Monday, December 6, 2010

The Assumption of Mary

Yup this is a beautiful picture of the Assumption of Mary, but there is a problem.

You may be wondering why there are different flora and fauna surrounding the Blessed Mother. She looks like a nature nymph or a mythological goddess of nature.

Let us see how this photo was captioned:
Happy Feast of the Assumption! The body of Mary glorified, not only anticipates
the resurrection of all Christians but the redeemed state of the cosmos.
What the?!  Redeemed the cosmos?  Looks like it came from the writings of Teilhard de Chardin, eh?  It did.  For the late Jesuit cosmologist, Jesus is the Savior of the Entire Universe bringing order and balance to nature.  He is for these paganistic "Christians", the Avatar.  No wonder the Assumption of Mary has been interpreted by these apostates as the expression of the redemption of the cosmos.

Christ came into the world to redeem us from our sins and bring us to the Kingdom, the Heavenly Jerusalem NOT NATURE and NOT TO BRING ORDER TO THE COSMOS!!!

Our precious immortal souls are more precious to him!

This form of belief is a work of modernist theologians who aim at hybridizing Christianity and Gaia worship, a pagan religion.

This photo and caption came from...wait for it...a Catholic nun. Pinoy at that! Ugh!


  1. Actually, the image is more like of Maria Makiling than anyone else!

  2. Yeah. An obvious play in the Mother Earth Goddess and the Blessed Mother.

  3. Looks like this image better fits the Roman goddess Diana, which is the goddess of the moon and hunting. I have seen similar pose of that goddess in this picture when I was a kid.