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MYSTERY BABYLON THE GREAT=THE BILDERBERG GROUP

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This collage is a modern day version of a work by Albrecht Dürer representing my interpretation of chapter 17 of St. John’s Revelation.

“…and I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast which was full of blasphemous names, and it had seven heads and ten horns. The woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet, and bedecked with gold and jewels and pearls, holding in her hand a golden cup full of abominations and the impurities of her fornication; and on her forehead was written the name of a mystery: BABYLON THE GREAT, MOTHER OF ALL HARLOTS AND OF EARTH’S ABOMINATIONS.” (Revelations Ch.17, vs 3-5)

A big clue that St. John is indeed referring to Rome can be found in chapter 17 vs 9 “…the seven heads are seven hills on which the woman is seated” Rome is the great city built on seven hills!

On Benedict XVI’s mitre I have stuck the Popes’ latin title VICARIUS FILII DEI (vicar of the son of God). If you add up the Roman numerals it totals 666! According to St. John, 666 is the number of the beast and the number of a man…

Babylon The Great represents a supra national force (partly economic, military and religious in nature) maybe the Bilderberg group et al are currently building it in secret. This group of elitists even gave birth to the treaty of Rome! In the lower left hand corner some of the founding members of the Bilderberg group; Henry Kissinger, Denis Healey, Prince Bernard of Holland, Otto von Ameringen and Joseph Retinger can be seen mourning the death of their little scheme… Babylon the Great is fallen! Other faces in this corner include Tony Blair, George W. Bush, Dick Cheyney, Condolleezza Rice, Stephen Harper, Queen Beatrix, Prince Charles, Romano Prodi, Gordon Brown, Silvio Berlusconi and even John McCain, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama! For more information please go to www.bilderberg.org

In the upper right, the architecture of the parliament building in Strasburg is literally based on the Tower of Babel taken from the famous painting by Peter Brueghel. Babel signifies “confusion”!

The dragon falling into the lake of oil is from a fresco in the Vatican “The Vision of the Cross” by Raphael. Emperor Constantine introduced the cross to the then Pagan Roman church on the eve of a military victory over Maxentius: a pivotal moment in the conversion of Rome to Christianity. The dragon is the symbol for Pagan Rome and the word Vatican means “divining serpent”!

St. John makes several references to the dragon that eventually passes its power to the Beast of the Apocalypse. Ch 13 vs 2 “…And to it (the beast) the Dragon gave his power, his throne and great authority”

The beast with seven heads and ten horns could be a symbol for a succession of Pagan empires: i.e. Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece and the Roman Empire! I have placed the Turkish flag as a saddle for the Pope to sit on. Could the future admission of Turkey into the E.U. form a false marriage between East and West doomed to failure?

In the lower right hand corner above the empty can of Red Bull is a red bull! Taken from Crete mythology, it shows Europa about to mount Minos (Zeus disguising himself before raping her…). This is the official emblem of the E.U.! and which is featured on the Greek 2€ coin: a woman riding a red beast! To the right one can see another version that includes a dolphin representing “the many waters on which she sits”.

Strangely, Pope Gregory XIII chose a dragon as his emblem! The Gregorian calendar changed “the times” which again implicates them for having interfered with God’s commandments. The woman sitting on Gregory XIII’s tomb is non other than Fides, the Catholic Church’s own image of faith, a woman holding a golden cup in her hand! A very disturbing choice of symbol isn’t it?

This collage was done in only six weeks (approx. 200 hours)

But it took years of research before I could start it!

     

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Taken on January 2, 2003