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Chapter 1


Nimrod was the great-grandson of Noah. (1) His name means to rebel. He rebelled against God’s command to spread out across the earth after the Genesis flood. Instead, he built cities, one of which was named Babel and in Babel he built a tower to reach to heaven. There have been many theories as to the reason he built the Tower of Babel.

Some say it was to be a place of refuge in the event of another worldwide flood. But when we look at the meaning of the name Babel we may get a hint of the reason it was built. Babel means "The Gateway of the Gods."(2) It is believed this tower may have been built in order for the pagan deities, fallen angels, to ascend and descend from the skies.

Semiramis and Tammuz
In the legend of Nimrod and his wife Semiramis, Nimrod was torn to pieces and although they found most of his body and cremated it only his reproductive organ was preserved. Following his death, Semiramis found she was pregnant. The child she bore was named Tammuz. Semiramis said Nimrod was the sun god and Tammuz was actually Nimrod reborn. Semiramis herself became known as Queen of Heaven (3) and both she and Tammuz became the originators of the mother and child cult. The legend of Nimrod and Semiramis his wife and their son Tammuz moved across the Middle East and came to Egypt where they became the Egyptian sun god Osiris and his wife Isis; their son was named Horus. The legends of Nimrod, Semiramis and Tammuz are almost identical to Osiris, Isis and Horus. Both husbands died and the wife had a son following the husband’s death, which they said was the husband Nimrod in Babylon and Osiris in Egypt. Both gods and both reborn in their son. Hence, the obelisks we see in Egypt and elsewhere are representations of Nimrod's/Osiris; the god's phallus. (4) We shall return to the legend of Nimrod and Semiramis / Osiris and Isis later. The Roman god Apollo is simply a follow on from the Nimrod/Osiris/Horus legend. (5)

Modern Freemasons like to believe they stem from the master builder of King Solomon’s Temple, Hiram Abiff.
However a book written between 1390 and 1410 “The Regius Manuscript” states "King Nemrod (Nimrod) was the builder of the Tower of Babel and was “The first and most excellent Master.”(6)

A Masonic text known as the “Thistle Manuscript” written in 1756 says “Nemrod (Nimrod) created the Masons and gave them their signs and terms….it was the first time Masons were organised as a craft.”(7)

Masons, during the 18th century, dropped the link to Nimrod and Babel and looked to Solomon as “first Grand Master.” So rather than dating back to the man who built king Solomon’s Temple in honour of the God of the Bible, Freemasons date back to Nimrod the first world ruler and rebel against God who apparently built a tower to summon fallen angels. Similar towers sprang up all over the world. They also were known as “gateways of the gods.” Today in Europe there is a new Tower of Babel and its designers are not ashamed to say so.


On the left is a 1563 painting of the Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel the elder. On the right is a modern poster advertising the EU. There is a crane rebuilding the broken Tower of Babel. The leaders blasphemously state they are reversing the Babel effect. Note in Babel, God confused the languages. But in the EU, they are many tongues, but all speaking with one voice. And note the stars around the tower. They are in the form of the Satanic Goat of Mendes or Baphomet and we shall see him later.


1. Genesis 10:1-8
2. http://www.answersingenesis.org
3. Woodrow: Babylon Mystery Religion
4. http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...
5. Hislop: The Two Babylons, pp.289
6. http://www.masonicworld.com
7. Daniel Béresniak: Symbols of Freemasonry pp 26-28