When you surf youtube.com, in religious topics, mostly Christian, you will see many videos stating that the pope is a devil worshiper. I never pay attention to it, but at long, it isn’t very pleasant.
That comes from the fact that people who are devil worshippers, as mention many times on this blog, the devil doesn’t exist, the worshippers believe in the devil, and they use symbols like this:
While searching for a picture of the Upside-down cross on the papal chair, I found out that the blogs and sites are full of the papal chair linked to the devil.
Also on the internet you will also find a lots of good answer of the question like in Quora:
Why does the pope have an inverted cross on his chair?
Also it can be found on wikipedia.org this answer:
The Cross of Saint Peter or Petrine Cross is an inverted Latin cross, traditionally used as a Christian symbol. In Christianity, it is associated with the martyrdom of Peter the Apostle. The symbol originates from the Catholic tradition that when sentenced to death, Peter requested that his cross be upside down, as he felt unworthy of being crucified in the same manner as Jesus. The Petrine Cross is also associated with the papacy, reflecting the Catholic belief that the Pope is the successor of Peter as Bishop of Rome.
The origin of the symbol comes from the belief that Peter the Apostle was crucified upside down, as told by Origen of Alexandria. The tradition first appears in the “Martyrdom of Peter”, a fragmented text found in, but possibly predating, the apocryphal Acts of Peter, which was written no later than 200 CE (REM: long time before we invented our devil) . It is believed that Peter requested this form of crucifixion as he felt he was unworthy to be crucified in the same manner that Jesus died. As such, some Catholics use this cross as a symbol of humility and unworthiness in comparison to Jesus.
According to Roman Catholicism, the pope is Peter’s successor as Bishop of Rome. Therefore, the Papacy is often represented by symbols that are also used to represent Peter, one example being the Petrine Cross.
In mainstream Christianity, the Devil (or Satan) is a fallen angel who rebelled against God in an attempt to become equal to God himself. The devil was expelled from Heaven at the beginning of time, before God created the material world and is in constant opposition to God. The Devil is often identified as the serpent in the Garden of Eden, whose persuasions led to the situation that Christian doctrine calls original sin and for which it sees Redemption by Jesus Christ as the cure. He also has been identified as the accuser of Job, the tempter of the Gospels, Leviathan and the dragon in the Book of Revelation.
Theistic Satanism, otherwise referred to as religious Satanism, spiritual Satanism, or traditional Satanism, is an umbrella term for religious groups that consider Satan to be an objectively existing deity, supernatural being, or force which is worthy of worship and supplication whom individuals may contact, convene with, and even praise, rather than just an archetype, a metaphor, a symbol, or an idea as in LaVeyan Satanism. The individuals and organizations which uphold this belief system and/or identify as theistic Satanists are most often very small, loosely affiliated, or independent groups and cabals, which have largely self-marginalized. Another prominent characteristic of theistic Satanism is the use of various types of magic.
The history of theistic Satanism, as an existing spiritual path which is practiced by people, is obscured by the fact that a number of groups were accused of being Devil-worshippers even though they asserted that they were not, which was the case in the witch trials in early modern Europe. Most actual theistic Satanist groups exist in relatively new models and ideologies, many of which claim to be independent of the Abrahamic religions.
Again, just to make sure that you understand it: Devil and his Hell doesn’t exit
Abp. Eric Michel
I search all over the internet for this picture credit in which I cannot found anywhere.
The picture itself is well spread over the internet at those locations:
- https://www.pinterest.ca/pin/221872719130640911/ from https://2.homeinteriorpedia.com/