reply to post by Thought Provoker
My, you gave loads of information, thank you! I was intrigued by the red and purple dress of the Vatican's officials that coincided with Rev 17:4.
Also that Cardinal Barone wants to call himself "Peter's Evasion"; but the weirdiest was the statue behind the Pope's chair. Not very holy,
Yes, the destruction of Christianism came from the Catholics themselves; i bet that the Vatican/TPTB planned the sexual scandals. Also, i do not think
that true Christians gives a damn about gay, dance, rock, as long as it doesn't become sataniste or part of a black occult movement. I mean, their
first concerns is to be free within moral limits and enjoy life.
BTW, don't wanna to get you wrong, but i believe that Saturday is also a wrong day to celebrate God; here's why:
Saturday is named after the roman god Saturn, Kronos in greek. Kronos was a Titan (similar to the Ciakars, Draconnians) and once god of the universe.
He killed all his sons to stay n1, but Jupiter/Zeus escaped, killed Kronos/Saturn, and then became a rightful god.
It correspond with the Ciakars story, where the Draconnians where alone in the universe, but one of their childs (the Vegan/Lyran civilization) turned
against them and created a peaceful empire.
Putting that aside, there have been reports that the occultists behind TPTB are off the Saturdays.
And then, one of their goals is to create a new area for the Earth and their new religion. They want to execute what is known as the Project Lucifer:
they want to overpower the light of our Sun (symbol of Jupiter and Zeus, also symbol of God), by exploding the gasses of Saturn (Kronos, the tyrannic
god) and turning it into a Sun.
Perhaps Sunday is the right day of celebrating God. We could also look at the other days if the week; lets see: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday. I believe Monday means "Moon's day", no big deal; Thursday is "Thor's day", the scandinavian god of thunder (should see what he
represents); i think Wednesday is supposed to be "Wodan's day", the german name of Odin, the scandinavian Zeus (father of Thor); then we need to
know what Tuesday and Friday means (i don't remember if it is Frygga, Freyr, or Freya day). With theses informations, we could know what day is
better to celebrate God.
Anyway, good luck with the thread, and i'll try to drop in to give my opinion
P.S: Thanks for the info on the cameras that went off. We may be jumping at shadows, but maybe they are analysing the body of JP2 to see how they can
bring him back to life.
P.S.S: I'm gonna look at the others messages.