Investigating Religions & Their History Part 1 -The Pope’s Mitre


Investigating the Pope’s Mitre

As most of you know, I am not here to attack anyone’s religion, but the truth needs to be understood. I am here to point out the facts and to reveal truth to anyone who wants it. Clearly there is something fishy going on with the history of the Pope’s Mitre. Looking back to ancient Babylon to present day, they are all still wearing that pagan mitre.

It is clear that something very strange is going on. The Catholic church openly professes to be the Church of Christ, but their works say otherwise. So, understand this, when we see something being displayed before the public that does not look right, but that we have a fishy suspicion that something is terribly wrong, we as Christians need to investigate and not stand idle and sound the trumpet, or deception stands at the door.

What we will be investigating today is the relationship between the Pope’s mitre and Dagon the fish god. Dagon is alive today in most churches. One sure way we can find Dagon, is by finding any fish symbol being displayed. And if your church is using this image, they are clearly paying homage to that object.

Many believe that the Vatican is the Church of Christ, so let us take a look at the Popes miter for a moment and see what is going on with this odd looking headcover and the meaning behind it.

The two-horned mitre, which the Pope wears, when he sits on the high altar at Rome and receives the adoration of the Cardinals, is the very mitre worn by the priests of Dagon, the fish-god of the Philistines and Babylonians.” – The Two Babylons ; Alexander Hislop; p. 215


The Mystery religion of ancient Babylon / Assyria, was noted for the priestly class of “Dagon – the fish god” in much the same way that the “Mystery” religion of Rome who has openly proclaimed their connection with paganism and has visibly carried out the tradition of ancient Babylon with the mitre that the Pope wears.

The fact is the origin of the mitre goes back long before Christ and can be traced to the ancient Babylonian fish-god named Dagon.

Who is Dagon?

Dagon was the god of the Philistines. This image shows that the idol was represented in the combination of both man and fish. The name “Dagon” is derived from “dag” which means “fish.” Although there was a deep affection from Dagon’s worshippers to their deity, the symbol of a fish in human form was really meant to represent fertility and the vivifying powers of nature and reproduction.

The Babylonians had a myth that a being emerged from the Erythraean Sea who was part man and part fish and thus adopted the deity into their culture in their earliest days in history. There have also been discoveries of the fish-god in the sculptures found in Nineveh, Assyria that looks just like the mitre the pope boastfully wears today.

Does the Bible mention Dagon?

When the Philistines took the ark of God, they brought it into the house of Dagon, and set it by Dagon.

1 Samuel 5:3-5, “And when they of Ashdod arose early on the morrow, behold, Dagon [was] fallen upon his face to the earth before the ark of the LORD. And they took Dagon, and set him in his place again. And when they arose early on the morrow morning, behold, Dagon [was] fallen upon his face to the ground before the ark of the LORD; and the head of Dagon and both the palms of his hands [were] cut off upon the threshold; only [the stump of] Dagon was left to him. Therefore neither the priests of Dagon, nor any that come into Dagon’s house, tread on the threshold of Dagon in Ashdod unto this day.”

Historical facts about Dagon the fish god – “In their veneration and worship of Dagon, the high priest of paganism would actually put on a garment that had been created from a huge fish! The head of the fish formed a mitre above that of the old man, while its scaly, fan-like tail fell as a cloak behind, leaving the human limbs and feet exposed.” – Babylon and Nineveh, Austen Henry Layard, p. 343

“The most prominent form of worship in Babylon was dedicated to Dagon, later known as Ichthys, or the fish. In Chaldean times, the head of the church was the representative of Dagon, he was considered to be infallible, and was addressed as ‘Your Holiness’. Nations subdued by Babylon had to kiss the ring and slipper of the Babylonian god-king. The same powers and the same titles are claimed to this day by the Dalai Lama of Buddhism, and the Pope. Moreover, the vestments of paganism, the fish mitre and robes of the priests of Dagon are worn by the Catholic bishops, cardinals and popes. -The Wine of Babylon; Pg 9

This also explains the symbol for the fish being used in modern day Protestantism today. It is the MARK of Paganism and has nothing to do with Christianity.


It is also a sign or symbol your church is in fact not what they claim to be. Let us use these tools to investigate our very own church in where they stand with such visible objects and symbols. And what most don’t know, Satan loves to use objects and symbolism to have his people display who they truly do worship while hiding behind the cloak o Christianity. The commandments of God are clear: “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness [of any thing] that [is] in heaven above, or that [is] in the earth beneath, or that [is] in the water under the earth:”  But of course the world ignores this and does what they want just like all the Babylonians. Today they do the same thing and use Jesus as an excuse for their rebellion against what truth is.

Even the church of Satan in their BLACK MASS @ Harvard University was displaying the mitre of Dagon the fish god (Satan); not to forget the black hoodies that the Vatican also wears as ancient Babylon and modern day Satanism. Both of the two have clearly adopted Satanism, which history shows.


The Truth has been provided. I pray and hope this has been a blessing. Peace.