The forgotten Light of day, waiting for me outside of this cave

Now the Christian Church is one: the Church of the Antichrist


Pope Francis speaks to His Beatitude Ieronymos II and other Greek Orthodox leaders in Athens Dec. 4. (photo: Vatican Media / Vatican Media)
Pope Francis speaks to His Beatitude Ieronymos II and other Greek Orthodox leaders in Athens Dec. 4. (photo: Vatican Media / Vatican Media)

Pope Francis Apologises for Mistakes of Catholics in Meeting with Greek Orthodox Leaders in Athens, Greece


When Pope Francis arrived at the archbishopric, an Orthodox cleric started to protest, shouting “Pope, you are a heretic! Pope, you are a heretic!” before he was taken away by police.


Now both the Catholic and Orthodox Churches believe in homossexuality and vanity. Now both the Catholic and Orthodox Churches believe in hypocrisy and false fraternity and charity. Now, Catholic and Orthodox Christianity follow Lucifer and deceive the entire world.

Everything to please all the faithful in the world. The faithful to the power of darkness that dominates the world.

Now Christianity is united and has sold the true values ​​of Christ. Now Christianity is united and shows on camera its pathetic false mercy, false justice and false good faith. Now both the Catholic and Orthodox Churches, wanting so much to please the world, both stopped pleasing God.

Now the Christian Church is one: the Church of the Antichrist.

Warning to Escape Babylon's Judgment

4 Then I heard another voice from heaven say:

"‘Come out of her, my people,’ so that you will not share in her sins, so that you will not receive any of her plagues from her; 5 for her sins are piled up to heaven, and God has remembered her crimes of hers. 6 Give back to her as she has given; pay her back double for what she has done. Pour her a double portion from her own cup. 7 Give her as much torment and grief as the glory and luxury she gave herself. In her heart she boasts, ‘I sit enthroned as queen. I am not a widow; I will never mourn.’ 8 Therefore in one day her plagues her will overtake her: death, mourning and famine. She will be consumed by fire, for mighty is the Lord God who judges her."

Revelation 18 - New International Version

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Revelation%2018&version=NIV

The Wine Red Sea: Journeys of Odysseus

Odysseus and the sirens: Ancient art remastered
Odysseus and the sirens: Ancient art remastered

The Cyclopes, Book IX


Free at last, Odysseus and his men made their way from the island. Then, when they were far enough from the island, Odysseus called back to Polyphemus:


‘So Cyclops, no weak coward it was whose crew you bent to devour there in your vaulted cave- you with your brute force! Your filthy crimes came down on your own head, you shameless cannibal, daring to eat your guests in your own house- so Zeus and the other gods have paid you back!’ (IX, 531-536)


But Polyphemus was not finished with Odysseus and his crew. The monster heaved a boulder at the ship, causing it to rush headlong toward the shore, where Odysseus had to use a pole to force the ship back towards the open sea. Once out at sea, Odysseus began to taunt the Cyclops again, saying: “’Cyclops-/if any man on the face of the earth should ask you/who blinded you, shamed you so-say Odysseus’” (IX, 558-560).


Polyphemus, still angered by Odysseus’ taunts, recalled a prophecy that foretold these very events:


‘Oh no, no-the prophecy years ago. . . it all comes home to me with a vengeance now! We once had a prophet here, a great tall man, Telemus, Eurymus’ son, at master at reading signs, who grew old in his trade among his fellow-Cyclops. All this, he warned me, would come to pass someday- that I’d be blinded here at the hands of one Odysseus. But I always looked for a handsome giant man to cross my path, some fighter clad in power like armor-plate, but now, look what a dwarf, a spineless good for nothing, stuns me with wine, then gouges out my eye!’ (IX, 563-574)


With that, Polyphemus curses Odysseus, and prays to his father, Poseidon, to avenge his fate:


. . . Or if he’s fated to see his people once again and reach his well-built house and his own native country, let him come home late and come a broken man-all shipmates lost, alone in a stranger’s ship- and let him find a world of pain at home! (IX, 590-595)


As the reader learns, curses play a significant part in the Odyssey, and Polyphemus’ curse, all too unluckily for Odysseus, comes true:


Pope Francis, you must confess your sin to your god, not to me!

A dwarf, a spineless good for nothing...nobody.

Your sin of false innocence.

Your sin of playing God.


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