Beginning with Cain
When Cain was banished from the mountain of the Adamic people he wandered around for awhile until he began having sons. Then he became the first builder of cities and gathered several people of the sixth-day creation and made them slaves. They served Cain in building his cities and tilling the soil, which had become cursed for Cain. The Accadians, which means mountain people, was the ancient name for the eighth-day races who came down from the mountains. In Mesopotamia, Cain civilized and enslaved the people called Sumerians.
Mr. Haberman writes:
"Like the white Europeans settling in South Africa are called South Africans, even though the native South Africans are blacks, so are the Adamites settling in Sumeria being called Sumerians by our age generally, while in reality they should be called Accadians. The Encyclopedia Britannica under Sumer and Accad shows that the terms Sumerian and Accadian are interchangeable, and both refer to the people of early Mesopotamia; but it also appears that the term Sumerians should be applied more to the aboriginal blacks and Accadians to the invading Adamites. As the word Sumer is derived from Shinar, the bush-land, it indicates therefore that Sumerian applies to the aborigines. On the other hand, the word Accad means mountains and corroborates our contention that the Accadians or Aryans came from the mountains."
Before the land of the Adamic people became flooded and uninhabitable, many from Adam’s lineage had also left the land, setting up stone monuments as they migrated in all directions of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and the Far East. After the flood, when the sons of Noah began to increase, Eurasia or the known world at that time, was divided between Noah’s three sons. Ham’s portion was basically the Middle East; from North Africa to the plains in Mesopotamia where the cities of Cain were.
And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father, and told his two brethren without. (Genesis 9:22) Ham had already done evil in the eyes of the Lord and Noah by uncovering his father’s nakedness. Uncovering your father’s nakedness was an ancient term for sleeping with your mother. And the man that lies with his father’s wife has uncovered his father’s nakedness: both of them shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them.(Leviticus 20:11) One night while Noah had passed out drunk on wine, Ham went into his father’s tent and impregnated his mother and from this, she gave birth to Canaan. And Noah awoke from his wine, and knew what his younger son had done unto him. And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren. (Genesis 9:24-25) Here again, we have a pattern of thirds. Shem represents the third consisting of Israel, Japheth represents the third consisting of the Gentiles and Ham represents the fallen third, which would be the Kenites. With that thought, the similarity with the sound of the two names, I find very interesting: Satan begat Cain and Ham begat Canaan. (I would bet that there’s some deep truths to be found in examining the parallels between the two.)
The Old Testament books of Joshua and 2nd Samuel mentions an ancient book called, The Book of Jasher; And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hastened not to go down about a whole day. (Joshua 10:13) Also he bade them teach the children of Judah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Jasher. (2Samuel 1:18) The book of Jasher is an excellent addition to the books of the Bible for the study of Biblical history.
For several generations after the flood, the hybrid humans and some other mutant life-forms created by the Nephilim were still running around terrorizing the people. Those animals, from their middle downward, were in the shape of the children of men, and from their middle upward, some had the likeness of bears, and some the likeness of the keephas, with tails behind them from between their shoulders reaching down to the earth, like the tails of the ducheephath, and these animals came and mounted and rode upon these asses, and led them away, and they went away unto this day. (Jasher 36:32)Zepho went and he saw and behold there was a large cave at the bottom of the mountain, and there was a great stone there at the entrance of the cave, and Zepho split the stone and he came into the cave and he looked and behold, a large animal was devouring the ox; from the middle upward it resembled a man, and from the middle downward it resembled and animal, and Zepho rose up against the animal and slew it with his sword. (Jasher 61:15)
Going back to the story of Adam and Eve for a moment, when they were cast out of the garden of Eden, God had made garments for them to wear to replace the fig leaves which they used to cover their nakedness. When they died, the garments were passed to Enoch, then to Methuselah and then to Noah. After the flood, Ham stole the garments and hid them. Later, he gave them to his son Cush, who also hid them. Cush then gave them to his son Nimrod. And Nimrod became strong when he put on the garments, and God gave him might and strength, and he was a mighty hunter in the earth, yea he was a mighty hunter in the field, and he hunted the animals and he built altars, and he offered upon them the animals before the Lord. (Jasher 7:30) About a millennium later, Samson had received a similar supernatural strength as long as his hair was not cut by a razor. (Judges 16:17) Nimrod received supernatural strength when he put on Adam’s garments. The Lord was with Nimrod and he destroyed many of the giants in his region, along with the wild beasts which kept many in fear of being devoured. (This period of Nimrod’s life, when he rid the land of the wild beasts, such as the lions, is still celebrated today in many Indo and Far-Eastern cultures. Although, Satan has blinded them and a majority of the world, as to the true source of their celebrations.) Nimrod had given many people around him a sense of hope and security. (The name Nimrod means, subdues leopards Nimr = leopard & rada/rad = to subdue. The most common definition of Nimrod’s name is the rebel.)
And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer. (Revelation 6:2) This verse in the book of Revelation is not about Nimrod but he is definitely the first in the world of the pattern of the Anti-Christ and of the New World Order. Before Nimrod, people walked in fear of God, or in fear of the gods. Everyone knew that Noah and his sons were the survivors of the great and mighty Accadian race born in the now desolate land of Atlantis. After the flood, the known world was under the laws of Noah. Noah’s sons and their offspring had subdued much of the oppression by the Kenites upon the sixth-day people and everyone walked with great caution in fear of sinning against the God of Noah. Nimrod’s ambition, influenced by his father Cush, soon became to free the people from their fear of God. Cush and his father Ham had truly fell in regard to their reverence and obedience to God Almighty. They were hooked into the lies and mixing with the Kenites, who were, and are, Lucifer’s chosen offspring.
Nimrod dwelt in Shinar, and he reigned securely, and he fought with his enemies and he subdued them, and he prospered in all his battles, and his kingdom became very great. All the nations and tongues heard of his fame, and they gathered themselves to him, and they bowed down to the earth, and they brought him offerings, and he became their lord and king, and they all dwelt with him in the city of Shinar, and Nimrod reigned in the earth over all the sons of Noah, and they were all under his power and counsel. (Jasher 7:44-45) Shinar was the land between the modern day rivers of the Euphrates and Tigris in the plains of Mesopotamia, which is Greek for, ‘between the rivers.’ Nimrod was the first king in the world to ever wear a crown; the horns of a bull. He was their lord because he was the supreme authority in all matters of spiritual and religious understanding, as well as maintaining his empire. Nimrod had managed (only because the Lord allowed him) to gather the people of the world under one ruler; with one philosophy, one mind and one language.
