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Modern Babylonians - Feb 28,2014

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Ishtar, Babylonian fertility goddess, which has, since Nimrod and Babylon, been celebrated as Easter (bunny rabbit, Easter eggs). Adopted by Constantine to make the state religion popular with pagans. Wo unto you ye Christians, for the Lord hath seen of your delicacies, your whores, your fine linens, silver and gold and the souls of men. Christianity, therefore, is a pagan religion which is an abomination in the sight of Israel's God and is to be smitten and destroyed by the mighty one of Jacob, for killing the prophets Joseph and Hyrum. The four beasts of Daniel 7, representing the four successive world powers, took the religious rites and ceremonies from each preceding kingdom as it fell, so that Babylonian traditions continued through the ages. Rome, the final kingdom, in the form of modern Christianity, still clings to these pagan traditions today. Feminism, for instance can be traced back to this ancient "mother goddess worship"  of Ishtar or Easter.