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NIMROD.. everyone needs to know about this guy.
Yes, you've posted a lot about him already EY.

He is basically the focal beginning point for the Easter Celebration.

And it's strange that most of us have dipped and dyed eggs without even knowing where the practice comes from.

You think most people would do it if they knew?
yes.. this ties into the COSMIC EGG.. which was one of the first creation stories.

the big bang theory.. also kind of plays along the same lines.
Ishtar = easter?

Is this a true Maxwell-ism?
Semiramis = Eostre, Ishtar, Isis, etc.

Hence, 'Eostre Egg' or 'Ishtar Egg'.

History and Mythology

Soon after the global flood, Nimrod, Noah's great grandson began to build the kingdom of Babylon. The civilization he started is known by historians as that of the "Chaldeans". Nimrod was elevated to god status by men and was worshiped as a chief deity. Beltis (Semiaramis, Ishtar, Easter) was the wife of Nimrod. Nimrod was ruler of Babylon when he tried to build a tower to heaven. After Nimrods death his wife claims he did not die but was ascended into heaven and was now the sun god.

Easter Eggs

According to the Jewish historian Josephus, Nimrod was punished for his rebellion by Shem, one of the sons of Noah. He cut Nimrod's body into many pieces and sent it to the surrounding people as a warning against idolatry. Nimrod's wife Semiramis, the Queen of Babylon, collected all the parts of his body except for his penis. After Nimrods death his wife claims he did not die but was ascended into heaven and was now the sun god. She, now being the wife of the sun had to make herself a goddess. She told everyone that she had ascended in to the heavens and had came back down in a giant egg and landed in the Euphrates River. She then proceeded to turn a bird into an egg laying rabbit. She proclaimed herself as the queen of heaven. Her egg became known as Ishtar's egg, or as we call it today "Easter egg".
Child Sacrifice

At Babel, when the language was confused the names of the gods changed but refer to the same "gods". Every year the priest of Easter would impregnate virgins on the alter of Easter. The next year those infants would be 3 months old. They would kill the infants and dye eggs in their blood. To this day, certain churches will only allow their eggs to be dyed one color… blood red. I’m sure they have no idea why or they fabricate something about being symbolic of new birth in the blood of Jesus. This practice is clearly a rehearsal of child sacrifice.

Mother and Child Worship

After Nimrods death, Semiramis becomes pregnant, she says by the rays of the sun. Her son was born on December 25. His name was Tammuz. He automatically became a god due to his conception being through the rays of the sun. His mother became known as the mother of god and mother child worship begins. Tammuz and his mother become not only mother and son but husband and wife. They rule the kingdom of Babylon together as gods. Tammuz was killed in a hunting accident by a wild boar. He was 40 years old. Hs wife mother tells everyone they are to mourn for him 40 days prior to the anniversary of his death. They are to give up meat during this time. It was one day for every year he lived. Now this holiday is called lent and done in the name of Jesus. And is said to be done in remembrance of his 40 days he was in the wilderness. Either way we are not suppose to learn the way of the heathen and say we are doing it for him it is an abomination.
It's completely laughable that Christians have embraced this Ancient Pagan fertility festival and tribute to Astarte/Estarte/Ishtar, Ostara celebration. Even the name Easter is obviously derived from the same root word. Yet, if you ask a christian that condones this, they will argue that it has a different meaning for christians, or they will deny that there is any connection at all.

Even the Hot Cross Buns are Pagan, it has nothing to do with the crucifixion.

This is what Lady Gaga was paying homage too at the Grammys


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^ lol.

It's JUST ENTERTAINMENT FOLKS
Some mo'fucker on the OG bought his daughter a bike for Easter. A bike!
(03-26-2013 06:52 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Ishtar = easter?

Is this a true Maxwell-ism?

I happen to think Maxwell is dead on with some of his linguistics , usually examples that can be verified by shcolary sources, but a hell of a lot of it are meaningless word games he gets carried away with-IMO
(03-26-2013 11:22 AM)Hiptosser Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-26-2013 06:52 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Ishtar = easter?

Is this a true Maxwell-ism?

I happen to think Maxwell is dead on with some of his linguistics , usually examples that can be verified by shcolary sources, but a hell of a lot of it are meaningless word games he gets carried away with-IMO


I have no doubt at all that the word Ishtar is where Easter came from. I don't think that Jordan was the first person to make this connection, its long been known by historians and students of comparative religion.


Easter Egg = Ishtar Egg

On a side note. This is also is where the word estrogen comes from.

Estarte/Astarte/Ishtar/Isis/Semiramus etc, etc, etc, are all the same entity.

Later the Roman Church would use the mother Goddess symbolism to represent their version of the same Goddess, Mary.


Isis is known as the Goddess with a thousand faces for good reason.

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The Goddess is the above stone carving was thought for centuries to have been of Lilith, the demonic first wife of Adam. Now, modern historians have revised that and claim that it is Ishtar.

If it really is Ishtar, I have to wonder why she appears to be tied to the wall against her consent.

I'm still going with it being Lilith.
(03-26-2013 12:50 PM)Redneck Wrote: [ -> ]The Goddess is the above stone carving was thought for centuries to have been of Lilith, the demonic first wife of Adam. Now, modern historians have revised that and claim that it is Ishtar.

If it really is Ishtar, I have to wonder why she appears to be tied to the wall against her consent.

I'm still going with it being Lilith.

Chaining sex goddess and holding her against her will makes sense to me!
A sex goddess who like to control sex could certainly be labeled as a demon in a male dominated desert religious tradition.
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