Pantheon Demigods of Lucifer’s Church
Pantheon Demigods of Lucifer’s (Roman Catholic) Church
Underneath the Roman Catholic Church at the Vatican, they have mysterious items which have been kept for hundreds of years. These items reveal who and what these elite people of the R.C.C. worship.
Did you know the “Vatican Necropolis” is….
First, if you look to the meaning of necropolis, you will find…”city of the dead”. Quite appropriate for this subject.
The Etruscans took the concept of a “city of the dead” quite literally. Etruscans is the modern name given to the civilization of ancient Italy.
The Vatican’s Millennia Secret – Lucifer literally in the Vatican [link]
First, the A mausoleum was built. In later years, in rapid succession, the mausoleums B, C, D and E were built next to each other. The Mausoleum G is very likely from the same time as Mausoleum B, while Mausoleum F was probably created during the reign of Antoninus Pius (138–161 CE). These seven mausoleums were placed in a row, built as standalone buildings with different heights and forming an approximately 32-meter-long road. In later times, the gap was filled by mausoleums G and O and with other buildings. In the reign of (Emperor) Hadrian, Mausoleum O was built. Only Mausoleum H, from the second half of the 2nd Century, deviates from the straight row because of a pre-built Atrium. By this time the Circus was no longer in use; thus, it was no longer an obstacle to the spread of the necropolis to the south. The Circus at the time was already overbuilt with various tombs. A grave from the same time as the construction of Mausoleum H was found near the foundation of the obelisk. When the Circus was eventually razed, to the already existing series of mausoleums was built another group, namely the Mausoleums Z, Φ (phi), Χ (chi) and Ψ (Psi). In the period from the end of the 2nd Century to the middle of the 3rd Century, mausoleums were built along with various freestanding buildings. All buildings except Mausoleum R1 had their entrance to the south, in the direction of the circus and the Via Cornelia.
This is where the tour starts. The mausoleum of Caius Polilius Heracla contains a tablet in which the existence of the nearby arena (Nero’s circus) is mentioned.
Tablet from Mausoleum A. From ‘The Tomb of St. Peter’ by Margherita Guarducci, Hawthorn. 1960
It belonged to Fannia Redempta, the wife of Aurelius Hermes, a freeman of the Augusti family who highlights his wife as “incomparable”.
The walls have niches where the ashes were stored in urns, which indicate a pagan (different from the main religions of the world) burial.
The painting on the vault is of a “Sun Chariot” accompanied by figures of the seasons. The rest of the tomb is decorated with paintings of flowers and animals.
Interior of mausoleum B. Photo: saintpetersbasilica.org
Mausoleum C, of Lucius Tullus Zethus-this room was used for offerings to the dead! This is the tomb of L. Tullius Zethus. The L preceding the name implies he was a freed slave or his father had been. He must’ve done pretty well for himself since this tomb is one of the most ornate with wall decorations and mosaic floor. Two marble urns were added at a later period. The tomb has niches for urns and two arcosolia (a recess on the wall in the form of an arc, used as grave).
View of the north wall and mosaic floor. In the corners of the mosaic floor, there are eight marble squares with circular holes through which the offerings to the dead were poured during the funeral rites caries out in the burial chamber. And as the creator of this video points out, this is common in Catholicism.
Entrance to mausoleum C.
Photo: Fabbrica of Saint Peter’s
Interior of mausoleum C.
Photo: Fabbrica of Saint Peter’s
We don’t know who it belonged to. It’s called Mausoleum of the opus reticulatum, named after the pattern in which the bricks have been placed.
Interior of mausoleum D.
Photo: Fabbrica of Saint Peter’s
A street in the Vatican Necropolis.
Photo: Catholic Eye Candy cathcandy.wordpress.com
Muasoleum E, of the Aelil-A vase which has the image of Medusa. A Gorgon, a monster having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of her hair. Gazing directly into her eyes would turn onlookers to stone. In classical antiquity the image of the head of Medusa appeared in the evil-averting device known as the Gorgoneion. This was a special amulet used mostly by the Olympian deities as a protective pendent.
This is the tomb of T. Aelius Tyrannus, a freedman who worked in public office. The most notable elements of this tomb are two alabaster containers, one with a Medusa carving and the stucco paintings on the walls.
As with other tombs there are niches and arcosolia… but observe also the staircase that was used to go up to and down from the upper room which was used for the “refrigerio” a rite in which family accompanied the deceased in a sort of feast.
