What is the difference between the corpse of the Egyrpian pagan pharaohs and the corpses of the Popes?
It is amazing that this corpse of Pope Pius IX is called “almost perfectly conserved.”
This was written in a 2000 edition of the magazine “Time”:
At this point, wrote Monsignor Carlo Liberati of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints, “there was a moment of profound and intense commotion.” The body within, that of 19th century Pope Pius IX, was “almost perfectly conserved.” Pius, known universally in Rome as Pio Nono, died in 1878.
Yet here he was “in the beauty of his humanity, just as he is seen in the photographic documentation” of his deathbed, back when the entire city came “and admired the beautiful face of the Pontiff smiling in the sleep of death.” Although Pius’ face is now masked, Liberati’s observations suggest that the old Pope is smiling still.
Source: The Times
Even a small child can see that this corpse is like all other corpses. After about 78 years in the grave, the flesh is rotten. It is supposed to go back to dust, not to be removed and dragged into churches.
It is interesting that a Roman Catholic bishop claims this mummy is “smiling”.
Can you see any smile on “his face”?
Another aspect is the likeness of the burial rites of the Roman Catholics and the pagans in Egypt. The “royals” are buried together with their earthly belongings, believing they can take it with them into the afterlife.
Just another brilliant example of Roman Catholicism being a mixed up religion of Christendom and paganism, deeply rooted in Babylonian practices.
The road to Hell is surely filled up with good intentions, idolatry, falsehood and wickedness.
Repent or perish. Renounce the falsehood of the Vatican priesthood, and embrace and obey Jesus of the Bible. Amen.
Lets take a look at one more exhumed Pope.
Also Pius X was removed from his grave, 30 years after his burial. This is what Wikipedia has recorded:
On 19 May 1944, Pius X’s coffin was exhumed and was taken to the Chapel of the Holy Crucifix in St. Peter’s Basilica for the canonical examination. Upon opening the coffin, the examiners found the body of Pius X remarkably well preserved, despite the fact that he had died 30 years before and had made wishes not to be embalmed. According to Jerome Dai-Gal, “all of the body” of Pius X “was in an excellent state of conservation”
Lets take a look at a 1944 A.D picture of another exhumed Pope, Pius X, before and after he was put for display inside the Vatican:
The present Pope is paying these corpses a visit, and even pray in front of them.
Since some Roman Catholics might feel this picture is a fake, please double check on this site. Link:
You can click on these photo’s to enlarge them. And with the above pictures, I rest my case.
Written by Ivar