A.A. 1025: Memoirs of an Infiltrator into the Catholic Church
This Publication is an another excellent introduction into the tactics of Sacramental Warfare
by Masonic infiltrators into the Catholic Priesthood. (AA-1025 .pdf 6mb)
“It is of prime necessity completely to reform the words of the Mass, and it will be well even to suppress the word itself and to replace it by “The Lord's Supper” or by “Eucharist” (for example). The Renovation of the Mass must minimize the importance of what they call “Consecration” and must give to the Communion a much more trivial appearance. This is a long-term project, which must neglect no detail.” - page 125, AA-1025: Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle
“’You understand,’ he said, ’that you will be fighting in the dark. You will always be in the dark. You will receive orders and you will obey them, without knowing why. Later I shall send you a book from which you will learn the true nature of the society we live in, and the strategy by which we shall destroy it.
When you have read the book, you will be full members of the Brotherhood.
But between the general aims that we are fighting for and the immediate tasks of the moment, you will never know anything. I tell you that the Brotherhood exists, but I cannot tell you whether it numbers a hundred members, or ten million. From your personal knowledge you will never be able to say that it numbers even as many as a dozen. You will have three or four contacts, who will be renewed from time to time as they disappear. As this was your first contact, it will be preserved. When you receive orders, they will come from me. If we find it necessary to communicate with you, it will be through Martin.
When you are finally caught, you will confess. That is unavoidable. But you will have very little to confess, other than your own actions. You will not be able to betray more than a handful of unimportant people. Probably you will not even betray me. By that time I may be dead, or I shall have become a different person, with a different face.’” - George Orwell's 1984, page 103