Paganism 101 - Eve's New-Age lesson

The Pagan Sun-Serpent Religious Practices in Apostate 'Christianity'

Chart Showing Origins in Pagan Sun God Worship of Non-Biblical Teachings now in many Professed Christian Churches.

(see below for Wicca Goddess Worship)

Sungod Baal vs. The "Roman Church" God 



1. The nativity of the Sun, the birth of Tammuz Dec. 25 

The nativity of Jesus, Christmas Dec 25

2. The Midsummer festival held Jun 24     

The Nativity of St. John held June 24

3. The assumption of Semiramus who became the mother goddess

The assumption of Mary, who became the mother of God

4. The mother goddess was worshipped as the Queen  of Heaven. Jer. 7:18

The Virgin Mary worshipped as the Queen of Heaven.

5. Cakes decorated with a "T" drawn on it. Jer. 44:17,19

Hot cross buns

6. 40 days fasting for Tammuz, Ezek. 8:14

 40 days of Lent

7. Festival of Easter. Ezek 8:16

The festival of Easter

8. The resurrection of Tammuz at Easter and the procession of graven images during holy week

 The procession of graven images of Jesus,  Mary, and Peter, and of the saints

9. Veneration of graven images of Baal, Ishtar, Tammuz and lesser gods in the heavens

Veneration of graven images of Jesus, Mary, Peter, and of the "lesser" saints in the heavens

10. The belief of immortality of the soul and burning place of torment

 The belief of immortality of the soul and burning place of torment

11. The doctrine of purgatory

The doctrine of purgatory

12. The belief of the dead visiting the living, feast held for all in November, (All souls day)

The festival of all souls day held Nov. 2, and all saints day held Nov. 1

13. Burning incense and candles Jer 11:17; Ezek 8:11

 The burning of incense and candles

14. Chants and repetitive prayers. Beaded prayer chains.

Gregorian chants and the Rosary

15. Symbol of the cross as symbol of Sun worship. Mesopotamian cylinder seal depicted the "cross in the sky" as a symbol of sun worship. Ancient carvings of an Assyrian king has a huge cross carved on his chest. The oldest pictures in the world from Mesopotamia has text with is explaining the "cross" in the sky as the sun. This particular find is on display at the University Museum in Philadelphia.

The crucifix

16. Amulets and idols to scare away evil spirits

The wearing of crucifixes and medals displayed for protection. (Scapular = main fact)

17. The round disk "sun" wafer IHS symbol of Isis, Horus & Seb, eaten as food for the soul

The wafer used in the Eucharist is round with IHS engraved on it.

18. Painting of the child (Tammuz) and mother (Semiramus) with the glory of the Sun around their heads 

Paintings of the child (Jesus) and mother (Mary) with halos or of the Sun around their heads

19. Infant baptism, and sprinkling of holy water

Infant baptism, and sprinkling of holy water

20. Necromancy (Talking to the dead)

Mysticism (Novenas to the dead)

21. The first day of the week kept sacred to honor the Persian sun god  Mithra. "SUN"day 

The change of 7th day Sabbath to "SUN"day

22. Title Pontifex Maximus name for chief head of the pagan Babylonian system of idolatry, later claimed by the Ceasars: Means The Great Bridge Builder Means he has the power to bridge the gap between death and life!

Pontifex Maximus one of the first names for the Pope!

23. Janus and Cybele, holders of the keys to Heaven and Hell

The pope claims to have the keys of Peter

24. The high priest kings carried on a throne to the to the Temple of his god

The Pope carried on a portable throne to the Basilica of St. Peter (Sedia Gestoria)

25. The Pagan high priest king believed to be the incarnate of the Sun god

The Pope proclaims to be Christ's Vicar here on  Earth

26. Offerings of "good works" to appease the gods

Penance, indulgences, salvation by works

27. Houses for the virgin priestesses (Prostitutes) to be employed at Pagan temples


28. Human sacrifices burned by fire as offering to appease Sun god

Opposers of doctrines of the Roman Catholic church burned at the stake

29. Gold was considered the flesh of the "Sungod"

Vatican is drenched in gold throughout.

30. Gargoyles = a pagan god

Vatican as well as thousands of Catholic churches have gargoyles on their roofs

31. Phallic symbol of the male sex organ placed on roofs

Largest phallic symbol in center of St. Peter's square as well as steeples on all Catholic churches

32. Solar wheel as symbol for Baal worship can be found carved into ancient as well as modern Buddhist temples,, carved into ancient ornament representing Osiris. Stone carvings showing a whell to represent and Assyrio Babylonian altar.

