The Lord said of Himself: “I am a worm and not a man” (Ps 21:7) 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Freemason and Pontiff, Albert Pike┬áhad Christ-and serpent on crosswritten about how Christ put on the appearance of a human body in Morals and Dogma;

“The Light could not unite with darkness. It but put on the appearance of a human body, and took the name of Christ in the Messiah, only to accommodate itself to the language of the Jews … He suffered in appearance only … the person of Jesus having disappeared.”

In the Scripture we find the worm is the mother when it is said, “I have said to the worm, thou art my mother. The worm shall feed sweetly on him.”

Originally, the Christ was referred to as a worm. In the early Catholic Church, the Latin Doctors had changed the word worm to serpent.

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