Christian Church Desecrated With Satanic ‘666’ Symbols
Incident comes as Christian churches targeted across Europe
A group of vandals, who are yet to be identified, desecrated a Christian church in Goleszów, southern Poland, painting Luciferian symbols on the entrance doors.
The perpetrators used white spray paint to write the words “Ora pro nobis, Lucifer,” Latin for “Pray for us, Lucifer,” around an inverted Christian cross, accompanied by Latin words for the Church of the devil.
The vandals also painted a pentagram and 666, a number referring to the “beast” in the biblical book of Revelation.
The incident took place over the weekend before the profanation was discovered Sunday when the sacristan arrived to prepare for Sunday Mass.
Christian church sites have increasingly become targets over the past few years.
In 2019, three churches located in the East end of London were desecrated with each door being marked with satanic pentagrams and the number 666.
Neon nettle reported at the time:
St John’s Church in Stratford was the first to be subjected to the attack were vandals set fire to the main door.
The arson came as other acts of vandalism took place, including doors being scratched and poster being ripped down, the Newham Recorder reported.
Another attack at St John’s church took place on Wednesday morning as refuse being set alight outside the church door.
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The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination Against Christians in Europe (OIDACE) reported the increase in Christian persecution throughout Europe, noting:
“A rise in the number of churches, Christian symbols, and cemeteries across Europe being vandalized, desecrated, and burned, compared to previous years.”
The report also states, “Christians have been fired, sued, and even arrested for exercising their freedom of expression or conscience.”
“As we have noted in the past, Christians in Europe are not simply experiencing social discrimination, prejudice, or restrictions on freedom."
"Christians, including clergy, have been attacked or killed for their faith,” the report stated.
Churches across Europe and most notably France have been targeted by vandals and arsonists.
The news comes just weeks after a migrant from Rwanda was detained and later found guilty after a blaze torched the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul in Nantes, France, which is now being treated as an arson attack.