Temple of BAAL – Part 12 – BAAL ARCH in Dubai

Next stop for the Arch of BAAL:
 Dubai, UAE, on Feb 12-14, 2017,

This is the main page of the WORLD GOVERNMENT SUMMIT!  It is all about BAAL WORSHIP, DO NOT KID YOURSELF!


 I was told this unveiling just happened to coincide with the WORLD GOVERNMENT SUMMIT… But, through my research, it appears to me that this was planned as a WORLD GOVERNMENT SUMMIT created by and for the Anti-Christians HAPPINESS their declared main topic. The erection of this particular  ARCH OF BAAL happened to coincide with:

VALENTINES/LUPERCALIA  Feb 14.  (human sacrifice)

NIRVANA DAY Feb 15 marks the passing of the historical Buddha, Shakyamuni Buddha (a.k.a. Siddhartha Gautama):“All GOOD THINGS COME TO AN END”

Tu BiShvat ,  New Year for Trees

Purim Katan  Minor Purim celebration during Adar I on leap years

Februalia was a month-long period of sacrifice and atonement, involving offerings to the gods, prayer, and sacrifices. If you were a wealthy Roman who didn’t have to go out and work, you could literally spend the entire month of February in prayer and meditation, atoning for your misdeeds during the other eleven months of the year.

The ancient Romans had a festival for just about everything, and honoring your family’s dead was no exception. The Parentalia festival was celebrated each year for a week, beginning on February 13. Originating in Etruscan practice, the celebration included private rituals held in the home to honor the ancestors, followed by a public festival.

The Parentalia was, unlike many other Roman celebrations, often a time of quiet, personal reflection rather than boisterous merrymaking.

During the Parentalia, which traditionally lasted seven days (although some sources place it at eight or nine), Romans suspended much of their regular businesses. Weddings were put on hold during that time, temples shut their doors to the public, and politicians and lawmakers postponed all business during the Parentalia.

On the final day of Parentalia, a public feast called the Feralia was held. Although little is known about the specific rituals of Feralia, Ovid writes:

Now ghostly spirits and the entombed dead wander,
Now the shadow feeds on the nourishment that’s offered.
But it only lasts till there are no more days in the month
Than the feet that my metres possess.
This day they call the Feralia because they bear
Offerings to the dead: the last day to propitiate the shades

FeThe Feralia was also a time to celebrate the god Jupiter, in his aspect as Iuppiter Feretrius, the subduer of enemies and oath-breakers

Dubai To Build Tower Of Babel For Weather Modification – Put The Baal Arch There Too!

“You Just Can’t Make This Stuff Up! What Are We Supposed To Do Just Roll Over And Die From This? UNREAL!! Remember That Old Term You Been Played? Now It’s You Been SPRAYED!!”    LINKS: http://www.vocativ.com/315209/uae-art… 


UAE Building a Mountain to Increase Rainfall


In the past twenty years, architecture and structural engineering has progressed so steeply that soaring skyscrapers have now become a staple feature in many of the world’s largest and wealthiest cities.

But there is an even loftier status that goes with boasting the tallest building in the world.

In March 1996 the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, overtook the Sears Tower’s record as the world’s Tallest office building. Stainless steel pinnacles 73.5 metres (241 ft) long placed atop the 88-storey towers brought their height to 451.9 metres (1,482 ft 8 in). Then, in 2003, Taiwan’s Taipei 101 (also known as the Taipei Financial Centre) took the title at a huge 508 metres (1,666 ft). Just one year later, construction on the Burj Khalifa began.

It was to form part of a new 2 km2 (490-acre) flagship development called Downtown Dubai at the ‘First Interchange’, near Dubai’s main business district in the UAE.

Burj Khalifa portrait

The towering property was developed by Emaar Properties and the architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, headed up by renowned American architect, Adrian Smith.

Reaching a breath-taking 828 m (2,716 ft 6 in) into the sky, this new skyscraper would soon be described as a ‘vertical city’ and become an icon of the modern world.

