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A Poem for Cebu


 The pool

What is your decision Cebu?
Are you not going to ask for forgiveness?
for idolatry in cross and Sto. Nino, including pedophilia,
not through catholic priests but directly to the Father in heaven? (more…)

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Cebu City Judgment and Magellan’s cross


Roman Catholics and ‘cross’ believers are being challenged. Will Magellan’s cross, which was planted by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 in Cebu City, be able to protect and save the city and neighboring areas? Also, will Sto. Niño idols be able to do so protecting the Cebuanos?

Magellan's cross area

The place in Sto. Nino Basilica where Magellan’s cross is preserved. http://www.wordatthenet.com

This challenge is related to the judgment based on the following critical grounds:

  • Sto. Niño idolatry in Sinulog and in other places
  • Cross idolatry
  • Protecting pedophile priest by Cebu Archdiocese
  • Pedophilia in the area

Factual bases of the judgment:

Sto. Niño idolatry in Sinulog and in other places:

“The Sinulog celebration lasts for nine days, culminating on the final day with the Sinulog Grand Parade. The day before the parade, the Fluvial Procession is held at dawn with a statue of the Santo Niño carried on a pump boat from Mandaue City to (more…)

“The Word” was Offended


The Word” was offended when replaced by his alleged image/picture that you see in churches, souvenir items, stores, markets, cinemas, Facebook, internet, streets, etc. He was also offended when an image, popularly known as Sto. Nino, was made to represent his name as a child.

Trees

Trees are for forests and words are intended for this world. http://www.wordatthenet.com

He was offended  because he did not teach about these images, being contrary to the teachings not to serve or bow to any image of anything, either in heaven, on earth or underneath the seas. In effect, including even his own image, assuming that somebody was able to take his image 2000 years ago and thereafter.

Thus, the calamities and disasters, which are exemplified by war, famine, tsunami, diseases and the Philippine earthquake lately reported and more disasters and calamities to come, until everybody learns the lesson to respect “The Word” that for centuries were abused by priests, nuns, concerned preachers and all opportunists.

This is a theory of the case.

Why is He offended? (more…)

Cebu-Bohol Earthquake: A Sign Against Idolatry


In Cebu City, Philippines, Sto. Nino Basilica was heavily destroyed by 7.2 earthquake on October 15, 2013. Also affected were the Roman Catholic Churches in Bohol, Philippines.

Seldom you see a temple without a nidol.

Seldom you see a temple without an idol. http://www.wordatthenet.com

Unfortunately, some Cebuanos were seen carrying Sto. Nino “idols” in television, as if Sto. Nino “idols” can save them from graver (one who carves) punishments.

The acts shown by Cebuanos are grossly constituting idolatry , which is a spiritual stressor that was previously discussed in this site.

The publisher is about to discuss the succeeding verses of Habakkuk 2 after touching the verses that were noted to be the “judgment” for United States and France.

But due to earthquakes in Visayas, Philippines, the publisher deemed it necessary  to quote first what particular verses in Habakkuk 2 would apply (more…)

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