The TRUE Physician
The TRUE Physician
We have frauds in every area of life that you can think of! Especially in the area of GOD’S Master Plan. HIS Son, Jesus Christ is The Only Path to The Father Almighty, but we have an advanced supernatural hierarchy which tries to confuse people with their faith. The fact that Satan and his henchmen tried to keep Jesus Christ from even being born (e.g. , tainted bloodlines) is a perfect example of the depth of hatred he has for GOD.
The Winged Ox, Symbol of St. Luke the Physician
First of all…let me set the record straight:
The Roman Catholic Church taints the reputation of GOD’S people and plan but placing in Paganism mixed with Christianity. But, the true culprit is Satan behind the scenes. He has a whole list of fakes..he has a mass system in place to confuse GOD’S people. Also, there is a complete list of characters which mimic GOD’S chosen prophets and people.
Notable gestures within these pictures will lead you astray if you didn’t know the truth. New Age symbolism is highly utilized within the Roman Catholic Church (RCC).
The pole is inscribed with the names of famous doctors, starting with Hippocrates at the bottom.
The Roman Catholic Church and other major denominations venerate him as Saint Luke the Evangelist
In traditional depictions, such as paintings, evangelist portraits and church mosaics, St. Luke is often accompanied by an ox or bull, usually having wings. Sometimes only the symbol is shown, especially when in a combination of those of all Four Evangelists.
The symbol for St. Luke is the ox (or bull). This may account for his also being patron of butchers. In art, Luke is represented by a winged ox because he begins his gospel with an account of the priest, Zachary, (Zechariah), sacrificing in the temple. The ox represents Christ’s sacrifice.
St. Luke: Winged Ox, Passion.—The form of the ox, the beast of sacrifice, fitly sets forth the sacred office, and also the atonement for sin by blood, on which, in his gospel, he particularly dwells.
ASKLEPIOS (or Asclepius) was the god of medicine and reputed ancestor of the Asklepiades, the ancient Greek doctors’ guild.
He was the son of Apollon and the Trikkaian princess Koronis. His mother died in labor and was laid out on the pyre to be consumed, but his father rescued the child, cutting him from her womb. From this he received the name Asklepios “to cut open.” The boy was raised by the kentauros (centaur) Kheiron who instructed him in the art of medicine. Asklepios grew so skilled in the craft that he was able to restore the dead to life. However, because this was a crime against the natural order, Zeus destroyed him with a thunderbolt. After his death Asklepios was placed amongst the stars as the constellation Ophiochus (“the Serpent Holder”). Some say his mother was also set in the heavens as Corvus, the crow (korônê in Greek). Asklepios’ apotheosis into godhood occurred at the same time. He was sometimes identified with Homer’s Paion, the physician of the gods.
Asklepios was depicted as a kindly, bearded man holding a serpent-entwined staff. He is almost completely absent from ancient Greek vase painting, but statues of the god are quite common. The rod of Asclepius, a snake-entwined staff, remains a symbol of medicine today. Those physicians and attendants who served this god were known as the Therapeutae of Asclepius.
How Satan Twisted Moses’ Brazen Serpent into the Rod of Asclepius
Apis, a healer and a son of Apollo. In The Suppliants, the Argive king Pelasgus, son of Palaechthon, relates that Apis once came from Naupactus and freed Argos from throngs of snakes, which “Earth, defiled by the pollution of bloody deeds of old, had caused to spring up” and plague the country. Apis “worked the cure by sorcery and spells to the content of the Argive land”. To commemorate his deed, the relieved territory was thenceforth referred to as “the Apian land” after his name. Note that “the Apian land” appears to comprise not just Argos: Pelasgus describes his kingdom as stretching so far as the northernmost boundaries of Greece, and comprising the territories of Paeonia and Dodona.
In Greek mythology, Machaon was a son of Asclepius; with his brother Podalirius, he led an army from Thessaly in the Trojan War on the side of the Greeks. Both Machaon and Podalirius were highly valued surgeons and medics. In the Iliad he was wounded and put out of action by Paris. Machaon (or his brother) healed Philoctetes, Telephus and Menelaus, after he sustained an arrow at the hand of Pandarus, during the war. He was also supposed to possess herbs which were bestowed to his father Asclepius by Chiron, the centaur. He was killed by Eurypylus in the tenth year of the war. He was buried in Gerenia in Messenia, where he was worshiped by the people.
In Homer, Paeon was the Greek physician of the gods. In Iliad V he heals the wounded Ares and Hades with his herbal lore. In time Paeon (or Paean) became an epithet of Apollo as a god capable of bringing disease and propitiated as a god of healing. Hesiod identifies Paeon as a separate god, and in later poetry Paeon is invoked independently as a health god. Later, Paean becomes an epithet of Asclepius, another healer-god.
In Greek mythology, Podalirius or Podaleirius (Greek: Ποδαλείριος) was a son of Asclepius. With Machaon, his brother, he led thirty ships from Tricca, Thessaly in the Trojan War on the side of the Greeks. Like Machaon, he was a legendary healer. He healed Philoctetes, holder of the bow and arrows of Heracles required to end the war. He was one of those who entered the Trojan Horse. Alongside Amphimachus, Calchas, Leonteus and Polypoetes he traveled to Colophon, where Calchas died.
This is a perfect example of the genetic manipulations created by the Fallen Angels. In Greek mythology, Chiron (/ˈkaɪrən/; also Cheiron or Kheiron; Greek: Χείρων “hand” was held to be the superlative centaur amongst his brethren. Chiron was notable throughout Greek mythology for his youth-nurturing nature. His personal skills tend to match those of Apollo, his foster father (sometimes along with Artemis); medicine, music, archery, hunting, prophecy. His parents were Cronus and Philyra.
And believe me there are many more…so don’t be deceived.