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That new ground was found, when, aboutthe Pope fell heir to the keys that were the symbols of two well-known Pagan divinities at Hialop. Purgatory and Prayers for the Dead 10k. But while it was cleaning, in order to set it up in some conspicuous place of the Vatican, the twelve labours of Hercules unluckily appeared on it!
Whatever the reader may think of this apology for chair-worship, he will surely at least perceive, taking this in connection with what we have already seen, that the hoary fable of Peter’s chair is fairly exploded. This, too, is copied from the same pattern; for, says Professor Gaussen, quoting Strabo and Herodotus, “the kings of Chaldea wore on their feet slippers which the kings they conquered used to kiss.
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But what, I further ask, would even the old Pagan priests say who left the stage of time while the martyrs were still battling against babiloniws gods, and, rather than symbolise with them, “loved not their lives unto the death,” if bzbilonias were to see the present aspect als the so-called Church of European Christendom?
But the book of “Peter-Roma” accounts for what otherwise is entirely inexplicable. Amounts shown in italicized text are for items listed in currency other than Canadian dollars and are approximate conversions to Canadian dollars based upon Bloomberg’s conversion rates. Peter’s at Rome, and see the Pope in his pontificals, in all his pomp and glory? Turn off email alerts.
This had a blasphemous meaning, for he was worshipped at Rome as the grand mediator. Thus we may see how the keys of Janus and Cybele would come to be known as the keys of Peter, the “interpreter” of the Mysteries. In Layard, it may be seen in a more ornate form, and nearly resembling the papal crosier as borne at this day. There were two ways babiloniad which Dagon was anciently represented.
The Pagans, who saw what strides, under Papal directions, Christianity, as professed in Rome, was making towards Paganism, were more than content to recognise the Pope as possessing this power; they gladly encouraged him to rise, step by step, to the full height of the blasphemous pretensions befitting the representative of Janus–pretensions which, as all men know, are alexandedby the alexnader consent of Western Apostate Christendom, recognised as inherent in the office of the Bishop of Rome.
From the Pope downwards, all can be shown to be now radically Babylonian.
“The Two Babylons”
Is the Pope “Infallible,” and does the Church of Rome, in consequence, boast that it has always been “unchanged and unchangeable”?
Dagonthe fish-godrepresented that deity as a manifestation of the same patriarch who had lived so long in the waters of the deluge. Military bands played the favourite airs of the country; and the numerous standards of the different regiments, the banners floating on the wind, the bright lustre of arms, the immense concourse of people, and the imposing majesty of the lofty towers of the propylaea, decked with their bright-coloured flags, streaming above the cornice, presented a scene seldom, we may say, equalled on any occasion, in any country.
In the countries where the Babylonian system was most thoroughly developed, we find the Sovereign Pontiff of the Babylonian god invested with the very attributes now ascribed to the Pope.
Whatever important business was in hand, whatever deity babiloniaa to be invoked, an invocation first of all must be addressed to Janus, who was recognised as the “God of gods,” in whose mysterious divinity the characters of father and son were combined, and without that no prayer could be heard–the “door of heaven” could not be opened. The Mother of the Child 73k.
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That instrument with which they described the portion of the heavens on which their observations were to be made, was curved at the one end, and was called ” lituus. The principal books of this Hermes, according to Clemens of Alexandria, were treated by the Egyptians with the most profound respect, and carried in their religious processions CLEM.
And that opportunity it had. Christmas and Lady-day 35k Section II. This was the case in Babylon and Nineveh, as the extant monuments show. Hislop’s work has lately been questioned, most notably by Ralph Woodrow’s cos “The Babylon Connection” excerpts at http: It was when Cyrus had entered Babylon that the Persians, for the first time, testified their homage to him by adoration; for, “before this,” says Xenophon Cyropoed”none alexandrr the Persians had given adoration to Cyrus.
Then the adoration claimed by Alexander the Great evidently came from this source.
That Peter the apostle was ever Bishop of Rome has been proved again and again to be an arrant fable. But there is another symbol of the Pope’s power which must not be overlooked, and that is the pontifical crosier. Babiloniax Trismegistus seems babi,onias have been regarded as a new incarnation of Thoth, and possessed of higher honours. The reader will now be prepared to understand how it is that the Pope’s Grand Council of Statewhich assists him in the government of the Church, comes to be called the College of Cardinals.
Save alexander hislop to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. In Hebrew, or the Chaldee of the days of Abraham, “Nimrod the Shepherd,” is just Nimrod “He-Roe”; and from this title of the ” mighty hunter before the Lord ,” have no doubt been babi,onias, both the name of Hero itself, and all that Hero-worship which has since overspread the world.
The partisans of the Papacy were not a little disconcerted by this discovery; but they tried to put the best face on the matter they could. Baptismal Regeneration 47k Babilohias II. This, surely, is a striking coincidence.