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(RIP) Celestino I

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Concilio di Roma
« on: 10 December, 2018, 10:24:00 AM »
Era giunto il tempo di aprire il Concilio di Roma.
Celestino convocò Monsignor Ernesto Strozzi, Cancelliere Vicario, per organizzare l'accoglienza dei reggenti e della Grande Profetessa.

Era un incontro storico, mai si erano visti tanti reggenti sedersi intorno a un tavolo. Celestino era nervoso, voleva che tutto fosse perfetto, che gli ositi si trovassero a proprio agio e in un clima il più possibile sereno.I Re le Regine e la Grande Profetessa avrebbero alloggiato nelle più belle stanze del palazzo Pontificio, mentre le corti al seguito erano divise in stanze attigue e in palazzi e conventi vicini.

Per lo svolgimento del concilio fece allestire un'enorme sala completamente affrescata con scene bucoliche,senza alcun riferimento religioso ma che  rivelavano la bellezza del creato. Ai lati delle panche in legno di noce finemente intarsiate con dei comodi cuscini in velluto rosso dove avrebbero  preso posto i reggenti, in fondo, ai fianche del portale di ingresso, delle piccole tribune dove avrebbero preso posto gli accompagnatori. Nella parete in fondo alla sala, sotto un affresco raffigurante un cervo che si abbevera ad una sorgente, simbolo della saggezza, vi erano due troni neli quali avrebbero preso posto la Grande Profetessa e il Santo Padre.

Tutto era pronto, si attendeva solo l'arrivo dei partecipanti.



The time had come to open the Council of Rome.
Celestino summoned Monsignor Ernesto Strozzi, Chancellor Vicar, to organize the reception of the regents and the Great Prophetess.

It was a historic meeting, never before had so many regents been seated around a table. Celestino was nervous, he wanted everything to be perfect, that the daredevers were at ease and in a climate as serene as possible. The Kings, the Queens and the Great Prophetess would have stayed in the most beautiful rooms of the Pontifical palace, while the courts they were divided into adjoining rooms and neighboring palaces and convents.

For the development of the council he set up a huge hall completely frescoed with bucolic scenes, without any religious reference but which revealed the beauty of creation. At the sides of the walnut benches finely inlaid with comfortable red velvet cushions where the regents would have taken place, at the bottom, at the sides of the entrance portal, small tribunes where the chaperones would take their seats. In the wall at the back of the room, beneath a fresco depicting a deer that is fed to a spring, symbol of wisdom, there were two thrones in which the Great Prophetess and the Holy Father took their place.

Everything was ready, only the arrival of the participants was expected.


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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #1 on: 10 December, 2018, 11:59:46 AM »
Hear Hear His Majesty the King of France!

Arriving ahead of time the Monarch of France is followed by the Royal Guard of the Musketeers headed by a Golden Charriot. Inside one could see the King in a good mood and with a clear smile to all those that would watch the entourage pass by the City of Rome.

Not much time had passed and the City was cheering the arrival of one of the sons of Teos. The tension and excitement was mixing to all the doors and public spaces about what was going to unfold in this new chapter of Europe.

Upon arriving at the Pontifical Palace, His Holiness was ready for the welcome and the King as honored as he could show made a gesture requesting his blessing before entering the Holy grounds. His Holiness nodded and made the cross symbol near to the monarch head.

Shortly both enter the Pontifical Palace and their conversation was for them alone.

However the faith and good will was common to both and like His Holiness confessed hoped all would go well on the welfare of all men and nations.

They split apart, being the King shown his chambers where he would rest and wait for the initial ceremony of the Council.

Long was the journey and soon his royal eyes closed to recover to what would be history happening under that same common roof.
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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #2 on: 11 December, 2018, 04:14:14 PM »
Due ciuchi avanzavano lentamente in un'uggiosa mattina di pioggia, per le sterminate distese di fango di quello che un tempo era l'agro romano.

Durante il tragitto, Teodoro e Carmela avevano incrociato ben poca gente, perlopiù contadini pallidi e denutriti, tutti con la stessa disperazione dipinta sul volto.