Design and construction

“We’re born with a challenge. A challenge to prove to ourselves first, and to the world, ‘Yes we can’,” said Mr Ahmed Al Falasi, Executive Director of Burj Khalifa, when describing his initial inspiration for erecting the tower.

All over the globe, people were asking whether it was even possible to construct a building that high – and that was when the Burj was designed to be ‘just’ 518 metres tall, 10 metres taller than the Taipei.

It actually grew by a whopping 310 metres during the design process – aproximately the height of the Eiffel Tower in France.

Construction began on 21 September 2004, with the exterior of the structure completed on 1 October 2009.

The taller a building is the greater the effects of weather, but the neo-Futurist-style Burj Khalifa was designed with a complex Y-shaped cross section to reduce the effect of wind.

Burj Khalifa – World’s Tallest Building – Guinness World Records


Nakheel Tower was a proposed hyper-tall skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The building was once intended to become the world’s first building higher than one kilometers.

Nakheel Tower

It was to be named “The Pinnacle” and rise from the centre of a canal on the trunk of the island. The height was to be 750 m (2,460 ft)

Former names Al Burj
General information
Status Never built
Type residential / hotel / office
Location DubaiUnited Arab Emirates
Coordinates 25°03′16″N 55°07′53″E
Construction started 2008
Completed cancelled in 2009
Cost over $38 billion
Architectural 1,000 m (3,281 ft)+
Technical details
Floor count 200
Floor area 900,000 m² / 9,687,519 ft²
Lifts/elevators 156

Nakheel Tower (Arabicبُرْجُ ٱلنَّخِيلِ) was a planned skyscraper on hold in DubaiUnited Arab Emirates by developer Nakheel.[2] The project was previously called Al Burj (Arabicٱلْبُرْجُ “The Tower“).[3]

In January 2009, it was announced that the project was put on hold due to financial problems caused by the Great Recession.[4][5] As a result of the Dubai World 2009 debt standstill, Nakheel Group’s financial problems increased considerably and the tower was consequently cancelled in December 2009.[6]

Nakheel was in talks with several potential contractors, including South Korea‘s Samsung C&T (who also built Burj Khalifa), Japanese Shimizu Corporation and Australian GroconWSP was Lead Consultant for the structure, heading a consortium that included LERA of New York and VDM of Australia, and working with architects Woods Bagot.[7]


The tower was proposed in 2003 as the centrepiece of Palm Jumeirah, one of the world’s largest man-made islands. It was to be named “The Pinnacle” and rise from the centre of a canal on the trunk of the island. The height was to be 750 m (2,460 ft) and the building was to consist of 120 floors of luxury apartments. It was replaced by the Trump International Hotel and Tower and moved to the Dubai Waterfront. Although ground leveling and land reclamation had begun on the Dubai Waterfront, construction of the tower never started because of the proximity to the Al Maktoum International Airport.[8]

Dubai aims to top its own world’s tallest tower

With its world’s tallest building nearing completion, Dubai said Sunday it is embarking on an even more ambitious skyscraper.
Emirates Nakheel Harbour & Tower

Businessmen look at a model of the Nakheel Harbour & Tower project,  in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Sunday.Kamran Jebreili / AP

With its world’s tallest building nearing completion, Dubai said Sunday it is embarking on an even more ambitious skyscraper: one that will soar the length of more than 10 American football fields.

That’s about two-thirds of a mile or the height of more than three of New York’s Chrysler Buildings stacked end-to-end.

Babel had nothing on this place.

“This is unbelievably groundbreaking design,” Chief Executive Chris O’Donnell said during a briefing at the company’s sales center, not far from the proposed site. “This still takes my breath away.”

The tower, which will take more than a decade to complete, will be the centerpiece of a sprawling development state-owned builder Nakheel plans to create in the rapidly growing “New Dubai” section of the city. Foundation work has already begun, O’Donnell said.

Will feature a manmade inland harbor
The area is located between two of the city’s artificial palm-shaped islands, which Nakheel also built. The project will include a manmade inland harbor and 40 additional towers up to 90 floors high.

