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The History of Religion
What would you do if you could understand the story behind your religious heritage? Many people are taught to adhere to a religious belief system without understanding its origin. Religions are not just a set of practices, nor are they sixty minuet liturgies on a selected day. A good definition of religion is “something one believes in and follows devotedly; a point or matter of ethics or conscience”'; knowing the etymological base which means “to bind” is just as important. If one is bound to a belief system to a point of standing for its integrity, if placed under scrutiny even though knowing that there may be a possibility that the one who is scrutinizing may be correct, this system would be eligible to be called one’s religion. Not all modern religious practices are necessarily dogmatic in substance. By definition, atheism is a form of religion. The importance of agreeing on a definition is meagre in essence, this is when compared to understanding where our diverse beliefs begin. I would like to present an investigation on the historical background of both religious syncretism and the uniqueness of its development. Beginning with the first man, ending with you than I. Have you ever asked yourself “where do my beliefs come from?” “Is my God real?” “Is their such a thing as one true God?” “If so, how do I know that He is the one true God?” These are all questions that intelligent people must ask themselves. Many individuals live their lives relying on traditional beliefs, both spoken and written. The problem with tradition is that it has a tendency to become corrupt through human incorporation over time. That which was once deemed “pure” has now after centuries become perverse.
Before the investigation, I had concluded that all major religions must have come from one pure single source. My examination of this subject has substantiated this assumption. We will go through the blood line and ancestry of all major religious households that are in the world. This will be done In order to distinguish the One and True God of Creation from all of the many diverse yet cunning counterfeits. As source material, all information will be compared to the Holy Scriptures of the Ancient Hebrews. Although seemingly bias, this is done for a purpose. The scriptural sources will not be used as religious tools per say, but from this place we will attain an accurate undefiled account of ancient History. All other works (which are many) will be cited in a well documented format throughout this discussion. The reasoning for choosing to use these scriptures as a base is because their veracity is paramount. They have shown themselves worthy, compared to many worldly sources in a multiplicity of ways, and in this I am sure.
Evolutionists follow a scheme that is offensively different from that of the Holy Scriptures. Understandably, the religion of science (see definition of religion) has produced many preconceived hypotheses (theories), in order to try to authenticate assumption and present it as fact. In other words, the imaginations of man are what have created a lot of what we currently believe to be true. When one strives to produce evidence to suit his imagination, sometimes reality becomes contorted in order to fit that psycho metaphysical fantastical model. We are focusing on written factual accounts both biblical and non. The books of the Old Testament will serve as our historical companion in the sense that it is equip with two very important authorities. First, the “table of nations”, and then a great genealogical record of people and their occupations numbering back to the first man. The table revels something about ancient human history that many modern men of the compass fail to discuss. This table is what we will use to understand the beginnings of our modern world’s heritage. Overview We will discuss each written civilization in brief. We will look at their theology and trace how one society has influenced another. This is the bloodline back to the first main Mother religion: Sumer – Monotheism
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Sumer – Monotheism Sumer becomes pantheistic Babylon – Pantheism (sun worship, fire worship, ancestor worship, king worship ) Assyria – Babylonian Pantheism becomes Ashurism Aryanism - (The Kish family line) Egypt comes from Mesopotamia (Pantheism) Persia conquers Assyria and embraces Zoroastrianism Aryan Persia (Hittites, Mittites etc) invades India and produces the Veda Hinduism (Henotheism) Judaism (Monotheistic) Arrives from Ur Judaism Jewish mysticism and Assyrian-Babylonian religious rites: creation of the kabala Gnosticism a mix of Christianity and the kabala Catholicism: Paganism from Babylon, Sumer, Greece, Egypt, and India all incorporated into Christianity Catholic dogma mixed with Hinduism, Zoroastrianism and Arab Pantheism produces Islam Islam and Hinduism creates Sikhism, Buddhism etc.
The first religion
According to the Historical Holy Hebrew Scriptures, the very first religion was actually a relationship of love and trust. This religion was a relationship with the Creator whose name was Yahweh. Before the flood, all men knew of him as their Creator. Other religions prevailed through Cain who was the first born son of Adam who was the first man made by Yahweh. The scriptures focus on Adam and his wife Eve. They were said to be holy individuals who fell into bondage through disobedience, this disobedience brought about a death penalty which came through sin to reign in the world. Through them a Messiah was promised in order to redeem mankind from this sting of death. The reason why the scriptures focus on Adam and Eve in such a specific detail is because they were the race Yahweh had chosen to use for His own divine purposes. “From high cultures and low cultures the same picture emerges. It is a picture of a remarkably pure concept of the nature of God and His relation to man; being gradually corrupted on the one hand by rationalizations which resulted from the gradual substitution of man's own thinking in place of revelation, and on the other hand by superstition which stemmed from ignorance and forgetfulness of the original revelation” (http://custance.org/old/evol/2ch1/2ch1.html) (paper on the development of pantheism from Monotheism)
Beginning of our new World
Every known nation of people has had a written record of the worldwide deluge. Every set of people say that it was caused by the sinful nature of mankind, that the cause of the flood was Gods fierce anger towards such evils.
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This deluge is something that has lost credence in our modern era due to the purposeful eradication of authentic history: agreed or not. Many ancient historians who are revered as great scholars have granted credence to this deluge as something that was prehistorically known as a worldwide anomaly. The evidence does say that the deluge was in fact a historical event that had taken place around 4000-3500 bc. This is important, but we will not discuss this in detail in this report.
After the Deluge
Religion begins with the family who begat the entire world’s population after the flood. A righteous man named Noah and his three sons (who were in their 90 to 100 years of age), survived the deluge and exited to a new world from the large ship called an ark. These men started the world as we now know it. Mount Ararat was the starting point of all modern life. This following video explains how every race of people began with HAM, SHEM, and JAPHETH, the sons of Noah. It also correlates with my assertions about the deluge and its authenticity.
Table of nations traced by science
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First Post flood religious Civilization
Shem was born 98 years before the Flood of Noah’s time and lived 502 years after it. He likely began his kingdom before the Deluge, continuing it afterwards with his own name Shem, or Sem. The “r” in Sumer was not pronounced in the Hebrew, nor was the “h.” It was from his name that we know it today as the Sumerian civilization. See also Genesis 11:10-30. (http://www.uhcg.org/Lost-10-Tribes/walt1-Sumerians.html) Evidence that an educated mind settled the Sumerian state is clear. “The Sumerian Culture springs into view ready made, and there is as yet no knowledge of the Sumerians as savages; when we find them in the 4th millennium B.C., they are already civilized highly. They are already using metals, and living in great and prosperous cities” (Meek, T. J., "The Present State of Mesopotamian Studies,"). “The Sumerians had written about a great Flood [also known as the Deluge], centuries before Abraham. Two or three Sumerian cities were said to have existed equally before the Flood and after it” (Ur of the Chaldees, Author: C. Leonard Woolley, Publisher: Ernest Benn Limited, Publication Year: 1929, p.21 – 22). This means that the Scriptures are accurate with what they record. According to Scripture Noah and his family were saved “And the Almighty said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen righteous before me in this generation. (Gen 7:1)” then (Gen 7:6-7) “ And Noah [was] six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth. And Noah went in, and his sons, and his wife, and his sons' wives with him, into the ark, because of the waters of the flood.” The ancient Sumerian Civilization was located in the Mesopotamian plain. The first religious beliefs revolved around a monotheistic (one God) system. Based on the evidence, it is fare to say that this civilization was founded by Shem. Since The family of Noah practiced monotheism, the Sumerian sky God named “An” could have been a reference to the one true God. “An, [the] god of heaven, may have been the main god of the pantheon prior to 2500 BC., although his importance gradually waned. (Kramer 1963 p. 118). It is not known whether or not “An” was a Sumerian reference to the Christian God Yahweh or a title for another, but the similarities shows that An was an Almighty All powerful deity. The fact that these people were monotheistic says a lot about how all primitive religions knew about a single Deity that was All powerful. “The history of Sumerian religion, which was the most powerful cultural influence in the ancient world, could be traced by means of pictographic inscriptions almost to the earliest religious concepts of man. The evidence points unmistakably to an original monotheism, the
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inscriptions and literary remains of the oldest Semitic peoples also indicate a primitive monotheism” (Langdon, Stephen H., The Scotsman, November 18, 1936.) The ancient religion of Sumer was monotheistic up until the separation of city centers into districts. Sumerian Influence Sumerian “[S]chools taught language and writing, as well as the sciences of the day—botany, zoology, geography, mathematics, and theology. Literary works were studied and copied, and new ones were composed. The language itself was a marvel, with its “precise grammar and rich vocabulary.” Cuneiform, the world’s first writing, ultimately evolved into a very simple and efficient technique…Sumerian scribes covered a remarkable range of topics, including “cosmological tales, epic poems, histories of kings, temple records, commercial contracts, marriage and divorce records, astronomical tables, astrological forecasts, mathematical formulas, geographic lists, grammar and vocabulary school texts.” (http://www.uhcg.org/Lost-10-Tribes/walt1-Sumerians.html) Sumerian Mathematics The theorem which shows up in the Hindu Veda and was later explained by Pythagoras was created in Ancient Sumer. “By 2000 B.C. the theorem attributed to Pythagoras was familiar and they could solve problems involving equations with 2, 3, and 4 unknowns.” (http://custance.org/old/evol/2ch1/2ch1.html) (the importance of this theorem will be discussed later)
After the proposed year of 2500 bc Sumer fell into open paganism, trading the one main Almighty deity for a family of strange gods. As Sumer grew new cities developed. These new cities had their own kings. Soon the once held belief system became corrupt, and polytheism (of Multiple deity worship) prevailed. After Assyrian and Babylonian trade and influence, the Sumerians practiced a polytheistic religion with anthropomorphic deities representing cosmic and terrestrial forces in their world. According to said mythology, the gods originally created humans as servants for themselves, but freed them when they became too much to handle. The majority of Sumerian deities belonged to a classification called the Anunna (“[offspring] of An”), whereas seven deities, including Enlil and Inanna, belonged to a group of “underworld” judges known as the Anunnaki (“[offspring] of An” + Ki). The main Sumerian deities are as follows: An: The god of heaven/the firmament. Ki: The goddess of the earth at the E'saggila temple. Enlil: The god of the air (from Lil = Air); patron deity of Nippur. Enki: The god of water, fertility and knowledge; patron deity of Eridu. Inanna: The goddess of sexual love and female fertility; patron deity of Uruk. Ninlil: An air goddess and wife of Enlil; one of the patron deities of Nippur. Ninurta: The god of war, agriculture, one of the Sumerian wind gods; patron deity of Girsu and one of the patron deities of Lagash. Utu: The god of the sun at the E'barbara temple of Sippar. Nanna, The god of the moon; one of the patron deities of Ur.
