The European canon is here -the history of Roman catholicism pagan origins, the reformation, and the use of the occult by the antichrist papacy in the counter reformation

Station to Station by David Bowie

Only in the modern post reformation era did we see a rise in the occult.
The rise was brought about by the antichrist papacy counter reformation tactics by the vatican library making public many false books that were eaten up by the post reformation occultists who wit the help of money interests created new occult teachings and spread them into society and modern pop culture.

The occult is a pantomime a ruse a trick.
The knowledge of it useless as its basis is lies.

Station to station is a history lesson in Roman paganism, modern occultism and demonic false roman catholic teaching.
Yet the song itself is mainly a celebration of the reformation bringing mankind access to the bible canon in their own language.
The European canon is here!
Access to the Word of The true God and the glorious good news of his son Jesus christ the messiah.
It is a gloriously triumphant celebration of Gods mercy via the reformation which led to thousands of souls being saved, connected to the God who is love,
Mankind keeping faith by the word of God being in them that truly he the true gospel genuine son of God The Lord Jesus christ is here with us and in us.
Yes he’s here !
Only one in a million are left to be blinded by the papal whore’s false church

Bowie mindfully aware of the constant threat of the papal counter – reformations use of the occult ends the song with the ominous words
The return of the thin white Duke throwing darts in Lovers Eyes
Making sure white stains
Which is a reference to the white dress of the second beast
Who poses as a lamb yet speaks and so teaches like the dragon satan.
Bowie again is warning of the visual means by which men are deceived via the eye gate. This time he warns us the enemy is attempting sure the religious brilliant white stains the lovers eyes.

Close them to him
Bowie mimes as he closes the song with a smile.

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