About 150 elevators will carry residents and workers to the Nakheel Tower’s more than 200 floors, the company said. The building will be composed of four separate towers joined at various levels and centered on an open atrium.

“It does show a lot of confidence in this environment” of worldwide credit problems and a souring global economy, said Marios Maratheftis, Standard Chartered Bank’s Dubai-based regional head of research.

As part of government-run conglomerate Dubai World, Nakheel has played a major role in creating modern-day Dubai, a city that has blossomed from a tiny Persian Gulf fishing and pearling village into a major business and tourism hub in a matter of decades.

Besides the growing archipelago of man-made islands for which it is best known, Nakheel is responsible for a number of the city’s malls, hotels and hundreds of apartment buildings.

The company said the new project is inspired by Islamic design and draws inspiration from sites such as the Alhambra in Spain and the harbor of Alexandria in Egypt.

“There is nothing like it in Dubai,” said Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Nakheel’s chairman.

Already home to world’s tallest building
Perhaps not quite. But Dubai is already home to the world’s tallest building, even if it remains unfinished.

That skyscraper, the Burj Dubai, or Dubai Tower in Arabic, is being built by Nakheel’s chief competitor, Emaar Properties.

Emaar has kept the final height of the silvery steel-and-glass tower a closely guarded secret, saying only that it stood at a “new record height” of 2,257 feet at the start of last month. It’s due to be finished next September.

The final height of Nakheel’s proposed tower is likewise a secret, as is the price tag. The company would only say it will be more than a kilometer (3,281 feet) tall.

O’Donnell said he was confident that Nakheel could pay for the project despite the financial troubles roiling the world’s economy.

He also brushed aside concerns by some analysts that Dubai’s property market is becoming overheated and due for a potentially sharp correction.

“In Dubai, demand outstrips supply,” he said. “There might be a slowdown, but there definitely won’t be a crash.”


Arch of Ba’al Is New World Order’s Model for “Temple of Darkness” in Jerusalem, Believes Rabbi

“Thus he said: ‘The fourth beast shall be a fourth kingdom upon earth, which shall be diverse from all the kingdoms, and shall devour the whole earth, and shall tread it down, and break it in pieces.’” Daniel 7:23 (The Israel Bible™)

In February, the arch was assembled again as the centerpiece for the World Government Summit in Dubai, an international meeting of global leaders to discuss policy. “Dubai is working towards establishing a world government, as seen by their hosting the summit” the rabbi claimed. “But the nature of their intentions is obvious just from looking at the city. Unlike any other city in the world, all the buildings in Dubai are triangular, patterned after the pyramids in Egypt.”

Dubai Skyline (Photo by Imre Solt via Wikimedia Commons)
3D Printed Palmyra Arch Honored for Engaging the Public with Research

In 2015, the University of OxfordHarvard University, and Dubai’s Museum of the Future came together to form the Institute for Digital Archaeology (IDA) and begin an inspirational project to preserve history and cultural heritage in the Middle East, passing out 3D cameras to citizens in ISIS war zones so they could document at-risk ancient artifacts and buildings before they were destroyed during the fighting or by vandals. Now, a 3D printed replica of one of these buildings has received a prestigious award.

The Million Image Database Project, under the partnership of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the IDA, and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), was too late to capture images of the Temple of Bel in Palmyra, Syria before it was obliterated by ISIS – only the entrance archway was left. But, together with the Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) and using two-dimensional images to make 3D renderings of the temple, the IDA 3D printed and assembled a replica of the historic arch, which was unveiled in London’s Trafalgar Square last year.

The replica of the Arch of Triumph went on a worldwide tour, ending up next in the City Hall Plaza in New York City and the World Government Summit in Dubai, with a fourth stop in Italy, during this Summer’s G7 Summit.

The 3D Printed replica of Palymyra’s Arch of Triumph, created by the Dubai Future Foundation.

At the 2016 installation of the 3D printed arch replica in London, Syria’s Director of Antiquities Maamoun Abdulkarim said, “It is a message of raising awareness in the world. We have common heritage. Our heritage is universal – it is not just for Syrian people.”

