The skulls of the day

This skull is of a man from Peru, exhumed, decapitated and made a skull-less saint by the Pope.

The Jews made a golden calf. The Roman Catholics put rotten stuff inside golden boxes, and declear it all "holy".
The Jews made a golden calf. The Roman Catholics put rotten stuff inside golden boxes, and declear it all “holy”.

Martin de Porres Velázquez, O.P. (December 9, 1579 – November 3, 1639), was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who was beatified in 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXIII. He is the patron saint of mixed-race people and all those seeking interracial harmony.

This can never be a Chuch. It is a religious shrine  for worshippers of Satan.
This can never be a Chuch. It is a religious shrine for worshippers of Satan. A tempel of Dagon.
  1 Chronicles 10:10
They put his armor in the temple of their gods and hung up his head in the temple of Dagon.

After De Porres died, the miracles and graces received when he was invoked multiplied in such profusion that his body was exhumed after 25 years and said to be found intact, and exhaling a fine fragrance.

Here is the skull of a former archbishop of Lima in Peru. Besides a plastic dummy of this mortal man.

Relics of Saint Toribio de Mogrovejo, Archbishop of Lima Cathedral-Basilica of Lima
Relics of Saint Toribio de Mogrovejo, Archbishop of Lima Cathedral-Basilica of Lima

Souece: Wikipedia

My comment:

Yes, the smell, the smell. We can all exhaling a fine fragrance. Just bury your grandfather under your floor, and let his flesh remain there for 25 years.  Than hold your breath for as long as you can.

If you have not perish within the next 25 year years: Exhume the corpse. Cut the skull off the skeleton, and put it for display on the altar above the dining table.

If the kids do not get some real nightmares, than keep it. Invite a priest to declare it “holy”, worthy of adoration and veneration. Bow before the skull, and pray to it.

  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.

Seeing this kind of “holiness”. we can understand why many people hold their fingers over their nose. The name of Jesus the Messiah is being mocked in the most filthy ways. By religious people who claim they know “Christ”. If they do not repent: May the flames of Hell never stop tormenting them.

Written by Ivar

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19 thoughts on “The skulls of the day

  1. This practice of venerating skulls is utterly pagan (if not Satanic). The evil one must inspire these practices. How does it honor anyone to dig up his/her body and put it on display?? I’m glad that I am unlikely to receive such a dubious “honor”.

  2. Shalom dear friends…as for me, I shall not be sniffing the bones and corpses of any dead thing to see whether it exhibits a “fine fragrance” or not. For such things are very repugnant to me.

    Blessings to all true spirit filled brethren who follow and obey the teachings of our Magnificent Savior, the LORD JESUS CHRIST, in spirit and in truth. May grace and peace be multiplied to you through His Holy Spirit and His Word, the Bible.

    1. Dear Scarlett

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      You wrote:

      I shall not be sniffing the bones and corpses of any dead thing to see whether it exhibits a “fine fragrance” or not.

      My comment:

      When the church was taken into the Bablonian captivity, the law was set a side. The world took quite a few step backwards, and was ruled by people who were more og less demonized.

      In all sectors of society, the Papacy claimed superior authority. Like over over science. The Pope decleared that the Earth was flat, and all who claimed otherwise to be persecuted. To do proper scientific research became in impossibility, since science was controlled by Roman Catholic priests.

      Also inside medicine, the ancient knowledge of the East (India, China and Japan) was set aside by the Pope. The Pontif was also the infaillable head of the medical society. Raving mad “doctores” were sniffing stoles (shit) of sick people, to discern a possible cure. The Asians must have laughed and giggled. The Jews must have bowed their heads in shame, knowing what the Pope had done. He had not only set aside the Word of God, and become a infallible “god” him self. He had risen above God. Truly an antichrist in the flesh.

      Not before after the Reformation, some light came back to the Church and our society. Millions of people gave an oat to Jesus, never to return back into the darkness of the papacy. NEVER.

  3. It is complete disrespect of the dead. Even pagans show more respect to the remains of the dead. May people be called out of this darkness into Christ’s marvelous light! Thank you, Ivar, for showing us the truth, because as a Catholic child and young person I was never exposed to this. It reveals the nature of this false worship.

    1. Dear a gentle iconoclast

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      I am sometimes puzzled by the R.I.P on Catholic graveyards. Why is it written? Since the Pope, at anytime can exhume the corpse, decpaitate the skeleton, distribute hundres of pieces of a dead mans bones, and mint money of it?

      Be aware that many Catholic family members of the dead, in the past, have objected. Some have even taken the local Catholic Church to court. But the jugdes in Catholic nations do always side with the Papacy. The legal authority over all living and dead Roman Catholics rest with the Pope.

