Above image - "unbloody sacrifice" decoded by Alexander Hislop: "The child she brought forth was He-Siri, "the Seed," or, as he was most frequently called in Assyria, "Bar," which signifies at once "the Son" and "the Corn.".
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".....Hieronymus had at his disposal all the still existing scriptures about the teachings of Jesus available at that time. He knew very well, for instance, that Jesus ate no meat and also taught that one should love the animals and not kill them.....
The Jesuit abstention from meat was Absolute Lawways a thorn in the side of the church. Pope Pope John III (561-574) even cursed vegetarians. He proclaimed this anathema (= curse) at the 1st Synod of Braga (Portugal).“If anyone holds meat dishes, which God gave the people to enjoy, to be impure and ... abstains from them ..., may he be excommunicated.”Did Hieronymus translate an ancient original gospel?......."
Well I too could be a Nazi-animal lover. Not a month ago I saved a wounded bird bringing it to the seat of the League for Protection of Animals. I too believe that a wicked person usually doesn't love animals, but I don't have the cult of animals and I don't believe that religious devotion to animals to be adherent to the Holy Scriptures (and I find it enough perverted). There are many examples of wicked people loving animals:
Was Hitler a Vegetarian? The Paradox of the Nazi Animal Protection MovementWhat can we learn from Hitler's love of animals?
".....In 1933, Hermann Göring announced he would "commit to concentration camps those who still think they can treat animals as property." The feared Heinrich Himmler once asked his doctor, who was a hunter, "How can you find pleasure, Herr Kerstein, in shooting from behind at poor creatures browsing on the edge of a wood...It is really murder." Sax chronicles many other examples in his fascinating book Animals In the Third Reich: Pets, Scapegoats, And The Holocaust. Perhaps the most chilling episode in the bizarre annals of Nazi animal protectionism was a 1942 law banning pet-keeping by Jews. As a result, dogs and cats owned by Jews were rounded up and humanely euthanized according to the German regulations pertaining to pets. But unlike their companion animals, Jews themselves were not covered under the humane slaughter legislation.
Was Hitler a Vegetarian? Does It Matter?
Back to my argument with Laura....There is no doubt that Adolf Hitler claimed to be animal lover. In his 1938 autobiography, Mein Kampf, he describes how, when food was scarce, he would share his meager meals with mice. Hitler had a particular fondness for ravens, wolves and dogs. He abhorred hunting and horse-racing and referred to them as "the last remnants of a dead feudal world."
Was he a vegetarian? Arluke and Sax think so. Hitler once told a female companion who ordered sausage while they were on a date, "I didn't think you wanted to devour a dead corpse...the flesh of dead animals. Cadavers!" Hitler claimed that meat-eating was a major factor of the decline of civilization and that vegetarianism could rejuvenate society. His henchman Goebbels wrote in his diary, "The Fuhrer is a convinced vegetarian, on principle. His arguments cannot be refuted on any series basis. They are totally unanswerable."The extent of Hitler's vegetarianism, however, is a matter of dispute. Laura, for example, tells me that Hitler occasionally ate sausages. (See Rynn Berry's Hitler: Neither Vegetarian Nor Animal Lover.) I suspect that she is right and that Hitler was an inconsistent vegetarian. But so are most modern American "vegetarians", 70% of whom sometimes eat meat. (See this PT blog post.) More importantly, she and I agree that whether Adolf Hitler ate no meat, a little meat, or a lot of meat is completely unrelated to the arguments against eating animals. Simply because Hitler was (mostly) vegetarian in his dietary habits does not undermine the case for animal rights. ........"
Above image - "[Jesuit trained] Goebbels said, famously, 'The only real friend one has in the end is the dog. . .The more I get to know the human species, the more I care for my Benno.' Goebbels also agreed with Hitler that 'meat eating is a perversion in our human nature,' and that Christianity was a 'symptom of decay', since it did not urge vegetarianism. Rudolf Hess was another affectionate pet owner.(.....)Nazi leaders harboured affection towards animals but antipathy to humans. Hitler was given films by a maharaja which displayed animals killing people. The Fuehrer watched with equanimity. Another film showed humans killing animals. Hitler covered his eyes and begged to be told when the slaughter was over.
