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POPE SAYS THIS MAY BE OUR LAST CHRISTMAS? 2016

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The Pope is probably telling the truth. The "church" is no good...

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Found another source from December 2015.

Pope Francis told crowds in St. Peter’s Square that this Christmas might be the last one for humanity. 

In a grim speech, the Pope said that the current chaotic state of the world marks the beginning of the “end times”, and that this time next year the world is likely to be unrecognisable.

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Canceling christmas? Is the Pope the new supervillian in a christmas fairytale? Cuz that's what they do, ya know? Try to stop christmas... yeah... process! ^.^

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28 minutes ago, Last1oftheJedi said:

Canceling christmas? Is the Pope the new supervillian in a christmas fairytale? Cuz that's what they do, ya know? Try to stop christmas... yeah... process! ^.^

 

 

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Well, do all of you want the same old Christmas bullshit we do year after year?  Who ALWAYS benefits from them?  Us???  LOL

Maybe we could go back to a more intimate, close friends & family, NON Corporate spending fest of $$$ no one can afford to spend type of celebration?   If that's what the meaning of "last Christmas" is, then I'm proud to help end all of those and reign in traditional, honorable, and respectful celebrations & festivals of giving & appreciation.

 

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Some people have broken it out to be Christ MASS which is a Catholic thing; most of us don't understand.  The poop invented a way to distract us from the original reason for the season.  And of course, it is a Yule time celebration centered around the winter solstice.  That's not when Christ originally came, but it'd be hard to prove just where the Bethlehem star was.  We don't even know what we'd be looking for with that.  

People like the poop want more control, but since they are immoral, they want total chaos (everything out of control).

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10 hours ago, DarkKnightNomeD said:

Damn Dagon worshippers.

Stay away from them if you can.

Quoting Harry Ironside in Babylonian Religion:

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When Christ came into this world the mystery of iniquity was everywhere holding sway, save where the truth of God as revealed in the Old Testament was known. Thus, when the early Christians set out upon the great task of carrying the gospel to the ends of the earth, they found themselves everywhere confronted by this system, in one form or another; for though Babylon as a city had long been but a mystery, her mysteries had not died with her.

When the city and temples were destroyed, the high-priest fled with a company of initiates and their sacred vessels and images to Pergamos, where the Symbol of the serpent was set up as the emblem of the hidden wisdom. From there, they afterwards crossed the sea and immigrated to Italy, where they settled on the Etruscan plain. There the ancient cult was propagated under the name of the Etruscan Mysteries and eventually Rome became the headquarters of Babylonianism.

The chief priests wore mitres shaped like the head of a fish, in honor of Dagon, the fish-god, the Lord of life-another form of the Tammuz mystery, as developed among Israel’s old enemies, the Philistines. The chief priest when established in Rome took the title Pontifex Maximus, and this was imprinted in on his mitre. When Julius Caesar (who was an initiate like all young Romans of good family) had become the head of the States, he was elected Pontifex Maximus, and this title was held henceforth by all the Roman emperors down to Constantine the Great, who was at one and the same time, head of the church, and high priest to the heathen. The title was afterwards conferred upon the bishops of Rome, and is borne by the pope today, who is thus declared to be, not the successor of the fisherman-apostle Peter, but the direct successor of the high priest of the Babylonian mysteries, and the servant of the fish-god Dagon, for whom he wears, like his idolatrous predecessors, the fisherman’s ring.

 

 

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