The Word of the Lord tells us that the Devil
very desirous of sitting on God's throne.
The Roman Catholic Church is indeed the
actual throne of Satan in the Universe.
Is that to outrageous a statement?
Satan was most certainly cast down to this Earth to reside until his final judgment was executed upon him
and his followers.
The Devil needs to
acquire the hearts of men so as to enact
his "doctrines of demons" upon all those
to ignore the Truth of the Creator.
Satan's strategy in his war against God is to take over the "christian"
church, claim to be in charge, and
impose satan's dictatorship over men's souls.
Preach fear and torment and pagan practices and call
it the Gospel. Put chains on men's souls while
claiming to be the authority of Christ.
Are the popes and leading authorities of the Roman Catholic church truly possessed by this fallen angel called Satan?
Do the Roman Catholic Popes really, actually, claim to be Jesus Christ
Do they really preach they are
"another god on earth?" Are they truly
exposing their possession by openly declaring
These Quotes. These Statements Are Historically Verified as True Actual Statements. They Are Not Made Up.
"The Pope is not only the representative of
Jesus Christ, he is Jesus Christ himself,
under the veil of flesh." Catholic National
"We hold upon this earth the place
of God Almighty"
...Pope Leo XIII
"We, define, declare, assert that it is absolutely
necessary to salvation that every human creature be subject to the Roman Pontiff..." Boniface VIII
"....Union of minds, therefore, requires complete
submission to the will of the church, and to the pontiff, as to God himself.." Leo XIII
"For thou art the shepherd, thou art the
physician, thou art the director, thou art
husbandman, finally thou art another God
earth." Labbe and Cossart's "History of
Councils." Vol. XIV, col. 109
The title "Lord God the Pope" is found
gloss of Extravagantes of Pope John XXII,
14, chapter 4, In an Antwerp edition
Extravagantes, the words, "Dominum Deum
Papam" (Our Lord God the Pope) can be found
column 153. In a Paris edition, they are
in column 140.
Roman Catholic Canon
Law stipulates through Pope
Innocent III that the Roman pontiff is "the
vicegerent upon earth, not a mere man, but
very God;" Decretales Domini Gregorii
translatione Episcoporum, (on the transference
of Bishops), title 7, chapter 3; Corpus
Canonice (2nd Leipzig ed., 1881), col. 99;
(Paris, 1612), tom. 2, Devretales, col.
"All the names which are attributed to Christ in
Scripture, inplying His supremacy over the
church, are also attributed to the Pope."
Bellamin, "On the Authority of Councils,"
2, Chapter 17.
For a larger list of "words of the beast"
relating to this prophecy, see this page...
Check out 11 Thessalonians 2:4
That man of sin--the son of perdition,
opposes and exalts himself above all that is called god, or is worshipped; so that he, as god, sits in the temple of god,
showing himself that he is god.
The pope's claim that he is Christ,
under the veil of the flesh, has the authority of Christ, and is infallible,
(only as God can be infallible)
fulfills this prophesy and brands
the pope as the "man of sin"--the
Can this get any clearer?