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Baby Tammuz in the Manger

Wednesday, December 25, 2013 16:34
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The purpose of this post today is to call attention to the great charade in which billions of people seem compelled to particpate every year on December 25. If you take nothing else away from this blog, please take away this idea:

 

Human beings will never be free of our shackles of Babylonian Debt Servitude until all of the Babylonian traditions are cast aside.

 

Pictured here is a typical Christmas scene of the iconic Bethlehem landmark known as the Church of the Nativity. Church Of The Nativity Bethlehem Wikipedia Commons PhotoNow, what you might not have known is that this church was built on top of the ancient site of a shrine devoted to the Assyrian-Babylonian god, Tammuz. Why is this significant? And what does that have to do with the world’s current debt disaster?

 

It is significant because one of the most revered rites of ancient Babylon was composed of two semi-annual rituals, one associated with the Summer Solstice and the other associated with the Winter Solstice.

 

The Summer rite happens to be mentioned once in the Bible, at Ezekiel 8:14-15. We see a vision of the women of Jerusalem “weeping over the god Tammuz.” This incurred the indignation of their own God with whom they were supposed to be “married” by covenant.

 

The Winter rite is the one that billions of people engaged in today, the Winter Solstice’s “rejoicing over the birth of Tammuz.” Oh, yes, they were told that they were rejoicing over the birth of Jesus. But that would be silly since Jesus’s birth took place in the month of October

 

Conversely, today’s celebration is a perpetuation of the very well known rite of the birth of Tammuz. The Roman Catholic hierarchy were fully aware of the true purpose of this holiday because their own elite clergy is comprised of the scholarly descendants of those ancient Mesopotamian Jews who fused their old traditions with those of their Babylonian captors and out popped the Roman Catholic Church. (Reference: scroll down to “Jewish Community In Rome“)

 

When one honors the birth of Tammuz, one is perpetuating the greatest tool of social power that the Babylonian Empire has handed to today’s modern global banksters on a literal silver platter: the secret metaphor on which the basis of Slavery-By-Debt is established worldwide.

 

You see, the annual “birth” and “death” rites of Tammuz represent the annual re-enactment of the typical Birth-Death-Rebirth metaphor that is found in just about every religious system you can think of, including “non-Christian” religions like Hinduism and Buddhism.

 

Author Joseph P. Farrell has recently published a book all about this “topological metaphor.” I will shamelessly promote it here (however I earn nothing from this; it’s just a really good book!) Its title is the “Financial Vipers of Venice.”

 

You will need to peruse the whole book to understand what is being revealed about the metaphysical basis of Money, Credit, and Debt Slavery. Please allow me to direct your attention to one item on page 189. But first, imagine how the metaphor of Birth-Death-Rebirth easily could be applied to the cycle of Compound Interest that one pays on a loan. The principal keeps “giving birth” to more debt the longer you keep making payments on it. Even a rocket scientist can figure out that the $17 Trillion National Debt in the United States is a product of just such a never-ending cycle.

 

Joseph P. Farrell says:

“This, briefly put, is how the Metaphor can come to be, by analogy to coinage, interpreted as a Metaphor of perpetual indebtedness…. To the Venetians, ever mindful of their bullion and money, [the] prospect of a genuinely open system [of money and finance] was in itself anathema …. unless, of course, they controlled it.”

 

So, dear reader, weep away if you like at the post-Xmas credit card bills that will shortly arrive in your mailbox. However, if you are one of the billions of people who participated in today’s rite of the rebirth of Tammuz, you really have only yourself to blame. This ritual will never go away so long as the majority of people continue to adore their Babylonian rites.

 

If you are interested, there is a way for you to take your stand and “get out of Babylon the Great.” The link below this paragraph can be your first step.


 

To see the Bible’s encouragement on how to “Take Your Stand for True Worship” and the origin of holidays like Christmas, please examine Chapter 16 of the Bible study aid What Does the Bible Really Teach? available here to read, or listen to, online.

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