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    NWO a Satanic Cult

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    LA RESURREZIONE sculpted by Pericle Fazzini



    This twenty-meter-wide brass and bronze sculpture behind the current Pope, Benedict XVI, is located in the Vatican's Paul VI Audience Hall which was completed in 1971.

    The Official Vatican spin on this horrifyingly evil appearing sculpture, supposedly in the words of Fazzini, who is no longer among the living to confirm it, is that "Christ rises from this crater torn open by a nuclear bomb; an atrocious explosion, a vortex of violence and energy."

    If this is, indeed, a modern depiction of the Resurrection of Christ, why then does it bear such a bizarre alien chthonic resemblance to a demonic, Satanic image?

    Why is the word "Christ" noticeably absent from the name of the sculpture? Just who is it, really, that is shown being "Resurrected" here?

    This is very reminiscent of both:

    1. Scientology Doctrine:

    "Seventy-five million years ago the emperor of the Galactic Federation, a despot named Xenu, solved overpopulation on his planet by freezing its inhabitants, shipping them to Earth in spacecraft resembling DC-8s, and dropped them into volcanoes in Hawaii and other places. He then detonated the volcanoes with atomic bombs and captured the suddenly-disembodied Thetans with an electronic device."


    and, 2. The Book of Revelation, Chapter 20:

    1 And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand.

    2 And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years,

    3 And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled: and after that he must be loosed a little season.
    -------------
    7 And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison,

    8 And shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, Gog, and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea.

    Are we about to see the flip side of who it was that died for us, that put us forever in His debt?

    A MAJOR CHANGE HAS TAKEN PLACE IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH SINCE THE ASSASSINATION OF JOHN PAUL I, SEPTEMBER 28, 1978.



    The notion of this coming "New World Order" dictatorship, and a 'New Age Religion' of a Satanic nature is no longer a myth, it's a plain fact.


    -The world leaders are now calling for this "New World Order" publicly, overtly, as the elite have quietly for years.

    These (World Leaders) are now moving aggressively forward towards their planned global dictatorship, because people are starting to wake-up to their overall agenda, and they are moving in to close the trap of global dictatorship before the masses awaken to their evil agendas.






    There seems to be an awfull lot of leaders doing this salute see attached...
    Is it coincidental ?, or mean something else ?.....Or are they 'SATURN' worshippers !!



    http://chatter.betaboard.net/t377-nwo-a-satanic-cult

    The Ily sign ...meaning I love you just does not feel right from these Charectors imho !!



    But it is also the sign used in Satanic clubs....

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    It looks grotesque and nothing nice at all.

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    Quote Posted by aranuk (here)
    It looks grotesque and nothing nice at all.

    Stan
    I agree Stan.

    This thing doesn´t look good at all.

    It looks much more like some kind of dark thing emanating dark energies.

    Now, this sculpture is certainly expensive, since it´s made out of a lot of bronze.

    I wonder why they would spend so much money with such thing if there wasn´t a specific intention behind it.

    Cheers,

    Raf.

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    It's very simple to assess something like this. Does it bring peace to your mind or does it bring chaos?
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    The latter dear whiskey

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    I had also posted this picture and some more in Houman's thread, as Icke's comments in his Headlines page today fit the subject matter there.

    I will copy some of the text here to that post

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...l=1#post488919
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    f@@king hell, I cant believe that thing is really there..... are we sure this is no photo montage?
    phew....
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    Quote Posted by meat suit (here)
    f@@king hell, I cant believe that thing is really there..... are we sure this is no photo montage?
    phew....
    It´s really there mate.

    Just search LA RESURREZIONE Pericle Fazzini on google images and you´ll find other images.

    Cheers,

    Raf;

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    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    Quote Posted by meat suit (here)
    f@@king hell, I cant believe that thing is really there..... are we sure this is no photo montage?
    phew....
    It´s really there mate.

    Just search LA RESURREZIONE Pericle Fazzini on google images and you´ll find other images.

    Cheers,

    Raf;
    my god...I would have called it: 'reptoid boy explodes excrement lake'
    wow...I only just noticed the central figure has a human face too....only saw croc until now..... messed up...
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    I've always viewed the Vatican as the most evil spot on this earth, but this thing takes the cake. Absolutely incredible.
    I found a youtube video that was taken in that hall. People singing, laughing, and praising; the Vatican rulers on their thrones; and that thing rising above it all. Astounding.

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    This is just simply sick!

