Saturday, May 21, 2011

The Woman Who Fell to Earth

There was a man, a mighty man, a hunter who built a tower that reached up to heaven. Behind this

man was a woman and what kind of woman was she? Who was she in myth and legend and what part

did she play in antiquity? What part does she play today as the world rushes headlong into the beast?

I will tell you this story from the myths around the world to our present day culture and you will begin

to realize that all these myths are connected and I will show you how they are connected and whom they are connected to throughout history.

We may or may not be familiar with the scripture; Matthew 24:37-39 so if you are not; it goes like this: (AENT)
And as in the days of Nukh (Noah), thus will be the coming of the Son of Man. 38. For as they were

before the deluge, eating and drinking and taking women and giving them in marriage to men up to the

 day that Nukh entered into the ark, 39. And they did not know until the deluge came and took them all, thus will be the coming of the Son of Man.

Now, Noah lived 950 years and he lived through the building and destruction of the Tower of Babel.

He was preserved along with 7 of his family from the deluge because Noah was pure in his

generations which means he and his family somehow avoided the infraction of the Fallen Angels who

saw that the daughters of Adam were fair and took wives from whom they chose. There was a great

deal of debauchery as these women gave birth to Nephilim which happened to be very large with large

 appetites for human flesh and blood as will be evidenced as I go further into world history. You see,

there were giants on the Earth in those days (pre deluge) and also after. The question of how they got

to be there after has plagued many with a seemingly unsolvable riddle. If you dig into the other

keepers of history of the history of Babylon and who built that tower of Babel and who and what he was and was married to; the riddle becomes a little more solvable.

The first troublesome thing that happened after the deluge was an incident with Noah drinking too

much wine and passing out in a stupor naked. Then his son Ham saw him naked and when Noah awoke he knew what his son had done unto him. Genesis 9 :20-29

Noah then cursed the generations of Ham meaning his grandchildren for what Ham had done. There is

 nothing more specific written than that so we need to begin to follow some clues as to the geography

of the grand son's settlements, and who begat whom and where they ended up. Now Ham had a son named Cush and Cush begat Nimrod who went on to be a rebel as the name implies, and built the

tower of Babel. However he did have a woman in his life his wife; Queen Semiramus and after the

tower of Babel is destroyed and God confounds their language it becomes an interesting journey gathering the pieces of who Nimrod and Semiramus were in all the lands.

Rob Skiba; writer, researcher wrote a blog a little while ago about the language being confounded and

Nimrod being known by other names in other cultures. Rob's blog is; www.seedtheseries.com/blog
This got me thinking if Nimrod was known by other names than so was his wife. This has led me to

find some incredible things which I am going to share with you in this blog. The clue for me was

Nimrod and Semiramus's son, Tammuz as I remembered that name from my old days in the "New

Age". Because of that bread crumb and Rob's blog I've stumbled upon something very fascinating.

Something I had come to understand from other researchers had never ever happened. There was one

more clue in Zechariah chapter 5, and in the reliefs found on walls in ancient Babylon, Nineveh,

Sumer, Caanan, Amara, and Philistia and from there the dots connected so fast the picture pixelated in my mind like a Pixar film complete with color and a sound track.

You see if Nimrod, Gilgamesh, and Osiris are one in the same then they all have had contact with the

same woman; Mystery Babylon, Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth. The Queen of

Heaven; Inanna, Ishtar, Isis, Astarte, Demeter and in all the mythologies these women are Annunaki,

Anakiem, Anak, Raphaim, Fallen Angels. Yes, a female Fallen Angel! I believe we may now have a

clue to how the grandson of Ham, Nimrod allowed the pollution into the bloodline again, only this

time from a Female Fallen One and not a male as is suggested in Genesis 6 when the Sons of God

came down unto the daughters of men....and bore children unto them, these same became the mighty men of old, men of renown.

Fallen Angels, Annunaki seem to have a "thing" about androgyny and have often been known to

change sexes in different myths and legends. It still doesn't explain what Ham did to Noah, but some

 of Ham's sons also settled Sodom and Gomorrah, and Ham may well have been in contact with these

 Annunaki before he "saw Noah naked" and he was looking for some DNA. This is entirely

speculation but something so heinous had occured that only that the generations of Ham would be

cursed and Noah awoke and knew what his son had done unto him are all we are told in scripture.

