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The Pagan conspiracy involves Christendom demarcating itself from the rest of the World, the same way Islam demarcates itself from what it considers “infidels”. The process of demarcation inflames grand scale wars.

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Villagers and commoners were sneered at —as “pagans” —by Roman soldiers; a form of class distinction (esp. in reference to those who had not joined the ranks). Equivalent to… “you peasant”.

The expressed derogatory use of “pagan” traces back to Roman soldiers who viewed any commoner, or villager, who had not enlisted into the Roman army as — pagan. This was a form of class distinction and even served as propaganda during some periods. Its derogatory use was then borrowed by the founding church fathers of the Vatican, to identify heathenry. The legacy of which, has new religious movements calling themselves Pagans, Devil worshipers, or the Heathernry—groups who are often rooted in some type of angst specifically directed against the Catholic Church. This is evident in Devil Worshiping sects who practice rituals in reverse of the Catholic Church, or who run around with upside crosses.

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Throughout the Crusades, the Vatican and its Church demarcated itself from “Pagans” which served as a type of propaganda in-amongst demands to join Christendom—less ye die by the sword. The Christian conquests, known as the Crusades, operated in the grand scheme of Christianization—a ‘Join or die’ syndrome, which escalated into the inquisitions. Religious fanaticism was a common practice since the founding of the Vatican. At least during the Roman conquests you could pay a tribute if you didn’t necessarily want to join (Mafia). There was also a respect for other cultures in the Roman way of life, as witnessed by syncretism in their use of alters and artifacts. This was a practice that the Vatican fathers also borrowed. In attempts to woo “worldly” members, steeped in many rituals to other gods, the Church Fathers also incorporated idol statues and ancient symbols (such as the Crux and the ichthys) into Catholic way of life. The syncretism of ancient symbols has influenced all of Christendom right down to the Protestants Ichthys.

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