Babylon: Why ISIS Chose Syria/Iraq; ‘Holy’ Roman Empire & WW3

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 18:09 PM
August 25, 2014

semiramis    To understand today’s turmoils in the Middle East and Europe, one must grasp Biblical links between ISIS’ new Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, the ‘Catholic Church’, the revised Holy Roman Empire growing out of a soon-abandoned European Union, and ancient Babylon, a present city in Iraq.

Modern day idolatry, including Christianized cults in the Catholic Church and in some Protestant ideologies, all spring from ancient rebellious religious traditions founded by Nimrod after Noah’s flood, as recorded in Genesis 10.

In utter defiance of God’s laws, to continue their worship of astrology, Nimrod and his followers built a tower.  As a result, God confused their languages making communication impossible and scattered the nations abroad.

One of the idol images various tribal dialects took with them was veneration of mother and child which represented Nimrod’s wife, Semiramis, and their son, Tammuz. Those pagan symbols survive in cult religions around the world under various names, including as Madonna and child in the Roman Catholic Church.

Nimrod’s tower was built in the city of Babylon which still stands in Iraq. As Finis Dake explains in ‘Revelation Expounded: External Mysteries Simplified,’ the connections between Babylon and Rome remain stamped on world history:

“After the nations were scattered abroad, Babylon continued to be the ‘seat of Satan’ until the Babylonian priesthood was forced to leave Babylon [and] moved to Pergamos.  When Attalus, the Pontiff and King of Pergamos, died in 133 B.C., he bequeathed the headship of the Babylonian priesthood to Rome.

“In 63 B.C. Julius Ceasar was made Supreme Pontiff of the Babylonian Order, thereby becoming heir to the rights and titles of Attalus . . . Thus, the first Roman emperor became the head of the Babylonian priesthood and Rome became the successor of Babylon . . . in 378 A.D. the Babylonian System of religion became part of the ‘Christian’ church.”

As Alexander Hislop writes in ‘The Two Babylons’: “The “mother and child” cult is one example of idolatry that madonna-and-childoriginated back at Babel [i.e. Babylon]. This image was first fashion in the heavens, and then idols were made to worship them. In Babylon, the Madonna with Child was worshipped as Semiramis and Tammuz. From Babylon, this worship of the Mother and Child spread to the ends of the earth. In Egypt, the Mother and the Child were worshipped under the names of Isis and Osiris [Horus]. In India, even to this day, as Isi and Iswara;

“ . . . in Asia, as Cybele and Deoius; in Pagan Rome, as Fortuna and Jupiter-puer, or Jupiter, the boy; in Greece, as Ceres, the Great Mother, with the babe at her breast; or as Irene, the goddess of Peace, with the boy Plutus in her arms; and even in Tibet . . Japan missionaries found the mother and child just as in Rome; Shing Moo, the Holy Mother in China, being represented with a child in her arms, . . . exactly as if a Roman Catholic artist had been employed to set her up.”

Bible historical books make clear: Idol worship of any kind is not Christian.  In His first commandment in Exodus 20, God says: “Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I The LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.”

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