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The Babylonian roots of Roman Catholicism.

Video Link: http://jwbrothers.org/videos/3999/babylonian-isis-worship-in-catholicism

Ancient pagan societies who ruled by the priestcraft of magic and sorcery had many

pagan gods, but goddess worship such as ISIS in Egypt and DIANA of Greece

was definitely one of their key goddesses, which later worked its way into the cult of

Mary in Rome. The worship of Mary was never taught by the apostles of Christ, yet

Roman Catholicism teaches this pagan idolatry. The central fallacy of Mariolatry

(also spelled Maryolatry) is that it assigns to Mary an unscriptural role of

mediator between God and man. Within Catholicism, the Blessed Mother

is just one of many such go-betweens.

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Very cool. These matters really aren't secret, it's just that most people don't bother to find out about it. The paganism that the apostate Church replaced (or absorbed) had a god for everything. So the Catholic/Orthodox Church simply replaced the pagan gods with Christian saints.

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