To recap, Sumer changed due to its evolution and development. As soon as their central power was delegated to others, the religion or belief which resounded an echo of an original truth had been terribly forgotten. Just like tradition, the authentic monotheistic beliefs became corrupted. The once powerful Sumer eventually becomes less influential. With trade from Babylon we can understand how their once Monotheistic system became utterly
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(Polytheistic) The city of Babylon was the capital of the ancient land of Shinar in southern Mesopotamia. It was situated on the Euphrates River about 50 miles south of modern Baghdad, just north of what is now the modern Iraqi town of alHillah. The tremendous wealth and power of this city, along with its monumental size and appearance, were certainly considered a Biblical myth, that is, until its foundations were unearthed and its riches substantiated during the 19th century. Archaeologists stood in awe as their discoveries revealed that certain stories in the Bible were an actual situation that had happened in time. Babylon is Akkadian "babilani" which means "the Gate of god(s)" and it became the capital of the land of Babylonia. The etymology of the name Babel in the Bible means "confused" (Gen 11:9) and throughout the Bible, Babylon is a symbol of the confusion caused by godlessness. The name Babylon is the Greek form of the Hebrew name Babel. Once again Babylon lies in the land of Shinar as revealed in the Holy Scriptures (Gen 10:10) and its general location has never been disputed. The Bible reveals that all false systems of religion had begun from this location. Paganism of King Cush and Nimrod
When it comes to ancient history many scholars are confused about the beginning of the Babylonian Reign. Nimrod the son of Cush was the first world ruling king to truly reign, never the less he inherited his kingdom from his father Cush. Nimrod made Babylon and promoted its development, he also created great cities which lasted many centuries after his demise. It is said that nimrod is known by different names by different cultures. The
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Greeks called him Ninus, but Historically he was known as Enmer-ker. King Etana of Kish Was the forerunner to all modern pagan high priests. This king is also biblical Cush, Son of Ham, son of Noah. Cush, Nimrods Father, was the one who begun the building of the tower of Babel. He was also the beginner of the modern pagan religious system. King Etana and the beginnings of Pagan Occultism King Etana was the one who begun the building of the tower of Babel. He also learned magic from his father Ham before him. A story about the plant of birth attributes both the sun god, the serpent, and the eagle with this historical King, as well with his successor. These three symbols are synonymous with one another in the Babylonian mysteries. They also symbolize devil worship and occultist freedom’s. A story that began much of the corruption in the world focuses on King Etana as the main character. This story, which is also an allegorical symbol refers to the king entering the heavens and transcending earthly confines. This story is one of the secrets symbolized by the sun and wings found all throughout the ancient and modern worlds. Left is the ancient story of Etana, utu/shamash, the eagle and serpent. Its very important significance is explained below. This story is first found in the Old Babylonian era: “A Babylonian legend says that Etana was desperate to have a child, until one day he helped to save an eagle from starving, who then took him up into the sky to find the plant of birth. This led to the birth of his son, Balih [which is a title for Nimrd]. “the Sumerian king-list also names (Nimrd) as Balih the legal heir and successor of Etana. Etana and Balih are not Sumerian names, but Semitic. The Semitic name Balih conveys "tribute," but also "terror and destruction." (Living in Truth by Charles N. Pope) note: Nimrd = Nimrod. In the fully detailed form of this legend, there is a tree that holds the eagle's nest at its top, and a serpent has created a den at its base. Both the serpent and eagle have promised Utu [or shamash](the sun god) to behave well toward one another, they share food with each others children. “But one day, the eagle eats the serpent's children. The serpent comes back and cries. Utu tells the serpent to hide inside of the stomach of a dead Ox. The eagle goes down to eat the Ox. The serpent captures the eagle plucks off his wings and tail fathers, and throws him into a pit to die of hunger and thirst. The sun god sends a man, Etana, to help the eagle. Etana saves the eagle, but he also asks the bird to find the plant of birth, in order to become father of a son. The eagle takes Etana up to the heaven of the god Anu, but Etana becomes afraid in the air and he goes back to the ground. He makes another attempt, and finds the plant of birth, enabling him to have Balih.” Full myth (http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sitchin/mythetana.htm) From this story we get the image of the man riding the Eagle.
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Like everything that has to do with the evil-one, we know that there is both an outward and inward, or hidden meaning. To understand the real meaning behind this legend, it must be dissect and explained to see what the allegory really represents. Explanation of the Etana Myth By Professor Simo Parpola, extracted from his article The Assyrian Tree of Life, Journal of Near Eastern Studies, volume 52, January-October 1993. “The Mesopotamian myth of Etana is well known for its central motif, a mans ascent to heaven on an eagles back …Without going into unnecessary detail, it can be suggested here that the tree-eagle-serpent theme in Tablet II is an allegory for the fall of man and that the ascent to heaven described in Tablet III is to be understood as the mystical ascent of the soul crowning an laborious program of spiritual restoration. Seen in this light, the myth becomes closely related to the [enlightenment process] in substance, and in presenting Etana as the first man to achieve the ascent, it forcefully contributes to the notion of the Mesopotamian king as the Perfect [“deified”] Man.” What the tree represents in the allegory “The tree of Tablet II is Etana himself, whose birth its sprouting marks. The eagle and the serpent are conflicting aspects of man´s soul, the one capable of carrying him to heaven, the other pulling him down to sin and death. Ignoring the voice of his conscience (the small fledglings), he becomes guilty of deceit, greed and murder; for this, he is punished. This is an allegory for spiritual death; the same idea is expressed by the childlessness of Etana, to whom the narrative returns” (Etana´s inability to have a son represents his inability to live forever. This also represents the weakness of humanity separate from their so called “divine” knowledge). Beginning of Self salvation through works not faith Etana´s realization of his condition is the beginning of his salvation; from now on, he appears as a person, referred to by his own name. Admitting his guilt and shame, he prays for a plant of birth, that is a chance for spiritual rebirth, and is guided to the path that will take him there. “The path leads him to the mountain where he finds the eagle lying in the pit with its wings cut, a metaphor for the imprisonment of the soul in the bonds of the material world. Complying with the wish of the eagle, his better self, he starts finding it and teaching it to fly again, an allegory for spiritual training and self-discipline. It takes eight
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months to attempt the first ascent to heaven, which fails because Etana is himself not ready for it. The second ascent, better prepared, is successful and Etana is taken to a celestial palace, where he, having passed through several gates”, meets a goddess (knowledge) and then flies above the highest heavens, attaining the temporarily brief status of “above the highest god”. What it all means Overall, the story of Etana is an allegory for attaining enlightenment which ends in the ability to live eternally as a god. Notice how Etana becomes higher than “Anu”. This very same attribute was the desire of satan. The image of the winged sun disk and the man who is in or on it, is an all encompassing symbolic representation of this act of achieving eternal life and “deity” status through adherence to secret/occult wisdoms. It is also the representation of man becoming greater than his Creator, and also becoming his own saviour. This secret is what the occultist’s keep in their treasury. The Babylonian mysteries begin with Etana and were passed down to Nimrod who actually took this allegory and story and made it his own as well. King Etana received the plant of birth and produced Nimrod who became the worst tyrant to ever reign on the earth. Nimrod himself became the man inside the sun disk, making himself the sun god’s son, or the sun gods image here on Earth, this is if the legend was true which it is not.
