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Brother David I just might. Unfortunately it might be in the SSPX. I don't want to do it, because I am not sure if Archbiship Marcel Lefebvre was in real danger and need of consecrating those bishops, but to be honest they are the only ones who would accept my opinions regarding the relationship between Fatima, Apostasy in the faith, and the new mass. They also are the only ones who take the books of the late Fr. Malachi Martin seriously. I tried to look into switching rites so I could be a married eastern rite priest, that didn't work out, I even looked into converting to Orthodoxy (which I now know is wrong), so this is my next option. Thank you for the advice and take care.
You considered converting to Orthodoxy, but you now know it's wrong - and now you're considering joining a group which has separated itself from the Church, namely the SSPX? That doesn't make sense - presumably you wish to serve Christ in the one Church He founded, the Catholic Church; you don't like some of the abuses which some priest engage in during the liturgy and some other issues with individuals in the Church - well, let me tell you that the remedy for all that is not abandoning communion with Rome. If you think that the Church, the Body of Christ, is wounded by the actions of certain individuals, how is inflicting further injury by joining the SSPX going to improve anything?
One of my favourite writers about the liturgical changes after Vatican II is the late Michael Davies - he discusses in his books many aspects of the Ordinary Form which are different from the Extraordinary Form, the development of the liturgy, and numerous mis-translations from Latin with regard to the Ordinary Form of the Holy Mass. However, despite certain changes which Mr Davies saw as questionable or even time-bombs waiting to explode, he remained faithful to the Church - I guess it would have been so easy to join the SSPX. Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger paid tribute to Mr Davies' faithfulness to the Church:
...Ever since the Council he put all his energy into the service of the Faith and left us important publications especially on the sacred liturgy. Even though he suffered from the Church in many ways in his time, he always truly remained a man of the Church. He knew that the Lord founded His Church on the rock of Peter and that the Faith can find its fullness and maturity only in union with the successor of St. Peter. Therefore we can be confident that the Lord opened wide for him the gates of Heaven. We commend his soul to the Lord's mercy.
Don't forget too that the Extraordinary Form is not without its abuses either - only most of the people weren't aware of them since the priest was often praying inaudibly or speaking in a language that most couldn't readily follow. Don't think that the SSPX Masses are free from abuses - I know for a fact that, from a musical point of view, an SSPX church near me is not even following the rules that they have on their own website! Indeed the website of the SSPX can cause confusion among the faithful because it contradicts many of the Church's teachings - however, the Church, unlike the SSPX, has a guarantee from Christ Himself that it will be guided in the truth.
If you feel close to the ideals of the SSPX, then I suggest that you look into the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) instead. This fraternity is in full communion with Rome and celebrates the ceremonies of the Roman Rite according to the liturgical books of 1962.
You say you don't want to join the SSPX. Therefore my advice is simple - Don't! As others have suggested, please contact a vocations director, seek advice from a holy priest and maybe contact a fraternity such as the FSSP or the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest.