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Who Rules the World Part Two.

Who Rules the World Part Two.

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Published by Philip John Jones
Following on from Part One, in this the second part in the series, we will attempt to establish whether the Satanic Bloodline survived the Great Flood, and if so how. Then in the Final Part, we will discover who and what the Illuminati is, and how it's `web` connects with that great and awful evil force whose influence appears to permeate all the institutions of our sad planet these days. Finally taking all we have discussed, we will decide as to whether the eternal adversary of God and man, the great deceiver, Lucifer/Satan, is indeed the driving force behind the creation of the World Tyranny which has been erected methodically and systematically around our lives.

Following on from Part One, in this the second part in the series, we will attempt to establish whether the Satanic Bloodline survived the Great Flood, and if so how. Then in the Final Part, we will discover who and what the Illuminati is, and how it's `web` connects with that great and awful evil force whose influence appears to permeate all the institutions of our sad planet these days. Finally taking all we have discussed, we will decide as to whether the eternal adversary of God and man, the great deceiver, Lucifer/Satan, is indeed the driving force behind the creation of the World Tyranny which has been erected methodically and systematically around our lives.

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Who Rules The World?
The Origin Of Evil : Ancient Mythology Or Occult Reality?Part Two
By Philip Jones 7
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July 2009.
Introduction:
Following on from Part One, in this the second part in the series, we will attempt to establishwhether the Satanic Bloodline survived the Great Flood, and if so how. Then, in the final part, wewill discover who and what the Illuminati is, and how it's `web` connects with that great and awfulevil force whose influence appears to permeate all the institutions of our sad planet these days.Finally taking all we have discussed, we will decide as to whether the eternal adversary of God andman, the great deceiver, Lucifer/Satan, is indeed the driving force behind the creation of the WorldTyranny which has been erected methodically and systematically around our lives.To many orthodox Christians, some of the themes in this article will appear at the very leastheretical, unscriptural and even shocking. But I have approached this series from the pointof view of an investigator, not a theologian. As a former Police Officer with over twenty oneyears experience, I understand the need to examine all the evidence, no matter where itoriginates, with an open mind, and to only dismiss that which is found to be improbable, atthe very least circumstantially improvable and ultimately erroneous. We are dealing withevents in the far distant past, and much of the reference sources are contradictory, and biasedtowards one thesis or another. I have tried to avoid such bias, and as I have learnt over the past two years, the only thing which is carved in stone, is that carved which is carved instone. So be of an open mind.The theme of this article is whether there is a supernaturally evil force which with the aid of others like itself, it's blood kin, and it's disciples, is operating behind the scenes,manipulating world events towards a definite goal; that being the creation of a WorldDictatorship and earthly dominion. This is not a theological dissertation.But before we can arrive at that point, we must traverse the `Flood.` Without proving that theSatanic Bloodline survived the deluge of water sent by God, then this hypothesis falls flat on it's
 