Nimrod (a.k.a. Amraphel - Jasher 11:6 & 27:2), with the men of his counsel and again encouraged by his evil father Cush, desired to build a great city where they could remain forever and rule the world. (In doing this, they were going against the Word spoken to their father Noah. God wanted them to spread out and fill the earth.) From Shinar, this city destined to be called Babel was about a two day journey and 600,000 men gathered to take part in its construction. The tower would be Nimrod’s mountain; his throne. He was the mightiest man on the earth and he wanted a throne like the Mightiest God in heaven. To the Adamic people, the Nephilim were like gods. To the people of the sixth-day races, from Cain’s era to several generations after Nimrod, the Adamic people were like gods. As the god of his empire, enthroned high in the tower, Nimrod’s subjects would have to ascend to him for council; the ‘most high’ of them. If God should send another flood, Nimrod and his people would survive above the waters in the tower.
With the building of this tower, many believed like a naive child that they would reach the God of the universe. The more they worked, the more obsessive they became and the more they waged war in their hearts against the true Most High God. When the tower began to reach high into the sky, it took a whole day just to make the brick, carry it to the top and come back down. If someone dropped a brick on the way up and it broke, they all wept. Yet, if someone fell off the tower and died, they ignored it and continued in their work. The people divided themselves into three motivating groups. (This is where we get a picture of the thirds in the first heaven and earth and the attitudes within this Beast of the Sea toward God.) The first group said that when they reach heaven, they want to fight God. The second group said that when they get to heaven, they want to set up their own gods to serve and worship. The third group said that when they reach heaven, they want to shoot God with all their arrows and spears. It was then that God gathered seventy of His closest angels and said, "Come, let us descend and confuse their tongues, that one man shall not understand the language of his neighbor." (Jasher 9:32)
The Tower of Babel fits the pattern of the Beast of the sea, which fits the pattern of government in the world of the first heaven and earth, and the end of this second world. In the book of Jasher, the people are divided into three groups or thirds. Although Israel had not yet come into this world, symbolically, the first third who wanted to fight God is Israel. That’s what the name Israel means, wrestles with God. The second third, who wanted to setup their own gods, this would be the gentiles outside of the Kenites. The final third are the Kenites. They want to kill and replace God.
Mr. Haberman goes on to write:
"Mr. Davidson in his notes to Chart 30 of his Babylonia and Central Asia says: The migration into Western Asia of the survivors of the parent body of the Adamic race of Central Asia in the 23rd century B.C. begins a new chapter in the history of the race. In their land-locked 'earth' they had been 'one language and one speech.' This condition the survivors of the new race endeavored to perpetuate in their settlement in Babylonia. By building an imposing city and tower they hoped to recentralize the race. In this aim they were defeated, and were 'scattered abroad' amongst the primitive races, and the descendants of the early Adamic settlers, 'that they might not understand one another's speech.' In the 10th chapter of Genesis therefore - in what Professor Sayce discovered to be a statement of the geographical distribution of the white race - the races of the Gentile world are described as territorially subdivided, according to the 'families of the sons of Noah,... and by these were the nations divided in the earth after the flood."
"The Hebrews are the most prominent and most numerous, predominating in the British Isles, Scandinavia, Germany, Holland, and Switzerland. In the Latin countries the Hamitic element is in the majority, while the people of the Balkans and Russia are mostly Japhetic. A large Semitic element is also found in Arabia, Persia(Iraq & Iran), and India. Most of the Semites are of course Hebrews, numbering between four and five hundred million, and half of them are Israelites." (written before WWII)
The Lord said, If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.
So the Lord scattered them from there over all the earth, and they stopped building the city. That is why it was called Babel - because there the Lord confused the language of the whole world. From there the Lord scattered them over the face of the whole earth. (Genesis 11:6-8)
the Whore of Babylon
Shortly after Nimrod rose to power, he made gods of wood and stone, and he bowed down to them, and he rebelled against the Lord, and taught all his subjects and the people of the earth his wicked ways; and Mardon ( Merodach, Marduk or Mars?) his son was more wicked than his father. (Jasher 7:47) Nimrod grew up in a land that was previously dominated by the Kenites and until the Tower of Babel, everyone spoke the same Chaldean (early Phoenician) language. The Chaldean language is the root to many languages of the world, just as the Babylonian mythology, which Nimrod modified and defined after the Kenites, is the root of most religions and their religious rituals and traditions; especially the ancient religions. Some traditional beliefs that may go back several hundred years really go back much farther. The true source of many religious traditions have become obscure because some may have been abolished or replaced for a time, then brought back or revived after a period of oppression; giving birth to a spiritual hunger. The denomination of the newly revived religious practice would sometimes receive the name of the person who brought it back. While at the same time, they lacked the knowledge of the true origins of that belief or practice.
With Cain, the Sumerian people were the first to see his kind. Cain made them aware of God and of the gods and made a ‘religion’ for the people to practice. Who better to teach religion than Cain? He couldn’t get the ground to produce, so he enslaves people to do it for him. He couldn’t get his heart right with God to make an offering pleasing to the Lord, so he has his servants do it for him. Isn’t it ironic that he was killed by one of his near-blind children? Today, we look at this religion Cain had started as harmless mythology. I’m sure many Sumerians probably thought that Cain was also a god. For that matter, the Sumerians probably looked to all the Accadian people as gods, because it was only the eighth-day race during this time that had the incredibly long life-span. It may have seemed at first to the Sumerians that the Accadian people never died. Possibly six generations of the Sumerians passed on before one generation of the Accadians. In Cain’s religion, Adam and Eve were gods. Adam was the god Anu and Eve was goddess Ea, which later evolved into Gaea, the earth goddess or mother earth. The top of the godhead in Cain’s religion was Baal. Baal was the sun-god; Cain’s real father - Satan. This was the religion that Nimrod modified and defined; incorporating with it the knowledge he inherited from his fathers.
Nimrod knew the stories behind the constellations as did probably most of the world at this time. His dominance over the world, the protection, security and hope the people entrusted him with, moved him to claim that he would fulfill the prophecies of the constellations. He claimed to be the ‘desired seed’ that God wrote out in the stars and gave to Enoch. Enoch gave this knowledge to his children and they gave it to their children and so on. When it came to Nimrod, everyone thought because of his power and might, that he was the promised Savior of mankind. Nimrod used this trust from the people to manipulate them to do his will; to make everyone think that he had the power to give eternal life or eternal damnation. At the very least, they thought he knew the destiny of everyone’s soul and that he had the answers for those that worried about their afterlife. He played a major part in turning a vertical one on one relationship with God into a horizontally focused ‘religion,’ (I call it horizontal theology) dependent on a self-proclaimed mediator between God and man and which also incorporates idol worship. (Anyone or anything a person puts between or before the Father God Almighty is idol worship. This would include those saints or spirits people speak or pray to instead of directing their prayers to the Father through the Son. For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus. 1Timothy 2:5) Consequently, everyone believed that his wife, the queen, was the fulfillment of the constellation of Virgo; the queen of heaven. Several years after her death, when there were no more people living for hundreds of years, many believed that she actually became the constellation.
