Friends, I had a go at reading Prokofieff a few years back. I'd
spent some time with Tombergerians and had a passing interest with
the old Sodi-pop-va controversy.
His book about Jesuitical conspiracies is nothing short of boring
stupidity. It's like he wrote a book denouncing the Anthroposophy
coming out of Dornach and concentrated on the writings of Joel Wendt
as representative of it.
One can't knock the Church is one doesn't know anything about
it...that would be, friends :), the dogma known as common sense, eh?
In a certain passage he gives forth about a man who I had come to
know rather well and therefore I could compare the guy's writing
with what is known as reality.
Essentially what he guy did was equivalent to calling Bradford and
Tarjei card-carrying Republicans with Jesuitical
inclinations...which is not to say that those two aren't willful
Under this fellow from Poland the Jesuits have no juice at
all..nada...and if you think they do....you know squat..."yeah,
yeah, Gaelman, but 'Jesuitical' has such a scholarly ring to it.
I'd really like to keep using it".
"Well, if you want to continue to be as boringly stupid in your
Church-bashings as the Jehovah Witnesses...go ahead".