face; so in order for that not to happen, it is to that one critical event we must now turn all our attention to, at least for the next few pages. So, to the evidence.
The Great Flood:
The Bible appears to tell us that the the flood destroyed not only the `Giants,` but also theentire line of Cain? That it was only Noah and his three sons who began the antediluvian ageof mankind. But if we read Genesis Chapter Six and take it literally, then it seems to stateclearly that there were also Nephilim, or their descendants at least, after the flood.Furthermore, the Book Of Jubilees [1] also tells us that the children of the Nephilim, knownas the Anakim were not entirely annihilated by the flood, recounting how a remnant of thatevil race of giants were spared, and that sometime after the waters had receded, Noahlearned that these `evil spirits, born of the Fallen Angels were seducing and misleading hisgrandchildren, and even killing some of them.{According to their own occult mythology, the Illuminati[2 ]represent the modern daydescendants of the Fallen Angels, who their arcane mystery school doctrines claim alsoinhabited the mythical lost continent of Atlantis. Then, in succeeding generations followingthe great deluge and the `sinking` of Atlantis, their progeny the Anakim returned once againto haunt mankind.}And what's more there is good reason to believe that the line of Cain also survived!Let's Read on!
The Sumerian Flood Story:
The theme of a great and destructive flood is not unique to the Bible. Flood myths withmany similarities to the Genesis account appear widely in subsequent Ancient Near Easternmythologies: including the Atrahasis myth, the Utnapishtim episode in the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh[3], and the ancient Greeks also had a very similar flood myth. In all of thesestories, deities (or a deity) create the animals and human beings, but people anger the god(s),so they decide to wipe out all of the people and animals with a flood. A divine being warnsone pious person of the impending deluge and tells him to build a very large boat, and withit he preserves humankind, and usually the animals, from extinction. In the end the god(s)reward him for his actions.In it's fully developed form, the Mesopotamian flood myth appears in the 'Epic of Gilgamesh,' oneof the first literary masterpieces, which relates the adventures of a Hero-King of Sumer. The earliestversions of the epic derive from the first part of the second millennium BC (corresponding roughlywith the time of the Biblical account). The story of the flood is told to Gilgamesh by Utnapishtim,the counterpart of Noah in the story. Advised by the god Ea (Enki) that his city is to be destroyed byflood, Utnapishtim is told to build a ship for his family, servants, and animals. After a seven-daydeluge of heavenly waters, the vessel comes to rest on a mountaintop. The wrath of the gods has been appeased, and Utnapishtim and his wife are granted immortality.Parallel legends were told in other parts of the Middle East at an early date. The Mesopotamianversion was probably brought to Canaan, the land where the Israelites settled, by the patriarchAbraham, who hailed from Ur in what was at one time Sumer, and was subsequently transmitteddown through Isaac, and Jacob. The original tale was undoubtedly reshaped many times, not least by the Sumerians and Akkadians themselves, to fit with their own pantheon. It is very likely alsothat later Hebrew writers did likewise.
 
As the similarities are obvious, some detractors from the Holy Scriptures feel this throws doubt onthe validity of the Biblical account, inferring a form of religious plagiarising. We must remember that we are speaking about the same region here, and who is to say which version is more correctthan the other. As I said above, people have a tendency to make the truth fit. I however take theview that the Sumerian legend corroborates the Biblical account, rather than detracts from it, andfurthermore, similar equivalents confirm and give credibility not only to the theme of the greatdeluge, but also the Old Testament as a whole. Many sceptics falsely assume that the Sumerian`Flood` pre-dates the Biblical account by thousands of years, thus lending credence to the theorythat the former is the authentic version of events, whilst the latter a pale imitation. But this is not thecase. As we shall see:
Was The Flood Worldwide?
It is more or less a universally preached dogma in nearly all churches that the BiblicalFlood, covered the whole surface of the earth and drowned all living things, excepting Noah, his family and the other creatures who escaped death by being on the Ark. Somechurches have firmly insisted that this is the case, when there is ample proof that the`flood` was not world wide.The Quran, written in the 7th century AD, gives a similar account to that of the Genesisflood story, the major differences being that only Noah and a small number of believersenter the ark. The Quranic flood is purely local, sent to punish those people around Noahwho worshipped Idols and became corrupt-ors in the earth. In the Islamic version, Allahsends the Flood to punish those who refuse to listen to Noah's preaching of the oneness of Allah. The Quranic ark comes to rest on Mount Judi, which has been traditionallyidentified with a mountain near Mosul in modern Iraq. The name appears to derive fromthe name of the local Kurdish people, although this is not certain.Returning to the Bible, part of this mistaken idea about the `flood` is due to the manymistranslations found in the King James version.. In Genesis Chapter Six, we read thatGod found the people so corrupt, that he regretted having ever created them, so hedetermined that he would wipe them out by a flood. He warned righteous Noah of thecoming deluge and told him to build a great boat, or ark, in which he and his family mightfind safety and where they might preserve a few of each kind of the animals from thatarea. Then in Genesis Chapter Seven, it says:

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