U. S. Congress - A Pagan Society
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The U.S. Congress was corrupt and un-Christian from the beginning.

Capitol (kap'i tol) n. The official seat of the Congress of the U. S. at Washington. 2 [C- or c-] The building occupied by any State legislature. 3 The temple of Jupiter Maximus at Rome, on the Capitoline hill.
Capitol, 1. the official center of ancient Rome, on one of its hills; a spot sacred to Jupiter, with a temple and a fort. 2. The bldg. in Washington, D.C., where Congress assembles; also the bldgs. in the state capitals of U.S. used as the seats of govt. The Capitol at Washington was begun in 1792 and completed in 1905[??]; was partially burned by the Br. during the War of 1812. Its cost, more than $16,000,000.
Capitoline (kap'i to lin or ka pit'o lin) n. The smallest of the 7 hills of Rome. -- adj. Pert. to the hill in Rome having two elevations, one the Tarpeian Rock, the other the site of the anc. Capitol, or to the dieties worshiped there.
(Webster's Unified Dictionary and Encyclopedia, 1960.)

Capitol, n. [F. capitole, fr. L. capitolium, fr. caput head.] 1. The temple of Jupiter at Rome on the Capitoline hill [Capitol Hill; the "Hill"]. 2. The edifice at Washington in which the Congress of the United States holds its sessions; also, U.S. (often not capitalized), the building to which a State legislature meets; a statehouse. Webster's Collegiate Dict., 5th ed. 1947(WRD).

Cap-i-tol, n. [L. Capitolium, < caput, head.] The ancient temple of Jupiter at Rome, situated on a summit of the Capitoline Hill; the hill itself; a similar Roman edifice, as in ancient provincial cities; in the U.S., the edifice occupied by Congress at Washinton; also [often l.c.], a state-house.&Mac220;Cap'i-to-line (-to-lin), a. [L. Capitolinus.] Of or pertaining to the Capitol at Rome, the hill on which it stood, or the god Jupiter (of whom worship the Capitol was the seat.] The New Century Dictionary, 2 vols., D. Appleton-Century Company, 1927-46(WRD).

"We have built no temple but the Capitol, we consult no common oracle but the Constitution."&Mac220;Rufus Choate [former member of Congress]. September 1993 Calendar. The Capitol on the 200th Anniversary of the Laying of its Cornerstone on September 18, 1793, Published by The United States Capitol Historical Society, 200 Maryland Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20002(WRD).

References to classical dieties in the U. S. Capitol's architecture and symbolism can be found through: www.loc.gov/exhibits/us.capitol/s0.html 

Temples?

Thornton Sketches Free-Standing Temple Design William Thornton [Sketch of Section of Monument and Conference Room], c. 1797 Ink on paper Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress (75)

Comparison Between Temple of Liberty and Nearby Log Cabins John Rubens Smith [West Front of the Capitol], c. 1828 Pencil on paper John Rubens Smith Collection Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress Gift of the Madison Council and Mrs. Joseph Carson (110)

 

Eagle Decorating Ancient Roman Temple Robert Wood "Soffit of the door of the cell of the Temple [of the Sun]," in The Ruins of Palmyra, Otherwise Tedmor in the Desart [sic]. London: 1753, Table XVIII, H Copyprint Rare Book and Special Collections Division Library of Congress (4.1)

Minerva as America "America Triumphant and Britannica in Distress," Boston: 1782 Engraving Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress (13)

Jefferson Used Ancient Prototype for Capitol's New East Portico Robert Wood "Temple [of the Sun]," in The Ruins of Palmyra, Otherwise Tedmor in the Desart [sic]. London: 1753, Table XIV Engraving in book Rare Book and Special Collections Division Library of Congress (88.1)

Giant Statue of Liberty Proposed for Capitol's East Front Benjamin Henry Latrobe [Figure of Athena or Minerva as American Liberty], c. 1811 Water color on paper Prints and Photographs Division Library of Congress (96)

War as Classical Figure of Mars Luigi Persico War, 1834 Copyprint of sculpture Architect of the Capitol (116)

Peace Personified as Ceres, Classical Goddess of Agriculture Luigi Persico Peace, 1834 Copyprint of sculpture Architect of the Capitol (117)

That Persephone, the Queen of the underworld, sits atop the U. S. Capitol dome as the Statue of Freedom (from 1943 Congressional News Service) should speak volumes. See: (quoted below) www.tuppersaussy.com/seeinglearning.html  (See also: The Story of Persephone.)


Her historical name is Persephone. She stands atop the United States Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

The act of standing upon property is an aggressive legal demonstration. Your lawyer will tell you that standing upon a thing is an ultimate proof of ownership in adverse possession.

Persephone, with the ancient pagan heritage she embodies, quite literally... owns the entire facility she crowns. The United States Congress belongs to her.

But how did Persephone (officials gave her the name Freedom) achieve her place of honor over Washington? Who put her there? When? Under what circumstances? What is the theological history of this “only authorized Symbol of American heritage”? What is her future?

Persephone was the Graeco-Roman goddess of the psyche or soul. She was abducted by Saturn’s son Hades, who enthroned her as queen-consort of his dominion, the underworld. Significantly, Persephone was distinguished by fifth-century Athenian scholastics for her... immaculate conception.

In 1854, Pope Pius IX issued an encyclical defining Immaculate Conception, an unbiblical scenario which holds that the Virgin Mary, like her son (and like Persephone), was “preserved free from all stain of original sin in the first instant of her conception.” Within days, federal legislators in Washington became obsessed with expanding the Capitol dome. According to one official publication, “Never before or since has an addition to the Capitol been so eagerly embraced by Congress.” Legislation was hastily passed which incorporated the new papal doctrine into the new dome’s cupola. A week later, the “immaculately-conceived” goddess Persephone was ordained to surmount the legislative center of the United States.

