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Saturday, February 16, 2019
Pagan god Dagon and The Pope a tale that will shock you
“And the lords of the Philistines gathered them together to offer a great sacrifice unto Dagon their god, and to rejoice; for they said, Our god hath delivered Samson our enemy into our hand.” [Judges 16:23]
This was after Delilah had deceived Samson to having his head shaved. This is also another story that identifies that the children of Israel were black and had short hair. Samson’s mother was specifically instructed NOT to shave his hair a situation that would make sense unlike the false stories that Rome has taught children in history classes.
The Canaanites religions taught and practiced such things as human sacrifice, ritual prostitution, homosexuality and self mutilation. They maintained that their gods practiced these same things as well.
In Canaanite mythology, we have several relationships between Dagon and the other gods. According to Zodhiates, archeologists have discovered in recent years that there was a complex pantheon of gods, which included Baal, Ashtoreth, Ashera and Dagon.
Dagon is either the son or the brother of El and he is the father of Baal. Most of us are actually more familiar with Baal, whose prophets were killed by Elijah during the reign of King Ahab. Satan is the great counterfeiter and he had counterfeited all that is holy. In mythology, gods were married to one another and to man, so that offspring would be a natural outcome of these marriages and really not significant with respect to the Trinity. Furthermore, the most reasonable explanation of Gen. 6 is that angels were allowed to co-mingle with man, which would be the actual origin of these gods.
His female consort was the goddess Shala. Shala is written Ša-la-aš, and is probably equivalent to Sala, who is said to be the wife of Adad, the weather god. Dagon
Dagon, the fish-god of the Philistines and Babylonians, wore a fish hat that is still seen today with Roman Catholic Church’s pope and bishops.
“The miter is derived directly from the miters of the ancient pagan fish-god dagon and the goddess Cybele. The papal miter represents the head of Dagon with an open mouth, which is the reason for the pointed shape and split top.”
The story the church wants you to believe is provided by a PDF entitled, “The Bishop’s Vestments” while an online version of this explanation can be found here.