Narcissistic projection: you divisive people are desecrating the Holy Eucharist!

Narcissistic projection: you divisive people are desecrating the Holy Eucharist!


[Ann Barnhardt, the mistress of Diabolical Narcissism (for example, see “Remember Lot’s Wife: Diabolical Narcissism, the Overarching Global Pathology” at ) couldn’t put it any better]

SEP 13, 2016 by HILARY WHITE

Yesterday the man most of us call Pope Francis helpfully helped us identify and understand one of the less famous and more confusing aspects of the Narcissistic Personality Disorder: “projection.”

“The devil sows jealousies, ambitions, ideas, but to divide! Or sows greed. Everything to destroy the Church.” He tries to attack that which is the root of unity, namely the Eucharistic celebration. The Pope Francis said in the homily of the Mass celebrated this morning in Santa Marta House, commenting on the Letter of St. Paul to the Corinthians, the apostle reprimanded for their fights.

“And the divisions in the Church do not allow the Kingdom to grow; they do not allow the Lord to be seen as He is. Divisions make you see this part, this one against the other. Always against! There is no oil of unity, the balsam of unity. But the devil goes elsewhere, not only in the Christian community, he goes right to the root of Christian unity. And this happens here, in the city of Corinth, to the Corinthians. Paul rebukes them precisely because divisions arise, right at the heart of unity, that is, in the Eucharistic celebration.”

In the case of Corinth, riches make divisions between the rich and the poor precisely during the Eucharist. Jesus, the Pope said, “prayed to the Father for unity. But the devil seeks to destroy it” even there:

“I ask you to do everything possible to not destroy the Church with divisions; they are ideological, they come from greed and ambition, they come from jealousy. And above all to pray, and to keep the founts, the very roots of the unity of the Church, which is the Body of Christ; which we, every day, celebrate [in] His sacrifice in the Eucharist.”

“Paul could say this to all of us today, to the Church of today. ‘Brothers, in this I cannot praise you, because you are gathered together not for the better, but for the worse!’ But the Church gathers everyone together — for the worse, for divisions: for the worse! To soil the Body of Christ in the Eucharistic celebration! And the same Paul tells us, in another passage: ‘He who eats and drinks the Body and the Blood of Christ unworthily, eats and drinks his own condemnation.’ Let us ask the Lord for the unity of the Church, that there may not be divisions. And for unity also in the root of the Church, which is precisely the sacrifice of Christ, which we celebrate every day.”

If you are one of those who has been aghast at Bergoglio’s ongoing attack on the Holy Eucharist over the last 3.5 years, you will likely be open-mouthed at this outrageous speech. And that’s precisely what the narcissist is looking for. You’re off balance. You’re standing there, doing the fish, spluttering a little, unable to sort out your thoughts.

It works like this.

You catch a narcissist stealing your chips.

You confront him and say, “Hey! Those are my chips!”

He looks at you steadily and with an expression of concerned sadness says, with perfect sincerity, “I can’t believe you’ve been stealing my chips all this time. I’m really, really disappointed in you for betraying my trust like this. I think to make it up to me, you’d better go to the shops and buy me some more, and we can forget all about it.”

Then he shoves another one of your chips into his mouth and walks away, leaving you wondering whether you’re losing your mind.

That is how gaslighting works.

Here’s some helpful memes to show I’m not making it up and that it’s him, not you.





Narcissists provoke people.

Starting to make a little more sense now?

You’re welcome.

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One comment on “Narcissistic projection: you divisive people are desecrating the Holy Eucharist!

  1. That gaslighting of pathological narcissism is also the method the political Left is currently using. Hillary Clinton’s “basket of deplorables” is a good example. After bankrupting the country, destroying the medical and healthcare industry, and allowing dangerous terrorists to enter the country without vetting from a crazy open borders policy while the country is at war, they attack their opponents and accuse them of being the aggressors. Sociopaths and pathological narcissists can lie to the faces of the families of Benghazi victims after ignoring requests for greater security. “What difference does it make?” What kind of person would say something like that? After San Bernardino, Ft. Hood, Chattanooga, Paris, and Orlando, the problem is the “Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy” of Christians who cling to guns and religion. This is the gaslighting of the sociopaths and pathological narcissists of secular liberalism and the dictatorship of relativism. It is the same mentality and projection as that of rapists and child abusers who blame the victim.

    That progressive modernists also resort to gaslighting in their defense of the disasters of the Spirit of Vatican II deserves more attention. There needs to be a book on progressive modernist gaslighting since it dovetails with the history of clergy abuse scandals, the suppression of Catholic identity at Catholic colleges, and the decline of Catholicism since Vatican II.

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