Statues of the deified Nimrod, from the ancient city of Ninevah (Mosul) in the British Museum

On 17 Aug 2014, various MSM (Mainstream Media) outlets began reporting that the United States has been bombing the Mosul Dam, overtaken by ISIL, the “terrorist” group we founded.

However, none of these reports state the absolutely terrifying implications of bombing a dam that could kill 500,000 people within 1 hour, even without the bombs causing a breach.

If you look at Wikipedia article on the dam, we find the following: “It is located on the Tigris River in the western governorate of Ninawa, upstream of the city of Mosul. It is ranked as the fourth largest dam in the Middle East, measured by reserve capacity, capturing snow melt from Turkey, some 70 miles (110 km) north.  Because the dam was constructed on a foundation of soluble gypsum, the engineers installed a grouting gallery that would allow continuous grouting of the dam’s foundation in order to promote stability. Construction was complete in 1984 and in the Spring of 1985, the Mosul Dam began to inundate the Tigris River, filling the reservoir which submerged many archaeological sites in the region. Due to significant structural stability issues associated with the Mosul Dam, grouting and additional construction and repairs are constantThe earthen embankment dam is located on top of gypsum, a soft mineral which dissolves in contact with water. Continuous maintenance is required to plug, or “grout” new leaks with a liquefied slurry of cement and other additives.[8] More than 50,000 tonnes (49,000 long tons; 55,000 short tons) of material have been injected into the dam since leaks began forming shortly after the reservoir was filled in 1986, and 24 machines currently continuously pump grout into the dam base. A September 2006 report by the United States Army Corps of Engineers noted, “In terms of internal erosion potential of the foundation, Mosul Dam is the most dangerous dam in the world.” The report further outlined a worst-case scenario, in which a sudden collapse of the dam would flood Mosul under 65 feet (20 m) of water and Baghdad, a city of 7 million, to 15 feet (5 m), with an estimated death toll of 500,000.[9] A report on 30 October 2007 by the US Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) said that the dam’s foundations could give way at any moment.[10]”

 

Did you notice that the dam captures snow melt from Turkey, which is home to Mount Ararat, where Noah’s ark came to rest?

Did you notice that word “Ninawah”?  That’s because on the opposite side of the Tigris river from Mosul, is the ancient city of Ninevah, and today Mosul is considered by Iraqi’s as part of Nineveh: (From Wikipedia):

Mosul (Arabic: الموصلal-Mawṣil; North Mesopotamian Arabic: el-Mōṣul; Syriac: ܢܝܢܘܐ Nînwe; Kurdish: Mûsil/Nînewe; Turkmen: Musul) is a city in northern Iraq and the capital of the Nineveh Province, some 400 km (250 mi) northwest of Baghdad. The original city stands on the west bank of the Tigris River, opposite the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh on the east bank – The city is also a historic center for the Nestorian Christianity of the Assyrians, containing the tombs of several Old Testament prophets such as Jonah.”

And here is where Nimrod comes in:

“It is mentioned in Biblical references that Nineveh was founded by Nimrod, son of Cush.[8]

In approximately 850 BC, King Ashurnasirpal II of Assyria chose the city of Nimrud as his capital, 30 kilometres from present day Mosul. In approximately 700 BC, King Sennacherib made Nineveh the new capital of Assyria. The mound of Kuyunjik in Mosul is the site of the palaces of King Sennacherib and his grandson Ashurbanipal, who established the Library of Ashurbanipal.

Mosul later succeeded Nineveh as the Tigris bridgehead of the road that linked Syria and Anatolia with the Median Empire“.

Note that Nimrud is an alternative spelling for Nimrod:  “Nimrud (Arabic: كال‎) is the later Arab name for the ancient Assyrian city of Kalhu located south of Mosul on the river Tigris in northern Mesopotamia. Archeologists called the city Nimrud after the Biblical Nimrod, a legendary hunting hero (cf. Genesis 10:11-12, Micah 5:6, and 1Chronicles 1:10). The city was known as Calah (Kalakh) in the Bible.

So, in effect, We, the United States, are bombing a dam that could kill 500,000 people in an hour, in the ancient site of Nineveh, one of the chief cities built by Nimrod, of which the ancient city of Nimrud served as King Ashurnasirpal II’s capitol. This action is being taken despite the fact that this type of mission is exactly what the special forces of the U.S. (i.e, Navy Seals, etc) were set up for, and would not place the dam in danger since the “terrorists” would be taken out without prior knowledge.  Note that this city is located on the river Tigris, one of the river’s mentioned in the Garden of Eden, and the exact location that Nimrod circuited in his quest to create civilizations (or control of people) when he built the tower of Babel, itself a monument of his war against God (see my other posts of Nimrod to fully explore this)  Are we, the US, attempting to trigger a cataclysmic event of Bibilical significance to usher in some new leader that would trace it’s roots all the way back to the first AntiChrist, who is none other than Nimrod?

This is why the awareness of Nimrod as the first Antichrist is so important to Christians and others alike, so we are not deceived in the coming days.

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