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    King Nimrod is: A.) one of the clearest examples of Antichrist types and B.) clearly resembles Donald Trump. “8Now Cush became the father of Nimrod; he became a mighty one on the earth. 9He was a mighty hunter before the LORD; therefore it is said, “Like Nimrod a mighty hunter before the LORD. 10The beginning of his kingdom was Babel and Erech and Accad and Calneh, in the land of Shinar.” (Genesis 10:8-10) Regarding the statements, “mighty one” and “a mighty hunter before the Lord.” Louis Talbot says, “The ancient rabbis tell us that this statement means that Nimrod went out from the presence of the Lord, in the sense that he turned his back upon God and His truth, and became a ‘hunter of souls’. Seeking to turn multitudes of men away from God and unto himself.” (The Revelation of Jesus Christ, Louis T. Talbot 1937) The Hebrew name for “mighty one” is gibbor which also means, chief. (The name “Donald” means great chief.) In Genesis 6, the wicked offspring of human beings and fallen angels were called Nephilim (see chapter, “In the Days of Noah”). As with Nimrod, Genesis 6:4 describes these Nephilim as “mighty men (gibbor) of renown” — renown meaning: “men with a name”. The gibbor were part human, part fallen angel, and are described as GIANTS. The Antichrist will eventually also become part human and part angel — the mightiest of mighty men. The name “Nimrod” means, “rebel”, a similar meaning to The Antichrist, who is characterized as the “the Lawless One”. King Nimrod…

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    Little nimrod killed C.C. robin. The reasons Nimrod killed robin were because he was drunk, killed the birds, and had a bad reputation. First of all, Nimrod was drunk the night of the night of the crime. There were plenty of empty bottles on the ground. Nimrod hit robin with a tent spike. Robin got a hard blow in the head which was the tent spike. Nimrod was drunk and did not know what to do with The body so he threw it off the ledge. Second of all, Robin picked a fight with nimrod because he…

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    Cates. With this story the mythological character of King Nimrod has been emphasized as being a rude king similar to Prince Prospero. Nimrod was supposed to be a mighty king and mighty hunter as well. He declared himself the ruler of the world revolting against God and not accepting God as the creator of the world. His eccentricity is evident with the fact that he decided to build a tower so tall where he could climb and kill the Lord. Also being a hunter, he tamed a leopard to go along with…

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    “EUPHRATES” Coming to the fourth river “Euphrates”, it is located in eastern Turkey. It flows through Syria and Iraq and the border region of Kuwait in the Middle East. This was the Tigris regions that was once known as the Fertile Crescent that once possessed tremendous fertile soils in early farming. These two rivers Hiddekel and Euphrates were both in Mesopotamia as well, in the ancient kingdom of Nimrod the Ethiopian. The Mesopotamia was the first place where human earthly kingdom was…

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    with considerable hostility due to their monotheistic beliefs (the King Nimrod was involved in a purge at the time, of people who embraced the concept of one divine being, and to effect this purge he had monotheists burned alive). You can find reference to this in the Book of Jasher (11:1 and 12:6). The history of Nimrod and of Sumeria, “the Land of Nimrod” is of considerable importance in grasping Abrahamic Judaism, and in turn the evolution of Christianity. King Nimrod is listed in the…

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    Giants In Dante's Inferno

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    Peter’s Basilica, but was later moved. Fourth, Dante, the writer, uses a reference to show the size of the giants. “The bank, which was an apron for him / Down from his middle, showed above it such height / Three men of Friesland could not boast to come / Up to his hair” (267). Even though the giants are submerged waist down into a pit, the length of their torso to their hair is so tall, three tall Friesland men could not reach his hair. The men of Friesland are from the northwest of the…

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    Christmas Tradition

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    The practice of keeping Christmas trees started when Semiramis, the queen of Babylon told her followers that an evergreen tree had sprung from a dead stump symbolizing the dead Nimrod coming back to life in Tammuz. Some also stress that the Christmas tree represents the tree of knowledge of good and evil taking into account that the Babylonians considered the fall of profit to them. In as many as ten Bible references, the green tree is associated with idolatry and false worship. It is…

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    Nineveh A Sin City

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    In ancient Hebrew times, Nineveh was the ancient capital of Assyria. The Assyrian empire became very powerful because Nineveh was right in the middle. Nineveh was described as a very prosperous city. The city of Nineveh was built by Nimrod mentioned in the book of Genesis 10:11: “From that land he went into Assyria and built Nineveh” Nimrod was the hunter who helped build the tower of Babel and escorted the world in a rebellion against God. The roots of that city was build up from a rebellious…

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    Arial Fontt

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    Grotesque for IBM laser printers. Robin Nicholas with the help of Patricia Saunders co-designed with a team of ten the Arial Font family at Monotype Drawing Studio where the both of them worked. It was Monospaced varieties like Narrow, Light, and Black Rounded. Arial was introduced with Microsoft Windows version 3.1 as a core font until Windows Vista when it changed. In 1965 Robin Nicholas started working for the Monotype Drawing Studio drawing office in the UK. One of the skills that you…

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