Genesis 10:8-12 “And Cush begat Nimrod (we shall rebel): he began to be a mighty one in the earth. (The words state that Nimrod ‘began’ H2490 חָלַל chalal (chaw-lal’) v. (properly) to bore. to begin (as if by an “opening wedge”). To defile. This indicates that there was a process by which Nimrod could traverse the natural and become a Nephilim.)
9 He was a mighty hunter (eager to take prey and set snares) before the LORD: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD.
10 And the beginning of his kingdom was Babel (to confuse or mix), and Erech (to lengthen, prolong or live with), and Accad (to subtly strengthen), and Calneh (fortress of Anu), in the land of Shinar.
11 Out of that land went forth Asshur, and builded Nineveh (abode of Ninus, fish goddess), and the city Rehoboth (avenue or path), and Calah (completion and strength), (Asshur is simply the Assyrian name for Nimrod; Nimrod being a Babylonian name.)
12 And Resen (bridle control) between Nineveh and Calah: the same is a great city.
Consider this: Anu, the Sumerian god known as “Lord of the Constellations, Spirits and Demons” [i.e. Satan] was said to have fathered more than 50 different gods and goddesses of the ancient world. These ancient names of Enlil, Naama, Ishtar and so on, would become the gods and goddesses of the Greeks and Romans.
Zeus, Apollos, Diana, Minerva, Mithras are all the exact same demons with Roman names. Likewise, Nimrod and his wife Sameramis, are both known by 70 different names, each of the 70 languages, just by that languages name.
So reading these verses back, right to left as the Hebrews write, we can see it was Nimrods goal to: “Bridle or control mankind completely with his path to the home and fortress of Anu by subtly strengthening a prolonged mixing or confusion of religion.”
We can see this in the influence that Constantine (Mithras- Roman name for Nimrod) introduced and still prevails today. The fact that Rome boasts to be the “Mother” of all the Churches begs the question:
Which of the 45,000 Protestant religions are a part of the mixing and confusing? Or is it part of the 21,000 sects of Judaism? Or the innumerable caliphates of Islam? Or the mind-numbing number of cults, mystics and pagans? Who is mixing and confusing the “church”?
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