Being an independent researcher is great. You learn the origin of most things you see today. As I get older, I find myself turning into my father; constantly, throwing one of his clichés into the conversation. Just the other day I found myself responding to a question, “You bet your sweet Bippy!” and I stopped myself and said, “What the hell is a Bippy?” and “Why should I be betting on it?” I immediately called my father and asked him the meaning and he said, “Honestly, I do not know. My grandfather used to say it.”
Being the independent researcher I am, I “Googled” it and found out, it was an elf from a children’s book, in the 1940s! I was very happy to call my father and let him know ( a retired LTC. in the Army, who served 2 tours in Vietnam and received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart) he is fondly calling an “elf” sweet and telling people to bet on him. I have now removed this cliché from my vocabulary.
Why was this prelude important? Because it proves you can grow up being around something, accepting it and not knowing the true nature of it. The Dagon, the Dogon, and the Vatican are the perfect example of this. All of us reading this now, were born into a world where the Vatican rules. The Roman Catholic Church has 1.1 billion members and growing. They are also known for their elaborate costumes. This is one of the most popular head pieces we see the Pope wear.
To most people this head-piece seems harmless enough and the average Catholic member is not interested in the origin of it. To be frank, I grew up in the Catholic Church, I was an altar boy and earned church awards through the Boy Scout Program. After learning the sinister origin of the church and the association to Pagan deities, I left it with the speed of Cheetah. If you are a Catholic you might be saying what the hell are you talking about?
For you to understand I will have to take you back to the origin of the head-piece. We have to go back to 2500 BC where the earliest records of Dagon is the evidence. The origin of Dagon was uncovered in the ancient Sumerian city of Mari. Here Dagon was described as the following:
“Dagon was originally an Assyro-Babylonian fertility god who evolved into a major northwest Semitic god, reportedly of grain (as symbol of fertility) and fish and/or fishing (as symbol of multiplying). He was worshipped by the early Amorites and by the inhabitants of the cities of Ebla (modern Tell Mardikh, Syria) and Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra, Syria) (which was an ancient city near the Mediterranean containing a large variety of ancient writings and pre-Judeo-Christian shrines). He was also a major member, or perhaps head, of the pantheon of the Biblical Philistines.”
First, let’s notice Dagon has nothing to do with God. Dagon is mentioned many times in the Bible as a pagan god! Why would the Vatican wear a head-piece to worship Dagon in plain view? Next let’s assume Dagon is one of the Fallen Angels because he has records of being worshiped in Sumeria.
Here is the million dollar question, “Why would the Catholic Church ever be associated with a fertility God AND wear ceremonial robes and head pieces to honor him today?”
You think the Catholic Church is not doing this? Well take a gander at this:
The Death of Samson
23 Now the rulers of the Philistines assembled to offer a great sacrifice to Dagon their god and to celebrate, saying, “Our god has delivered Samson, our enemy, into our hands.”
Obviously I am not the first researcher to bring this out on the Internet; but, let’s delve deeper into the Dagon “god”. Here is the research of Berossus who was a Babylonian priest and writer:
“In Babylon there was “Oannes” a fish god who imparted great knowledge to the people. He taught them how to build cities. He also taught them math and geometric laws, and was credited with giving them all the knowledge that they would ever receive. At night, he would go back into the sea to spend the night, because he was amphibious. He had the head of a man; covered by the head of a fish, and had the legs and feet of a man and the torso of a man, but was covered by the scales and tail of a fish.”
1 Chronicles 10:10
10 They put his armor in the temple of their gods and hung up his head in the temple of Dagon.
1 Samuel 5:2
2 Then they carried the ark into Dagon’s temple and set it beside Dagon.
This is the perfect time to segue into the Dogon Tribe of Africa. They gained notoriety with the release of Robert Temple’s book the “Sirius Mystery”. The Dogon Tribe baffled NASA scientist with their knowledge of the Sirius Star System. They knew many facts about the stars including an invisible companion star which was not visible until the invention of the infra-red telescope! They knew the diameter of the stars, weight, and revolutions to make a year.
And would you like to know where they learned this? According to them, a “blue star” appeared in Space, and a ship landed and “fish gods” known as the “Nommo” emerged. They immediately created an artificial lake and set up camp around it. During the day they “passed down” knowledge of their star system and at night returned to their artificial lake. Allow me to go on a brief tangent. Herodotus, the Greek Father of History, visited Egypt in 5 BC and stated there was a great lake with only the Sphinx head visible! Hmmmm.
Now the Dogon claim to be cousins to the ancient Egyptians and obviously share their heritage. Especially an intimate relationship with the Orion stars residing in the Sirius constellation. One day the Nommo packed up their supplies and returned to their ships. They promised the Dogon, they would one day return, and the sign of their return would be a “blue star” in the heavens. They left and the Dogon are still watching the stars, waiting…
In closing, go forth and research on your own! You will find these facts of the Catholic Church and ancient Egypt to be true. It does not matter, what the ethnicity of the people, Dagon or Dogon, if this means one day “The God” will return, they will all be “long-gone”.