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 Cover of the Seventh-Day Adventist Bible Commentary Vol 7A Published in 1957 by Review & Herald

  1. Notice the Pagan COPTIC CROSS embossed on the cover
  2. Image #2 I highlighted the Coptic cross for those with weaker computer monitors
  3. Image #3 is what's referred to as the "CROSS POTENT" note the data on that cross
  4. Image #4 is the COPTIC CROSS used for the Pagan New Year (Notice swastikas!)
  5. Image #5 is the Greek Orthodox Version
  6. Image #6 Ethiopian Priest using COPTIC CROSS in procession

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 Crosses like these are often associated with sky and or Pagan sun gods. The Cross Potent is a symbol adopted from ancient Mesapotamia. The cross potent with a circle was used as the sign for the Assyrian heaven-god, Anu. This cross is also called the Windlass, a term linked with it from back in the Middle Ages.


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This "coptic cross" is associated with the coptic new year (nayrouz) which is celebrated on a Sunday in early September during the Roman Catholic liturgy. NOTICE THE SWASTIKA in each corner of the center cross! (Highlighted in yellow)


 IMAGE #5

Greek Orthodox Version


 IMAGE #6

Ethiopian Priest using COPTIC CROSS in procession




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