Babylonian Isis Worship in Catholicism





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Political and Religious Foundations of The U.S.A.

The Babylonian roots of Roman Catholicism.

Ancient pagan societies who ruled by the priestcraft of magic and sorcery had many pagan gods, but goddess worship such as ISIS in Egypt and DIANA of Greece was definitely one of their key goddesses, which later worked its way into the cult of Mary in Rome.

The worship of Mary was never taught by the apostles of Christ, yet Roman Catholicism teaches this pagan idolatry.

"The central fallacy of Mariolatry (also spelled Maryolatry) is that it assigns to Mary an unscriptural role of mediator between God and man. Within Catholicism, the 'Blessed Mother' is just one of many such go-betweens. However, the scriptures couldn't be any clearer on the subject of mediators between God and men. The apostle Paul exhorts the believers: 'For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;' (I Tim. 2:5); 'he is the mediator of the new testament." (Heb. 9:15). "Jesus the mediator of the new covenant," (Heb. 12:24); 'by himself purged our sins" (Heb. 1:3). Jesus Christ himself said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me." (John 14:6). Nowhere in the scriptures is there a single example of the disciples or the apostles praying to Mary or any other deceased saint. Jesus said, "I am the door of the sheep." And, "He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber." (John 10:1,7). (It is interesting to note that the text of the NAB, the official Bible of the Catholic church, acknowledges these facts, while the teachings of the Catholic church contradict its own Bible.)"

See Maryolatry

Concerning the U.S. Civil War:
The reason for the rebellion on the part of the South was the long-cherished purpose of Southern politicians and statesmen to establish a Southern Confederacy on the basis of human bondage. This principle was announced by Alexander H. Stephens, the Vice-President of the Southern Confederacy, in his infamous Cornerstone Speech of March 21st 1861 at Savannah, Georgia,

"Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite idea [of the equality of races]; its foundations are laid, its corner-stone rests, upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery—subordination to the superior race—is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first, in the history of the world, based upon this great physical, philosophical, and moral truth.... It is, indeed, in conformity with the ordinance of the Creator."
(Alexander H. Stephens in Public and Private, 1866, pp. 721,723)

Did the Roman Catholic church support the southern states' institution of slavery. In a letter to Thomas W. Thomas dated May 9th, 1855 Alexander H. Stephens professed,

"Catholics....as a church they have never warred against us or our peculiar institutions [slavery]. No man can say as much of New England Baptists, Presbyterians, or Methodists; the long roll of abolition petitions with which Congress has been so much excited and agitated for years past, come not from the Catholics...."
(Ibid, p. 464)

"Romanism encouraged the South because the corner-stone of the Southern Confederacy rested upon human slavery. How the colored people of the South or the North can forget this and unite with the Roman Catholic church is a mystery. It is the theory of Rome that the toilers should be kept in ignorance. Gentlemen for the palace and serf's for the field, is the spirit of Romanism, incarnated in every despotic government where its power is supreme. Louis Napoleon, the ally of Pius IX, expected to build up in Mexico a Roman Catholic kingdom, and unite it with the Southern States, and so establish a Latin Empire in the new world."
(Washington In The Lap of Rome, 1888, p. 121)

See also Idolatry of The Eucharist

and The Religious Views of Adolf Hitler

and 20th Century Atrocities of The Roman Catholic Church

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