The first hybrid invasion was removed by the flood of Noah, the second, within the Promised Land, was removed by "conquest" (actually by God's direct intervention in combat) but unfortunately (through Israel's refusal) the hybrids were incompletely removed. The third infestation is prophesied for Daniels Ten Toes Kingdom of "iron and clay" and will usher in the Apocalypse. Look it up (Bible). To Christians, it is forbidden to use this symbol (or any symbol) as an object of worship (Exodus 20: 4-5). The enemies of our God do not have comparable restraints. Now, what about the contemporary phenomena of apparitions of a woman and child and the messages given on these occasions, which are reputed to be NON-BIBLICAL or clearly ANTI-BIBLICAL? By all experience, all anti-biblical messages are simply NOT of God. Additionally, what about reports of a 'baby Jesus' appearing during apparitions? The only body of Christ Jesus, supplied by Mary, NO LONGER EXISTS from the time of resurrection. It has been REPLACED completely by a new, ADULT, eternal, glorified body, which is a marvel of marvels. The old body obtained from Mary, and certainly any previous CHILD BODY for Jesus, no longer exist at all. Why would they, as separate bodies, continue to exist?
History behind the Worship of the Sacred Heart?
Where is there a “sacred heart” in the Bible?
Nowhere. It doesn’t exist.
But it exists in Chaldean mysteries, in Babylon and Egypt, where it was worshipped as a symbol of the “Child Nimrod”, or Bel, the reincarnation of the Sun (fiery and burning; Baal) and represented as a heart of flame (Flaming Heart). (Have you seen paintings or statues with a flaming heart recently?). Demons can and do generate the fiercest emotions of love or hate, as it suits their purpose.
This Heart is one of the ancient symbols of Osiris (Tammuz), the infant divinity “born again” to Isis, his mother. This son is called the “strength of his mother”, the “boy-god”, whose symbol was the heart. While he was recognized by the pagans as a mighty war-god, he was exhibited in his favorite form as a little child.
The HEART in Chaldee is BEL and the worship of the sacred heart was under the symbol of the “Sacred Bel”, “that mighty one of Babylon”, Horus (Tammuz), the “born again”. In several of today’s giant religions he is given the name of “Jesus”, but his published attributes are not the attributes of Jesus of the Bible, but those of Moloch and Bel.
The Unbloody sacrifice was offered to Samirabis, the Queen of Heaven, also known as the discoverer of corn, in the form of thin, round wafers (symbol of SUN). Samirabis is identical in Babylon as Melita, the “Mediatrix”, in Egypt as Isis, in Greece and Rome as Ceres or Athena and, and after the Roman Emperor Constantin’s religious melting pot, as the Catholic “Mary”.
The god she brought forth, and who is offered back to her under the symbol of the wafer, as “bread of life”, was in reality the fierce, scorching sun or terrible Moloch, yet in that offering all his terror was veiled.
The “Mother” was believed to be benignant, merciful, the favorite “divinity”. The Madonna of Roman Catholicism also entirely eclipses her son, as mother of grace and mercy, “Bona Dea”, the “Mediatrix”, Aphrodite, (“wrath subduer”), who could by her charms soothe the breast of angry Jove.
Several giant religions, faithful to this Babylonian paganism, present Christ (the true Lamb of God, lowly of heart, God’s greatest love) as a stern and inexorable judge, while “Mary” is set off in the most winning and engaging light.
This is simply a different “Christ” and a different “Mary”. Is it a wonder, that there are so few actual Christians in this world?
Who then, appears in all these "modern apparitions"?
You decide. And God help you.
What does God say about the “Cult of Mary”? Look it up in the Second of the TEN COMMANDMENTS, Deut 5:8-9, King James:
8 Thou shalt not make thee [any] graven image, [or] any likeness [of any thing] that [is] in heaven above, or that [is] in the earth beneath, or that [is] in the waters beneath the earth:
9 Thou shalt not bow down thyself unto them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God [am] a jealous God…