The Roman Catholic Bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully, ordered the construction of Notre Dame in 1160. He deemed the church that already stood in the location unworthy of the prestige of his position.
I was travelling for business on the day that Roman Catholic Notre Dame building in Paris was burning, and my week got pretty busy and I never got around to doing a story on it. But that turned out to be a good thing because it gave me time to reflect a little on much of the symbolism attached to Notre Dame. Contrary to all the reports in the biased Liberal media, Notre Dame is not a ‘symbol of Christianity’, far from it. Notre Dame is a symbol of the Vatican harlot we read about in Revelation 17 and 18, with many surprising parallels.
“Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her. And in her was found the blood of prophets, and of saints, and of all that were slain upon the earth.” Revelation 18:8,24 (KJV)
So while the unsaved world weeps over this Roman Catholic monument, let’s take an honest look at exactly what Notre Dame is, and what it is not. Let’s start with the basics.
- WHAT’S IN A NAME: The term ‘Notre Dame’ is French, it means ‘our mother’ or “blessed lady”, and it refers to the Roman Catholic doctrine of worshipping Mary, the mother of the earthly Jesus. The Roman Catholic university Notre Dame is similarly thus named. The building in Paris was built by a Roman Catholic bishop. Notre Dame is not a Christian church or a symbol of Christianity, it is exactly what it says it is – a Roman Catholic temple built for idol worship, but more on that later.
- ORIGINS OF NOTRE DAME: The Roman Catholic Bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully, ordered the construction of Notre Dame in 1160. He deemed the church that already stood in the location unworthy of the prestige of his position. Actual construction started a few years later when the foundation stone was laid in 1163. The choir, the first portion of the building to be completed, was consecrated in 1177. The High Altar was finished a few years later, in 1182. Maurice de Sully died in 1196 while the cathedral was still being built. Construction continued for years, with many bishops and architects making their mark on the seemingly never-ending building process. The fact that so many people had a part in building Notre Dame is what accounts for its unique and varied design. It wasn’t until 1345 that the cathedral was consecrated as complete. source
- SOME RANDOM ‘FUN FACTS’: Henry VI of England was crowned inside the cathedral in 1431 and Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned emperor of France inside the cathedral in 1804. The cathedral receives nearly 13 million visitors a year and is home to exquisite religious artifacts, paintings, sculptures and other priceless works of art. source
Ok, so there you have some of how Notre Dame came into existence, and just a tiny smidge of its illustrious history. Now let’s talk for a moment about the 800 lb elephant in the room, the fact that Notre Dame is packed to overflowing with pagan and demonic statues and artwork.
Notre Dame contains 3 different types of monsters and they are as follows:
- CHIMERA: Chimera are ornamental-only sculptures. These statues are often depicted as monsters or mythical beasts. The two most famous types of chimera are the Wyvern, a two-footed dragon, and the Stryga, known as the “spitting gargoyle”.
- GROTESQUES: This is the genetic term for stone carvings, regardless of whether they carry water.
- GARGOYLES: Gargoyles are chimera and grotesques. They are ornamental, stone carvings that serve a functional purpose. Before you go ahead calling a spade a spade, make sure that it drains water, first. source
The bible has a lot to say about monsters like these, and in nearly every instance in which they show up, it is almost always connected to Satan and the demons that populate the bottomless pit in the region of a place called Hell. The bible knows all about multi-headed dragons, mutant talking beasts, and zombies. But ask yourself this, what are doing they adorning a supposed “christian” church when they represent the Devil?
“And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.” Revelation 13:1,2 (KJV)