Papal Apparel

Catholicism is actually based on paganism. The real deity worshiped behind the scenes is not Jesus Christ, but rather Osiris in whatever form he takes. This can be seen through the headwear and clothing of Catholic officials. Many of the images in this album are featured in Amazing Discoveries' Total Onslaught: The Wine of Babylon lecture. Purchase The Wine of Babylon DVD or view the lecture online.

<p>Pope Benedict XVI, with Maltese cross emblems on his robe. The four-spoked Maltese cross within a circle is a key symbol of <a title="Read our article: Sun Worship" href="http://amazingdiscoveries.org/S-deception_end-time_paganism_Catholic_sun-worship" target="blank">sun worship</a>. <br /><br />Source:<a href="http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Beno%C3%AEt_XVI_2.jpg" target="blank"> Wikimedia Commons</a>.</p>
Pope Benedict XVI, with Maltese cross emblems on his robe. The four-spoked Maltese cross within a circle is a key symbol of sun worship. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
<p>Priests of Dagon the fish god wore mitres and capes.<br /><br />Public Domain https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dagon_2.jpg</p>
Priests of Dagon the fish god wore mitres and capes.Public Domain https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dagon_2.jpg
<p>The ankh as shown in an Egyptian carving. <br /><br /> Source: <em>Great Controversy Picture CD</em>, LLT Productions.</p>
The ankh as shown in an Egyptian carving. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
<p>The triple crown of the papacy. <br /><br /> Source: <em>Great Controversy Picture CD</em>, LLT Productions.</p>
The triple crown of the papacy. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
<p>This relief from an ancient Babylonian site shows priests of Dagon with pails of "holy water" and hyssop bushes to sprinkle faithful worshipers. This ritual is still seen today in the Catholic and Orthodox religions. <br /><br />Notice the symbol of the sun above the the priests with wavy rays emanating from it. These wavy lines represent the female. <br /><br /> Source: <em>Great Controversy Picture CD</em>, LLT Productions.</p>
This relief from an ancient Babylonian site shows priests of Dagon with pails of "holy water" and hyssop bushes to sprinkle faithful worshipers. This ritual is still seen today in the Catholic and Orthodox religions. Notice the symbol of the sun above the the priests with wavy rays emanating from it. These wavy lines represent the female. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
<p>Pope John Paul II wearing a fish mitre, and carrying a staff with both a bent cross and a pine cone fertility symbol. Notice the four-spoked solar symbol on his mitre and the Maltese cross on his robe. <br /><br />Page 37 of Catholic historian Theodore Maynard's <em>The Story of American Catholicism</em> says, "&ldquo;It has often been charged..that Catholicism is overlaid with many pagan incrustations. Catholicism, it must be added, is ready to accept the accusation&mdash;and even to make it her boast." <br /><br />Note also the arms of Jesus shaped down into a "V" on the Pope's staff. This is a sign used in occultism to show victory over the Son of God. <br /><br /> Source: <em>Great Controversy Picture CD</em>, LLT Productions.</p>
Pope John Paul II wearing a fish mitre, and carrying a staff with both a bent cross and a pine cone fertility symbol. Notice the four-spoked solar symbol on his mitre and the Maltese cross on his robe. Page 37 of Catholic historian Theodore Maynard's The Story of American Catholicism says, "“It has often been charged..that Catholicism is overlaid with many pagan incrustations. Catholicism, it must be added, is ready to accept the accusation—and even to make it her boast." Note also the arms of Jesus shaped down into a "V" on the Pope's staff. This is a sign used in occultism to show victory over the Son of God. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
<p>Babylonian, Assyrian, and Roman Catholic triple crowns. <br /><br />Compiled by Amazing Discoveries.</p>
Babylonian, Assyrian, and Roman Catholic triple crowns. Compiled by Amazing Discoveries.
<p>A fish depicted on a Hindu carving. The fish is a common pagan symbol for the pagan god Dagon. This appears not only in ancient reliefs, and Catholicism, but also other religions, such as Hinduism shown here. <br />Copyright Amazing Discoveries</p>
A fish depicted on a Hindu carving. The fish is a common pagan symbol for the pagan god Dagon. This appears not only in ancient reliefs, and Catholicism, but also other religions, such as Hinduism shown here. Copyright Amazing Discoveries
<p>A fish icon from ancient Egypt shown here with the horns of the bull on top. The bull represented the elephant. These creatures become symbols of the sun god, which is why you see bull worship and elephant worship. The horns between the eyes of the bull are also a symbol of the half moon or sickle moon, which becomes the womb of the woman which receives the rebirth of the sun god. <br /><br /> Source: <em>Great Controversy Picture CD</em>, LLT Productions.</p>
A fish icon from ancient Egypt shown here with the horns of the bull on top. The bull represented the elephant. These creatures become symbols of the sun god, which is why you see bull worship and elephant worship. The horns between the eyes of the bull are also a symbol of the half moon or sickle moon, which becomes the womb of the woman which receives the rebirth of the sun god. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
<p>Pope Innocent III, with a hat resembling the apparel of Dagon's preists</p>
<p>Public Domain https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Innozenz3.jpg</p>
Pope Innocent III, with a hat resembling the apparel of Dagon's preists Public Domain https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Innozenz3.jpg
<p>Catholic Cardinals in purple and red.</p>
<p>CC Sharealike Eddy Van 3000 on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/e3000/3542591521/in/photolist-e93Znp-7w2gmX-7JM29x-6p3H3a-ggSd8-5F3i5e-dcwYd4-c8fSus-ee5MS-6hsn9</p>
Catholic Cardinals in purple and red. CC Sharealike Eddy Van 3000 on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/e3000/3542591521/in/photolist-e93Znp-7w2gmX-7JM29x-6p3H3a-ggSd8-5F3i5e-dcwYd4-c8fSus-ee5MS-6hsn9
<p><span>Pope Pius X in papal tiara.</span></p>
Pope Pius X in papal tiara.