see, that Catholics worship not biblical Mary, but another Мary,
who supposedly "surpasses
creatures, both in the heavens and on the Earth,
conquered death and was raised with her body and soul to the glory of the
heavens, to shine
as Queen at the right
hand of her Son» (Robert Fox “The Catholic
Faith”). In 1954 Pope Pius XII officially
declared Mary the Queen of the Heavens. On Catholic
website Mary’s pray ( http://www.catholic-forum.com/saints/pray0421.htm)
is : “Queen of Heaven,
rejoice. Alleluia. The Son whom you were privileged to bear, Alleluia, has risen
as he said...”. The Catholic Church “Mary-the
Queen of Heaven” address is: 426 N. West Avenue Elmhurst, Illinois 60126-2171.
Does the Bible have the answer to the question, who the eternally virgin Queen of heavens is? – Yes, it does.
«The children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me to anger.». (Jer.7:18). In Jer.44:15-30 is said that the Jews in Egypt, imitating pagan traditions, worshipped the goddess of heaven, and did not want to listen to the prophet Jeremiah, convincing them to leave it, otherwise God would send famine and death to Egypt: «.. But we will certainly do whatsoever thing goeth forth out of our own mouth, to burn incense unto the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto her, as we have done, we, and our fathers, our kings, and our princes, in the cities of Judah, and in the streets of Jerusalem: for then had we plenty of victuals, and were well, and saw no evil.».
you can see, the faith in the goddess of heaven was very strong in VI century
AD. Who is this goddess, whom the Catholic Church prays to?
the goddess of heaven or the queen of heaven was called
the Babylon virgin goddess Ishtar,
known under names Astarte, Inanna, Venus, Isis. The image of Madonna with the
baby in her hands, so popular among the Catholics, is connected with the virgin
queen Ishtar. Therefore ignoring
any Christian logic the Catholics continue to assert, that Маry
is a virgin, continue to depict her a young woman and continue to create images
Jesus the baby (alongside with images of crucified Jesus, as if between an
infancy and the day of the
crucifixion there was nothing essential).
many pagan religions there was a
cult of the mother goddess and divine baby - son. The cult came from
Babylon. Do you remember Nimrod (Gen. 10:8), under whom the Babylon tower was
After death of his father, Chush, Nimrod married his own mother, beautiful and proud Semiramith. The legends run, that Nimrod was killed and was cut for pieces by enemies. Semiramith collected all parts of his body, except one: phallus was missing. She announced to the people, that without phallus Nimrod couldn’t be revived, and therefore he rose to the sky. So Nimrod became the god. Semiramith, a lustfull woman, became pregnant from her lover and told people, that the spirit of her husband made love with her, and she became pregnant. Her baby Tammuz was represented to everybody as reincarnated Nimrod himself. When Tammuz was killed by a wild boar, Semiramith said, that he had rose to the sky and became the god of the sun. Semiramith became known as the mother of the god. In pagan Babylon Trinity she presented the holy spirit or semen of the divine son in womb of his mother. In the course of time the god-father Nimrod began to be worshiped less, whereas the cult of the mother and divine baby Tammuz (or Вааl - sun god), became so powerful, that it spread all over the world.
had successfully based his own false religion long before the birth of Jesus .
Knowing from the Scriptures, that Jesus should be born from the virgin, and
having an example of Semiramith “sinless conception”, he created legends
about the god Dionysus, who was born from the god of the gods Zeus and virgin
Cemele and even died and was born anew. Also Indian god
Krishna was born from the virgin Devaka and also died and was born anew.
Semiramith became known under many names.
pictures: mothers goddesses-, from the right – Accadian Ishtar ;
Hittites Hebat, Egyptian Isis with Horus (sun-god).
*LUMEN GENTIUM. Pope Paul VI, November 21, 1964, paragraph 59.