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Something fishy going on in the Vatican

By Pastor Rune Enoe, Director of Theological Science

Pastor Rune Enoe, Director of Theological Science.Brethren and Sistren!

Let us take a look at the head-dress worn by popes and bishops. The so-called mitre: Fish

It's easy to see - unless you're a Catholic of course - that the pope is wearing a fish-head at the top of his own. Obviously he thinks two brains are better than one.

The mitre is just one example of how all the trappings of the Catholic church are of PAGAN origin without any scriptural basis. The following picture is a stone relief showing a priest of the ancient fish-god Dagon More...

Fish Cardinal Gonzalo Jiménez de Cisneros


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Jeb Stuart Thurmond (05-09-2007 09:38 AM): ITALIAN catholics, at that. Did you pass this on to SoccerItalia? If you don't, I will. I did. He just ignored it, and kept on with his "sure Italians have never won a war, ever, but we like to pretend ...
MitzaLizalor (30-07-2018 06:37 AM): :fear2:Brethren and Sistren Before the Great Purge I made a post about the head-dress worn by popes and bishops. The so-called mitre: 27351 It's easy to see - unless you're a Catholic of course ...
Father Maurice Lester (31-07-2018 10:04 PM): Well duh. Jesus was a carpenter. Carpenters use miter saws. The Popes have always found a way to honour the works of Jesus. All of his work and not just the fancy stuff. Bless you, my 2x4's in a ...
MitzaLizalor (31-07-2018 10:17 PM): Well duh. Jesus was a carpenter. Carpenters use miter saws. The Popes have always found a way to honour the works of Jesus. All of his work and not just the fancy stuff. Bless you, my ...
Ezekiel Bathfire (01-08-2018 10:05 PM): Well duh. Jesus was a carpenter. Carpenters use miter saws. The Popes have always found a way to honour the works of Jesus. All of his work and not just the fancy stuff. Bless you, my 2x4's in a metric ...
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