Thousands of Christians around the world display this fish symbol on their cars, around their necks, get the TATTOO or have this image on their wall in their home, but DO they REALLY know what they are giving honor to? Once again when your eyes have been opened to the truth by YaHuWaH, you NOW begin to rethink and unlearn the lies Satan has caused the masses to swallow down all those years in the Babylonian Christian churches. Many Christians think the fish symbol is harmless and merely just represents JESUS (YaHuWShuWA) being “the fisher of men” or that it gives honor to when YaHuWShuWA fed the masses with fishes and loafs, but theTRUTH is FAR from that.
Dagon, the fish-god, represented that deity as a manifestation of the same patriarch who had lived so long in the waters of the deluge. As the Pope bears thekey of Janus, so he wears the mitre of Dagon. The excavations of Nineveh have put this beyond all possibility of doubt. The Papal mitre is entirely different from the mitre of Aaron and the Jewish high priests. That mitre was a turban. The two-horned mitre, which the Pope wears, when he sits on the high altar at Rome and receives the adoration of the Cardinals, is the very mitre worn by Dagon, the fish-god of the Philistines and Babylonians. There were two ways in which Dagon was anciently represented. The one was when he was depicted as half-man half-fish; the upper part being entirely human, the under part ending in the tail of a fish. The other was, when, to use the words of Layard, "the head of the fish formed a mitreabove that of the man, while its scaly, fan-like tail fell as a cloak behind, leaving the human limbs and feet exposed." Of Dagon in this form Layard gives a representation in his last work; and no one who examines his mitre, and compares it with the Pope's as given in Elliot's Horoe, can doubt for a moment that from that, and no other source, has the pontifical mitre been derived. The gaping jaws of the fish surmounting the head of the man at Nineveh are the unmistakable counterpart of the horns of the Pope's mitre at Rome.
Thus was it in the East, at least five hundred years before the Christian era. The same seems to have been the case also in Egypt; for Wilkinson, speaking of a fish of the species of Siluris, says "that one of the Genii of the Egyptian Pantheon appears under a human form, with the head of this fish." In the West, at a later period, we have evidence that the Pagans had detached the fish-head mitre from the body of the fish, and used that mitre alone to adorn the head of the great Mediatorial god; for on several Maltese Pagan coins that god, with the well-known attributes of Osiris, is represented with nothing of the fish save the mitre on his head; (Fig 49) very nearly in the same form as the mitre of the Pope, or of a Papal bishop at this day.
Even in China, the same practice of wearing the fish-head mitre had evidently once prevailed; for the very counterpart of the Papal mitre, as worn by the Chinese Emperor, has subsisted to modern times. "Is it known," asks a well-read author of the present day, in a private communication to me, "that the Emperor of China, in all ages, even to the present year, as high priest of the nation, once a year prays for and blesses the whole nation, having his priestly robes on and his mitre on his head, the same, the very same, as that worn by the Roman Pontiff for near 1200 years? Such is the fact." In proof of this statement the accompanying figure of the Imperial mitre (Fig 50) is produced which is the very facsimile of the Popish Episcopal Mitre, in the front view.
Mystery BABYLON the Great the Mother of Harlots is being true to her Babylonian roots by showing that she has adopted the head-dress of “Dagon” the fish-god (originally Nimrod) of the Philistines in the Bible. We often see the pope and variousCATHOLIC priests wearing a mitre hat and this head gear acts as a direct representative of Dagon, the god of the Philistines (Palestinians). As with many religions, the fish symbol can be found in ancient Chinese, Indian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Scandinavian religions. One Greek fish goddess (Aphrodite), was worshiped on Fridays by followers who ate fish and engaged in sexual activities. This practice was later appropriated in the Catholic traditions. According to Egyptian mythology, when the judges in power found Osiris (originally Nimrod) guilty of corrupting the religion of Adam (“Atum,” who was Egypt’s sky-god), they cut up his body, then threw the parts into the Nile. It was said that a fish ate his reproductive organ and became transformed into Dagon.
Catholic Priest wearing their Mitre/Dagon hats
Dagon was the principal deity of the Philistines, whose ancestors migrated to Palestinian shores from Crete. He was the god of fertility and crops. Dagon also figured prominently in the Philistine concepts of death and the afterlife. In addition to his role in the religion of the Philistines, Dagon was worshiped in the more general society of Canaanite peoples. Some years after the arrival of the Minoan forefathers of the Philistines, the immigrants adopted elements of Canaanite religion. Eventually, the primary religious focus shifted. The worship of the Great Mother, the original religion of the Philistines, was traded for the paying of homage to the Canaanite deity, Dagon. Just like all other false deities Dagon has changed throughout the centuries. In the ancient legends of the Babylonians there was “Oannes” called “Lord of the Waves.” He was amphibious, having the torso and head of a man but upon his head was the head of a fish with gaping mouth and draping downward were the back of the fish, complete with scales and tail. The Sumerians called him “EA” and like Oannes – he was half fish and half man, deemed “the great Fish of heaven”.
The most prominent form of worship in Babylon was dedicated to Dagon, later known as Ichthys, or the fish. In Chaldean times, the head of the church was the representative of Dagon, he was considered to be infallible, and was addressed as ‘Your Holiness.’ Nations subdued by Babylon had to kiss the ring and slipper of the Babylonian god-king. The same powers and the same titles are claimed to this day by the Dalai Lama of Buddhism, and the Pope. As it was a rule in all idolatrous religions that the high priest should wear the insignia of the god that they worshipped, so when Austen Henry Layard (an English archaeologist) discovered rare sculptures (between 1845 and 1851 while excavating the remains of the ancient Assyrian capital) showing the priests of Dagon wearing clothing resembling fish, it confirmed this Babylonian tradition.
Benedict XVI at a canonization ceremony at the Vatican (Notice the fish eye on the hat)
This was probably the “strange apparel’ referred to in Zephaniah 1:8. Berosus (a Babylonian writer astronomer of the 3rd century) tells us that in the image of Dagon the head of the man appeared under the head of the fish, while Layard points out that in the case of the priests “the head of the fish formed a mitre above that of the man, while its scaly, fan-like tail fell as a cloak behind, leaving the human limbs and feet exposed.”
Dagon sculptures found in Babylon
The worship of Dagon has also affected people’s eating habits over the years. This explains why the Catholics abstain from eating fish on all days except Fridays. Whether they realize it or not, they are STILL practicing the ancient pagan rite of worshiping Dagon. You see this tradition still being carried out today in the harlot churches and in the restaurant business, EVER heard of Fish Fridays?
Unlearn and Re-think EVERYTHING you were taught! Once the truth is given to a person, and if that person TRULY loves the creator, HE is expecting they make an immediate change, NOT take their sweet time getting there when they feel like it!
And the times of this ignorance YHWH winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent Acts 17:30
If you DON'T believe us regrading these facts, GOOD! Go do your OWN research and find out for yourself, but NOW you can't say you didn't know! 2 Peter 2:21