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The Truth of 3000 Years in One Article


The story began 3000 years ago, before the founding of what is called today “Rome”. There was a nation called the “Etruscans”, who settled in central Italy. They worshiped the goddess of death “Vatika”, as the goddess guardian of the dead, as well as their worship of the god of sun who was symbolized with the shape of a phallus with a sun at its top; which stands for the strength, fertility and sex.
The Etruscans expanded over large areas of the Mediterranean, and they were distinguished by the way they bury their dead in tombs that has the phallic shape, where you find a vertical structure surmounted by a dome, just as the dome shape of all the religious temples at the present time, the Etruscans called this pagan place “the cemetery hill”.
The Etruscans worshiped “Vatika”, the goddess of the underworld and death. One of her duties was to keep a watching eye and take care of those who had passed away, (perhaps wetting their tongues with her finger in case they were thirsty). Till this day, you can find the picture of this Vatika, with a halo around her head while holding a snake, in the Vatican which was named after her.
The cemetery hill was also called “the Mount of Prophecy”, because the name Vatika carries another meaning, which is the bad grapes that grew with the grass in their area. They called the bad grapes and grass “Vatika”, because they experienced hallucinations whenever they ate them. The word “hallucinations” was passed into Latin as a synonym for the “holy vision or prophecy”. This is the meaning of the name “Vatican” today, which was built later in this very pagan region.
As for Rome, its name, according to legends, goes back to one of the two sons of Mars (the god of war) who had two sons Romulus and Remus; Rome was named after Romulus. The two boys had suckled, as children, from the udder of a female wolf which has the symbol of “M” or “W”.
In the period before the birth of Christ, the Roman Empire began to expand, taking control of all the countries of the Mediterranean, Europe, North Africa and Western Asia, thus both the Western Roman Empire and the Eastern Roman Empire, which is also called the Byzantine, were formed.

