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Old 23-10-2009, 05:46 PM   #256
mysticmolly
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Originally Posted by rapunzel View Post
There never was a goddess called Semiramis. Nimrod is a figure from Hebrew mythology and there was no Babylonian Mystery religion. Get your facts right and do your research instead of just parrotting other people's misguided ideas. Have you been reading His-slop?
SEMIRAMIS THE QUEEN OF HEAVEN AND THE MOTHER OF GOD NIMROD

SEMIRAMIS -
"Queen of Heaven"
"Mother of god"

"Semiramis became known
as the "queen of heaven,"
and was the prototype
from which all other pagan
goddesses came."
--World Religions
by David Terrell

"Semiramis, in particular
was the model and original
of every goddess and
female cult figure in the
ancient and modern worlds."
--SEMIRAMIS,
QUEEN OF BABYLON
by Bryce Self
Madonna and Child

"Nimrod and his mother (Semiramis)
became the chief entities of worship
as a Madonna and child. This belief and
practice spread to Egypt, where the
names of the gods were Isis and Osiris.
The son Osiris was born December 25.
In Asia it was Cybele and Deonius.
In Rome they were called Fortuna and
Jupiter. Throughout the world we still find
the remnants of mother and child worship
to this day. It is no surprise that this same
system still exists at the end of the age.
It is called "Mystery Babylon" (Rev 17:5).
Shockingly, it is disguised as Christianity
and is still practiced in the celebration
of Christmas."
--The Bible as History
by Werner Keller

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