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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. That would include all forms of surgery, vaccinations, drugs, heart transplants, organ transplants, animal organs, experimental surgery and drugs -- you name it! Has the Worldwide Church of God leadership forgotten so soon that much of the knowledge of "medical" science stems from paganism, and the worship of Beelzebub, the "god of flies," and ancient Egyptian mythology?
Much of it comes straight out of Babylon! The pagan origin of much of the medical profession cannot be denied. The Egyptians worshipped the world's first physician, Imhotep circa 2, B. Temples were built to Imhotep and bronze statues of him have been preserved. In ancient Greece sick people flocked to the Temples of Asclepius, the Greek god of healing, seeking magical cures for their ailments. When Rome conquered the world, it received most of its medical knowledge from the Greeks and Egyptians.
According to Greek mythology, Asclepius was the son of Apollo. His many children included the goddess of health, Hygeia. His healing powers were reputed to be so great that he could bring the dead back to life. Zeus killed Asclepius with a thunderbolt for thus violating the law or order of nature. Even today the foundation of modern medicine is the "Hippocratic Oath," which is sworn to by many graduating students of medicine.
Notice the pagan origin of this ancient oath!
According to Hislop's classic study, The Two Babylons , the pagans worshipped that "old serpent, called the devil, and Satan" Rev. The serpent or snake was one of the forms of the sun divinity at Rome. The Greek form of this name, Asclepius, signifies simply "the instructing snake. In ancient Pergamos, where "Satan's seat was" Rev. The serpent of Asclepius, and the entwined serpents of the staff of modern medicine, then, symbolize Satan the devil, that old "serpent" who deceived mankind in the Garden of Eden!
In essence, then, modern medicine bears its identification right in its forehead, and on its staff, and in its very "oath"!
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Let us not confuse this form of satanic counterfeits with the true medicine and healing truth taught in the Scriptures or modern "physicians" with the kind of "beloved physician" that Luke was! Asclepius was also identified with Beelzebub, the lord of the flies. Thus the Worldwide Church of God, in its present day endorsement of "all medical procedures," has gone from one extreme to the opposite ditch!
It has plunged from total avoidance of any and all "medical" treatments, and drugs, to total endorsement of the entire medical establishment and every medical procedure!