1- The Roman Empire in the Antiquity:
The LORD Jesus Christ came during the time of the spreading of the Roman Empire, and as we know, the crucifixion took place at the hands of the Romans. Since the spread of Christianity, its greatest and fiercest enemy has been Rome. The Romans mastered the torture of Christians, from arresting and flogging to flaying, starting with killing the apostolic saints Paul and Peter, up to the thousands of martyrs who died in the most heinous way of deaths by stoning, burning and crucifying, at the hands of the devilish Romans 2000 years ago. Saint James was killed by the sword (Acts 12:2), and John, known as “the Beloved”, was exiled to the island of Patmos after he was boiled with oil, as it is said.
The Roman emperors hatred of Christians had reached the point where Nero had burned Rome and accused Christians of doing it, in order to use this as a pretext to burn the Christians, men and women, alive; they used to cover the bodies of Christians with tar and oil then lit them at night on the Roman amphitheatres, so that the Roman audience could enjoy seeing Christians being burned to death.
Throughout the ages, the frequency of persecution Christians has increased in severity, and whenever a new emperor came to power, he became more skilled in torturing Christians; more than his predecessor. The persecution did not stop at the disciples of the LORD Jesus Christ, but they also came after the disciples of the disciples; in (Acts 17) Dionysius the Areopagite, who was discipled by Paul the Apostle, was martyred during the reign of Emperor Domitian in 81 AD.
In the second century AD, the Emperor Marcus Aurelius came to power. He considered Christianity as heresies and dissents and for that its followers should be eradicated, so he filled the streets with the bodies of Christians, and among his victims was the disciple of John the Beloved, Saint Polycarp the Martyr; the bishop of Izmir. Christians in the era of this butcher used to pray in catacombs, and in his time there was a common saying among Christians (persecution above the ground and prayer underground). The catacombs spread in Rome, Alexandria, Nablus, Sicily, Africa, and Asia Minor.
The Romans built the “Colosseum”, the famous Roman amphitheater, in which the Roman audience rallied to enjoy seeing Christians being killed. One of the most ferocious Roman sadism was the idea of feeding Christians and their children to hungry lions.
The situation continued until the third century AD. In the year 257 AD, Valerian the tyrant took over the empire, and he beheaded whoever testified of Christ. He exiled and tortured the bishops of the churches (the angels of the churches as mentioned by the LORD in the Book of Revelation) (who were later called “Popes”); as the bishop of Alexandria Dionysius was exiled to Libyan Desert in the year 257 during the reign of the tyrant Valerian. Also in the year 274 AD, Aurelian took the power and issued a decree to kill Christians and one of his victims was the bishop of Rome, Felix.
Important note: Not even ten articles will be enough to cover the massacres committed against Christians, as no human being or religion in the whole world has been persecuted the way the followers of the LORD Jesus Christ have been, from 2000 years until this moment.
They continued to kill our ancestors until Rome was tired and got divided into two parts: Western and Eastern Rome. Then, Rome began to collapse as Christianity was growing stronger and the number of its followers was increasing. Until 313 AD, when the Emperor Constantine the First, with his military ingenuity and wisdom, decided to make the regressive Roman Empire embrace the Christian faith, hoping that with its spread it could lift Rome out from collapse and unite it again; as Christianity was spreading like wildfire despite the dreadful persecution for nearly 300 years. Constantine the First issued a decree to stop the persecution of Christians, and decided to interfere with the Christian faith by leading the so-called “Ecumenical Church Councils” and he indeed led the First Council of Nicaea in the year 325 AD. This made the church describe both Constantine and his mother as “equal to the apostles”, but in fact, Constantine the First lived and died as a pagan; his currency and statues still bear witness to his paganism. Although the churches claim that Constantine converted to Christianity on his deathbed, this does not negate that he attended the first church councils while he was a pagan.
And here the Roman emperors began to try to win over as many bishops as they could by buying them with gifts and palaces so that they could introduce the Roman paganism into the Christianity; in order to prepare it, so that they could persuade the pagan Romans to embrace the religion.
This is where Satan’s work began skillfully instead of the bloody persecution, as the Roman devil ostensibly embraced the Christian faith while maintaining paganism, and continued to persecute Christians, but now unfortunately under the flag of the cross, and started to kill Christians on the pretext that they were heretics and he represented the “Apostolic Church”. And here, the apostles’ murderers took control over the Holy See, and the Roman Empire’s conversion to Christianity was a dagger that stabbed Christianity’s side.
By the beginning of the fourth century, the entire Roman Empire, from west to east, became Christian. Did the adulterous city, which got drunk from the blood of the saints, truly repent?
We will find the answer in the Council of Chalcedon, which was presided over by King Marcian and Queen Pulcheria, as they brought the bishops with the aim of defining Christian doctrines; such as the divinity and humanity of Christ. The emperors, who shed the blood of the First Church, started to intervene at the core of the Church in order to introduce their idols and worship to it. When the Bishop of Alexandria, Dioscorus, stood in their faces asking them not to interfere in the affairs of the church, the queen slapped him and the soldiers beat him pulling out two of his molars, and plucking his beard; he carried his teeth and hair along with him to his exile.
And that’s where the emperors started banishing, killing, threatening and torturing whoever stood up to them on charges of heresy, while they kept those who accepted to participate with them in baptizing the idols; they kept in the churches the symbol of the god of sun, on the pretext that it belongs to Christ, continued to prostrate to idols and preserved the bones of the dead, claiming it is a way to honor the saints. They also violate the second commandment, keeping the Sabbath day holy, by making “Sun-day” the holy day of Christians; as it is the holy day of “the Sun” for the Romans. Moreover, they started to build the churches with the ancient pagan Etruscan domes, which is hated in the Holy Bible. The era of sceptres, papal chairs and the opulence of bishops appointed by the emperors, who helped them find verses from the Holy Bible which support the introduction of pagan additions to the Christian faith, has begun.
And here appeared the so-called an “Eastern Orthodox Church” and a “Western Catholic Church”, as “catholic” means: universal; gathering the religions and gods was, and still is, the main concern of the Catholic Church.
But this pagan monotheism was disrupted by some of the bishops of churches and the men of faith, so Satan had to move to another important step in the East, which is the establishment of the Islamic religion, so Warqa bin Nofal and the so-called monk Bahira, who came from Catholicism, had appeared. A dagger has been struck in the heart of Christianity in the East, that is Islam; which has completed with its conquests and the extension of its caliphates what the Roman Empire had begun.
By that, Rome became in the west and Islam in the east; the god of sun was in the west and the god of moon (the crescent is its symbol) was in the east. And what Rome couldn’t do Islam had achieved; in the same way, what Islam was unable to do, it was supported by Rome from 1,400 years till today. The Christian Islamic Brotherhood document was announced under the auspices of Pope Francis in order to unite gods, worship and religions in the name of peace, in the so-called Abraham’s Children Project.
To make sure of this, let us follow together what happened in the Middle Ages.
2- The Catholic Church in the Middle Ages:
I have chosen for you some of the Popes who ruled the Catholic Church, as a single article is not enough to mention all of them (266 one), most of whom are bloody and sexually obsessed. Here are the most prominent catastrophes of the Catholic Church against Christianity and Christians:
1- Pope Innocent VII:
He was paranoid, and hated women, as he killed countless women under the pretext that they were witches.