Think about it: during the building of the Tower of Babel, everyone was ‘one mind.’ After the confusion of tongues, they were still of the same ‘one mind,’ only they had become separated by language. The world became divided according to the different clans of people and by the different towns the people had come from to build the Tower. The Accadians that came from Shinar maintained their Chaldean language. Other than Noah, Shem and a few of their sons, the world still had one religion. Today, generally speaking, the religions around the world basically started out with the same story, only different names for their deities or gods, or saints. Many religions are still based on these mythological stories. Some of these stories are even disguised as Christian stories; only because the names were changed to Biblical names. Remember, even Satan believes in God and he knows God’s Word better than any mortal. He knows God’s Word so well that one would almost have to be a Bible expert just to see how he twisted the meaning. Religion is his greatest tool of deception.
Outside of the Bible, Nimrod is known historically by many names. Sargon the first is one of Nimrod's Historical names. In Nineveh, he was Ninus and his beautiful wife’s name was Semiramis. By the definition of the name of Ninus and Semiramis, we can see that Satan’s primary weapon of deception called religion (of confusion) was already dominating the world. Ninus, which means, the child, had deified himself as the promised seed; the branch of Virgo. His deified wife Semiramis was the ‘mother goddess of gods and men,’ which is the definition her name. Here the world gets its first images of the woman and the child. The religion was primarily the worship of the sun. It’s from the sun worshippers where we get images of people with rays of light going out from behind them and haloes around their head. Ninus had also claimed that one day he would die in order to save the world.
Images from Ancient Babylonia and India
This religion would later be called the Chaldean Mysteries. It was still around when the Apostle Paul wrote: For the secret power of lawlessness (The Mystery of Iniquity; the ancient Chaldean Mysteries) is already at work; but the one who now holds it back will continue to do so till he is taken out of the way. And then the lawless one (the father of this religion; Satan) will be revealed, whom the Lord Jesus will overthrow with the breath of his mouth and destroy by the splendor of his coming. (2Thessalonians 2:7-8) This religion, claiming universal truth with its many rules, rituals, hierarchies, idols and revered tradition is still alive and well today and will continue to prosper until Jesus returns. It’s destruction is written in the book of Revelation, chapters seventeen through eighteen.
When the city of Babel was abandoned, Nimrod and his men returned to Shinar. The first century historian Flavius Josephus writes: But as to the plain of Shinar, in the country of Babylonia, Hestiaeus mentions it, when he says thus: "Such of the priests as were saved, took the sacred vessels of Jupiter Enyalius, and came to Shinar of Babylonia." ( The Complete Works of Josephus, bk 1. ch. 4) For several years after Babel, Nimrod had lost the hold on his world empire. It was divided among the kings that Nimrod had previously conquered. About thirteen years later (a number Biblically symbolic of rebellion), Nimrod re-established his sovereignty over most the world and moved back to the city of Babel. It’s at this time that Nimrod also became known as Amraphel. Nimrod dwelt in Babel, and he there renewed his reign over the rest of his subjects, and he reigned securely, and the subjects and princes of Nimrod called his name Amraphel, saying that at the tower his princes and men fell through his means. (Jasher 11:6) Flavius Josephus also writes: But on the thirteenth year they rebelled, and then the army of the Assyrians came upon them, under the commanders Amraphel, Arioch, Chodorlaomer, and Tidal. These kings had laid waste all Syria, and overthrown the offspring of the giants. (bk. 1 ch. 9)
We can also see that these giants were involved in the ‘Mysteries’ religion. And in the fourteenth year came Chedorlaomer, and the kings that were with him, and smote the Rephaims in Ashteroth Karnaim, and the Zuzims in Ham, and the Emims in Shaveh Kiriathaim, And the Horites in their mount Seir, unto El-paran, which is by the wilderness. (Genesis 14:5-6) Ashteroth Karnaim means Ashteroth of the double horns. The word Ashteroth basically means, ‘increase your riches ten-fold.’
Some of the cities that had been destroyed in the process of re-establishing his sovereignty Nimrod rebuilt. And the beginning of his (Nimrod’s)kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar. Out of that land (Nimrod) went forth Asshur (This word should have been written as ashurah which means, being made strong.), and built (invaded) Nineveh. (Genesis 10:10-11) Nin-neveh means, the habitation of Ninus.
Abraham & Nimrod
The following story between Nimrod and Abraham is how Nimrod met his foretold ending: In the book of Jasher, it says that before Abram was born, and before the confusion of tongues, his (Abraham’s) father Terah was one of Nimrod’s men. Terah the son of Nahor, prince of Nimrod’s host, was in those days very great in the sight of the king and his subjects, and the king and princes loved him, and they elevated him very high. (Jasher 7:49) In the next verse, Terah was married, and the verse following, Abram was born. Several of Nimrod’s associates (his wise men) gathered at Terah’s house to celebrate the birth of Abram with wine and song. When they left Terah’s house, they looked up to the stars and saw one very bright star consume four other stars (symbolic of the world). And they said to each other, this only betokens the child that has been born to Terah this night, who will grow up and be fruitful, and multiply, and possess all the earth, he and his children for ever, and he and his seed will slay great kings, and inherit their lands. (Jasher 8:4) Fearing this prophecy, Nimrod asked Terah to bring his son to him so that he could kill the child. Terah sent one of his servant’s children instead and sent Abram with his mother to live in a cave for ten years. Every month he brought them provisions. Ten years later, Abram went to live with Noah to learn the ways of the Lord. Abram stayed with Noah for thirty-nine years.
I believe the five stars were the ‘wandering stars’ of the ancients. The wandering stars were the five planets one could see with a naked eye. Therefore, what the wise men of Nimrod saw was a planetary alignment of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. The next occurrence of this alignment will be on May 5th, in the year 2000. I don’t really have a specific idea of what could or is predicted to happen on this date. I just know that there’s a book currently in the stores having the same name as the date and that the author of the book might have gotten the date from his research on the great pyramid.
Terah had become heavily involved in Nimrod’s religion during that thirty-nine years,. Terah had twelve gods of large size, made of wood and stone, after the twelve months of the year, and he served each one monthly, and every month Terah would bring his meat offering and drink offering to his gods; thus did Terah all the days. (Jasher 9:8) After the confusion of tongues, when Abram turned fifty years old, he left the house of Noah and went to visit his father. Terah was not home when Abram arrived at his father’s house. Inside the house, Abram saw all the idols of his father and allowed himself to become upset to the point that he picked up a hatchet and destroyed all the idols of his father. When Terah came home to see the broken pieces of his idols scattered on the floor, he too became upset and after arguing with Abram, he went to talk to Nimrod about what his son had done.
