6.02.2020

Christians Defending The Occult?

Christians Defending The Occult?



Pieter Bruegel the Elder - The Tower of Babel (Vienna)


Laura Ingraham was on FOX News complaining about University of Alabama professor Sarah Parcak providing detailed instructions for how to pull down the Washington Monument.

Ingraham claims to be a Christian. Since she is a Catholic I can understand why she is habituated to the occult nature of things like obelisks. The Catholic church loves such things and has been mixing paganism with Christianity since the time of Constantine. They have an uncanny knack for sneaking the occult into Christian worship. 

The Protestants are no better. The average Christian does not know the difference between "occult" and "cult" and thinks that they are the same thing. They have no interest in being aware of the tools that are used against them by the enemy. If they were to inform themselves about the occult they would see that they have been surrounded by it, which begs the question...can the very leaders of these churches possibly be ignorant? There are two possibilities, as I see it. They are indeed ignorant, in which case they have no business being Christian leaders. The only other alternative is that they know and they are silent making them wolves not shepherds.

There is an obelisk standing in St. Peters' Square in front of the Vatican:


St. Peter's Square and Basilica, 1909

To the Ancient Egyptians the obelisk was a representation of a ray of Aten, the sun. But it also represents the Phallus of Osiris. Osiris was cut into 14 pieces by Set and his phallus was cast into the Nile where it was eaten by a fish. Isis recovered all but the Phallus, so she made one out of stone.

That story was borrowed by the Egyptians from the legend of Nimrod and Semiramis and Nimrod's fall at "The Gate Of God." Perhaps some are familiar with the legend that God used Shem to destroy Nimrod at the apex of the Gate.

The obelisk in St. Peter's Square is from Heliopolis and is 4,000 years old. It was first erected in Rome just a few years after the crucifixion of Christ. The obelisk is encircled by two arcs of colonnade with the eight-point compass rose at its center. 

St. Peter's Square is a symbol of the conjugal joining of Osiris and Isis that produces Horus, Pharaoh.

St Peter's Square, Vatican City - April 2007 by Diliff (CC BY-SA 3.0)

The eight-pointed star was the symbol of the Mesopotamian deity Shamash. It is also associated with the goddesses Ishtar and Astarte from whom we derived modern Easter and which are alternate identities of Isis. These are also associated with the goddess Ashera mentioned no less than 39 times in the Old testament: 
2Ki 21:3 For he built again the high places which Hezekiah his father had destroyed; and he reared up altars for Baal, and made an Asherah, as did Ahab king of Israel, and worshipped all the host of heaven, and served them. ASV 1901
Some have called these pillars Baal's Shaft, because they were often  constructed atop altars built to worship Baal. Baal, alternately called Belus and Bel is also associated with Osiris and ultimately with Nimrod.

No Christian should shed a tear for the downfall of an occult obelisk. If the Christians were worth their salt they would have been the ones to tear those things down. Instead, they are completely ignorant of the nature of these things. The pastors of America have failed miserably. How can they be so blind (or is it a matter of collusion)?

It is very strange that it may be the Godless ANTIFA and not Christians who will end up destroying these anti-Christian objects while the self proclaimed Christians stand off to the side and cry about it. Today's Christians have no problem glorifying things that God hates.

But these objects are sanctioned by the largest "Christian" organization on earth, so they must be ok, right?

Good luck with that.

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