The “Pope” of Palmar denies having stolen the “popemobile”, “It’s mine, and is in my name”

(DIALOGUE IRELAND WOULD WELCOME ANY CORRECTION OF THE SPANISH TEXT.)

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

ABC Newspaper from Seville contacted Sergio María Ginés Jesus Hernandez, who has renounced his pontificate in the Church of Santa Faz and has started a new life with a Grenadine woman Nieves Triviño.
“It is a step that I freely and voluntarily have taken. I do not believe in that at all anymore.”

http://sevilla.abc.es/provincia/utrera/sevi-entrevista-exclusiva-papa-palmar-troya-201604271214_noticia.html

 

Gregorio XVIII, durante su pontificado en El Palmar

Gregorio XVIII, when he was Pope in El Palmar – ABC

With these words he explained that it was the “pope” of El Palmar de Troya ABC de Sevilla why his resignation to pontificate and his departure from the order after 32 years of religious life.

Sergio María Ginés Jesus Hernandez, ex-seminarian and a former soldier, is starting a new life in Monachil (Granada.) He has fallen in love and is very happy with a woman  Nieves Trivedi. She is known to people and very much liked by them, because she organises parties in the City Hall where she works in Grenada.

Nieves Triviño, novia del expapa
Nieves Trivedi girlfriend  of the Ex Pope.- ABC Continue reading

Prepare for the end of the Palmarians

Most people who have been associated with the Palmarian Church are used to rules and regulations and total mental control. Loss of social intercourse, loss of the affection of family and death in silence and without love… We want you to feel the power of this rock and roll as we prepare you for strange developments.

https://dialogueireland.wordpress.com/category/christian/palmarian-church/

Tony Quinn Part 3, the final edition for now?

“Oh yes, I’m the great pretender, pretending I’m doing well.  My need is such I pretend too much, I’m lonely but no one can tell.  Oh yes I’m the great pretender, adrift in a world of my own.  I play the game but to my real shame, you’ve left me to dream all alone.  Too real is this feeling of make believe, too real when I feel what my heart can’t conceal.  Ooh ooh, yes I’m the great pretender, just laughing and gay like a clown.  I seem to be what I’m not, you see, I’m wearing my heart like a crown.  Pretending that you’re still around.”

Jamie

Jamie’s picture which was taken 15 years ago is good to keep in mind next September. Why? Because the Ryder Cup might come down to someone under undue influence or using their own mind to win for Europe. Watch this space. Continue reading

Bad day for the “Scientologists,” “Ex Scientologists,” “Understanding Cultism” and “Common Sense.”

Judge donohoe

 

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In October 2014 Pete Griffith a former Scientologist and anti Scientology campaigner was in court having decided to take a case against Zabrina Collins one of the current leaders of Scientology Mission in Dublin. It looked like an open and shut case. He had clearly decided to not address the issue of Scientology at all unless it came up in evidence. I had been asked to attend as an expert witness not so much about the Scientology organisation but rather to give background to Scientology’s presence in   Ireland. The second case involved Pete Griffith and John McGhee in the enforcement of a High Court injunction in regard to assault and battery against Zabrina Collins and Michael O’Donnell. Continue reading

Justice O’Donohue gives judgement in regard to two cases involving Scientologists and ex Scientologists

Scientologist must pay damages for ‘vitriolic’ personal attack

Zabrina Collins sent ‘distasteful’ email to school principal after talk by Peter Griffiths

A Scientology building in Buffalo, New York. A chiropractor was ordered  to pay €5,000 damages for a ‘vitriolic and personalised’ attack on the character of a Co Mayo man who opposes the church’s beliefs and teachings. File photograph: Carlo Allegri/ReutersA Scientology building in Buffalo, New York. A chiropractor was ordered to pay €5,000 damages for a ‘vitriolic and personalised’ attack on the character of a Co Mayo man who opposes the church’s beliefs and teachings. File photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

A chiropractor was ordered by a judge on Monday to pay €5,000 damages for a “vitriolic and personalised” attack on the character of a Co Mayo man who opposes the beliefs and teachings of the Church of Scientology, of which she is a leading member.

