So, they want to arrest Bill Gates! (

And they said that Melinda Gates is a baptized Catholic. But what was she doing on a TV Channel, wearing an upside-down cross? ( and (

But guys, what is the meaning of the upside-down cross?

I grew up and studied in St. Peters School in Mazagon, Bombay. (Mumbai now). Our school emblem involved an upside-down cross with two keys, called the Petrine Cross on which, tradition says that the Apostle Peter was crucified upside-down. So, we did not mind it at all. (As if we understood everything at that time!).

Mind you, the details of Peter’s death were not explicitly recorded in the Bible.

This is just extra-Biblical history as I will explain below.

According to tradition, the Apostle Peter was crucified during Nero’s reign on an upside-down cross. In this sense, the inverted cross symbolizes humility in faith because Peter would not be crucified in the same manner that the Saviour, Jesus Christ, was crucified. Jerome, who was born nearly 300 years after Peter died, affirmed that Peter was crucified upside down.

In Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1563), John Foxe relied on Jerome’s account:

“Jerome saith that he was crucified, his head being down and his feet upward, himself so requiring, because he was (he said) unworthy to be crucified after the same form and manner as the Lord was.”

Because the Roman Catholic Church views each pope as a successor of St. Peter, the inverted cross is commonly connected with popes. (

But recently, however, it is common for the upside-down cross to be used as a symbol of atheism, humanism, and the occult.

Several black metal bands use an inverted cross to call attention to their supposed devotion to Satan. Upside-down crosses appear in horror movies such as The Omen and The Conjuring as a signal of demonic activity.

The symbol crops up in tattoos, on pendants, and as a logo on t-shirts. Sometimes, it is accompanied by statements such as “Believe in Yourself,” “There Is No God,” “Black Mass,” or “Not Transformed.” In these contexts, the obvious intent of the inverted cross is to declare an opposition to Christianity. Turning the cross upside down becomes a means of denying the truth of Christ and mocking His sacrifice.

So, what then is the meaning of an upside-down cross?

It depends on the context.

When the symbol is used in a church setting, it is most likely a reference to Peter and the manner of his death.

In another context the inverted cross is often an anti-Christian symbol. In our fallen world, holiness is often mocked and what is good and pure is twisted by the “god of this age” (2 Corinthians 4:4).

The cross, a symbol of Christ, is turned upside down to become a symbol of the devil. (

Honestly, looking at these Gates couple, we can say that they believe, and they vehemently speak about eugenics. Which simply means…a set of beliefs and practices that aim to improve the genetic quality of a human population, typically by excluding people and groups judged to be inferior and promoting those judged to be superior.

They also push abortion and vaccines for humans. (Find out the results of these in India).

Jesus clearly taught us in Matt 7:15, 16… “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them…”

Whoa! By their fruit!

In closing I would say this.

In my past life, and my involvement with Satan and Satanic symbolisms, we were taught that sometime or the other, you need to reveal symbols to glorify the Devil and his kingdom influence.

So, in seeing all this…you judge.