Di tanto in tanto era possibile scorgere all'orizzonte qualche rada colonna di fumo salire al cielo, velocemente dispersa nella foschia.

Giunto che fu alle porte della Città Eterna, il Cardinal Sidonio fu fermato da un picchetto di armigeri che stazionavano nei pressi di Ponte Milvio. Teodoro mostró ai miliziani la la lettera di convocazione pontificia ed essi  lo fecero passare con un'espressione divertita. Il loro capo, evidentemente brillo, si lasciò sfuggire un provocatorio :"Godetevi lo spettacolo, Monsió".
Teodoro replicò con un sorriso amaro, indi passò oltre.

Mentre procedevano tra macerie ancora fumanti , Carmela si guardò intorno, sbigottita per tanta distruzione.

 Percependo l'inquietudine della sua serva, il Cardinale l'anticipò.
" Abbi cura della nostra dignità, amica mia. Qualsiasi cosa tu veda o senta da qui in avanti, fatti pietra. Il fardello di noi sacerdoti è quello di essere in ogni epoca testimoni dell'umana idiozia e contemporaneamente portatori di speranza. Non lasciare mai che il primo aspetto prevalga sul secondo. "

Dopo qualche attimo di silenzio, Carmela annuì. " Farò come dite, Eminenza. "

Stavolta fu Teodoro a restare sbigottito. Squadrò  la perpetua con un'occhiata sarcastica.
" Niente altro da aggiungere? "

Carmela storse il naso con fare neghittoso
" Proprio no."

"Sei sicura?"

Il viso della donna divenne scarlatto.
"Sentite, io ero accanto a voi quando vi hanno maciullato la gamba a Porto. Ho visto come si accanivano su di voi mentre eravate svenuto. Non fosse stato per Bucefalo che li ha caricati proprio mentre vi stavano legando ai cavalli, vi avrebbero squartato vivo. Cosa dovrei dire riguardo a questo? "

Teodoro guardò in basso, dove un tempo era la sua gamba sinistra. Il piede era stato strappato via, insieme a buona parte dei muscoli e dei tendini fino all'attaccatura del polpaccio. Per salvargli la vita era stato necessario amputare fino al ginocchio. Un complesso sistema di cinghie gli permetteva ancora di cavalcare Bucefalo, però solo ad andatura moderata. Per evitargli le stampelle, i fedeli iberici avevano realizzato per il loro Primate una sorta di puntale d'argento da calzare sopra il moncherino. Anche così, l'andatura di Teodoro era quantomeno problematica :per potersi spostare era costretto a conficcare il puntale nel terreno ed usarlo come perno, compiendo degli emicicli. In caso di pavimentazioni lapidee, necessitava comunque dell'assistenza di Carmela. Qualsiasi forma di arte bellica era per lui ormai un ricordo del passato.

Teodoro si morse un labbro fino a che ne scaturì il sangue, poi gradualmente riacquistò la consueta flemma.
"Cosa dovresti dire riguardo a questo, mi chiedi? Limitati all ' ovvio, ossia che sei diventata l'infermiera di un compasso. Ad ogni modo, avrò perso la gamba, ma non ho perso la Fede. E soprattutto non ho perso l'appetito. Fermiamoci qui per desinare, pare che questa locanda sia ancora in attività."



Two donkeys advanced slowly in a rainy morning through the endless expanses of mud once called Agro Romano. During the journey, Teodoro and Carmela had met very few people, mostly pale and undernourished peasants, all with the same despair painted on their faces. From time to time it was possible to see on the horizon some sparse column of smoke rising to the sky, quickly dispersed in the mist. As soon as he was at the gates of the Eternal City, Cardinal Sidonio was stopped by a picket line of armigers who stationed near Ponte Milvio. Teodoro showed the pontifical convocation letter to the militia, and they let him pass, showing an amused expression. Their leader, evidently tipsy, spoken with a intentions  :"Enjoy the show, Monsió". Teodoro replied with a bitter smile, then he passed over. As they proceeded among the still smoking rubbles, Carmela looked around, startled by so much destruction.

