“Build a shrine for me here”. This was the order from the ghost that appeared to Juan Diego in 1531 A,D. He was canonized in 2002.
It is not unusual that demons and evil spirits manifests them selves at pagan temple sites. That is why we must be careful to take the messages of the disciples of the “Queen of Heaven” at face value.
Fist of all. The Jewish girl Miriam has no authority to appear to us.
There is nothing in the Bible that points to such appearances. She is not mentioned in the Prophetic Word, neither in the book of Daniel, nor in the Apocalypse of John. In the last book of the Bible, it is explained to us two very different women. One is the nation of Israel, the other a whore. No image can ever fit better than “Catholic Mary” into the demonic creation of the great prostitute.
Not a single words of Jesus gives us the reason to elevate this Torah obeying Jewish girl, who were blessed among woman. Not blessed above them. A demon can easily appear to copy her. Because Satan and his flock are lawless beings. Demonic forces would love to take human beings for a ride.
Paul explains to us that there will be false apostles among us, massacring as apostles of “Christ”. No doubt that Satan can appear as an angle of light. I guess also disguise him self to be both “Jesus” and who the Catholic claim is his “mother”.
The message from the ghost to Juan Diego gives us reasons to believe the Mexican have been deceived:
Lets take a look at the message he received:
“I am your compassionate Mother, yours and that of all the people that live together in this land,” she continued, “and also of all the other various lineages of men.”
The Jewish virgin never claim to be the mother of “all lineages of men”. This is not a message from the Bible, but from the demonic realm.
Further we can read, in the message from the Catholic news agency CNA
She asked Juan Diego to make a request of the local bishop. “I want very much that they build my sacred little house here”—a house dedicated to her son Jesus Christ, on the site of a former pagan temple, that would “show him” to all Mexicans and “exalt him” throughout the world.
The Pagan Mexicans had no problem to accept this message. because the Pagans believe that their “gods” comes and lives in their temples.
So why not also the “Christian” god, and her mother?
God of Israel who was living behind the curtain in the Temples in Jerusalem. The problem is that the New Testament explains that God do no longer live in buildings made by man. The demon in Mexico obviously would make a mockery out of the scripture.
Since the pagan goddess already had the dominion over the pagan temple site, the demon obviously wanted the Mexican to build a shrine on the site. Satan wanted this deceived Mexican to mislead others to believe that paganism can be mixed with Biblical Christianity.
Reading the account of Wikipedia will put come could water into the cup of the most committed Catholics. The story of this saint, is yet another example of falsification of history.
The historic veracity of both sources are considered questionable by many historians. The primary doubts arise in the dearth of sources about the apparition and consequently about Juan Diego in the 117 years between the time given for the apparition and the first publication of the story.
Furthermore the fact that Bishop Zúmarraga who figures as a prominent character in the account has not left any mention of either Juan Diego or the apparition in his otherwise ample correspondence is a problem for the credibility of the accounts.
According to the traditional account, the original image of Our lady of Guadalupe miraculously appeared on the cloak of Juan Diego, on the hill of Tepeyac near Mexico City on December 12, 1531. The two primary sources to the life of Juan Diego are from 1648 and 1649.
Juan Diego was canonized by Pope John Paul II on July 31, 2002.
(end of Wikipedia).
To create a story after 117 years of silence, is difficult. Falsehood can easily be used to spice up the message.
The Roman Catholic Church can not even agree on who this man Juan Diego was. Images of Him portray him, both as a native Indian and a Spanish noble man. Here are some of them:
There are hundreds of images that display different men, claiming to be the same man. In the court of Law, such testimonies are dismissed. They are not valid.
Let us take a look at some few more pictures that illustrate this point.
Who do these priests and Bishops think they are?
The Pope has canonized a “saint” that has at least a dual personality.
Fools like to be fooled by other fools.
Written by Ivar