      When you reflect on this issue, you understand that the departed soul has been handed over to Satan. Lucifer has the claimed right over all who made him “lord and god”.

      No rest. No peace. The souls will experience eternal horrors in the flames of Hell.

      1. Ivar, I had no idea that the Catholic Church had authority over the bodies of its deceased members. Thank you for sharing this info with me because it is very important, and I will share this information with my husband.
        When my Mother was buried, I refused to allow a priest to preside at the grave, but had our Pastor do the committal service. When we reached the graveside the Funeral Director told me that things had not been prepared yet, to go have our meal, and come back. My husband and I have wondered if a priest came out there in our absence to bless the ground and her remains.
        She constantly affirmed her faith in Jesus Christ and attended church with us but also went to Mass. I know you cannot give me hope – only the Lord Jesus Christ can. Somehow I have hope that during her terminal illness, she committed her life to the Lord.
        Maria

      2. Dear Maria.

        Shalom, and love in Jesus.

        You must not worry over your departed mother. She faced Jesus. It was He, only, who could save her. And it is only He who will be her final judge. The Catholic priests can continue with their non sense at the gravyards. It has no impact on the souls that has surrendered to the Messiah.

        In the Luthean world, people from other faith societies, get a contract to bury your dead at the Lutheran graveyard. But the contract is only of limited time. When the Church needs space for more graves, the bones of your family member are no longer there. They have returned to dust. And a new coffin is lowered in the same space, as your family member was burried.

  4. Maria, there are many death bed revelations of the Lord Jesus as the Supreme Savior. My late husband was one of those, and he never served the Lord a day in his life prior to that. There is just something about imminent death and severe suffering that tends to bring people to a place of total repentance, especially those who’s families and loved ones have prayed for them.
    Think of the thief on the cross, and Jesus love, compassion and mercy. Also, because of your faith and Jesus acknowledging that faith, I have to believe He did everything in His Mighty Power to bring your mother in, even at the last hour. The Catholic Church can’t usurp the Awesome saving power of our Lord and God at a death bed, a grave site or anywhere else for that matter. Be comforted and be at peace with that knowledge and His Greatness.

    1. Dear Scarlett

      Shalom, and love in Jesus.

      I have heard many testmonies about dying Catholics, telling Catholic prists to depart from their bed. It is a sign of the Holy Spirit comming, a sign of repentance.

      The Catholic priest battle for the souls, into their last minute on Earth. Its called the sacrament of anointing the dying person with oil. Giving the person the prasad (the Eucharist), and telling the person to kiss a crucifix.

      If a man resist the Catholic priest in this important moment, the devil’s work has been destroyed in the final hour. Its a sign of victory. A soul held in Babylonian captivity, is eventuelly on its way to the eternal kingdom of Heaven. Amen.

    2. Scarlett, thank you! I believe what you said about these things, about the Lord’s power being greater and His answering of our prayers for our loved ones. Just want to tell you, too, how happy I am that your prayers for your husband were answered. What you walked through is very difficult, but that battle is over and the Lord made you both victorious.
      Mom did such lovely things before she entered a coma. She raised her hands and smiled at what we could not see. While she was in the coma, I read and spoke to her. God is good. I truly expect to see her in heaven. It was just such a shock to go to her funeral and have the ground not prepared. But that is in the past. These sufferings are over, and there are battles we fight today.
      Thank you, my sister!
      Maria

      1. Yes, amen Maria. The physical ground where they lay is so unimportant really. They are not there, but with the Lord. So many in the world, including Catholics try to make funerals into something they were never meant to be. In any case, we are to be at peace, even in grief. The day my father was buried, I felt for the first time, that supernatural “peace that passeth all understanding”. The Lord is indeed so very merciful and good to us.
        Love in Jesus,
        Scarlett

      2. Who, me? Surely not Maria, for I am nothing and nobody. He is The One, and that’s what counts. Anyways, I think we all help each other…. Ivar, you, me, all our lovely brethren, and that’s the way it should be and the way He wants it, to love and comfort one another. We are going to need that fellowship more and more in these last days. Walk in His blessing today, my prayer for you. Amen!

  5. Over the past ten years,i have attended several catholic funeral’s[family] at no stage did the catholic church tell us how,why,or what to do we had major problem’s with grounds being washed out etc,which had led to delays that had nothing to do with the church,I have never heard of any catholic church exhuming a body of a person.As we see yes the practice of preserving body’s only relates to those who will be beautified [sainted]I do not agree with keeping body’s of the dead,but do agree with respecting and thanking the saint,s for there strength and suffering in following in the christian path.

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