Evolution of the symbol of Etana or the false “sun of god”
This image is the precursor of the sun the eagles wings and tail feathers. Since Nimrod was the child in the legend who was supposed to be born of the plant given through the secret knowledge, he was given the liberty to tell his people that he was an incarnation of the sun deity. 2
This is a symbolic image of Shamash the solar deity. See that we have the sun and the eagle combined. This symbol is not the only one that represent the sun deity, but it is a distinct one that can be easily shown to represent the significance regarding the Etana legend. 3
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The King is lifted up to Deity status during an occult celebration 4
The King is now deified within the sun. This man can be seen as King Nimrod, or the Suns son atop the tree of life. Also reminiscent of the eye atop the pyramid. It is also the Symbol of his Occult Royal Bloodline. 5
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Over time the many cultures followed the same symbolism and created the avesta based on the Babylonian mysteries. Ahura-Mazda is just another name for the solar “deity”. Thus the allegory evolved with culture. King worship, Son of the Sun god
If we look into ancient Babylonian myth we get a clearer picture of how things worked in this era. From the tablet story "Enmerkar and the lord of Aratta" we see that King Enmerker (Nimrod) was named the son of Utu (the sun god). The tablet translates "33-37 At that time, the lord chosen by Inana in her heart, chosen by Inana in her holy heart from the bright mountain, Enmerkar, the son of Utu, made a plea to his sister, the lady who grants desires, holy Inana". This story shows how Nimrod himself took the deified position of the Sun’s son, and or made himself out to be a god in man’s form. "Nimrods followers assigned him many mythical names that implicate works achieved only by the true Son of God, Jesus Christ. These counterfeit names deceptively attracted multitudes to worship Nimrod. People north of Mesopotamia commonly knew him as Ninus, ‘the son‘—even before his deification. Nimrod was called Zoraster, which means ‘the seed of Aster` (lshtar—Semiramis). People revered Zoraster through the generations as the promised seed of the woman, destined to bruise the head of the serpent. Zoroastrianism nests on this foundational doctrine. The Greeks named Nimrod as the god, Adonis. Adonai means The Lord. They also knew Nimrod as Dionysus, the sin bearer. The Greeks gave homage to [both his self and his father] as Zeus, the Savior, and Mithras—the mediator. 'The Babylonians worshipped Nimrod as El-Bar, or god, the son. Archeologists in the ancient city of Nineveh have unearthed sculptures inscribed with this name. People of ancient civilizations worshipped deified Nimrod in conjunction with snakes, serpents, and dragons." (350, Darkness in the cradle of Civilization) Nimrod the Zoraster “ The real original object of Sun-worship was Nimrod, who was regarded in after times as Zero-ashta, the Seed of the Woman-and then, by a double meaning of the word, favored doubtless by priestcraft, as the Seed of Fire, or of the Sun. He thus united both ideas, and was venerated as the Sun-begotten Seed of the Woman.” (Traditions of Eden pg.133)
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The title of Zoroaster means to call fire from heaven. Fire from heaven is lightening. Nimrod has this attribute as Zeus from Myth. "Plutarch acknowledges that Zoroaster among the Chaldeans instituted the Magi...The testimony of Agathias is to the same effect. He gives it as his opinion that the worship of fire came from the Chaldeans... a fragment of Apollodorus (Muller, 68) makes Ninus the head of the fire-worshippers…it can be proved, that though many others bore the name of Zoraster, the lines of evidence all converge, so as to demonstrate that Ninus and Nimrod and Zoroaster were one.” Practices of Ancient Babylonian religion Fire worship
How the “servant” became the “lord”
Hyslop says “We have seen already, on different occasions, that fire was worshipped as the enlightener and the purifier. Now, it was thus at the very beginning; for Nimrod is singled out by the voice of antiquity as commencing this fire-worship. The identity of Nimrod and Ninus has already been proved; and under the name of Ninus, also, he is represented as originating the same practice. In a fragment of Apollodorus it is Said that 'Ninus taught the Assyrians to worship fire.' The sun, as the great source of light and heat, was worshipped under the name of Baal. Now, the fact that the sun, under that name, was worshipped in the earliest ages of the world, shows the audacious diameter of these first beginnings of apostacy. Men have spoken as if the worship of the sun and of the heavenly bodies was a very excusable thing, into which the human race might very readily and very innocently fall. But how stands the fact? According to the primitive language of mankind, the sun was called "Shemesh"··that is, "the Servant'--that name, no doubt, being divinely given, to keep the world in mind of the great truth that, however glorious was the orb of day, it was, after all, the appointed Minister of the bounty of the great unseen Creator to His creatures upon earth. Men knew this, and yet with the full knowledge of it, they put the servant in the place of the Master; and called the sun Baal-·that is, the Lord-·and worshipped him accordingly. what a meaning, then, in the saying of Paul, that, "when they knew God, they glorified Him not as God'; but 'changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is God over all, blessed for ever." The beginning, then, of sun-worship, and of the worship of the host of heaven, was a sin against the light (truth)--a presumptuous, heaven·daring sin. As the sun in the heavens was the great object of worship, so fire was worshipped as its earthly representative. To this primeval fire·worship Vitruvius alludes when he says that "men were first formed into states and communities by meeting around fires.' And this is exactly in conformity with what we have already seen in regard to Phoroneus (another title for nimrod meaning the emancipator, or apostate), whom we have Identified with Nimrod, that while he was said to be the 'inventor of fire,” he was also regarded as
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the first that "gathered mankind into communities.' (167, 2 Babylon's) Nimrod the Moloch Now, if Tammuz was Nimrod, the examination of the meaning of the name confirms the connection of Nimrod with the first fire-worship. After what has already been advanced, there needs no argument to show that, as the Chaldean were the first who introduced the name and power of kings (Syncellus, vol. i. p. 169), and as Nimrod was unquestionably the first of these kings, and the first, consequently, that bore the title of Moloch, or king, so it was in honor of him that the "children were made to pass through the fire to Moloch." But the intention of that passing through the fire was undoubtedly to purify. The name Tammuz has evidently reference to this, for it signifies "to perfect," that is, "to purify" "by fire;" and if Nimrod was, as the paschal Chronicle (vol. i. pp. 50, 51), and the general voice of antiquity, represent him to have been, the originator of fire-worship, this name very exactly expresses his character in that respect. It is evident, however, from the Zoroastrian verse...that fire itself was worshipped as Tammuz, for it is called the "Father that perfected all things." (pg 315 the 2 Babylon's) Nimrod the Bel
(pg 82: Ireland, Ur of the Chaldees By Anna Wilkes) Bel or Ba’al is a title meaning lord or Master. It is said that Cush was the first to be known as Bel. But this title was also applied to Marduk who became the Chief deity of Babylon. Ba‘al: a title ("lord") in northwest Semitic languages, often applied to particular gods. Bel: a title ("lord") in Akkadian, especially applied to the Babylonian god Marduk but also used of other gods. Belus (Babylonian): the Greek Zeus Belos and Latin Jupiter Belus as derivations of the Babylonian god Bel Marduk Belus (Assyrian): an ancient king of Assyria in classical, legendary history on the edge of Greek mythology. Nimrod inherited the title Bel from his father. This prefix also signifies deity when placed before a name in ancient days. Belus was a title first given to King Kish, it then was past down to Nimrod and became bel Marduk which we will see is another name for the deified Nimrod. Ancestor worship
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Another important aspect of worship in Nimrods Babylon was that of his dead ancestors. A “spirit of the dead” is where the word demon originates. So the cult of Babylon worshipped the dead or (demons) openly. Euhemerus was an ancient Greek mythographer who lived around 300 BC. He wrote that gods and their associated legends arose from the deification of dead human heroes. Corruption of earlier historical events of these individuals became the origin of myths surrounding their deification. Euhemerus claimed to have discovered ancient inscriptions that recorded events in the lives of Zeus, Ouranus, and Kronos during a time when they had all been men of significant importance." (347 Darkness in the cradle of civilization) This same exact evidence is available from other sources provided in the above film, as well as in this report.
The Mystery Religion
"The mystery religion of Babylon was replete with cultic rituals of prostitution, idol worship, child sacrifice, magic, divination, and animal sacrifice. Priests, diviners, magicians, and prostitutes all participated regularly in these cultic rituals. The Bible is filled with examples of mediums, astrologers, diviners, temple prostitutes, and child sacrifice,which were all associated with this religion, [then found] in various civilizations of the ancient world. These Biblical examples bear testimony of an apostate religion that was detested by the Holy Yahweh". (pg 360 Darkness in the cradle of Civilization)
the gods of Babylon
With the Babylonians, the gods were represented by means of stone images at a very early date, and it is possible that wood was alsoused. The tendency of the human mind being to attribute to the Deity a human form, the Babylonians were no exception to the rule. Humanthoughts and feelings would naturally accompany the human form with which the minds of men endowed them.(THE RELIGION OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA BY THEOPHILUS G. PINCHES, LL.D.) “As with most pantheons, the Babylonian gods were headed by two gods, in this case Apsu and Tiamat. All of the Babylonian gods are descended from this original pair, with an interesting twist. According to legend, these Babylonian gods did a poor job of looking after their children, leading to a revolt which ended when Ea slew Apsu while Tiamat did nothing. Allegedly, each succeeding generation of Babylonian gods was superior to the last, culminating in Marduk, the god of wisdom, who became the eventual ruler of the gods. Babylonians celebrated the annual death and rebirth of Marduk each year as part of their religious faith. Marduk also ultimately overcame the forces of Tiamat when she was finally stirred to action, and in conquering Tiamat and her forces, led by the god Kingu, Marduk made the world, along with people to live in it.”()
Main gods of Babylon
Marduk/Kish/Nimrod: national god of the Babylonians of the Sun, "the son, the sun" Apsu: the god of the highest heaven Tiamat: dragon goddess Anshar: father of heaven Kishar: Mother of earth Anu: Sky God Marduk´s name may be read either as The Young Bull
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Anu: Sky God Kingu: husband of Tiamat Enlil: god of weather and storms Nabu: god of the scribal arts Ishtar: goddess of love Ea: god of wisdom Enurta: god of war Shamash: god of the sun and of justice Ashur: national god of the Assyrians In the Babylonian scheme An or Anu becomes the child of Anshar and Kishar. This is supporting evidence that these people turned what was close to truth (Anu being like the most high) into a perfect pure double falsehood, fleeing far away from any knowledge of one supreme deity: converting gods to that of frivolous human like deity. This was due to Cush and Nimrod and their dedication to everything contrary to Yahweh (TRUTH).
