Saturday, April 17, 2010

Who is this Woman?


Who is this woman who calls herself the "Queen of Heaven?"

Is this surely the same virgin Mary of the Bible who declared herself the handmaiden of the Lord instead of a Queen?

"And Mary said, Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word. And the angel departed from her." Luke 1:38

Is this the same Mary in the Bible who told others to do whatever Jesus told them to do?

"His mother saith unto the servants, Whatsoever he saith unto you, do it." John 2:5

She was blessed to be chosen as an earthly vessel to carry Jesus in her womb, but was she anything more? Jesus only recognized those who did His Father's will and called them his own family.


"While he yet talked to the people, behold, his mother and his brethren stood without, desiring to speak with him. 

Then one said unto him, Behold, thy mother and thy brethren stand without, desiring to speak with thee.

But he answered and said unto him that told him, Who is my mother? and who are my brethren?

And he stretched forth his hand toward his disciples, and said, Behold my mother and my brethren!

For whosoever shall do the will of my Father which is in heaven, the same is my brother, and sister, and mother."  Matthew 12:46-50


Why would the Creator worship or obey His own creation?

Mary was a humble servant of the Lord who was willing to obey her Lord. She was married to Joseph and after Jesus was born, they had many children. 


So, who is this Queen of Heaven? ......



Once upon a time, sometimes after the flood of Noah....

Noah's grandson named Nimrod was exceedingly evil. He created the Babylonian religion that defied God. He was also the one that built the tower of Babel. He married his own mother who was called Queen Semiramis.

His mother told everyone that the moon conceived her and birthed her. She called herself the Queen of Heaven in their Babylonian religion. (IMPORTANT).

Nimrod's uncle killed him and cut up his body in many pieces. The only piece missing was his male genital (which is why obelisks are created in his honor after his male genital).

His mother became pregnant and birthed a child named Tammuz. She told everyone that Tammuz was Nimrod reborn. She demanded worship of her son as the Queen of Heaven and the messiah child.



Nimrod is also known as baal, the sun god. Semiramis is also known as Dinah, Isis.. and Mary. Tammuz was the name of the false "messiah" of Babylon. After Constantine, Jesus began to appear in images with long hair like Tammuz.


 This "Queen of Heaven" worship is all over the world, but it is Semiramis, the evil Babylonian queen.



Notice the ring of light around their heads? This is a form of sun worship. Millions of Catholics worship them on SUN-day, a day created by the Catholic church as day in honor of the sun god Baal.


The Roman Catholic Church was originated in a pagan country called Rome. This country was heavily Pagan for centuries. The Roman Catholic Church is Paganism disguised as Christian. All they did was change their names, but Catholics are unknowingly worshiping Babylonian gods. The Vatican are very aware but want to keep it their dirty little secret.

The Bible warns us NOT to worship the queen of heaven,


"The children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me to anger." Jeremiah 7:18 

And the Bible warns us of a mystery Babylon (read Revelation 17) which is alive today and in practice. It is a mystery that deceives many because it is disguised as Christianity. It is the Babylonian religion of today's world and God will send his final judgment and destroy it once and for all.

And finally, God warns us urgently to:

"And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues." Revelation 18:4


Do not be deceived.

"For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect." Matthew 24:24 






A Voice in the Wilderness

4 comments:

cassie said...

Your information is historically inaccurate, you misrepresent the teachings of the Catholic Church, and you show ignorance and bigotry in every sentence.

May Our Lord help you to the truth.
In Christ Jesus' Name. Amen.

Susan said...

To elaborate on what Cassie said, I'd like to comment on some of the inaccuracies. First, I will say that I have my degrees in archaeology and Egyptology, focusing on religious iconography; I was raised Southern Baptist, but converted to Catholicism after much study and prayer.

So first - when we call Mary "Queen of Heaven" it is in recognition of the fact that Jesus is our King. Since the queen in the Davidic kingdom was the queen mother, and Mary is Jesus' mother, she is the queen. We do not worship her, but we do honour her because God honoured her in choosing her to bear Christ within her womb. We simply fulfil her prophecy that all generations will call her blessed (Luke 2)

Now, about the other things. Nimrod was never associated with the god Baal or Osiris (the myth of being cut into pieces is an Osiris myth). Semiramis was not his wife - they are separated by quite a long time span. She is not synonomous with Diana or Isis or Mary. Tammuz was a shepherd god, if I remember correctly, and also not associated with Semiramis (a queen, not a goddess). I know Hislop wrote all those claims, and he has been much quoted by others, but his claims do not hold up in light of historical and archaeological evidence.

Also, while some pagan goddesses may have had the title "queen of heaven", this does not mean that it is used in the same way when Catholics speak of Mary like that, or that we worship her. In the same way, a pagan god having the title "lord of lords" doesn't mean we can't use that title for Jesus.

We worship on Sunday not because we worship the sun (we don't), but because it is the day on which our Saviour arose. The name of the day of the week really means nothing. After all, someone who worships in Saturday isn't automatically worshipping Saturn.

I would encourage you to truly research what the Church teaches. Look at primary sources whenever possible, since those are the most accurate. Another good site is Scripture Catholic. May God bless you.

A Voice in the Wilderness said...

Thanks for your reply. You said that you do not worship this woman, but perhaps our definitions of worship differ. The Bible says that she was a human woman, and even that it is a sin to be a respecter of persons. She was a chosen vessel, but not the queen of heaven, nor the mother of Christ that was there before the world began. The queen of heaven is forbidden to worship by God in Jeremiah 44, also in Jeremiah 7:18. God never told us to uphold Mary in any high manner, but that in scripture, she only gave glory to Christ. Christ, knowing all things, called her "woman" and said that whoever does the will of God is his mother, brother, sister, etc. (Matthew 12:46-50) Glory belongs to God alone and His will in Christ Jesus.

Archaeology cat said...

Another good page: http://www.davidmacd.com/catholic/mary_a_pagan_goddess.htm

 

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