If you go to the home page of the United States Forces in Iraq (Link:  http://www.usf-iraq.com/), you will see a curious logo that they use in the upper left corner, I have blown it up here so you can see it clearer:

USF-I_Logo

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What is that creature in the middle?  Why, none other than a symbol of Nimrod, the lamassu.

The Lamassu is a winged creature with the head of a man, body of a bulL, and wings of an eagle, representing the twelve signs of the Zodiac, and were also a symbol of Nimrod.  In fact, these appear prominently in the city named in his honor, Nimrud  The horned cap it wears is symbolic of the tower of Babel.

Not to be outdone, Britain also used a similar patch:

British 10th Army patch

British 10th Army patch

Note also the crossed swords,  “X is the symbol of the sun god” (ref:  The open Scroll)

And that curious star which has seven points is called a Septagram, and is the “seven-pointed star of the Knight Templars in France…”.  Or if you prefer, the star also “…is a symbol of the number 7, is ruled by Jupiter, and may be associated with both the Faerie path of Wicca, Blue path of Wicca, and the Otherkin subculture. It is occasionally linked with Kabbalistic teachings and also with High Magick as a Seal of Jupiter ( contributed to the symbol Greater and Lesser Keys of Solomon as the Sigilum Dei Aemeth). This particular seal is used to conjure and control and dismiss spirits. It is a particularly powerful tool in the practice of necromancy, protection, and exorcism but may be used for other things as well. … (ref:  “Occult Symbols Explained:  The Septagram“)

Jupiter is a symbol of Satan, and of course, his manifestation on Earth, Nimrod.

So, WHY does the United States military adopt a Satanic seal for their forces fighting in the very area of ancient Nimrod?

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