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The Sovereign Pontiff The Two Babylons Alexander Hislop

Inand not before, did he publicly lay claim to the possession of Peter’s hislol. Amounts shown in italicized text are for items listed in currency other than Canadian dollars and are approximate conversions to Canadian dollars based upon Bloomberg’s conversion rates. John 42k Section IV. From the Pope downwards, all can be shown to be now radically Babylonian. Item Location see all Item Location. These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth.

But the book of “Peter-Roma” accounts for what otherwise is entirely inexplicable. For this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.

Janus, the two-headed god, “who had lived in two worlds,” was the Babylonian divinity as an incarnation of Noah. Then we have evidence that he was worshipped. The excavations of Nineveh have put this beyond all possibility of doubt. Easter 41k Section III. Now, moving slowly up, ,as the two armed lines of aexander, appeared a long procession of ecclesiastics, bishops, canons, and cardinals, preceding the Roman pontiff, who was borne on a gilded chair, clad in vestments resplendent as the sun.

It was not shepherd- kings that the Egyptians abhorred, but Roi-Tzan, “shepherds of vabilonias ” Gen The Pope, therefore, when he set up as the High-priest of Janus, assumed also the ” jus vertendi cardinis ,” “the power of turning the hinge,”–of opening and hisolp in the blasphemous Pagan sense.

And that opportunity it had. How the Pope came to be regarded as wielding the power of these keys will appear in the sequel; but that he did, in the popular apprehension, become entitled to that power at the period referred to is certain. The words of Scripture, in regard to this very subject, give a very solemn but satisfactory answer 2 Thess 2: The same was the case with the Chaldean Pontiff, and the system over babjlonias he presided.


Now, what say the worshippers of the apostolic succession to all this?

Las Dos Babilonias (spanish Edition) Alexander Hislop

Purgatory and Prayers for the Dead 10k. He bestows, too, mathesis on souls, by unfolding the will of the father of Jupiter, and this he accomplishes as the angel or messenger of Jupiter This, surely, is a striking coincidence. Hermes Trismegistus seems to have been regarded as a new incarnation of Thoth, and possessed of higher honours. Yea, we have the strongest evidence that, alexandeg countries far removed from one another, and far distant from Rome, these keys were known by initiated Pagans not merely as lae “keys of Peter,” but as the keys of a Peter identified with Rome.

Certain it is that Nimrod’s deified successors have generally been represented with the crook or crosier. When, however, the seat of empire was removed to the East, and Constantinople threatened to eclipse Rome, some new ground for maintaining the dignity of the Bishop of Rome must be sought.

Since then, instead of sanctifying men, it has only been the means of demoralising them, and making them “twofold babllonias the children of hell” than they would have been had they been left simply to themselves. That Peter the apostle was ever Bishop of Alexadner has been proved again and again to be an arrant fable.

Christmas and Lady-day 35k Section II. The answer to this, in the first place, is, that the Pope stole it from the Roman augur. The other was, when, to use the words of Layard, “the head of the fish formed a mitre above that of the man, while its scaly, fan-like tail fell as a cloak behind, leaving the human limbs and feet exposed.

Idol Procession 15k Section II. Layard seems to think the instrument referred to, which is borne by the king, “attired as high priest in his sacrificial robes,” a sickle; but any one who attentively examines it will see that it is a crosier, adorned with studs, as is commonly the case even now with the Roman crosiers, only, that instead of being held erect, it is held downwards.


About was he raised to the position which gave him, in Pagan estimation, the power of the keys referred to. The priest who explained the Mysteries to the initiated was sometimes called by a Greek term, the Hierophant; but in primitive Chaldee, the real language of the Mysteries, his title, as pronounced without the points, was “Peter”–i.

There were two ways in which Dagon was anciently represented. Easter The Two Babylons: To enable the Pope, however, to rise to the full plenitude of power which he now asserts, the co-operation of others was needed. In the Eleusinian Mysteries at Athens, when the candidates for initiation were instructed in the secret doctrine of Paganism, the explanation of that doctrine was read to them out of a book called by ordinary writers the “Book Petroma”; that is, as we are told, a book formed of stone.

Hislop Table of Contents. In Layard, it may be seen in a more ornate form, and nearly resembling the papal crosier as borne at this day. The real pedigree of the far-famed chair of Peter will appear from the following fact: Please enable JavaScript on your browserthen try again. Pharaoh in Genesis, without the points, is “Phe-Roe.

The keys that the Pope bore were the keys of a “Peter” well known to the Pagans initiated in the Chaldean Mysteries. Now Janus, whose key the Pope usurped with that of his wife or mother Cybele, was also Dagon.

What think they now of their vaunted orders as derived from Peter of Rome? This was the case in Babylon and Nineveh, as the extant monuments show. Turn off email alerts.

That he ever even set foot in Rome is at the best highly doubtful. Whence came the crosier?