Semiramis, priests, Nimrod, Tammuz and his relationship with Mary and Jesus
@ THIS IS HOW JUDAH OUR PEOPLE REPLIED TO THE PROPHET WHEN GOD SENT HIM TO WARN THEM,THEY REJECTED WITH PRIDE AND STUBBORNESS@
(15) Then all the men which knew that their wives had burned incense unto other gods, and all the women that stood by, a great multitude, even all the people that dwelt in the land of Egypt, in Pathros, answered Jeremiah, saying,
(16) As for the word that thou hast spoken unto us in the name of the LORD, we will not hearken unto thee.
(17) But we will certainly do whatsoever thing goeth forth out of our own mouth, to burn incense unto the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto her, as we have done, we, and our fathers, our kings, and our princes, in the cities of Judah, and in the streets of Jerusalem: for then had we plenty of victuals, and were well, and saw no evil.
(18) But since we left off to burn incense to the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto her, we have wanted all things, and have been consumed by the sword and by the famine.
(19) And when we burned incense to the queen of heaven, and poured out drink offerings unto her, did we make her cakes to worship her, and pour out drink offerings unto her, without our men?
THE PROPHET PRONOUNCES THE CURSES FOR THEIR IDOL WORSHIP OF THE QUEEN OF HEAVEN WHICH THEY INSISTED ON LIKE THEIR FOREFATHERS AND LIKE WE DO TODAY LIKE THEY DID
(20) Then Jeremiah said unto all the people, to the men, and to the women, and to all the people which had given him that answer, saying,
(21) The incense that ye burned in the cities of Judah, and in the streets of Jerusalem, ye, and your fathers, your kings, and your princes, and the people of the land, did not the LORD remember them, and came it not into his mind?
(22) So that the LORD could no longer bear, because of the evil of your doings, and because of the abominations which ye have committed; therefore is your land a desolation, and an astonishment, and a curse, without an inhabitant, as at this day.
In the year 3000 BC., In Babylon was a woman who was known as Semiramis (Ishtar or Easter other names in English. The Bible refers to her as Ashtoreth and Astarte. Many called her Semiramis) she became Queen of Babylon,and had adopted a child whom was called Nimrod (According to the Bible, Nimrod was a descendant of Adam and great-grandson of Noah through the line of Ham. He was the natural son of Cush, but legally heir of Shem can be seen in the episode of the Tower of Babel). She was the mother of Nimrod, but later became his wife.
The Babylonians came to regard her as a goddess Semiramis. all the people wanted to be closer to Semiramis, and enjoy the privileges of the country, thye had to bring the newborn child to scrifice.The worship of Nimrod was called moloh. Moloh worshippers, carried the children in body and soul and threw it at the stake.
Part of the Babylonians were in agreement and not others. They chose to kill Nimrod and succeeded. When her husband was killed, she reportedly became the ruler of the kingdom after him. But like many of his subjects did not believe that Nimrod was the god parigual he had claimed to be, Semiramis feared losing control over them. She knew she had come up with something that looks like a great miracle, something that would fill the people with wonder and really show that Nimrod was a god.
Semiramis acted quickly to bed with one of his priest and being pregnant. Led to believe all the Babylonian god Nimrod had been reincarnated in it. Nine months later born child and the child is put as the name Tammuz. Born 25 December in the year 3005 BC. December 25 was the shortest day of the year in the northern hemisphere and marked the moment when the days began to lengthen again. By associating with the sun god Nimrod, Semiramis proclaimed that day as the birthday of Sol evergreen tree, symbol of life amid the dead of winter, began to engage in this celebration as a symbol of the rebirth of Nimrod.
What is known about the cross and what is its significance? Perhaps there is a symbol that represents more than Christianity. But is it really Christian? The cross with several minor modifications and was a common symbol in pagan antiquity. The original form of the letter tau Chaldean or “T” was like the current cross was just the initial of Tammuz, the sun god will be marked on the foreheads of those initiated into the ancient mystery religion. The Vestal Virgins of ancient Rome wore the letter tau suspended from a chain around his neck, as many do today.
Babylonian times another man stood up for the opposition party called the king Kansa . Semiramis was chased and killed by him, here is the how the relation of Semiramis and Mary the mother of Christ. also the mother of James, Joseph, Simon (not Simon Peter) and Judas (not Judas Iscariot), and some daughters (Matthew 13:55 and 56) (Matthew 1:25). began
The king pursues Kansas Semiramis to kill her and the child, flees to the desert comes to a place of palm trees and there is murdered with her child. King Kansa puts a crown on his head put a child on his left arm cut a palm and puts it in his right hand, and says this is the great goddess Semiramis.
The Babylonians went to different places, the Jews who lived and went to their lands Nosemiramis put her there, back in Israel and wasis called Astaroth, the child is called Baal (as Judges 2:13).
Epifanio (79, 8, 1, 2) related these customs with the worship of the “queen of heaven” spoken of in Jeremiah, citing Jeremiah 7:18 and 44:25. (Epiphanius, edited by Karl Holl, Leipzig, 1933, vol. 3, pp. 476, 482, 483.)
