The Serpent and the Basilica
If you watch the series “The Borgias” you would understand the criminal origins of the Roman Catholic Church. This particular HBO series is based on some history and I am sure the writers add their own color. You can also watch the Godfather III and see the corruption within the Roman Catholic Church. In the ancient times there were two schools of thought when it came to religion. The ancient Egyptian priest performed rituals only known to them and shared another “religion” for the people.
I believe this is what is happening at the highest levels of the Roman Catholic Church. We need not touch on the never ending sexual assault cases against children or the international charges against the former and current Pope. We are here to identify symbols and artifacts conspicuously hidden which are paying homage to their respective god. We can also study the semantics of words bequeathed to these structures like the Vatican’s Basilica.
I will make those who are of the synagogue of Satan, who claim to be Jews though they are not, but are liars–I will make them come and fall down at your feet and acknowledge that I have loved you.
Before we delve into this subject let’s discuss the video you will be viewing. It is another video from Jonathan Kleck who although I do not agree with all of his conclusions; I find him to be dedicated, hard working and a phenomenal researcher. His analysis of the word Basilica builds a connection to the serpent and his topographical mapping of the Basilica is fascinating. We must remember the occult works not only with symbols but honor their gods in plain view.
Basilica’s entry reads:
1540s, from Latin basilica “building of a court of justice,” and, by extension, church built on the plan of one, from Greek (stoa) basilike “royal (portal),” the portico of the archon basileus, the official who dispensed justice in Athens, from basileus “king” (see Basil). In Rome, applied specifically to the seven principal churches founded by Constantine.
Wikipedia’s entries for basilisk and basilica confirm the royal connection that the two words share. The former includes an excerpt from the aforementioned Pliny’s encyclopaedia published in ~79CE:
There is the same power also in the serpent called the basilisk. It is produced in the province of Cyrene, being not more than twelve fingers in length. It has a white spot on the head, strongly resembling a sort of a diadem.
As you can see the St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican City has a peculiar naming convention for the most renowned work of Renaissance architecture. Mind you this church is considered one of the holiest Catholic sites yet through the name it is linked to a serpent. We should not be surprised because the Vatican also owns a million dollar telescope named L.U.C.I.F.E.R. Why does the Vatican frequently honor the serpent or the Biblical names of the serpent?
The aerial view of the the St Peter’s Basilica is another link therein. It appears it was designed to illustrate a winged serpent bequeathed with a crown. Neatly fitting into the comprehensive definition of the basilica entomology. I am sure many people will rally against the analysis . . . especially the members of the Church. They seem to be blinded to the fact the Catholic Church is in contradiction to many Scriptures like make no graven images, etc.
Those who do see the crowned winged serpent will realize it is another earthly structure paying homage to Satan. This church is most likely the Synagogue of Satan as mentioned in the Book of Revelation. How is it possible a building construction including the landscape accidentally appears as a crowned serpent from the sky? All I can say is good job Jonathan Kleck because the proof is in the architecture.
Michael Erevna, is Editor-in-chief and author of “THY SUN, THY ROD, and THY STAFF”