Following The Traditions of Men

Sunday, October 27th, 2013 by Gabriel Thy

Sadly god has nothing to do with religious symbols and in fact they do not represent Him. I will be more than glad to explain where the cross was copy edited into the book named after the sun goddess Biblio. In 100% of the 69 Pre-Constantine Koine Greek parchments we have these place holders for the Upright Pillar or “Upright One;” ΧΣ, ΧΥ, ΧΩ, or they wrote the Greek word for Upright Pole Straus however you now read cross and here is why. General Constantine claimed to have seen a sign in the sky,motivating him to aspire to the imperial throne. Thus dawns the Universal Era of church history. The vision the general claimed to have seen was a fiery cross superimposed in front of the sun. He attests to hearing a voice cry out: “In this sign, conquer.”

Crosses attached to or superimposed on circles were the most common Satanic symbols in pagan religions. The Egyptian Ankh, the Hindu Swastika, the Druid “Peace Sign,” and the Roman Chi Rho are all examples. The scientific symbol for “woman,” a circular sun with an external cross, was first used in Babylon to designate the “Mother of God.” The biological male designation, a circle with an arrow emanating from it, is also of Babylonian origin. It signified the sun, represented by the circle, sending a ray, represented by the arrow, out to Mother Earth, impregnating her at the Festival of Ishtar, celebrated on the Sunday nearest the Vernal Equinox (Todays’s Easter) True to the faith of Constantine, Catholics celebrate the Sun’s achievement each year on Easter Sunday, nine months before the Sun God’s nativity on December 25th.

“But you pierce Him and defile it with your boastful declarations. The table of My Upright One is defiled. His fruit is despised food.” (Mal’aky / Malachi 1:12)

The use of the pagan Cross is akin to Easter or Christmas to the Creator. According to Him His Names and Symbols were never to be copy edited and replaced by men and their reigious objects. After throwing out all the placeholders they did add one. Amen is what they added and that makes it either a name or a title in this case the only name it can be associated with is Amen Rah the Egyptian sun god and this means that at the end of most prayers performed by the religious they pay homage to Amen Rah.

“Surely the person who proclaims a message on behalf of a deity who oversteps their bounds to speak words in My name which I have not instructed nor directed him to speak , and who speaks in the name of other gods (‘elohym), indeed then that prophet shall die.” (Dabarym / Deuteronomy 18:20)

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