Who Is The Roman Catholic Church Really Worshiping?

This study will reveal the meaning of the symbols, statues and attire used by the Pope and priests, as they reveal what the Papal Church is really worshiping.

For thousands of years Pagan religions have used symbols to show which gods they worshiped.  These symbols were declared openly in Egypt, Babylon, Rome and other cultures.

These symbols are still used today, but their true meanings are hidden.

Most people typically don’t notice the symbol or they have a positive impression of it.

The enlightened understand the meaning behind the symbols, and they use them to communicate with others.

Leaders of a Christian Church should not have anything to do with the symbols of pagan gods.

For what fellowship has righteousness with lawlessness? And what communion has light with darkness? And what agreement has the temple of God with idols? For you are the temple of the living God.” 2 Corinthians 6:14,16

If you’re Catholic, ask yourself why the leaders of the Roman Catholic Church are using all of these symbols of pagan gods.

The Zucchetti which is worn by Catholic priests, cardinals and the Pope, represents respect, fear and submission to Cybele, the Mother Goddess of Rome.

The Cap of CybeleThe Cap of Cybele is one of the oldest and most sacred pagan religious symbols of humanity, dating back to 2,000 B.C.

The skull cap was worn by the sun priests of Egypt.

It is a thin, slightly rounded skullcap now commonly known by various titles including the Yarmulke (Jewish) and Kufi (Muslims).

The Roman Catholic Church calls it the Zucchetti.

Vatican Hill was the site of the largest ancient temple to Cybele.  Ashtoreth the goddess of fertility, sexuality and war; was known as Cybele in Rome.

The Bible warns against worshiping her, “Then the children of Israel again did evil in the sight of the LORD, and served the Baals and the Ashtoreths.” Judges 10:6

The Bible declares “For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 11:7

Ask yourself, why do Catholic priests, Bishops and the Pope, wear the Cap of Cybele?

The Mitre hat that is worn by Catholic priests, cardinals and the Pope, represents Dagon the Babylonian fish god.

The Mitre hat that is worn by Catholic priests, cardinals and the Pope, represents Dagon the Babylonian fish god.The ancient Babylonians worshiped Dagan, the god of agriculture, plenty (food) and good fortune.

The Babylonian priests wore a headdress that represented the worship of Cybele and Dagon. It featured an open-fish mouth on the head, with the rest of the fish body forming a cloak.

In the Roman Empire, it was worn by the head priest of Cybele (the Magna Mater) or the Great Queen Mother Goddess.

Today the Catholic Cardinals, Bishops and the Pope all wear the open fish-mouth mitre, which represents the worship of Cybele and Dagon.

The Mitre hat of Dagan is always worn over the Kippa of Ashtoreth/Cybele, as you can see in the picture of Pope Francis I.

God warned the Jews not to worship the gods of Babylon, ” I will pronounce My judgments on them concerning all their wickedness, whereby they have forsaken Me and have offered sacrifices to other gods, and worshiped the works of their own hands.” Jeremiah 1:16

Ask yourself, why do Catholic Cardinals, Bishops and the Pope, all wear the mitre of Dagan?

The Obelisk in St. Peter’s Square represents the worship of the Sun god.

The Obelisk in St. Peter's Square represents the worship of the Son god.Obelisks were prominent in the architecture of the ancient Egyptians, who placed them at the entrance of a temple, marking it as a zone of sun worship.

They represent the Sun God Ra, the Egyptians’ greatest deity; the creator of humanity, the source of all heat and light, the being on which man was totally dependent.

The most well-known Egyptian obelisk was re-erected in 1586 A.D., in front of St. Peter’s Basilica. It is surrounded by a sun wheel, with the points lining up with the Vernal Equinox, the Summer Solstice and the Winter Solstice.

During the sunrise on the Vernal Equinox, the sun causes the obelisk to cast its shadow onto the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica, which represents the sexual union of the sun god and moon goddess.

Another Egyptian obelisk sits in front of the Pantheon of ancient Rome, which housed statues of their pagan gods. The obelisk was originally constructed by Pharaoh Ramses II for the Temple of Ra in Heliopolis. It was brought to Rome in ancient times where it was used near a shrine to the Egyptian god Isis.

The Pantheon was dedicated to pan theos, meaning “all the gods.” When it became a Roman Catholic Church, it was dedicated to the Virgin Mary and all the martyrs.

God’s 2nd commandment says, “You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God.” Exodus 20:4-5

Ask yourself, why does the Catholic Church venerate pagan monuments to the Sun god?

