Paganism 31

(NOTE: Some of the themes of these articles may not be appropriate for young readers. Please keep that in mind when sharing this information).

It is written:

“But there were also false prophets among the people, even as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Lord who bought them, and bring on themselves swift destruction.” (2 Peter 2:1)

We have been studying about the pagan religions perversions regarding sex, and their practice of ritual sex magic. When the religion of Christ came into the world, the pagan religions began to infiltrate the church in an attempt to corrupt the teachings of the Messiah. One of the most prominent heretical groups of the early church was known as the Gnostics. These people tried to combine the teachings of Christ with pagan Greek religions of the day, and these teachings and practices were sheltered in organizations such as the Masonic Lodge. Albert Pike himself declares that Freemasonry is “the custodian and depository of the great philosophical and religious truths, unknown to the world at large, and handed down from age to age by an unbroken current of tradition, embodied in symbols, emblems, and allegories.”. (Albert Pike, Morals And Dogma Of The Ancient And Accepted Scottish Rite Of Freemasonry, 177 (Kindle Edition)). One of the splinter groups of the Lodge, known as the Illuminati, continues to wield great power in the world today.

One member of the Illuminati, Clément de Saint-Marcq, wrote in 1906 of the teachings and practices of these Gnostic based practitioners. Please remember that these words are very graphic, and I have wondered if I should share them here. I have decided to do so, because they represent the thinking and practices of these pagan groups, as well as the people that they are continuing to initiative, even in our world today.

“Let us approach the principal subject which occupies us and open the Gospel of Saint John, chapter 6 verse 47 and following. Here we have the teachings upon which the Eucharist is founded. 47. In truth, in truth I say to you, those who believe in me have eternal life. 48. I am the bread of life. 49. Your fathers, who have eaten the manna in the desert, they are dead. 50. This is the bread which is descended from heaven so that those who eat of it never die. 51. I am the living bread which is descended from heaven, if anyone eats of this bread, he lives eternally, and the bread I give is my flesh which I give for the life of the world. 52. The Jews have disputes amongst themselves; how can this man give us of his flesh to eat? 53. Jesus said to them “In truth, in truth, I say to you: if you eat of the flesh of the Son of Man, and if you drink his blood, you will no longer have life in yourselves. 54. He who eats of my flesh and drinks of my blood has eternal life, and I shall resurrect him on the last day. 55. Because my flesh is truly a nourishment and my blood is truly a beverage. Let us pose then this question: How does a man give of his flesh to eat and of his blood to drink without cutting himself or rending his limbs, without injuring himself, without damaging the integrity of his body? This problem brings a solution and brings only one solution. We have no choice. We are obliged to take that which science furnishes us with: the procreative semen is a comestible material, semi-solid, semi-liquid, which therefore can be eaten or drunk; it is at once the flesh and the blood of the man who provides it, because in it is found the germ of his possible descendance, which is the flesh of his flesh and the fruit of his blood. It is therefore under the auspices of sperm that the flesh of Jesus Christ was able truly to be a nourishment and his blood a beverage. We have seen that, according to the teachings of the Messiah, it is absolutely necessary to eat His flesh and drink His blood to achieve eternal life. Submitting to this injunction, certain faithful therefore approached their master and received from Him a portion of the sacred substance which immortalized them. But after them, once the master had departed, how could He continue His celestial generosity? Who could still invite the poor humans to the royal feast of God? The following verse responds to us on this point: 56. He who eats of my flesh and drinks of my blood lives in me and I in him. There is the basis of the indefinite extension of the person of Jesus; His universal presence amongst all the members of His church. Each one of those who took part in the holy communion, of the flesh and the blood, becoming by that action a new body of Christ, a prolongation of the personality of the Master; everyone of them in their turn is a sacred source to whom other faithful could come to draw forth the explanations given by the mouth of the Savior, and the living waters of spiritual regeneration in the substance which propagates His divinity. From transmission to transmission, it is always the same act repeated with the same words, and the same effects, which still brings to life among us, in thousands of different places, the figure of the founder of Christianity.” (Leo Lyon Zagami, Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume I: The Whole Truth About The Illuminati and the New World Order, 1984-2013 (Kindle Edition); San Fransisco, CA; Consortium of Collective Consciousness Publishing)

The “flesh and blood” that Jesus speaks of in John 6 had a reference to two things, both of which are clearly laid out in the Gospels.

First, the reference is to the teachings of Christ. As Jesus Himself declared clearly:

John 6:6-63-It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing. The words that I speak to you are spirit, and they are life.

Second, there is undoubtedly a reference is to the Lord’s Supper.

Matthew 26:26-28-And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to the disciples and said, “Take, eat; this is My body.” 27  Then He took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. 28  For this is My blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.

Our pagan friends will often take passages of Scripture and twist them out of context in order to try and justify their religious teachings and practices.

We will now carefully examine our studies into what pagans other activists pagans are involved in.

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