(If you watch the video, first of all you witness the pageantry connected with the Arch.  More importantly, I hear them talking about how the ARCH has traveled to MANY places already.  Over 25,000 miles the President of IDA states.   I really would like to know how many places it has been, that we have not heard about.  I have seen photos of it in my searches, in places, I did not recognize, when I clicked on their original location the language was foreign, and suddenly my computer froze and when it came back up, the photo was no longer available.  hmmm  What is with all the secrecy??)

The 11-ton, 20-foot-tall replica is about two-thirds the size of the original monument, made with original images, 3D technology, and Egyptian marble. According to His Excellency Abdullah bin Touq, DFF’s Acting CEO, the decision to unveil the Arch replica at the G7 Summit highlighted the UAE’s and the DFF’s role in helping to preserve the world’s ancient heritage.

It’s now been announced that the 3D printed replica, intended to immortalize the fallen gateway to the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, has won a prestigious University of Oxford award, known as the Public Engagement with Research Award, sponsored by the university’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson.

[Image: GDN Online]

The international award promotes community participation and scientific research and includes the Projects, Building Capacity, and Early Career Researcher categories.

[Image: CBC News]

“This initiative is a direct implementation of the UAE leadership’s forward-thinking vision, which calls for utilizing the technologies of the future to preserve our region’s ancient heritage. Receiving Oxford University’s Public Engagement with Research Award demonstrates the global recognition of our success with the Palmyra Arch of Triumph replica. It is an acknowledgment of the soundness of DFF’s Dubai Future Agenda. The Foundation is a trailblazer when it comes to tapping cutting-edge technologies to preserve human and cultural heritage for future generations,” said bin Touq.

“The Palmyra Arch of Triumph project is the result of hard work and an effective global partnership. It is an incentive for us to carry on with our mission, alongside strategic partners from around the world who share our vision for the future. This, in turn, serves to cement Dubai’s status as a global hub for the future industry and an example for the world to follow in utilizing technologies to find effective solutions to challenges.”


UAE Inaugurates Digital Archaeology Exhibition at the UN Headquarters, Unveils New 3D-Printed Monument

The UAE has officially inaugurated the Digital Archaeology Exhibition “The Spirit in the Stone” in the United Nations’ headquarters in New York City. The pioneering initiative saw the Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) partner up with the Permanent Mission of Italy to the United Nations and the Institute of Digital Archaeology at the University of Oxford.

The project seeks to preserve the cultural heritage and archaeological sites of the region – especially those threatened with destruction or vandalism – by documenting them and then replicating them using 3D-printing technology. At the inauguration event, the Foundation unveiled a newly created, with 3D technology, replica of the rare Statue of Athena, which joins the replica of Palmyra’s historic Arch of Triumph, the gateway to the ancient Syrian city that was destroyed by ISIS terrorists.

Roger Michel, IDA Founder and Executive Director said: “As the preeminent global symbol of international cooperation indeed, itself an iconic monument to peace, the United Nations is the perfect place to unveil our latest collaboration with the Dubai Future Foundation, a reconstruction of Palmyra’s famous Statue of Athena. For thousands of years, Athena was synonymous with reason, refuge and the rule of law all of the same values on which that historic institution was built. Like the Triumphal Arch before it, which has traveled the world and been visited by more than six million people, destroyed by extremists, embodies the international community’s commitment to reversing the ravages of intolerance and ignorance. We are proud to gather with world leaders and our colleagues at the Dubai Future Foundation to celebrate humanity’s commitment to that noble aspiration.”

Arch of Palmyra and Statue of Athena

The Digital Archaeology Exhibition “The Spirit in the Stone” is part of a strategic partnership between the Dubai Future Foundation and the Institute of Digital Archeology at the University of Oxford in the UK. The global project aims to document archaeological sites around the greater Middle East region with 3D photography, with the goal of recreating them using 3D-printing technology.

The model, which was built as a replica of the original statue, would form the basis for the revival of many sculptures that were partially or destroyed using 3D imaging and printing technology. Furthermore, visitors to the exhibition will be able to discover the process that was followed to rebuild Palmyra’s Arch of Triumph, the most important historical relic in the city.