The family go down to the inner burial room to pour libations (offerings of food and wine) through holes on the floor, to feed the deceased.
Detail of Mausoleum E. Photo: www.vatican.va
Detail of Mausoleum E. Photo: www.vatican.va
Detail of a parrot in Mausoleum E.
Interior of Mausoleum E with alabaster containers. Photo: Blanca & Ian’s Travels, members.rennlist.com/imcarthur/roma.htm
The first to be discovered in 1939, this is the tomb of the Tulli and the Caetenni as it is stated on the altar that stands in the middle of the mausoleum.
This is a pagan tomb with some Christian symbolism. The woman mentioned in the altar is Emilia Gorgonia, and her husband mentions her beauty and goodness.
The holes for the libations are visible on the right side of the floor. Romans held funeral banquets in which wine and food were poured inside these holes, for the deceased to be fed.
Interior of Mausoleum F. Photo: BBC. Vatican: The Hidden World.
Detail of sheep and bull on the left wall of Mausoleum F.
Holes for the libations on the mosaic floor of Mausoleum F.
Interior of Mausoleum F, Vatican Necropolis. Photo: www.vatican.va
The Tomb of the Teacher is named after the painting in the back wall depicting an old man with a scroll, in front of a younger man.
It is most likely an administrator and a servant, though the first people who saw the tomb interpreted the painting as a teaching and his student.
The ceiling depicts beautiful paintings of animals, garlands and geometric figures. Can you imagine the artist painting these figures with so much care and attention?
Interior of Mausoleum G. Photo: Fabbrica of Saint Peter’s
The Tomb of the Valerii is the most luxurious of all the tombs. It belonged to Valerius Philumenus and Valeria Galatia who gave permission to several members of their family and some friends, to use this mausoleum.
Several marble portraits (including some children) were found in it. See a couple of them on the bottom-right corner of this picture?
Interior of Mausoleum H. Photo: www.vatican.va
The Tomb of the Chariot from the quadriga figure in the mosaic floor that depicts the rape of Persephone by Pluto on a chariot driven by Mercury.
The fresco paintings depict birds, a peacock (a symbol of afterlife), ducks, doves and floral designs.
Interior of Mausoleum I. Photo: www.vatican.va
Detail of the Chariot mosaic on the floor. Photo: Blanca & Ian’s Travels, members.rennlist.com/imcarthur/roma.htm
Detail of the peacock. Photo: www.vatican.va
The tomb of the Julii or “Cristo Sole“, Christ the Sun or the Christan Mausoleum. This tomb was built by the parents of Julius Tarpeianus.
Even though the shape and some elements of the tomb are pagan, the mosaics are Christians depicting a scene of Jonah being eaten by the whale and a scene of a fisherman.
The tomb of Aebutius also bears the name of “Clodius Romanus“. His mother calls him her “most gentle son” on the epitaph of the urn.
Entrance to Mausoleum N. Photo: www.vatican.va
Interior of Mausoleum N. Photo: Fabbrica of Saint Peter’s
This tomb has been largely occupied by the foundations to Bernini’s Baldaquino (the canopy above).
Mausoleum S is very important because it’s located on the south of Field P and beyond it, there’s a small corridor called the “Clivus” that runs from south to north meeting the “Red Wall” at the northeast side.
The Tomb of Trebellena Flaccilla is decorated with delicate painting of birds and flowers. There’s also a detail of a dolphin.
Interior of Mausoleum T.
Photo: Fabbrica of Saint Peter’s
A reduced tomb, you can only see a small detail of a painted “light-bearer”.
Lucifer in the Vatican….no secret there!
Pantheon of the Gods
We have all heard about the Abode of the Gods otherwise known as the Pantheon of the Gods; thus to have a most influential building in classic Rome precisely called The Pantheon, should raise your attention.
The Palatine Hill (Latin: Collis Palatium or Mons Palatinus) is the centermost of the Seven Hills of Rome and is one of the most ancient parts of the city.
According to Roman mythology, the Palatine Hill was the location of the cave, known as the Lupercal, where Romulus and Remus were found by the she-wolf Lupa that kept them alive. According to this legend, the shepherd Faustulus found the infants, and with his wife Acca Larentia raised the children. When they were older, the boys killed their great-uncle (who seized the throne from their grandfather), and they both decided to build a new city of their own on the banks of the River Tiber. Suddenly, they had a violent argument with each other and in the end Romulus killed his twin brother Remus. This is how “Rome” got its name – from Romulus.