The six-sided star is the supreme symbol of Satanic tyranny.

satanic-pope-hexagramThe hexagram has been used by people such as the pagan Babylonians, Egyptians and Assyrians, to directly or indirectly worship Satan.

Helena Blavatsky wrote that “Lucifer is the true God“, and she incorporated the hexagram in the emblem of the Theosophical Society, which she founded in 1875.

Satanists, Luciferians, astrologers and witches use it to invoke the power of demons.

The six-sided star numerically equals 666 (6 points, 6 triangles, 6-sided hexagon).

Christians pass it off as the ‘Star of David‘ but the truth is that King David never used a star, so calling it a nice sounding name hides what it really represents. King Solomon used it in witchcraft, magic and idolatrous worship to Ashtoreth and to Moloch.

Stephen accused the Jewish leaders, “And you took up the tent of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, the figures which you made” “in order to worship them.” Acts 7:43

Ask yourself, why does the Catholic Church use the Satanic six-sided star?

The eight-pointed star represents the pagan goddess Ishtar, the lightbringer.

eight-pointed-star-vaticanIn Babylonian symbolism, the goddess Ishtar is represented by an eight-pointed starburst, and she is associated with the planet of Venus.

Ishtar was the Babylonian High-Mother-Goddess, the goddess of fertility, love and war. Her cult was the most important one in ancient Babylon.

An eight-point star enclosed within a circle is the symbol for the sun god, as it’s points represent the solstices and equinoxes.

The “Babylonian star-cult is the core and the archetype of subsequent astrology.”

At the center of St. Peter’s Basilica, the Pope sits in the middle of eight 8-sided stars.

Ask yourself, why does the Catholic Church use the eight-pointed star of Ishtar?

The Maltese Cross represents Shamash, the god of the Sun and Justice.

maltese-cross-sun-godIn the image, an ancient Assyrian king is wearing a cross on his chest, just like the one seen on the Pope’s robe.

Shamash (Akkadian Šamaš “Sun”), was a native Mesopotamian deity and the sun god in the Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian pantheons.

Shamash was the god of justice in Babylonia and Assyria, corresponding to Sumerian Utu.

This cross was identified with a Sun god eight centuries before Christ and long before it was called the Maltese Cross by the Knights of Malta.

It’s also called the Iron Cross. Roman Catholic Adolph Hitler renewed use of the Iron Cross in 1939 and superimposed the Nazi swastika in its center.

Ask yourself, why does the Pope wear the cross of Shamash the Sun god?

Pine cones symbolize the worship of the solar god Osiris.

Pine cones represents the spiritual enlightenment of pagan gods on Pope StaffPine cones are associated with spiritual enlightenment by ancient Babylonians, Egyptians and Greeks.  They represent the mysterious link between the physical and the spiritual worlds, which can be found in the human brain, in the pineal gland.

The pine cone staff is a symbol of the solar god Osiris and originated in Egypt where he was their messiah who died for his people and whose Mother, Isis, was worshiped as the Virgin Mother.

The Vatican also has the world’s largest pine cone that once decorated a fountain in ancient Rome next to a vast Temple of Isis.

At the Old St. Peter’s Basilica, it was dedicated to Attis, son and lover of Cybele.  The Catholic Church then relocated it to what’s now called the Vatican Court of the Pigna.

Ask yourself, why do Popes use pine cones which symbolize the solar god Osiris?

Revelation 13 says that Satan the dragon gives authority to the antichrist beast.

The Bible calls Satan the great dragon, who deceives the world.

So the great dragon was cast out, that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan, who deceives the whole world; he was cast to the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.” Revelation 12:9

Revelation 13 tells us that antichrist beast is empowered by the dragon to deceive the world.

So they worshiped the dragon who gave authority to the beast; and they worshiped the beast, saying, “Who is like the beast? Who is able to make war with him?” Revelation 13:3

Revelation 13 says that Satan the dragon gives authority to the antichrist beast, yet there's many dragons at the Vatican

Ask yourself, why does the Catholic Church use images of the dragon which represents Satan?

Friend, it’s obvious that the Roman Catholic Church is worshiping other gods, which is forbidden by the Bible.

God’s 1st commandment says “You shall have no other gods before Me.” Exodus 20:3

The Roman Catholic Church and the Pope have fulfilled many Bible prophecies, as the antichrist beast of Revelation.

Read this study to learn the truth: What The Bible Says About The Roman Catholic Church

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obelisk

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_obelisks_in_Rome

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archbasilica_of_St._John_Lateran
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basilica_di_Santa_Maria_Maggiore
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigna_%28rione_of_Rome%29

http://www.whale.to/c/churches_ill.html#Zucchettos__

Maltese https://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/me/s/stela_of_shamshi-adad_v.aspx

All-seeing eye: http://www.whale.to/c/churches_ill.html#Maltese_Cross_

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Karl July 29, 2017 at 8:11 pm

Sorry, David. Looks like one of my links wasn’t liked. I fixed it and posted in 2 parts.

