Francis to pray at “city of the dead” in the Vatican

Pope Francis will pray at the tomb of St. Peter, the church’s first pontiff, during a visit to the necropolis under St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.

The Pope is making a visit to the kingdom of the dead inside the Vatican.
The Pope is making a visit to the city of the dead inside the Vatican.

The Vatican said Francis will go into the vast excavation later Monday, a post-Easter holiday at the Holy See. The new pope’s time in the necropolis will be private, but the Vatican promised to release photos and videos of the visit.

The basilica was built at the spot where early Christians gathered to pray at an unmarked tomb believed to be that of Peter, the man Jesus chose to lead the church.

Earlier Monday, Francis made an appearance from a window of the papal apartment overlooking St. Peter’s Square, greeting and waving to thousands of cheering well-wishers.

Source: AP and Washington Post

My comment:

This is the first time I have encountered the word “Necropolis”.  It is almost like necrophilia. To fall in love with the dead.

Nekropolis, literally meaning “city of the dead”. 

Jesus the Messiah. told the dead to go and bury their own dead. He is not the God of the dead, but of the living.

Late Pope John Paul II consult the spirits of the dead in the tombs, this one claimed to be "Peter"s".
Late Pope John Paul II consult the spirits of the dead in the tombs, this one claimed to be “Peter”s”.

To claim that the tomb of a Jew named Peter is inside the Vatican, is an example of religious fraud.  The rest of the “Petrine theology” of the Vatican is also based on lies, and a falsification of World history.

The Roman Catholic Church was formed around 350 A.D, by the emperor of Rome. The foundation stone was laid almost 300 years after the death of Peter.  It is simply baloney to claim this Jewish Apostle to be the first Pope.

The ministry of the married apostle Peter was in Iraq, the ancient kingdom of Parthia. He writes one of his letters with greetings from Babylon, its ancient capital.

  1 Peter 5:13

She who is in Babylon, chosen together with you, sends you her greetings, and so does my son Mark.

There is not a single evidence in scripture, that Peter ever was in Rome. No calling on him to go there.  Neither in the book of Acts, nor in the Prophetic Word, or in his own apostolic letters.  The Apostle Paul was the apostle sent to the pagans in Rome. And there is evidence in the scriptures, that he was there.

Anyhow:

The Bible says that we shall not pray to the dead, nor pray for the dead.  To visit a crypt and consult the spirit of the dead in nothing but witchcraft in the name of “Christianity”.

 Deuteronomy 18:10-12 

Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft,  or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord; because of these same detestable practices the Lord your God will drive out those nations before you.

To visit a fake tomb, to honor the remains of a mortal man, is a grotesque style of religiosity. It is shabby, it is shameful, a way to mock God of the Bible.

That this visit to “necropolis” takes place in the name of “Christ” display to us a servant of the devil. Claiming to know the Messiah, but being completely sold out to Satan.

Have nothing to do with such evil. Do not participate, but rather expose whats going on.

 Ephesians 5:11

Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.

Written by Ivar

5 thoughts on “Francis to pray at “city of the dead” in the Vatican

  1. Peter was not the first pontiff. Constantine was! I know you mentioned that in your comment at the end…but the photo caption makes that claim unchallenged. For anyone who may have missed it…had to reiterate. Peter was not a pope!

  2. The early church fathers are unanimous in claiming that Peter died in Rome, by crucifixion, during the persecution of Nero in AD 64. As for crucifixion upside down, that is also testified to, but the evidence is weaker for this particular form of crucifixion. The apocryphal Acts of Peter is the earliest reference to crucifixion of Peter upside down. The earliest reference to the martyrdom of Peter comes from the letter of Clement of Rome (about AD 90). He said, in his Letter to the Corinthians, “Let us take the noble examples of our own generation. Through jealousy and envy the greatest and most just pillars of the Church were persecuted, and came even unto death… Peter, through unjust envy, endured not one or two but many labours, and at last, having delivered his testimony, departed unto the place of glory due to him.” Not much there as to the means or location of his death, but that it was an execution is clearly implied.

    Ignatius, in his Letter to the Romans about AD 110 claimed that Peter was bishop of Rome. Irenaeus of Lyon, about AD 180, agrees that Peter served in Rome.

    Tertullian, about AD 195 declared “But if you are near Italy, you have Rome, where authority is at hand for us too. What a happy church that is, on which the apostles poured out their whole doctrine with their blood; where Peter had a passion like that of the Lord, where Paul was crowned with the death of John (the Baptist, ie. by being beheaded). Dionysius of Corinth, also about AD 200 “You (Pope Soter) have also, by your very admonition, brought together the planting that was made by Peter and Paul at Rome and at Corinth; for both of them alike planted in our Corinth and taught us; and both alike, teaching similarly in Italy, suffered martyrdom at the same time” When Eusebius reported the crucifixion of Peter and the beheading of Paul in Ecclestiacial History, he was simply passing along a tradition which has been the unanimous opinion of the church for two hundred years.
    – source: evidenceforchristianity.org

    1. Dear Oldman.

      Shalom.

      Let all men be liars, and the Word of God the truth.

      The Catholic Church can mobilize as many witnesses as they like. But the Holy Spirit will lead us who believe in Jesus the Messiah, alone, into all the truths.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s