The Bible is inundated with symbolism and literalism. However, unless one is a theologian, it’s rather difficult to understand the many symbolic meanings in the Bible. For example Saint Hubertus, the book of Revelation describes “A fiery red dragon waiting to devour a child from the woman giving birth”, “A beast rising up out of the sea with seven heads and ten horns”, or “The Great Harlot who made the inhabitants of the earth drunk Saint Hubertus with the wine of her fornication.” What do these symbols mean? For the purpose of this article, I will focus on the identity of the Great Harlot. Who is she and what clues does the Bible give in her description?
In ancient Babylon, the land of the Chaldeans had Hunting Necklace an organized religious system–sometimes referred to as “Mysteries.” Those behind the Babylonian Saint Hubertus religious system initiated the “Mysteries.” In his book, The Two Babylons, author Alexander Hishop maintains that the Babylonian “Mysteries” required the people to be bound neck and heel to the priest for “the priest were the only depositions of religious Saint Hubertus knowledge; they (priest) only had the true tradition of how religion could be interpreted and without blind and implicit submission to the Babylon priest, what was necessary for salvation could not be known to the people.” Many say that the Roman Catholic Church represents the Great Harlot. Is it possible that the Harlot stands for something more?
Revelation further explains: “The woman was dressed in purple and scarlet, and was glittering with gold, precious stones and pearls. She held a golden cup in her hand, filled with abominable things and the filth of her adulteries. This title was written on her forehead: MYSTERY BABYLON THE GREAT THE MOTHER OF PROSTITUTES AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. (Rev. 17:4-5)” How does the Great Harlot get the inhabitants of the world drunk? We must go back a bit, remember Babylon is famous for the Tower of Babel, where Nimrod organized a rebellion towards God Saint Hubertus. Due to this rebellion, God scattered the people and mixed their language. Yet the scattered people retained knowledge of the pagan religion. Not to mention, the inhabitants of Babylon had common knowledge of a prophetic scripture: “And I will put Saint Hubertus enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her Offspring; He will bruise and tread your head underfoot, and you will lie in wait and bruise His heel.” (Genesis 3:15.) Although this scripture was fulfilled once Jesus Christ defeated Satan at the cross, the people of Babylon distorted the truth of the scripture. They knew “a woman’s seed” (not a man and woman) would bring forth a Son (the Messiah) miraculously. The Babylonians wrongfully worshipped Semiramis, a woman deity and her son, Tammuz. From Babylon Saint Hubertus the origin of worshipping a Mother deity and Child continued spreading to the ends of the Earth. In Egypt, the woman deity and her son were worshipped under the names Isis and Osiris. In India, Isi and Iswara, in Asia, as Cybele and Deoius, Shing Moo, the Holy Mother in China (Hislop). Most interesting, in the Roman Catholic Church, the Virgin Mary follows the same pattern.
Just consider the symbolic description of the Great Harlot: A woman holding a cup of wine which causes the entire world to get drunk. In 1825, Pope Leo XII, struck a medal bearing on the one side his own image and on the other, that of the Church of Rome symbolized as a “Woman,” holding in her left hand a cross, Saint Hubertus and in her right a CUP, with the legend around her “Sedet Super Universum,” which translates “The whole world is her seat.” Whenever someone claims to see an image of the Virgin Mary news organizations clamor to televise it. Just this year, someone paid over $20,000 for a piece of bread that was supposed to contain her image. The sightings of apparitions of the Virgin Mary have increased over Saint Hubertus Saint Hubertus the centuries. The Roman Catholic Church reveres Mary. Would you be surprised to know that the Muslims revere Mary also? Catholics and Muslims both use the rosary, also known as “sibhah” to Muslims. Rev. Charles Dickson, Ph.D., explains Mary has a universal appeal that transcends over cultural, geographical, and even religious boundaries. Many believe that the Virgin Mary will be used a stepping stone to connect a universal one-world religion under the same umbrella.