viernes, 22 de noviembre de 2013

Who do we exalt in Christmas the Lord Jesus of Semiramis?

Apostle Dr. Gabriel Sánchez Velázquez and his son Juan Daniel
"But we will certainly do whatever has gone out of our own mouth, to           burn incense to THE QUEEN OF HEAVEN and pour our drink offerings to her, as we have done, we and our fathers, our kings and our princes, in the           cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem. For then we had plenty of food, were well-off, and saw no trouble."
  Jeremiah 44:17

Among the pagan people, in the Roman Empire in the days that Jesus was born there was the "mother goddess with a child in her arms", but how did this goddess arrive to all people?


Since the days of the dispersion of mankind at Babel, the people jealously guarded the image of Semiramis with Tammuz in her arms. Genesis 10:8-9 says: "Cush begat Nimrod; he began to be a mighty one on the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord, therefore it is said, 'Like Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord'."
Here the words mighty one is translated from the Hebrew term GIBOR, which means TIRANT. The name Nimrod means REBELLION, and the expression "mighty hunter before the Lord", in the original Hebrew really means "MIGHTY HUNTER AGAINST THE LORD".
Semiramis was the wife of Nimrod. History tells us that Nimrod started the Babylonian religious system in which he was the object of worship and power.
At Nimrod's death, his wife Semiramis extended this worship to her husband at the same time that she gave herself over to a licentious and depraved life. When Semiramis realized that she was pregnant (without really knowing who the father was) with the baby who she named Tammuz, she began to propagate that her son was the incarnation of his father Nimrod now that he was the sun god.
The previous shows us that Semiramis was an instrument in the hands of Satan, since she claimed for her son Tammuz a place of honor as the "god incarnate". Soon in Babylonia appeared an idol represented by a woman with a child in her arms.
Therefore, at the dispersion of mankind the central idol of Babylonian paganism was also dispersed: the goddess mother, queen of heaven with the incarnate baby in her arms.
Among the Chinese this goddess is called Shingmoo, or "holy mother," and is very important to observe that this goddess is represented with a child in her arms and rays of glory around her head, the same as the virgins of the Roman Catholic religion. Among the Germans this goddess is called Hertha, among the Scandinavians this goddess with a child in her arms is called Disa, among the Etruscans, Nutria, among the Hindus, Indrani, among the Greeks Aphrodite or Ceres, among the Sumerians Nammu, among the Romans, Venus or Fortuna and her son Jupiter, among the Aztecs of Mexico Tonantzin, the "Virgo Paritura" as the mother of God. For some time in India the goddess Isi, which means "great goddess" and her son Iswara were worshipped with great temples. In Asia the goddess was known as Cibeles and her son as Deoius.
In the book Strange Sects and Religious Cults on page 12, also mentioned in the book Babylonian Religious Mystery on page 21, says: “But not taking into account the name or place, she was the wife of Baal, the virgin-queen of heaven who gave fruit without having conceived”.
Even the people of Israel were not liberated from the Babylonian religious influence of the mother goddess. Judges 2:23 says: “They forsook the Lord and served Baal and the Ashtoreths.” This Ashtoreth goddess was called by the Israelites, QUEEN OF HEAVEN.   Jeremiah 44:17-19 describes how the people of God worshipped this goddess, which was followed by a strong reprimand of this apostasy which was the reason that destruction came on Jerusalem.
That admonition says:  “But we will certainly do whatever has gone out of our own mouth, to burn incense to the queen of heaven and pour out drink offerings to her, as we have done, we and our fathers, our kings and our princes, in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem. For then we had plenty of food, were well-off, and saw no trouble. But since we have stopped burning incense to the queen of heaven and pouring our drink offerings to her, we have lacked every thing and have been consumed by the sword and by famine. The women also said,  And when we burned incense to the queen of heaven and poured out drink offerings to her, did we make cakes for her, to worship her, and pour out drink offerings to her without our husbands’ permission?”
As the Israelites in the days of Jeremiah, the Roman-Catholics attribute to the queen of heaven all the favors of abundance and prosperity. These famous cakes which the Bible talks about here are the very popular hosts (wafers) that they give in the Roman mass, and are round as the sun is round and white as light because these cakes represent the god Tammuz. Where did the idol come from that is most used in the Roman-Catholic religion, consisting of a virgin lady with a child in her arms? Unquestionably from the ancient pagan religions where the QUEEN OF HEAVEN, was the principle goddess.
The ancient Rosary in Latin has a litany: “Mater inmaculata, ora pro novis, regina coelum, or pro novis” (Immaculate Mother pray for us, queen of heaven, pray for us).
In what part of the Bible does it affirm that Mary is the queen of heaven? In no verse of the Bible. Therefore, from where did the Roman-Catholic religion take such aberrant doctrine? FROM BABYLONIAN PAGANISM. Therefore the Roman-Catholic religion is Babylonian and not Christian.


Therefore, when Christianity appeared, the worship of the queen of heaven was at its height. Four centuries later the apostate leaders would come to supplant the true worship in spirit and truth that God demanded, for a coarse mixing of the Babylonian religion with some Christian elements. This is Roman Catholicism, a religious mixture.  It took the figure of the mother goddess with a child in her arms, and substituted the different names that different peoples had, and put the figure of Mary, with all the characteristics of the false goddess:
         1. It has to do with the mother of heaven.
         2. She is a mother goddess with a child in her arms.
         3. She has a crown with rays of glory on her head.
         4. She is always a virgin.
         5. Her son was born on December 25th and the anniversary of           this nativity must be celebrated.
         6. It must be celebrated as it always has been, with an evergreen tree,    presents, much liquor and abundant food.
    7. It must be the most important holiday of the year.
Back in the days of CONSTANTINE THE GREAT hundreds of thousands of pagans joined the church without an experience of conversion to Christ and a renouncing of false gods. It was only for convenience, since Constantine decreed tolerance towards Christianity and later prebends and privileges to the leadership of the Christians and the churches; therefore those pagans entered the church carrying their idols. And there was Semiramis with the baby in her arms.
But...THIS WAS NOT THE PROBLEM! Does not the Bible say that the Virgin Mary gave birth to her firstborn son? There it is. We confuse Semiramis with Mary and we exalt Mary as if she were Semiramis. We substitute Tammuz and celebrate Jesus. And so, little by little with the passing of time Mary was accepted by the pagans in substitution for Semiramis. Anyway, in the end it was the same image, with the same attributes and the same holidays,  and quickly the apostate leaders saw the celebration of Christmas as a great opportunity to exalt Semiramis. The central figure of Christmas is the Virgin, the "god child" is secondary.

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