Sumero-Babylonian Aryan Empire
King Kish’s empire was also the beginning of the Aryan (Hittite, Phoenician, Persian, Indian, Egyptian) Lineage. Aryan means “Noble one” but according to Yahweh they are classified as “Dogs” (Mark 7:26). This is due to the fact that they worship their dead ancestors as gods, and have always worshipped the Sun from the very onset of their reign. With this said, it is fair to state that all religions stemming from the Aryan lineage have been inherently forms of celestial solar, ancestor worship.
On Kish, Nimrod and their names from the Aryan Indian Kings list
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The Hawk or Eagle city was the name of the first city founded in Sumer by Etana-Kish-Cush or in Aryan Ukusi. The Sun Eagle or “Symbol for eternal life” was in fact the symbol of this first king after his false deification. The Name Kieshi or Kiissa properly transliterates into Kish. So respectively as thus explained, the first King of Sumer is also the First King of the Aryans.
Following is an open disclosure of Nimrod, the Son of Kish we will see how his relations has impacted many cultures. Note that Nimrod is known by maybe 100 different names and titles, this was a theme in those ancient cultures we still see the same thing today. He is also specifically named in the Indian Kings list. For the first time we are able to know more about this character and what made him seem so Important to the people of his day:
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Aryan Nimrd means the same as Sumer/Babylonian Marduk
Nimrods Reign and Babylonian conquest
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Nimrods Reign and Babylonian conquest
Before we continue it is becoming clearer to see that India, egypt, Sumer and Babylon all had intimate ties as things were being brought together some 3500 b.c. Nimrod known for uniting the world through religion and meetings by fire is even better substantiated by his names and titles being found through multiple cultures.
(Polytheism) aka Babylon’s step daughter
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"Ninus, king of Assyria, changed the ancient moderate ways of life by the desire for conquest. HE WAS THE FIRST WHO CARRIED WAR AGAINST HIS NEIGHBORS. He conquered all nations from Assyria to Lybia as these men knew not the arts of war." Diodorus says, "Ninus was the most ancient of Assyrian kings mentioned in history. Being of warlike disposition he trained many young men rigorously in the arts of war. He brought Babylonia under him while yet there was no city of Babylon." Thus we see that this Ninus like Nimrd started to become great in Babylonia, he built Babel and took over the land he named Assyria. Ninus becoming its king then proceeded to devour other vast territories where the people were unskilled in war, and lived in a moderate way. Now in Genesis 10 of the Holy scriptures, speaking of the kingdom of Nimrod it says, "And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh in the land of Shinar. Out of that land went forth Asshur and builded Nineveh, and Calah” etc. But the translators making a error in translating Asshur as a noun instead of a verb have errd, for in the Chaldee Asshur means 'to make strong.' So Asshur is another name for Nimrod, who having been made strong (establishing his kingdom by building the world's first army, which he trained through the rigors of hunting et el) went beyond Shinar and subdued nations. He built such cities as Nineveh, which was named after him, for even today a chief part of the ruins of that city is called Nimroud! “The Assyrians took their common language and their arts from Sumeria, but modified them later into an almost undistinguishable similarity to the language and arts of Babylon. Assyria was an empire of its own. It was located North of Babylon.” (http://www.allempires.com/empires/assyria/assyria1.htm) Taking the symbol of Etana which represents Eternal life through Knowledge they made it the chief representation of their god founder Assur (Nimrod). “Nimrud is the modern name of the site of an ancient Assyrian capitol city, located in north Iraq. It is known as Calah in the Old Testament: the Assyrians knew it as Kalbu. Its name is derived from the legendary Assyrian hunting hero Nimrod. Both the Bible and local Arab legend says that Nimrod, grand son of Noah, founded the towns Ninevah and Calah... The Assyrians soon founded one of the greatest empires of the ancient Middle east, comprising Mesopotamia, Armenia, and northern Syria...In ancient times, the Assyrian kingdom centered on four great cities: Assur, Nineveh, Kalhu (Nimrud), and Arbela. The Assyrian kings first based their empire at Assur.” (International Dictionary of Histroic places: Middle East and Africa) “In all the deities treated of above, we see the chief gods of the Babylonian and Assyrian pantheon, which were worshipped by both peoples extensively, none of them being specifically Assyrian, though worshipped by the Assyrians. There was one deity, however, whose name will not be openly found in the Babylonian lists of gods, namely, Aššur *Ashur, the national god of Assyria, who was worshipped in the city of Aššur, the old capital of the country.” ( The Religion Of Babylonia And Assyria, By Theophilus G. Pinches pg 43) Gods of Assyria before Assur became Chief Deity
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Gods of Assyria before Assur became Chief Deity “But for the substitution of Assur for Marduk, the Assyrian pantheon was the same as that set up in the south, though some of the gods were endowed with attributes which differ slightly from those which mark the same gods in the south. The warlike nature of the Assyrians was reflected in their conceptions of the gods, who thus became little Assur’s by the side of the great protector of arms, the big Assur. The cult and ritual in the north likewise followed the models set up in the south. The hymns composed for the temples of Babylonia were transferred to Assur, Calah, Harran, Arbela and Nineveh in the north; and the myths and legends also wandered to Assyria, where, to be sure, they underwent certain modifications. To all practical purposes, however, the religion of Assyria was identical with that practiced in the south.” (http://chestofbooks.com/reference/Encyclopedia-Britannica1/Babylonian-And-Assyrian-Religion-Part-2.html) Marduk (king En-mer-kar) is Bel-Ashur “Zimmern long ago pointed out that the god Ashur in Assyria was the hero of the fight with Tiamat, as Marduk was in Babylon: a fact confirmed by the texts from Kalcah Sharkat, in which Ashur becomes the central figure of the Creation Epic. There can be little need to doubt that Ashur and Marduk are essentially one and the same god, differentiated by different epithets, otherwise the literary appropriation of the Creation Epic, undoubtedly composed originally in Babylon about the period of the First Dynasty, to the Assyrian god could never have won approval. Ashur, then, also was a god who descended into the grave, and the facts known about Bel-Marduk are also true of [Bel]- Ashur. It is indeed significant that in the ritual form Ashur the god is always called Bel. Now in this equation of Marduk and Ashur may be found the explanation of the name Asari-always used of Marduk as an epithet only, as in the tablet of the Fifty Names. Asari has generally been considered a Sumerian word6: but I venture to suggest that it is quite possibly a Semitic, or, more properly, Akkadian adjective applied to the great god: an epithet which, with the Assyrians, became the name of the god himself.” (The Relation of Marduk, Ashur, and Osiris: Sidney Smith, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 8, No. 1/2 (Apr., 1922), pp. 41-44) Divinity right of Kings
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"we see kings wearing, as a necklace, the five secondary divine emblems, probably in gold. These were : a sun, a moon- crescent, a star, Raman's lightning-fork, and Bel's horned cap—the headdress adorned with bull's horns, which is not only associated with Bel, but generally symbolizes divine lordliness and power, and as such is worn by Asshur himself, by the winged bulls and lions, the mighty guardians of the palace gates, and by the winged good genii (see No. 35). The same emblems we see encircling the head of kings on their sculptured images (see No. 46). One such royal slab or " stele" as such representations are technically called, is of additional interest from the altar which was found in front of and just below it, and which seems to suggest that the monarch, either in his lifetime or after his death, received divine honors, or at least was considered as presiding over religious ceremonies in effigy when not present in person. There would be nothing improbable in either supposition after all the indications we have of the royal sacredness” (pg 15 The story of Assyria: Zenaide Alexeievna Ragozin)
Assur worship took the place of Marduk in ancient Assyria. This does not mean that the person whom Assure symbolized lost his identity. Every deity was known for special attributes, lets say a certain name could represent a special part of a persons personality. Nimrod as we have proved is both the Marduk and Assur of Shinar, one name representing one group of attributes, and the other the next. “Whilst accepting the religion of Babylonia, Assyria nevertheless kept herself distinct from her southern neighbour by a very simple device, by placing at the head of the pantheon the god Aššur, who became for her the chief of the gods, and at the same time the emblem of her distinct national aspirations--for Assyria had no intention whatever of casting in her lot with her southern neighbour. Nevertheless, Assyria possessed, along with the language of Babylonia, all the literature of that country--indeed, it is from the libraries of her kings that we obtain the best copies of the Babylonian religious texts.” (http://www.third-millenniumlibrary.com/readinghall/UniversalHistory/THE_OLD_WORLD/Religion-BabiloniaAssyria/THEOPHILUS_G_PINCHES/1-Foreword.html) From this circumstance, it may be regarded as certain, that Aššur was the local god of the city whose name he bore, and that he attained to the position of chief god of the Assyrian pantheon in the same way as Merodach became king of the gods in Babylonia--namely, because Aššur was the capital of the country. His acceptance as chief divinity, however, was much more general than that of Merodach, as temples to him were to be found all over the Assyrian kingdom--a circumstance which was probably due to Assyria being more closely united in itself than Babylonia. (The Religion Of Babylonia And Assyria, pg 43)
Aryan Take over
“by 1800 BC, the Assyrians were driven to the south and out of Anatolia, by the Hittites, a group of IndoEuropean speaking people from north of the Black Sea. Assyrian strength in Mesopotamia continued to decline as the empire of Babylonia increased in power in the region and tended to usurp the position of the Assyrians. By 1550 BC, the Kingdom of Mitanni, an empire founded by Indo-Iranians (also called Aryans, kishites, those with the royal blood line), seized control over the Assyrians. The Assyrians did not manage to gain their independence from the Mitannis until 1365 BC.” (Grolier Electronic Encyclopedia, 1993; World History, Volume One, St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Company, 1991; Samuel Noah Kramer, Cradle of Civilization, New York: Time Incorporated, 1969.) The Assyrian religion is just as the Babylonian except they choose the war deity Assur to lead them instead of marduk/merodach. although Both gods seem different evidence shows that they are derived from the exact same source. After the separation of languages Nimrods power and control failed. Factions became rivals fighting one another while still worshipping the same god just under different names.
