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Vatican and Spiritual Babelism (Spiritual Confusion)

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posted on Sep, 28 2014 @ 11:54 PM
What is Spiritual Babelism. And why is it important to remember.

Babelism - a confusion, particularly a noisy confusion, of speech or ideas

"He is speaking Babel" or "You are talking babel" or "he was Babbling on about something", these all convey some sort of confused speech

Isn't it funny its called "The Bible"...

Spiritual Babelism - Is a spiritual confusion... You believe or worship and put your faith into something and its actually the opposite.

Babylon - In the Hebrew Bible, the name appears as בָּבֶל (Bavel; Tiberian בָּבֶל Bāvel; Syriac ܒܒܠ Bāwēl), interpreted in the Book of Genesis (11:9) to mean "confusion" (viz. of languages), from the verb בלבל bilbél, "to confuse".

Babylon = To Confuse.

In light of yet more Pedophile evidence on Vatican church members i thought it would be nice to show that perhaps Vatican and Babylon are linked in some way. And by putting your faith into a religion you are infact giving it to something else...

Pope Sixtus VI... i mean come on Pope 666 is the name of one.

If You have the Patience and concentration to get through this Video its packed full of info on Vatican being the Whore of Babylon.

Maybe before saying you will die for something... make sure its really the right thing. Or you will go to the wrong place...

Hope this isn't ATS Babelism

edit on 29-9-2014 by GallopingFish because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 28 2014 @ 11:56 PM
This is also has some info..

posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 01:53 AM
Just as a quick start, instead of going point by point, why do you say:

Isn't it funny its called "The Bible"...

The Bible (from Koine Greek τὰ βιβλία, tà biblía, "the books")

The Greek form Babylon (Βαβυλών) is an adaptation of Akkadian Babili. The Babylonian name as it stood in the 1st millennium BC had been changed from an earlier Babilli in early 2nd millennium BC, meaning "Gate of God" or "Gateway of the God" (bāb-ili) by popular etymology. The earlier name Babilla appears to be an adaptation of a non-Semitic source of unknown origin or meaning.

Greek and Akkadian are wildly different languages. Akkadian was written in Cuneiform. But if you want to take the meaning of the Akkadian word that eventually became Babylon, "Gate of God" would serve as a good alternative name for the Bible.

But you seem to be hinting that you accept the Biblical story of the Tower of Babylon. Are there parts of the Bible you don't accept?

posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 03:02 AM
a reply to: charles1952

I think that the bible is full of babel. Bible just looks like babel and babel is babelism... Which means to confuse. Thought it was funny... Because it is.

Babylon could mean both, but if its babelism (to confuse) and gate of god... Does that mean it could be the opposite to the good gate and be a bad gate.

The symbolism and similarities with the vatican and the whore of babylon are quite amazing... Don't you think.

posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 05:12 AM
a reply to: GallopingFish

Greetings- Which Bible? There are about 310 different Ones..It seems once You get a "thumper" nailed down they pull out some other Bible that doesn't 'take this out of context'..

As far as the excuse of a merchandise "blow out" and again using Jesus, I find it ironic that it is now just an excuse to accumulate more crap they don't need. Yeah, I bet Jesus would be proud as punch.. The way the folks push each other to get a 55" t.v. to watch porn..


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