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Christian Iron Cross
Bacchus "The Devil"
Oldest church ever found
Dagon the fish-god
Shiite Muslim bloodletting
Conquistadors and other Christians
Saturn's black cube
Josephus on Jesus
Jesus not a carpenter
Christian phallic worship
King James: A Little History
The Holy Ark
Moses with Horns
Other Crucified Saviors
The Pope's yarmulke
Books not in the Bible
See You At The Pole
Keeping the Sabbath
Bethel (Phallic) Stone
Star of David
Nation of Islam
Stones of the Ten Commandments
Christian Hermeneutics
Grove Worship
Give Your Heart to Jesus
"Thy Rod and Thy Staff"
St. Peter vs. Jupiter
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1) Nazi Iron Cross

Adolf Hitler wears the Iron Cross

... and one hangs on a Nazi church.

The more we change, the more we stay the same.


And it gets worse ... American Christians copying their predecessors:

You can purchase your very own


Nazi Iron Cross at your local
Christian bookstore. Just think of how proud
the Fhrer would be!

This should explain the Nazi/Fascist mess that we're in today:

2)

Bacchus "The Devil"

One of the most ancient portraits from which modern


Christianity borrows, as its depiction of "the Devil."
footnote

Here are a few pictures of Bacchus, taken from various sources around the world:

... and he is now living at one of the largest Christian organizations in America:
Trinity Broadcasting Network in Orange County, California!

Bacchus is at home here on this monument in TBN's courtyard ...

Bacchus is not prejudiced ... he hangs out at


synagogues too!

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3) The absolutely oldest Christian church ever found ... unearthed in Israel.

The two fishes, of course, is the sign of PISCES ...

This explains a lot:

Christian churches all over the world recognize that


Christianity is a Piscean religion.

4) A second Christian use of the fish symbol originates with the worship of

Dagon, the Piscean fish-god.

The Pope (of course) represents Dagon, not Jesus:

The caption above reads: "Mesopotamian medicine men, clad in fish garb in homage to a water god, invoke
magic against demons who enfeebled a youth."

This whole story smells FISHY!


Footnote 1 | Footnote 2

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5) Here are some true believers showing their devotion:

This is the Shiite Muslim celebration of Ashoura. And YES, kids can get in
on the fun too! Footnote

6) And now, a history of early Christian conversion tactics.

"Don't worry, it was God's will!"

"Them Injuns had it coming !!!"

For more amazing background on the conversion tactics used by Christians,


click on the wolf below.

(Click on the picture above)


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7) Are you aware that the "black cube" represents different things to
different cultures? In Latin it refers to Saturn, and in Arabic cultures to Venus.

"The Black Cube of Saturn"

There is a whole occult story behind this symbol


that will amaze you!
Mecca in Saudia Arabia

Footnote 1: Islam Meteorite Worship


Footnote 2: Vedic History of pre-Islamic Mecca
Footnote 3: Saturn Black Cube

Interestingly, the ancient Hebrews also


used the black cube as a symbol for their God "Saturn."
Footnote

8) We are told that the first century Jewish historian Josephus wrote about
Jesus. He actually wrote about thirteen different Jesus':

We now know that this quote was added in the Middle Ages by the Church. No Orthodox Jew like Josephus
would penned these words!

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9) We are told that Jesus was a carpenter, but was he?


The idea that he was a carpenter depends on one single reference in
Mark's Gospel: "Is not this the carpenter the son of Mary?"
But the Greek word 'tekton' and the underlying Aramaic word 'naggara' does
not mean carpenter but more correctly translated "master builder
or stone mason."

10) Why do Christian churches, such as the Worldwide Church of God in


Pasadena, California, use phallic symbolism all over the place?

A few more, from


hundreds of examples ...

On a church is southern Italy.

On the outside of another church.

Interior corbel, church of SainteRadegonde, Poitiers (Vienne),


France

Footnote: "Lia Fail Stone"

While we're on the subject, here are more examples of Phallic Worship in all of our
favorite religions: Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism ... even in a prehistoric German cave. "The
more we change, the more we stay the same."

Shiva's phallic (India)

Another example of
Shiva's phallic.
The Dead Sea Scrolls museum in Israel.

All church steeples are in fact phallic symbols.


