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Title: Cults Queen of Heaven
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URL Source: http://www.barr-family.com/godsword/queen.htm
Published: Jan 13, 2020
Author: Rev. Jack Barr
Post Date: 2020-01-13 08:15:40 by A K A Stone
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The term ''Queen of Heaven'' is unknown to most people, and of those who have heard the term, few of them know who or what it refers to. Our intention here is to help you to understand the meaning of the term "Queen of Heaven" when you come across it in the Bible. This is a Satanic cult or practice that crept into many religions around the world, including some of the Christian churches. The easiest way to explain it is to quote from other books:

Secular history and tradition tell us that "Nimrod" married a woman who was as evil and demonic as himself. Her name was "Semerimus". Knowing God's promise of a future Savior (Gen. 3:15), Semerimus brazenly claimed that "Tammuz", her first son, fulfilled this prophecy. Semerimus thereupon instituted a religious system which made both her and her son the objects of divine worship. She herself became the first high priestess. Thus began the Mother-child cult which later spread all over the world. The city of Babylon was the seat of Satan worship until it fell, in 539 B.C., to the Persians.

From Babylon it spread to Phoenicia under the name of Ashteroth and Tammuz. From Phoenicia it traveled to Pergamos in Asia Minor. This is the reason for John's admonition to the church at Pergamos in the book of Revelation: ''I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan's seat is'' (Rev. 2:13). In Egypt the mother-child cult was known as Isia and Horus. In Greece it became Aphrodite and Eros. In Rome this pair was worshipped as Venus and cupid. In China it became known as Mother Shing Moo and her child. In Mexico an image was found and authenticated as belonging to the period about 200 years before Christ, where it was the center of religious worship among some of the early Indians in Mexico. The image was of a mother with a child in her arms. The teachings of Semerimus' satanic church (mother-child).

That Semerimus herself was the way to God. She actually adopted the title ''Queen of Heaven''. That she alone could administer salvation to the sinner through various sacraments, such as the sprinkling of holy water. That her son Tammuz was tragically slain by a wild boar during a hunting trip. That he was, however, resurrected from the dead forty days later. Thus, each year afterward, the temple virgins of this cult would enter a forty-day fast as a memorial to Tammuz' death and resurrection. After the forty-day fast, a joyful feast called Ishtar took place. At this feast colored eggs were exchanged Our Easter tradition and eaten as a symbol of the resurrection. An evergreen tree was displayed and a Yule log was burned Our Christmas tradition. Finally, hot cakes marked with the letter T (to remind everybody of Tammuz) were baked and eaten. Our yearly Hot Cross buns during the lent season. About 2000 B.C., God called Abraham away from all this (see Josh. 24:2-3) and led him into the promised land, but by 850 B.C. Israel had returned to this devil worship under the influence of wicked Jezebel (1 Kings 16:30-33). At this time the cult was worshipped under the name of Baal. Both Ezekiel and Jeremiah warned against this hellish thing.

Ezek. 8:14 ....there sat women weeping for Tammuz. Jer. 7:18 .....and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven. Jer. 44:25 .... to burn incense to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings to her. By the time of Christ, this cult had so influenced Roman life that the Caesars were not only crowned as emperors of Rome, but also bore the title Pontifex Maximus, meaning, ''high priest''. They were high priest of the Babylonian satanic church.

During A.D. 306, A Roman Emperor named Constantine, was threatened by a very powerful enemy army. Realizing that his uneasy troops needed confidence, Constantine claimed to have seen a vision on the eve of battle. He saw a large blue flag with a red cross on it and heard a mighty voice which said, In hoc signo vinces --- ''In this sign conquer.'' He thereupon marched his troops into a shallow river, claimed them to be officially baptized, and ordered the sign of the cross painted on all his weapons. Thus inspired, he led his troops to victory and subsequently made Christianity the state religion of Rome.

The Roman priests of Tammuz soon discovered that they could easily make the transition into Christianity (with certain changes) and thereupon carried their traditions forward without interruption by promoting the Madonna-Child worship concept, the holy water sacrament, etc.

For nearly 300 years the devil had attempted to destroy the church from outside by his terrible persecutions. But with the advent of Constantine he changed his tactics, walking the aisle to work from within. The corrupted church was already flourishing in Christ's day and the Savior delivered a scathing attack against some of its very deacons and elders (Matt. 23)

(From Wilmington's Guide to the Bible pp. 570-571)

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#1. To: Willie Green, A Pole (#0)

ding dong

A K A Stone  posted on  2020-01-13   8:20:56 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: A K A Stone (#0)

so essentially what you are saying is the Catholics are a continuation of an ancient cult, I have often thought Constantine was an opportunist

paraclete  posted on  2020-01-13   21:34:55 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: A K A Stone (#1)

Great find, thank you.

THIS IS A TAG LINE...Exercising rights is only radical to two people, Tyrants and Slaves. Which are YOU? Our ignorance has driven us into slavery and we do not recognize it.

jeremiad  posted on  2020-01-14   0:37:39 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: paraclete (#2)

I have often thought Constantine was an opportunist

Of course, as a consummate Roman leader he had to be. But it does not mean that he was insincere. He just thought that Christian God was stronger than the old pagan gods, and rightly so.

He was not a XX century hypocrite. His times were different, when oracles were being consulted, when heavenly signs were seen by the thousands. Same way as today people believe in the miracles of science, even if they have no clue what science really is.

A Pole  posted on  2020-01-14   9:51:09 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: A Pole (#4)

He was not a XX century hypocrite. His times were different, when oracles were being consulted, when heavenly signs were seen by the thousands. Same way as today people believe in the miracles of science, even if they have no clue what science really is.

We do imagine the lives and thinking of these ancient persons with all the benefits and prejudices of hindsight. It is a mistake to judge history in this way. We forget the advantages of our superior knowledge of science and elevate ourselves over the ancients in ways that flatter ourselves.

If we had lived in those times, chances are we would be worse or at least no better than those we judge so harshly with the benefit of our hindsight. I constantly remind myself of this but I don't think I am fair-minded even as much as I do try to take these things into account.

Tooconservative  posted on  2020-01-14   10:05:39 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: Tooconservative (#5)

I constantly remind myself of this but I don't think I am fair-minded even as much as I do try to take these things into account.

I use a shortcut. I just immerse myself in their world, and enjoy it. Especially when I read the texts written in the old times.

Rarely films manage to do it. The Russian film "The Mongol" does. The original language is Mongolian, so you need subtitles. It is like psychedelic travel in time. A fragment starts at 40 sec:

A Pole  posted on  2020-01-14   10:38:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: A Pole (#4)

He was not a XX century hypocrite.

That is IV, he cannot be put in XX century context as you have pointed out, doesn't mean he didn't just add Jesus to his pantheon.

paraclete  posted on  2020-01-15   16:37:28 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: paraclete (#7)

That is IV, he cannot be put in XX century context as you have pointed out, doesn't mean he didn't just add Jesus to his pantheon.

In a sense, he did. He instituted tolerance for all religions. It was Theodosius who started to discriminate against non-Christians.

A Pole  posted on  2020-01-16   7:56:54 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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