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And God spake all these words, saying,

2am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.

3Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

4Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: 5Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; 6And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.

New World Order Forming Under Pagan Temple of Ba’al Arch?

A replica of a Roman arch that once stood in front of the pagan Temple of Ba’al, a center of idol worship, was erected for the World Government Summit in Dubai this week, creating a scene that one rabbi claims symbolize the dangerous fusion of Ishmael and Edom against Israel. (Ishmael and Edom Reference Below)

The original Roman Victory Arch stood for 1,800 years in Palmyra, Syria, until it was destroyed by ISIS in October 2015. They viewed the temple as a formidable spiritual threat and a symbol of idolatry. A full-size 28-meter tall replica of the arch was created last year by the Institute for Digital Archeology, a joint project of Oxford and Harvard universities, and has been displayed twice before.

The replica was erected for the opening of the World Government Summit that opened on Sunday in Dubai. Based in the United Arab Emirates, the summit is an international organization for global dialogue where leaders in government, business, and technology discuss how governments operate and how policies are made.

The first summit, held in 2013, was attended by former US President Barack Obama, former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, and other world leaders.

Photo: Rabbi Pinchas Winston

Though a Roman artifact recreated in a modern Arab metropolis may seem incongruous, Rabbi Pinchas Winston, a prolific author and End of Days scholar, saw a deeper meaning in it that is incredibly relevant today.

Though Rome and the Arab Emirates appear in different parts of the world and at different points in history, Rabbi Winston sees them as connected ideologically and spiritually.

“Tradition tells of four exiles, the last being the Roman exile. Israel is being assailed by the Arabs but nowhere do we hear of a fifth, Arab or Ishmael exile,” explained Rabbi Winston. “This Roman arch in Dubai symbolically ties them both together: Ishmael, the Arabs, and Edom, which was epitomized by Rome.”

The original arch in Palmyra, built by Roman Emperor Septimius Severus, stood in front of a pre-existing temple that was used by the Mesopotamians to worship the pagan god Bel, mentioned often in the Bible as Ba’al.

For he built again the high places which Chizkiyahu his father had destroyed; and he reared up altars for Baal. II Kings 21:3

“Just like the Romans, the Arabs are trying to control the world, and succeeding,” said Rabbi Winston. “Even though it is the Arabs against the Jews, it is really the Arabs continuing the mission of Edom to conquer the world. This connection between Dubai and Rome is showing that Edom never ended. It just put on a different mask.”

The first-century Jewish sage Jonathan ben Uzziel wrote about how this Biblical alliance between Ishmael and Esau and would reappear at the End of Days. Clear evidence of the spiritual connection between these two seemingly disparate worlds can be found in the growing political cooperation between Rome and the Muslim/Arab world.

The bond has manifested in the strengthening of ties between the Vatican and the Palestinian Authority, as well as Pope Francis’ meeting with the President of Iran.

Though Edom and the desire to rule the world is personified by Rome, Rabbi Winston explained that the archetype has Biblical roots.

“The push for one world government goes back to the Tower of Babel, trying to put the power in the hands of the wealthy, the powerful, and the arrogant,” he said.

And they said: ‘Come, let us build us a city, and a tower, with its top in heaven, and let us make us a name; lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.’ Genesis 11:4 

“The Arab desire to rule the world is part of their religion and that is also very Roman,” continued Rabbi Winston. “World rule is also the religion of the rich and powerful.”

The motive behind world rule can sound altruistic, but Rabbi Winston noted a critical distinction.

“The desire to fix the world and to make it a better place resembles a Messianic movement,” the rabbi said. “But unless it is based in God, it is twisted and turns destructive because it is based on ego. It has always attracted secular academia because it aggrandizes Human Intellect over the One who rules over us all.”

The reproduction appeared for the first time in London on April 19 during the UNESCO Heritage Week, which coincided disturbingly with Beltane, a major pagan festival for worshiping Ba’al. The arch appeared again in New York City’s City Hall Park in September.

