This pagan goddess named
Mary is the final extension of Ninlil, wife of Enlil in ancient Sumer. Time
evolved her into Ishtar of Babylon, Dushara of Phoenicia, and Allat and Lato of
Greece and Rome. She bears no similarity to the Mary of the Bible. She and any
baby she bears are devils from the pit of hell. Damnation on them in the
Name of The Lord Jesus Christ.
This picture was scanned and pixel edited from a Catholic publication. It is clear
that the Roman Catholic Mary is meant to be quite fetching and youthful looking.
There is absolutely nothing Jewish about this naughty lady-- rather; she is the
"madam" of blind lusting souls.
Why do you think so many priests are obsessed with their Mary? She is their stand-in
for the wife they may not have. This is clearly the case with John Paul II. Across
his belly runs a sash with the words, "Tuus Tutus" or, "Totally Yours." It pledges
his devotion to the Roman devil named Mary. The naked breasted Marys and naked
male cherubs, painted on the ceiling of the Vatican library, meet the libido needs
of both heterosexual and sodomite priests.
According to one of my sources: Years ago, one such priest had to slip out of
Poland and take refuge in the Vatican. The men in his home town in Poland were
threatening him for sharing his carnal knowledge with boys in the confessional.
Recently, the generation he dirtied has turned out his puppet government in Poland.
Rome loses a round once in a while, praise God.
So, will you keep this in mind as you come to the next "Christmas (Christ Mass)
Season"? Are you happy to exalt a demonic mother and child from Babylon-- Ishtar
and Marduk? Are you helping to retain a blasphemy that Jesus Christ hates? It
is even possible that the real Bible Mary is deeply hurt by this as she looks
on our Christian walk.
12:1 "Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses
(including the real
us lay aside every weight (veneration
of Mary and Christmas garbage),
and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race
that is set before us, 2 Looking unto Jesus
author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured
the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne