THE POPE’S MITRE / DAGON FISH HAT

What words can elaborate on the picture above?

DAGON WAS A PAGAN FISH GOD OF ANCIENT BABYLONIA

(There is more on how pagan symbolism is in abundance in The Vatican – from the Obelisk to the Monstrance – interesting for those interested: click hereclick not lick :-)

 

Or for sun symbology in Christianity see this video with nice tune!

Description with video –

“It is sometimes forgotten that the early Christians associated Jesus with the Sun. Among the church fathers, Cyprian speaks of Christ as Sol Verus, the “true sun,” and Ambrose names him Sol Novus Noster, “our new sun”. An interesting fact revealed in the old Roman calendars is that on the 25th of December each year they commemorated the new birth of Sol Invictus, the “unconquered sun.”

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4 Responses to THE POPE’S MITRE / DAGON FISH HAT

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  2. Michael says:

    Please don’t confuse Roman Catholicism with Christianity.
    I understand that to the untrained eye, they seem to have Jesus at the center, but they keep Jesus on the cross as if He were still dead.
    He is alive and very well! He was Resurrected and calls us to die to ourselves (be humble) as we seek Him.

  3. gerard says:

    Its all part of the same cult. Doesn’t matter which sick stories and ruler you choose to follow!
    All this tells us is that Abrahamic Religions are based on former believes and are nothing but stories.

    • Michael says:

      Actually, all this tells us is that Constantine perverted true Christianity and turned it into a religion. Jesus wants a relationship with us. He has shown His love for us in that while we were yet sinners, He died for us–and rose again.
      It is man who rejects God. How have you rejected Him?

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