Who is the anti-christ? Some refuse to believe in his existence, and I respect you for that, though I pray for you.
Where to begin?! For I know the world is against us and I am but a pawn trying to save as many people as possible. I'm not here to cram Jesus down
your throat, but am instead hopping to win you over at your own freewill... Freewill and pre-destined are entertwined. From the beginning you are
Predestined to be the bride of the Most High God. You are his other half. Made in the spitting image of Him. Satan introduced free-will through the
knowledge of good and evil. But just because you have freewill, doesn't mean God's predestination for your life will not follow through. If you
follow in God's path of righteousness, you will be saved. Many people fail to understand the nature of their freewill vs the God destined path to
As a bride of God, you will either be reunited with the most High, or you will be sepperated from him. In Revelations it says to the sinner
"depart from me, for I know you not."
Let's move on to the nitty gritty which several of you requested. I follow mainly the New Testament as the inerrable word of God, but believe the Old
Testament (forgive me God if I'm wrong) might have slight corruptions due to the invading forces of the time. This may include introduction of
Babylonian mystery religion. But anyay, Jesus and the New Testament are the only authority in this time. The new testament is the inerrable word of
God for our times! Furthermore, I use other non-biblical sources to verify what God has revealed to me! Keep in mind, other sources may have some
truth but also be twisted!
In the folllowing, you will find Biblical, Persian, Sumerian, Assyrian, and Armenian traditions.
Nimrod. Scourge of God? And anti-christ in the beginning? What did Nimrod do? As an ordinary man, he was supposedly taken to the heavens to learn all
the secrets of heaven and earth, and becoming a Giborim. One can't help but wonder, if Nimrod boarded some type of spacecraft in which he was turned
into Satan's flesh and blood. In the Sumerian King's list Nimrod has firmly been identified with Enmerkar.
Enmerkars father is listed as Mesh-kiang-gasher, who mysteriously entered the sea and disappeared. Now, moving on to other beings who were said to be
half-fish, half-man called apkallu's, these would come from the sea to "help" mankind. At first Apkallu's were not humanlike in form at all. But
eventually they nailed the human form. Now I wonder when refering to "sea" in wich these horrific beings came from actually mean the primordial
water of heaven (outer space). Nimrod/Enmerkars mortal father can't be Mesh-kiang-gasher, because in history most precisely recorded by the Persians,
his father is listed as Merdas, who Nimrod later murdered by digging 7 pits for him to fall in. Thus becoming the first murderer of a king. Nimrod
became king of all Arabia at this point, second to Jamshid (of Persian sources).
Now in Persia, Nimrod was called Zahhak or Dahag, who was a vassal to the good king Jamshid.
Now Zahhak was a handsome man of weak character, and he was easily influenced by evil councilors (demons?) Zahhak took on all blessings of Ahriman
(satan) just a the Good King Jamshidi begain to lose his royal auras of divine kingship due to turning arrogant towards Ahura Mazda (Yahweh) and his
people. Discontent with Jam's rule, many people rose up against Jam led by Zahhak. Seeing his was in the utmost danger, Jam fled halfway across the
world to hide from Zahhak. After years of hunting the Good King, Zahhak found Jamshid holed up in Balhk. A siege was prepared as the walls seemed
Side note! Balhk is said to be where Zoroaster reformed religion in the right direction. Zoroaster DIED within the walls of Bahlk during it's
battle!!! I believe Zoroaster was indeed Jamshid or one of his priests. Upon capture of Balhk, Zahhak fittingly had Jamshid sawed in half.
Moving On: Attack of Aratta From the Perspective of Sumer
I want to point out, that not only are the Persian record keepers meticulus in maintaining accuracy, Sumerians, though not quite as accurate as their
counter-parts, do tend to embelish with fantasy.
As mentioned in this thread, Enmerkar is Nimrod. Thus stories have luckily been preserved in his battle with Aratta, who refuses to submit to
Enmerkar. After a envoy is sent to Arrata demanding building materials for a temple (sound familiar?) Jamshid shrugs it off. The two opposing sides
summon their armies, but the damage text seems to end with a victorious Enmerkar clothed in Lion Skins.
Lets jump back however slightly, to the seige of Aratta in Sumerian texts. One of Enmerkars generals, Lugalbanda, is expeditioning with Enmerkar in
the highlands against Aratta. As fate falls upon him, he becomes deathly sick and his comrades leave him in a mountain cave to die or recover, with
some food provisions. He recovers, though if my memory servers me right he is blinded in both eyes, now. Upon building back his strength, meets
Inanna, the future wife of Enmerkar. Lugalbanda .s to Aratta with double-tripple speed and reaches the gates of Bahlk as Enmerkar's army is trying
to overcome the cities resistance. Upon bringing Innana (otherwise know as Semiramis 1st), she immediately notices a weak spot on the walls of Balhk.
Overlooking the walls of the city presumably was a natural high spot / rocky cliff. Semiramis took the bravest of her men and climbed the rock wall to
overcome the city gates. After realizing the fall of the walls the defenders fled or surrendered. As for the king, Jamshid, was sawn in half by
Zahhak. (From Diodorus Siculus's account) Thus began the darkest of ages.
Lord Zahhak was his name now, as he thought of himself as a God. He proceeded to conquer , destroy, and impose tyrany upon his people. He had many,
many names, probably one for each city. Plus Nimrod seen himself as a reguvenating figure, or what word am I looking for, oh yes! Nimrod was a man who
reforms to ravage the world. Which is why his body will be ressurected (presumably through science). He WILL ravage the world as an angel of light.
Towards the end of Zahhaks reign, he had a dream. 3 men were attacking him. The youngest knocked him down with a mace and dragged him off to a tall
mountain. This killer of Zahhak was Fereydun, decendant of Jamshidi.
There you have a Persian and Sumerian account, now let me explain the icing on the cake!
In Armenian legend Nimrod was a tyrant who made himself king and lord over all. Hayk, son of Torgom had enough of tyrany and migrated to the mountains
of Turkey/Armenia. Hayk brought with him an extended household of 300 people. Upon this area they founded a fortified area know as Haykashen, which is
still there today. Bel = Nimrod sent an envoy to demand Hayk return to Babel, but Hayk refused saying he'd rather die than to serve Nimrod. Kadmos
warned Hayk of Bel's approach so Hayk was able to set a trap in a valley of the approaching Zahhak.
An interesting coincidence between the Persian and Armenian sources is that Fereydun was warned by a black smith named "Kave" whereas Hayk was
warned by "Kadmos."
Bel and Hayk's forces meet in battle in a valley, where Hayk wouds Bel with an impossible shot. Hayk is abandoned by his army.
Looks like Part 3 is next