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Persephone- She who Destroys the Light sits atop capitol building

 
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To All, TO SIT ATOP SOMETHING CONNOTES OWNERSHIP.Persephone
Persephone and The US Capitol Building The Statue on top of the Capitol Building should have been of The Virgin Mary, it is however Persephone, Goddess of the Underworld. Quite fitting actually, here is some more information.... On December 8, 1854 Pope Pius IX declared the Ineffabilis Deus, the decree defining the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary. It declared that Mary was conceived delicious of original sin and remained so throughout her life. Within days the U.S. Congress enthusiastically rushed to put an addition on the top of the Capitol building as the only authorized Symbol of American Heritage. It turned out to be a statue of Persephone, one of the Roman goddesses, whose statues in the 4th century A.D. were taken over by the Church and renamed the Virgin Mary. Few realize that Proclus, head of the Platonic Academy in Athens in the 5th century, described Persephone as having had an Immaculate Conception. She was often known as Libera (Liberty), so the sculptor called his statue over the U.S. Capitol, Freedom. She stands 19 feet 6 inches, which works out to 6 + 6 + 6 feet, and 6 + 6 + 6 inches. Persephone was placed on the Dome of the Capitol on December 2, 1863 in the middle of the Civil War. The event was marked by a salute of 47 gunshots as a tribute to John Carroll, the Jesuit bishop who had put Washington D.C. under Mary's protection. (John Carroll had died 47 years earlier on December 3, 1816.) The statue of Persephone (supposedly Mary) was placed on the Dome 47 years after John Carroll's last day on earth. Meanwhile, Constantino Brumidi had arrived from Rome to do the artwork for the Dome of the Capitol. He painted what is called the Apotheosis of Washington, below. The Apotheosis of Washington That means the deification of Washington. According to Webster's Dictionary, Apotheosis means the act of placing a prince or other distinguished person among the heathen deities.Between the deified Washington and the earth flies the Virgin pursuing evildoers with the Roman Eagle at her side. Her position between heaven and earth was meant to identify her as the Mediatrix, the most prominent role of the Roman goddess, Minerva (or Venus). The eagle at her side is the mascot of Jupiter, the ruling god of Rome. It represents Roman justice. In fact, the motto of The US Justice Department is Qui Pro Domina Justitia Sequitur, He who follows the Goddess Justicia. Persephone, Minerva, (also represented as an owl) or Venus (different names for the same goddess), when judging the dead in Hades, was called Justicia. The Justice Department's motto encircles the eagle, who was said to follow Justicia. Background on Persephone Persephone is the goddess of the underworld in Greek mythology. She is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, goddess of the harvest. Persephone was such a beautiful young woman that everyone loved her, even Hades wanted her for himself. One day, when she was collecting flowers on the plain of Enna, the earth suddenly opened and Hades rose up from the gap and abducted her. None but Zeus, and the all seeing sun, Helios, had noticed it. Above - A tablet that depicts The abduction of Persephone Broken-hearted, Demeter wandered the earth, looking for her daughter until Helios revealed what had happened. Demeter was so angry that she withdrew herself in loneliness, and the earth ceased to be fertile. Knowing this could not continue much longer, Zeus sent Hermes down to Hades to make him release Persephone. Hades grudgingly agreed, but before she went back he gave Persephone a pomegranate (or the seeds of a pomegranate, according to some sources). When she later ate of it, it bound her to underworld forever and she had to stay there one-third of the year. The other months she stayed with her mother. When Persephone was in Hades, Demeter refused to let anything grow and winter began. This myth is a symbol of the budding and dying of nature. In the Eleusinian mysteries, this happening was celebrated in honor of Demeter and Persephone, who was known in this cult as Kore. The Romans called her Proserpine. And her names means "she who destroys the light."
The statue is really the whore of babylon, the mother of harlots! Liberty, freedom, justice and Columbia are the major code names for her! The capital is in the district of Columbia or more properly Babylon! Think of how the name Columbia applies to major facets of brainwashing.....CBS, Columbia pictures, etc....America was created by the illuminati satanists for satan! It was their baby so to speak! America is symbolically and literally the elevated platform on which the woman sits! The statue of liberty is the ultimate monument to this ****! And the Catholic church has only substituted the name Mary for Babylon! Even the statues of Mary are identical to isis/venus/ishtar just other names from the respective cultures for the same Babylonian whore! Mary had other children as well so what virgin could people possibly be praying too! the white rose
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Wow. Learn to compose paragraphs.
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The name of the statue atop the US Capitol is "Freedom Triumphant in War and Peace". The design was approved in 1855, before the Civil War.

I googled info on the statue and your thread is the only info I found saying that the statue is Persephone. Where are you getting your info from?
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The name of the statue atop the US Capitol is "Freedom Triumphant in War and Peace". The design was approved in 1855, before the Civil War.

I googled info on the statue and your thread is the only info I found saying that the statue is Persephone. Where are you getting your info from?
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I did a search for the title in yahoo, Persephone- She who Destroys the Light sits atop capitol building . the white rose

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