NIMROD> the inventor of written words and the study of Astrology is the African SON OF  CUSH , Grandson OF Ham and Great grandson Of Noah, and was born on December 25 .  The battle of man against beast was hot and fearful, but in the midst of it, Nimrod, son of Cush, appeared as the ‘knight in shining armor’. A “mighty hunter,” Nimrod delivered the people from the fear of beasts. From Babylon the worship of mother/son spread across the whole earth.:

Fox News host Megyn Kelly offered no concessions to critics of her ‘white Santa’ comments earlier this week, instead condemning the ‘knee-jerk instinct by so many to race-bait and to assume the worst in people.’ 


In Egypt there is Isis and Horus; in India, Isi and Iward; in Asia, Cybele and Deorius; in ancient Rome, Fortuna and Jupiter; and in Greece, Ceres/Irene and Plutus.

Christmas being the “birthday” of “Jesus” has its origins in the Babylonian.  In order to secure her reign as Queen of Babylon after Nimrod’s death, Semiramis had to devise a way of keeping the “Spirit of Nimrod” alive.  She had already deified Nimrod as Baal the Sungod but needed Nimrod to return to the people.  Semiramis consulted her astrologers who told her that the sun “dies” on December 21st (the shortest day of the year) but then it begins to come back to life again on the eve of December 24th as the days begin to grow longer.

The first to build a Tower [known as the Tower of babylon] to study the stars, using astrology as her guide, Semiramis became pregnant on around March 25th (9 months from December 25th), and then she concocted a legend for the Babylonian people telling them that on December 21st, Nimrod dies each year, but then on December 25th Nimrod is “born-again” as the “sun-god” or “Ba’al.” Hence, on December 25th the “sun-god” is celebrated around the world with many different names.

Semiramis told the Babylonians that she had become the goddess of the moon and the sky and that Nimrod was being “reincarnated” in her womb as “Ba’al” the sun-god on December 25th. She told the Babylonians that Nimrod impregnated her with the “rays of the sun” supernaturally and Nimrod “re-incarnated” himself as her new son Tammuz on December 25th.

Her new son was named Tammuz according to Ezekiel 8:14 or generically he was called “Ba’al” (which means Lord or husband). Each year on Tammuz’s birthday on December 25th, the pagans were ordered by Semiramis to go into the groves (forests) and placed a gift on a tree to honor Nimrod who was “cut down” like a tree. They were also ordered to cut down an everygreen tree, take it into their homes and decorate it with silver and gold balls to symbolize Nimrod’s testicles.

Trees and branches became symbols of Nimrod because Nimrod was “cut down” by Shem, the son of Noah who placed a bounty hunt on his life. The book of Jasher tells us that it was Esau (the son of Jacob) who actually killed Nimrod. Hence, a tree stump became a place of honoring him, as the scriptures speak of the pagans going into the “groves” or the forest and cutting down a tree, decorating it, and propping it up so that it will not totter.” —

 After Nimrod’s death, his wife, Semiramis, propagated the survival of Nimrod as a spirit being. She claimed a full-grown evergreen tree sprang overnight from a dead tree stump, which symbolized the springing forth unto new life of the dead Nimrod. On each anniversary of his birth, she claimed, Nimrod would visit the evergreen tree and leave gifts upon it. December 25th, was the birthday of Nimrod. This is the real origin of the Christmas tree.” 

Christmas Tree:

There After “Traditionally, a yule log was burned in the fireplace on Christmas Eve and during the night as the log’s embers died, there appeared in the room, as if by magic, a Christmas tree surrounded by gifts. The yule log represented the sun-god Nimrod and the Christmas tree represented himself resurrected as his own son Tammuz.”

Santa Clause :

The actual identity of “Santa Clause” is Nimrod himself and the X-mas Tree is a memorial to him.  We see Nimrod in a long white beard clearly pictured with a “Christmas Tree” and even a reindeer as early as 2000 BC, yes TWO THOUSAND YEARS before “Christianity” was ever created:


On April 10, 2003, in a television address, President Bush acknowledged that the Iraqi people are”the heirs of a great civilization that contributes to all humanity.”[4.]

Only two days later, under the complacent eyes of the U.S. Army, the Iraqis would begin to lose that heritage in a swirl of looting and burning.  – 

I Timothy 6:1-10, “Godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having food and clothing let us be therewith content. But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition. For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”

In archaeological circles, Iraq is known as”the cradle of civilization,” with a record of culture going back more than 7,000 years. William R. Polk, the founder of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Chicago, says,”It was there, in what the Greeks called Mesopotamia, that life as we know it today began: there people first began to speculate on philosophy and religion, developed concepts of international trade, made ideas of beauty into tangible forms, and, above all developed the skill of writing.”[2] No other places in the Bible except for Israel have more history and prophecy associated with them than Babylonia, Shinar (Sumer), and Mesopotamia — different names for the territory that the British around the time of World War I began to call”Iraq,” using the old Arab term for the lands of the former Turkish enclave of Mesopotamia (in Greek:”between the [Tigris and Eurphrates] rivers”).[3] Most of the early books of Genesis are set in Iraq (see, for instance, Genesis 10:10, 11:31; also Daniel 1-4; II Kings 24).

The best-known of the civilizations that make up Iraq’s cultural heritage are the Sumerians, Akkadians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Chaldeans, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Parthians, Sassanids, and Muslims. – See more at:

The US occupation damages ancient sites at

Babylon Imperialism and cultural vandalism in Iraq 

US-led occupation forces in Iraq inflicted widespread damage and severe contamination to the remains of the ancient city of Babylon, ignoring protests by archaeologists, US and Polish forces used the world-renowned site as a military depot for years. 

“There are a number of bases which are still too close to ancient sites,” Mr Palumbo revealed. “There’s one near Ur and another near Kirkuk. Both are American, I believe. It’s impossible to know what damage is being done.”

“I have seen pictures of Bronze Age sites, dating back to 3000-4000BC, which march from horizon to horizon. They are uninvestigated as far as we know. There are tell sites [mounds of accumulated detritus from previous settlements] which look like moonscapes of hills. They have Arab cemeteries on the surface, then you dig down to pre-bronze age occupation. All sorts of cultural artefacts are disappearing – decorated pottery, sculptures and cuneiform tablets. Iraq was the cradle of western civilisation.”

One British archaeologist who has been to Iraq within the past year is John Curtis at the British Museum. He reported on the damage done to the Babylon site by US helicopters and vehicles.