2- Pope Boniface VIII:
He was closer to being a sadistic emperor than a Christian Catholic pope, as he did not just destroy a Christian city called “Palestrina”, but rather ordered to be demolished and leveled on the grounds, claiming that it was a heretic city. This Pope was in a relationship with a mother and her daughter at the same time, and he is the author of the famous saying: “Enjoying a child is easier than rubbing one’s hand together”.Among his other criminal acts was burning Joan of Arc, on the pretext that she wore men’s clothes and considered herself a leader. They burned her for witchcraft and later had beatified her, as a saint, to intercede for them; the same people who killed her. He also burned William Tyndale because he dared to translate the Holy Bible for the common people to read. The accusation of heresy was, and still is, associated with whoever tries to deliver the word of the Holy Bible to the Christians without the cloak of priests.

3- Leo X and the scandal of the indulgences in the sixteenth century:
As Pope Leo was selling indulgences in exchange for money, in order to forgive all the past sins; and the future sins as well for those who paid more. Those documents and the remission of sins still exist today under the name of “the pilgrimage to Fátima and the Vatican”.

4- Pope Pius XII:
The Holocaust took place during his reign, as the leaked documents from the Vatican archives proved that he knew about the mass executions of Jews days before their occurrence in 1942, and still did not take any action.

5- Pope Alexander VI, known as (Borgia):
He was known for his sexual obsession, and he is the author of the scandal of the “Banquet of the Chestnuts” in which he brought fifty women and asked them to undress while chestnuts were strewn around the floor. The women were asked to pick chestnuts with their mouths, and the Pope gave gifts to the most virile men who could sleep with the most women at the Pope’s banquet. Pope Borgia had several mistresses and many children, he acknowledge the paternity of six of them, and was murdered by one of his children because of the severity of his filth, even the Catholic Church is ashamed to mention him as one of its Popes.

6- The Crusades:
The Catholic Church used the cross to shed the blood of thousands of people. Satan himself, who was killing the saints and apostles, continued his persecution of Christians but under the flag of the cross, in order to distort the Christian faith and raise the flag of the Islamic crescent which was, and still is, the preferred religion of the Global Freemasonry. The Crusades were launched to help the Ottoman Muslims in their expansion under the pretext of defending the Christian’s holy sites, whose existence had previously been invented by Constantine the First and his mother.
We find, for example, in the Fourth Crusade that the Crusaders came to the Orthodox Christian Constantinople, plundered, burned and handed it an easy bite to the barbaric Ottomans, who would not have dared before to even approach the walls of Constantinople (known today as Istanbul) and thus they were able to seize “Hagia Sophia Church”.
The Islamic references also state that the Sixth Crusade came at the request of Muslims, as Sultan Muhammad Al-Kamel Al-Ayoubi made an agreement and understanding with Emperor Frederick the Second to hand over “Al Quds”, which was then called “Jerusalem”.
In addition to the massacres committed by the Crusaders against the Christian churches, from stealing manuscripts and sanctities, killing bishops and monks, and giving an access to their spoiled protégé, Islam, under the pretext of stopping the Islamic invasion.
The priests of the Catholic Church in the East still put their hands in the hands of Islamic governments alleging that they are protecting the holy sites from the Jews.

7- The Knights Templar:
A stateless military organization founded in 1119 AD and adopted by the Catholic Church as its official army in 1129 AD. After the end of the Crusades, the Catholic Church killed the Crusaders’ Knights Templar on charges of heresy, claiming that they had strange rituals such as trampling and spitting on the statue of the Crucified Christ.

8- The Inquisition:
The Catholic Church had killed all its opponents on charges of Judaism, witchcraft, science, heresy or, as it happened later, Protestantism. Thus we see that throughout the ages, it has always had excuses for shedding the blood of Christians.

9- John Wycliffe, the Evangelist:
Here we see the Catholic hatred that does not end with the death of the followers of the Gospel. John was a pioneer of the church reform movement, he advocated that the church should apply the Holy Bible and give up its worldly possessions, following the teachings of the LORD Jesus Christ in:
Matthew 10: “9- Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor brass in your purses,
10- Nor scrip for your journey, neither two coats, neither shoes, nor yet staves: for the workman is worthy of his meat.”
Shortly after that, John died of a stroke in 1384, and in 1415 the wealthy Catholics demanded his trial, so they exhumed his grave, tried him for heresy and burned him.

10- Jan Hus (John Huss):
His crime was criticizing the Catholic Church, as he is the author of the famous saying: “The Church is led by humans, and humans are by nature sinners, priests, bishops and patriarchs, and this makes the Church wrong. So the church must be founded on the doctrine of the Holy Bible, because the word of the LORD God is without blemish and by following it, the Church will be flawless.”
They asked to speak with him in private, and when he came, they burned him. It is stated, that he was very astonished at the time of his burning, as he was burned for no reason and without a trial.

