"Rape of the Soul" Documentary Creating Public Awareness and Action

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Demonic and sexual images in artwork are pulled from Church websites and pews, says film's director.

Yet another controversial painting that was uncovered in the feature film documentary "Rape of the Soul" and shown to contain embedded satanic and immoral material, including multiple images of 666, demonic faces and sexual references, has been removed from public view.

"Rape of the Soul" director Michael A. Calace, who is a Catholic, said, "The Archdiocese of Toronto has pulled a blasphemous painting from their website, after the same painting was present on their home page since 1999. The painting was specially requisitioned, approved, promoted and executed by Cardinal Ambrozic's Director of Catholic Family Life, Suzanne Scorsone."

The film alleges Scorsone, along with her colleagues, engineered highly inappropriate embedded images to appear in Catholic religious art via websites, hymnals and missals in the US, Canada, and globally, along with other such religious art, including from the Oregon Catholic Press, which is also exposed in the film and was subsequently covered with adhesive stickers to hide the embedded imagery.

"It was urgently important for the Archdiocese of Toronto to remove the painting from their website, as people worldwide, especially children, were affected from viewing such indecency. It is unacceptable that not even a single apology, nor an act of contrition has been issued by the archdiocese, as the terrible painting remained live on their home page for years, including during World Youth Day Toronto, despite several warnings," said Mr. Calace.

According to the film's experts, the archdiocese painting, along with a vast multitude of blasphemous images of embedded sex and occult horror are identified and extracted in plain sight throughout the documentary http://www.rapeofthesoul.com, as such imagery in its embedded state is meant to program the viewer.

In fact, the Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has acquired the transcript of the film for the permanent collection. Go to http://www.oscars.org, select Margaret Herrick Library, and then search catalog, entering "Rape of the Soul" for information.

In addition to Mr. Calace's embedded art expertise; fellow world-renowned experts, Dr. Wilson Bryan Key, Dr. Stanley Monteith, Dr. Marc Oster and Dr. Judith Reisman, join him as they discuss the identification, cause and negative effects of embedded imagery in art, as it is exposed from various periods including the Middle Ages, Renaissance and contemporary works.

A candid interview from a Catholic perspective was granted by Mr. Calace http://www.athanasiuscm.blogspot.com/2006/11/rape-of-soul-what-you-cant-see-can.html, with commentaries by Fr. Stephen Somerville, Rev. Dr. Rama Coomaraswamy, Philip Candido and Stephen Heiner, inviting continuing dialogue.

"Rape of the Soul," is the feature film documentary that exposes real satanic and pornographic images embedded in religious artwork, and the Church's subsequent attempts to avoid their detection.

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