The story of Nimrod is pretty simple to understand. A man in the beginning claiming power over other people. It’s a easy concept, the real twist starts with the woman. This woman who comes into this picture is Semiramis. Semiramis was first the wife of Cush. She was the mother of Nimrod.  She claimed to be divinely born. After Cush lost power, in order to stay in power she did the unthinkable, and married her son, Nimrod. After Nimrod was defeated, she found a way to stay in power.

Shortly after Nimrod was killed, she became pregnant. She told the people it was the spirit of Nimrod that impregnated her. Her having a “virgin” birth from the spirit of Nimrod. Semiramis slept with no man and was impregnated by Nimrod’s “spirit”. Nimrod was now a father and Semiramis was the mother. This is the start and beginning of Father & Mother god worship. It is the primary driver of polytheism, but most people never make the actual connection.

Semiramis was able to convince Nimrod’s followers, that her son was the fulfillment of God’s prophecy in Genesis 3:15 (KJV).

And I will put enmity Between you and the woman, And between your seed and her Seed; He shall bruise your head, And you shall bruise His heel.”

The people believing that her son would be the savior to defeat the serpent. Reality being it was the actual serpent that they’d be worshipping. She managed to convince her follwers Nimrod did not die, but he ascended to the sun. She claimed it was the rays of the sun-god Nimrod that caused her to conceive. He was now to be worshipped now as “Baal”, the sun-god.

She made her self a goddess claiming that she was divinely created. She was in fact the moon goddess. She had them believe she came down to the earth from the moon in a giant moon egg that fell into the Euphrates River. 
 The Queen of Babylon, Semiramis became known as the moon goddess, “Ishtar” which is pronounced “Easter”, and her moon egg became known as “Ishtar’s” egg.”

The son’s name was Tammuz. When he was killed by a wild pig, Semiramis, now Ishtar said he ascended to the sun like his father and now are a union. They are now father, son, and spirit. This is satan’s unholy trinity. After Nimrod, Semiramis continued on with their worship & sacrifices, but because of Shem, and their constant defeat by God, they changed their approach. What was once done out in the open, would now be done in secret. All practices driven from Cush & Nimrod stemming from the channeling of spirits would now be done in the dark. It would now become a mystery. Only completely revealed to those worthy.

These figures were now gods. The Sun and Moon God. This mystery religion spread through the many different cultures and was only challenged by the Israelites, who claimed they were in communication and chosen by the One True God. The battle of monotheism versus polytheism was fully in effect. Nimrod, Semiramis, and Tammuz were immortalized and worshipped. Their names being different, but underlying point of the story is clear.

The ultimate goal is rebellion against God. To defeat Him and have the world worship “Baal” as the father, Mother God “Ishtar” will again have a virgin birth from Baal, birthing their savior, Baal reborn. To bring about their rule and dominion again on earth. It’s the same story over and over. Regardless of the name of the god, the story and prophecy is the same. This is the ultimate goal and main deception of Satan.

Now you must understand there are plenty that worship satan as a god already, knowing completely in whom they serve. But there is a majority that worship these 3 gods, through other names. This needs to be understood that they are in actuality worshipping satan through deception. Many of today’s practices and traditions are centered around this deception. You now have a base foundation for stronger understanding and connections



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  • Teresa Cummins

    I have no comment at this point..I have to do as you always request that we study this information on our own…which so far as enlightened my awareness to the Truth.. since I am older I see the layers of false doctrine I must overcome.In the time being very critical..I must spend much time in the Bible and prayer and your Website is a blessing…i thank God for you and this ministry

  • Samuel Tarley

    Dear Gail, the original Hebrew-Aramaic name for Jesus was Yeshua. “Yeshua”, when translated to Greek, was written as “Iesous” (Because the Greek alphabet had no proper “Y” sound, the letters “Ie” were used and the sound “ous” was used to represent the -ua at the end of his name). “Yeshua” in Greek is “Iesous”. Now, Latin transliterated this name as “Yesous” and in English the “Y” was substituted with “J” to make “Jesus”. “Christ” comes from the Greek “Kristos”, which means “Savior”. So “Jesus” is came in English through Latin which came through Greek which came through Hebrew.

    Also, the “Zeus” and “Jesus connection is a rather lazy claim, I’ve heard it many times. If you know Greek, you know that Zeus and Jesus have completely different spellings AND pronunciations. They neither read the same nor sound the same. Zeus in Greek= Ζευς. Jesus in Greek= Ιησούς. Just because they both end with an “S” doesn’t mean they are connected. “John” and “Jones” are not the same just because they spell slightly similar. Also, Jesus’ name in Hebrew (Yeshua) is יֵשׁוּעַ and Zeus is זאוס. Different spellings, different sounds.

    You say people need to “wake up”. Now, think of this: you say Jesus’ name is a moniker for the antichrist. Therefore you stand against the King James Version (KJV) Bible that is the standard English translation of God’s Word. Now, if you as a Christian (or Qodeshim) believe that God’s Word is incorruptible, you must assume that the authors of the Bible (scholars of Hebrew, Syriac, Latin and Greek)had the knowledge and discernment to provide a translation for the English language. Yeshua’s name in English is Jesus. It’s in the KJV Bible. So if you stand against the Bible, I have nothing else to say except that you do your own research and pray for wisdom from God.

    Apart from your lack of knowledge in Hebrew and Greek, I agree with everything else you have to say (Sabbath included). Although the Trinity is proven in the Bible, just saying. You would know this if you studied the Hebrew texts or talked to some of the other members of We worship One God, who is in Three. Three separate individuals, but not three separate persons. I know that’s complicated, but that’s God’s beauty.

    Anyways, have a good day. Read the Bible, please, instead of relying on your own discernment. You’ll find enough answers, and you won’t be wasting your time blaspheming the Messiah, Yeshua HaMaschiach (Iesous Kristos, Jesus Christ).God bless.

  • Gail

    All true with one additional bit of info. The letter J is approx 500 yrs old. The true Messiah had a Hebrew name and there is authority in this name. The Father has a name too. Scripture says that those who call upon the Father’s name shall be saved. We who believe should at least know their names for the very reason stated in this study. The Greeks gave the Messiah the name JESUS which sounds an awful lot like their mighty one Zeus – je Zeus….Jesus. Christians many who believe in the unscriptural trinity doctrine are waiting on the return of JESUS the son of the Father (god). Could it possibly be that the return of JESUS be the antichrist and will in fact deceive billions of people who through false Christian teachings (false good news) eg “the commands are done away with and JESUS has done it all for us” and who worship on a counterfeit day (not the true Shabbat) to a counterfeit Messiah (JESUS) who does not go by the correct Name of the true Messiah – the Son of the Creator of heaven and earth. Time to wake up.

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