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ur fucking deceived , your a fool .
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You're a fool.

Your grammar is shit.
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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


Actually if you read Christian writings in addition to the bible, this all relates to Christ and the spirit. Every sect of Christianity has their own set of man made rules as well. But they are all still Christian. Though the man made rules keep us from fully connecting to Christ, God and spirit.

Christ was related to spirit and showed us how we too could be related to spirit, through his true teachings we could be Christ like and connected to God.

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Got to agree. Most of Christian ritual practices were taken (stolen) from the Earth loving Pagans and twisted around to form all we celebrate (ritualise) today.

Christmas Tree Dressing

Candle Lighting

Animal Slaughter

Sex

War

Love

All done with ritual...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36146631


We stole sex from you?

And LOVE? LMAO!

Did we steal eating and pissing too?

What about breathing?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35406953


Eating, yes.

Pissing, probably.

Keep it up.

Don't piss your panties.

Use a tissue.

G'night.
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I think I actually agree with u for once....
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cheers
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lol you are right but judaism is far worse also , you are really silly , satan created the jew to steal isrealites land and gods religioun
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we are not talking grammer you fucking catholic
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trying to twist the situation and deceive many is what catholics try to do just like you sheepy .
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Actually if you read Christian writings in addition to the bible, this all relates to Christ and the spirit. Every sect of Christianity has their own set of man made rules as well. But they are all still Christian. Though the man made rules keep us from fully connecting to Christ, God and spirit.

Christ was related to spirit and showed us how we too could be related to spirit, through his true teachings we could be Christ like and connected to God.
 Quoting: Heavenly Alchemy


applaud1

It would be nice if more individuals shared this perspective rather than using religion and various denominations as a means to create division and separation. You see the bigger picture.

greenkarma

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger"
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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


Good stuff
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Hey Man,

The Catholics are just worshipping the sun. Why do you have a problem with that? I can't find anything wrong with that. Sure, 99% don't know it...
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My God's bigger than your God,
My God's bigger than yours...

My God's bigger, Cuz my book sez it's so,
My God's bigger than yours...

dance
THIS SPACE FOR RENT
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Actually if you read Christian writings in addition to the bible, this all relates to Christ and the spirit. Every sect of Christianity has their own set of man made rules as well. But they are all still Christian. Though the man made rules keep us from fully connecting to Christ, God and spirit.

Christ was related to spirit and showed us how we too could be related to spirit, through his true teachings we could be Christ like and connected to God.
 Quoting: Heavenly Alchemy


applaud1

It would be nice if more individuals shared this perspective rather than using religion and various denominations as a means to create division and separation. You see the bigger picture.

greenkarma
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Thank you so much, wonderful to meet you, and agreeing with your post.

We need to connect and see the similarities.

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A Zionist trying to "expose" Catholicism...who'da thunk it?
We were meant to live for so much more, have we lost ourselves?
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A Zionist trying to "expose" Catholicism...who'da thunk it?
 Quoting: Sneetch


Help me please, Protestant Christian Zionists believe another
temple will be rebuilt, is it they think this helps fulfill the prophecies in Daniel? But where is the "continual sacrifice?"

The rotten heresy of "private judgment." They're wrong.
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It means that folks have been duped. These things have nothing to do with Christ.
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


They probably have been duped. But, how is this different from any other organized religion?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14157338


Christians do not worship idols...

Christians know that witch craft is just the hopeless playing with words and emotions.
Christ came to correct this with his actions
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36122520


Christians are also catholic, Catholic is the FIRST christian religion. "christians" as you are void of all mysticism and so you fear what you don't understand. So sad.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 788508


Did Jesus and the Disciples worship Mary? Did they pray to the dead? Did they call some guy in a white robe and a funny hat Father? Did they sell indulgences? Discuss Purgatory?

They were the original Christian religion, hundreds of years before Catholicism was created, and what they practiced by and large was Judaism. They simply believed Christ was the promised Hebrew Messiah, differentiating themselves from the Jews that did not.
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Look at the silly way some Protestants attack the
faith. Good Lord!

White smoke came out at 7:06 - 66 minutes past 6



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Pope Francis was elected on 3/13/13. 3 is a divine
number,yes, the Blessed Trinity and in God's plan, the family, Father, mother and children are three.

13 is Mary's number. The miracle of the sun at Fatima
witnessed by 70,000 people happened on the 13th.
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A Zionist trying to "expose" Catholicism...who'da thunk it?
 Quoting: Sneetch


Help me please, Protestant Christian Zionists believe another
temple will be rebuilt, is it they think this helps fulfill the prophecies in Daniel? But where is the "continual sacrifice?"

The rotten heresy of "private judgment." They're wrong.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20541213


Continual means always happening, unceasing. There is no
"continual sacrifice" in Judaism or Protestantism.
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What confuses me though is how supposedly all the OTHER churches came from the Catholic Church at a later date.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Time to stop being confused then!