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King Nimrod Consolidator of North and South Egypt
"The origins of pharaonic civilisation have always been shrouded in mystery. What caused dynastic culture to burst forth in the Nile valley within such a relatively short period of time? ... There is little evidence of kingship and its rituals very much before the beginning of the 1st Dynasty; no signs of the gradual development of metal working, art, monumental architecture and writing – the defining criteria of early civilisation. Much of what we know about the pharaohs and their complex culture seems to come into existence in a flash of inspiration." David Rohl, Legend – the Genesis of Civilisation, 1998, p.265 Egypt was found by Mizraim the brother of King Cush/Kish (Genesis 10:10), It is fare to say that the Egyptian religion as we know it, begun as an off shoot of the Babylonian. An ancient King named Narmer invaded Egypt and consolidated both North and South becoming its ruler. This king Narmer after taking over his Uncles inherited land set himself up as a God king over Khemia (Egypt). Narmer is the Nimrod of Babylon and the first Pharaoh of the consolidated lands of Egypt. About Narmer, the Italian Egyptologist Raffaele states: “Narmer is a key-figure in the history of Ancient Egypt, and one of the few single individuals of the Egyptian history ante-Fourth Dynasty; the role of this sovereign, who could be either considered as the last king of the Predynastic or the first one of the Dynastic age, was crucial in the development of the early state.” (Raffaele, 106.) There is direct “evidence that Nimrod was known in Egypt as King Narmer, who was later deified as the god Asar, english Osiris, the Lord of the Underworld…Nimrod was known to the ancient Sumerians as the great King Enmerkar who attempted to build a huge tower to the gods in the ancient city of Eridu—a city referred to as the original "Babylon" by the historian Berossos…. Regarding the Sumerian name Enmer-kar, the suffix "kar" means "hunter," and so "Enmer-kar" is in fact "Enmer the Hunter," just as Nimrod is referred to as the "Mighty Hunter" in Genesis 10. Furthermore, Enmerkar is named on the Sumerian King List as "the one who built Uruk," just as Nimrod is described in Genesis 10:10 as having a kingdom that began in "Babel (Eridu) and Erech (Uruk)... in the land of Shinar." After Enmerkar's death he became honoured in Sumerian myth as the semi-divine hero Ninurta, and eventually this cult evolved into the great cult of Marduk, which became the state religion of Babylon after the conquests and religious innovations of Hammurabi.” (http://www.redmoonrising.com/Giza/Asshur9.htm)
Evidence of Nimrod as Narmer
Narmer (Enmar) the Hunter The most important artefact relating to King Narmer is the Narmer Palette. This famous item was discovered in Upper Egypt in Hierakonpolis in 1897-98 and dates to a period around 3150 BC. The name "Narmer" is depicted with the hieroglyphs that are read as nar (fish) and mer (chisel) as found between the bull's or cow's heads on both sides of the palette.
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The Narmer Palette (images from http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/menes1.htm) (Notice that this Palette has the same artistry as that of Babylonian art. The horned creatures also resemble those of Assyria)
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On the front side of the palette, just under the king's name, is a scene depicting Narmer wearing the Red Crown of Lower Egypt. He holds a mace in his left hand, while in his right he holds a type of flail. Before him are the symbols for his name… Preceding all of these figures are four individuals who each hold a standard. The standards include some kind of animal skin, a dog (or perhaps a seth-animal), and two falcons. The emblems might either represent the house of Narmer, or perhaps more likely, regions that already belonged to his kingdom… The central, largest scene on the front of the palette is an interesting one depicting two men tethering the stretched necks of two fabulous animals. The tying together of the necks of the two animals has often been interpreted as the joining of Upper and Lower Egypt, though in fact there is nothing much to indicate that these two animals were symbolic of southern and northern Egypt. This is a unique image in Egyptian art, and one must remember that the taming of wild animals was a traditional symbolic task of the king. “
This image of Elamite serpopart seen above are evidence that the animals on the pallet are from the Babylonian region (non egyptian). The Elamite empires (where these animals come from) first written king is also Kish or Enmebaragesi of the Sumerian Kings list. Serpopart are the animals shown above. “Enmebaragesi [Cush/Kish] is known from inscriptions about him on fragments of vases of his own time, as well as from later traditions. He was the next-to-last ruler of the first dynasty of Kish. He “despoiled the weapons of the land of Elam,” one inscription asserts. His son, Agga [Nimrod], was the last king of the dynasty” ("Enmebaragesi." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2009. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 13 Dec. 2009 <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/188533/Enmebaragesi>. ) Quote Continued: “Most of the back side of the palette is taken up by a central scene…It shows the king, who must certainly be Narmer, in the classical pose found throughout Egyptian history of smiting his enemies with a war mace. He wears a short kilt with a dangling animal's tail, and on his head is what appears to be the White Crown of Upper Egypt… A falcon, symbolic of the king, is perched on top of the papyrus plants and appears to draw the breath of life out of the nostrils of the marshland's face." King Narmer is the first Egyptian ruler to wear both the White Crown (of Upper Egypt in the south) and the Red Crown (of Lower Egypt in the north), and he is therefore viewed as the first unifier of the entire land of Egypt. The primary city of Lower Egypt was the port city of Buto located in the Delta of the Nile, and many Egyptologists believe that the name of Buto is given in the sign that appears directly above the ten decapitated captives next to the sign for Horus. Nicolas Grimal reads the entire textual message as "a triumphant Horus making a pilgrimage to the sacred city of Buto."  Another artifact that may be related to Narmer is known as the Hunters' Palette, and it dates to the same time period. Grimal describes it: The Hunter's Palette is quite explicit, depicting an organized expedition to slaughter and capture wild animals: lions are pierced by arrows, while deer and goats are driven along by dogs and taken captive. Men armed with bows and arrows, spears, axes, throw sticks and pear-shaped maceheads are shown organized in a military fashion,
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under standards representing a falcon on a perch and a version of the hieroglyphic sign that would eventually stand for the east. There are also depictions of a holy shrine and a bull with two heads recalling the upper section of the Narmer Palette. ” The final artefact that we will examine that relates directly to King Narmer is the Narmer Macehead.”
The Narmer Macehead (image from http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/narmer.htm) “Nicolas Grimal also views the Narmer Macehead as commemorating Narmer's conquest of the region of the Nile Delta. He views it as the continuation and conclusion of the story first related by the Narmer Palette that indicated a campaign against Buto: [The Narmer Macehead] perhaps celebrates this victory, showing the king under a jubilee canopy, accompanied by the same courtiers, protected by the same emblems and receiving the homage of captives (and also of 'hundreds of thousands' of animals, if the accompanying caption is to be believed). More remarkable still is the fact that the animals, represented on earlier palettes as wild beasts, are now shown enclosed in pens.  King Narmer thus became the first King of all Egypt. His conquests were swift and decisive, and after taking control of Egypt he turned his eyes to the rest of the world. With the strategic port of Buto under his control the entire Mediterranean was at his mercy, and there was always the lure of his rich ancestral home back in Mesopotamia.” (http://www.redmoonrising.com/Giza/AfricOrig8.htm)
Mesopotamia was brought with him
“Scientists have long argued over ancient Egypt's relationship to early Mesopotamia. Much of the debate centers on Mesopotamian-style artefacts, such as cylinder seals and flint knife handles, found in 4th-millennium-B.C. graves situated on slopes above the Nile Valley near Buto. Traders who regularly traveled through Mesopotamia and Syria may have brought those artefacts to Egypt, says David O'Connor of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. At Buto, however, Egyptians may have copied temple decorations shown to them by Sumerians more than 5,000 years ago, suggesting "direct and complex influences at work" between the two societies, O'Connor observes. "It's not possible to trade architecture," von der Way asserts. "Direct personal contact between people from Lower Egypt and Mesopotamia led to the adoption of foreign architecture at Buto." Buto fuels the growing recognition among archaeologists that early Mesopotamian civilization experienced an unprecedented expansion between 3400 and 3100 BC. The expansion occurred during the latter part of a phase called the Uruk period (named after the major city of the time), which began around 3600 B.C. Excavations conducted over the past 15 years indicate that southern Mesopotamian city-states, each consisting of one or two
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cities serving as political hubs and providing goods and services to thousands of people living in nearby farming villages, established outposts in neighbouring territories lying within modern-day Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey. Even artefacts recovered at sites in the Transcaucasus of the Soviet Union show signs of Sumerian influence.”( Civilization and its discontents: why did the world's first civilization cut a swath across the Near East? Science News magazine March 3, 1990 By Bruce Bower (See http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1200/is_n9_v137/ai_8784921/pg_1) So we see that Narmer reigned from a city where Mesopotamian artefacts were discovered. Narmer like Nimrod, hunted wild animals, was known for conquering the known world, and has a name that is practically identical. Both Narmer and Nimrod used the Hawk and or Eagle as their insignia, they both belong to the same kish family line. These connecting attributes are only the beginning.