 Sensing the restlessness of his servant, the Cardinal anticipated her
 "Take care of our dignity, my friend, whatever you see or hear from now on, get yourself like made of stone.... the burden of us priests is to be witnesses of human idiocy in every age and at the same time to be bearers of hope.  The first aspect can't prevail over the second one. "

After a few moments of silence, Carmela nodded. "I will do as you say, Eminence."

Teodoro looked at his serf with a sarcastic glaze.
 "Anything else to add?"

Carmela twisted her nose in a dazed manner
 " Absolutely not."

"Are you sure?"

The woman's face became scarlet.
"Listen, I was next to you when they crushed your leg in Porto, I saw how they came to rest on you while you were fainting - Bucefalo rammed them just before you to were binded to four horses.... , you was about to be quartered alive! What should I say about this? "

Teodoro looked down, where his left leg was once. The foot had been torn away, along with most of the muscles and tendons until the calf was attached. To save his life it had been necessary to amputate to the knee. A complex system of belts still allowed him to ride Bucefalo , but only at a moderate pace. To spare to him the crutches, the Iberian artisans created for their Primate a sort of silver talon to be fitted over the stump. Even so,  the movement action was at least problematic to Teodoro: in order to walk Teodoro was forced to stick the talon into the ground and use it as a pivot, making  hemicyclical movements. In the case of stone paving, he still needed the assistance of Carmela. Any form of warfare was for him a thing of the past.

 Teodoro bit his lip until the blood came out, then gradually regained his usual phlegm.
"What should you say about this, you ask me? Just tell the obvious, you have become the nurse of a compass. I have lost my leg, but I haven't lost the Faith, and above all I have not lost my appetite. Let's stop here to dine, I see that this inn is still in business. "

« Last Edit: 11 December, 2018, 09:36:34 PM by Teodoro Sidonio »

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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #3 on: 11 December, 2018, 05:50:22 PM »
Ernesto could not hide his sadness upon seeing the injuries suffered by Cardinal Teodoro.

"Your Eminence, it is always good to see you, but I had wished to see you in better health than this. Here let me help me you to your seat".

Ernesto sighed. He hoped that the injuries and suffering would soon end.

"We have made the hall as comfortable as possible with our limited resources. Now, please excuse me, I see that that the King of France has also arrived. I must speak with his valet about those musketeers. The King of Rome will not permit any weapons to be brought in."


Ernesto non poteva nascondere la sua tristezza nel vedere le ferite subite dal cardinale Teodoro.

"Eminenza, è sempre bello vederti, ma io avrei voluto vederti in una salute migliore di questa. Permettetemi di aiutarvi a sedere al vostro posto".

Ernesto sospirò. Sperava che le ferite e le sofferenze finissero presto.

"Abbiamo reso la sala il più confortevole possibile con le nostre limitate risorse. Ora, vi prego di scusarmi, vedo che anche il Re di Francia è arrivato. Devo parlare con il suo valletto di quei moschettieri. Il Re di Roma non permetterà di portare armi".


« Last Edit: 11 December, 2018, 05:52:40 PM by Ernesto Strozzi »
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(RIP) Celestino I

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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #4 on: 13 December, 2018, 10:04:38 AM »
I tempi erano difficili, Roma assediata e conquistata era in mano ai patriarcali. Per questo il concilio iniziò in grave ritardo e con grande difficoltà dovuta soprattutto alla logistica.
Celestino era comunque soddisfatto; tutti i regnanti da lui invitati avevano accettato, era giunto ill tempo di incominciare. Il Papa entrò nella sala indossando una veste riccamente decorata, con sete rosse e intarsi dorati, sulle spalle un pesante mantello rosso, con il simbolo del triangolo sulla schiena, la Mitra ed il bastone Pastorale. Giunto davanti allo scranno si girò verso la sala rimanendo in piedi, guardò il suo fedele collaboratore Monsignor Strozzi e con un gesto lo invitò a fare entrare i partecipanti. Finalmente il concilio aveva inizio.


