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Pope Francis Protestant Ceremony Unveils CERN and Child Sacrifice Symbolism

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 21:45
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Pope Francis Child Sacrifice

I’ve been saying this for awhile now, that Pope Francis is indeed the False Prophet ushering in the One World Religion prior to the tribulation period.  He has given us a multitude of evidence to support this fact.

However, add this one to the layers upon layers of evidence.

On October 31st, 2016, Pope Francis held an ecumenical gathering between Protestants and Catholics to “mend the schism” between them.  This is all a part of Pope Francis’ goal in uniting world religions and now uniting Christianity under the governance of Catholicism.  In this 2 hour ceremony, Pope Francis had some insane symbolism show up behind him after he spoke.

CERN symboism of breaking through the world/dimension is readily apparent, as well as what appears to be reference to child sacrifice.

Watch this video, it will blow your mind!

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  • The Church was invaded by jews. They spawned a new religion at the second vatican council. The new church is the harlot, not the Catholic Church. Catholics are a remnant.

    Pope Benedict is still Pope. He was forced out and according to Canon Law that is an impossibility. His resignation was invalid. And since there can only be one Pope at a time, “francis” is an antipope.

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