There are only a couple of possibilities in my mind that you would notice after waking from a stupor.

As I get to the next section we will examine the connections between Semiramus, Inanna, Ishtar and Isis and let the anthropology and historians tell the tale.

Here is an image of Inanna also known as Ishtar and also has been linked to Lilith demon from the Hebrew that comes to men in their sleep and torments them sexually and also kills babies.

If you compare this image of Inanna/Ishtar to Zechariah 5:5 "The Woman and the Ephah"

5 Then the angel that talked with me went forth, and said unto me, Lift up now thine eyes, and see

what is this that goeth forth. 6. And I said, This is an ephah that goeth forth. He said moreover, This is

their resemblance through all the earth. 7.  And behold, there was lifted up a talent of lead: and this is

a woman that sitteth in the midst of the ephah.  8.  And he said, This is wickedness. And he cast it into

the midst of the ephah; and he cast the weight of lead upon the mouth thereof. 9. Then lifted I up mine

eyes, and looked, and, behold, there came out two women, and the wind was in their wings; for they

had wings like the wings of a stork: and they lifted up the ephah between the earth and the heaven. 10. Then said I to the angel that talked with me, Whither do these bear the ephah? 11. And he said unto

me, To build it a house in the land of Shinar: and it shall be established, and set there upon her own base. (KJV)

Now these two women have wings as storks and what they are bearing; the ephah is full of wickedness

 and is headed for the land of Shinar and set there upon her own base. The picture I have there of

Inanna bears a resemblance to these two women since these two women look alike, are we being told

that this is Inanna/Ishtar? Two storks carrying wickedness are actually one representation of two

godesses? Who are interchangeable one with the other Inanna came first and was the older name and

then Ishtar took over where Inanna left off but they are indeed one in the same. They definitely set up a temple for wickedness. The temples for some reason, had no roofs the research that R. A. Coombes

had done regarding ancient and future Babylon tells us that the reason there were no roofs is because

the goddess was 60 to 70 feet tall! She is said in many accounts of her story that she stood on the

backs of lionesses and had a whole team of them that she traveled around on. There have been footprints of Ishtar found in ancient Babylonian ruins that have footprints of the goddess and they are

almost 5 feet in legth! That certainly makes bigfoot look like a mini creature!

http://www.promiseofhiscoming.com/babylon.htm

You might want to check out the links I've provided and in the next segment I am going to trace each

one of Ham's son's to the regions they settled in and what went on in those places. This will be to see

if there are clues to why Ham's generation was cursed and how it was cursed, and what we find in their lineage as far as "giantism" and how that Fallen Angel DNA mixed once again post deluge.

Now that we have found a Female Fallen Angel, this could get very intriguing!


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2 comments:

  1. I was just reading this morning about the “great prostitute” Babylon the great, in Revelation 17, who dwells in the wilderness, rides a scarlet beast, and is blood-drunk. Even John marvels over this woman, though the angel asks him why he marvels, and informs John that she is carried, or supported (as a mistress would be) by the beast and its crew. This is the “bride” of Satan! Interestingly though, it says that her benefactors see her for what she is and despise her – they burn her with fire. The beast hates his own bride! The true Bride is spotless, and it seems the beast turns on his own bride because he compares his city, which has become a haunt for every detestable entity, with the Bride of Christ, which descends out of heaven from God as the New Jerusalem in Revelation 21. In her there is nothing unclean, and the saints each receive the Name of the Lamb on their foreheads, and along with that will see God's face! Obviously, the two cities, or brides, are opposites. It's interesting however that the Beast despises his, and it would seem to be because she is a prostitute, and no virgin queen at all. It's almost as if for a moment, the Beast and his crew realize their glory is a farce, and their bride is just a whore dressed up in scarlet and purple. She is therefore nothing to marvel over! cdz

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  2. @Christopher She is a supposed bride of Christ, not Satan. Spiritually speaking she is the apostate church, the Roman Catholic institution and her daughters the denominations. But she is also a literal city, more than one actually according to Jeremiah 51. There is a statue of her in New York Harbor. It is America that will be burned by fire.

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