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August 2014

august_2014_coverMED Has idolatry, the worship of statues, ceased in the Catholic Church? Remember, within the first four of the Ten Commandments is the commandment NOT to commit idolatry, but the Catholic Church conveniently left it out and divided the Tenth Commandment into two parts to make it ten. The Second Council of Nicaea stated: “The Christians should not only serve and honor images, but adore and worship them” (Religion in America, p. 50, Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1968).

All pagan religions worship and bow to idols. Members of the Catholic Church say they are dealing with dead “saints.” In reality, they are worshipping the same pagan gods and goddesses of the occultists. After much research, historian Will Durant wrote: “Paganism survived…in the form of ancient rites and customs condoned, or accepted AND , by an often indulgent [Catholic] Church. And intimate and trustful worship of ; the Roman Lupercalia and the feast of purification of Isis became the Feast of the Nativity; the Saturnalia [and Brumalia - worship of Saturn as a god] were replaced by Christmas celebration…an ancient festival of the dead [was replaced] by All Souls Day, rededicated to Christian heroes; incense, lights, flowers, processions, vestments, hymns which had pleased the people in older cults were domesticated and cleansed in the ritual of the [Catholic] Church…soon people and priests would use the sign of the cross as a magic incantation to expel or drive away demons.”

“The Virgin [Mary] was given the title Queen of Heaven and is depicted wearing a blue robe decorated with stars and standing on a crescent

moon. This image is almost identical to pagan representations of the Goddess of Love, Ishtar, who was worshipped by the Babylonians. The statues of the Madonna holding the infant Jesus in her arms, which were erected in Catholic churches, are almost exact copies of the effigies of Isis suckling her baby Horus, found in Egyptian’s temples” (Michael Howard, The Occult Conspiracy: The Power of Secret Societies in World History [NY, NY: MFJ Books, 1989], p. 22).

Other proof of the PAGANISM of the Roman Catholic Church is: “Pagan gods were made Christian saints. A few examples are: Tammuz, the Hebrew form of the Accadian Tamzi, the sun god, and Dum-zi, became St. Thomas the Doubter.

From this tidbit of information, we can understand that the Catholic Church NEVER HAS BEEN CHRISTIAN.

NOTE: The Catholic inner, esoteric trinity is Father, Mother, Child. Which means they must elevate the female to the point of deity. Hence Mary being worshipped and Catholics having to go through Mary to get to Jesus.

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