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Peternosaint
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2/14/2016 1:16:14 AM
Posted: 9 months ago
With the power and the killings by the Roman Church came the divisions in the same church. At one time there was a line of French Popes and a war that lasted some time to try to reinstate the papacy to Rome.

A papist is a Babylonian and Babylon means confusion, a good description for the use of its paganism into Christendoms churches.

Much of the power of the Catholic church did not come from its reliance on God but its reliance on the pagan Emperor of Babylon, Constantine. To obtain the assistance of Constantine's war machine the Catholic church accepted the fact that it would have to integrate many of the pagan rituals with its own dodgy dogma to attract the Pagans.

One such pagan ritual was the trinity to accommodate the SUN god of Babylon, thus Jesus, the SON of the creator was the replacement for this ritual.

The roots of Christmas are found, not in Scripture, but in ancient pagan festivals, such as the Roman Saturnalia, a celebration dedicated to Saturn, the god of agriculture. Likewise, according to their reckoning, devotees of the god Mithra celebrated December 25 as the "birthday of the invincible sun," says the New Catholic Encyclopedia. "Christmas originated at a time when the cult of the sun was particularly strong at Rome," about three centuries after the death of Christ.

It should be noted that at first the trinity was about to be doomed as a tenet for the Catholics as one Bishop refused to accept the ruling; however he finally capitulated and Constantine was happy.

The Trinity is taken on by breakaway religions and permeates the sects of Christendom.

Babylon was a most religious place. Evidence from excavations and from ancient texts points to the existence of more than 50 temples. The principal god of the imperial city was Marduk, called Merodach in the Bible. It has been suggested that Nimrod was deified as Marduk, but the opinions of scholars as to identifications of gods with specific humans vary. Triads of deities were also prominent in the Babylonian religion. One of these, made up of two gods and a goddess, was Sin (the moon-god), Shamash (the sun-god), and Ishtar; these were said to be the rulers of the zodiac. And still another triad was composed of the devils Labartu, Labasu, and Akhkhazu. Idolatry was everywhere in evidence. Babylon was indeed "a land of graven images," filthy "dungy idols.""Jer 50:1, 2, 38.

The Babylonians believed in the immortality of the human soul."The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by M. Jastrow, Jr., 1898, p. 556.

Most churches of Christendom have many saints or lesser gods that are displayed in effigy and worshiped by the congregations. These saints, were given their sainthood by the same people that gave us the pagan trinity.

Many say that they used these icons to help them concentrate on who they are praying to. The question arises, if they write to their mother do they have to have an idol of her so that they can concentrate?

Immortality of a soul is the mainstay of Christendom and is the reward and agony for many religions, even the Muslims believe in an after life but not before Muhammad arrived on the scene in about 600CE.

The Christian Bible says "Call no man father" Matthew 23:9 and yet the Catholic have the audacity to call the popes holy father and then all the lesser clergy as well.

This veneration of the clergy of most of Christendom's churches is also taken from the original Catholic creed.

When one adds up the pagan ritual of the catholic Church and the same rituals take on by other religions there is not much Christianity in any of them.