The Trial of David Gatt: the Rite and the Dragon

Defence lawyer Joe Giglio had launched “broadside after broadside at the prosecution’s case against the defendant, dismantling the credibility of the prosecution’s star witness, Mario Portelli.” Giglio had said that Portelli had described Dr Gatt as having an imposing presence that sowed a psychological impression on him. He referred to when Mario Portelli had remembered “an incident where they had allegedly gone somewhere while drunk and Gatt had burned a holy picture, placed the ash in his hands and kissed him on the face.” Portelli had said that at that moment, he had “felt superior. I felt like him, that I was special and special to him.”

“‘It’s almost as if you’re reading the gospel’s account of Pentecost…’ observed the lawyer, as the magistrate quietly chuckled.”

Excuse me, but, are these lawyers aware of occult practice, rites and rituals? One does not have to go too far. All a man has to do is decide to be a mason, because today it is not only about being a man but it is about being a mason, and in order to be initiated in freemasonry, one has to undergo an initiation rite and ritual. The same applies each time a mason is initiated into a higher degree. If only the checkered floor and the walls of lodges can speak! Or, one can do some research about the Israeli flag and its hexagram symbol. Drawing a star like children do when they have to ‘connect the dots’ can be so fun.

Moreover, having been an ex-occultist myself, I can vouch to the readers that rites exist. And yes, one does feel possessed with special powers. You feel invincible. And yes, in rites, we used fire to burn paper and other stuff. A lot of the rites and rituals I was part of were done under the full moon. I will speak about this in the future. Obviously, I cannot vouch that Dr Gatt did this with Mario Portelli because I was not there. But to have defence lawyer Joe Giglio making fun of it and drawing similarities to the Gospel, for me, it is ridiculous and blasphemous. The Bible condemns rites, oaths, and any other esoteric practice which push us away from the presence of God Almighty. This applies even when rites are done jokingly. One cannot joke with the occult.

Then we had another incident. This is when Mario Portelli recalled when Dr Gatt had put a gun to his head while telling him: “You’ll soon hear enter the dragon.”

“When he put the gun to my head, I made David remove it and told him not to joke like that with me,” the witness said, adding that he didn’t quite understand what the accused meant when he mentioned the dragon. In another article, MaltaToday wrote that Mario Portelli had taken this statement to mean that he would rob a bank.

In Christianity, the dragon is a symbol of evil. In the Orient, it symbolizes supernatural power, wisdom, strength, and hidden knowledge. In most traditions, it is the embodiment of chaos and untamed nature.

In the Bible, we find “And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.” (Revelation 12:9)

So, if we assume that David Gatt did put the gun to Mario Portelli’s temple, my questions to David Gatt are as follows:

By any chance, were you calling upon supernatural powers?

By any chance, were you calling upon chaos, meaning, as Portelli had thought, that a bank was going to be robbed?

By any chance, were you summoning Satan?

Or do you happen to just be a fanatic of the Chinese zodiac?

David Gatt, you still have not replied to my question whether you practise the occult, magic of the Masonic Jewish Cabala which I have asked in another piece and you still have not answered the question whether you were a freemason when Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed, and thus, I am asking you again if you were summoning Satan when you said to Mario Portelli “Hear enter the dragon” while putting a gun to his temple!?

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