Ugh! Reptilian Vatican Hall
#1
Shocked 
As if the dark and creepy "Resurrection" background wasn't bad enough, I never knew the shape of the architecture in the Pope Paul VI Hall was reptilian.   :Hmm:

(and no, I don't believe in David Icke's reptilian theory :P)

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#2
Clearly, not only the doctrine and liturgy give the modernist Hierarchy members away as non Catholics, but their architecture and aesthetics do as well.

Now, the undiscerning Protestant world interpret such Luciferian architecture as some inherent hallmark of Catholicism, but that could not be further from the Truth.

All of this is rooted in the 5th column counter Church of Vatican II. Everyone can deny it but one does not have to subscribe to "Reptilianism" theory to recognize this new symbolic architecture at the Vatican is NOT Catholic.
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Sadly, I've seen this monstrosity before and no matter how I look at it, it is disgusting. Looks like something you'd see at a Unitarian 'Church'.

It may not be wholly Luciferian/Serpent design, but it looks enough so to really turn me off and give the Fundamentalist Protestants fodder to get on us about.

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It's ugly as sin.  Just bear in mind that this monstrosity is the very place where the leader of the Roman Catholic Church has his audiences! Yuck! It symbolizes so much doesn't it?  It's diabolical whether intentional or not.
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And there isn't a single cross or any other Christian symbol in the entire building.

There must have been a discussion about putting a cross in the building. And the responsible persons decided... "No.". How can this be possible?
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Have a look at Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. Whether you agree with everything in the video or not, it's hard to deny that this church is creepy as hell. Moreso, when you've seen it up close in person   This was actually a beautiful cathedral at one time, but people with an agenda destroyed it.
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#7
The post Vatican II Churches of Hell

http://www.traditioninaction.org/Revolut...hHell.html

Such audacity and flaunting of the takeover.

Less passive generations never would have allowed these buildings to be passed off as Catholic.
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#8
I've seen it before. Each time it becomes even more sickening. 

I've seen "art" like this before and the thing is, no one actually seems to like these things except for the people who put them in.
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#9
Y'all are being too judgemental, lol. :rolleyes:

(09-24-2017, 10:09 AM)BC Wrote: The post Vatican II Churches of Hell

http://www.traditioninaction.org/Revolut...hHell.html

Such audacity and flaunting of the takeover.

Less passive generations never would have allowed these buildings to be passed off as Catholic.

Sickening how we went from Notre Dame, Chartres, etc, to the abominations in that link.
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#10
I've seen the inside of porta-Johns that look better than that.
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