“Isis was often represented standing on the crescent moon, with twelve stars surrounding her head. In almost every Roman Catholic church on the continent of Europe may be seen pictures

and statues of Mary, the “Queen of Heaven,” standing on the crescent moon, her head surrounded with twelve stars.”

-From Bethlehem to Calvary – Chapter Two Alice Bailey

“Goddess veneration of the “virgin with child”

has been a central belief for various societies

throughout history, including some aspects of

Christianity. Indeed, many leading occultists

see striking parallels between the Roman Catholic

“Virgin Mary”–the “Queen of Heaven”–and the

goddess Isis. And the comparison is startling.

Presently, Roman Catholicism holds Mary

to be eternally virgin, just as Isis was.

Catholicism also contends that Mary was

without sin, making her into a type of “god.”

In fact, there are some who claim that Mary

is the “fourth person” within the Trinity.

This belief is linked to Catholicism’s

claim that Mary now has a direct say in

mankind’s salvation through her role of

co-redemption and mediation. Hence, the

elevated Mary becomes a “goddess” in the

Catholic faith, just as Isis was a goddess

in the pantheon of Egyptian deities. And just

as Isis was (and still is) called “Mother of

the World” and “Queen of Heaven,” so too

Mary is now exalted with these same titles.”

-Isis: “Queen of Heaven”

by Carl Teichrib

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