"The Orthodox Church is the one Church founded by Jesus Christ and his apostles, begun at the day of Pentecost with the descent of the Holy Spirit in the year 33 A.D. It is also known (especially in the contemporary West) as the Eastern Orthodox Church or the Greek Orthodox Church." [link to orthodoxwiki.org]

The Roman Catholic Church split off from the Orthodox Church in 1054, when the RCC wanted everybody to accept the changes they made, but the Orthodox refused. This was called the "Great Schism" or the "East-West Schism".

The Orthodox Church still exists, and still does the same things the same way as they have done from the founding of the church.
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lol to the above. The Orthodox split from the faith because they denied the authority of the God's chosen leader of Christianity, the Pope.

Read the quotes of the men taught by the apostles, the Early Church Fathers, don't believe the twisting stories of the wayward sheep.

In prophecy, Our Lord reveals they will return at the Great Warning.
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Pssst... Witches supposedly did all that ritual stuff to imitate the Catholic Church, not the other way around.

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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth





If you don't have b*lls to tell me if THIS is the original BOOK, then PISS OFF!
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Txgal u are a joke, just stop posting please
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What confuses me though is how supposedly all the OTHER churches came from the Catholic Church at a later date.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Time to stop being confused then!

"The Orthodox Church is the one Church founded by Jesus Christ and his apostles, begun at the day of Pentecost with the descent of the Holy Spirit in the year 33 A.D. It is also known (especially in the contemporary West) as the Eastern Orthodox Church or the Greek Orthodox Church." [link to orthodoxwiki.org]

The Roman Catholic Church split off from the Orthodox Church in 1054, when the RCC wanted everybody to accept the changes they made, but the Orthodox refused. This was called the "Great Schism" or the "East-West Schism".

The Orthodox Church still exists, and still does the same things the same way as they have done from the founding of the church.
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Yep
The Orthodox Church is the original true church of Christ.

The Catholic Church is a bastard
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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth




It's not "witchcraft", it's MAGIC. Most religions have some element of the magical in them, else few would be interested. If you know what you're doing, magic and ritual DOES work, both because people believe in it and because it inherently works in being able to manipulate reality. Most people just aren't that good at it.
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To undo the good work of Paul in Rome, a counterfeit Christianity is created. By secretly creating and controlling it, the enemy of Christ could besmirch the name of Jesus throughout the centuries while placing the blame on "Christians" (ie crusades, inquisitions, persecutions and witchhunts)

Babylon, not Catholicism, is the actual "mother of Harlots"..it's Cabala is the source of the contamination into other beliefs. When Hislop exposed Catholicism as Babylonian, he didn't know that post-captivity Judaism was, and is, in fact, the old religion of Babylon.

In the 1800's bring in a rapture myth created by a Scottish cult that's based fully on "Jews" being the chosen people, (somebody must repent after the "protestants" float off.) With this, Babylonic infiltration and control secures the Protestants. (the "new" lost sheep of Israel)

The only "Simon Peter" in ancient Rome was Simon the sorcerer..father of gnosticism and chief sorcerer to Nero. He was known in Rome as Father Simon or in Latin, Simon "Pater".
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"And where, today, are the ancient BABYLONIANS-the
Chaldeans? They migrated west and settled in ITALY. Their reli-
gion was the Assyrian-Babylonian MYSTERY religion. It is going
to come as a breathtaking, awesome, shocking surprise when the
world learns that one Simon, the sorcerer of Samaria in the time
of the original apostles, leader of the BABYLONIAN MYSTERY reli-
gion having the title of PATER or PETER, meaning PAPA, actually
appropriated the NAME of Christ and the Christian principle of
GRACE, which he turned into LICENSE, doing away with GOD's
LAW (Jude 4) and he started what is today called "Christianity."
How astonished the world will be to discover that it is NOT, and
never was, the outgrowth of the CHURCH of GOD, founded by
Jesus Christ and His apostles!
This knowledge will soon burst on an incredulous world as
a BOMBSHELL! People will be SHOCKED to learn how they have
been DECEIVED!"
~Herbert W. Armstrong -
The United States and Britain in Prophecy p.176-177
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everything has turned anti-christ
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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
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It's not "witchcraft", it's MAGIC. Most religions have some element of the magical in them, else few would be interested. If you know what you're doing, magic and ritual DOES work, both because people believe in it and because it inherently works in being able to manipulate reality. Most people just aren't that good at it.
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withchraft and magic are ONE and the SAME!


Judaism, Christianity and Islam forbid witchcraft and/or magic.

But then again I'm not talking about Kabbalah.
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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth




It's not "witchcraft", it's MAGIC. Most religions have some element of the magical in them, else few would be interested. If you know what you're doing, magic and ritual DOES work, both because people believe in it and because it inherently works in being able to manipulate reality. Most people just aren't that good at it.
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taking away free wıll never sounded so good!


