Smithsonian Admits to Destruction of Thousands of Giant Human Skeletons in Early 1900′s A US Supreme Court ruling has forced the Smithsonian institution to release classified papers dating from the early 1900′s that proves the organization was...

Smithsonian Admits to Destruction of Thousands of Giant Human Skeletons in Early 1900′s A US Supreme Court ruling has forced the Smithsonian institution to release classified papers dating from the early 1900′s that proves the organization was...

Skeleton - The Nephilim (offspring of the fallen angels & daughters of men)-Giants Hiding In Plain Sight?

Skeleton - The Nephilim (offspring of the fallen angels & daughters of men)-Giants Hiding In Plain Sight?

Smithsonian Admits to Destruction of Thousands of Giant Human Skeletons in Early 1900′s

Smithsonian Admits to Destruction of Thousands of Giant Human Skeletons in Early 1900′s

Gilgamesh was a hero of Sumerian, Hittite, Akkadian and Assyrian legend. He was one-third mortal and two-thirds divine. Gilgamesh was Lord of the Sumerian city of Uruk. The Epic of Gilgamesh is a must read for everyone.

Gilgamesh was a hero of Sumerian, Hittite, Akkadian and Assyrian legend. He was one-third mortal and two-thirds divine. Gilgamesh was Lord of the Sumerian city of Uruk. The Epic of Gilgamesh is a must read for everyone.

Another Assyrian God is Nusku, or Nisroch, who was the God of Fire and the Sun.

Another Assyrian God is Nusku, or Nisroch, who was the God of Fire and the Sun.

Recently Destroyed 7th Century BC Assyrian Statue, Photo c1850 Photo from the mid-9th c excavation of the colossal statues at the Nergal Gate of the ancient city of Nineveh. One of two winged bull-men (aka lamassu) that guarded one of the entrances to Nineveh dated to the time of King Sennacherib. Named for the Mesopotamian god Nergal, the gate was possibly used for ceremonial purposes since it is the only known gate flanked by sculptures of winged bull-men. Believed to be protective…

Recently Destroyed 7th Century BC Assyrian Statue, Photo c1850 Photo from the mid-9th c excavation of the colossal statues at the Nergal Gate of the ancient city of Nineveh. One of two winged bull-men (aka lamassu) that guarded one of the entrances to Nineveh dated to the time of King Sennacherib. Named for the Mesopotamian god Nergal, the gate was possibly used for ceremonial purposes since it is the only known gate flanked by sculptures of winged bull-men. Believed to be protective…

Shamash: Babylonian Sun god ~~ Jehovah condemned Babylon for it's Astrology, worship of the sun, moon and stars and for it's demonic rites.

Shamash: Babylonian Sun god ~~ Jehovah condemned Babylon for it's Astrology, worship of the sun, moon and stars and for it's demonic rites.

Lady Liberty modeled after the same goddess known as Isis (who was also Venus, Aphrodite, Ishtar (the wife of the false god, Baal) and Semiramis, the mother of Tammuz (the T was the original "cross"). That is why the Bible refers to Babylon the Great as the Harlot of false religion. Revelations chapter 18

Lady Liberty modeled after the same goddess known as Isis (who was also Venus, Aphrodite, Ishtar (the wife of the false god, Baal) and Semiramis, the mother of Tammuz (the T was the original "cross"). That is why the Bible refers to Babylon the Great as the Harlot of false religion. Revelations chapter 18

Babylonians priests developed the zodiac of twelve signs and some of the world's first horoscopes which afterwards lead to the development of astrology.    The technology of Mesopotamia was so highly advanced that they divided the year into 12 months, month into 30 days, day into 2*12 hours, hour into 60 minutes and minute into 60 seconds.

Babylonians priests developed the zodiac of twelve signs and some of the world's first horoscopes which afterwards lead to the development of astrology. The technology of Mesopotamia was so highly advanced that they divided the year into 12 months, month into 30 days, day into 2*12 hours, hour into 60 minutes and minute into 60 seconds.

The golden bull is a symbol of the Mesopotamian sun god Shamash. The bull-headed lyre of Ur is among the most significant artifacts that shed light on early Mesopotamian funerary rituals. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA.       Photo by Babylon Chronicle via tammuz.tumblr.com

The golden bull is a symbol of the Mesopotamian sun god Shamash. The bull-headed lyre of Ur is among the most significant artifacts that shed light on early Mesopotamian funerary rituals. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA. Photo by Babylon Chronicle via tammuz.tumblr.com

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