The EU is globalist.fluxmaster wrote: ↑Tue Sep 07, 2021 11:24 amI actually dealt with that issue briefly in my novel The Power of Art, Fashion, and Culture:The European Union had expelled the Catholic Church from Europe when it had elected its first Black pope. Many of the cardinals who had voted against the Black pope decided it was time to abandon Christianity and found a new Pagan Catholic religion. They replaced the Christian gods Yahweh and Jesus with the pantheon of Pagan gods, while keeping most of the doctrines the same. The communion bread now represented the body of Jove, and the wine, the blood of Mars. Various schisms then arose, with one group calling themselves Pagan Protestants using grape juice instead of wine to represent the blood of Mars. . . .
The title used by the head of the new Pagan Catholic church was the ancient title Pontifex Maximus, while the title Pope was reserved for the head of the Christian Catholic church, which was now headquartered in Brasilia. One of the problems that the new Pontifex Maximus had to deal with was how much Catholic doctrine to keep and how much to discard. He appointed a committee to study the corpus of Catholic law and determine which doctrines were based primarily on the Bible and which were based primarily on Aristotle. As it turned out, more than two-thirds were based primarily or entirely on Aristotle, and those were kept. The rest were discarded.
Ben Klassen, founder of the anti-Christian religion Creativity, and who had an appreciation for the pre-Christian Roman religion, gave himself the title Pontifex Maximus nearly 40 years ago as the head of his Church Of The Creator (COTC). I liked his analogy, paraphrasing:
Why pick through a barrel of rotton apples (Christianity) when coming up with a suitable new belief system for European man, when Nature provides orchards of bountiful fresh ripe fruit to pick from?
The quasi-racial Pagan Catholic Church is still based on rotton Jewish fruit, and -- bottom line -- still worships the Jew's imaginary tribal god.