Humbly approaching Nimrod’s presence, Terah told Nimrod everything that had happened. He lied in saying that it was the idea of his eldest son Harah (thirty-two years Abram’s elder) that Abram should go away to live in safety. Upon hearing this, Nimrod immediately sent his men to apprehend Terah’s two sons. It was at this time that Harah was contemplating the teachings that his younger brother had learned from Noah and Shem. When he was arrested with Abram, he figured that if they survived Nimrod’s punishment, he would choose the God Abram was preaching. The two of them were bound and thrown into the fiery furnace. Harah was killed instantly along with the twelve men who tried to throw them in, but only the cords binding Abram were burned. Nimrod left Abram in the furnace for three days. When he sent more men to get Abram out, eight of them died. Finally the only thing Nimrod could do was to call to Abram to come out of the furnace. In speaking with Nimrod, Abram said that it was his God, Creator of heaven and earth that delivered him from the fire. Amazed by the power of Abram’s God, Nimrod gave Abram many riches and servants from his own household and sent him away. Three hundred men joined Abram as he left the city.
Afterwards, Nimrod had a terrible dream. He dreamt that he was standing with his troops and hosts in a valley opposite the king’s furnace. And he lifted up his eyes and saw a man in the likeness of Abram coming forth from the furnace, and that he came and stood before the king with his drawn sword, and then sprang to the king with his sword, when the king fled from the man, for he was afraid; and while he was running, the man threw an egg upon the king’s head, and the egg became a great river. And the king dreamed that all his troops sank in that river and died, and the king took flight with three men who were before him and he escaped. And the king looked at these men and they were clothed in princely dresses as the garment’s of kings, and had the appearance and majesty of kings. and while they were running, the river again turned to an egg before the king, and there came forth from the egg a young bird which came before the king, and flew at his head and plucked out the king’s eye. (Jasher 12:45-49) Anxious to know the meaning of this dream, Nimrod had his wise men interpret it for him. It confirmed what they had seen in the stars fifty years earlier. He was advised by one of his wise men named Anuki, to seek out Abram and kill him. Fortunately, one of the servants he had given to Abram overheard this a went out to warn Abram. After hearing the words from Eliezer, his new servant, Abram took all that he had acquired and went to Noah’s place. After about a month, Terah went to see Abram. There Noah and Shem advised Terah to listen to Abram from now on because he speaks the truth and Terah harkened to the words of Abram. It’s a this point where the story in the book of Genesis picks up. (Genesis 11:31)
Abram became Abraham and he begat Isaac and Isaac begat Jacob and Esau. Abraham died when Jacob and Esau were fifteen years old. Nimrod on the other hand was still reigning as the king. Of course knowing that someday someone from Abraham’s seed would kill him, he kept himself informed of Abraham’s offspring. Isaac’s son Esau was building quite a reputation for himself at this time as an expert hunter. Nimrod was observing Esau all the days, for a jealousy was formed in the heart of Nimrod against Esau all the days. (Jasher 27:3) One day while Esau was hunting, he saw Nimrod walking with a couple of his men. He hid himself as they approached in order to ambush them. When Nimrod was in striking distance, Esau leaped out and killed Nimrod. He barely had enough strength left to kill Nimrod’s two men. He then cut off Nimrod’s head and took Nimrod’s garments, which were originally Adam’s. In the distance he could hear more of Nimrod’s men approaching so he ran home as fast as he could. It’s at this point after Esau arrives home and hides the garments, completely exhausted and hungry, that the Bible says that he traded his inheritance for a bowl of food with his brother Jacob.
Remembered and Forgotten
Nimrod reigned for 185 years and lived to the age of 215 years. (Jasher 27:15-16) For nearly the same reason that Christianity spread so rapidly after the Crucifixion and Resurrection of our Lord, the ‘Mysteries’ religion really started to expand after the death of Nimrod. Many had believed that a savior had died for them. It was Satan’s imitation of the Gospel going out into the world. The ‘Mysteries’ religion had spread out from Babylon to Egypt, Phoenicia, Greece, Italy and other parts of the world where the people had migrated to after the confusion of tongues. Just because their language changed doesn’t mean their religion also changed. It spread out towards the East to India and throughout Asia and the Pacific Islands; eventually connecting on the other side of the world in the Americas. Practically the whole world had been influenced by the religion that Cain had started and that Nimrod had modified. In a footnote from the book called Sargon the Magnificent, by Mrs. Sydney Bristowe, she writes: "Mr. Perry has described at great length and a wealth of detail the amazing story of the penetration by these ‘Children of the Sun’ of nearly the whole world, so that the signs of them are visible in India, in the Malay, in China, Japan and the Pacific Islands and in Central America and Peru (the Incas)." (H.J. Massingham, Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum, pg. 30 referring to W.J. Perry’s book, The Children of the Sun and Mr. Perry’s statement; "In some far-off lands the Sun-god’s name was ‘Kane.’")
In many different cultures Nimrod was known by many different names. After Nimrod’s death, his name was changed to the ‘one who was greatly lamented over.’ To the Persians, he’s remembered as Tahmurs, son of Hoshang, builder of Babylon; To the ancient Hebrews, as Tammuz, the lamented one; To the Phoenicians in Assyria, as Adonis, the lamented one; To the Greeks as Liber or Bacchus, the lamented one; To the Romans, as Dionysus, the lamented one and later to the Norsemen as Balder, the lamented one.
