The ‘Queen Of Heaven’ Of The Catholic Church Comes From Pagan Babylon

The ‘Queen Of Heaven’ Of The Catholic Church Comes From Pagan Babylon

Rome, the greatest and longest-lived human world-ruling empire, assimilated religions from her many conquered territories. All these religions had commonalities, for they all came from Babylon. These practices infiltrated and overcame the professing Christian Church, which later came to be dominated by Rome itself. Many pagan religions had mother and child worship, whether Devaki and Krishna (India), Isis and Horus (Egypt), Venus or Fortuna and Jupiter (Rome), etc. Each nation gave different names to essentially the same god or goddess.

by Geoffrey Grider February 10, 2016

The Roman Catholic traditions of the “Madonna and Child” began back in pagan Babylon with the stories of Nimrod, Semiramis and the baby Tammuz.

“The children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me to anger.” Jeremiah 7:18 (KJV)

Until the age of 30, I was your typical product of the Roman Catholic system. I had been sprinkled as a baby, received “first holy communion”, confessed my sins to a ‘priest’, and completed the Catholic sacrament of “Confirmation” all by the time I was in 5th grade. If anyone would have asked me who the “Queen of Heaven” was, I could answer them immediately and accurately. The “Queen of Heaven” was the same Virgin Mary that I had been taught to to pray to and to seek salvation from all my life. What I did not know, however, was that God in the Bible says that the “queen of heaven” is a pagan abomination that provokes Him to anger.