I haven’t been able to find the chapter 6 of The Book of Baruch in the Apocrypha. I later found out that chapter 6 was originally a separate work called the Letter of Jeremiah. I did a search on the letter of Jeremiah and found chapter 6, which I am discussing here. Click here for The Letter of Jeremiah Letter of Jeremiah or Baruch 6:4-6 Click here for a statue of Mary being carried in procession. Letter of Jeremiah or Baruch 6:9 Letter of Jeremiah or Baruch 6:12 Click here for satutes with crowns and dressed in robes. Letter of Jeremiah or Baruch 6:19 Click here for pics of nuns with candels. Picture So, according to the 6th Chapter of Baruch or the Letter of Jeremiah, the ancient pagan Babylonians crowned their statues with crowns of gold or silver, carried them in procession on their shoulders, dressed them with regal clothing, and lit great numbers of candles to these statues of gold, silver, stone and wood. Modern Babylon, the Roman Catholic Church, does exactly and precisely the same to honor its statues of Mary, Jesus and what it calls Saints. Is there a connection here?