Friday, May 23, 2014

My Demented Papal Wet Dreams

This is not about a sexual fantasy of how a person will desecrate the sanctity and innocence of a priest in the confessional booth. I am not suggesting that it is my fantasy. I leave that to the imagination of my dear readers, hehehe!

Anyway, this is about my lust for power. Yes, power is an aphrodisiac. Lakas neto maka L sakin. I do not deny that I have a thing for powerful men and women. Sometimes I’d choose politicians over porn stars. Okay, I’m exaggerating. But I can be deeply attracted to a politician, or a leader of a certain political group, or anybody who is on top of the game in business or politics. Power is sexy to my eyes. It’s like a naked body begging to be caressed, kissed and licked.



And aside from political power, I also dreamt of attaining the powers of the divine throne of Vatican. Besides sa pangarap kong maging (masebong) dugong-bughaw na prinsipe, pinangarap ko din na makamit ang trono ni Hesus sa lupa- ang maging Santo Padre.

I was born a Catholic, and raised in Catholic education and culture in my childhood. Only in my teenage years I chose a different spiritual path and was converted to another faith. Anyway, as a child, ever since Pope John Paul II visited the Philippines, I’ve often had wild dreams of becoming a Pope and ruling the hearts of peoples all over the world, an influence that transcends time, borders, cultures and nationality.

I’ve read how the Catholic Church has defied the temporal powers of the earth in order to protect its interests and its relentless battle against empires to establish its rule and supremacy. It’s the idea of having a stance of defiance against an imposing rival that makes me so drawn to the papacy.

I only abandoned the idea of grabbing the papacy because:

1. No sex- though in the past many popes have had hidden wives and a roster of courtesans. But theologically speaking, there’s no sex at all.

2. Too much to study- I have nothing against studying theology but we’re talking about a decade of study just to become a priest. Then a lifetime of waiting to become a bishop and so on and so forth.

Even though I’m of the Protestant persuasion, I admire the popes of the Catholic Church, especially those who were quite controversial, such as Pope Benedict XVI. I don’t like Pope Francis that much. But it’s the power-monger inside me that’s talking.

Ok, dear Catholic readers, I have nothing against your church. It’s me. My theology has changed. But in fairness ha, hate ko pa ang sarili kong church but I admire the hierarchy in yours.

This is what we call some holy random shit. Right?


4 comments:

  1. Nagulat ako ng una itong lumabas sa feed ko. Kala ko hot sexy story na. Haha

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  2. question lang po: So, Sir Trips, minsan sa buhay mo, pinangarap mo talagang maging pari? hehehe...

    Ayaw mo kay Pope Francis kasi he shows softness and humility??

    Antagal kong di nakapag-bloghop! haha..

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    1. 1. No. I didn't want the priesthood. I wanted to grab the papacy.

      2. Well, I liked the previous Pope because he's conservative in doctrine and in church policies. Not to mention his herculean powers he exerted in concealing the secrets of the Vatican. Yes, I am a power-mongering bitch. Hahaha!

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