THE BABYLONIAN RELIGIONS use IDOL. They do not obey Christ and Keep His Ten Commandments.


6: The fish symbol is the idol name of Dagon, the Pagan's Fish god.

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THE BABYLONIAN RELIGIONS use IDOL. They do not obey Christ and Keep His Ten Commandments.

An fish icon name used to inentify the god Dagon.
1Cor 10:8-10. Now used by Sunday Christian as their Icon.
 (Lev 25:55 KJV)  "For unto me the children of Israel are servants; they are my servants whom I brought forth out of the land of Egypt: I am the LORD your God."(26:1)  "YE SHALL MAKE NO IDOLS NOR GRAVEN IMAGES, neither rear you up a standing image, neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the LORD your God."
For you to make or use any symbol, icon or idol that the Pagans used to worship their Sun Gods (the Host of Heavens), is to worship their god behind the idol. When one uses a idols or attends a Church that uses Idols in their churches, they are worshipping another god than the Christ of Israel.
The God of Israel forbid the use of any Idol or Icon made with the hands of man of anything in heavens above, or on earth below, or in the sea to worship Him. To do so is total disobedience to the Christ you claim to hear  do the WILL of. The Bible states that the people who do so will suffer the wrath of the God of Israel. If one does not hear the Words of Christ and do them because of one's disobedience, he is without the understanding of  the WAYS Christ demands you worship Him.
(Rev 18:3-4 KJV)  "For (people of) all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies. {4} And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins (the use of Idols and icons is the Pagan's way of worshipping their Gods behind the Idol), and that ye receive not of her plagues."

LINK: Dagon, the Fish God of the Philistines

Dagon the Fish Idols of the Philistines
A Symbol known as the great Mother.

Idol worship in the Christian Church.

Dagon the Fish god of thePhilistines
A Symbol name of the great Mother god..

"Well before Christianity, the fish symbol was known as "the Great Mother," a pointed oval sign, the "vesica piscis" or Vessel of the Fish. "Fish" and "womb" were synonymous terms in ancient Greek,"delphos." Its link to fertility, birth, feminine sexuality and the natural force of women was acknowledged also by the Celts, as well as pagan cultures throughout northern Europe. Eleanor Gaddon traces a "Cult of the Fish Mother" as far back as the hunting and fishing people of the Danube River Basin in the sixth millennium B.C.E. Over fifty shrines have been found throughout the region which depict a fishlike deity, a female creature who "incorporates aspects of an egg, a fish and a woman which could have been a primeval creator or a mythical ancestress..." The "Great Goddess" was portrayed elsewhere with pendulous breasts, accentuated buttocks and a conspicuous vaginal orifice, the upright "vesica piscis" which Christians later adopted and rotated 90-degrees to serve as their symbol. "

The Pope with symbol name of Dagon on his head.
Symbol names wore by Priests of Dagon.

(1 Chr 10:8-10 KJV) "And it came to pass on the morrow, when the Philistines came to strip the slain, that they found Saul and his sons fallen in mount Gilboa. {9} And when they had stripped him, they took his head, and his armour, and sent into the land of the Philistines round about, to carry tidings unto their idols, and to the people. {10} And they put his armour in the house of their gods, and fastened his head in the temple of Dagon."

Link to: History of orgin of Fish Symbol.


The History of the Christian Fish Symbol.

The Pre-Christian History of the Fish Symbol.

The fish symbol has been used for millennia worldwide as a religious symbol associated with the Pagan Great Mother Goddess. It is the outline of her vulva. The fish symbol was often drawn by overlapping two very thin crescent moons. One represented the crescent shortly before the new moon; the other shortly after, when the moon is just visible. The Moon is the heavenly body that has long been associated with the Goddess, just as the sun is a symbol of the God.

