The Worship of the sun - Paganism has been masked into Christianity

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Alexander Hislop states “
In Egypt, the disk of the Sun was represented in the temples, and the sovereign and his wife and children were represented as adoring it…
In the great temple of Babylon, the golden image of the Sun was exhibited for the worship of the Babylonians.
In the temple of Cuzco, in Peru, the disk of the Sun was fixed up in flaming gold upon the wall,  that all who entered might bow down before it.
The Paeonians of Thrace were sun-worshippers; and in their worship they adored an image of the sun in the form of a disk at the top of a long pole.
In the worship of Baal, as practised by the idolatrous Israelites in the days of their apostacy, the worship of the sun’s image was equally observed; and it is striking to find that the image of the sun, which apostate Israel worshipped, was erected above the altar.109
These sun disks, sunbursts, or representations of the sun can be found in many Catholic Churches.

France

Prague

Italy

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Painting of Saint Etienne on the cupola (roof / ceiling)  of Cahors cathedral, France

Carmelite Church of Our Lady Victorious in Prague

Apse of Basilica of St. Peter's in Rome

Germany

Russia

Jerusalem

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Berlin Cathedral in Germany

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow, Russia

Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem