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Nimrod – The Rebel
Supposedly, Nimrod, third in succession from Noah through Ham (Cush was his father), would have been of pure Adamic bloodline, because the Great Flood was sent to take care of the Sons of Cain, right? Not exactly – remember, there were giants in the earth “in those days, and also after that.” Pre-flood, and post-flood as well.
First, let’s determine who Nimrod actually was. His name comes from the word marad, which means “he rebelled.”
Without a doubt, the first blatantly anti-Christ-like figure that we read about in scripture is someone the Bible refers to as Nimrod. This individual is very significant for a lot of reasons which will become apparent by the end of this blog. I believe Nimrod was a giant like so many of his cousins. – Rob Skiba, The First Shall be the Last
The reason for this conclusion again has to do with word usage in the Bible:
And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to be a mighty one in the earth.
Three sections in this unprecedented verse indicate something very peculiar happened to Nimrod. First, note where the text says, “he began to be.” In Hebrew, this is chalal, which means “to become profaned, defiled, polluted, or desecrated ritually, sexually or genetically.” Second, this verse tells us exactly what Nimrod began to be as he changed genetically—“a mighty one” (gibbowr, gibborim), one of the offspring of Nephilim. As Annette Yoshiko Reed says in the Cambridge University book, Fallen Angels and the History of Judaism and Christianity, “The Nephilim of Genesis 6:4 are always…grouped together with the gibborim as the progeny of the Watchers and human women.” And the third part of this text says the change to Nimrod started while he was on “earth.” Therefore, in modern language, this text could accurately be translated to say: “And Nimrod began to change genetically, becoming a gibborim, the offspring of watchers on earth.” – Tom Horn
That’s one theory. If it’s true, then something very strange and unprecedented happened to Nimrod to change him from a normal man to a “mighty” one. What that could have been is something of a mystery. Because of the word usage above, perhaps through his own self-defilement he began to change. No one really knows.
There’s another theory that says not all 8 members of Noah’s party aboard the ark were entirely free from serpent seed in their DNA. The most likely candidates for carrying the contamination through (over) the flood are the wife of Noah’s son, Ham, or perhaps through Ham himself. A possible confirmation of this is the reprehensible conduct of this man. It says in Genesis 9 that Noah “..planted a vineyard; and he drank of the wine, and became drunk, and lay uncovered in his tent. And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father…”
Word usage patterns in the Bible will shed light on what this probably means. Let’s turn to Leviticus 18:8 –
The nakedness of thy father’s wife shalt thou not uncover: it is thy father’s nakedness.
If the “nakedness” of one’s father’s wife is the father’s “nakedness,” then what was being said when Ham saw his father‘s nakedness? Here is the NIV translation of Leviticus 18:8 –
Do not have sexual relations with your father’s wife; that would dishonor your father (or uncover his nakedness).
Now we can understand a little better the outrage of Noah upon awakening and learning of Ham’s transgression – it was clearly more severe than just Ham glimpsing Noah’s twig and berries while he lay sleeping in a drunken stupor. Ham, it appears, slept with his own mother (pause here for retching).
It would seem quite possible that Ham had a bit of the serpent seed coursing through his veins, which might explain how Nimrod, his grandson, became a “mighty one,” a Nephilim. It’s also interesting to note the curse that Noah placed upon Ham for this abomination, the “Curse of Canaan.” Canaan was Ham’s son, and for Ham’s wrongs he was cursed by Noah. That’s a perfect example of the saying “the sins of the fathers.” Noah cursed Canaan to be a “servant of servants” unto his brethren. He is the man who founded the land of his own name, and that land became peopled with names ending with the “-ites” suffix: Hittites, Jebusites, Amorites, Girgasites, Arkites, etc. Why is that important? Because those peoples, the Canaanites, are known to have been giants!
Yet destroyed I the Amorite before them, whose height was like the height of the cedars, and he was strong as the oaks; yet I destroyed his fruit from above, and his roots from beneath. – Amos 2:9
And that land was the land promised to the people Israel, and these giants were the ones seen when Moses sent spies into the land to suss it out. This is another warning flag that somehow, through Ham and his lineage, the serpent seed line survived the flood. It doesn’t matter how this bloodline continued beyond the flood, just that it did. And, as far as I can see, there is little doubt that Nimrod was a Son of Cain through and through, for “by their fruits ye shall know them.”
The Foundation of Mystery Babylon
After becoming a “mighty one,” Nimrod built himself an impressive kingdom, uniting it all under one language. He became, in other words, the first “King of the World.” He also came to be worshiped as a god, even in his own time, but especially after his death.
In the same spirit of his grandfather Ham, Nimrod wed his own mother after his father died (Cush had purportedly married her at an advanced age). The mother, Semiramis, apparently coveted fame and wealth, and saw this arrangement as a way to maintain those privileges well into the future.
The impact of this man on subsequent history is massive, primarily because he is the main god of the Sons of Cain after Lucifer himself. They control our society today, and they are the ones that idolize this false god. The religion that grew out of the story of Nimrod and his wife and their son, Tammuz, is alive and kicking in modern day, and, unfortunately, much of it’s trappings are loved by Christians blind to the truth.
