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Does Vatican really mean prophetic serpent?

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  • Does Vatican really mean prophetic serpent?

    The word 'vatican' comes from Latin and is a contraction of two words in the following way:
    'Vatis' = 'profetic' or 'diviner' 'Can' = 'serpent/snake'
    These two words combined make:
    'the profetic- or made devine serpent'

    The Vatican is a place, so you may say, that 'Vatican' means 'the place of the profetic- and worshipped serpent'.
    Trying to translate 'divining serpent' into every-day-English I would say it means:
    'A spiritual serpent that is worshipped as god'.

    I get this info from http://gracehead.com/index.php/2008/...igion_a_closer
    Thank you.

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    Re: Does Vatican really mean prophetic serpent?

    Ok. This seems like a stretch to me.

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      The Two Babylons

      Thanks, Felicia, for the courage to post this thread of yours. It's quite an eye opener for sure.

      "The Two Babylons" by Alexander Hislop is not an easy book to read, but if you can bear with it long enough, the book details the rituals and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and traces the harlot church's pagan origin way back to ancient Babylon.
      Go to: http://philologos.org/__eb-ttb/
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      From Felicia's given URL: http://gracehead.com/index.php/2008/...igion_a_closer

      Knowing the meaning of the word 'Vatican' no one will be surprised that the crest of the Vatican is 'a serpent-dragon', because that is exactly what the word 'vatican' says it means ánd what our Bible says in Revelation 12:9 'the dragon, the old serpent called devil or satan...'.
      Of course there are many more ways to find out the true nature of 'the vatican'...!
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      The Roman Catholic Church is the greatest of all the cults out there enslaving nearly 1.2 billion souls.

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