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Saturday, December 23, 2017

See, I told you so. Terrified Angels with Cleavage at Vatican Nativity

Re: Vatican's 2017 Nativity - Here's a close up of two of the, what are now being described as gay angels, at Mary's feet. The third terrified cherub with cleavage is to Mary's right. I never knew cherubs had cleavage. I thought they were sort of little children. Literally my first thought a few days ago when I saw them was, They look like madames dressed in low cut dresses at a New Orleans brothel. 

Furthermore, the nude man with his six-pack abs lying in a manger of hay would have had money to buy clothes if he had not spent it on gym membership and a personal trainer to tone his physique. The subliminal message with that eye candy for homosexuals is "homosexuality lying in a manger".  


8 comments:

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Well, nowadays it's hard to tell whether any photos are real. Were these doctored? (I wish I thought the answer was yes.) But omigosh, the look on the faces of those "angels." It's like they're minions of the devil horrified at the coming of the Messiah!

Susan Matthiesen said...

This is not a doctored photo. It's actually what they look like. Go to any picture of the nativity and zero in on the angels.

Lauraelaina said...

God help us. I am going on sabatical....

Susan Matthiesen said...

Hey! I just thought of something....I wonder what baby Jesus will look like?!

Susan Matthiesen said...

On the link below scroll down to the 2nd and 3rd picture to see a fourth angel - one with boobs!

Also, where is the other wing of the angel above the entire scene? It appears to be a one winged angel.

http://thecatholictraveler.com/christmas-vatican-2017-nativity-scene/

Susan said...

I haven't seen the bombed-out appearing church background mentioned yet, but I haven't searched all the articles about this outrage. I couldn't tell if the left wing of the hovering angel was behind part of the remaining church dome, deformed or cut off. But I did think the pole on which the hovering angel is placed was likely intended to make it look as if she were being impaled by it. Had the creators not intended that it appear that way, they could have had her supported aloft using something far less obtrusive or had her skirt drape in front of the pole. Truly disgusting and garish and filled with nasty visual innuendo. How much longer must we abide these affronts to our faith...FROM THE TOP!?

paschal said...

This ominous scene is a dire warning to all of a Vatican in free fall.
The whole scene, scattered with the brimstone of Sodom and Gommorah is a blasphemy. The straw manger, tradionally left empty 'til the coming of the Savior, has a disconcerting angular object under a cloth and a hard faced, flat chested Mary, in frontal pose with spread eagled legs. After the 'arrival' of baby Jesus these same figures, including Our Lady, will not be in adoring poses but showing the presently depicted disdain and horror for the arrival of the Light of the World. The darkness of the one winged angel carrying a garish garland is hilighted from below and why is it supported by a rod between the legs?
The falling star seems apocolyptic. Is this a taunting sign to the Maker of the universe?
I see no redeeming value to this Nativity scene but perhaps a miracle will occur on Christmas Eve to touch the hearts of those responsible for this travesty in the heart of Christendom.

Susan Matthiesen said...

I had the same impression of the angel being impaled and thought likewise that the gown should have been longer or that the angel could have been hung by a wire from above. I think you're correct in that the other wing is behind the bombed out ruined church dome.

Also I had mentioned to Mary Ann in an email about the position of Mary's legs. In addition, note the hands on every person including the dead body. They all have the same hand position. Wonder if the weird open palm on every person has a meaning in homosexual subliminal lingo?