The one above is a clear example.
Footnotes:
1) Christian Phallic Worship
Church Phallic Steeples: 2) Links 3) Images
4) Sexual Symbols in Churches

11) King James: A Little History

Some interesting history regarding


King James

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12) The concept of a "Holy Ark" ... which religion had it first?
or the ancient Egyptians

Was it the Hebrews ...

Hebrew Ark

Egyptian Ark

Hebrew Ark

Egyptian Ark

Egyptian Ark

Egyptian Ark

What the Bible Dictionaries say:

Source: The Woman's Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects by Barbara Walker

This is why in the movies, Indiana Jones finds the Holy Ark in EGYPT,
and not the so-called "Holy Land" of Israel.

13) Why is Moses depicted as having horns?

Statue of Moses at the Vatican

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14) How many ancient religions had saviors dying on a cross?

Savior-God on Cross (Aztec)

Quetzalcoatl (Aztec)

The zoomorphic form of the Codex Borgianus,


from 15th-century Mexico. It represents the
'Crucified Saviour of the New World.' The
Spanish monks who first went to Mexico were
surprised to find the crucifix there and
discovered it to be a representation of the death
of Quetzalcoatl.

Quetzalcoatl (Aztec)

Hesus (Druid) - three different depictions

"Crucifixion in Space"
(from Moore's Hindu Pantheon)

Krishna (Hindu)

Dionysus - Sion Christ

Dionysus (Greco-Roman)

Dionysus Resurrected

Ixion (Greek)

15) Why does the Pope wear a yarmulke? Who had it first?

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16) Books that are mentioned in the Bible, but which are not in the
Bible themselves.

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17.

Here we see Christians gathering in cirles around poles ...

In the Nazi religion, they also liked to gather 'round the pole:

... but young people gathering around a pole is an ancient pagan ritual, a
fact which seems to be lost on the "Christian" community.

The Pole of Min


In the Egyptian:

Ancient Greek:

So this September, we hope to see all Christians at


the Pole ... of Min ... which represents the phallus of a pagan Egyptian god.
( We're all going! )

See You At The Pole!

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18) The Holy Sabbath is actually the worship of the planet Saturn. If you
"keep the Sabbath," then you are carrying on the ancient worship of this pagan
god. That is why he is worshipped on Saturn's Day -- which today we
call "Saturday."

Here is a brief explanation of this point:

Saturn
Hebrew Name: Shabbatai
Hebrew Meaning: The "Sabbatic" from the Hebrew meaning "to cease."
Hebrew Theme: Cease, rest.
Saturn, with its huge rings, seven of them, was known in Talmudic Hebrew literature as a representation of
the Shabbat (Sabbath). It earned this reputation because of its prolonged orbit around the Sun.
The planetary body Saturn, in the Hebrew language called Shabbatai
y)tb#$comes
from the three-letter Hebrew word Shabbattb#$. Shabbat, of course, refers to the seventh day of the week
in Jewish reckoning, Shabbatai
was the seventh planetary body known to the ancient
Jews. Seven is a special number of rest and is addressed in Jewish numerology.
In the Tanakh
(Bible), the heavenly body Saturn is referred to by the prophet Amos
(5:26). Apparently the Babylonians named a god after Saturn and called it Chiun
. Because
this Babylonian god of stone was embraced by some of the Jews of the day, the One true G-d of their
Fathers visited His anger upon them.
In Jewish commentaries, the legendary name given to the antichrist is Armilus.
This Armilus will deceive the whole world into believing he is God and will reign over the whole
world. He will come with ten kings and together they will fight over Jerusalem...Armilus will banish
Israel 'to the wilderness' and it will be a time of unprecedented distress for Israel; there will be
increasing famine, and the Gentiles will expel the Jews from their lands, and they will hide in caves
and towers...God will war against the host of Armilus...and there will be a great deliverance for
Israel and the kingdom of Heaven will spread over all the earth." (Encyclopedia Judaica)
"Other references further describe Armilus as arising from the Roman empire, having miraculous powers, and
being born to a stone statue of a virgin (which is why he is called "the son of stone"). It is also interesting that he
makes this statue "the chief of all idolatry" with the result that "all the Gentiles will bow down to her, burn
incense and pour out libations to her."
(In Search of Temple Treasures, Randall Price)
Later, some rabbis in the middle ages interpreted the position and movement of both planetary
bodies Shabbatai
and Tzedeq
(Jupiter) as a sign of imminent
Messianic redemption.
(Signs in the Heavens, Avi Ben Mordechai)

A very successful and well-known rock group called


"Black Sabbath." The name is appropriate, because the
Sabbath is the celebration of Saturn, whose
symbolic color in the ancient world was always
black.

