The painting entitled “The Washing of Feet,” instead shows a faceless Jesus figure’s head ensconced in the genitals of a St. Peter figure, surrounded by sexual elements including the words “sex,” according to the feature film documentary “Rape of the Soul,” directed by Michael A. Calace, himself a devout Catholic.
Production studio Silver Sword International, which released the film, has made available the Sieger Koder scene, deciphered by the world’s foremost authority on pornography, Dr. Judith Reisman, and embed art expert Mr. Calace, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdiYb9ySwcI
Dr. Reisman said, “People become mesmerized by this picture because they know that there is something very wrong, yet they can’t figure it out for themselves and thereby have a higher arousal from it, causing a continuous return to the imagery in their own mind.”
Sieger Koder, who was a Nazi soldier in WWII, painted the work for worldwide distribution, utilizing the same propaganda techniques of embedded imagery made famous by Joseph Goebbels, as clearly depicted in “Rape of the Soul,” alleges Calace.
Catholic publisher Pauline Books and Media, incredibly describes this artwork on their own website as, “All the drama and intimacy of the encounter between Jesus and Peter are focused centrally where their two heads meet.” Pauline distributes Koder’s artwork internationally.
Mr. Calace stated, “In my opinion, and what concerns me most as a Catholic, is that Satan’s influence is alive and well in the highest levels of the Church, as it is evil that uses its own people to promote such heretical sexual behavior as one of the fuels to feed the driving force of anti-Catholic destruction from within the Church itself.”
Embedded imagery programming along with stunning visual proof is identified and extracted in plain sight throughout the documentary www.rapeofthesoul.com, which discusses the cause and negative effects in both historical and contemporary artworks, and the Church's subsequent attempts at covering up scandals.
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