Easter is a tradition celebrated by Christianity and is used to remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, it is my belief that the holiday was born in ancient Babylon under the wicked ruler Nimrod’s wife, Semiramis. It was later adopted by the church in order to woo those who worshiped in the mystery schools over to the Christian religion. The Easter tradition encompasses those same customs celebrated in ancient Babylon today.
“Ishtar”, which is pronounced “Eastre” is the day commemorating the resurrection of the pagan god “Tammuz”, who was believed to be the only begotten son of the moon-goddess Semiramis (aka Isis, Ishtar, Eastre ) and the sun-god Nimrod (aka Amraphel, Osiris, Thor, Baal, Molech).
The origins of Easter can be traced back to the pagan celebration known as “the resurrection of Tammuz”, or the reincarnation of Nimrod. The story is told that when Nimrod died and had his body torn into pieces by his brother, his wife Semiramis reanimated his private parts (Phallus of Osiris) one last time and became impregnated with an immaculate conception of new son Tammuz, Nimrod reborn. It has absolutely nothing to do with Christ’s resurrection.
According Babylonian legend, Tammuz (son of Nimrod) was born on December 25th. This is also the reason Christians celebrate the birth of Christ on this same date, this way the church did not alienate current traditions and could still be appealing to those who celebrated the old customs. See in the Bible, it is not said when Jesus was born because he was being hunted by king Herod and it is a fact historians are actually not certain when Jesus was born either.
Leading up to Easter we’re saturated in symbolism and tradition. Everything from rabbits laying eggs to traditions like the Easter egg hunt. These all stem from ancient Babylon “mystery religion” and related traditions.
The rabbit is also a well documented symbol of fertility which I believe represents Ishtar, or Easter who was known as the “Goddess of fertility”.
The egg is also an ancient Babylonian symbol for fertility, symbolizing the moon-goddess Semiramis. Ancient Babylonians believed a huge egg fell from heaven into the Euphrates River, and out of that egg hatched Semiramis (Eastre). The egg eventually grew to symbolize the goddess “Eastre” in Babylon, which is also where the name Easter comes from.
It should be noted that having Holy days associated with fictitious characters like the Easter Bunny or Santa Klaus intimately affects a child’s viewpoint on God. They were lied to about 2 of their most beloved heroes being real and now they’re suppose to believe in an omnipotent being in the sky they can not see.
Edward Stevens (1895-1966) wrote that “Lent, Easter and Christmas are of Babylonian origins.”, published in his piece “Easter and Christmas paganism 2000 B.C. to date“.
Easter lands on the calendar immediately after the observance of the forty days of lent.
According to Babylonian legend, when Tammuz was slain by a wild boar, Semiramis wept and grieved with her followers for 40 days. Through the grieving of Semiramis, Tammuz sprang back to life in the spring on Easter as vegetation.
This tradition was even documented in the old Testament of the Holy Bible:
“Then he brought me to the door of the gate of the Lord’s house which was toward the north; and, behold, there sat a women weeping for Tammuz.” (Ezekiel)
This Babylonian tradition was deceitfully Christianized by the Roman Empire as Lent.
William Cooper in his Mystery Babylon Series had this to say about Easter
Today we have expressions when someone dies. We say things like, “They passed”or “They Passed On” or “They Passed Away.” The ancients said “ They Passed Over ” (from one life to another). [Over what? Over the river.] And so it was with the coming of spring, as God’s Sun is “Resurrected” from the Death of Winter to His New Life (in spring). This is why Christians celebrate “The Resurrection” with a Sun-Rise service at…“Easter”…and the Jews, who knew [this ancient religion from their time in captivity in Babylon] celebrate the same with their. . .“Passover.”
The traditions of modern-day Christianity have become just another form of ancient Babylonian “mystery religion” and have been perverted intentionally by leaders and those adepts in the high degrees of secret societies to further the cause of Nimrods “great plan”.
That is why believers today line up to worship the “sun” of god on Sunday instead of the “Son” of God on Saturday. Nimrod was the first recorded “sun” god. When Nimrod died, his wife and mother Semiramis ordered everyone to worship the “sun” in remembrance of Nimrod on the day of the week we now call Sunday. That is also why he wore a crown on his head signifying the Sun and resembling his power to his people. That is also why every king thereafter to this day wears a crown and is often displayed as a sun disc.
It is also important to mention that when the whore of Babylon Semiramis passed away that Babylonians were instructed to worship the moon on “moonday” or Monday. This is where the pop icon of the “Lady on the moon” derived from. It was re-popularized by my hometown Miller Brewing company as well. The statue of Liberty literally represents Semiramis, the “whore of Babylon” and was given to us by the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
33rd degree Freemason and member of the Illuminati, Albert Pike is credited as being the authority on the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for perfecting the rituals used to this very day by adepts in the highest degrees of the mystery schools. Just about every member received a copy of Pike’s book “Morals & Dogma” at one time in the occult. He also is the only confederate general to have an honorable burial at the House of the Temple, headquarters of the Southern Jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite to further show his significance.
The obelisk is also symbolism for the penis of Osiris, or Nimrod and a is always located near a body of water or a reflective surface. This way the reflection of the moon and obelisk at peak hours touch and even today you can watch the reflection of Semiramis and Nimrod have sex and give birth to the New Babylon to this very day. Two of these obelisks come to mind right away. The George Washington Monument and the one at the Vatican.
Nimrods son Tammuz is considered the God of Mesopotamia and even one of the Assyrian’s summer months is named after him which is July.
Another interesting fact is from Good Friday at noon to Sunday’s resurrection it is only 48 hours, but yet churches teach it took 3 days for Christ to become resurrected.