Nimrod married the beautiful Semiramis who was either a prostitute or a madam. Some legends indicate she was both Nimrod’s mother and wife. In a power struggle at Babylon, which was the world’s first one world government, one world economic system and one world religion, Semiramis murdered the powerful Nimrod. It appears Nimrod was far more than an ordinary man, he apparently was a Nephilim. The Nephilim was the hybrid race that were produced when fallen angels (B’nai Elohim) had sexual relations with human women. This act of interspecies breeding, which was forbidden by God, produced a race of supermen who were called the “mighty men of old,” or the Nephilim.
All of the ancient mystery or occult-based religions began at Babylon. Semiramis murdered her husband Nimrod, and to conceal this murder from the population of Babylon she told them that Nimrod had ascended into the heavens and become the sun-god Ra, who was to be worshipped. However, after Nimrod’s death, Semiramis became pregnant because she was carrying on an illicit affair. To conceal her affair, she told the people that she became supernaturally pregnant. Semiramis claimed she became pregnant by using a phallic symbol upon herself. This began the countless architectural phallic symbols and womb symbols that have been built around the world, including Cleopatra’s Needle in Manhattan, New York.
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