“There is a secret, Valerian, I wish to tell you. I have as a lover an angel of God who jealously guards my body.”

The ancient Celia with her lover, and angel claiming to be from “god”.

These are the records written by the Roman Catholic website Catholic Culture. St. Celia died as a claimed martyr around 200 A.D. Her tomb was discovered around 820 A.D. But the Pope did not open the tomb before 1599, and the remains were exhumed.

The remains were exhumed 1400 years after the concerned person died.  Now a wax figure is adored and venerated in  church of Saint Cecilia in Trastevere in Rome.

The wax figure of Santa Cecilia in a side chapel in the basilica in Rome.

This is what Catholic Culture has recorded:

 ” In 1599 her grave was opened and her body found in a coffin of cypress wood. It lay incorrupt, as if she had just breathed forth her sou”l.

 Cecilia led a life of prayer and meditation and had vowed lifelong virginity, but a youth by the name of Valerian, relying upon the approval of her parents, hoped to marry her. When the wedding night arrived, she confided to Valerian,

“There is a secret, Valerian, I wish to tell you. I have as a lover an angel of God who jealously guards my body.”

 2 Corinthians 11:14
And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light.

Valerian promised to believe in Christ if he would be enabled to see that angel. Cecilia explained how such was impossible without baptism, and Valerian consented to be baptized.

 After he was baptized by Pope Urban and had returned “He found Cecilia in her little room lost in prayer, and next to her the angel of the Lord was standing. When Valerian saw the angel, he was seized with great terror.” The angel handed to them a bouquet of fiery red roses and snow-white lilies as a reward for Cecilia’s love of chastity, a bouquet that would not wither, yet would be visible only to those who love chastity. As a further favor Valerian besought the conversion of his brother Tiburtius.

Source: Catholic Culture

My comment:

Many of official stories around “Catholic saints” are  grotesque. Others are clearly based on mythology, and others are free fantasy.  Behind all this is damnable occult powers, that leads a man into idolatry.  Shameless sin is presented as “holiness”.

A stone copy of the “saint” is kept in the tomb of a basilica with her name in Rome.

The sorry about “Satan Celia” is on of this shameless stories. That a woman who lived around 200 A.D had an angel as a lover. This is clearly a dark angle, an angel of Lucifer.

The story contradicts it self, like fake stories normally do. A lady who claimed to be a “virgin” should not have had lovers. Not even an Angel.

 Romans 8:37-39
For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons either the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

The Bible warns us about fallen angels, the messenger of Satan. They are surely around is, trying to deceive us and even demonize us.

Be careful. Do not flirt with occult powers. The Roman Catholic Church is surely a house of demons, the great prostate. Mysterious Babylon, with its headquarter in the Vatican.

Written by Ivar