Posted: Saturday, October 3, 2015 @ 4:45 AM
Revised: Wednesday, August 11, 2016 @ 1:25 AM
Wes’ Comment: The video below is amazing because it proves that Lucifer is the God of Catholicism. A tenor is singing a Catholic hymn in the video, where he clearly sings that Jesus Christ (Marduk) is the Son of Lucifer (En.ki).
Here are the lyrics in Latin:
Flammas eius Lucifer matutinus invéniat
ille, inquam, Lucifer, qui nescit occásum
Christus Fílius tuus,
qui, regréssus ab ínferis, humáno géneri serénus illúxit,
et vivit et regnat in sæcula sæculórum. AMEN.
Translated in “Google Translate,” the English text would be close to:
His flames dawning
man, I say, O Lucifer, who does not know the going down
Christ your Son,
who came back from the grave, his peaceful light on all mankind,
who lives and reigns for ever and ever. AMEN.
“Fílius tuus” means “your Son,” so there is hardly any doubt about it. AMEN, by the way, comes from AMON, who is Amon Ra, aka Marduk https://ajalawarrior.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/amen-a-pagan-deity-literally-means-the-hidden-one-hidden-throughout-the-bible/. So both Christians and Catholics pray to Marduk (Satan).
Catholics try to justify these lyrics by saying that both Jesus and Satan are “Morning Stars,” which is the whole point with the cover-up, but that doesn’t make sense here anyway, unless the Catholics consider God being Lucifer, as well (which I’ve never heard of).
As I’ve said elsewhere, the “gods” who created the religions to manipulate the masses always put double meanings into the scriptures to confuse people. Lucifer is En.ki, an extraterrestrial, who has nothing to do with God, which I’ve showed evidence of in my research.
Here is the link to the translation: https://translate.google.com/#la/en/Flammas%20eius%20Lucifer%20matutinus%20inv%C3%A9niat%0Aille%2C%20inquam%2C%20Lucifer%2C%20qui%20nescit%20occ%C3%A1sum%0AChristus%20F%C3%ADlius%20tuus%2C%0A%20qui%2C%20regr%C3%A9ssus%20ab%20%C3%ADnferis%2C%20hum%C3%A1no%20g%C3%A9neri%20ser%C3%A9nus%20ill%C3%BAxit%2C%0A%20et%20vivit%20et%20regnat%20in%20s%C3%A6cula%20s%C3%A6cul%C3%B3rum.
Here is the link to the original lyrics: http://latindiscussion.com/forum/latin/flammas-eius-lucifer-matutinus-inv%C3%A9niat-ille-inquam-lucifer-qui-nescit-occ%C3%A1sum-christus-f%C3%ADlius.14071/
You can watch the video below and easily follow the words as you listen.