Reported by: Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz – Breaking Israel News

Ishmael and Edom Reference:

Ishmael: In the Old Testament, the elder son of the Hebrew patriarch Abraham…and the reputed ancestor of a group of Arabian tribes…The region occupied by these Ishmaelites included most of central and northern Arabia. Muslims regard themselves as the descendents of Ishmael. (Funk & Wagnalls New Encyclopedia – New York, NY: Funk & Wagnalls, Inc., 1972 – Vol.13, p. 461).

Question: “Who were the Edomites?”

Answer: The Edomites were the descendants of Esau, the firstborn son of Isaac and the twin brother of Jacob. In the womb, Esau and Jacob struggled together, and God told their mother, Rebekah, that they would become two nations, with the older one serving the younger (Genesis 25:23). As an adult, Esau rashly sold his inheritance to Jacob for a bowl of red soup (Genesis 25:30-34), and he hated his brother afterward. Esau became the father of the Edomites and Jacob became the father of the Israelites, and the two nations continued to struggle through most of their history. In the Bible, “Seir” (Joshua 24:4), “Bozrah” (Isaiah 63:1) and “Sela” (2 Kings 14:7) are references to Edom’s land and capital. Sela is better known today as Petra.

The name “Edom” comes from a Semitic word meaning “red,” and the land south of the Dead Sea was given that name because of the red sandstone so prominent in the topography. Esau, because of the soup for which he traded his birthright, became known as Edom, and later moved his family into the hill country of the same name. Genesis 36 recounts the early history of the Edomites, stating that they had kings reigning over them long before Israel had a king (Genesis 36:31). The religion of the Edomites was similar to that of other pagan societies who worshiped fertility gods. Esau’s descendants eventually dominated the southern lands and made their living by agriculture and trade. One of the ancient trade routes, the King’s Highway (Numbers 20:17) passed through Edom, and when the Israelites requested permission to use the route on their exodus from Egypt, they were rejected by force.

Did you know that 4,000 world leaders from 130 different countries gathered in Dubai this week for the World Government Summit? It was held from February 12th to February 14th, and it featured more than 100 internationally-known speakers including UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Christine Lagarde and Elon Musk. If you would like to know more about this shadowy group, you can visit the official website right here. The first World Government Summit was held back in 2013, and that one was actually attended by Barack Obama. Unfortunately, the mainstream media in the United States was almost entirely silent about this summit, so most of us in the western world didn’t even hear about it.

In ancient Palmyra, the Arch of Triumph connected the main street of the Colonnade with the Temple of Bel. If ordinary people of the time wanted to visit the Temple of Bel, they would pass through this arch. And once they were done, the would pass through this arch again on their way out.


Temple of Baal Palmyra in 360

And of course “Bel” and “Baal” are synonymous, and both titles can be traced all the way back to ancient Babylon and a very evil ruler named Nimrod. The following is an extended excerpt from one of my previous articles

In a previous article, I included a quote from Wikipedia that discusses how “Bel” is an ancient Babylonian term for “Lord” or “Master”, and that “Baal” comes from that original root word…

Bel (/ˈbl/; from Akkadianbēlu), signifying “lord” or “master”, is a title rather than a genuine name, applied to various gods in the Mesopotamian religion of AkkadAssyria and Babylonia. The feminine form is Belit ‘Lady, Mistress’. Bel is represented in Greek as Belos and in Latin as Belus. Linguistically Bel is an East Semitic form cognate with Northwest SemiticBaal with the same meaning.

The title of “Bel” or “Baal” seems to have originally been used primarily for the Babylonian god Marduk. Here is more from Wikipedia

Bel became especially used of the Babylonian god Marduk and when found in Assyrian and neo-Babylonian personal names or mentioned in inscriptions in a Mesopotamian context it can usually be taken as referring to Marduk and no other god. Similarly Belit without some disambiguation mostly refers to Bel Marduk’s spouse Sarpanit. However Marduk’s mother, the Sumerian goddess called NinhursagDamkina, Ninmah and other names in Sumerian, was often known as Belit-ili ‘Lady of the Gods’ in Akkadian.