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    Step right up, hurry hurry. Not to be disrespectful here. But all that was missing to complete this 3 ring circus act were the ponies, the elephants and the walking vendor shouting hey peanuts . I noticed The Ass Clowns were present and in droves. I would pay to see the head Ass-Clown being shot out of a cannon. A standing ovation indeed.

    I also agree....I felt some negative vibes from this circus act as well.



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    very sad and very sick indeed.

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    And the Vatican claim that Lucifer aka "Light-Bringer" and "Morning Star" is the enemy of humanity.

    Yet the "pope" had this grotesque unholy statue sitting behind his throne.

    Enemy of Enemy is Friend indeed.

    P.S. Ever wonder why the Vatican wear black instead of white?
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    I have heard so many disturbing things about the Pope and his city/country that I stay away, big time. That is some extremely DARK EVIL stuff... why would the "Leader" of Christians on earth be surrounded with such Dark occult symbols and objects?
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    la resurrezzione mhhhhhh resurrection of what? of the devil? lol that's scary

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    The King of Christendom is a neurotic old git anyway. Priests, especially Catholic priests, spend their whole lives trying to make the world as horrible as possible to show just how loving and good their god really is.

    They prance around claiming with sickening hypocrisy to be so humble, but they just come across as obsequious. There is nothing humble about a man who would let himself be addressed as "your holiness", however much he likes to call himself "the servant of the servants of God". Add to that the fact that 'cathedral church' and 'basilica' literally mean 'the church with the throne' and 'the royal church', neither of which particularly hint at humility, and the fact that the pontifical benediction given in the first picture looks like a Nazi salute... well...

    And then look at Jesus in the sculpture. It demonstrates with morbid accuracy the idea that Catholicism is a religion which glorifies death and decay. It's not just that they worship a dead guy (or a dead god, which is probably worse), but that they actually fantasise about it like some fetid little necrophiliac vampires religiously 'self-stimulating themselves' (you know the word I'm going for). It's not just a religion which glorifies death, but which hates life and all the parts of life. It is a sickly religion which hates the body and the world their jealous, petty god created. It is a diseased religion which revels in the slow and the excruciating.

    Catholicism is the cancer and the AIDS of the soul. It is spiritual cachexia and atrophy. It is neurosis and pathology and parasitism. It digests itself in its own bile and turns hatred and destruction in on itself. If the Jesus of the Catholic church were alive today, he'd be riddled with infectious diseases and delight in spreading them.

    I'm not saying Catholics individually aren't good people, but if they are it's probably despite their catholicism rather than because of it.

    Look at that disgusting and neurotic sculpture. It is filthy and diseased.
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    Quote Posted by Seikou-Kishi (here)
    The King of Christendom is a neurotic old git anyway. Priests, especially Catholic priests, spend their whole lives trying to make the world as horrible as possible to show just how loving and good their god really is.

    They prance around claiming with sickening hypocrisy to be so humble, but they just come across as obsequious. There is nothing humble about a man who would let himself be addressed as "your holiness", however much he likes to call himself "the servant of the servants of God". Add to that the fact that 'cathedral church' and 'basilica' literally mean 'the church with the throne' and 'the royal church', neither of which particularly hint at humility, and the fact that the pontifical benediction given in the first picture looks like a Nazi salute... well...

    And then look at Jesus in the sculpture. It demonstrates with morbid accuracy the idea that Catholicism is a religion which glorifies death and decay. It's not just that they worship a dead guy (or a dead god, which is probably worse), but that they actually fantasise about it like some fetid little necrophiliac vampires religiously 'self-stimulating themselves' (you know the word I'm going for). It's not just a religion which glorifies death, but which hates life and all the parts of life. It is a sickly religion which hates the body and the world their jealous, petty god created. It is a diseased religion which revels in the slow and the excruciating.

    Catholicism is the cancer and the AIDS of the soul. It is spiritual cachexia and atrophy. It is neurosis and pathology and parasitism. It digests itself in its own bile and turns hatred and destruction in on itself. If the Jesus of the Catholic church were alive today, he'd be riddled with infectious diseases and delight in spreading them.

    I'm not saying Catholics individually aren't good people, but if they are it's probably despite their catholicism rather than because of it.

    Look at that disgusting and neurotic sculpture. It is filthy and diseased.
    Indeed. Self gratuitous masterbation of the Soul and the rape of others' spiritual identity iconicized and idolised. This comes as no shock to at all, but nonetheless abhorent.

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