Saturday, December 24, 2011

Catholic Symbols and Its' Meaning

Most of the things spread against Roman Catholics are lies and misconceptions. I saw this website called it shows an uneducated person's blog which shows symbols being used against the Catholic Church, both Eastern and Western.
 The Skull and Bones

He doesn't clearly know what the "Skull and Bones" symbol symbolize. They are put in Crucifixes in reference to a legend that the place of the crucifixion was also the burial place of Adam or, more likely, in reference to the New Testament statement (King James Version: Matthew 27:33, Mark 15:22, and John 19:17) that the place of his crucifixion was called "Golgotha" (tr. "the Place of a Skull"). The skull under Christ's foot symbolizes Christ's triumph over death. Not as a masonic symbol. Another symbol is the All seeing eye of God.

The All Seeing Eye of God 

Aachen Cathedral

The all seeing eye of God or the Eye of Providence is a symbol used in Christianity to show (often with the addition of an enclosing triangle)  an explicit image of the Holy Trinity. Seventeenth-century depictions of the Eye of Providence sometimes show it surrounded by clouds or sun bursts. Most people apply them only to Freemasonry not to Christianity. The person only applies it to masonry and Illuminate. They also think as a symbol of the devil. Since God sees everything He can be symbolize by an eye.

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