Most of the corruption of the church can be traced to the supposed conversion of Constantine to Christianity. This remarkable event could only have been a master strategy of Satan. Constantine married Christianity to paganism and opened the door of the church to a massive occult invasion. In fact, Constantine’s “conversion” itself involved two classic occult events:
“On the afternoon before the battle [against Maxentius at the Mulvian Bridge] … Constantine saw a flaming cross in the sky, with the Greek words en toutoi nika—‘in this sign conquer.’ Early the next morning, according to Eusebius [who says Constantine personally swore the truth of this account to him] and Lactantius, Constantine dreamed that a voice commanded him to have his soldiers mark upon their shields the letter X with a line drawn through it and curled around the top. …’”
This perverted “cross” so closely resembled the Mithraic “cross of light” that the followers of the god Mithras in Constantine’s army were not offended. Under this ecumenical blend of paganism and Christianity, this “first Christian emperor” slaughtered his enemies in the name of the Christ who had said, “Resist not evil; but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also” (Matthew:5:39). The popes would even exceed Constantine in their bloody conquests and perversion of Christianity.