For once, Pope Francis was bowing to a statue of a woman that wasn’t the ‘Virgin’ Mary. It was a statue of a topless and pregnant earth goddess belonging to an Indigenous tribe that was invited to the Vatican. Not only did Francis allow them to worship their false goddess at the Vatican, he joined them.
According to LifeSite News, Indigenous people conducted a ceremony in which they offered prayers to Earth and bowed down before the statue of the earth goddess, while planting a tree.
The dirt was brought in from the Amazon and from India, and the Vatican said it was meant to represent, “refugees and migrants, forced to leave their homes because of war, poverty, and ecological devastation” and “more soil from the Amazon, earth bathed in the blood of those who have died fighting against its destruction.”
People instantly recognized the service as belonging to an Indigenous pagan cult from the Amazon jungle.
Even Roman Catholic priests recognized the worship service as pagan. This Romanist is a priest in Indiana.
The event was organized by the Pan-Amazonian Ecclesial Network, the Order of Franciscan Friars Minor, and the Global Catholic Climate Movement.
This is what happens when a Marxist becomes Pope. He’s even more of an anti-christ than he would be otherwise.
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