April 24, 2008

The Truth About Peter and Roman Catholic Lies.

by @ 12:10 pm. Filed under The Truth Shall Set you Free!

Some videos that summarize things well.

Was Peter the first Catholic Pope? Part 1 of 2

The Real Simon Peter of the Roman Catholic Church

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4 Responses to “The Truth About Peter and Roman Catholic Lies.”

  1. SteelGator Says:

    Very interesting information. I never knew that the real Simon of the Catholic church was a heathen and not the Disciple Peter.

  2. IndependentConservative Says:

    Here are two write-ups. Each gives a different view on where Peter might have died. But even the one that notes Peter as having spent time in Rome affirms the Peter of Roman Catholicism is NOT the Apostle Peter, but Simon Magus.

    St Peter was not the first Pope and never went to Rome, claims Channel 4


    The heavy Babylonian cult influence seen in the symbols and “traditions” of Roman Catholicism pretty much give it away.

  3. VanceR Says:

    Great article. I didn’t realize that Simon the Magus was the “Peter” of the Roman Catholic Church. Anyway, I have the book “The Two Babylons” by Hilsop that highlights a lot of parallels between Babylon and the Roman Catholic church.
    There’s pagan symbolism in the “haloes” or sun bursts around the heads of the “saints” in most of Roman Catholic art.

  4. IndependentConservative Says:

    Hi VanceR,

    When it comes to the Roman Catholic “art”, the Babylon stuff that we’ve seen throughout their history comes from the facts established that they are a cult of such things. Although, some of the art that has some rather nasty things in it was sometimes placed there by the artist, who was ticked they had to service the Roman Catholics. It was their means of rebellion to include subliminal images often of a perverse nature. So some of it, the Babylon stuff is the intentional result of what Roman Catholicism is, but some of the more hidden images were sometimes added by an artist who was ticked they had to service the Roman Catholics. Now the Roman Catholics are well aware of the perverse additions today, but still make use of some of it.

    The 3 videos below feature some rather pornographic material. But it shows what is in some of the Roman Catholic artwork.

    Pornographic Subliminal Roman Catholic Art – Part 1

    Pornographic Subliminal Roman Catholic Art – Part 2

    Pornographic Subliminal Roman Catholic Art – Part 3

    And some of it is so obvious, it shows that some of the mess was likely requested.

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