"Today he is called Mohammed
(570-632), but his real name was Lothar Schmalfuss.....
The reference is found in a book called 'Chronica Majora',
a summary of world history from biblical Creation to the year of
the author's death. It was written by Matthew Paris
(d.1259), a pious Christian monk, described by the church 'as an
historian who holds the first place among English chroniclers'.
From his quaint specimen of Abbey
records, the erudite Monk explained how Mohammed started an
It is well known that
Mohammed was once a cardinal, and became heretic because
he failed to be elected pope. Also (later in life) having
drunk to excess, he fell by the roadside, and in this
condition was killed by swine. And for that reason, his
followers abhor pork even unto this day.
Monk Matthew Paris called
Mohammed 'cardinal' ; a term that today signifies
councilors of the pope, and the origin of that category of
priesthood reveals another area of censored information in
The 16th Century church said that,
'the office of cardinal (incardinatus)
first came into being in the 6th Century... its true origin
to this day remains unanswered for in none of the Councils
(records) do we find authority for the distinguishing
features of the office'.
However, the position of cardinal
was created by special decree at a French synod in January 560
and that information is recorded church history.
'The Synods which were held
during the sixth century were confined to France and
...It was at one of those Synods
that the 'creatio' of cardinals occurred and the
deliberations involved in its manufacture were termed
'frivolous' by the 19th Century church.
At that gathering a
group of seven old bishops 'of carnal nature' established for
themselves a special office to protect their earthly privileges.
Many bishops of the time 'were given up to worldliness and gain,
and we hear of worse scandals' and the creation of a new
hierarchal administrative body of churchmen was one of those
Under the guise of 'bearers of
hidden knowledge' they generated a new upper level class of
ecclesiastics that were sworn by oath never to reveal the true
origins of Christianity outside their select group. Professional
clergymen were now entering the church and to protect the
knowledge of Constantine's deification of his descendants
at Nicaea from reaching new priests, a directorial code of
silence was developed by the Incardinatus.
Incoming clerics were naive about the true Christian origins
and the basis of their preaching was not revealed until they
achieved and maintained the office of bishop. They were then
eligible to enter the College of Cardinals, and after
swearing a vow of secrecy, were enlightened as to the
invented nature of the Christian deity.
had achieved the position of cardinal, knew the false essence of
Christianity, and having being passed over for the top papal job
at around the age of forty, departed and established his own