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Catechism lesson illustrates Rome as a beast from the sea

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Babylonian dogmas, Greek philosophy and structures of Medo-Persia are characteristics of the Catholic Church. A teaching from the Catechism for the Faithful Lambs clarifies the Church of Rome as the “beast out of the sea” of Revelation 13.

Church of Rome proves Revelation 13

The Roman Catholic Church pursues its very own “thing” with its dogmas. Thematically based on the gospel, but its statements are distorted, torn and sometimes twisted into the opposite for one’s own world and God concepts. The gospel is not the basis of morality for this church, but the Greek philosophy of natural law.

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The gospel is not the basis of faith for this church, but rather the customs of ancient Egypt, via Babylon, which partly existed parallel to this at the time. These completely obstinate dogmas were enforced by state power based on Roman law. This colorful mix of paganism, referred to as Christianity, can be found in the Catholic catechism, accompanied by the Codex Iuris Canonici. Once established dogmas are promulgated “ex cathedra”, i.e. immovable and unchangeable. Entirely modeled on the Medo-Persian legal system.

This constellation reflects impressively the description of the “beast out of the sea” in Revelation 13. This beast stands on bear feet, has a body like a leopard and a jaw like a lion. From Daniel 7 we can see that the lion represents Babylon, the leopard represents Greece, and the bear represents Medo-Persia. The Roman Catholic Church “roars” Babylonian teachings, stands on Medo-Persia structures and defines morality according to Plato, Aristotle and Co.

An excerpt from the catechism

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An auxiliary bishop tells stories from the Catholic catechism

These descriptions, which are correct in Revelation, are shown (once again) in the explanations of the auxiliary bishop Dominikus Schaderlapp as part of his catechism series in the Catholic online magazine “Die Tagespost“. “Protect the climate, procreate” is the title of this catechism edition. It deals with the creation of man, his purpose in life and his tasks. According to this, the “crowning of creation” was created by God in order to recognize and love Him.

Deification of humans

The auxiliary bishop declares that Christ came “to exalt and deify mankind”. The world is now experiencing the consequences of man not accepting creation but exploiting it. “We didn’t choose the composition of the air we breathe, but we have found that if we don’t follow this composition and, for example, ensure that the CO2 content of the air is increased, the consequences will be catastrophic,” says Schwaderlapp .

Reproduction according to natural law

Man was created as male and female. This also applies if there are biologically justified deviations. According to the auxiliary bishop, the gender cannot be chosen. One has to accept the gender and this also applies in its fertile dimension. After all, the gender difference not only serves to pass on love but also life.

The diabolical lie of divinity

The assertion that Jesus deifies people is not only fundamentally wrong, but directly the first lie the serpent used to seduce Eve. “In no way shall you die,” said the deceiver, though God made it clear that breaking His law meant death. The Church of Rome has contained this lie and also the other two Lies of the Serpent adopted and teaches them officially as Catholic dogmas.

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Apart from the scientifically completely absurd claim that this combated trace gas in the air is a trigger for catastrophes instead of the “basic food” for plants (photosynthesis) established by God, the auxiliary bishop again emphasizes the “mother earth” to be protected. This topic has also been on the agenda of the Roman Catholic Church since “Laudato si”. Nature takes center stage. God dwells in His creation and is omnipresent in its innumerable manifestations. A pantheism already believed in ancient Rome. The worship of creation instead of the Creator. The sun is at the center here, just as it was in Egypt, in Babylon, in ancient Greece and also in ancient Rome. A sun god with his many names.

Reproduction according to natural law

Greece’s philosophers are Rome’s role models

The head of the auxiliary bishop, Pope Francis, emphasized it again just a few months ago. According to the pontiff, homosexuality is a sin. However, he did not rely on the statutes of God, but justified this, since this form of sexuality contradicts nature. Reproduction is not possible in this way. Thus, based on the natural law represented by the Catholic Church, it comes to the constellation that contraceptives are a greater offense than rape. The latter could eventually provide for offspring. This natural law is at the center of the Church of Rome and it is not for nothing that Revelation 13 describes the beast from the sea in the form of a leopard. The “A New Look at the Natural Law” can also be read. The modern Babylon, how it feels and (still) lives!

Catechism lesson illustrates Rome as a beast from the sea
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