Judge James O’Donohoe in the Circuit Civil Court said that allegations by Zabrina Collins against Peter Griffiths of criminal activity, hate-mongering and links to gay pornographic movies of teenage boys “were largely untrue and grossly defamatory”.

He said an email from Ms Collins to a Dublin headmaster describing Griffiths as not being a fit person to engage with students was “particularly distasteful”, but had not gone far enough to brand him a paedophile either directly or by innuendo.

Judge O’Donohoe had heard that Collins had sent the email to the principal of St David’s CBS, Artane, Dublin, in May 2013 after she discovered a YouTube recording of a talk on “cults” given by Mr Griffiths to a class of teenage boys at the school.

She had claimed his talk had centred on Scientology and accused him of “openly and viciously” slandering the church.

She had also accused him of being “an avid hate campaigner against Scientologists” and of “hate-mongering” against the church.

In the email she included a picture of Mr Griffiths that he had allowed to be taken of himself with only his genitals covered with a Guy Fawkes mask, which Mr Griffiths told the court had been taken in support of Prince Harry following a nude photo scandal involving the British royal in a Las Vegas Hotel in August 2012.

Judge O’Donohoe told Seamus O’Tuathail SC, counsel for Mr Griffiths, of Cual Gara, Teeling Street, Ballina, that Ms Collins had sought to prove the truth of each and every allegation against his client, despite the fact there had not been a specific pleading of such in her defence.

Mr O’Tuathail had told the court that Mr Griffiths was seeking €50,000 damages against Ms Collins.

The judge said on Monday that the claim of qualified privilege regarding Ms Collins’s remarks could not extend to protect such “a vile attack” on Mr Griffiths’s good name.

He said there had been a good deal of history and animus between the two parties that accounted for the tone of the email, which he described as “malicious in the extreme”.

He said publication of the defamatory remarks had not been extensive and thad been directed to the school principal.

Second case

Judge O’Donohoe also gave judgment in a second case in which Ms Collins, a chiropractor, of The Boulevard, Mount Eustace, Tyrrelstown, Dublin 15, and Scientologist Michael O’Donell, a marketing consultant, of Cherrywood Lawn, Clondalkin, Dublin, sued Mr Griffiths and embalmer John McGhee, of Armstrong Grove, Clara, Co Offaly, for assault and battery.

The judge said Mr McGhee had followed Ms Collins and Mr O’Donnell in Dublin as they distributed leaflets against drug-taking.

He said that from a video he had seen it was very clear to him that Mr McGhee had certainly been guilty of assault.

He said that Mr McGhee’s harassing of Ms Collins and the grabbing by him of leaflets constituted battery.

Judge O’Donohoe told barrister Frank Beatty, counsel for Ms Collins, that his client could be heard letting out a “shrill shriek” on the video, which indicated to the court that she was worried about a battering from Mr McGhee.

The judge awarded Ms Collins and Mr O’Donnell a total of €3,500 against Mr McGhee for assault and battery.

Mr Griffiths, he said, had played a lesser role by videoing the assault, but had nevertheless consorted with Mr McGhee.

For harassment and assault he awarded Ms Collins and Mr O’Donnell €2,000 damages against Mr Griffiths.

Mr Beatty and Mr O’Tuathail agreed that the question of costs could be dealt with by the court at a later date.

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Part 2 of our former Educoist’s road to freedom

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“You have come on a two week seminar here, but YOU will never return”.  And with these words Tony Quinn kicks off his seminar in Los Angeles in September 2001.  As I look back now, 15 years later, I realise that he wasn’t telling lies.  I (the real me) never did return.  What returned was a guy who was programmed (hypnotised) to live in a manner similar to Tony Quinn himself. Continue reading

Why the census needs to be changed. We need a conversion from Religion.

Census 2016

Religion question

I have been trying since 2002 to have the census introduce some scientific logic to how the subject of religion is described and categorised. Overtures to the CSO and the Taoiseach’s office have met with no response. Continue reading

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