Parading their “holy corpse” in Greece

The silver casket with mummified body of Saint Gerasimos is paraded on the island of Kefalonia in Greece.  

The “Holy corpse” is paraded with the help of military guards.

The body of Saint Gerasimos  (1506–1579) is at the monastery, made available for veneration as it has never decomposed. After his death, his body was buried twice and exhumed intact, thus leading the church to ordain him as a saint. Kefalonians throughout the world still revere and pray to him.

Source: Wikpedia

Look at these pictures:

The coffin is taken out of the religious shrine, to be paraded through the streets.
The coffin is taken out of the religious shrine, to be paraded through the streets.
The standing coffin inside the monastery on the island of Kalectis in Greece.
The standing coffin inside the monastery on the island of Kefalonians in Greece.
‘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.
The head and corpse of Saint Geronius are inside the coffin.
The head and corpse of Saint Gerasimos are inside the coffin.

Watch this You tube video:

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This is a News That Matters production. Click on the image to see the video.

My comment:

You are watching the mother of satanism done in the name of “Christ”.

When religious men claim that the remains of this Greek is not decomposed, they reduce them self to the filth they are carrying on their shoulders.

To pray to a corpse is nothing but worshiping of death and destruction. That such religious acts are done in the name of Christ, is a criminal defamation of Jesus of the Bible. These men should have been jailed.

True Christans worship the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, God of Israel.  Jesus the Messiah is alive. All Christians pray in His name only. We do not exhume skeletons, we do not bow before, nor will we ever kiss bones, coprses and skulls.

True Christians will renounce the evils you see in this video, and on these pictures, as damnable anti-Christianity. A part of Satan’s ongoing work to give true Christianity a bad name.

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

Do not participate in this kind of evils. But rather expose them, and rebuke such false Christians sternly. If these men do not repent, they will surly face judgment. We all know that the broad path they have taken through the streets of Kefalonia leads to the eternal fire of Hell.

Repent or perish.

Written by Ivar

5 thoughts on “Parading their “holy corpse” in Greece

  1. I have a question
    Is the author of this ridiculous article even Greek Orthodox Christian?
    I honestly doubt it because you are writing things you do not even understand. The Greeks are not worshipping “death and destruction”. Quite the contrary actually. If you have the nerve to even write this article you should at least know who Saint Gerasimo is. He is a walking saint. Let me teach you what that means. It means that like Saint Dionysius, this holy man gets up and performs miracles. His slippers even get worn out from walking around and the people have to change them regularly. Most dead bodies smell like horrible after a while but his body smells amazing (his body physically releases myrrh!). Saint Gerasimos is real proof of God and he deserves to be paraded around. He helps the people and shows them God is real and there is a life after death. I’ve been to the church with his body and his cave (where he lived for 19 years). Only those with faith can enter the cave. Some anorexic girls (who don’t have faith) that are literally sticks can’t fit through but my friends have seen the cave grow for obese people to fit through. It is really an amazing experience and it brought me much closer to my faith. I’m glad I could teach you something because I honestly find it sad how little you understand.
    So next time before posting complete crap actually do a little research and have some faith in God.

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