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Easter 41k Section III. On this policy it is evident he acted. As the Roman augur was distinguished by his crooked rod, so the Chaldean soothsayers and priests, in the performance of their magic riteswere generally equipped with a crook or crosier.

Peter’s chair must also go along with them. It is in reference to this that the Psalmist, predicting the ascension of Christ, thus loftily speaks of its blessed results: That mitre was a turban. The Image of the Beast 26k Section V. Extreme Unction 6k Section V.

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The sacred images are represented as adoring him, which could not have been the case if his own subjects did not pay their homage in that way.

As the Pontifex, by virtue of his lad, had been the Hierophant, or Interpreter of the Mysteries, his chair of office was as well entitled to be called “Peter’s” chair as the Pagan keys to be called “the keys of Peter”; and so it was called accordingly.

Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. But there is another symbol of apexander Pope’s power which must not be overlooked, and that is the pontifical crosier.

The accompanying figure Fig 51 from Babylon shows the crosier in its ruder guise. When the Pope came, as he did, into intimate connection with the Pagan priesthood; when they came at last, as we shall see they did, under his control, what more natural than to seek not only to reconcile Paganism and Christianity, but to make it appear that the Pagan “Peter-Roma,” with his keys, meant “Peter of Rome,” and that that “Peter of Rome” was the very apostle to whom the Lad Jesus Christ gave the “keys of the kingdom of heaven”?


This, too, is copied from the same pattern; for, says Professor Gaussen, quoting Strabo and Herodotus, “the kings of Chaldea wore on their feet slippers which the kings they conquered used to kiss. Alexander Hislop First published as a pamphlet in — expanded in Rev. The former chair babilonkas borrowed from the Pagans; the next appears to have been bahilonias from the Mussulmans; for when the French soldiers under General Bonaparte took possession of Rome inthey found on the back of it, in Arabic, this well known sentence of the Koran, “There is no God but God, and Mahomet is His Prophet.

The other was, when, to use the words of Layard, “the head of the fish formed a mitre above that of the man, while its scaly, fan-like tail fell as a cloak behind, leaving the human limbs and feet exposed.

Priests, Monks, and Nuns 19k. The Pagans, who saw what strides, under Papal directions, Christianity, as professed in Rome, was making towards Paganism, were more than content to recognise the Pope as possessing this power; they gladly encouraged him to rise, step by step, to the full height of the blasphemous pretensions befitting the representative of Janus–pretensions which, as all men know, are nowby the unanimous consent of Western Apostate Christendom, recognised as inherent in the office of the Bishop of Rome.

This had a blasphemous meaning, for he was worshipped at Rome as the grand mediator.

Are kings and ambassadors hislpo to kiss the Pope’s slipper? This was the case in Babylon and Nineveh, as the extant monuments show. Certain it is that Nimrod’s deified lax have generally dox represented with the crook or crosier. From Xenophon we have evidence that this Persian custom came from Alwxander. In modern times, Rome seems to have been rather unfortunate in regard to Peter’s chair; for, even after that which bore the twelve labours of Hercules had been condemned and cast aside, as unfit to bear the light that the Reformation had poured upon the darkness of the Holy See, that which was chosen to replace it was destined to reveal still more ludicrously the barefaced impostures of the Papacy.

Special thanks to Moza, a research member of Philologos and Bible Prophecy Researchfor providing this electronic copy. And, therefore, in one of these messages we find Him tacitly rebuking the profane ascription of His own peculiar dignity to that divinity, and asserting His exclusive claim to the prerogative usually attributed to His rival.


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Baptismal Regeneration 47k Section II. These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man babulonias. You’ll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive.

Now Janus, whose key the Pope usurped with that of his wife or mother Cybele, was also Dagon. Hislop’s work has lately been questioned, most notably by Ralph Woodrow’s book “The Babylon Connection” excerpts at http: Is the Pope “Infallible,” and does the Church of Rome, in consequence, boast that it has always been “unchanged and unchangeable”?

Item Location see all Item Location. It was directly in imitation of the adoration paid to the Persian kings that he required such homage. As he was borne along on the shoulders of men, amid the gaping crowds, his head was shaded or canopied by two immense apexandermade of peacocks’ feathers, which were borne by two attendants.

Now, when he had come, in the estimation of the Pagansto occupy the place of the representatives of Janus and Cybeleand therefore to be entitled to bear their keys, the Pope saw that if he could only get it believed among the Christians that Peter alone had the alexandsr of the keys, and that he was Peter’s successor, then the sight of these keys would keep up the hjslop, and thus, though the temporal dignity of Rome as a city should decay, his own dignity as the Bishop of Rome would be more firmly established than ever.

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