Pantheon can also refer to a temple or sacred building explicitly dedicated to “all deities”, avoiding the difficulty of giving an exhaustive list. The most known such structure is the Pantheon of Rome, built in the year 27 BC. The building was dedicated to “all gods” as a gesture embracing the religious syncretism in the increasingly multicultural Roman Empire, with subjects worshiping gods from many cultures and traditions. The building was later renovated for use as a Christian church in 609 under Pope Boniface IV.
Today the word “pantheon” ‘of or for the gods’ is reflected in the mythological meme that refers to titans as “Masters of the Universe”.
If you do a little research, you will find that these Titans are masterfully impregnated into all cultures, but given different names.
I found this website which gives us a valuable resource to browse specific ‘false’ gods:
Upon browsing the Roman gods, you will see they loved to name their gods after planets. But, don’t be deceived…they are the Greek deities.
But, let’s not fixate on one site for our info:
This site has a list of Roman Pantheons. So randomly decided to choose Isis and the link took me to this:
Goddess of the Earth: Isis
But take a gander at what the caption underneath the picture reveals:
“Vatican Museums, Vatican City”
Reminds me of their worship of Mary. I know after this past year of research that the Mary we know to be (Jesus Christ’ Mother), is not the same as who they worship!
THE CROWNED SERPENT
On the Key of Solomon website, Herschel presents an image looking east from the Vatican on the night of December 25th`. The Pope is standing on his balcony watching the night sky. Wayne has suggested that the Seven Hills of Rome represent the Pleiades, a sharp observation that both authors agree with. In his picture, Herschel has placed the Orion constellation, or his rendition and interpretation of the eight-pointed cross, exactly over St. Peter’s Square where the eight-pointed cross occurs. Orion now resides perfectly East. The problem, however, is that the Pleiades now also reside East instead of over the Seven Hills of Rome!
When Herschel’s picture is corrected and the Pleiades are shifted to their correct place in the sky over the Seven Hills, a completely different result is obtained. Now, the Silver Gate resides perfectly East! The Silver Gate is of course the place where Solstice Sun crosses the Milky Way.
Notice how all of the symbols of the Great Celestial Conjunction align: the Pleiades are now correctly found above their symbolic Seven Hills, and the eight-pointed cross of St. Peter’s Square aligns with the Tiber River and the Silver Gate!
At St. Peter’s Square, when the Pleiades are placed correctly over the Seven Hills of Rome, the Silver Gate resides perfectly East and aligns with the eight-pointed cross on St Peter’s Square.
While in the process of putting this article together, I came upon a video through a friend invite to his group. Michael D. James placed this video within his group on Facebook and The Holy Spirit impressed upon me the importance of it. I have come to learn the importance of listening to His Voice. When He speaks, you must listen.
Part I – Basilica: The King Serpent
In this next link, you will find this:
The mythical king of the serpents. The basilisk, or cockatrice, is a creature that is born from a spherical, yolkless egg, laid during the days of Sirius (the Dog Star) by a seven-year-old rooster and hatched by a toad.
Don’t you find it interesting that this mentions Sirius? And Toad?
And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon, and out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet.
For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.
In the ancient Vedas, this star is known as the Chieftain’s star. the Dog Star is described as “he who awakens the gods of the air, and summons them to their office of bringing the rain.”
The Star of Isis is called Sothis, or Sirius and is the brightest star in our night sky. And I believe, wholeheartedly, that Isis is who the Roman Catholic Church holds true as “Mary”.
So, how does Isis, Sirius, and the Basilisk connect? Because these all connect to Satan. They also parallel the religious doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church.
These gods they worship are the Greek gods of old, the so-called mythological demigods. And if you do enough research you will find that they are one and the same as the demigods of Atlantis. Then, once you’ve figured that out you will soon discover that these are the Ascended Masters which present themselves as our ‘creators’. The Ascended Masters are the connection to the Freemasons, Rosicrucians, and the Illuminati and let’s not forget the Jesuits. But wait, that’s not all…they connect to Bible because these are the fallen angels.
Truth is stranger than fiction.
PART 2-This will reveal other strange oddities within the Vatican and its grounds….stay tuned!