The following is just a partial list of the many mythological names Nimrod is remembered as, and yet, forgotten:
|Zeroashta, the seed of the woman (Ishtar) and of fire.|
|Zeroaster by the Babylonians. (Zero, in the ancient days meant ‘seed.’) (This is not the same Zeroaster from the sixth century B.C.)|
|Zernebogus, son of Nebo, seed of the prophet Cush. (a.k.a. Chaos, the confounder)|
|Amoun, the hidden god.|
|Ala Mahozine, the god of fortifications. (same as Melkart)|
|Kronus (Saturn), god of fortifications, the first king of Babylon - husband of Rhea.|
|Khons or Khonso by the Egyptians, son of Maut, the goddess mother.|
|Consus, by the Romans as the god of hidden counsels; concealer of secrets.|
|Centaur (Bol-Kahn = Priest of the Sun) of Babylonia.|
|Jupiter (Zeus), (revolver of the Zen=Sun) husband/sister of Juno.|
|Sagittarius, the characteristic of Nimrod, i.e. mighty hunter, horseman & archer.|
|Centaurus by the Greeks, for Nimrod taught the art of horsemanship.|
|Saturn, the god of mysteries, the hidden one (derived from Latium), husband of Rhea.|
Regarding the word Latium, in a footnote from Alexander Hislop’s book, called The Two Babylons, he writes: Latium, Latinus (the Roman form of the Greek Lateinos), and Lateo, "to lie hid," all alike come from the Chaldee "Lat," which has the same meaning. The name "Lat," or the hidden one, had evidently been given, as well as Saturn, to the Great Babylonian god. This is evident from the name of the fish Latus, which was worshipped along with the Egyptian Minerva, in the city of Latopolis in Egypt, now Esneh (WILKINSON, vol. iv. p. 284, and vol. v. p. 253), that fish Latus evidently just being another name for the fish-god Dagon. We have seen that Ichthys, or the Fish, was one of the names of Bacchus; and the Assyrian goddess Atergatis, with her son Ichthys is said to have been cast into the lake of Ascalon. - (Vossius de Idololatria, lib. i. cap. xxiii. p. 89, also Athenaues, lib viii. cap. viii. p. 346, E.) That the sun-god Apollo had been known under the name of Lat, may be inferred from the Greek name of his mother-wife Leto, or in Doric, Lato, which is just the feminine of Lat. The Roman name Latona confirms this, for it signifies "The lamenter of Lat," as Bellona signifies "The lamenter of Bel." ‘Bel’ was a title which meant ‘lord’ and was passed on to each successor; starting with Nimrod’s father or possibly even Cain himself.
In the story of Balder, we can see (in Edith Hamilton’s book) why everyone was required to lament: "When Hermod reached Hela with the god's petition, she answered that she would give Balder back if it were proved to her that all everywhere mourned for him. But if one thing or one living creature refused to weep for him she would keep him. The gods dispatched messengers everywhere to ask all creation to shed tears so that Balder could be redeemed from death. They met with no refusal. Heaven and earth and everything therein wept willingly for the beloved god. The messengers rejoicing started back to carry the news to the gods. Then, almost at the end of their journey, they came upon a Giantess - and all the sorrow of the world was turned to futility, for she refused to weep." It’s basically the same story, or theme in just about every culture; only the names are different.
Many people found reasons to celebrate during the reign of Nimrod. As he entered each city in his empire, a grand procession began with his advisors, priests and servants singing praises to him. They were adorned with many riches, wearing gold and brightly colored garments. In the eyes of those who viewed him as a god, Nimrod was the Grand Pontiff; the head of all spiritual understanding. These same types of religious processions continue today in many religions throughout the world. It’s like the pope being carried about in his ‘pope-mobile’ during a parade, while surrounded by his cardinals, bishops and nuns walking along side. By this I don’t mean to imply Catholicism alone continues in these types of processions. Traces of Nimrod’s religion can be found in almost every religion around the world; Christian and non-Christian. It’s all for show; like the story of the Kenites making beautiful music and wearing colorful clothes to entice the Adamites to come down from the mountain.
The Mardi Gras and the Carnival in South America are remnants of Nimrod’s processions. How is Christ glorified in any of these so-called ‘Christian’ religious processions? Most people in these religious festivals would rather not be bothered by any moral convictions or what Jesus Christ might say about their activities. Probably a large majority of them are against real Christians or don’t have a clue of what it means to be a real Christian. For them, as it was Nimrod’s intentions in the first place, it’s an occasion to ignore God, get wildly drunk, maybe dabble in a little perversion, and not think about any consequences for their sins or the God they may be offending. The last day of this festival is called Shrove Tuesday or ‘Fat Tuesday,’ meaning, be as bad as you wanna be because tomorrow it’s back to the revered, ritualistic, religious pretensions called ‘Ash Wednesday.’ Ash Wednesday begins the forty days of lent. Lent is a time for people living in darkness to do the things in the name of the Lord (whom they don’t know), what they wouldn’t do everyday of the year. If they knew Him, lent would be everyday for life. They don’t know Him because they don’t think that they have to know Him anymore than they already believe they do.
Edith Hamilton writes of Dionysus (a.k.a. Nimrod):The gods of Olympus (Although mount Olympus was in Thessaly, it represents the original mountain homeland of the Adamites or Accadians; ‘the gods’ predominately referring to Ham’s family) loved order and beauty in their sacrifices and their temples. The madwomen, the Maenads, had no temples. They went to the wilderness to worship, to the wildest mountains, the deepest forests, as if they kept to the customs of an ancient time before men had thought of building houses for their gods. They went out of the dusty, crowded city, back to the clean purity of the untrodden hills and woodlands. There Dionysus gave them food and drink: herbs and berries and the milk of the wild goat. Their beds were on the soft meadow grass; under the thick-leaved trees; where the pine needles fall year after year. They woke to a sense of peace and heavenly freshness; they bathed in a clear brook. There was much that was lovely, good, and freeing in this worship under the open sky and the ecstasy of joy it brought in the wild beauty of the world. And yet always present, too, was the horrible bloody feast.
The worship of Dionysus was centered in these two ideas so far apart - of freedom and ecstatic joy and of savage brutality. The God of Wine could give either to his worshippers. Throughout the story of his life he is sometimes man's blessing, sometimes his ruin.
Nimrod was the god of wine and Semiramis, his wife, also called Demeter (a.k.a. Ceres), was the goddess of corn. To release people from their convictions with the God Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, he invited everyone to a feast where they could fill their stomachs and lose their inhibitions as they got wildly drunk. Then the festivities progressed into orgies of carnal perversion. Afterwards, should any feel overcome with fear and guilt for their souls, he set up ways for them to pay for their sins and not to worry about their eternal existence. One method was inventing the concept of purgatory. With this concept of purifying the soul after the death of the body, people were led to believe that it was possible to pay for the sins acquired in this life in the afterlife. (Jesus did not say to the thief hanging next to him that he would have to wait awhile in purgatory before he entered paradise. Jesus said to him, "Truly I say to you, Today you will be with me in paradise." [Luke 23:43] The blood of Jesus completely covers all sins for those who believe the price of sin was paid in full, once and for all and forever by the Son of God.) To these people, Nimrod had the keys to eternal life and had the power to allow or deny entrance. The religious doctrine he taught was really a way to control or to manipulate them. It was in this kind of control that came the doctrine of Papal infallibility. Nimrod was believed to be a god who spoke with the other gods. Therefore it was impossible for him to be in error. By getting people to focus on the temporal things that were pleasing to the eye and ‘good’ for gain in this physical world, they would lose focus on the eternal things pleasing their Creator. They would forget or rationalize away the consequences of giving in to their sinful nature.