Nimrod's Other Name
“Nimrod's other name is given in Genesis 10:11, but this fact has gone entirely unnoticed (as far as I know) by all Biblical scholars except for David Rohl and James Lloyd... Here is Genesis 10:9-12 as given in the KJV, which in this case is faithful to the original Hebrew: And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the LORD: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD. And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh, in the land of Shinar. Out of that land went forth Asshur, and builded Nineveh, and the city Rehoboth, and Calah, and Resen between Nineveh and Calah: the same [is] a great city." As previously mentioned Nimrod's other name is Asshur. His kingdom began in Babel (Eridu) and Erech (Uruk), but then he moved north and established Ninevah, which became the capital of the Assyrian nation, whose people worshiped Asshur, a fierce war god identical to the Babylonian god Marduk. Nimrod was the founder of Ninevah, and Greek legends ascribe the founding of Ninevah to Ninus, a ruler who allegedly "founded the first empire" and "conquered in 17 years the whole of western Asia." Nimrod's presence in the region is also confirmed by the ancient city known as Nimrud, located just south of Ninevah, also known as Kalhu in ancient times, which is the Biblical Calah established by Nimrod according to Genesis 10:12. The scripture says: “And they shall waste the land of Assyria with the sword, and the land of Nimrod in the entrances thereof: thus shall he deliver [us] from the Assyrian, when he cometh into our land, and when he treadeth within our borders. (Micha 5:6) Emphasis mine. Hebrew dialect always reiterates the same thing in dual forms, Nimrod and Assur are here shown synonymous. This correlates with everything revealed so far just to make the connection perfectly clear. Exactly as stated above we learn from scripture that Assyria founded Chaldea. Historically this is impossible because its well known that Chaldea was a Babylonian city. So logically when taken in its correct context Assyria means Assur which means Nimrod. God says “Behold the land of the Chaldeans; this people was not, till the Assyrian founded it for them that dwell in the wilderness: they set up the towers thereof, they raised up the palaces thereof; and he brought it to ruin.” (Isa 23:13) When located under the Hebrew strong's we see that the word translated Assyrian is “ H804 אשּׁר אשּׁוּר 'ashshûr 'ashshûr ash-shoor', ash-shoor' Apparently from H833 (in the sense of successful); … Asshur, Assur, Assyria, Assyrians. See H838.” Although the concordance reminds the reader that Ashur the son of Shem has the same name, the direct correlation between what has just been stated makes all the evidence line up perfectly. (I received this clue by inspiration!) So there are times in scripture when the name assyria is written while in fact it could be speaking about assur who is
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in fact nimrd.
So we see that Nimrod invaded Egypt and became its unifier. Ancient Osirus properly named Asar is the same being as the Assyrian Assur, the Babylonian Murdock who is now established to be Nimrod or king Enmerkar is also properly named Assur, via the Hebrew Scriptures. When Narmer Passed on, his descendents presumably became the ones to rule over a separated Egypt. The next in line to re consolidate Egypt was “historically” King Menes if he is an actual person. The name "Osiris" is the Greek corruption of the Egyptian name "Asar" (or Usar.) There are several possibilities as to what this name means, "the Strength of the Eye", is one. Another is "He Sees the Throne". (http://www.egyptianmyths.net/osiris.htm) "In the ancient pantheon of Babylon the title of the god Marduk was Asar (Nikolsky Dok, 23, rev. 1) or Asarri (Gudea Cyl. B IV I ). Now this word is written with ideographs one which denotes a ,,seat" and the other an ,,eye" (Thureau-Dargin REC 387, 238 and 358). Compare with this the earliest forms of the name Osiris ... Furthermore, Asar, who was Marduk, was called ,,the good being", which may be compared with Osiris who is called,,the good being".(The origins of Osiris and his cult: john Gwyn Griffiths pg.90).
King Menes and Sun worship
After Nimrod came others continuing this royal Babylonian lineage. Northern and Southern Egypt became disconnected once again. Others of the House of Kish remained royalty in Egypt, but it wasn't until King Menes that Egypt was unified a second time. About King Menes and why he is not Narmer:
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Menes, the first independent king of United Egypt [First Dynasty], is the traditional introducer and establisher of civilization in Ancient Egypt; though we have seen that his father...and his grandfather and great-grandfather were also predynastic Pharaohs, and thus possessed the same civilization. What Menes appears to have done was to vastly increase the elements of sporadic Sumerian civilization introduced by his father and the other predynastic kings, and to have established it firmly for the first time. (pg 55) (Second to that of Narmers unification)
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So we see that Menes was an offspring of the Kish Lineage. Egypt was kept as a colony of Babylon, King Narmer Ruled the whole middle east and his family took it over after his death.
Egyptian/Aryan connection to India
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(The Arcane Schools: A Review of Their Origin & Antiquity with a General History of Freemasonry - John Yarke: pg 82)
gods of Egypt came from Babylon
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Thats exactly right. The asar name is attributed to both nimrod and his father cush. Yet nimrd is known to be assur more frequently then his father. These were titles not necessarily names.
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“Ra the personified Sun, was evidently the Semitic divinity Ra or II of ancient Babylon or Bab-El. His terrestrial reign and that of the gods who represented him in various attributes, was considered as actually the same Golden Age. To this period all looked back with regret and envy; and whenever anyone desired to indicate the superiority of anything, it was enough to affirm that "its like had never been seen since the days of the god Ra." He seems to have had no consort like other divinities; and, in fact, the others were only Ra himself, manifested and personified under different forms and conditions, as if to signify the Sun in its various offices, attributes and periods of the day. After the newer arrangement of Thebes had been established, he was named and his symbols placed in combination with those of the divinities of Southern Egypt, as Amun-Ra, Num-Ra, Khem-Ra, Sebek-Ra. Thus was indicated their essential sameness and also that these various personifications related only to qualities and attributes, and not to any real distinct individuality… Ra was also commemorated in an indefinite variety of forms. One was a human figure with the disk of the sun upon the head, which was often entwined by a serpent to typify the motion of the sun through the sky. Another had the head of the hawk, a symbol alike of the sun and of the Supreme Over-Soul. Hence the Temple-scribe or hierogrammat expounded its purpose: "He that has the head of a hawk is the Supreme God. He is the First, indestructible, everlasting, unbegotten, indivisible, absolutely unlike all else, the possessor of all excellence, uninfluenced by gifts, best of the good and most sagacious of the shrewd; He is the father of social order and justice, learned of himself, initiated, perfected, wise, and the first who possessed the sacred occult knowledge." (Source left blank purposely) This sun God is a perfect counterfeit, people who indulge in this sinful sort of fleshly worship show that they actually are worshiping themselves. The same story of the son of utu is perfectly once again manifest and the
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evidence that the Egyptians worshipped nimrod and his father are obvious to any. Since the sun cannot exist beyond this physical realm, worship of it represents glorification of the carnal flesh. This is why pagans love it as they do, its their ability to live that propels their veneration for a thoughtless mass of burning helium.
The Egyptian symbol of Etana
This symbol is also a hieroglyph which represents the word "life" or "breath of life". The glyph appears in an incredible number of inscriptions and was often used as a decorative device. Many of the gods of Egypt are depicted bearing an Ankh to represent their vivacity and immortality. Occasionally the god (or goddess) extends the Ankh to the Pharaoh, indicating both the gift of life and the purification of the subject. The Ankh became the more compact symbol, or word for what the etana legend actually represents. Above left non Egyptian precursor for the Ankh.
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First symbols of Egypt pre 3000 bc (notice the two legged ankh) The two legs of the sun disk become one, and the modern ankh is formed from what is seen above. This direct link to Babylon is just more substantial evidence which intimately supports the relationship between the entire the Sun Hawk landscape and its connection and control over Egypt.
This ankh has the two legs consolidated representing the modern symbol for eternal life via carnal knowledge.
So we see that the Ankh is nothing more than that carnal etana sun disk just in a stylized format. Amazing.
Hittites, Mittians, Phoenicians
The Aryan (Mystery Religion) dispersion Following we will see how the Mystery religion as well as the royal Kish line influenced and created diverse pagan cultures. These influences result in the production of the Persian Avesta and the Indian Veda.
