Dressing corpses for their Christ

The corpse of John Maximovitch is redressed by Russian Orthodox priests, living in America.

Orthodox clergy in America, in the prosess of dressing up a corpse
Orthodox clergy in America, in the prosess of dressing up a corpse

John Maximovitch, or John of Shanghai and San Francisco  died in 1966 in the city of Seattle. On October 13th 1993, Russian Orthodox priests exhumed Maximovitch from his grave in San Fransico. The Russians took his corpse out of the grave, and started to worship his remains.

This photo is from a website of the Russian Orthodox Church
This photo is from a website of the Russian Orthodox Church

On Orthodox websites it is reported that Archpriest Peter Perekrestov was an eyewitness of this event, and told his faithful followers about how everything happened.

The Western American Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, keeps on adoring, venerating and worshipping this dead man. Like on October 25th, 2011. The mortal remains, were “re-vested”.  And this Church inform us that “the relics of incorrupt saints are re-vested periodically.

But in “the case of St. John, this is the first re-vesting of the Saint to take place since his Glorification seventeen years ago”

Source: Pravoslavie.ru

Lets look at some more pictures. What kind of “Christ” have given them permission to disturb and worship the dead?

There are still a little bit hear on the skull, after 45 years after the person died.
There are still a little bit hair left on the back side of the skull, 45 years after the person died. Or have they put on a wig?
There is still some skinn left on he dressed up skeleton.
There is still some skinn left on the hands of this dressed up skeleton.
Religious men from Russia place the corpse for display in their chruch, after de redreessing is over.
Religious men from Russia place the corpse for display in their chruch, after the redreessing is over. Even some new green slippers have not been forgotten.
The face of the skull is covered, to avid the children getting nightmares.
The face of the skull is covered, to avoid that the children should get  nightmares. Today, the corpse of John of Shanghai is dressed in yellow.
This was how John of Shanghai looked like before he died.
This was how John of Shanghai looked like before he died.
The skull of the
The skull of the “saint” are washed as a part of the process of glorifization.
Not even his walking stick is forgotten, when pilgrimes are told to give some cash to the church.
Not even the walking stick of John Maximovitch is forgotten, when pilgrimes are called to adore him. The cashflow from the “holy relics” keeps the Church floating.
For many will come in my name, claiming, “I am the Messiah,” and will deceive many.
As John of Shanghai gets a white dress, the fake Catholic mother of God,
As John of Shanghai gets a white dress, the fake Catholic mother of God, “Theotokos” are watching. (my highlighting with photoshop).
Like a Buddha she sits, on top of the crescent moon. St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Chicago.
Like a Buddha she sits, on top of the crescent moon. St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Chicago. Our Lady of the Sign, Ark of Mercy.

My comment:

When we look of these pictures, we can understand the hallow meaning on what is written on many Orthodox graves: R.I.P.

Because this Russian Orthodox priest were not laid to rest.

27 years after his death, grave looters opened his grave and stole his corpse. Necormania is a word for people who are  obsessed with dead bodies. When we look how a group of religious men place garments in the rotten remains of John Maximovitch, we get a deeper understanding of this word.

One of the question that arises is, why these kind of thugs who defame the name of Jesus the Messiah, are not arrested?  A dead man has been disturbed. His remains have been stolen, and are used to mint money for a religious organization.

Jesus the Messiah warned us about dead men walking around. The King of Kings even said that we should leave them, alone, those who keep on burying their own dead.

Could there be a more grotesque example of a group of vultures in human form?

 Luke 17:37
Where, Lord?’ they asked. He replied, ‘Where there is a dead body, there the vultures will gather.’

Jesus the Messiah bluntly rebuked people, one more than one occasion.   This seems to be a suitable example:

  Matthew 23:27
Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look   beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of the bones of the dead and everything unclean.

Stay away from these assemblies of the wicked. And if you are able. Do help me in exposing them.

Ephesians 5:11
Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.

Written by Ivar

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3 thoughts on “Dressing corpses for their Christ

  1. Shalom,
    the lady of the sign reminded me of the way the mason have their pyramid atop their instrument of craft, much like a yardstick or protractor.
    the feature inside the women idol hollowed out for the “eye” of horus or rah or nimrod incidentally. thank you for this meditation of the morning.

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