For a thorough background on the planet Saturn and the ancient mythologies surrounding it,
one must go to Kronia.com.
Reference: The Sabbath Planet
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19) Bethel Stone. In the Old Testament Book of Genesis, chapter 28, we read
that the prophet Jacob fell asleep and used a stone as a pillow. We are told that
God gave Jacob a vivid dream, and when Jacob awoke he declared that this
stone represented the God of Israel, and called the stone "Beth-El," meaning
"God's House." This stone became the symbol for the God of Israel.

Upon closer examination, however, we discover that there is more to the story
and the symbol ... as you will see below.
GENESIS 28

ENLARGED

Now here's the part they didn't tell you in Sunday School: upon closer
examination, we discover that it was a phallic stone onto which the oil was
being poured. This was a very ancient sexual ritual practiced by pagans of
the ancient world.

In INDIA ...

HINDUS annointing the phallic:

CHRISTIAN PRIEST
annointing the phallic:

One reference work has this to say on the subject:

Jordan Maxwell highly recommends this book.

Journey from
Eden
by Kevin James Aaron
Cathedral Publications
PO Box 888
Cathedral City, CA 92234
ISBN # 0-9621490-0-4

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20) The symbol we call the "Star of David" is in fact an ancient symbol of the pagan star
god Saturn.
Saturn-worship is still practiced today, but not recognized as such.

Old-Testament book "Amos" 5:26

New Testament book "Acts" 7:43

Old-Testament book "Amos" 5:26

New Testament book "Acts" 7:43

Further reference on Remphan/Chiun = Saturn:

Footnotes
Google: Chiun Star God . |. Google: Remphan Chiun Star

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21) How many people know that the Nation of Islam was not founded by an
African-American, but by a Jewish man?

Master Fard Muhammed


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22)

In the Old Testament book of Exodus, we are told about Moses receiving
the Ten Commandments, which were written on two stones.

However, research reveals that the Ten Commandments were not written in
the way that we have been led to believe.
Below is a comment from a Bible reference work:

Christianity and Judaism have both portrayed the Ten Commandments as


large elongated stone tablets, as shown below.

Above: modern-day depictions in Judaism.

Here is a famous painting of Moses with the


Ten Commandments of God, which again are portrayed
as elongated stones ...
However, the original model for the idea of elongated
stones had nothing to do with Judaism at all. It was
borrowed from a symbol used by the Pharaohs of
Egypt ... as you will see below.

Above is just one problem with the story of the stones of


the Ten Commandments. There is a far more contoversial one which you
have never heard, which will be presented here soon.

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23)

Where do Christians
get their term "Hermeneutics?"

Do Christians know that Hermeneutics is a branch of metaphysics,


and that it is named after a pagan Greek god?

The Greek god Hermes

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24)

Let's look at the ancient pagan practice of grove worship.

The now-famous worship at Bohemian Grove.

Christianity today is still overflowing with the remnants of pagan grove worship.
Here are just a few of countless hundreds of examples of grove worship in modern
"Christian churches."

There's more yet ...

Footnotes:
1) Grove Worship
2) Phallic Grove

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25) In Christianity, we are told to "give our heart to the Lord." Where did this
idea come from?

... the more we change, the more we stay the same. "There is nothing new
under the sun."

Personally, I think the Aztecs had it right. They would rather give
someone else's heart to the Lord!

"Thank you for your heart,


but I already have one ... see?"

26) Psalms 23:4 "Thy rod and thy staff."


This is one of the most famous quotes in the Bible, and yet ... how many know
that it refers to Pharoah of Egypt, and not Jesus?

First of all, we need to understand that the staff is a shepherd's staff, as


seen below:

... and the rod is the Rod of Discipline:

All reference books on Egypt will tell you that Pharoah


was referred to as
"The Good Shepherd,"
who ruled with a Rod of Iron.

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27) The statue of "St. Peter" at the Vatican is actually the pagan god
Jupiter. Catholics travel from all over the world to kiss his feet.

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