Persephone was sculpted in Rome and installed atop the Capitol on the 47th anniversary of the death of America’s first Roman Catholic Bishop, John Carroll. The event was heralded by 47 gunshots, thirty-five from a field battery on Capitol Hill, twelve from the surrounding forts.

The Capitol, incidentally, is erected on property owned by Bishop Carroll’s family. In the 1663 Maryland records, the exact site was recorded under the title “Rome,” its owner a man named “Pope.”

Roman Catholicism is a universal secular government domiciled at the Vatican City State in Rome. Its sovereign, the Pope, is an absolute ruler who is deemed infallible. In the political context, the Roman Catholic Church has been determined by the United States District courts to be a foreign State (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Case No. 85-1309).

The Roman Catholic Church State, if it may be so called, requires universal obedience to the decrees of its omnipotent pope and his various councils. Vatican Council II’s Constitutions on the Church (1964) require secular officials, “whoever they are, to expend all their energy for the growth of the Church and its continuous sanctification.”

Are the American people being ruled by a foreign sovereign for whom the United States is a useful tool in his management of world order?


New York City and the Statute of Liberty

See hope-of-isreal.net/paganlib.htm  

"The world at large is totally ignorant of the occult symbolism which lies behind the famed statue of liberty which sits astride the harbor of New York, symbolizing its true inner character and purpose. The sculptor who made the great statue was Italian. His name was Auguste Bertholdi. His work was greatly influenced by the ancient sculptor Phidias who made gigantic statues of the ancient goddesses, particularly Athena, the "goddess of wisdom" and Nemesis (another name for Venus), a goddess who held a cup in her right hand. Before beginning the statue of liberty project, Bertholdi was seeking a commission to construct a giant statue of the goddess "Isis," the Egyptian Queen of Heaven, to overlook the Suez canal. The statue of Isis was to be of "a robed woman holding aloft a torch" (Statue of Liberty: 1st Hundred Years, Bernard Weisberger, p.30, quoted in Beyond Babylon, James Lloyd, p.103). "

"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me.
I lift my lamp beside the golden door." Emma Lazarus

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From frontleaf pages of 1943 Congressional News Service:

See also the Car of History ...

and the Bronze Doors ...

and the Crypt ...

 

 


Links:

You are about to learn that the U.S. Government is linked to Satanism. You have already learned that the U.S. Government is linked to several other governments and the church.

http://www.freemasonwatch.freepress-freespeech.com/washington.html

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Persephone:

http://www.w7.com/infovill/crone/index.htm
http://www.tuppersaussy.com/seeinglearning.html
http://bennoah1.freewebsites.com/no_5_demeter_and_persephone.htm
http://paganizingfaithofyeshua.netfirms.com/no_5_demeter_and_persephone.htm
http://www.goddesspower.com/gods_goddesses.html
http://www.paradiselost.org/4-stories-pictures.html

http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/us.capitol/s0.html

Car of History:

http://www.aoc.gov/cc/art/car_of_history.htm
http://www.uschs.org/Exhibit/5carofhistory.htm
http://www.clerkweb.house.gov/histrecs/halls/House_vir/car.htm

http://prince0dc.tripod.com/statuary_hall.htm

http://www.dantealighieri.net/cambridge/news.html

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The Story of Persephone - ...

black-robed

http://www.uky.edu/ArtsSciences/Classics/wlgr/wlgr-religion393.html

Persephone means something like "she who destroys the light."

http://www.pantheon.org/mythica/areas/

The world at large is totally ignorant of the occult symbolism which lies behind the famed statue of liberty which sits astride the harbor of New York, symbolizing its true inner character and purpose. The sculptor who made the great statue was Italian. His name was Auguste Bertholdi. His work was greatly influenced by the ancient sculptor Phidias who made gigantic statues of the ancient goddesses, particularly Athena, the "goddess of wisdom" and Nemesis (another name for Venus), a goddess who held a cup in her right hand. Before beginning the statue of liberty project, Bertholdi was seeking a commission to construct a giant statue of the goddess "Isis," the Egyptian Queen of Heaven, to overlook the Suez canal. The statue of Isis was to be of "a robed woman holding aloft a torch" (Statue of Liberty: 1st Hundred Years, Bernard Weisberger, p.30, quoted in Beyond Babylon, James Lloyd, p.103).

http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.polycosmos.org/creacion/columbia.htm

Horus - Right Eye Blind

Horus
http://windows.ivv.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/tour_def/mythology/horus_sun.html - lost eye in battle
http://www.lucknow.com/horus/abouthorus/myths.html - myths
http://www.memphis.edu/egypt/l0031.gif - Horus and Anubis
http://www.aloha.net/~hawmtn/horus.htm - Eye of Horus
http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Info/Projects/HORUS/ - the Horus Project
http://www.pharaonicarts.com/horusgallery.htm - Horus and Anubis pictures

Nefertiti’s left eye
http://www.cableone.net/julieg/amarna/queen.html - Nefertiti
http://www.sherryart.com/newstory/nefertiti.html - Nefertiti’s Eye - A Story
http://sangha.net/messengers/nefertiti.htm - Nefii

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http://clerkweb.house.gov/histrecs/chamber/views.htm

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Aphrodite on the House dome:
http://tuppersaussy.com/seeing11.html

http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/vor?type=phrase&alts=0&group=typecat&lookup=Persephone&detail=Image#Image

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