Nimrod’s father was also deified. Cush became the god of gods, known in mythology as the god Janus. January is the ‘month of Janus.’ In Roman mythology, May was the month of Cush’s wife, Maia. Very often in the ancient pictures of Janus, he’s holding a club or is pictured next to one. Cush had several other mythological names. In Rome, he’s also Mercury, which is the equivalent to the Greek god Hermes (signifying the son of Ham, the revealer of secrets; Her = Ham + mes, from Mesheh = to extract. i.e. from Ham’s loins. This is also where we get the term ‘Hermeneutics,’- the interpretation of sacred writings.) or the Norse god Hermod. In Egypt, he is known as ‘the father of the gods’ called Hephaistos, who’s also called Mulciber and Vulcan (often pictured with a hammer like the god Thor). The word ‘chaos’ has evolved from the name of Cush. For example: Cush is recorded in various cultures as Khus, Cuth, Cuath, Kuath, and Khawos, which became Chaos. There’s record of the god Janus saying that "The ancients...... called me Chaos." (The Two Babylons) He’s also the father of the very ancient Ethiopians under the name of Ethiops. The Bible makes reference to the Babylonian religion of the Chaldeans, by referring to Cush as ‘Bel’ because of his hand in encouraging the building of the Tower of Babel. Declare ye among the nations, and publish, and set up a standard; publish, and conceal not: say, Babylon is taken, Bel is confounded, Merodach is broken in pieces; her idols are confounded, her images are broken in pieces. (Jeremiah 50:2) Some other names for Cush were Bal (another form of Bel), Belus (built walls around Babylon), Nebo (the prophetic god), Kissos, Thoth and Hoshang (pioneer in breeding dogs and training leopards to hunt for men).
Babylon’s Holy Days
With the worship in Nimrod’s religion came many rules, rituals and traditions. He proclaimed himself the promised ‘seed’ of the woman. In the constellation of Virgo, she’s holding a branch, so he was also the imitation of the ‘Branch.’ Thou shalt bring down the noise of strangers, as the heat in a dry place; even the heat with the shadow of a cloud: the branch of the terrible ones shall be brought low. (Isaiah 25:5) From the traditional celebration of the Branch, we have the mistletoe. Alexander Hislop says: "The mistletoe was regarded as a divine branch - a branch that came from heaven, and grew upon a tree that sprung out of the earth. Thus by the engrafting of the celestial branch into the earthly tree, heaven and earth, that sin had severed, were joined together, and thus the mistletoe bough became the token of Divine reconciliation to man, the kiss being the well-known token of pardon and reconciliation." It was the mistletoe branch (Abraham’s seed) that killed Balder (Nimrod).
The early Christians did not celebrate Christmas until the fifth century. However, during this time of year there has always been a celebration. Generally speaking, the occasion for the celebration was the winter solstice. To the Greeks and the ancient Babylonians, this festival was called the feast of Bacchus. To the Romans, it was known as the feast of Saturn or the festival of Saturnalia. According to the Third Edition of the American Heritage Dictionary: 1. Saturnalia. The ancient Roman seven-day festival of Saturn, which began on December 17. 2. A celebration marked by unrestrained revelry and often licentiousness; an orgy. Edith Hamilton says of Saturnalia: "No wars could be then declared; slaves and masters ate at the same table; executions were postponed; it was a season for giving presents; it kept alive in men’s minds the idea of equality, of a time when all were on the same level."
There was a birthday being celebrated here, but it was not for Jesus, nor was it a day foretelling His birthday. In Egypt, it was the birthday of the son of Isis, the Egyptian Queen of heaven. In some Arabian cultures, it was the birthday of Tammuz, the Lord of the Moon, son of Baal, the Sun-god; also known as the festival of Deus Lunus (Lord of the Moon). The symbolic items in this celebration were thin round wafers representing the sun with an image of the Queen of heaven or cakes called Yule-cakes or using the Chaldean word, Nur-cakes; a goose or a boar was cooked; a Yule-log (Yule meaning the infant or little child) was put on the fire, and a tree was cut down and set up somewhere near the fire. The Yule log was symbolic of Nimrod’s death, where he was dismembered and stripped bare. The tree was symbolic of Nimrod’s birth out of the fire. This is how he got the name Zeroashta. The name has a double meaning; ‘seed of the woman’ and ‘born of the fire.’
These religious rituals and traditions would later become distracting and corrupted Israel before the Babylonians took them captive almost two thousand years later: The children gather wood, and the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto other gods, that they may provoke me to anger. (Jeremiah 7:18) Pour out drink offerings, similar to leaving milk and cookies for Saturn, or Santa.
Exactly nine months before this ancient day of Saturnalia, which memorialized the birth of Nimrod, a day was honored as the 'Announcement to Virgo' or the 'Annunciation of the Virgin.' Remember, this was around two thousand years before Jesus Christ and was done traditionally as part of the worship to the that woman with many names; Beltis, Cybele, Rhea, Dominia (evolved into Madonna) or the Great Mother (used by the Romans), and Mater Turrita the mother goddess of Babylonia. In Egypt, this day celebrates the conception within Isis. Isis was the goddess of the sun and the moon was her offspring.
The following is another partial list of mythological names for Semiramis (goddess mother, queen of heaven) the wife of Nimrod:
Referred to as ‘The Lady,’ mother of gods:
|In Assyrian: Beltis, Queen of heaven|
|In Egypt: Minerva and Maut, the goddess mother - mother of Khons (Kronus) in Egypt.|
|In Greece: Juno, Athena, Minerva|
|In Crete: Hierapytna|
|In Rome: Hera, Cybele, Rhea|
|In China: Shing Moo, the holy mother|
|Rhea, goddess of fortifications, queen of the universe, wife and sibling of Kronus.|
|Cybele, Queen of heaven, the tower crowned goddess of fortifications.|
|Diana, the Ephesian virgin.|
|Artemis (same as Diana)|
|Astarte, Queen of heaven, (Aphrodite & Mylitta) derived from Ashtoreth, Syrian tower bearing goddess, who turned into a dove.|
|Ammas, the mother|
|Ashta, Isha, or Ishtar|
|Asterie, goddess of innocence and purity, daughter of Bel, wife of Perseus, the Assyrian, founder of the ‘Mysteries.’ It’s with this name that she also turned into the constellation of Virgo.|
|Themis, goddess of justice (same as Asterie)|
|Athor - mother of Apis, the spotted cow|
|Bellona, lamenter of Bel|
|Ceres, the Great Mother of the Greeks (same as Demeter to the Romans).|
|Venus, goddess of love and beauty, the hope of the whole world, wept for Adonis.|
|Demeter, the goddess of harvest wealth; teacher of the ‘Mysteries.’|
|Desponia (the title of Diana and the Greek form of Domina)|
|Isis - mother/wife & lamenter of Osiris|
|Juno - the Dove (aka Nephele = fallen woman, wife of Athamas)|
|Semele, mother of the god Dionysus.|
The next big day of celebration on the calendar after the ‘Announcement to Virgo,’ was the time called Ishtar or Easter-monath and in some areas of Western Europe called Beltane. The name Ishtar came from the city of Nineveh and is another name for the goddess Astarte, Nimrod’s wife. ‘Ishtar’ is where we get the word Easter. Before Rome was Christianized, Diana and Venus were names the Romans used for the roles of this goddess. The name ‘Easter’ appearing in Christianity comes from the work of the Abbot Dionysius the Little in the year A.D. 525. Before him, Christians called it Pasch or Passover and there were not forty days of Lent preceding the Passover. Before it was Christianized and called Lent, it was called ‘Castus’ or the sacred fast. It was the time of Lamenting for Bacchus and also symbolic of the mythology surrounding Proserpine.
