Based from the story of Nimrod, the mystery religion was created. This religion spread among the different ancient empires of Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece, & Rome. This is what paganism is. The purest definition of it. Paganism is the collection of all polytheistic beliefs centered around a central belief. The stories may change, but there are always 4 central figures. They are:

• Father god
• The Sun god
• The Moon goddess (a.k.a Mother god)
• The son of god

Now we do not pretend to be luciferin experts. Nor do we contest to being scholars of greek/roman mythology and other religions, but in today’s Information Age, there is enough information available for anyone to gain a broader understanding.

The chart below illustrates the god & goddess worship of the pagans of different cultures, empires, and religions. It’s impossible not to see the connection from all the stories of these gods & goddesses. The easiest distinction you will find when identifying pagan worshippers is if they worship both Father & Mother god. If there is a both masculine & feminine god in their belief system, then they are a pagan.

Pagan god List

Pagan god List

Now with all of these sun god’s and moon goddesses, another similarity is that they are all birthed from the same father. This father is the ultimate god. He is the creator and bearer of light, of knowledge. He is Father god like referenced earlier. The main connection that most people do not make is that all of these names refer to actually one god. That is lucifer. It’s the same story just different names. Same purposes just different names.

Names of Lucifer

Satan is the master deceiver. This is how he will unite the world to worship him. They already are. They’ve been doing it in his name through silence and secrecy for thousands of years. He has created many gods & beliefs centered around him that people all around the world accept & worship. It doesn’t matter which god it is they choose because if it is not true belief in Jesus Christ, it will lead everyone to satan. This is part of the great deception.

A lot of the prophecy matches God’s true prophecy of the messiah through Jesus Christ. Satan the deceiver has used God’s plan to deceive man. This is what an Anti-Christ is.

The basis and understanding of this information will allow for greater understanding of the traditions the world keep. It will make you think about what god you actually might be serving without actualization.

The key points to know are:

  • Lucifer is the sun-god
  • The birthday of the sun-god is December 25th, the Winter Solstice, the time when the sun is closest to the earth.
  • Pagans worship the moon, the moon goddess, Goddess Diana, Ishtar, and her many other names. She is the female, fertility deity. The virgin mother of god.
  •  She is worshipped on Easter, to celebrate her return each year
  • The son of god is always prophesied to return to be a savior of earth

This is just a summary of the overall connection. It should provoke thought in the reader to make connections with traditions, beliefs, and customs in their own life and review them.


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  • Jim

    Can you cite your raw so(or at least reliable) sources from which you derived your charts. My wife and I were doing some research on what Hindus believe as she is presently working at Cisco where the majority of people there are Indian. I couldn’t find any relation between what you have in your chart and what was posted on a local Hindu website or Wikipedia – Only that their multiple religions under the Hindu name are a complete mess to decipher/determine their three major players on your chart.

    Like certain Jews in Berea mentioned in Acts 17:10-11 I like to verify my sources are correct before I begin publishing on the internet. I have come close to completing my 7+ year project of arranging the Bible in Chronological order using color coding, tables comparing passages describing the same event, where the prophecies and Psalms fit in with the historical events in Kings and Chronicles, etc and would like to include the information from your charts if indeed they prove correct.

    I thank you for posting your “History of Religion” videos on YouTube where I first learned about your teachings and website.

    Blessings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ

    • Laurie

      Vishnu is the father god of Hindu in Vaishnavism.

      Chandra is a moon god, not a moon goddess. It would have been better if he had put Devaki as the mother of god instead of looking up moon goddess, because Chandra shows up automatically in the search results even though he is a male. There is no moon goddess in Hinduism though, only a moon god.

      The reason why Devaki is better is because she is another mother of god type of goddess and one of the mothers of Krishna, she is also the wife of Vasudeva which is another form of Vishnu.

      Vishnu has many different forms or avatars and Vasudeva is one of them.

      So his chart should have been: Vishnu or Vasudeva, Devaki, and Krishna. This would have been better.

      This can be all found on Wikipedia.

    • Laurie

      Mistakes happen though and there is nothing really that can be done about that. Sometimes we make mistakes. He did his best in the short amount of time he had. I was only looking up Hinduism after reading your comment and found that it took me a lot of time just to find this little information. As you said, their gods are a mess. There are already so many of them just by themselves, but they also have many different versions of them. And he was looking up multiple religions. I can’t imagine what pains he must’ve gone through to find the other ones of the different religions. I only know Greek, Roman, and Egyptian on that chart. And I know very little about the Catholic religion and now, just a tiny bit about Hinduism. When I talk about how little I know about Catholic religion, I refer to the saints of their religion and the fact that I only vaguely knew that they worshiped the virgin Mary.

  • Kokeyna

    I have been watching your video’s for months now with my son, and I decided to read today, I must say… It is compelling and thought provoking… A lot to think about and much to receive. Great information for the soul.

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