Babylonian source of Hittite religion
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Evidence of unchanged (continuous) religious affiliation (Hittite Winged Sun Disk) The Hittites are closely related, and even modernly established by their connections with Egypt. As the above knowledge states, the Hittites had an influence on Egypt in the ways of religion. Ramses the second reveals the truth behind the unity in both religious outlooks when he stated
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(The Empire of the Hittites William Write Et al.)
Who were the Hittites?
" [The] ancient imperial Khatti people of Asia Minor and Syria-Phoenicia, are the same ruling race which are now generally known as the "Hittites"; for, although calling themselves "Khatti" and called also thus by the Babylonians and Ancient Egyptians, the Hebrews [translated] the spelling of that name into "Heth" and "Hitt" in [the] Old Testament, when referring to them as the ruling race in Phoenicia and Palestine on the arrival of Abraham there; and the translators of our English version of the Hebrew text have further obscured the original form of the name by adding the Latin affix ite, thus arbitrarily coining the modern term "Hitt-ite." The identity of these Khatti Arri, or "Hitt-ites" with the eastern branch of the Aryans who invaded and civilized (by Aryanizing) India, was now made practically certain by my further observation that the latter people also called themselves in their Epics by the same title as did the Hitt-ites. They called themselves Khattiyo Ariyo in their early Pali vernacular, and latterly Sanskritized it by the intrusion of an r into Kshatriya2 Arya (in Hindi Khattri Arya), and these Indian names (Khattiyo, Kshatriya) have the same radical meaning of "cut, or ruler," as the Hittite Khatti has." (p.8: PHOENICIAN ORIGIN OF BRITONS & SCOTS ) We see that the Hittites were related to Babylon, they promulgated (announced, transferred) the Kishite Religion.
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Mittian Winged Sun Disk (Kishite Sun worship) Evidence of a Mittian Aryan Aristocracy is prevalent. Their are so many sources that tell us about the Mittian Rulers that it is no longer needed to be verified. The Aryans took over the Mittian land which was largely under Hittite rule. The Babylonian Aryana Aristocracy (King Kish’s bloodline) took over using cunning and guile opposed to war and strife. These same tactics were used when they covertly took over India.
“FOR the Babylonians say that the first was Belus, who is the same as Cronus. And from him descended Belus and Chanaan; and this Chanaan was the father of the Phœnicians. Another of his sons was Chum, who is called by the Greeks Asbolus, father of the Ethiopians, and the father of Mestraim, the father of the Egyptians. The Greeks say, moreover, that Atlas was the discoverer of astrology.”—Eus. Pr. Ev. lib. IX.
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Depicts winged concentric circles as seen in this photo (from Eretz-Israel vol. 18) of a contemporary (8th/7thcentury B.C.) Phoenician/Palestinian stone vessel: Like the Hittite and Mittian peoples the Phonecians were also under the guide of the Kishite aristocracy. The Phoenician people are actually Canaanites who share much of the same religious beliefs as those mentioned above. The Phoenicians are distinctly set apart because they openly embraced the Aryan name, as well as began to worship the same gods under new names opposed to the old.
“About 7,000 years ago a small Neolithic fishing community settled along the shore [of byblos] and several of their mono cellular huts with crushed limed stone floors can be seen on the site [today]. Many tools and weapons of this stone age period have been found as well. (These tools are not from the stone age but the secular world has a very blind understanding of actual history) The Chalcolithic Period (4,000-3,000 B.C.) saw a continuation of the same way of life, but brought with it new burial customs where the deceased were laid in large pottery jars and buried with their earthly possessions.
The Obvious Influence of Kish and Nimrod
“By the beginning of the Early Bronze Age (about 3000 B.C.). Canaanite Byblos had developed into the most important timber shipping center on the eastern Mediterranean and ties with Egypt were very close. The pharaohs of the Old Kindgom needed the cedar and other wood for shipbuilding, tomb construction and funerary ritual. In return, Egypt sent gold, alabaster, papyrus rope and linen. Thus began a period of prosperity, wealth and intense activity.” (http://www.middleeast.com/byblos.htm) This above information aligns with the earlier understandings disclosed. As the Kish bloodline rose into power they consumed all surrounding territory creating intellectual booms and becoming “divine” royalty to the surrounding more naive populous. The time 3000 bc is when Nimrod was emperor of Egypt and Babylonia, and we see that The Phoenician Byblos had a very close connection to Egypt indeed.
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London, Walters no. 429, from Tharros. Corpus 26/40. (Phoenician god related to the Assyrian Asshur)
Sanchoniatho's Phoenician history
Ham Cush and Nimrod become Ouranous, Chronos and Taautus/ Dagon (Hermes, Marduk). In Sanchoniatho’s history of the Phoenicians a very clear and distinct relationship between the history of Egypt and Babylon is clearly apparent. This history gives a broader insight into the life of the Kish family line, and it tells us what sort of affairs consumed their lives. Proving that the Phoenicians worshiped Baal or Murdoch is something that is very easily achieved. But the most important aspect of understanding this history is to grasp the importance and scope of the Kish family and also how they in fact are the Arya known as the Aryan race. Although the veracity of these histories are fantastical, some of what is written does line up with actual historical events Sanchoniatho’s writes: “By these men were begotten Misor and Sydyc, that is, Well-freed and Just: and they found out the use of salt. From Misor descended Taautus, who invented the writing of the first letters: him the Egyptians called Thoor, the Alexandrians Thoyth, and the Greeks Hermes.” Taautus who invented writing (most likely Phoenician script) was Nimrod. Scholars say that Misor is Mitzraim the brother of Cush, but to really know who Misor is would be something not clearly discerned from this source. The reason Taautus is synonymous with Nimrod will be explained shortly. “But Ouranus, succeeding to the kingdom of his father, contracted a marriage with his sister Ge, and had by her four sons, Ilus who is called Cronus, and Betylus, and Dagon, which signifies Siton (Bread-corn,) and Atlas.” In this context Ouranus is a name for Ham. He succeeded to the kingdom of Noah and said to have married his sister. The four sons are not all his actual children, but they are his blood relatives. This is understood because Ilus who is called Chronos is the Phoenician name for Cush. Dagon who is Chrono’s son is already understood to be Nimrod. “Hermes [Nimrod] addressed the allies of Cronus with magic words, and wrought in them a keen desire to make war against Ouranus in behalf of Ge [Chronus mother]. And Cronus having thus overcome Ouranus in battle, drove him from his kingdom, and succeeded him in the imperial power. In the battle was taken a well-beloved concubine of Ouranus who was pregnant; and Cronus bestowed her in marriage upon Dagon, and, whilst she was with him, she was delivered of the child which she had conceived by Ouranus, and called his name Demarous.”
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So some may ask “how can It be said that Hermes or taautus is Nimrod while the above passage distinctly calls him dagon”? Well, the answer is that both hermes and dagon are separate titles for the same individual. Nimrod is named dagon when directly referred to as Chronos son, while when speaking about his might he is called Taautus (hermes) which is a title not a name. The above story exposes a source for the legend of tammuz. Like many things this story has been mixed up over time. Scholars have assumed nimrod married his Mother, but in actual fact Nimrod took his grandfathers concubine and made her his own, she gave birth to the child she was carrying and named him demarous. He is the one known as tammuz. Kish gave Nimrod this wife and Demarous was Nimrods great uncle not his son. The concubine can be seen as Nimrods grandmother, so the story does pan out, yet with very different circumstances than described today. “But in process of time, whilst Ouranus was still in banishment, he sent his daughter Astarte, being a virgin, with two other of her sisters, Rhea and Dione, to cut off Cronus by treachery; but Cronus took the damsels, and married them notwithstanding they were his own sisters.” Now we see the name “astarte” for the first time, she was also part of the Kish line. She was made into a Goddess becoming the wife of Kish her brother. “And Dagon, after he had found out bread-corn, and the plough, was called Zeus Arotrius or [Jupiter].” Nimrod is said to be the founder of the plough, in this narrative he was the founder of bread corn attaining the new title of Zeus Arotrius. We know that Nimrod was the one who created the plow, this information just substantiates who dagon was. Evidence that dagon is equal to murdok is found here : “Ishkur: “Shrine-Dragon,” the Rain God. His symbol is a famer’s Spade; his planet is Jupiter. Aliases: … Marduk, … Creator of the Plow. “(Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating To The Old Testament by James B. Pritchard, Princeton, 1969, p. 90) “ In the thirty-second year of his power and reign, Ilus, who is Cronus, having laid an ambuscade for his father Ouranus in a certain place situated in the middle of the earth, when he had got him into his hands dismembered him over against the fountains and rivers. There Ouranus was consecrated, and his spirit was separated, and the blood of his parts flowed into the fountains and the waters of the rivers; and the place, which was the scene of this transaction, is shewed even to this day.” This story of Hams death is the same story of Osiris dismemberment. So it’s far to say that this legend was placed on Osiris and may have been derived from this circumstance. “ (Then our historian, after some other things, goes on thus:) But Astarte called the greatest… reigned over the country by the consent of Cronus: and Astarte put upon her head, as the mark of her sovereignty, a bull's head… travelling about the habitable world” The wearing of the bulls horns was a custom of Babylonian royalty. We see the horned headdress is Assyria, Babylon and also depicted on divinities. In this context astarte is a human women, just as in reality she simply was. “And Cronus visiting the country of the south, gave all Egypt to the god Taautus, that it might be his kingdom.” This quote is the most significant of them all. We see that Cush or Cronus gave Egypt to Taautus or Nimrod, this is exactly what we see with the King Narmer scenario. This information provided from this profane source aligns perfectly with what has been already disclosed. “Taautus first attributed something of the divine nature to the serpent and the serpent tribe; in which he was followed by the Phœnicians and Egyptians” More evidence of his power over both cultures. (Euseb. Præp. Evan. lib. I. c. 10.)
