The Cult of Rome

Posted: August 11, 2010 in Uncategorized

I can go on for days on how the Roman Catholic Church is an evil cult created by Satan. It is easy to see this for yourself. All you need to do is open the bible and compare scripture to catholic tradition and rituals. Then you can compare those same catholic traditions and rituals to the traditions and rituals of the Babylonian Mystery Schools. You might be surprised. It does make sense if you look at the true history of the Roman Catholic Church, not the fabricated history that the “Church” says is true.

The word “catholic” means “Universal”. That being said, lets take a look at true history. During the first century, there was a man named Simon Magus. Magus was a Babylonian priest of the Mystery schools, a pagan priest. Magus came across the apostles and is mentioned in the book of acts. Magus was amazed by the apostles and their ability to use the power of the Holy Spirit. Magus was so amazed that he desired the power for himself. He offered the apostles money in an attempt to purchase the power. Magus was quickly refuted by Peter.

Peter then traveled to Babylon, in what is now Iraq. While Magus traveled to Rome and mixed what he had learned about Christianity with the pagan teachings of the Babylonian Mystery Schools. Simon Magus began this new religion and glorified himself as a god. He called his church the “Universal Church of Rome”. Simon Magus became known in Rome as Simon the Priest or Simon Petros. This is the origin of the Roman Catholic Church. It was Simon Magus who founded it, not Peter. It was Simon Magus who was its first Pope, not Peter. The Popes are the successors of the Pagan Babylonian priest, Simon Magus, not Peter.

  1. archangelmarkus says:

    Not to mention securing your sins in confession to a Priest (the bible does not teach this, it rather teaches you must come directly to Christ). Calling Priests Father, that is not even taught, as a matter of fact Jesus explains not to do that in the Bible. And where does it say to pray to Mary, Mary herself acknowledged she was in need of a Saviour and even she said what-ever her son says to do it, he never says anything upon looking to his Mother for Guidance or even Salvation. Statue and Image Bowing and praying to, um the second commandment anyone!!! There is much more to post than meets the eyes but instead of rambling on I urge anyone to pick up the Bible, specifically the teachings of Christ and the Apostles in the New Testament and Judge for your self, is Rome teaching the Word of God in it’s purest form or did it create and institutionalize this other form of Christianity not of Christ. You be the Judge!

  2. armouroflight1 says:

    In today’s spirit of ecumenism, many evangelicals have called for the Protestant Church to lay aside its differences with Rome and pursue unity with the Catholic Church. Is that possible? Is Roman Catholicism simply another facet of the body of Christ that should be brought into union with its Protestant counterpart? Is Roman Catholicism simply another Christian denomination?

    While there are many errors in the teaching of the Catholic Church (for example its belief in the transubstantiation of the communion wafer and its view of Mary), two rise to the forefront and call for special attention: its denial of the doctrine of sola Scriptura and its denial of the biblical teaching on justification. To put it simply, because the Roman Catholic Church has refused to submit itself to the authority of God’s Word and to embrace the gospel of justification taught in Scripture, it has set itself apart from the true body of Christ. It is a false and deceptive form of Christianity.

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