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Thursday, 19 September 2013

The Orthodox Church and Catholic necromancy: The skull and bone “monastery” in Sinai desert : Orthodox Greeks worship skulls and bones in the Holy Land

The skull and bone “monastery” in Sinai desert

Hundreds of skulls and the dressed skeleton of St. Stephanos gets thousands of Euro in support from the European Union (EU).

The EU sponsor a monastery where a skeleton has been dressed up in priestly garments and declared “holy”.
St. Stephanos is said to have died in 580 AD whilst at the Monastery. His skeleton is kept and dressed up in priestly garments.
The European Union (EU, The Greek Orthodox Church and Egypt is involved  in restoration of Saint Catherine’s Monastery, who are located on the southern parts of the Sinai peninsula. Hundreds of skulls are also stored up inside this monastery, in the Charnel House.
This is what a website has recorded:
“Restoration and Protection of Monuments and Environment at Saint Catherine’s Monastery and the Summit of Jebel Musa” was a 45 months duration project that initiated on August of 2007. The planned activities included the implementation of a number of studies, works and supplies that will be the basis for the creation of the ‘Wadi el Deir Archaeological Park’. This is both a general conservation plan, based on the surveys and studies prepared within the framework of the SSRDP 540 project”
Source: Saint Catherine project.
Here are some more pictures:

The bones have been collected and kept for display behind the dressed up skeleton. Martyrs slaughtered and denied a grave by their butchers.

The skeleton has problems standing on its own, but are well dressed like a priest.
 Revelation 9:20
The rest of mankind that were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshiping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood—idols that cannot see or hear or walk.

Seeing such pictures makes me think about the bone collectors in Auswich.
 Isaiah 19:3
The Egyptians will lose heart, and I will bring their plans to nothing; they will consult the idols and the spirits of the dead, the mediums and the spiritists.

Some of the skulls have been given a more prominent place than the other.

The priests have not used barbed wires, but this kind of open grave yards reminds me about the Holocaust.

The monastery in the Sinai is restored with money from the European Union.

The Orthodox Greek archbishop of the Sinai gets funds from the EU.

Surly, the very highway to Hell.

A new way of organizing the priestly office in Sinai. Just keep some hundred skulls as a part of the furniture.
My comment:
Of all religious madness you might encounter, this will probably be listed among the top 10.
To dress a skeleton in priestly garments, seems to be a disease in the Roman Catholic Church.  In Bologna the remains of “St. Catherine” is dressed up like a nun.
The Greek Orthodox Church seems to be of the same kind.

A skeleton in Bologna in Italy dressed up as a nun.
To keep hundreds of skulls for display in an priestly office, can only be permitted by vile and blasphemous persons.
What a shocking display of filth and perversion, claimed by many to be a part of the Christian family on Earth.
Who were these people, and who have they beheaded?
They were the witness who bore testimony of Jesus in the first centuries after the Messiah ascended into Heaven.
Revelation 6:10
They called out in a loud voice, “How long, Sovereign Lord, holy and true, until you judge the inhabitants of the earth and avenge our blood?”
They were martyred by antichrists in the religious communities in the Middle East.
True Messianic faith spread like wildfire in the Middle East and in North Africa before 500 A.D.
But after the antichrists raised an Arab named Muhammad, true Christians in this part of the World were massacred and the Messianic culture destroyed.
The skulls of the true saints and martyrs are kept for adoration by the criminal butchers up to this day.
It is difficult to use strong enough words to warn against this kind of religious movements. The best way of guide people, is to use the words of the Messiah him self. He explains that there will be cursed people misusing his name, on the way to the eternal fire of Hell.
Written by Ivar

2 Responses to The skull and bone “monastery” in Sinai desert

  1. tiva82 says:
    Ivar Fjeld
    It’s Look like one is watching a horror movie, Coptic Orthodox are biggest skull collects just like papist church
  2. marwanyafi says:
    You were very helpful to my “subject-Study”, cause your pics are in your “Holy Nt”

    Orthodox Greeks worship skulls and bones in the Holy Land

    This collection of Greek ikons, skull and bones can be found in a monastery near Jericho in Israel.

    An Orthodox mix of bones, skulls and religious ikons are found in a monastary near Jericho.
    The story abort Saint Gerasimos of Deir Hajla monastery near Jericho in Israel is interesting beyond the skull and the bones.Gerasimos of the Jordan was a monk who attended the  Fourth Ecumenical Council at Chalcedon in 451 AD. So inside the skull there must have been a good brain.
    But the most amazing side of this monk’s life, is his teaming of a lion. Lets read from an Orthodox website:

     One day while walking along the Jordan, Gerasimos came upon a lion roaring in agony because of a large splinter imbedded in one paw. Overcome with compassion for the suffering beast, Gerasimos removed the splinter, drained and cleaned the wound, then bound it up, expecting the lion would return to its cave.
    Instead the creature meekly followed him back to the monastery and became the abbot’s devoted pet. The whole community was amazed at the lion’s apparent conversion to a peaceful life – he lived now on bread and vegetables – and its devotion to the abbot.
    Lets take a look on more photos from this “Holy place”.

    The official explaination is that monks collected skulls and bones of their fellow munks.

    The skull in the box is venterated and adored by Greek Orthodox munks inside Israel.

    The skull has the central place at this site of worship.

    The saint and the lion. Look at the skull on the cloak of the man.

    The skull and bones on the cloak of this saint look like a piracy sign.

    The bone collecting monks have been bussy.
    Source of the story
    Source of pictures
    My comment:
    A conversion of a lion, who looked after donkey’s and camels is sure extraordinary stuff.
    Let us therefore leave the mix of religious ikons and bones on this site for a seond, and take a look at the lion.
    The informant site of this “saint”, says the story has a “ring of truth”.
    We must acknowledge that lions needs a lot of food.
    Could it be that these monks were not killed by angry Persians?
    But rather were eaten by a hungry lion?
    Poor monks living in a desert like environment, might have found it difficult to feed them selves. How to feed a lion kept as a pet?
    We know that lions do not eat the bones of their victims.
    Just something Catholics and the Orthodox should reflect on, as they venerate these bones.
    Written by Ivar

    2 Responses to Orthodox Greeks worship skulls and bones in the Holy Land

    1. Tekhelet says:
      Man, these photos are tough to look at, but I get why you’re showing them. The harsh reality of this kind of unbiblical beliefs and practices.
    2. MATSATI says:
      Is it any wonder why the unbelieving Jew does not want anything to do with Yeshua, especially if it is believed that Catholicism has anything to do with what Yeshua practiced and taught.