In the story of Proserpine, or Persephone, Nimrod’s wife has three roles; she’s the mother (Demeter or Ceres), the daughter (Proserpine), and the great goddess mother Rhea. The daughter is carried away by Pluto down to hell. Demeter leaves Mt. Olympus disguised as a mortal to seek her daughter on the earth. She had asked the Sun where she was and he told her that Proserpine was beneath the earth, among the shadowy dead. As she’s walking, she meets some girls filling their pitchers with water. She tells them that she’s a stranger in town and has escaped from pirates who tried to sell her as a slave. The mother of the girls, Metaneira, has them invite Demeter to stay awhile with them. Metaneira offers the sacred cup of the ‘Mysteries’ (honey sweet wine and barley with water) to Demeter. In turn, Demeter basically offers to give Metaneira’s son an immortal life of everlasting youth. Demeter then puts the boy into a fire and Metaneira is horrified. This angers Demeter so she reveals to Metaneira that she is a goddess and Metaneira trembles to the ground in fear. With radiating light surrounding her, Demeter tells Metaneira to tell the town’s people to build her a temple. They did and Demeter moves inside the temple. In that first year there was a great famine because of Demeter’s anger for her lost daughter. Zeus, worried that all mankind would die of famine, sent Hermes to get Proserpine out of hell. Hermes made Proserpine eat a pomegranate seed so that she would know she had to leave. Then Hermes took her to Demeter’s temple. At the temple, the great mother goddess Rhea was sent down by Zeus to talk with Demeter. Afterwards, Demeter went on to teach Celeus, Mataneira’s husband and many others the sacred secrets of the ‘Mysteries.’ Edith Hamilton writes of Demeter and Proserpine saying: "Demeter, goddess of the harvest wealth, was still more the divine sorrowing mother who saw her daughter die each year." Several sentences later, she says, "She (Proserpine) did indeed rise from the dead every spring." In her writings of Bacchus, she says, "He (Bacchus) was always brought back to life; he died and rose again."
Another element in the worship of Ishtar was the egg. The egg is used as a part of worship in many cultures throughout the world. It was, for the most part, symbolic of Noah’s ark. In the Hebrew, the feminine word for egg is ‘Baitza.’ This same word in Chaldee and Phoenician is ‘Baitha,’ which is close to ‘Baith’ in the Greek Septuagint of the Old Testament, which in the Hebrew is ‘Beth’ for house. Noah’s Ark was the house that preserved civilization.
The religious association with the egg shows how spiritually blind people, in their ignorance, yet trying to appear as ones spiritually enlightened, ritualize a spiritual relationship in a physical manor with their Creator, who is Spirit. They are compelled to have their faith validated on a physical - horizontal level for people to see, rather than a personal, spiritual - vertical level. They think that they can please God by what they do in the name of religion and forget that God knows our heart better than anyone that might know our deeds.
Along side of the egg was the pomegranate. The pomegranate was in commemoration to Eve, who was also worshipped as the mother of knowledge. Astarte or Cybele are also called Idaia Mater, which means the mother of knowledge and were praised for giving mankind knowledge. In some cultures, the pomegranate was replaced with the orange. Cakes were also made and offered to Astarte, the Queen of heaven. These cakes were the ‘hot cross buns’ of antiquity, then called Boun. In some ancient cultures, a lottery was made with the buns. Everyone in the community gathered to draw a bun while blindfolded and the person who picked the bun with a black mark was sacrificed in the fire for the good of the whole community.
About two months later, in late June (June is the month of the goddess Juno, a.k.a. Hera, the wife of Zeus.), the festivals of Tammuz (a.k.a. Molech or Moloch) began; also called the Midsummer fires. For these sun worshippers fire was a common element in many of their celebrations. In the ‘Mysteries’ religion this occasion was for Oannes, the new name for the resurrected Tammuz. The symbolism of the Midsummer fires was in part for the one who gathered the people into civilized communities. This celebration began on the eve of the day with a high ranking priest in each town going into the local temple with an unlit torch. Supposedly, an angel would descend upon the priest inside the temple and light the torch. The priest then came outside the temple with his lit torch into a group holding candles. The priest then shared the flame with the people and they would turn to light the candle of someone next to them. Soon everyone’s candle was lit from the flame originating with the priest. On a clear night, one could see the neighboring towns were also lit by crowds of people holding candles. Then the people walked to a large pile of wood stacked just for this occasion. The wood was set on fire and everyone danced around the bonfire. Several hours later, when the fire had settle to burning embers, the people ran or walked though the fire and also had their children pass through. And they built the high places of Baal, which are in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire unto Molech; which I commanded them not, neither came it into my mind, that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin.(Jeremiah 32:35) I believe this celebration goes back to Cain, who was a tiller of the soil and who half-heartedly sacrificed the fruits of his harvest to the Lord, and was rejected.
Another festival that was celebrated was to the Dove. The goddess Juno was often referred to as the Dove, which was symbolic of the woman who was carried to heaven and worshipped as God incarnate. As we have already seen, ‘the woman’ had many names in the ‘Mysteries.’ Whatever the names were, you can be sure that the true identity was the woman who was believed as the mother of gods and men, and the male hero was sometimes her husband and other times her son. In one story, the dove may be Proserpine; in Edith Hamilton’s book of mythology, it’s the mother of Dionysus, Semele: "The mother whom he had never seen was not forgotten. He longed for her so greatly that at last he dared the terrible descent to the lower world to seek her. When he found her, he defied the power of Death to keep her from him; and Death yielded. Dionysus brought her away, but not to live on earth. He took her up to Olympus, where the gods consented to receive her as one of themselves, a mortal, indeed, but the mother of a god and therefore fit to dwell with immortals." This festival of her ascension was celebrated about mid-August.