:)))
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Doc Marquee has also written a book, which is being published by American Focus Publishing Company, entitled "Secrets of the Illuminati". While this topic has been explored before, no author has been able to bring a truly occultic angle to the discussion. In other words, Marquee looks at the plan to bring in the New World Order from the viewpoint of a former witch. In his book, Marquee includes a chapter entitled, "Is It Catholicism Or Witchcraft?" At the beginning of this chapter, Marquee makes a quite startling statement, "I must emphatically state that Catholicism and witchcraft are one and the same...there is no difference between witchcraft and Catholicism." Then, Marquee examines Catholicism and witchcraft from the vantage point of a former witch.

Marquee identifies several critically important areas in which the practice of Roman Catholicism and witchcraft are identical. We will first list these areas of commonalty and then comment specifically upon them. These common areas are:

The altar
The golden goblet known as a chalice.
Colored candles used in services
The use of incense.
The use of bells in the ceremony.
Praying to statues.
The use of Latin in services.
The use of a golden scepter in giving a large blessing to the people.
Common belief in Purgatory
The common belief in the host.
Common belief in the five elements.
Now, let us examine each of these areas of commonalty:

1. The altar in every Catholic church is prominently positioned at the front of the church. The "Mysteries of the Mass" are celebrated on and around the altar. In witchcraft, also, the altar is similarly used for three purposes:
To practice certain metaphysical rites, such as the casting of certain spells or to honor occult deities.
To hold the tools of magic.
To perform human sacrifice.
The Roman Catholic altar also holds their tools of their magic, and they daily perform human sacrifice. Remember, we are looking at this subject through the eyes of a former high-level witch who is now a born-again Christian. This daily human sacrifice is performed according to the false belief in "transubstantiation", the belief that the priest magically transforms the wafer into Jesus' body and the wine into His blood. Marquee states, "In other words, every day Christ is being reincarnated and then sacrificed.. they perform daily their human sacrifice in which Christ is ...sacrificed for their sins." It is shocking to realize that the Roman Catholics are daily performing human sacrifice in a manner similar to that of witches throughout the centuries.

2. The Catholic Golden Goblet, or Chalice. "It is this cup that the wine poured into it becomes the...literal blood of Christ. When a witch does a human sacrifice, after the victim's throat is sliced open, the spilled blood will be collected in a chalice, just as the Catholics do, except the witch's chalice holds the real thing." In Satan's eyes, the Catholics are performing the same rite as the witches.

3. "Candles were introduced to the Catholic mass about 320 A.D. There is no Scriptural reasons for them, unless... you are a practicing witch. Below is a list of different colored candles a witch would use throughout the year. See if you can recall any of these colors used during a Catholic mass:
White -- Purity, Truth, Sincerity
Red -- Strength, Health, Vigor, Sexual Love
Light Blue -- Tranquillity, Understanding, Patience
Dark Blue -- Impulsiveness, Depression, Change
Green -- Finance, Fertility, Luck
Gold/Yellow -- Persuasion, Charm, Confidence
Brown -- Hesitation, Uncertainty
Pink -- Honor, Love, Morality
Black -- Evil, Loss, Discord, Confusion
Purple -- Tension, Ambition, Power
Silver-Gray -- Cancellation, Stalemate
Orange -- Encouragement, Stimulation
Greenish-Yellow -- Sickness, Anger, Jealousy
"Using these colored candles and the right spells, a witch can cause anything to happen...our Catholic friends are not only using these occult tools, they also pay for them when they go to various statues and light...candles."

4. "Incense is a constant tool that is used by priests. They will take a philter (incense burner), walk around the altar, and then wave it out toward the crowd with an invocation...Not only do witches use incense, but they will consecrate their altar and their fellow witches in the exact way the Catholics do..."

Read the rest here: [link to www.cephas-library.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth




It's not "witchcraft", it's MAGIC. Most religions have some element of the magical in them, else few would be interested. If you know what you're doing, magic and ritual DOES work, both because people believe in it and because it inherently works in being able to manipulate reality. Most people just aren't that good at it.
 Quoting: mehitable 1524722




taking away free wıll never sounded so good!


:)))
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taking away free will sounded so good, I meant.
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You don't think that Satan takes everything that God created and perverts it?

You know he does.
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.
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real witches do not kill or sacrifice living animals ,
real witches kill not
real witches sacrifice living animals not
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If 100% of what you're saying is true, then there's nothing wrong with it. Witchcraft is just as valid as any other religion out there.
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It means that folks have been duped. These things have nothing to do with Christ.
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They probably have been duped. But, how is this different from any other organized religion?
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Christians do not worship idols...

Christians know that witch craft is just the hopeless playing with words and emotions.
Christ came to correct this with his actions
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Got a Neckless with Jesus on a Cross...THAT IS AN IDOL.

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