The Weepiong For Tammuz

April 5, 2009 10:08am CST
I am going to tell you a story, So don't get mad, it's just for your information, I am not telling you that you have to change any of your beliefs. I started over three thousand years ago. A great egg feel from the sky and landed in the river Euphrates, Fish pushed the egg to the shore where doves set on the egg and hatched it. Out of the egg came Astarte, also called Ishtar, the mesopotamian equivalent of the roman goddess Venus. If you were to see a picture of Astarte you would definitely recognize her. She had a son... His name was Tammuz. The Roman Adonis, or the egyptian Osiris. Tammuz was killed and his body torn apart, And for forty days Astarte searched for his body, This was called the weeping for Tammuz, in Rome it was the weeping for bacchus ( the laminated one) Read Ezekiel 8:14, Then he brought me to the door of the gate of Yahweh's house which was toward the north; and see, there sat the women weeping for Tammuz. The tearing in pieces of Nebros, "the spotted one," goes to confirm the conclusion, that the death of Bacchus, even as the death of Osiris, represented the death of Nebrod, whom, under the very name of "The Spotted one," the Babylonians worshiped. Though we do not find any account of Mysteries observed in Greece in memory of Orion, the giant and mighty hunter celebrated by Homer, under that name, yet he was represented symbolically as having died in a similar way to that in which Osiris died, and as having then been translated to heaven. So what does any of this have to do with anything? This all started thousands of years ago with a person mentioned only once in the bible, his name was Nimrod. This is where Easter, Christmas and all the mystery religions began, long ago in Sumer, Acchad, and Babel. Like I stated, just FYI, Enjoy
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@Anne18 (11036)
5 Apr 09
I like to write, stories, poems journels etc and I liked reading your story very much. Thank you very much for finding the time to type it for us all to read. I hope to read loads more of your writings on here, very soon.
5 Apr 09
Thank you for taking the time to read and comment.
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