Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The Ancient Origins of the Six Pointed Star




Originally pagan, the six pointed star (hexigram), was used by the ancient Druids and astrologers, and later used in Ba'al, Moloch worship in the ancient Akkadian Empire (ca. 2334–2154 BC) and became known as the Seal of Shulmanu (Solomon)





The Great Temple of "King Solomon" (Shulmanu I) or Shalmaneser I king of Assyria. (ca.1274–1245 BC) was one of the first Assyrian kings who was known to deport his defeated enemies to various lands rather than simply slaughtering them all.

He conquered the whole country from Taidu to Irridu, from Mount Kashiar to Eluhat, and from the fortresses of Sudu and Harranu to Carchemish on the Euphrates. He built palaces at Assur and Nineveh, restored the "World Temple" at Baalbek, and founded the city of Nimrud.

The Assyrians themselves cultivated such mysteries concerning one of the greatest Temples and wonders of the ancient world in the great mystery work the Testament of Solomon (also known as the Lesser Keys of Solomon). "Freemasonry"

Around 1159 BCE a particularly savage meteorite swarm associated with the migration of a comet the Greeks called Phaethon devastated the lands across the Levant up through the Anatolian region and down south as far as Arabia.

The subsequent, dust and “nuclear winter” effect caused mass crop failures and starvation across the whole east of the ancient world causing the simultaneous collapse of the Hittite Kingdom and the Assyrian Kingdoms.

The horrors from heaven forced old demonic gods to the fore and relegated the old gods such as Baal, to less importance for a time. Throughout the Levant, Moloch grew in popularity as people sacrificed children and each other to the demon god of fire.

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