1. The nativity of the Sun, the birth of Tammuz Dec. 25 The nativity of Jesus, or “Christmas” is held on December  25
2. The Midsummer festival of the Pagan was held on June 24 of each year The Nativity of St. John is held every year on June 24
3. The assumption of Semiramus who became the  mother godess of all Pagans The assumption of Mary, who became the mother of God to all Catholics
4. The mother goddess was given the title, and worshipped as, the Queen of Heaven. Jer. 7:18 The Virgin Mary is given the title, and worshipped as, the Queen of Heaven – by all Catholics.
4.a “Queen of Heaven” is wrath subduer of the Pagan god Mary, “Queen of Heaven” subdues the wrath of Christ and His Father against sinners.
5. Cakes decorated to the goddess with a “+” drawn on it. Jer. 44:17,19 Hot cross buns are baked for Mary in most Roman Catholic churches
6. 40 days fasting before Easter for Tammuz, Ezek. 8:14 Catholics fast 40 days (Lent) before Easter
7. Sexual festival of Easter. Ezek 8:16 The Roman Catholic church initiated the sexual festival of Easter first in Christiandom
7a. Gathering at sunrise for worship Catholic church started Easter sunrise services first in Christiandom
8. The resurrection of Tammuz on Easter, and the procession of graven images during Easter holy week All Roman Catholic churches parade partake in processions of graven images of Jesus,  Mary, and Peter, and of the saints during Easter week
9. Veneration of graven images of Baal, Ishtar, Tammuz and lesser gods in the heavens All Roman Catholic churches venerate graven images of Jesus, Mary, Peter,  and of the “lesser” saints in the heavens
10. The belief of the constant immortality of the soul, and burning place of eternal torment  Rome teaches the belief of immortality of the soul and a burning place of eternal torment
11. Pagans believed in the doctrine of purgatory Rome teaches the doctrine of purgatory
12. The belief of the dead visiting the living on a certain day each year. A feast is then held for all the dead on first day of November. (Called all souls day) Rome teaches they must hold a festival for the dead on all souls day held Nov. 2, and all saints day held Nov. 1 of each year (Halloween, all hallows eve, is held Sept 31 each year).
13. Burning incense and candles Jer 11:17; Ezek 8:11 Rome, as well as every Satanic church burns incense and candles in their “masses”
14. Chants and repetitive prayers. Beaded prayer chains. Rome as well as Satanists use chants and the beaded prayer chains. (Rome calls the chant “Gregorian chant” and the beaded chained “Rosary”)
15. Symbol of the cross as symbol of Sun worship. Mesopotamian cylinder seals of old have been found that depicted the “cross in the sky” as a symbol of sun worship. Ancient carvings of an Assyrian kings have also had huge crosses carved on their chest. The oldest pictures in the world from Mesopotamia has text with is explaining the “cross” in the sky as the symbol for the sun. This particular archeological find is on display at the University Museum in Philadelphia PA. The Roman Catholic church displays a plus sign “+” cross symbol not only on the walls, paintings, windows, and roofs of their churches. Their priests also have these crosses on their clothing. Many other churches also use them and even place them inside a circle as a double symbol of Baal. The crucifix itself is an elongated version of the cross of Baal as well. Pagan Rome of old offered human sacrifices to Baal on these crosses as well.
16. Pagans wear amulets and idols to scare away evil spirits Roman Catholicism teaches the wearing of crucifixes and medals as a method of protection. The scapular is proof of that fact.
17. The round disk “sun” wafer with the IHS symbol for Isis, Horus & Seb, was eaten as food for the soul and worshipped as Baal incarnate The Roman Catholic Eucharist / wafer also has the IHS carvings on it for Isis, Horus, and Seb. And it is also given as food for the soul, and is worshipped as god incarnate.
18. Pagan’s would paint the child Tammuz and his mother Semiramus with the glory of the Sun around their heads Rome paints the child Jesus and his mother Mary with halos of the Sun around their heads
19. Pagan’s performed infant baptism, and the sprinkling of holy water Rome practices infant baptism, as well as the sprinkling of holy water
20. Pagans taught Necromancy (Talking to the dead) Rome teaches Mysticism (Novenas/prayers to the dead)
 21. The first day of the week kept sacred to honor the Persian sun god  Mithra. The name of the day was changed to  “SUN”day  Rome admitted they changed the Sabbath from day 7 to day one in honor of “SUN”day