A crosier is the stylised pastoral staff of office carried by high ranking Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and some Lutheran, United Methodist and Pentecostal prelates. It is also known as crozier, pastoral staff, paterissa and pósokh.
It is shaped like a shepherd’s crook. A bishop or head of church bears this staff as ‘shepherd of the flock’ (blaspheming the Messiah, Yahshua, Who is the real Shepherd of His Father’s flock (John 10:7-11)) and usually holds it with his left hand, leaving his right hand free to bestow blessings. However, there are no blessings in Christianity, which is the Church of Satan, only witchcraft (see The Great Deception, Pagan feasts, Pagan gods, The truth about Santa Claus and Sun worship).
The crosier can be traced to the divining staff or augur of Pontifex Maximus of ancient Rome, who inherited it from the priests of Babylon.
It is also called the crooked augur or the serpent crosier, and its real purpose is to identify these priests of Satan with their god, who is known as the serpent and the dragon (see The Serpent who is the Dragon):
“The Great dragon was hurled down, that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to earth, and his angels with him.” Revelation 12:9
Coat of Arms of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order. The Teutonic Order is a Catholic religious order originally founded as a military order in the 12th century in Acre, Israel. The grand master (German: Hochmeister; Latin: Magister generalis) is the holder of the supreme office of the Teutonic Order. It is equivalent to the grand master of other military orders and the superior general in non-military Roman Catholic religious orders; note the Saturn Hat (top) the Papal Mitre and Crosier, and the eagle, symbolising Samyaza
Pope John Paul II holding the bent cross crosier, ferula or staff carried by the Catholic pope, on which their False Messiah, Jesus Christ/Tammuz, is crucified with his legs obscenely parted (see The cross). The Papal High Priest who baptises man and the anointing comes upon him from the underworld. He is wearing a yarmulke, representing one of the rings of the planet Saturn/Satan, his god
Sarcophagus of Egyptian King Tut holding the crosier in his hand so as to identify himself in death with Osiris the sun and god of the dead
Anubis, Egyptian god of the dead
Athena, Greek goddess of wisdom and war, holding the serpent crosier, a symbol of power, representative also of the serpent or lightning bolt — the lightning bolt is a symbol of Satan (Luke 10:18)
Russian Orthodox bishop’s crosier, XVI century
Russian Orthodox Catholic priest with crosier
Gold crozier from Carcassonne, 13th century, Musée national du Moyen Âge, Paris, France
Lion and Serpent, Limoges, circa 1200, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France (1 Peter 5:8)
Indian Orthodox priest with crosier