STUNNING – The Ancient City Of Babylon In Its Architectural Peak Showcased Through 3D Animations


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  1. #1 by James Benn on 09/15/2016 - 3:49 pm

    Yes, it’s great to prowl around the precincts of the ancient city of Babylon … ‘Gate of the Gods’. Things look surprisingly ‘modern’ in facsimile. And indeed they were. Plenty of food in Mesopotamia. At least it wasn’t irradiated with DU such as it is today. Women were just as flowery in their summit then as now. More so, since fecundity was celebrated in the ‘Land between Rivers’ rather than being frowned on by the Usurers who control proceedings in the modern ‘Zest’.

    Or maybe not? After all, it took a lot of money to create Babylonia. And it was indeed the self-same money system used in the Zest today that was devised in Babylonia all them years ago…

    “The modern “magic” of creating money out of thin air had its roots in the ancient city of Babylon, some 600 years before the birth of Messiah. Practitioners of the craft were known historically as “money changers”, as in “change your money from your hand to mine”.”
    http://tapnewswire.com/2015/10/babylonian-money-magic-how-modern-commercial-law-is-based-on-ancient-babylonian-codes/

    Yes money in Mesopotamia was created as a debt to the overlords. Then, as now, money only came into being as an extension of credit to the borrower. And guess who did the lending of the money, the counting of the shekels, and the collecting of the debts. Yes indeedy doody, the people of Juda became the money lenders to the stars then, just as they did in subsequent eras, notwithstanding the powerful rise of anti-usury Christianity and Islam.

    Remember, it was William the Conqueror who took a gaggle of Jewish money lenders into Britain in 1066 when he invaded and usurped the old Anglo-Saxon nobility. Why did he take money lenders with him?

    Debt is the greatest instrument of subjugation the world has ever seen.

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