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Pagan Hand Signs
Hand signs are important in occult secret societies and pagan religions. When we compare the signs in Catholicism with Buddhism and early paganism, we see that nothing has changed. In his work Leviathan, Thomas Hobbes wrote, "The Papacy is not other than the Ghost of the deceased Roman Empire, sitting crowned upon the grave thereof." Before papal Rome, Pagan Rome ruled the world, and had taken many religious rites of Greece, Persia, and Babylon. Many of these images are featured in Amazing Discoveries' Total Onslaught: The Wine of Babylon lecture. Purchase the DVD or view the lecture online.
This is a statue of Tammuz, said to be a statue of Jesus. Notice the hand signals, the prayer beads, and the globe. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
Jesus, portrayed with a globe in one hand and making a symbol of the pagan trinity with the other, is adorned with fleurs-de-lis. Cathedral in Nurnberg, Germany. Copyright Amazing Discoveries.
A statue of St. Peter, making the pagan trinity hand sign. This statue was actually the pagan statue of Jupiter, removed from the Pantheon in Rome (a pagan temple), moved to the Vatican and renamed St. Peter. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
Mary and Jesus crowned. Notice the pagan trinity hand sign, and the trident. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.