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Italy: Pope holds interfaith "peace and fraternity" prayer in Rome

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Published on 21 Oct 2020 / In Non-profits and Activism

Zeus/Lucifer god and the sphinx of Egypt


This statue of Poseidon, which is seven feet high, is a gift of the Greek Government to the United Nations; it is a replica of the original which is in Athens. The replica in the General Assembly Lobby was presented to the United Nations in 1953. Until recently it was assumed that the original statue was of the god Zeus. The Greek Government has now informed the United Nations that further archaeological research has established that the figure represents “Poseidon of Artemision”.



Rev 13:1: And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.

The sea represents world nations while the sand of the sea are the people of the world nations (Rev 17:15).


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Pope Francis took part in an interreligious ceremony to pray for peace and an end to the coronavirus pandemic, in Rome on Tuesday.

The Pope called for dialogue between religions, stressing the "fruitful steps" taken in such regard.

"The teaching of the actual pandemics is the awareness that we are one worldwide community sailing on the same boat in which someone's bad is everyone's bad. We remembered that none can get saved alone, we can only save each other together" the Pope said.

Religious leaders including Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople and officials including Italian President Sergio Mattarella were seen joining the pontiff in Rome's Campidoglio Square.

The prayer was named "Nobody is saved alone - peace and fraternity" and promoted by the Community of Saint Egidio.

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