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Solar wheels, which are often eight-spoked, or two wheels superimposed upon each other, are common in pagan religions as well as in Catholicism. It is clear that Catholicism is a conglomerate of pagan rituals, traditions, and symbols. 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.
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.
This Assyrian king is wearing a Maltese cross, just like the one seen on the Pope's robe. Notice also the sun worship symbols above his hand. The symbol above his hand is the 8-spoked pagan solar wheel. Copyright Amazing Discoveries.
Babylonian King worshiping the sun god Shamash. The sun disc and other symbols represent the moon god, the sun god, and the goddess Ishtar. Source: Wikimedia Commons
Assyrio-Babylonian altar, depicting the 8-spoked wheel of the sun. This one depicts the curved and straight rays, representing the union of male and female. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
Picture of Mary with a solar symbol. Note the halo behind her as well. Source: Great Controversy Picture CD, LLT Productions.
St. Peter's Square. Notice the sun wheel pattern on the ground consisting of 8 spokes and obelisk in the middle. Also notice the cross with the circle around it under the obelisk—the primary sun symbol. Copyright Amazing Discoveries.