of the religio-political spectrum.

So without further ado, I present to you the .pdf version of Occult Lineages within the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement, for better or for ill. The book is still available for sale in both Kindle and Paperback formats, but now why would you have to?

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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3 Responses to New Book in the Free .PDF Section: Occult Lineages within the Traditional Roman Catholic Movement!

  1. joseph dudan says:

    I really appreciate the depth of research involved to ‘tease out’ the occult in the lineages and speak the truth clearly. You’re own lineage is particularly interesting to me as i have prayed for clarity concerning my own ordination – whether it is substantive enough or not – ( i have doubts). Also, prayers to Mary to lead me in the direction of one whom is descendant of the Thuc lineage were answered and affirmed – the ‘magic’ of Catholicism. Bravo, Agostino and God bless….


  2. +Salvatore says:

    Good Morning,
    In this book, when do you write about Mgr. Andrè Barbeau, you report a picture about a letter of Cardinal Gagnon about the validity of his sacred Order. Where is the original letter?

    Thanks for your attention

    + Salvatore Corrado


    • Agostino says:

      Greetings! To the best of my knowledge, the original letter is in the possession of the Charismatic Catholic Church, the jurisdiction Barbeau founded.

      I believe the website where I found the letter was European-American University, though it’s been several years since I found it. I just looked at the site, and sadly am not finding it there.


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