Reader Post | By A Fellow Patriot
RE: Just Watch the Movie?
Not at all – join in the spiritual warfare with all your might. Satan has been required to reveal the greatest chink in his armor multiple times, including to St. Dominic and the crowd gathered around him; and to Exorcist Father Amorth.
The Devil Admits to Exorcist Father Amorth: ‘I’m Afraid of the Madonna’
“… if Christians knew the power of the Rosary, it would be the end of me!’”
‘Every Hail Mary of the Rosary is a blow to the head for me; if Christians knew the power of the Rosary, it would be the end of me!’”
The Douay-Rheims Bible is an English translation of Jerome’s Latin Vulgate Bible. “I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel” (Genesis 3: 15).
…< for it is by her seed, Jesus Christ, that the woman crushes the serpent’s head.”>
… Our Lady of Guadalupe is not really Our Lady of Guadalupe, instead she is really Our Lady of coatlaxopeuh which is pronounced “quatlasupe” and sounds extraordinarily like the Spanish word Guadalupe. In the Aztec language, Coatlaxopeuh means “She who crushes the head of the serpent”.
Saint Juan Diego was a Native American Aztec who spoke the native Nahuatl language. Saint Juan Diego’s Aztec name is Cuauhtlatoatzin, which can be rendered as “One who talks like an eagle” or “eagle that talks.” Juan Diego is his Christian name given to him at his baptism which took place between 1524 and 1525.
The miraculous encounters between the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Juan Diego would have taken place in his own native language and not Spanish. The Spanish word Guadalupe refers to another Marian event that took place in 1326 in a small Spanish village called Guadalupe.
The Islamic term for Wolf River is “Guadalupe” (Guada = River; Lupe = Wolf). Hence, the famous Catholic image in Spain found buried at Wolf River (Guadalupe) has been known, since the 14th century, by the Islamic name of “Our Lady of Guadalupe.”
Experts believe that the title Our Lady of Guadalupe came from a misunderstanding of the translation into Spanish of the word Nahuatl coatlaxopeuh. Thus, Our Lady of Guadalupe is in reality Our Lady of Quatlasupe – translated as “She who crushes the head of the serpent”. The highest god of the Aztecs was Quetzalcoatl, or “the feathered serpent”. Throughout ancient civilizations that performed human sacricife, the stone serpent was to whom the sacrifices were offered. An exception being Baal.
Human sacrifices by the Aztecs quickly ended after the miraculous image of Our Lady Of Guadalupe, and the telling of her apparition.
Storm Heaven with your prayers.
p.s. – Why did Hillary Clinton visit the miraculous image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico as Secretary of State in 2009, only to soon after be presented with the “Margaret Sanger Award’ in Texas?
From A Fellow Patriot
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