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All Roads Lead To... Ancient Babylon



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The famous saying that all roads lead to Rome is true, but the true foundation of all false religion goes back even further than that. Ancient Babylon is where all false religions spring from. The Babylonian Mystery Religion is truly a mystery and infiltrates all aspects of society to this very day. Satan established his kingdom in ancient Babylon and it carries with it many forms and many names. Let's untangle this web of lies and uncover this religion of Satanism that poses as something good. Satan worship is often not so blatant as we might expect. It is often disguised as something different and good. Satan is content to receive his worship through deception and he need only to trick you away from how God has instructed us to worship him in truth.

It all started a few generations after the flood. The Bible tells us that Nimrod was a mighty warrior before(against) the Lord. He descended from Noah's son Ham. He was the leader and builder of many great cities, including Babylon and the tower of Babel. Now let's learn of the story of Nimrod, Semiramis, and Tammuz. From this story springs the foundation of the Babylonian mystery religion. Semiramis was the wife of Nimrod. Semiramus had became pregnant with an illegitimate son and Nimrod threatened to dethrone her and expose her past as a prostitute. She apparently then plotted to have Nimrod killed. Afterwards, she presented her son Tammuz as an immaculately conceived reincarnation of Nimrod. She presented him as the seed of the woman presented in Genesis 3, the messiah, and so Tammuz was the first Christ impostor, the first antichrist. She told the people that the spirit of Nimrod was reincarnated into the sun, and he thus became the sun-god. Semiramis said she was impregnated by the sun's rays and gave birth to Tammuz. Semiramis became the figure of the moon goddess and moon worship. 

            

The unholy trinity - Nimrod/Semiramis/Tammuz
The sun-god - Nimrod 
Mother/child worship - Semiramis/Tammuz
The moon goddess and mother goddess worship - Semiramis
The counterfeit son of God - Tammuz

We all know the story of the tower of Babel in Genesis 11 where God confused the languages of the people and caused them to scatter over the earth. All these people took with them the religion of mystery Babylon and scattered its doctrines over the earth as well. Different cultures and peoples then began to worship this same unholy trinity, only in the form of different names. We know they are the same because the doctrines and stories are all too similar and alike. So depending on the people, some of the names are as follows:

Nimrod = Baal, Zeus, Jupiter, Ra, Odin, Pan, etc.
Semiramis = Ashtoreth, Astarte, Ishtar, Aphrodite, Diana, Isis, etc.
Tammuz = Bacchus, Hurcules, Dionysus, Attis, Horis, Krishna, etc. 

So paganism and the worship of these false gods have been established by Satan all over the world from ancient Babylon. But God set aside for himself a peculiar people and made a promise to Abraham and his descendants through his son Isaac. Jacob was the son of Isaac and his name was changed to Israel. From the 12 sons of Jacob(Israel) came the Israelites. But as the story goes, the Israelites were disobedient to God and followed after these false gods of the surrounding nations. God eventually sent Israel and Judah into captivity because of their disobedience. The nation of Judah was taken into captivity by Babylon. So for 70 years while in captivity to the Babylonians, they inevitably learned of and became ingrained into Babylonian paganism that started with Nimrod, Semiramis, and Tammuz. Judah was then permitted to return to their land when the Medes and Persians came to power. But they brought with them the paganism from their past disobedience and captivity. 

So now the question is: What happened to this paganism religion that came from Babylon from this point? Has it continued on through history to our present day? Yes it has, but how and can we trace it? Yes...
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