This cult ersos div invaded peoples, which may include a reference to Egypt, who assimilated the party Dec. 25 in honor of the Sun in the Catholic Encyclopedia says, “… Christmas (Christ Mass) was not between the early church festivals … The first evidence for the feast is from Egypt …”. In the Encyclopedia Britannica, we read, “… … Christmas was not among the original festivals of the church .. was not instituted by Christ or the apostles, nor by scriptural authority … was collected long after between Paganism …”. As we see, the religious holiday originated in Babylon, not only invaded pagan peoples, but also the apostate church.
The Encyclopedia Americana informs us that “… in the fifth century the Western Church ordered that the feast would be held forever on that very day that they celebrated the ancient Roman festival in honor of the birth of the sun, and not knew with certainty the day of the birth of Christ …”. The Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia explains, “… The pagan festival with its riot and revelry was so popular that Christians gladly accepted, and only apologized to continue its celebration with little change in spirit and manner. Christian preachers from the West and Near East protested against the unusual frivolity with which Christ’s birth celebrated, while Christians of Mesopotamia accused their Western brethren of idolatry and sun worship for adopting as Christian this pagan festival
Nowadays the Christmas party is all a syncretism. Contains elements Babylonian, Egyptian and biblical identities,. Is said to be the birthday of Christ, while pines are adorned with lights, fields, even some talk of waiting for St. Nicholas, a former Catholic bishop who became famous for giving away a dowry of two young people who were going to be maried, and eventually, thanks to the publicity of this story and the transformation Coca-Cola industries made, millions of children believe the lie that he will come to their houses to leave gifts.
The cult of Semiramis grew up and was so spread and then after all when Christ began to found his church the Bible says that every day there people being added to the congregation which had to be saved. The worship of Semiramis was CRUMBLING there were thousands of which were converted to Christ and followed him with all his heart.
Later in the year 609 AD. Catholicism takes the name of Semiramis and say is this is the tattoos of the holy virgin Mary, the child you have in your arm is Jesus and she is Mary and the people said amen. Unfortunately the Christmas party, as we know it is all a religious festival with various components pagans, and especially with old lies, because for all we know that Jesus was not born on December 25. Is it right that we as Christians participate in such religious celebrations, filled with paganism and deceit? No, we’re not saying that giving gifts, or a family meal is sinful, but do these things for the Christmas party. Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz, they never thought would come to where his deceptions and false religion, but is in us to go away with the cult.
Christmas trees, crosses and Easter eggs Where do common religious symbols that have penetrated the world Christianity? They have their origin in the Bible? Is there any evidence that the early Christian crosses were hung around his neck or put Christmas trees? If not, then where did these and other customs is?
What today is known as the “Christmas Tree” and was in use 2,000 years before the birth of Christ. Babylon was in the palm and fir Rome. It was the ancient symbol of the rebirth of the pagan god and savior. What is celebrated as the Saturnalia in ancient Rome came to “Christianized” as the “Christmas of Christ” in the fourth century AD. As discussed often during December in newspaper articles, almost all the trappings associated with the celebration of Christmas was used many centuries before the birth of Christ. In the early fourth century, after an alliance with the Emperor Constantine, the church called Christian found a way to attract the masses of the Roman Empire. But those people did not want to change the lives and customs that their ancestors had followed.
Many, however, were attracted by some aspects of Christianity. The result was that the popular Roman festivals were put names of Christian origin and moderated some of the most indecent. These people became “Christian”, but without their festivals and customs, and continued doing the same things at the same time, but with a different name.
What we know about the easter egg? “We must go back back to Semiramis and mysteries … The words ‘egg’ and ‘home’ are very similar in Hebrew and Chaldean. Thus the house or Noah’s Ark floating on the water, became the ‘egg’. ‘It is said that a large size egg fell from the sky over the river Euphrates … Venus out there, who later became the goddess of the Assyrians’ (Hyginus’ Fabulae, pg. 148-149), called Astarte [ ‘Easter’ English word ‘Easter’ is derived from the name of Astarte]. The classical poems are full of tales of the mystic egg of the Babylonians. This was the origin of that first Easter egg was a commemoration of the arrival (birth) of the mother of the sun god after the flood “(Satan’s Great Deception, C. Paul Meredith, 1953 pg. 85-86).
What is known about the cross and what is its significance? Perhaps there is a symbol that represented more than you Christians. But is it really Christian? The cross with several minor modifications and was a common symbol in pagan antiquity. The original form of the letter tau Chaldean or “T” was like the current cross was just the initial of Tammuz, the sun god will be marked on the foreheads of those initiated into the ancient mystery religion. The Vestal Virgins of ancient Rome wore the letter tau suspended from a chain around his neck, as many do today. In Egypt it was called ansada and was considered a symbol of immortality. It is common motif in Egyptian religious art and other people who received their influence. A few years ago, archaeologists digging near the ruins of Samaria found the ancient emblem of the idolatrous Queen Jezebel of Israel. The prominent symbol in that Cross emblem was the former ansada.
There is no biblical instruction to use the instrument of Roman torture as a religious symbol. And there is no indication that will use it in that form in the early years of the New Testament. In fact, spent more than two hundred years after Christ before the symbol was introduced pagan worship of what is now called Christianity. The priest-fish (Babylon), is now the Pope’s hat “fish” (see photos). The fish symbol is a theme throughout the Gospel stories and this is symbolic of Nimrod / Tammuz, the father-son, of Babylon. Another reason for Jesus as a fish could be the zodiac sign of Pisces, the fishes.