11- Galileo:
Galileo was a 69-year-old Christian scholar who declared that the sun is the center of the universe and the earth revolves around it. So they sued him and gave him the choice between retracting his statements or being burned to death, therefore he chose to recant his studies. His sentence was reduced from execution by burning to spending the rest of his life under house arrest.
3- The Catholic Church in the Modern Era:
We find that modern era was no less bloody and scandalous than the antiquity and middle ages.

12- Magdalene Laundries:
One of the most horrific scandals of the Catholic Church is the “Magdalene Laundries”. Catholics always refer to “Magdalene” as an adulteress, to cover up their inhuman acts, while Mary Magdalene in the Holy Bible is completely innocent of the accusation of adultery.
The nuns gathered the penitent prostitutes and put them in prison-like places called “Magdalene Laundries” to carry out the work of washing and ironing. The nuns were collecting millions of donations under the pretext of preserving these girls from fornication. In the twentieth century, 231 laundries were ordered to close, the last one was in Ireland in 1996, after some girls managed to escape and exposed the brutal torture they were subjected to; as well as the discovery of a mass grave of 155 bodies of girls who died under torture at the hands of nuns.

13- Selling the children of the laundries:
The scandal of the Magdalene laundries was famous for selling the children who were the result of the previous fornication of the girls in the laundries. As the nuns had sold 2,000 children to the rich of America, and to whoever pays the highest price, claiming that they were saving these children from life in the Magdalene laundries with their prostitute mothers.

14- Stealing 300,000 Spanish children, by the priests and nuns of the Catholic Church, after the Spanish Civil War and before entering the Second World War:
This crime was exposed by Juan Luis Moreno, who was told by his adoptive father that he had bought him from a Catholic priest. Juan exposed the scandal around the world and thousands of Spanish women followed him, demanding their children who were stolen and sold by the Catholic priests to the rich of America.

Till this day, the Catholic Church continues to insult Christianity and Christ by exposing scandals from time to time, such as the scandal of the raped nuns by priests, the scandal of the mass graves of children under the Catholic school in Canada and the scandal of the sexual abuse of 330,000 children in France. The Catholic Church also continues to pressurize any country which tries to stop the Islamic expansion, by debunking a scandal that shakes the pillars of that country.
(For information and evidences with pictures and videos, I hope that you will watch the episode)
The symbols of Satan can still be found in the Vatican; the snake and the goddess of death, Vatika, who was dressed in blue so that simple Catholics would think that she is the Virgin Mary. In addition, the Vatican Popes has mastered the deformation of the cross throughout the ages, right down into putting it on their shoes.
Their sacrifices are still offered to the ancient Etruscan god of sun, whom they called Lucifer (i.e. Satan, and its translation is
“the light bearer”). They set up an astronomical observatory called “Lucifer”, and they still chant for him the famous Latin hymn “Lucifer”, saying that he is the “son of the morning”; this is an additional reason that makes them hate when the Christians read the Old Testament, as we find in:
Isaiah 14:12 “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,
son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!”
Where we find it clearly in the translation of King James in English: “Lucifer son of the morning”.

The Catholic Church has boasted, throughout the ages, of violating the Holy Bible and working against it. To cite some examples:
1- They declared “monasticism”, disregarding the words of the Apostle Paul in:
1 Timothy 4 “1- Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;
2 Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron;
3 Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth.”
2- Cut the hair of the Popes round in shape:
Leviticus 19:27 “Ye shall not round the corners of your heads”
3- The bishops refrain from marrying, contradicting what the Holy Bible commanded us in:
1 Timothy 3:2 “A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach;”
4- They altered and distorted the editions of the Holy Bible, omitting any reference to the divinity of Christ to make it fit the Quran, as a prelude to the universal religion of monotheism. They made the “Revised Catholic” editions and the editions of the “Common Arabic Translation”(also known as “Good News”), written by the Jesuits, drafting them in the way they and the Muslims like and despising the word of the LORD in:
Revelation 22:19 “And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”

(For those who would like to see the distortion of the Holy Bible, watch the episode of the “Common Arabic Translation”(also known as “Good News”), as the journalist Maggie Khozam has exposed these distorted editions)

I present this article with tears of love, hoping from every Catholic to wake up and abstain from his worship in order to be a Christian as he should be. Wake up before it is too late. Beware of the new religion of unity founded by Pope Francis (the 266th Pope), in which he unites Christianity with Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and with the servants of all strange gods.
The LORD God says in Jeremiah 51:45 “My people, go ye out of the midst of her, and deliver ye every man his soul from the fierce anger of the LORD.”
Who is ready today to say: “Amen, I am a Christian only, and I do not follow any denomination except my LORD and my God Jesus Christ.”

Oct / 18 / 2021

The Catholic Church with Maggie Khozam