Times were difficult, Rome besieged and conquered was in the hands of the patriarchal. For this reason the council began in serious delay and with great difficulty due mainly to logistics.
Celestino was still satisfied; all the monarchs he had invited accepted, it was time to start. The Pope entered the hall wearing a richly decorated robe, with red silks and golden inlays, on his shoulders a heavy red cloak, with the symbol of the triangle on his back, the Miter and the Pastoral baton. Arriving in front of the bench, he turned towards the hall, remaining standing, he looked at his faithful collaborator Monsignor Strozzi and with a gesture invited him to let the participants enter. Finally the council began.


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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #5 on: 13 December, 2018, 12:39:14 PM »
Berton was genuinely embarrassed to be there as king of a ruined kingdom, rather than as the marshal of the papal guard.  The glorious company had been excluded from the battlefields about a year ago, and since then things had been getting worse and worse.
Aragon was no better than his body, ravaged by so many recent injuries, and the ongoing war would only allow him an intermittent presence.

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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #6 on: 13 December, 2018, 06:47:54 PM »
Willhelm Tell arrived in Rome alone. He wasn't part of an elite of royalties or nobles or important religious roles like some other people at the council. Luckily, he could understand well the language spoken by some participants and heard some revendications that maybe would have been announced at the council ... listening to some of those ideas, he directly knew what would have been the end of the council ... But he wasn't in the mood to share his thoughts with other participants, he was there because some important people from the patriarchal army asked him to join and to represent former Normandy and actual Prussia, but Tell wasn't the most important person of the patriarchal delegation and decided not to argue with other participants about business that - for sure - he wouldn't have decided by himself.

Of course Tell had prepared in his mind some stuff to say in case they would have given him the word. But he knew that is lower position wouldn't have granted him a place in case of negociation. He was just there to help in case it was demanded.

The atmosphere was silent when the pope arrived and declared the Council open. Tell knew it was just the calm before the storm (la calma prima della tempesta) as the natives from Rome were used to say. But he had to prevent himself to start the discussion, he wasn't the host and he wasn't the most important guest, the talk had to be started by someone else.

But the mind of tell started focusing on something else. He was attracted by the rich tunic weared by the pope. It was funny that a so devastated kingdom could have so rich treasuries within its lands after so many raids ... he was sure that Romans and their allies had more than once secret that we should have to discover ! Or maybe a few other raids to obtain all their wealth...

Focusing again at the audience present at the council, he really hoped that it would have started soon. Tell was really impatient to listen to what the other participants had to say about the peace and their ideas to reach it.
His ideas where clear.
Enemies has to show us their willingness to reach something realistic, or this council will have no sense at all.

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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #7 on: 13 December, 2018, 08:47:35 PM »
The King of France making his introduction on subject of Council gives notice: "Your Holiness, please prepare the council about giving word to each monarch at a time so we know what to expect."

Then he sit back in his chair waiting for the reply and the Council first speaker to take the stand.
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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #8 on: 13 December, 2018, 10:31:23 PM »
Isabella e Dusan erano a Roma già da qualche giorno, ospiti del nuovo Re Zivkovic, quando ricevettero un dispaccio  papale.
Celestino I il nuovo Papa, li convocava assieme alla Profetessa Elizara e a molti altri Regnanti e delegati Reali, per un Concilio.

Dusan aveva fatto molto tardi la sera precedente e probabilmente aveva anche bevuto molto dato che i tentativi di svegliarlo quella mattina erano pressoché infruttuosi.
Isabella, in attesa che il marito resuscitasse, si preparò per partecipare al Concilio.
Dopo un tempo indefinito, finalmente anche Dusan fu pronto e i due si avviarono verso il Palazzo Pontificio scortati dalle Milizie Reali.

Furono accolti con tutti gli onori e la Regina d’Italia accanto al suo sposo e  tenendo al guinzaglio il suo inseparabile cane, sfilò con sguardo orgoglioso e severo, davanti ai Sovrani che già avevano preso posto nella grande sala delle udienze.
Molti avevano delle facce lunghe che arrivavano fino ai piedi, alcuni persino sbadigliavano, altri sembravano partecipare ad un funerale.

I due presero posto vicino alla Profetessa e in attesa che i ritardatari facessero il loro ingresso, Isabella inaspettatamente prese la parola.

Vostra Grazia, Pontefice della Chiesa Teologica Celestino primo del Vostro nome, permettetemi di presentarmi.

