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Philippines must be forewarned. It already suffered from the combination of religious idolatry and “oral sex” mentality, which is inside Reproductive Health Law.

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A resting lion is at peace or maybe tired. http://www.wordatthenet.com.

Unfortunately, basing on  recent developments, Filipinos are inviting another destruction due to idolatry of Roman Catholicism through the alleged “Nazarene” feast.

The previous  sufferings are not apparently  enough for them to understand what’s really going on.

Prior  to Christmas last 2012, Filipinos were visited by Typhoon Pablo resulting to more than 1,020 deaths.

Also, prior to recent Christmas, Typhoon Yolanda struck resulting to more than 6,000 deaths. The message is becoming clear.

The calamities are telling Filipinos that December 25 is not the birth date of a Jewish true Christ that is being celebrated by  Filipinos and the world. It’s a Roman Christmas promoted by Roman Catholic Alleged Church, which is the successor of the Roman empire. Also, the “oral sex” mentality in Filipinos is not acceptable.

So, if you are in the shoe of the true Christ, you may not fell the obligation to protect Filipinos because logically, the obligation lies on the false/Roman Christ. The result was-instead of greeting the Filipinos with ” Merry Christmas“,  some of them were greeted with “condolence” and some can no longer be greeted with either one of the said greetings.

The yearly typhoons, which are deadly, started when  Philippine “oral sex” legislation or the Reproductive Health Law, which was passed in 2012, was combined with idolatry of Roman Catholicism.  Thus, expect another destruction on or before December 25, 2014.

Just immediately after Cebu-Bohol earthquake last October 15, 2013, this site forewarned on the effects of idolatry shown  by Cebuanos, who were showing the Sto. Nino idols while being interviewed in television. This show of idolatry was later followed by Typhoon Yolanda in less than a month thereafter or on November 8, 2013.

Now, Roman Catholic devotees are  seen in TVs and newspapers doing the even worst form of idolatry in Black Nazarene. They  were traditionally made to believe by Roman Catholicism that they are  phrasing Jesus Christ, not knowing that they are phrasing the wrong/Roman Christ and placed at the forefront by the alleged church as enemies of God. So, expect the calamities to come sooner. Similarly, Black Nazarene deceptively uses the name of Jesus Christ.  It is not only shown during procession but also traditionally being kissed by devotees. Quoted from The Philippine Star (January 8, 2014 issue):

“A devotee kisses the foot of the image of the Black Nazarene during the traditional ‘pahalik’ at the Quirino Grandstand in Manila”

Compared to Sto. Nino idols, Black Nazarene is much worst and a much bigger idolatry. Thus, Filipinos have to expect a bigger catastrophe more than that of Typhoon Yolanda.

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