The moral bankruptcy of our society is well-documented.Few people understand why we have become morally bankrupt.This is David Bay, Director of Old Paths Ministries.
(p.77) From this pagan beginning, the story of the Virgin Mother (Queen of Heaven) spread throughout the world.
In: Martin did not specify what he meant by this phrase, "the Dove is loose"; clearly, however, he might have been referring to this common Roman depiction of the Virgin Mother.
Once people began to worship the mother more than the child, Babylonian priests felt forced to issue an edict deifying the mother also.
After the passage of still more time, "her son's birth was boldly declared to be miraculous, and therefore she was called ..Virgin Mother." (p.76) "The highest titles were then bestowed upon her. In Egypt, she was styled Athor, i.e., the Habitation of God to signify that in her dwelt all the 'fulness of the Godhead'".
58-59) We can easily see that this story is a counterfeit to the true prophecy concerning Jesus Christ.
To enable the Babylonian people to better worship this child, a woodcut portrait was created, depicting him in his mother's arms.
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NEWS BRIEF: "Among all the women who have ever lived, the mother of Jesus Christ is the most celebrated, the most venerated... " Could the Roman Catholic Madonna (Mary, physical Mother of Jesus), who is described in the above Time Magazine article as the "Queen of Heaven", be the same as the "Queen of Heaven" which was helping provoke God to anger and judgment in Jeremiah ? Most of this information is taken from Alexander Hislop's book, "The Two Babylons", 1917.
Among Roman Catholics, the Madonna is recognized not only as the Mother of God, but also, according to modern Popes, as the Queen of the Universe, Queen of Heaven, Seat of Wisdom, and even the Spouse of the Holy Spirit." (Time Magazine, "Handmaid or Feminist? Hislop traces the Babylon-ian worship of the Queen of Heaven back to the days follow-ing the death of Nimrod.
What Martin is saying, then, is that the ancient worship of the Pagan Virgin Mother is now loosed in the world.