So where did “Marduk” come from?

Well, many scholars have traced the worship of Marduk all the way back to the historical figure of Nimrod

Traditionally the Tower of Babel event has been associated with Nimrod, and Jewish commentaries, as well as the Jewish historian Josephus both, seem very emphatic on this point. Regarding the Sumerian name Enmer-kar, the suffix “kar” means “hunter,” and so “Enmer-kar” is in fact “Enmer the Hunter,” just as Nimrod is referred to as the “Mighty Hunter” in Genesis 10. Furthermore, Enmerkar is named on the Sumerian King List as “the one who built Uruk,” just as Nimrod is described in Genesis 10:10 as having a kingdom that began in “Babel (Eridu) and Erech (Uruk)… in the land of Shinar.” After Enmerkar’s death he became honored in Sumerian myth as the semi-divine hero Ninurta, and eventually, this cult evolved into the great cult of Marduk, which became the state religion of Babylon after the conquests and religious innovations of Hammurabi.

Are you starting to see how everything fits together?

And Nimrod was the great king of the very first “world government” in the post-flood world. The following is what Genesis 10:8-12 says in the Modern English Version

Cush was the father of Nimrod. He became a mighty one on the earth. He was a mighty hunter before the Lord. Therefore it is said, “Even like Nimrod the mighty hunter before the Lord.” 10 The beginning of his kingdom was Babel, Uruk, Akkad, and Kalneh in the land of Shinar. 11 From that land he went to Assyria and built Nineveh, the city Rehoboth Ir, and Calah, 12 and Resen between Nineveh and Calah (that is the principal city)

So it seems more than a little bit strange that an arch with links to Nimrod has been erected to honor a summit devoted to the promotion of “world government” in our day.

It has been said that if we do not understand history we are doomed to repeat it. Nimrod’s world government in ancient times attempted to push God out of the picture, and the same thing is true with the globalists of today.

The globalists dream of a utopia where humanity has been united under a one world government, a one world economy and a one world religion. Donald Trump stands opposed to this twisted dream, and that is why the globalists hate him so much.

And the globalists understand the power of symbols very well. The erecting of this arch in Dubai at the exact same time the “World Government Summit” was being held sends a very powerful message.

Even though Donald Trump is now the president of the United States, the globalists are far from defeated, and if they have their way all of humanity will soon be within their ruthless grip.

This article (This Week The ‘Arch Of Baal’ Was Displayed For The Third Time In Honor Of ‘The World Government Summit’) was originally published on The End of the American Dream and syndicated by The Event Chronicle

Ancient Statue Damaged by ISIS Now on Display in Damascus

A restored 2,000-year-old Lion of Al-Lat statue can again stand as a symbol of the ancient Roman city of Palmyra

Photo Credit: Yahoo!News


A 2,000-year old statue badly damaged by Islamic State in Palmyra went on display on Sunday in Damascus after being restored.

The Lion of Al-Lat statue was one of several ancient monuments damaged by Islamic State at Palmyra, the ancient city in central Syria which the jihadists have twice seized from government controlduring the six-year-long war.

The 15-ton statue was damaged by Islamic State in 2015 during its first spell in control of Palmyra. It was moved to Damascus for restoration when Syrian government forces recovered the city with Russian military support in March, 2016.

“It is an exceptional statue, there are no more such statues in Palmyra,” said Bartosz Markowski, the Polish archaeologist who spent around two months restoring it. Around half the restored statue was original, he said.

 “It was an internationally known symbol of Palmyra, it was standing in front of the museum. Every tourist visiting Palmyra and the museum had a photo with it,” he said. The restoration was funded by the U.N. cultural agency UNESCO.

Bartosz Markowski, a Polish archaeologist, stands in front of the restored Lion of al-Lat, a 2,000-year old statue, on display in Damascus, Syria October 1, 2017.


The statue will be on display at the National Museum of Damascus for the foreseeable future but may eventually be returned to its place in Palmyra, Mahmoud Hammoud, the director of Syrian antiquities, said.

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