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Part II: The Trinity Unveiled-The Origins of Sun Worship

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Classical antiquity statue of Roman god Apollo, and the god-man Marsyas.


by Joseph Earnest  February 10, 2013


Newscast Media HOUSTON, TexasThe ancient kingdom of Cush (Kush) that is also known as Ethiopia, was founded by Nimrod's father Cush, who was the son of Ham. Noah's three sons were: Shem, Ham and Japheth. Ham was dark-skinned and begot Cush (Ethiopia), Mizraim (Egypt), Put (Libya) and Canaan (Hittites, Jebusites, Amorites, Perezites and every "ite" you can name. Canaanites were involved in pagan worship. Because Canaan was cursed, it does not exist today as a nation.

Cush (Ethiopia) settled in East Africa around the great lakes since to the North were Egypt and Libya (Put). It would have to have been along the River Nile in order for Cush's civilization to flourish. When people think of Ethiopia, they think of the country next to Somalia at the Horn of Africa.  However, today's Ethiopia is not the biblical and historical Cush.

The current Ethiopia was referred to as "Abyssinia", and it co-existed with the biblical Ethiopia whose geographic location was East Africa stretching all the way down to South Africa. West Africa at the time was known as Soudan (Sudan) while the North was referred to as Zaara from where we get Sahara Desert.

God refers to Ethiopians as "my worshipers" and "my scattered people." God then identifies their geographic location in Zephaniah 3:10 as being around (Cush) in East Africa (where the River Nile originates), and beyond to the southern part of the continent.

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If God were referring to the North, He would have said, "From beyond the rivers of Egypt..."

Northern Africa was inhabited by Moors, Tuaregs and Berbers, while Egypt and Cush were inhabited by Egyptians and Cushites, all of whom were Black.  The present-day people in Egypt are not the original pyramid-building Egyptians, rather, they are Turks who settled in Egypt after the Muslim invasion.  When the Ottoman Empire continued to expand, the native blacks were driven farther South as Arabs flooded Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and the rest of North Africa. Below is an ancient map of Africa:

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The descendants of Cush settled in the area around East Africa because farther South the continent was empty since repopulation was just taking place after the flood. The River Nile also originates in East Africa so it would have been an ideal area for a civilization to flourish. The historical Cush/Ethiopia comprised: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, all the way down to South Africa.  Abyssinia (which was renamed Ethiopia) can be seen North of Ethiopia right below Egypt.


Since Cush settled in East Africa, we can now deduce that Nimrod the son of Cush was born there too, however, because the bible refers to him as a "heroic warrior" and the "greatest hunter on earth" we can see how Nimrod ended up in Babylonia. He traveled North following the Nile, but he could not settle in Egypt because it might have resulted in conflict with his relatives, so he crossed over and went to what is now Iraq and built his first kingdom.  It was there that he became a one-world ruler and was worshipped as a god-man and later the sun god.


*Click here to view or download the evolution of Cush/Ethiopia. (pop-up)


Nimrod's Egyptian relatives, named that same sun god Ra, while the Mesopotamians, Akkadians, and Assyrians referred to him as Shamash. The Canaanites would name him Baal which means master or lord, since he ruled over them.  They then developed a religion called "Canaanite Baalism" which involves human sacrifice, together with drinking human blood and eating human flesh. Some believe that is where the word cannibalism originates. Baal is also referred to as Moloch or Molech.


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The Book of Judges chapter three verse seven and eight shows how Baal worship was detested by God. It also talks about Asherah (the same as Astarte, Ashtoreth who was the moon goddess also known as the Queen of Heaven. Egyptians worship her as Isis).


As we continue to lay the background for the argument about Christians stealing their beliefs from pagans, we also see that sun worship involves human sacrifice and orgies as described earlier. This is verified by the prophet Jeremiah 32:34-35

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Defiling the temple involved participating in orgies, drinking human blood and eating human flesh.  This practice continues to our present time, particularly around Halloween.  When you see posters of missing children hanging at post offices, chances are the children were abducted to be offered as human sacrifices by Luciferians and Satanists, to their split-hoofed master.  


In the New Testament, before Stephen is stoned to death, he rebukes his accusers for worshipping the the star-god Molech or Saturn in Acts 7:43.


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Baal and Molech or Moloch are the same gods.  Rephan or Remphan represents the star-god Saturn or Moloch.  It is the same star that Luciferians and witches use to call demons forth from hell or to cast a hex on people.


After Nimrod's death the moon goddess Semiramis/Isis claimed to have been miraculously impregnated by sun rays and had a child.  That child, she claimed, was the reincarnation of Nimrod.  It was then that the image of a Madonna and Child became popular among pagans and Luciferians, including sun worship. Continue to Part III to learn more about the image of the Virgin and Child. Is it of pagan origin?>>


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PART I: The Trinity Unveiled - Pagan Origin or Biblically Sound

PART III: The Trinity Unveiled - Pagan Origin or Biblically Sound

PART IV: The Trinity Unveiled - Pagan Origin or Biblically Sound

PART V: The Trinity Unveiled - Pagan Origin or Biblically Sound 







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