Built on paganism
Vatican City is a walled enclave within the city of Rome. With an area of approximately 44 hectares (110 acres), and a population of 1000, it is the smallest state in the world by both area and population. However, formally it is not sovereign, with sovereignty being held by the Holy See, the only entity of public international law that has diplomatic relations with almost every country in the world.
The Vatican is literally built on paganism...
Pagan Pantheon
This plan was in the form of an enormous Greek Cross with a dome inspired by that of the huge circular Roman temple, the Pantheon.
Pantheon is derived from the Ancient Greek "Pantheon" meaning "of, relating to, or common to all the gods".
The Pantheon is the house of all pagan gods. The pagan eight-pointed star of venus from the pagan goddess Ishtar is clearly visible in the details on the floor of the St. Peter's Basilica.
City of prophecy
The word derives from the Latin "vates", which means "tellers of the future." This name was the name given to a hillside on the west bank of the Tiber River in Rome because daily lineups of fortunetellers used to hawk their "wares" there to passersby on the street.
The English-Latin noun vates is a term for a prophet. ... In pagan Rome the vates resided on the Vatican Hill, the Hill of the Vates. The Vatican Hill takes its name from the Latin word Vaticanus, a vaticiniis ferendis, in allusion to the oracles, or Vaticinia, which were anciently delivered on the Vatican Hill.
Some believe the word Vatican derives from the Latin word "vaticinor" which means "to prophecy". Others disagree. The origin of the word Vatican is mysterious. A word like Vatican should not be too difficult to trace. What's for sure is that it used to be a place of oracles. Would it be a coincidence that Michelangelo painted five pagan prophetesses in the Sistine Chapel? Michelangelo painted five pagan prophetesses in the sistine chapel: Delphic Sibyl, Persian Sibyl, Cumaean Sibyl, Libyan Sibyl and Erythraean Sibyl. Sibyl comes from the Greek term Sibylla meaning prophetess. The sibyls were women of Greco-Roman antiquity who reputedly prophesied at holy sites under the influence of a deity. * The Word of God clearly warns for prophetesses...
'Do not turn to mediums, and do not seek after spiritists to be defiled by them. I am YHWH your Elohim.
TS2009 - Leviticus 19:31
God is clear.
City of the dead
A necropolis is a large ancient cemetery with elaborate tomb monuments. The word is derived from the Ancient Greek ... nekropolis, literally meaning "city of the dead".
The Vatican is built on top of the Vatican Necropolis, a city of the dead.
The Circus of Nero or Circus of Caligula was a circus in ancient Rome, located mostly in the present-day Vatican City. ... The circus was the site of the first organized, state-sponsored martyrdoms of Christians in 65. ... The obelisk at the centre of this circus's spina always remained standing, until it was re-erected in Saint Peter's Square...
Nero was a Roman emperor known for the persecution of Christians. The circus where he executed Christians and others is where the Vatican is now. The pagan obelisk, stolen from pagan Egypt, still stands firm. Around the obelisk there is a pagan wheel of the year linked to pagan Celtic god Taranis, similar in shape to the star of Ishtar.