In the same passage in his diary from the 1920s quoted above, Goebbels wrote, 'As soon as I am with a person for three days, I don't like him any longer. . .I have learned to despise the human being from the bottom of my soul.'"
Also the Gospel confirm that if you kill an animal you could cause the unpleasant relocation of a spirit (demon) within:
Lu:8:32: And there was there an herd of many swine feeding on the mountain: and they besought him that he would suffer them to enter into them. And he suffered them.Therefore: do a 'good' work and be a vegetarian.
Lu:8:33: Then went the devils out of the man, and entered into the swine: and the herd ran violently down a steep place into the lake, and were choked.
Animal have to be loved not only because they can be considered a sort of biological 'barrack' hosting LEGION, but also because having they a very little consciousness and awareness they are condemned to NOT know the Gospel and the word of the Lord contained in the Bible; therefore, due to their very limited abstract 'intellectual' functions, they cannot absolutely understand the concept of Salvation. They understand no concept. For this reason also Satanism elected the animal at the rank of object of worship because in loving them "like your neighbor", you love their complete alienation from and impossibility to gain salvation. For this reason also in the paganism/heatenism (Satanism for the whole family) there's plenty of animal figures especially mixed with human figures creating cross overs: Satanism elected the animal of model for the human behavior and spiritual faculty, to counter the model of Jesus and the saints and all the righteous souls after Adam and Eve. Just in this precise theological Satanic goal there are the roots of the Evolutionist Science.
Are these ones the pagan and Satanist roots of the "unbloody" meal? A Continuing Sacrifice of the Mass?
"...He was, as we have seen, represented as delighting in blood. But she, as the mother of grace and mercy, as the celestial "Dove," as "the hope of the whole world," (BRYANT) was averse to blood, and was represented in a benign and gentle character. Accordingly, in Babylon she bore the name of Mylitta--that is, "The Mediatrix." *
by women with peculiar secrecy. In India the goddess Lakshmi, "the Mother of the Universe," the consort of Vishnu, is represented also as possessing the most gracious and genial disposition; and that disposition is indicated in the same way as in the case of the Babylonian goddess. "In the festivals of Lakshmi," says Coleman, "no sanguinary sacrifices are offered."
Thus, St. Alphonsus Liguori tells his readers that the sinner that ventures to come directly to Christ may come with dread and apprehension of His wrath; but let him only employ the mediation of the Virgin with her Son, and she has only to "show" that Son "the breasts that gave him suck," (Catholic Layman, July, 1856) and His wrath will immediately be appeased.
If the Hindoo story exhibits its "god of gods" in such a degrading light, how much more honouring is the Papal story to the Son of the Blessed, when it represents Him as needing to be pacified by His mother exposing to Him "the breasts that He has sucked." All this is done only to exalt the Mother, as more gracious and more compassionate than her glorious Son. Now, this was the very case in Babylon: and to this character of the goddess queen her favourite offerings exactly corresponded. Therefore, we find the women of Judah represented as simply "burning incense, pouring out drink-offerings, and offering cakes to the queen of heaven" (Jer 44:19). The cakes were "the unbloody sacrifice" she required. That "unbloody sacrifice" her votaries not only offered, but when admitted to the higher mysteries, they partook of, swearing anew fidelity to her. In the fourth century, when the queen of heaven, under the name of Mary, was beginning to be worshipped in the Christian Church, this "unbloody sacrifice" also was brought in.
From The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop; Chapter IV Section III The Sacrifice of the Mass.
See, about intestines & animals, the following my previous posts:
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Paul was right [Philippians 3:19 and Alexander Hislop]
Sunday, December 15, 2013
Were dinosaurs Satan's beings?