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The Darkest Secrets of the Vatican

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Sedes Sacrorum (Latin for Holy Seat), known as the Holy See in English, is the seal of the Vatican City State. "The Roman Cult* which controls the Catholic Church maintains that the first person to use the concept of the Holy See was St. Peter. This of course, is impossible as the etymology of the word "Sedes" (See) and its associated meaning were not in existence until hundreds of years after the execution of St. Peter in 70 CE at the Siege of Jerusalem." The Roman Cult is a shadow group of blood-thirsty satanists, which was involved in "child sacrifice, burning people alive (since 11th Century CE), demonic worship and absolute celibacy of its lowest priests.

Since the 1st Century BCE, its high priests known as 'Pontiffs' -- a hereditary position controlled by a handful of ancient families -- claimed the ancient pre-Republic title of Pontifex Maximus after the Roman Emperors assumed themselves as high priest of the state cult of Magna Mater (Cybele). 


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