Paganism

America’s Statue Of Liberty Might Be Based On A Pagan Goddess

Blog note. Interestingly, it should come as no surprise that today’s nation of France currently resides in the area once making up a good portion of the ancient Roman Empire. Today’s current form of Christian Paganism reveres a statue and false idol known as ‘mary’ the ‘queen of heaven.’ Semiramis, Ishtar, Mary, Libertas … pick any ancient, pagan ‘queen of heaven’, they are ALL false female religious idols. End of note.

America’s Statue Of Liberty Might Be Based On A Pagan Goddess

In 238 BC, the pagan Roman goddess Libertas received a temple in her honor on the Aventine Hill. Centuries later, she helped inspire the Statue of Liberty, which stands in a Roman gown on Liberty Island in the Upper New York Bay.

Libertas, the female embodiment of liberty and freedom, has also appeared on the currency of many countries including Switzerland, and North Carolina in the United States. Additionally, she is depicted on the Great Seal of France.

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