Sono la Regina Isabella d’Italia e sono qui in rappresentanza del mio Popolo. Vi ringrazio dell’invito che avete voluto inoltrarci e spero vivamente che…

Un vocio di sottofondo disturbò la donna che si fermò un attimo per poi riprendere a più alta voce

CHE... DICEVO… questo Concilio sia allietato da un sorso di vino rosso affinché LORSIGNORI QUI PRESENTI – disse sempre a voce molto alta - possano risvegliare quel poco di vitalità necessaria ad un incontro di sì grande importanza. Diversamente, ci vedremmo costretti ad abbandonare il Concilio seduta stante.

Porgendo l’inchino al Pontefice, Isabella tornò a sedersi sorridendo al marito.


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Isabella and Dusan had been in Rome for a few days, guests of the new King Dusan Zivkovic, when they received a papal dispatch.
Celestine I, the new Pope, convened them together with the prophetess Elizara and many other Rulers and royal delegates for a Council.

Dusan had been very late the night before and probably had also drunk a lot since the attempts to wake him up that morning were almost fruitless.
Isabella, waiting for her husband to resurrect, prepared to participate at the Council.
After an indefinite time, finally Dusan was also ready and the two set off towards the Pontifical Palace, escorted by the Royal Militia.

They were welcomed with all the honors and the Queen of Italy next to her husband and keeping his inseparable dog on a leash, paraded proudly and sternly, in front of the Sovereigns who had already taken their seats in the great audience hall.
Many had long faces that reached to the feet, some even yawned, others seemed to attend a funeral.

The two took a seat next to the Prophetess and waiting for the latecomers to enter, Isabella unexpectedly took the word.

Your Grace, Pontiff of the  Theological Church, Celestino I first of your name, allow me to introduce myself.
I am  Queen Isabella of Italy and I am here representing my People. I thank you for the invitation you have sent us and I sincerely hope that ...


A voice in the background disturbed the woman who stopped for a moment and then restarted in a loud voice

THAT... I SAID ... this Council is cheered by a sip of red wine so that THAIR GRACES HERE PRESENT -she said again very loudly - can awaken the little vitality necessary for such an important meeting. Otherwise, we would be forced to leave the Council in few minutes.

With a bow to the Pope, Isabella returned to sit smiling at her husband.
" Il mio segreto è una memoria che agisce a volte per terribilità"

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« Reply #9 on: 13 December, 2018, 11:31:27 PM »
Grand Prophetess arrived to Rome wearing black armor instead of her ceremonial clothes.
Several Patriarchal Guards in similar black armors accompanied her. All of them was veterans of many battles, and they already stepped on streets of Rome before.
If there was occasional passerby who dared to move close enough, he could see reflections of memories on their gloomy faces. They remembered blood flowing on these streets, tongues of fire, and cries of wounded soldiers and civilians in plundered city.

The procession marched through the city to the Pontifical Palace. They kept silence, followed only by sound of heavy stomping of black sabatons.

The guard who was moving ahead of procession opened door to the hall and announced in his rough voice with heavy Russian accent:

- Grand Prophetess Elizara Gray!.. has arrived!
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(RIP) Celestino I

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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #10 on: 14 December, 2018, 08:25:09 AM »
Celestino non si stupì dell'ingresso della regina Isabella D'Este, si aspettava quell'atteggiamento irrispettoso e arrogante. Si alzò in piedi e disse:
benvenuta Maestà, siamo felici di incontrare la vostra persona e il vostro nobile accompagnatore -disse Celestino guardando il cane -Purtroppo non abbiamo del vino da offrirvi, le continue razzie ci hanno privato di tante cose,come voi ben sapete. Spero possiate accontentarvi di un'ottima acqua proveniente da una fonte qui vicina, ha delle piccole bolle al suo interno che la rendono assai gradevole. Dicono anche che abbia delle grandi propietà curative, specialmente depurative.ve la consiglio vivamente. Le sorrise e tornò a sedersi.