The link between the Goddess and fish was found in various areas of the ancient world:

  In China, Great Mother Kwan-yin often portrayed in the shape of a fish
  In India, the Goddess Kali was called the "fish-eyed one"
  In Egypt, Isis was called the Great Fish of the Abyss
  In Greece the Greek word "delphos" meant both fish and womb. The word is derived from the location of the ancient Oracle at Delphi who worshipped the original fish goddess, Themis. The later fish Goddess, Aphrodite Salacia, was worshipped by her followers on her sacred day, Friday. They ate fish and engaging in orgies. From her name comes the English word "salacious" which means lustful or obscene. Also from her name comes the name of our fourth month, April. In later centuries, the Christian church adsorbed this tradition by requiring the faithful to eat fish on Friday - a tradition that was only recently abandoned.
  In ancient Rome Friday is called "dies veneris" or Day of Venus, the Pagan Goddess of Love.
  Througout the Mediterranean, mystery religions used fish, wine and bread for their sacramental meal.
  In Scandinavia, the Great Goddess was named Freya; fish were eaten in her honor. The 6th day of the week was named "Friday" after her.
  In the Middle East, the Great Goddess of Ephesus was portrayed as a woman with a fish amulet over her genitals.

The fish symbol "was so revered throughout the Roman empire that Christian authorities insisted on taking it over, with extensive revision of myths to deny its earlier female-genital meanings...Sometimes the Christ child was portrayed inside the vesica, which was superimposed on Mary's belly and obviously represented her womb, just as in the ancient symbolism of the Goddess." (4) Another author writes: "The fish headdress of the priests of Ea [a Sumero-Semitic God] later became the miter of the Christian bishops." (5)

The symbol itself, the eating of fish on Friday and the association of the symbol with deity were all taken over by the early Church from Pagan sources. Only the sexual component was deleted.

The fish is an ancient Christian symbol known from the 1st century catacombs in Rome. The first literary reference to a fish as a Christian symbol is from Clement of Alexandria (born c. 150) in Paedogogus, III, xi. During times of persecution, early Christians would scratch a fish symbol on the ground as a means to distinguish friend from foe. The symbol itself may have come from the miraculous story of the loaves and fishes (John 6:1-13) or from the meal of fish Jesus shared with His disciples at the Sea of Galilee after the Resurrection (John 21:1-13). I prefer, however, the interpretation that it came from the story of the coin found by Simon Peter in the mouth of the fish (Matthew 17:24-27). The story may be seen as a metaphor for the free gift given to us by Jesus through his atoning death - our salvation.

The Greek word within the fish is ICHTHUS which means "fish" in Greek. It's also an acronymn for the phrase Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.


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The Goddess Dagon with name as head peace.
The Mother Goddess of the Philistines

Note the mitre on the head of this drawing of the goddess Cybele and the striking similarity to the fish head of Dagon. Cybele was worshipped in Rome and was also called the "Magna Mater", or the great queen mother goddess, which evolved into Catholic Mariology. The priesthood of Cybele was composed of castrated males, which parallels the celibate priesthood of Catholicism. The basilica of Saint Peter's, according to some, stands upon the former site of Cybele's main temple in Rome. The ruins of another temple to Cybele / Magna Mater can still be seen today in Rome on Palatine hill.

By using this fish icon in your worship, one is  worshipping the god named by the Icon.

(Hosea 4:6 KJV)  "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children." (Exo 20:3 KJV)  "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."



The Pagan worship of the Queen of Heaven.
A practice for bidden by the Christ of Israel.

Above you see John Paul II himself, bowing down and paying homage to crowned statues of Mary, the "Queen of Heaven", in direct violation of the First Two Commandments of the Christ of Israel:  

Exo 20:4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:

Exo 20:5  Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, ...

Semiramis Inanna Ishtar Astarte

According to satanic mythology, Cush, his wife Semiramis, and their son Nimrod, conspire to control the world through occult manipulation at the tower of Babel (Gen.10:8-10, 11:1-9). The plan unfolds when Nimrod marries his mother. Statues of a young Semiramis holding her infant son, Tammuz (the reincarnated Nimrod, her dead husband/son) reflects the image of the queen of heaven. God restrains the acceleration of evil by breaking apart and scattering this unified human-demonic rally. When the demonic concentration eventually shifts to Egypt, Satans twisted view of the cosmic order is simply reworked as it moves to Egyptian soil. There is a change in the names of the gods and goddesses and some added twists to the mythology. Semiramis becomes the Egyptian Isis and Nimrod transforms into Osirus.

THE BABYLONIAN RELIGIONS use IDOL. They do not obey Christ and Keep His Ten Commandments.

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