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The Pope with Dagon as his shadow.
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Maestro74's avatar
Maestro74Student Traditional Artist
sad but true..
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
Yes...
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ArtifexUrielProfessional General Artist
Not everyone will understand how deep this is, and the message behind it, but its a great illustration!
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
Thanks, I appreciate it.
godofwarlover's avatar
You do realize Peter was the first Pope, right? Also, Dagon is worshippd by Cthulhu cultists
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
Nope. Peter was married and Paul is the one who went to Rome (not Peter). When Paul wrote to Rome he addressed and saluted the great Christians there (in his letters) but did not even mention Peter.

Rome is full of myths which is fitting as they come right out of the mystery religions (Dagon worship included. The Pope still wears the fish-hat of the Dagon Priests).

Don't know about the Cthulu thing. Thought that was just from a sci-fi book.

Anyways, I'll leave it at that. No need to beat a dead horse.
godofwarlover's avatar
Peter was crucified in Rome though
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
The 66 historical books (the Bible) don't let us know how or where Peter died. It's just speculation.
godofwarlover's avatar
There's also St. Peter's Bascilia in Rome that is his tomb
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
There is no historical proof that that is his tomb. Just because people make a claim, does that make it automatically true? Also, if Peter were still alive today he'd be appalled at the worshipped idol of him they built where his alleged 'tomb' is. Rome has violated the 2nd Commandment by doing this (Catholics leave the 2nd commandment out of their fake Bible because they violate this commandment so often).

You don't have to believe me. Feel free to look up these things yourself. :nod:
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
There is no historical proof that that is his tomb. Just because people make a claim, does that make it automatically true? Also, if Peter were still alive today he'd be appalled at the worshipped idol of him they built where his alleged 'tomb' is. Rome has violated the 2nd Commandment by doing this (Catholics leave the 2nd commandment out of their fake Bible because they violate this commandment so often).

You don't have to believe me. Feel free to look up these things yourself. :nod:
godofwarlover's avatar
Jack Chick's a nutcase though
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
I've spoken with him over email and I can tell you that he's not. :shrug:
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Kieranfoy's avatar
Man. Almost makes me like Catholocism, which is a miracle in and of itself.

So, you've made Catholics miraculous, which means that they're performing Lovecraftian miracles in the name of Dagon!

Hey, that'd be a good plot for a story.
KingNot's avatar
"In Ancient times, there appeared several "abominations" from the sea, having a complicated form between a fish and a man. The creature's body was that of a fish blended with that of a man. Under the fish's head, it had another human head and also legs below. One of these abominations was named Odacon (ed. -da-on - "Dagon") The Double-shaped creature's voice was articulate and human. During the day, it conversed with men, but took no food. It gave them an insight into letters and science and every kind of art. It taught them to construct houses, to found temples, to compile laws, and explained the principles of geometry. It made them distinguish the seeds of the earth, and showed them how to collect fruits. In short, it instructed men in everything that would humanize mankind. But when the sun set, it was the custom of the abomination to plunge into the sea and abide all night in the deep. For it was amphibious." -Babylonian account of the founders of civilization
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
Hi! Yes, that's very similar to the account I heard, about the beginning of the pagan worship of Dagon. Thank you for posting this. :)
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jmsnooksHobbyist Traditional Artist
I never much cared for Catholocism. It seems to me that any ideology which puts a human authority structure above God's word has to be heresy. I never bought into the whole "Pope speaks for God" bit, when the Bible tells us that we test whether the claim that someone speaks for God is true based upon whether or not what they are saying lines up with the word. The fact that the last Pope accepted evolutionism as doctrinal truth just made it even worse. And if the Bible really can be superseded like that then it would either mean that God is retarded or that he continually changes his mind.

Anyways, nicely done, great details. I am surprised though that you didn't get any crap for submitting this. You must have uploaded it in an odd hour.
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
Thanks for the nice comments! I agree with what you said. I could go on for hours on this subject but I'll spare you. LOL
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jmsnooksHobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem, yea I don't care for the Catholic church. I don't consider it to be a Christian denomination like Baptist or AG, and my default assumption is that Catholics are not Christians, even though I know intellectually that some of them are.
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SteelwoolStudent Traditional Artist
Well off i go to hell then....WEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeee

*Bursts into flames*
ozziecobblepot's avatar
I bet you met Jack Chick, before. Did you?
Jack was BIG here in Indonesia...
But too bad The Alberto Rivera's series didn't get here in Indonesia, it would be awesome though!

Yes, as the book said, there's proofs that pointing the Catholic ascends from an Ancient Babylonian belief.

However, some catholics reformed and made charismatical changes today.

I hope those are for positively good, not a mask
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SlayerSyrenaProfessional General Artist
Hi- I have spoken to Jack Chick before, but only over email. He is a very kind-hearted man.

Maybe you could email Chick publications about the lack of the Alberto series in Indonesia?
ozziecobblepot's avatar
Yes, Jack is a kind Elder yet powerful in evangelism these days.

Jack did told years ago me that Alberto weren't supossed to be passed to Indonesians for several reason and connects with the issues of the Chirstian's safetiness...
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