More of the Mysteries
To join the faith of the Chaldean Mysteries, the first step was the initiation. This began with a secret and confidential confession. During the confession, the initiates were interrogated with much intensity. The reasoning behind this intensity was to make sure that not one deed in the initiate’s life went unconfessed. Later, if needed by the priests, the confessional became the instrument used to manipulate (blackmail) the initiates into submission. In much later times, people became aware that the higher the social ranking, the more costly the price of forgiveness. This was just another way to increase the wealth of the priests in the temple.
The Mysteries, to name just a few, were the Chaldean Mysteries, the Eleusinian Mysteries and the Mysteries of Bacchus. These religions were mysterious because the concepts of their faith was intertwined in a complex web of multiple names for each divinity. Each name only defined a functioning part of Nimrod’s, his wife’s or the duties of the high priest. In another way, each name was a different episode of a deity’s life. For example: When telling the story of everyone having to weep for Nimrod, his name was Tammuz. In telling the story of Nimrod building fortified cities, his name was Kronus; as a mighty hunter, horseman and archer, it was Sagittarius. Also, the authorities in these beliefs were very selective as to the level of understanding and knowledge a member may have revealed to him or her. Isn’t it a coincidence that "Lat" refers to the ‘hidden one’ and for several centuries, "Lat"-in was the traditional worship language of the people, who until Constantine, were deeply immersed in the religious practice of the "Mysteries?" This title was written on her forehead: Mystery Babylon The Great, The Mother Of Prostitutes And Of The Abominations Of The Earth. I saw the woman was drunk with the blood of the saints, the blood of those who bore testimony to Jesus.
When I saw her, I was greatly astonished. Then the angel said to me: "Why are you astonished? I will explain to you the mystery of the woman and of the beast she rides, which has the seven heads (the seven hills of Rome) and ten horns. The beast, which you saw, once was, now is not, and will come up out of the Abyss and go to his destruction. (Revelation 17:5-8) What religious city is trying to distract people from knowing that Jerusalem is the Christian capital of the world? Remember now, it’s the institution; not the individual. The individuals only know what they’re taught or brought up to believe; much the same as racial prejudices. Then I heard another voice from heaven say: "Come out of her, my people, so that you will not share in her sins, so that you will not receive any of her plagues." (Revelation 18:4) Rejoice over her, O heaven! Rejoice, saints and apostles and prophets! God has judged her for the way she treated you. (Revelation 18:20)
The first Pharaoh:
In the book of Jasher it tells how the first to be called pharaoh came about: In Egypt, Nimrod’s second cousin Osiris, son of Anam, son of Mizraim, son of Ham also wore the crown of bull horns. He too like Nimrod was the builder of fortifications and their high priest. And they made Rikayon Pharaoh prefect under Oswiris king of Egypt, and Rikayon Pharaoh governed over Egypt, daily administering justice to the whole city, but Oswiris the king would judge the people of the land one day in the year, when he went out to make his appearance. (Jasher 24:30) (The new-comer Rikayon was a con-artist and an opportunist who had a very likable personality. He was brought before Oswiris to be questioned and possibly punished for taxing the people and taking their money. However, because of his quick wit and sense of humor, he got on the good side of Oswiris and was made the first pharaoh, both in name and title. Rikayon was the pharaoh at the time Abram first went into Egypt because of a famine in the land.) Osiris was known as the brother, father and son, as well as the husband to his wife Isis. More than likely, Osiris was a high priest and representative of the deified Nimrod. Relatively speaking, Osiris was like a Cardinal and Nimrod was the Pope.
Referring to the Grand Lama of the Buddhist sect in his book, Thomas Bulfinch notes: "The first Christian missionaries who proceeded to Thibet were surprised to find there in the heart of Asia a pontifical court and several other ecclesiastical institutions resembling those of the Roman Catholic church. They found convents for priests and nuns; also processions and forms of religious worship, attended with much pomp and splendor; and many were induced by these similarities to consider Lamaism as a sort of degenerated Christianity." The structured worship of Nimrod’s religion had gone around the world.
The following list are the twelve major gods of mythology. I find it interesting knowing that in the very ancient times, the twelve months were named after the gods. Today, at least half the months of the year still hold the names of deified mortals. I also see that the leaders of civilization still find the common person unable to recognize their nonsense. By this I mean that September through December translates to the Seventh month through the Tenth month, yet they are placed as the ninth month through the twelfth month. (i.e. sept = 7, oct = 8, nov = 9 and dec = 10) It’s like garbage on the ground that no one wants to pick it up. The British had it right until the year A.D. 1751. With the British Calendar Act, they moved their New Years from March 25 to January first.
The only reason I can see for this inconsistency involving the New Year would be because of the pagan religion mixing with the Hebrew religion. This is my covenant, which you shall keep, between me and you and your seed after you; Every man child among you will be circumcised. And you will circumcise the flesh of your foreskin; and it will be a token of the covenant between me and you. And he that is eight days old will be circumcised among you, every man child in your generations, he that is born in the house, or bought with money of any stranger, which is not of your seed. (Genesis 17:10-12) Eight days after Christmas is New Years Day and the number eight is symbolic in the Bible of births and new beginnings.
The days of the week are likewise named after the gods of Norse mythology. It shouldn’t be hard to realize that the Norse people got their beliefs also from Babylon. This kind of information proves that the confusion started when the world was of one mind and that this world truly belongs to Satan. The true strangers in this world are the Christians and it’s the meek who will soon inherit the earth.
|1 Zeus/Jupiter /Odin||January|
From the Roman republican calendar month Januarius, named for Janus, god of beginnings and doorways.
From Roman republican calendar month Februarius, named for Februa, the feast of purification held on the 15th.
|3 Pluto/Hades /Hela||March|
From Roman republican calendar month Martius, named for the god Mars.
From Roman republican calendar month Aprilis. The Romans considered the month sacred to the goddess Venus, and its name may derive from that of her Greek equivalent, Aphrodite.
From Roman republican calendar month Maius, probably named for the goddess Maia.
From Roman republican calendar month Junius, probably named for the goddess Juno.
From Roman republican calendar month Julius, named for Julius Caesar in 44 BC.
From Roman republican calendar month Augustus, named for the emperor Augustus in 8 BC.
Seventh month of early Roman republican calendar, from Latin septem, or seven.
Eighth month of early Roman republican calendar, from Latin octo, or eight.
Ninth month of early Roman republican calendar, from Latin nove, or nine.
|12 Vulcan or Mulciber/Hephaestus/Thor||December|
Tenth month of early Roman republican calendar, from Latin decem, or ten.
|1 Sunday The Sun day|
|2 Monday The Moon day|
|3 Tuesday Tyr’s day (the god of war)|
|4 Wednesday Odin’s day (same as Zeus)|
|5 Thursday Thor’s day (same as Janus)|
|6 Friday Freya’s day (goddess of love and beauty)|
|7 Saturday Saturn’s day|