St Peter's square has largest solar wheel on planet. ALL Catholic churches have numerous solar wheels in stain glass windows as well as many other areas of the church. Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris sports a very huge one on it's face. There is a great one in ceiling as well as the floor tiles of the monastery of St. Ignatius Loyola in Spain. Numerous paintings, statues, ornaments, and letterheads of all Catholic churches have one or more "solar wheels" depicted upon them. And the ONE WORLD CHURCH that started on June 26, 2000 uses the solar wheel as its official logo.

33. Symbol of serpent on numerous Roman bath houses

Symbol of serpent on numerous Catholic church in door handles, Papal crests, etc.

34. Atlas carries the universe on his shoulders

Numerous Popes depicted in paintings in same manner

35. Symbols of the "Unicorn, Peacock, and Phoenix" used to signify sun god

Symbols of the "Unicorn, Peacock, and Phoenix" used to symbolize the "communion" of Christ in many churches on doors or chapels as well as sanctuaries.

36. Crescent moon used to signify moon goddess "Nanna"

Crescent used to cradle Eucharist in the Monstrance of the Catholic church. As well as depicted in numerous paintings and sculptures

37. Three letters "S.F.S" within a small blaze is used to represent the universal for the number "6" in the Pagan mysteries

S.F.S in a small blaze is carved into the Vatican Monstrance in the Vatican museum as well as many monstrances the world over.

38. Alternating rays of the sunburst used to represent unity of "man and woman" common in all aspects of Paganism. (Curved ray = female "yonic" Straight ray = male "phallic")

Monstrance of Catholicism as well as many paintings and sculptures all depict same rays of both the "phallic and yonic" symbolism can be found literally all over the Roman Catholic church.

39. Carvings of "nature spirits" (fauns or satyrs) depicting a horned, hoofed-god were a common feature in all Pagan cults

Carvings of "nature spirits" (fauns or satyrs) depicting a horned, hoofed-god are found all over the Treasury of the Vatican beneath St Peters square as well as many Cathedrals

40. Statues of a "Madonna" found in all Pagan cults as well as Egyptian Madonna Isis with her son Horus, or Hindu cults with Divaki and her son Krishna

Mary found in all Catholic churches holding baby Jesus

41. Statue of Zeus holds symbol of thunder and a lightening bolt to symbolise his position as a god.

Mary depicted in many statues in same manner

42. Demi-gods holding crooked diving staff representative of the serpent and lightening bolt

Pope carries exact same staff (serpent crosiers)

43. Adad, Enlil, Baal, Neptune, Poseidon and other "gods" of storm and sea were depicted as carrying tridents

Crosses as well as statues of Jesus and Mary in Cathedrals all over the world carved with tridents on them.

44. Hand gestures in the form of a trident found depicted in Jupiter, Buddah, Appollo, Hindu diety's, as well as "votive hands" in pagan temples

Statue of St. Peter (Actually the old Jupiter statue of Rome) as well as millions of other statues, paintings, photos, and videos of everyone from Jesus and Mary to priests, cardinals, bishops, all the Popes, Vatican guards and even lay people in the Catholic church seen holding up the three finger trident salute of pagan Rome. (Now called the saulte to the Trinity)

45. Pine cones used to represent the diety of a  solar god Osiris, Bacchus, Dionysus,  as well as Mexican gods, Hindu gods, and Assyrian gods

Largest pine cone sculpture in the world found in the "Court of the pine cone" at the Vatican. Pine cone is also found carved into the crooked pagan staff (serpent crosier) or the Popes of Rome. In fact the pine cone is found all throughout the Vatican as well as Cathedrals as decoration.

46. Oanne, Babylonian fish-god (half man half fish) was depicted by Pagan high priests by wearing a fish head mitre (head dress) upon a mans head to symbolize man and fish joining when "sun god" set into the ocean. (Neptune = case in point. Half man half fish) One particular Biblical diety = "Dagon" Dag=fish  On=sun

Mitres are worn by all Popes of Catholcism.

47. The Roman sun-god with the alternating yonic and phallic symbols surrounding his head was found carved in excavated Roman bath houses in England. It is alos found as "Apollo"  on the facade of the Pergamum Museum in East Berlin. 

Almost all Catholic churches have the exact same carving above their pulpits, pillars, on statues, as well as carved into ceilings above altars. Some Catholic churches actually have it carved into the Eucharist itself.

48. Statues of the Romanized Egyptians Isis with globes in hand, Hercules as a solar diety carried the very same globe in hand, and the Persian sun-god Mithra is also depicted with the globe in hand as a sign ruler of the Universe.

