Exodus 20: 3-6 The Second Word Part 1: No Other gods Part 4

The next time we see the Babylonian Mystery Religion and this may possibly where it gets its name is with the introduction of Nimrod. 

The Scriptures tell us that he was a mighty man and hunter before the Lord (many believe that the proper meaning of this is that he was a hunter of man).

He was the first leader to develop a one world government and religious system and built a tower that would reach heaven, not in order to reach out to God, but in direct opposition to the Lord. Many claim that this tower was actually a ziggurat used for occult worship. 

I tend to believe that he was a real person because his name is in many different religious myths, most notably the Koran. 

One interesting note is that, before the languages were confounded by God because they had gone against his command, the people spoke one language which would have had to come out of the Garden and may have been what was later called “The Enochian Language,” the language of the angels. This is just purely speculation for there is no proof one way or the other.

Nimrods people worshipped him as a god. Much of this idea had been preached by Nimrods mother, Semiramis. After his death and the disgrace of Cush and in order to keep proper control over the masses, she marries her own son. 

Coincidentally she just happened to find out she was pregnant, the father unknown, and with the knowledge that everyone knew about the woman’s seed prophecy given to Eve, she had more than enough ammo to device an ingenious plan:

She would give birth to the reincarnated Nimrod. 

Nimrod would be reborn through Semiramis. He had died for the sins of the world and he would be reborn as its savior. 

She had slept with no man but had been impregnated through his holy spirit. She would now be known as the mother of god or what we see as Madonna and son. She was the Queen of Heaven. 

This idea has its roots here but has also been accommodated into every other religion and civilization on earth. Especially into the Roman Catholic Church. 

Mary is deified as the mother of God which is completely wrong. She is the mother of the God-Man, the Son of God, our Savior. It might be splitting hairs but to call her the mother of God tells us that she existed before God and points back to Sophia. Yet we have those in mainline denominations worshipping the sacred feminine. Some pray to the blessed mother because they have been taught the need too because the son is angry. 

Mary herself never saw it that way:

Luke1:

34 Then Mary said to the angel, “How can this be, since I do not know a man?”
35 And the angel answered and said to her, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Highest will overshadow you; therefore, also, that Holy One who is to be born will be called the Son of God. 36 Now indeed, Elizabeth your relative has also conceived a son in her old age; and this is now the sixth month for her who was called barren. 37 For with God nothing will be impossible.”
38 Then Mary said, “Behold the maidservant of the Lord! Let it be to me according to your word.” And the angel departed from her.

Isn’t it amazing how the Holy Spirit went about giving the truth even before these errors come about. We still have scholars arguing over who really wrote the first five books of the Bible, yet Jesus answers this plainly in the Gospels. The same for the book of Isaiah and Jesus gives us the answe as well. It is placed right in front of us but most people don’t want it to be so easy. It’s a shame. 

Semiramis’ son Tammuz also had some myths about him that influenced Jewish tradition as well as ours today. The Israelites even went so far as to name one of their months after him. 

There are also many different speculations as to how Nimrod died. My favorite is the myth that Seth gathered 72 consorts together to kill Nimrod. Seth cut him into many pieces, giving parts to each consort, to spread them all over the earth. This myth ties him to what many secret groups who still practice the Mystery Religion. 

Isis and Osiris

This Egyptian myth tells the story of Osiris, the sun god, and his wife Isis. Most prehistoric cults worshipped the sun. It was the savior of mankind. It brought safety, warmth, the ability to grow food and sustain life. But it went away and darkness came and man would then have to wait for the savior to be reborn. 

Osiris represented the sun in that he was a good god-king who held the respect of those in his kingdom and the underworld. His brother, Set, who is represented by darkness became jealous of his brother and kills him, cutting him into little pieces and scattering them all over Egypt. 

Osiris, who is very cunning and strong magically, sets out to find and gather the pieces of her husband in order to put him back together again. She does so and breathing the breath of life into him is now able to conceive a child. She names him Horus and he defeats Set to take back the kingdom. 

In some myths she finds every part except his penis yet somehow is still able to conceive a son with him. 

This myth supposedly give evidence as to the nature of obelisks and their prominence in almost every continent. These are supposed to be a symbol of what was lost(hidden knowledge, truth)

Obelisks are everywhere. In America, we have one in Washington D.C. and there is another in Rome at the Vatican. Each has the counterpart in the womb or a round structure close by. 

Osiris and Horus are also representative of Madonna and child. 

Not all was just evil back then because not long after Nimrod, we learn of the birth of Abraham. 

One of his contemporaries was a man by the name of Job. It is believed that his book is the oldest book in the Bible. He is a good man who also loves and seems to have a relationship with God as Abraham does. 

I never thought about it before but I was listening to a sermon and the preacher mentioned how the timeframe for Job was so many thousands of years before the oral and written forms of Scripture. 

Yet they did have the story of what God was doing and that seems to be in the heavens. In Job we already have the names of all the consolations and I believe that Gods Word was taught that way before it was changed through Babylonian myth and occultism. 

Just another speculation so don’t hold me to it. 

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About Clint Rodgers

I am a father of 2 wonderful children and the husband of a beautiful woman who has taught me more about compassion for goofballs than I could have ever learned. I have know Jesus for many years but about 5 years ago I truly met Him and now I do my best to follow Him as I walk in this world
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