First, let’s look at how many names Nimrod came to be known by after his death.
His wife is known by just as many, but she is known primarily as “The Queen of Heaven.”
There are a few versions on how Nimrod’s death came about, but suffice it to say that he was double-crossed (either by his own wife, or by an associate or family member – some say it was his uncle Shem), killed, his body was then cut into various pieces, then those pieces were scattered abroad his kingdom to prove to his underlings that he was not an immortal god, and that he was certainly quite dead.
Semiramis was not about to lose her kingdom and power, so she got busy crafting a story. It was not a new story, however.
Noah was the ninth descendent of Adam. Surely he and all of his family knew of God’s pronouncement over their seed line to Eve, that it would “bruise his (the serpent’s) head.” And, of course, they also knew what that meant – that a Messiah would come from their seed line, born of a woman supernaturally conceived, to redeem it and restore it to God. To restore life. A Messiah that would be a blood sacrifice of atonement for the world’s sins, then rise again to life everlasting. To be evergreen.
Not surprisingly, all of these elements formed the religion she started after Nimrod’s death. She and the son she delivered after Nimrod was killed, Tammuz, became the basis for pagan mother-child worship that is alive and well in today’s Catholic Church. Semiramis said that Tammuz was conceived miraculously from postmortem Nimrod, and that Tammuz was Nimrod resurrected to live again.
The evergreen tree is one of the main symbols of Nimrod. This resurrection is celebrated during the winter solstice because Nimrod, like Lucifer, is a solar deity. The Sons of Cain love their sun worship. This is also why the Christmas tree is used today – that comes directly from Mystery Babylon and it’s founder, Nimrod. Christmas is NOT when Christ was born – it’s when Nimrod is said to have resurrected as his son, Tammuz, on the winter solstice – the time when the sun is reborn anew.
So we can see that this Mystery Babylon is a counterfeit of God and his true son, Jesus Christ. But the one thing the Sons of Cain were happy to provide people with in their counterfeit religion was plenty of idols to worship – something Jehovah would never allow. People are generally weak of flesh, and if they can touch and hold an idol representing a god, they are much happier than without that, worshiping only the true Spirit of God. Look at how many times Israel slid back into idolatry – over and over again.
This family also gave rise to the symbols and practices of Easter, but that can be left for another investigation – suffice it to say for now that this religious system has permeated the world throughout all of history and plagues the modern world today, though it is little recognized for it’s true origins, and that serves the Sons of Cain just fine.
Storming the Gates of Heaven
And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven. – Genesis 11:4
When examining this passage, we need to keep in mind who it is we’re talking about here. Nimrod, if our analysis is correct, was in fact a Nephilim, a hybrid. We showed in the previous post what kinds of things these beings were capable of – they tampered with the DNA of all living things, and built stone monuments of such perfection and weight of stone that they cannot be duplicated today.
In light of that, do you think that God reacted with haste to prevent them from doing anything “they have imagined to do” if they were simply building a tall tower? No, I don’t think so either. I believe, as do others, that Nimrod was building a dimensional gateway of some kind. And he was intending to use it to storm Heaven itself.
We know that we can’t build a building that is high enough to literally enter into the “Third Heaven” where God dwells, therefore something else must be meant by this. Somehow, Nimrod and his people created something that could “bridge” our world and that of the Heavenly realm. – Rob Skiba
So what then, exactly, was Nimrod’s plan once he reached into Heaven’s dimension, if successful? Here’s where the audacity of this man and his kind (Sons of Cain) comes screaming in, and we have to look to the Book of Jasher for the answer:
And the building of the tower was unto them a transgression and a sin, and they began to build it, and whilst they were building against the Lord God of heaven, they imagined in their hearts to war against him and to ascend into heaven.
And all these people and all the families divided themselves in three parts; the first said We will ascend into heaven and fight against him; the second said, We will ascend to heaven and place our own gods there and serve them; and the third part said, We will ascend to heaven and smite him with bows and spears; and God knew all their works and all their evil thoughts, and he saw the city and the tower which they were building. – chapter 9:25-26
That fleshes it out more clearly – he wanted to kill and usurp God Almighty. That’s a lot of brass.
But of course he didn’t succeed. New tongues were created, confusion set in, and depending on what document you cite, 70 to 72 new nations were formed in the snap of a finger, each with it’s own language. Don’t trifle with God.
To this day the elite Sons of Cain allude to this event. For instance, in the US Capitol Rotunda is painted a fresco entitled The Apotheosis of Washington, as in George. Apotheosis means: The elevation of someone to divine status; deification. And that is what the fresco is portraying.
The circular painting is surrounded by 72 stars – and stars are usually referring to angels in the Bible. That is significant. Researcher Peter Goodgame thinks that when the tongues were created, and new nations with them, God was giving these new nations and peoples over to “Sons of God,” or fallen angels, to govern – the reason being is because they were continually challenging him for rule, so he gave them what they asked for, keeping one nation only for himself – the nation that would become Israel.
As far as I remember, Washington was never a god – but he was a Freemason, and those Sons of Cain all believe that someday they will become gods themselves.
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