Celestino was not surprised at the entrance of Queen Isabella D'Este, he expected that disrespectful and arrogant attitude. He stood up and said: Welcome Majesty, we are happy to meet your person and your noble companion - Celestino said looking at the dog - Unfortunately we do not have any wine to offer you, the continuous raids have deprived us of so many things, like you you know. I hope you can be satisfied with good water coming from a nearby source, it has small bubbles inside which make it very pleasant. They also say that it has great healing properties, especially depurative. I highly recommend it. He smiled at her and went back to sitting down.
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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #11 on: 14 December, 2018, 10:06:02 AM »
Celestino si era appena seduto che il portone della sala si aprì e un omone dai capelli e barba rossicci annuncio che la Grande Profetessa Elizara Gray era arrivata.

Il papa si alzò per andare incontro all'illustre ospite ma si fermò di colpo stupito nel vedere il massimo esponente della religione Patriarcale vestito con una nera armatura.

Superato in fretta l'attimo di sorpresa, si avvicinò alla Grande Profetessa e indicandole il posto dove si sarebbe dovuta sedere le sussurrò:
benvenuta Grande Profetessa, questo è un momento storico, speriamo e preghiamo che porti i suoi frutti. Permettetemi di complimentarvi con voi per l'eleganza.

Celestino tornò al  suo posto ma questa volta non si sedette, aveva fretta di incominciare.[/i



Celestine had just sat down that the hall door opened and a big man with reddish hair and beard announced that the Great Prophet Elizara Gray had arrived.

The Pope got up to meet the illustrious guest, but stopped suddenly amazed to see the greatest exponent of the Patriarchal religion dressed in a black armor.

Hastily passed the moment of surprise, approached the Great Prophetess and pointing to the place where she should sit down whispered:
welcome Great Prophetess, this is a historic moment, we hope and pray that it bears fruit. Allow me to congratulate you on elegance.

Celestino returned to his place but this time he did not sit down, he was in a hurry to start.



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« Reply #12 on: 14 December, 2018, 10:22:16 AM »
It was a year ago that i visited Mausoleum of Oddantonio Montefeltro at Urbino and now entering the Pontifical palace of Rome. The Eternal City looks in order but its obvious that a lot of work must be done to reclaim the deserved prestige.

My greetings to the ladies first, a hand-kiss to my fair Queen Isabella, warm regards to Prophetess Elizara while she was trying to unlock her black gaunlets asking her to bless me with Deus favor and smilling nodes to all regents sitting at their seats. Last my greetings and congratulations to the new Pope Celestino wishing him the burden of his responsibilities to be lifted at the most effective way.

Disregarding the De Ceremoniis protocol entering last and welcoming an Emperor, i found my designating seat. Shortly after i heard that someone ordered wine but only water will be served....that made my nephew and first time as accompanying Lieutenant Angelo Amerighi Katakouzinos wishing that the following banquet at Urbino after Rome will be more interesting.


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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #13 on: 14 December, 2018, 10:48:40 AM »
We formally welcome the Grand Prophetess and invite her to the podium as first speaker at the Council.
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(RIP) Celestino I

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Re: Concilio di Roma
« Reply #14 on: 14 December, 2018, 08:02:27 PM »
Celestino incominciò:

Grande Profetessa, Regnanti tutti, nobil uomini e nobil donne benvenuti.

La Vostra presenza qui è per me fonte di speranza. So bene quanto per alcuni di voi sia difficile doversi confrontare ma confido nella Vostra saggezza e nelle vostre intelligenze.

So bene di non essere nella posizione di poter dettare condizioni, la situazione è ben chiara a tutti. Tutti noi però dobbiamo assumerci delle responsabilità, dobbiamo avere la forza di ammettere le nostre colpe e i nostri errori.
Ed è perciò che noi, Celestino Primo del suo nome, Sommo Pontefice della Chiesa Teologica Antica , chiediamo scusa per gli errori commessi. Per non aver fatto tutto ciò che era nelle nostre facoltà per evitare questo scempio, questo dolore all'umanità intera.
Prima come prete e a seguire come vescovo e cardinale non ho mai nascosto la mia contrarietà alle azioni svolte dall'ormai ex regno di Roma e dai suoi alleati, in particolare il pagano Deste Dormolo Proselite, nei confronti dei regni teologici di Savoia e Normandia e la seguente disgraziata gestione degli eventi che  ha contribuito in maniera importante al tragico sviluppo che tutti conosciamo. Siamo certi e convinti che i responsabili debbano pagare per gli errori commessi e pentirsi davanti a Theos delle scellerate azioni che hanno gravemente offeso la Chiesa Teologica tutta.

