paganism

Do not trust in these gods!

This is a short tract about men and women who are believed to be divine.

      

Do not put your faith in Prince Philip, Maradona or Tendulkar

 

Mathematician Pythagoras was worshipped by many.

He urged his followers to worship the Number 10.

He died in 495 BC.

Alexander the Great was revered as a god.

Some say he is responsible for 3,500,000 deaths.

He died in 323 BC.

Caesar Augustus was worshiped by millions.

His followers believed he could wipe away their sins.

Queen Victoria and the Occult

Queen Victoria and her husband, Prince Albert attended séances as early as 1846. In 1861, the year when Prince Albert died, a thirteen-year-old medium, Robert Lees delivered a message from Albert to the Queen in which he called her by a pet name known only to her and her dead husband. Victoria was delighted and she sent her trusted servants to investigate the young medium. After impressing the royal officials with impossible-to-know details of Albert’s personal life, Lees was invited to visit the queen at Buckingham Palace.

Ivan the Terrible and Jesus

Have you heard about Ivan the Terrible? He was a delightful Russian king. Did you know that he secretly worshipped Cronus aka Saturn - the god who ate his own children? Ivan shows us clearly that you become like the god you follow. Ivan tortured and murdered thousands of his own people. His life was drenched in innocent blood. Can you imagine what would have happened if Ivan had followed Jesus instead of Cronus? 

 

Romanian politicians and the Evil Eye

A few years ago a group of Romanian witches warned former Chelsea player, Adrian Mutu, that his career might suffer because of curses put on him by a former girlfriend.

"No problem", replied Mutu, revealing an unusual Romanian superstition. "Curses can't touch me because I wear my underwear inside out".

Many western people find this story perplexing and bizarre. Secular people do not just ignore God but they also ignore the spirits, the gods and the superstitious behaviour that paganism brings.