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‘All Saints’ or ‘all gods’?

November 1st is designated by the Roman Catholic church to give honor to all their gods. They call it ‘All Saints Day.’ Did I say gods or saints? In Latin, the two words have the same meaning. Such a play on words! Pantheon means, ‘all gods’. It’s polytheistic or having ‘many gods.’ It is said that a man with many gods has no God. ‘All gods’ was changed to ‘All Saints’ just to fool everybody.

“For all the gods of the nations are idols: but the LORD made the Heavens.”

Psalms 96:5

The ancient Roman Pantheon was built to honor the King of all the gods, Jupiter. In the Greek Pantheon he was Zeus. In ancient Persia they had Ahura Mazda as their supreme head. Marduk or Bel/Baal reigned supreme in the Babylonian Pantheon. He was personified as a dragon.

2021 – The Year of the Cathars

Seven hundred years ago, in the year 1321, a man identified as the last of the Cathars, was interrogated in the Inquisition and burnt at the stake after he proclaimed a prophecy. That prophecy pertained to the year 2021 when he said, “We shall return in 700 years…” Is it being fulfilled? Take a look…

The Albigensian Crusade (1209–29) was called for by Pope Innocent III against the Cathars, a community in the south of France, whom the Roman Catholic Church had branded heretical. The war pitted the nobility of staunchly Catholic northern France against that of the south.

For all of its violence and destruction, the Albigensian Crusade failed to remove the Cathar heresy from Languedoc. It did, however, provide a solid framework of new secular governors willing to work with the church against the heretics. They were promised indulgences and whatever property or belongings they could confiscate. Through the subsequent efforts of the Inquisition, established by the papacy to try heretics, Catharism was virtually eliminated in Languedoc within a century. Many false accusations were made against them. ‘Cathar’ means purified, same as the ‘Puritans.’ They were also known as the Albigensians for the area of Albi where they lived.

Cathar country in Southern France
Marseilles, Albi, and Beziers in the Languedoc, South of France

The Day the World Changed

On April 29, 1993, the world changed. On April 28, 2020 we remembered the massacre of the Branch Davidians, a group of people who studied the Bible. They were burned up in their own home by the American government and their “Christian” counselors, who claimed they were “demon-possessed”. It was like a scene from the Middle Ages and the Inquisitions, when millions were killed because they studied the Bible.

Branch Davidians, Waco
Branch Davidians burn to death
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