The Pagan Symbols of Christianity

IMGThou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:
Exodus 20:4 (KJV)

Make no mistake folks; there is a lot of power in Satan’s kingdom whether you choose to accept it or not. Today we have men and women who are every bit as skilled as the magicians of Pharaoh’s court who were able to replicate most of the plagues. The churches have kept us dumbed down about the extent of Satan’s power and many Christians do not even understand that he is the current ruler of this world, not Christ. If you have either of these symbols or any other graven images you must get rid of them and repent for giving them any respect.

The Cross

Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.
Matthew 16:24 (KJV)

Of all the symbols in the world perhaps the most recognized is the cross. As we all know Christ died for our sins on it thereby securing eternal life for those who believe in and follow Him. But did He mean for us to wear it around our necks or place it on our walls and buildings? Did Christ’s disciples wear crosses? When Christ told us to take up our cross did He mean a piece of jewelry?

It is what was done for us on the cross that matters not the two crossed sticks of wood. Why do we make graven images of things when scripture warns us not to?

For there are certain men crept in unawares, who were before of old ordained to this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness, and denying the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ.
Jude 1:4 (KJV)

The above Masonic illustration is vital to understanding the esoteric meaning of the cross to Freemasons. We see a cross surrounded by much light and the Latin phrase “In Hoc Signo Vinces” which means “You will conquer in this sign”. Like all symbols this has dual meaning; one for the world at large and the other for those in the craft.

Persecution was Not Working

The symbol refers to the legend of Constantine, the first Roman emperor to publically embrace Christianity. It is important to note that up until this time all the efforts by the Caesars to supress Christianity were an utter failure. It was growing like crazy, even as Christians were martyred by being thrown to the lions. They had to change their tactics.

As the legend goes Constantine had a vision of this cross in the sky and the Latin phrase was seen above it. He took it as a sign that he should mark this symbol on the shields of his army and embrace Christianity. In some versions of the story the symbol Constantine saw was the labarum, not the cross. In any case this marked a 180 degree change in the way Christianity was dealt with by the Roman government.

But the esoteric meaning of this symbol to the Freemasons is quite different. To them the cross was a means to infiltrate Christian circles and subsequently take them over. What they discovered long ago and still applies today is that Christians are easily deceived like sheep. These wicked men set up the religious systems and we accepted them as brothers in Christ; not based on their fruits but based on two crossed sticks they stuck on their buildings. So when the enlightened Freemason sees this symbol he understands it to mean “In this sign you will conquer (the Christians)”. They used the symbol of the cross to deceive us into accepting them as fellow Christians and thereby teach us their doctrines of devils thus sabotaging Christianity.

Of course that is not to say that everything they teach is lies that is simply not the case. All of the religions and denominations have at the very least an element of truth to their doctrines, or else who would ever believe them? But in the case of Christianity what has happened is that we have allowed these churches and their clergy to become a substitute for a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;
1 Timothy 2:5 (KJV)

Even though Protestants left the Catholic Church which teaches plainly that the Pope is the Vicar (substitute) of Christ, they still look to their pastors for Godly approval. People began to think they were going to Heaven because their pastor approves them. But God has no step children; we either have a personal relationship with Him or none at all.

The Star of David

IMGTo most Christians the so called ‘Star of David’ is a symbol of God’s chosen people, the Jews. After all, Israel uses this symbol on their national flag. However my research has turned up quite the opposite. Far from being a Godly symbol this star is commonly used for the summoning of demons. It is referred to by several names; Star of David, the hexagram, triangle of Solomon, seal of Solomon. The bible refers to it as the star of Remphan:

Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.
Acts 7:43 (KJV)

One must realize that this is not a single six sided symbol, but rather two three sided symbols intertwined. One is an upward pointing triangle, the other a down. In his occult writings Eliphas Levi refers to this as the ‘triangle of Solomon’. The two intertwined triangles are also known as the ‘seal of Solomon’ and it is believed that he used them in ritual magick. It should come as no surprise that Solomon participated in such things as it is plainly stated in the bible that he served the false gods and built high places for them.

In Eliphas Levi’s Hermetic writing “The Dogma and Ritual of High Magic” we find a fascinating illustration. Here we clearly see this symbol depicted in the form of a man. Within the graphic we find the words: ’‘Quod Superius Macroprosopus, Quod Inferius Microprosopus.’  This phrase is the equivalent of the Latin phrase ‘Quod superius sicut quot inferius’ which means ‘As above, so below.’

The best way to explain the esoteric meaning of the intertwined triangles is to compare them to the up and down symbols we see on elevators. The upward pointing triangle is used to represent man’s attempts to reach God, especially through religion. This is why we see the upward pointing triangle in many religions; including Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism, Freemasonry, Mormonism, Jehovah’s Witnesses and Catholicism. Even Alcoholics Anonymous uses the triangle.

Knowing this we can plainly see that the pyramid is a three dimensional representation of this upward pointing triangle. This is why the Pharaohs were buried inside these shapes. Spiritually speaking, it was believed that doing so pointed the path for their souls upward to the gods.  Of course this is the same reason we press the up arrow when at the elevator, to reach a “higher plane”.

The three dimensional representation of this symbol is even more interesting. It is called the Merkabah which seems to be best translated as ‘vehicle’. It has apparently been used for millennia by mystics for transportation; specifically astral travel and even teleportation.

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