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Karl July 29, 2017 at 8:10 pm

Part 2:

So, let’s lay this out on a piece of 8×11 paper. We’ll use a conversion of 1.5 inches = 600 feet to keep it all on one page. Put the paper on its side and drawer a line all the way across the bottom, and mark off one-inch increments. Starting at the left, at the 1 inch mark, draw a vertical line 3-3/8 inches long. Now, at the 7-3/4 inch mark, draw another vertical line 1 inch long. Now, from the top of the long line at the 1 inch mark, draw an angled line down to the top of the shorter line at the 7-3/4 mark and then down through the horizontal line. That’s your problem.

The long line at the left of the page is the top of St Peter’s dome. The shorter line is the obelisk, and the intersection of the angled line with the horizontal line at approximately the 10-1/2 inch mark is where the sun would have to rise in order for the obelisk to cast a shadow onto St Peter’s dome.

Here’s a picture taken from the top of the dome looking at the obelisk and the square:

help-tourists-in-rome.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/St.-Peters-Square-seen-from-the-dome-of-St.-Peters-Basilica-in-Rome.jpg

(you’ll have to add the http:// at the front. this site won’t let me post with that included)

That shows the problem we just laid on the 8×11 paper. The sun would have to be at the entrance of the square at dawn on the spring equinox to cast the necessary shadow. Isn’t going to happen.

BTW, there’s a nifty simplistic formula for calculating how far away the horizon is from an object given that there’s nothing blocking line of sight. It’s most effective on flat plains or when standing on the coast looking out to sea, but not all that effective inland given hills and such. The formula is

Horizon = Square root (height/0.5736)
Where horizon is in miles and height is in feet above the ground. For example, a 6-foot-tall man can see a little over 3 miles to the horizon. A 134-foot-tall obelisk can “see” 15 miles to the horizon, and a 453-foot-tall dome can “see” 39 miles to the horizon. And that’s really your problem. The dome of St Peter’s would have to be 24 miles (39-15=24) away from the obelisk for the sun to cause the obelisk to cast a shadow high enough to cover the dome.

Truth: this formula is a bit simplistic. It doesn’t account for curvature of the Earth, atmospheric distortion, and that Earth’s gravity can bend light so that you can actually see the horizon further away. Some estimates are that the formula is off as much as 20%. But even at that error, the distances would be much larger than the actual separation between the obelisk and the dome.

But perhaps you only meant that the shadow has to touch the bottom of the dome? How tall a shadow could the obelisk cast on St Peter’s? Given the above dimensions, and the 15 miles to the horizon, and assuming a flat plain with no mountains between the obelisk and the horizon (not even close), the tallest shadow would be a whopping 136 feet. Even adding 20% only gets you to 163 feet. That might get you part way up the front façade of the basilica, but not even that given the terrain to the east.

Ever hear of a sun dial?

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David July 30, 2017 at 1:35 am

That’s some interesting information Karl. Even if the shadow of Baal’s shaft never falls on the dome; the symbolism is there.

Can you explain to me why the Popes choose to have an Egyptian Obelisk, which represents the sun god, in the middle of St. Peter’s Square? In Egypt, Obelisks were placed in front of temples that were designated as temple of sun worship. So t designates St. Peter’s Basilica as a sun temple, and when you go inside, what do you see? A large sun symbol!

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Karl July 30, 2017 at 6:58 pm

It’s not that easy, David. You asserted that the shadow falls on the dome. How can there be “symbolism” if that can’t happen?

But now it’s Baal? I thought the assertion was Ra, or on another page, Nimrod?

Neither the pope or the designer of St Peter’s Square brought the obelisk over from Egypt. It was already in Rome, and it was probably used as a cheaper alternative to transporting an alternative to the site.

But the cross on top is a cool symbol: the victory of the Son over the silly sun god, whatever name you want to give it.

I believe it’s the only known Egyptian obelisk with no hieroglyphics on it.

The sun has been used as a symbol for the Son of God since early Christianity. It has no more meaning in regards to sun worship than my wife’s garden gnome “symbolizes” she believes in fairy creatures.

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David July 31, 2017 at 2:34 am

Yes, that’s what I asserted, and I don’t trust your supposed evidence proves it wrong. Baal’s shaft represented the sun god. In Egypt, where the obelisk was made, the sun god’s name is Ra. Try looking up the word Baal in your Bible.

