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Church depicts Jesus as genderqueer with breasts, a beard and make-up so ‘everyone sees themselves in Christ’ (www.pinknews.co.uk)

Church depicts Jesus as genderqueer with breasts, a beard and make-up so ‘everyone sees themselves in Christ’. This is all part of the one world religion that says everyone, no matter how depraved, is going to heaven.

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SoAnnoyed
SoAnnoyed
7 days ago

….

I guess we can’t complain, we ve opened the way to the Deceiver when we chose to believe in St Paul’s teachings of a “begotten son” and of a “man made to the image of G-d”: look at the shortcuts!

Its just the beginning.

444Gem
444Gem
7 days ago

Medeival manuscript depicting the AntiXristos and how his mignions will arrive on a KeShet.

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Yokel17
Yokel17
7 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

What is that meant to be on their forehead?

444Gem
444Gem
7 days ago
Reply to  Yokel17

It is the Cyclops, the one eyed serpents, in all of its implications regarding everything with the current rainbow movement. It is the mark of Luciferian Solar Worship, and gnostic sex rituals.

SoAnnoyed
SoAnnoyed
6 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

Can you please give the name of this manuscript, i m interested?

A E
A E
6 days ago
Reply to  444Gem

KeShet, meaning rainbow.

“Yesterday we discussed chetz חץ – arrow, so today we’ll discuss keshet קשת – bow. The word also can mean arch and arc, and a kashat קשת is a bowman or archer. Steinberg, as we’ve seen in the past, claims that קשת comes from an earlier two-letter root קש, which means “strong and taut”, and appears in other words like kashe קשה – hard, and kashuach קשוח – “rigid, cruel”. – source, balashon

“According to the Bible, a rainbow is not merely a beautiful spectacle, but a symbol of God’s “everlasting promise” never to flood the earth again (Genesis 9:16). In the original Hebrew of the Bible, the word for rainbow is keshet (קשת). This word appears frequently in the Bible, but only here does it refer to a rainbow. Everywhere else the word keshet refers to an archer’s bow, the primary weapon of war in the days of ancient Israel, so the immediate association when hearing the word keshet, was violence. 

“After the flood, God surprisingly displays a massive bow in the sky. But this bow does not contain an arrow and it is facing upwards, away from earth. The message is clear: God has set aside his weapon of war and replaced it with a symbol of loving kindness. -israelbiblicalstudies

A E
A E
6 days ago
Reply to  A E

KeShet also refers to the bow on some stringed instruments…fiddling whilst Rome burned…? (i.e. “to enjoy yourself or continue working as normal and not give any attention to something important and unpleasant that is happening that you should be taking action to prevent”).

SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases

Neglecting and ignoring

BENEATH THE/SOMEONE’S RADAR (what happens when you cannot see nor read the symbolism and hidden messages in order to reject them)

bury/have your head in the sand
brush something off
block something out
let sleeping dogs lie
let something ride
look straight/right through someone
roughshod
shut your eyes to something
silent wink

CeeTruth
CeeTruth
6 days ago

🤮

predatorpatrol
predatorpatrol
6 days ago

Because everyone relates to bearded drag queens

randall
randall
6 days ago

That describes the baphomet. False teaching always ignore sin and appeals to pride.