The Vatican has a solid gold statue of Jesus with the globe in hand, a black marble statue called "the black virgin of Montserrat" and a statue of a "child Jesus" with globe in hand.

49. Coptic shells were carved to symbolize the Universe. Roman grave stones used them to represent the Heavens. Statues of Atlas can be found carrying the "universe" shell upon its shoulders. Pagan Rome carved Poseidon with the shell in his head. Venus was said to be born IN a coptic shell.

St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican has the Pagan symbols within the papal crest upon the wall. The Coptic shell is found over the crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral in London. This cosmic symbol is often used as a font for holy water in Catholic churches the world over. They even have statues of angels holding the pagan symbol. 

50. Large evil eye can be found carved on a Roman sarcophagus in the National Archaeological Museum in Rome Italy. Masonic pendants have them as well. Hathor the "eye of Osiris" can be found all over Egyptian temple. It was commonly used as protection against evil magic. 

This very same evil eye within the pyramid is found on Roman Catholic pulpits, ceilings, altars, doors, pendants, medals, etc. 

It is also on the back of the dollar bill of the USA on the left side.

51. The multi-level crown was first worn by old Babylonian gods in 1800BC. The horned tiara was carved atop Assyrian winged-bull cherubims. The Jewish Kabbalistic solar diety wore this very same tiara, as did Krishna.

The bronze tomb of Pope Sixtus (Pope6) has this three ringed tiara on his head. On that tiara you can also see 6 serpents upon it. All the Popes have word the tiara as a symbol of their authority as "gods of the earth, heaven, and hell" Hence, the "three rings" upon it. The Vatican has a solid gold tiara on display in the Vatican treasury. This is the very crown the Pope will hand to Antichrist when he arrives to impersonate Jesus Christ in the days ahead.

52. Quetzalcoatl, the lord of life and death in the Aztec and Toltec cultures of 1000 AD had an open chest with an exposed heart displayed. This was believed to be nourishment offered to the sun gods.

Literally hundreds of thousands of statues, paintings, posters, lithographs, etc have Jesus as well as Mary depicted in the same manner with what the Catholic church calls "The sacred heart." Notice that these "sacred hearts" also have the symbols of the sun god Mithra glowing rather boldly behind them. 

53. Assyrians carvings show eagles as genies hovering over the dead. Their "book of the dead" depicts just such a picture on its cover.

Eagles are used as symbols all over the Roman Catholic church. See Rev 18:2 speaks of the Vatican as the "hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird."

Showing the Parallels between Mary Worship and Wicca Goddess Worship




Humble and obedient. Calls herself "the handmaid of the Lord."

The Pope officially gave Mary the title "Queen of Heaven" and established a feast day honoring Mary, Queen of Heaven.

Wiccans call their goddess the "Queen of Heaven".

Knew she needed a savior: "And my spirit hath rejoiced in God my saviour." (Luke 1:47)

"Immaculate Conception" (Mary was conceived sinless, without original sin) and "All-Holy" (Mary lived a sinless life).

Goddesses don't need salvation. They make the rules.

Normal wife and mother 

"Perpetual Virginity" 

Goddesses don't have human children.

No biblical evidence that Mary didn't die like a normal person.

"Glorious Assumption" (Mary was bodily taken up into Heaven).

Goddesses don't die.

Jesus told John to take Mary into his home and take care of her as if she was his own mother.

Catholics are the adopted children of Mary. "Woman behold your son" (John 19:26) is taken to apply literally to every Catholic.

Witches are the adopted, "hidden children" of the Queen of Heaven.

Normal woman.

Sometimes pictured standing on a crescent moon, wearing a crown or with a circle of stars around her head.

Moon goddess.

Normal woman.

Supernatural (apparitions accompanied by miracles and healings).


Points people to Jesus. Mary said, "Whatsoever he saith unto you, do it."  (John 2:5)

Can make Jesus do things. A full page newspaper ad showing Mary and Jesus says, "He hasn't denied her anything in 2,000 years. What would you have her ask Him?" This is not official Catholic doctrine but it is a widespread attitude which is encouraged by pious literature.

Points to herself.

Wants to be worshipped.

Knew that she needed a savior. (Luke 1:47)

Apparitions of "Mary" have promised that if people wear certain objects (such as a Scapular or Miraculous Medal) or say certain prayers then they are guaranteed to go to Heaven. The Catholic Church has not officially approved of these practices, but it has also not discouraged them.

Invoked to make supernatural things happen through witchcraft (the use of special objects and special verbal formulas).

Goddesses don't need a savior.