Non possiamo però altresì astenerci dal condannare la crudeltà, la violenza, l'ingordigia, la superbia dei Regni di Serbia di Italia e tutti i loro alleati, che attraverso una assurda violenza stanno distruggendo un intero mondo. Lo stanno facendo senza alcuna pietà, davanti a popoli inermi incapaci di difendersi e di potersi curare. Questo è un abominio! questo è ingiusto!
Grande Profetessa questo è ciò che vuole Dio? questo è quello che volete voi? Se così fosse tutto avrebbe fine, l'apocalisse allora è giunta, Immanuel tornerà a giudicare i vivi e i morti...ed il Suo Regno non avrà fine.
Se ancora gli insegnamenti dei profeti del vostro Dio hanno valore per voi fermate questo scempio, la vostra vendetta è ormai compiuta, ci avete umiliati abbastanza, dateci l'opportunità di rincominciare.
Vi chiedo di restituirci la Sacra Reliquia, di fermare la guerra immediatamente per il bene di tutti coloro che credono si possa rincominciare, nella luce del Nostro, del Vostro Dio. Avete la nostra sacra parola, come erede legittimo al Soglio di San Rocco che la Chiesa Teologica si impegnerà esclusivamente per la pace tra i popoli e che, d'ora in poi e finchè Theos ci vorrà su questa terra come Pastore del Suo popolo , non appoggerò alcuna azione di regni Teologici atti a distruggere o invadere o vendicare. Giudicherò con fermezza atti contrari ai principi della Santa Chiesa Teologica fino all'atto estremo della scomunica.
Do ora la parola alla Grande Profetessa Elizara Gray.




Celestino began:

Great Prophetess, all reigning, noble men and noble women welcome.

Your presence here is a source of hope for me. I know how difficult it is for some of you to confront, but I trust in your wisdom and your wits.

I know I'm not in a position to dictate conditions, the situation is clear to everyone. But all of us must take responsibility, we must have the strength to admit our faults and our mistakes.
And it is therefore that we, Celestino Primo of his name, Supreme Pontiff of the Ancient Theological Church, apologize for the mistakes made. For not having done all that was in our faculties to avoid this havoc, this pain to all humanity.
First as a priest and to follow as bishop and cardinal I have never hidden my opposition to the actions carried out by the now former kingdom of Rome and its allies, in particular the pagan Deste Dormolo Proselite, against the theological kingdoms of Savoy and Normandy and the following unfortunate event management that has made an important contribution to the tragic development we all know. We are certain and convinced that those responsible must pay for the errors committed and repent before the Theos of the wicked actions that have seriously offended the whole Theological Church.

We can not however refrain from condemning the cruelty, violence, greed, pride of the Serbian kingdoms of Italy and all their allies, who through an absurd violence are destroying an entire world. They are doing it without any mercy, before unarmed peoples unable to defend themselves and to be able to cure themselves. This is an abomination! this is unfair!
Great Prophetess, this is what God wants? is this what you want? If this were all it would end, then the apocalypse has come, Immanuel will return to judge the living and the dead ... and His Kingdom will have no end.
If the teachings of your God's prophets still have value for you, stop this mess, your vengeance is now complete, you have humiliated us enough, give us the opportunity to start again.
I ask you to return us the Holy Relic, to stop the war immensely for the good of all those who believe we can begin again, in the light of Our Lord, of your God. You have our sacred word as legitimate heir to the Soglio di San Rocco that Theological Church will commit itself exclusively to peace among peoples and that, from now on and as long as Theos will want us on this earth as the Shepherd of His people, I do not support any action of theological kingdoms capable of destroying or invading or revenging. I will firmly judge acts contrary to the principles of the Holy Theological Church up to the extreme act of excommunication.
I now give the floor to the Great Prophetess Elizara Gray.