Nimrod

In every ancient culture, we find the horn symbol used to deify rulers and monarchs. The founder of Babylon, Pelus, or sometimes referred to as Belus, or Pel, or Bel, or even Baal, “the confounder of language”, and the “scatterer abroad” who was no other than Cush, the father of Nimrod, was actually deified and given a crown of Horns. His son, Nimrod, also known as Queen Shamiram’s husband, and later is reincarnated as Ninos, sometimes referred to as Tammuz, was said to have been the actual father of the Gods, and we see him as being the first of deified mortals wearing the horned crown reserved for rulers of divine nature…

From the Assyrian History website “Speak Assyria”

USF-I_Logo

Read Nimrod Part 34 to find out what this patch represents…

Washington’s Monument, symbol of Nimrod in the U.S. Capitol

Obelisk (A symbol of the Sun God Ra, or Nimrod) at the Israeli Supreme Court

Obelisk (A symbol of the Sun God Ra, or Nimrod) at the Israeli Supreme Court

Pope faces Egyptian Obelisk (or Sun Ray, phallus) which is the symbol of Nimrod

The Millennium Spire, Dublin Ireland. also called the

The Millennium Spire, Dublin Ireland. also called the “Monument of Light”

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USAF Aviator wings

Entrance to Washington's Monument showing winged sun disk with serpents (A symbol for Nimrod / Satan)

Entrance to Washington’s Monument showing Solar Winged Disc and serpents, symbol of Satan/Nimrod

Dagon (Nimrod) and the Pope wear the same fish head as a mitre.

Spiraling, serpentine columns. in St Peters Cathedral, Vatican.

Solar rays, symbol of Nimrod carried by the Pope

Vulcan statue, Birmingham Alabama (Vulcan is a derivation of Nimrod)

Helios (the sun god Nimrod) Column in London, England

Helios (the sun god Nimrod) Column in London, England

Semiramis the prostitute consort of Nimrod, mother of all pagan godesses, and Statue of Liberty (in actuality Semiramis)

Venus Statue, London, which is Semiramis, holding the forbidden fruit in her right hand.

Venus Statue, London, which is Semiramis, holding the forbidden fruit in her right hand.

The historical ruins in Kommagene (the thrones of the Gods and Godesses), in the Kurdish city Semsour, showing Nimrod in his Tower of Babel headdress

The historical ruins in Kommagene (the thrones of the Gods and Godesses), in the Kurdish city Semsour, showing Nimrod in his Tower of Babel headdress

Semiramis, statue in Texas

Nimrod Part 34: United States Forces Iraq

The 25 Days of Xmas Part 9: The pagan origins

Nimrod Part 33: Where the royal crown originates

The 25 Days of Xmas Part 8: Xmas Carols

The 25 Days of Xmas part 7: Deck the Halls!

25 Days of Xmas Part 6: Saturnalia, Mistletoe and Holly

The 25 Days of Xmas Part 5: Does Xmas honor Jesus?

The 25 Days of Xmas Part 4: Yule Log

The 25 Days of Xmas Part 3: The Xmas tree

The 25 Days of Xmas Part 2

The 25 Days of XMAS Part 1

Nimrod Part 32: The god of this world vs the God of the Universe

Nimrod Part 31: TALOS

Nimrod Part 30: Mount Sinjar, Yazidi and Noah…

Nimrod Part 29: Mosul, Nineveh and the Dam

Nimrod Part 28: Semiramis (From “Know your Enemy Series”)

Nimrod Part 27: The Yazidi rescue Part 1 – Who are they?

Nimrod Part 26a: The Serpent

Passing through the fire…

Nimrod Part 25b: Christmas (part 2)

Nimrod Part 25: Christmas (Part 1)

Nimrod Part 24: Katy Perry 2014 Grammy’s

Nimrod Part 23: The Chair of St Peter

Nimrod Part 22: The Book of Jasher

Nimrod Part 21: The Armenian Histories and Nimrod

Nimrod Part 20: Why does the IRS need guns?

Nimrod Part 19: Masonry Dissected 1730

Nimrod Part 18: Mysterious Ways, or the origins of Mother Earth worship

Nimrod Part 17: The transit of Venus and the Queen of Heaven

Nimrod Part 16: The Statue of Liberty, and the Freemasons

Nimrod part 15: Lent and Tammuz the Solar god…

Nimrod Part 14: Nimrod, Semiramis, and the Catholic Church as the Babylonian Mystery Religion

Nimrod Part 13: Semiramis and the Catholic Church

Nimrod Part 12: Architect of the Capitol

Nimrod part 11: The two pillars and the monolith

Nimrod part 10: The Book of Rolls

Nimrod Part 9: The real meaning of Ash Wednesday and Lent

Nimrod Part 8: Nimrod as giant and Teraphim

Nimrod part 7: Freemasonry view of Nimrod

Nimrod part 6: From Ginsburg’s Legends of the Jew’s

Nimrod Part 5: From the works of Flavius Josephus

Nimrod Part 4: Perseus as Nimrod

Nimrod #3

Nimrod #2

Nimrod #1


The Wall Street Bull, a symbol of Nimrod

“Worshippers” praying at the symbol of Nimrod, the Wall Street Bull in NY

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