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More evidence of his power over both cultures. (Euseb. Præp. Evan. lib. I. c. 10.)
(pg 168 the two babylons) Evidence of Baal worship: The religious customs of the Covenant people became corrupted with the religion of the Phoenician Canaanites. The Prophet Elijah's challenge of the Hebrew priests of Baal is one of the most moving Bible accounts. (1 Kings 8:18-40) The Bible indicates that at one time the majority of Hebrew priests and people followed the rituals of Baal worship.
“Aryan/Kishite” Gods become Avestan and Vedic
Phoenician sun worship source from a Vedic hymn
"The Brihat ['Brit-on']2 singers belaud Indra . . . Indra hath raised the Sun on high in heaven . . . Indra leads us with single sway-The Panch [Phoenic-ian Brihats] leaders of the Earth. Ours only, and none others is He!"-Rig Veda Hymn.3
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This "Panch" ruling Aryan clan was celebrated in the Vedas as the most ardent of all devotees of the Sun and Fire cult associated with worship of the Father-god Indra, as in the Vedic verses cited in the heading, we shall see that the Hitto-Phoenicians were especial worshippers of the Father-god Bel (also called by them "Indara") who was of the Sun-cult, and whose name is recorded in the early Briton monuments ... The "Panch" Aryan clan was also significantly the foremost sea-going Aryan people of the ancient world in the Vedas, in which most, if not all, of the many Aryan kings, celebrated in the Vedic hymns as having been miraculously rescued from shipwreck by Indra or his angels, were kings of the Panch Aryan clan, and "a ship of a hundred oars" is mentioned in connection with them.2 These Panch Aryans are also sometimes called "Krivi"3 in the Vedas, which word is admitted by Sanskritists to be a variant of "Kuru,"4 which we have seen means "of Kur" or "Syria." This confederate Vedic title for them and their kinsmen, the later Syrians, namely "Kuru-Panch(-ala)," is thus seen to be the equivalent of the later title for these two confederate Aryan ruling clans, the Syrians and Phoenicians, which is referred to in the New Testament as "Suro-Phoiniki" and Englished into "Syrio-Phoenician."5 (pg 12-13)
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In this "scene, the king is seen shaking hands by the right hand with the image of the Father-God of the Sun, as part of the old Sumerian ceremony of coronation, when the solar kings assumed the title of "Son of the Sun-god," a title also adopted from the Aryans by the pharaoh of Egypt. This ancient Sumerian ceremonial seems referred to in the Vedic hymn to the Sun-god Mitra which says "When will ye (Mitra) take us by both bands, as a dear sire his son?"1. "(http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob_ch06.html) " Kasi was an eponym title adopted, we find, by some of the early Aryan Phoenician Barats and their successors, from the name of a famous grandson of King Barat, named Kas, or Kas. It is applied in the Vedas to one or more kings of the First Panch(-ala) Dynasty, as well as in the Indian Epic King-Lists, some of which apply it to the whole of that dynasty as well as to their descendants. And on arrival in India, the Kasi Dynasty, significant of their maritime sway, held the river-way up the Ganges, at their capital of Kasi, the modern Benares, bordering the Panch(-ala) province of Ancient India. "Kassi" (or "Cassi") was the title used by the First Phoenician Dynasty about 3000 B.C., as attested in their still extant inscriptions.1 It was the title adopted by the great dynasty of that name in Babylonia which ruled the Mesopotamian empire for about six centuries, from about 1800 B.C., and who are now generally admitted to have been Aryans. And Kasi also occurs as a personal name of Phoenicians in inscriptions in Egypt.2... The Early Aryan Kasi are referred to in Vedic literature as offerers of the sacred Fire and the especial proteges of Indra. And in Babylonia the Kassi were ardent "Sun-worshippers" with its Fire offering; and were devotees of the Sun Cross, which is very freely represented on their sacred seals and monuments, in the various forms of St. George's Cross, the Maltese Cross (see Figs., Chap. XX). This fact is well seen in the engraving on the sacred official sealcylinder here reproduced (see Fig. 12). This shows the pious Aryan Cassis of Babylonia about 1350 B.C. ploughing and sowing under the Sign of the Cross, which, we shall find later, was their emblem of the Aryan Father-God of the Universe, as the Universal Victor." (http://www.jrbooksonline.com/pob/pob_ch06.html)
Mittiani sing the names of Indian Gods
The Indo-European gods Varuna, Mitra, and Indra were recognized in the kingdom of Mitanni in northeastern Syria, where a Hurrian population was ruled by an Indo-Aryan aristocracy [the Kish line] in the third quarter of the 2nd millennium.("Syrian and Palestinian religion." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2009. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 08 Sep. 2009 <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/578986/Syrian-and-Palestinian-religion>. )
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The Mittanis seem to have been an Indic, and not an Iranic group of people. Their pantheon, which includes names like Indra, Varuna, Suriya, Nasatya, is typically Indic. The Mittanis could have introduced during this early period some of the Indic tradition that appears to be manifest in the Kurdish religion of Yazdanism. ( Mehrdad Izady: Lecture, Harvard University) We know exactly from where the Mittians derived their religion.
How the Persian Avesta and Indian RigVida are related
So based on the wide spread adherence to the Babylonian Mysteries. People who fell in love with their man made gods and occult histories allowed an evolution and adaptation to occur creating new books with new cosmologies, prayers and knowledge which all linked directly back to Babylonian Cushite depravity.
PERSIA, (ARYA) THE NOBEL ONES
Persian Absorption of Ashurism The Creation of Zoroastrianism
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Ahura Mazda actually a renamed Persian version of Nmrd
"The Persians adopted their annual renewal festival from the Babylonians and incorporated it into the rituals of their own Zoroastrian religion. The last day of the Persian month Azar is the longest night of the year, [the winter solstice] when the forces of Ahriman are assumed to be at the peak of their strength. While the next day, the first day of the month ‘Day’ known as ‘khoram ruz’ or ‘khore ruz’ (the day of sun) belongs to Ahura Mazda, the Lord of Wisdom. Since the days are getting longer and the nights shorter, this day marks the victory of Sun over the darkness. The occasion was celebrated in the festival of ‘Daygan’ dedicated to Ahura Mazda, on the first day of the month ‘Day’." (http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~dee/ANCINDIA/ARYANS.HTM) “The battle of Ahura Mazda with the the forces of Ahriman clearly is reminiscent of Marduk's battle in Babylon and Ashur in Assyria against the monsters of chaos.” (http://www.christiansofiraq.com/norooz.html) Fire Worship continued… (spirit of the sun)
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(Ashura –Wisdom) or Ahura Mazda is the one with the highlighted sun over his head, We see him giving the divine sign of Kingship away. Mazda represents the sun the same ways the Egyptian deities do.
This Artefact may be what many of the “gods”/carnal lying men are holding in their hands, and giving to their kings. Its a sign of Royal divinity (Iranian Museum)
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Origan of pergatory comes from Zoroastrianism
Everything so far related to the Veda
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Babylonian (Aryan) Avesta Brought into India
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The Reg Veda Mathematics begun in Sumeria some 2,400 b.c. The vedas which contain the same mathimatical theories were written 2nd mellenium 1900-1000 bc. Which means that people from mesophatamia did influnce the Indian religions, and created the cast system.
Judaism Judaism became Christianity Jewish mysticism and Hinduism create the kabala Gnosticism arises out from Christianity and the kabala
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Greece produces Atheism and Agnosticism Paganism from Babylon Sumer Greece Egypt and India get incorporated into Christianity and creates the Catholic church
Limbo comes from Zoroastrianism
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(Satanism today: an encyclopedia of religion, folklore, and popular culture) By James R. Lewis, pg 219
Catholicism produces Islam
Catholic dogma mixed with Hinduism, Zoroastrianism and Arab Pantheism produces Islam
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Islam and Hinduism creates Sikhism, Buddhism etc.
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Since the Bible does not deal in the histories of other nations in detail, it will be necessary to search the ancient profane records to find our answer as to how Pergamos became the seat of the Satanic religion of Babylon. The major sources of information will be in records of Egyptian and Grecian culture. The reason for this is that Egypt received her science and mathematics from the Chaldeans and in turn Greece received them from Egypt. Now since the priests were in charge of teaching these sciences, and since these sciences were used as a part of religion, we already know the key as to how the Babylonish religion gained its strength in these two countries. It is also true that whenever a nation was able to overcome another nation, in due time the religion of the subduer became the religion of the subdued. It is well known that the Greeks had the very same signs of the Zodiac as did the Babylonians; and it has been found in the ancient Egyptian records that the Egyptians gave the Greeks their knowledge of polytheism. Thus the mysteries of Babylon spread from nation to nation until it appeared in Rome, in China, India and even in both North and South America we find the very same basic worship.