It’s interesting that you think that it’s okay to have a sun god symbol at the Vatican. In the middle of a sun wheel.

The cross on top of the obelisk is ultimately for Tammuz, the incarnate sun god of Babylon; and of the Roman Catholic Church; which in the Bible is called Mystery, Babylon the Great. . Your bishops and cardinals wear purple and scarlet, just like Revelation 17 says that it would. Your Pope/priests use a golden cup, just like Revelation 17 says that it would

The T on the Eucharist wafer is for Tammuz too, as he is what is symbolically born out of the Satanic Eucharist ceremony, where the Pope/priest is clearly revering a round wafer, which represents the sun god. Then he puts the round sun god wafer into the Monstrance, on a crescent moon holder; which represents the moon goddess; and their symbolic sexual union; which symbolically produces Tammuz, their Christ.

Your sick church does this every day, in every church around the world, and it is blasphemous!

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Karl July 31, 2017 at 8:18 am

Gotta go to work for the week so I’ll get back to you next weekend.

You don’t trust geometry? That’s what I used to disprove your shadows on the dome. If I’m wrong, use geometry to prove that. Either I’m correct or you are. It’s that simple.

And this “+” is a funny looking “T.” But like like I said, I’ll get back with you.

Have a great week!

Karl July 29, 2017 at 8:07 pm

Part 1:

The accusation is:

“During the sunrise on the Vernal Equinox, the sun causes the obelisk to cast its shadow onto the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica, which represents the sexual union of the sun god and moon goddess

Wow, that positively…scandalous! At least, if there was any truth to it.

The claim that at the spring (vernal) equinox the obelisk in the square at St Peter’s casts a shadow on the dome of St Peter’s Basilica at dawn. That’s not possible, and I’ll tell you why.

The sun can’t cause an object to cast a shadow until it breaks over the horizon. It can illuminate the sky, but can’t cast a shadow. At the point where the sun breaks over the horizon is when an object can cast its “largest” shadow. As the sun continues to rise in the sky, the angle of its rays starts to point down at the object casting the shadow. The problem is this: are the dome and obelisk, given their relative heights, at the proper distance from the horizon and each other to create the shadow you claim is cast?

First off, let’s look at some actual dimensions. The obelisk in the center of the square (well, it’s an oval) is 134 feet tall. The top of the dome of the basilica is 453 feet tall. The distance from the obelisk to the point beneath the center of the dome is about 900 feet.

You can do a web search and find some of these numbers but you may have to do some math to get the distance between the dome and obelisk. I recommend this site to get that distance:

http://www.mmdtkw.org/RenRom0615-VaticanMap.jpg

Just use the scale in the upper left corner and a ruler.

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David July 31, 2017 at 1:58 pm

Here’s a link to a picture that is taken from St Peter’s Basilica, looking toward the obelisk and the rising sun. It seems pretty clear that when the sun comes over the horizon, that it can hit the top of the obelisk and cast a shadow onto the dome. http://romancatholicbeliefs.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/321-1225.jpg

This image shows that the street leading up to the obelisk and St. Peter’s Basilica, is in perfect alignment with the rising sun of the equinox. http://romancatholicbeliefs.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/church3.gif

Even if the shadow of the obelisk can’t hit the dome, there is no mistaking the Egyptian phallic symbol in St. Peter’s Square, in the middle of a sun wheel.

Here’s a Bible study about how the Pope of Rome fulfills Bible prophecy as the antichrist beast of Revelation. http://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/the-antichrist-sea-beast-of-revelation-13-is-the-popes-of-the-roman-catholic-church/

Here’s a Bible study about how the Pope of Rome fulfills Bible prophecy as the The Little Horn Of Daniel 7 http://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/the-little-horn-of-daniel-7/

Here’s a Bible study about how the Pope of Rome fulfills Bible prophecy as the Son Of Perdition Of 2 Thessalonians 2 http://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/the-son-of-perdition-of-2-thessalonians-2/

Here’s a Bible study about how the Roman Catholic Church is an apostate church, and not part of the true church, the true temple of God. http://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/measuring-the-temple-of-revelation-11/

Here’s a Bible study about how the Roman Catholic Church fulfills Bible prophecy as the harlot church, called ‘Mystery, Babylon the Great’, as she is dressed in purple and scarlet, and has a golden cup of abominations (the Eucharist ceremony cup) http://revelationtimelinedecoded.com/revelation-17-the-harlot-roman-catholic-church/

You simply have no ground to stand on, for you are defending the antichrist, and the church of the antichrist.

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