269) The Original Beauty And The Beast

The original story of Beauty and the Beast was written by Gabrielle-Suzanne de Villeneuve. Originally published in La Jeune Américaine et Les Contes Marins [The Young American and Stories from the Sea] in 1740La Belle et La Bête…

The Beast was a young prince who lost his father, and whose mother had to wage war to defend his kingdom…

Belle…is not really a merchant’s daughter but the offspring of a king and a…fairy.

Do we get it? This story, written when France’s pagan Renaissance was embraced (that’s a pun) by American culture, is a remake of the oldest “love story”.

When we strip away the elegant French dressing and the pedophilic American Disney innocence down to the bare essentials we see that:

  • The Beast is a hybrid of a king / god
  • whose mother fought to defend / restore him
  • to his father’s hyper dimensional domain.
  • Belle is the alluring offspring of a king / god and a demi-goddess
  • with whom he has sexual relations
  • and achieves the restoration of his kingdom.

When we use hermeneutics to locate this person from a biblical perspective, he can be none other than the man called – famous for his attribute of – Nimrod / Rebel (Hebrew), who achieves the restoration of his hyper dimensional kingdom of evil which had been destroyed by the Flood. He is AKA Amraphel / Father of the hybrid Giant Nations.

This same named attribute of rebel / nimrod shows up when Jews rebel against the word of God and with forethought align themselves with his adversary.

As for the word that thou hast spoken unto us in the name of the LORD, we will not hearken unto [obey] theeBut we will certainly…burn incense unto the queen of heaven, and to pour out drink offerings unto her.” (Jeremiah 44:17)

When we translate the English into Hebrew we are able to link this goddess with the ancient designation typically treated as her personal name. In Hebrew (reading backwards and leaving off the preposition “to” attached in Jeremiah’s passage) it is מְלֶ֣כֶת  שָׁמַיִםה pronounced (reading forwarding in English) malkah ha-šā·ma·yim.

Of course, it’s her attribute of heaven / hyper dimensional / god. The queen of heaven.


Many women have been named after her, as would be expected like the popularity of names like Mary and Elizabeth. But finding later historical records of this name, and even attributes which may well have given rise to assigning this name to a particular individual, doesn’t disprove the biblical account of the original holder of this title. We should expect humanists to discredit any biblical account or connection.

The name Semiramis is historical. The wife of the Assyrian king Šamši-Adad V (r.824-811 BCE) was called Šammuramat, which is correctly rendered in Greek as Semiramis. When Šammuramat’s husband died, she acted as regent for her underage son Adad-Nirari III for three (maybe five) years. During these years, the Assyrian armies waged war against the Medes in the east and the city of Arpad in the west. In Assyria, war was normal business, be it that the commander was a woman or a general designated by this woman…This is about all we know about Šammuramat, except that in 787 BCE, she was still alive.

The Queen of Heaven is always recognizable by her attribute of giving life. In a twisted version of the originally immortal Woman Eve being the mother of all living with her husband Adam, Semiramis is worshipped as the Mother of Immortals with her son.

And that, too, may be literal if Semiramis II was responsible for the formation of one of the most famous military units.

Immortals (Ancient Greek: Ἀθάνατοι, romanizedAthánatoi) was the name given by Herodotus to an elite heavy infantry unit of 10,000 soldiers in the army of the Achaemenid Empire. The unit served in a dual capacity through its role as imperial guard alongside its contribution to the ranks of the Persian Empire’s standing army. While it primarily consisted of Persians, the Immortals force also included Medes and Elamites.

Such an old lady has had many names.

The name Inanna is girl’s name meaning “lady of heaven”.

An ancient Mesopotamian goddess of love, war and justice, with a name that fits modern tastes. In recent years it has become a rare but steady fixture…full of potential for parents looking for an offbeat name from mythology.

Inanna is an independent woman who does as she pleases, quite often without regard for consequences  and either manipulates, threatens, or tries to seduce others to fix the difficulties her behaviour creates…

Her husband / son Dumuzis…suffers for her rash choices in the poem The Descent of Inanna

He is called the Son Of Life, from the Akkadian term du-u-zu, meaning just thatIn Hebrew and English this is Dumuzi / Tammuz.

“the spirit lifted me up…and brought me in the visions of God to Jerusalem,

  • to the door of the inner gate that looketh toward the north; where was the seat of the image of jealousy, which provoketh to jealousy…turn thee yet again, and thou shalt see greater abominations / corrupted life forms, hybrids with evil rather than God’s spirit of life.
  • And he brought me to the door of the court; and when I looked, behold a [secret entrance] hole in the wall…I went in and saw; and behold every form of creeping things, and abominable beasts, and all the idols of the house of Israel, pourtrayed upon the wall round about…what the ancients of the house of Israel do in the dark [secret societies]? thou shalt see greater abominations
  • Then he brought me to the door of the gate of the LORD‘s house which was toward the north; and, behold, there sat women weeping for Tammuz….thou shalt see greater abominations than these.
  • And he brought me into the inner court of the LORD‘s house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the LORD, between the porch and the altar …they worshipped the sun toward the east.” (Ezekiel 8)


When we strip away our later day veil of ignorant materialism to see the hyper dimensional aspects of the ancient world, we recognize the continuous theme throughout time of the fallen angels’ drive to procreate hybrid offspring.

  1. What began in the pre-flood days of Noah (Genesis 6),
  2. was recreated for a time in the immediate post-flood days (Genesis 11),
  3. will happen again in the last days causing the second occasion for God (Revelation 16)” to destroy all flesh, wherein is the breath of life.”

These flesh – not spirit – beings’ breath / spirit did not derive from God, but from evil spirits who steal it from God-given sources. This never-ending demand for transfer of energy fills the earth with violence by the walking dead, the zombies whose appearance in apocalyptic movies has become ubiquitous.

Nimrod lives long and prospers for quite some time, but eventually goes the way of all mortal men. So he is transformed into the dying-and-reviving god Tammuz.  At the autumn equinox the people would ensure his resurrection by enacting the sacred marriage rites of Inanna and Dumuzi (Ishtar and Tammuz).  

Don’t misinterpret “sacred” as “holy” as in the Bible. Sacr-ed simply means something sacr-ificed, totally given, to God or the gods. The pornographically arousing public display of sexual intercourse between the most seductive members of society – oh, yeah, exactly like the movie stars of our time – certainly triggered an outpouring of energy resources sucked up by the gods exactly like profits by the entertainment industry.

This hollow caricature dies and resurrects, yes, like the first Adam and last Adam, Son of God, Seed of the Woman, but not once and for all. He runs out of energy, dies, has to be resurrected by devoted followers through the transfer of massive amounts of energy achievable only through directed warfare, only to die again and await resurrection in God’s time.

This Semiramis / Heavenly One reported in the Bible is such an ancient deity that we find her title, ergo name, translated into many different languages.

Bear in mind as you read the following that there are no straight lines of ancestry for the ancient gods. From their origins they weave and warp through time and divergent cultures.

As detailed in the post The Seed of the Serpent, undying hyper dimensional beings must reproduce by cloning, so lines of descent really get snarled. Relationships and identities between similar gods are impossible to keep straight.

As detailed in the post Light and Life, immortals are hermaphrodites, so gender assignments change with culture shift or are lost over time in missing pieces of cuneiform tablets, left to the best guess of archeologists with a vested interest in a revolutionary new thesis. A sibling pair will be alternatively referred to as husband-wife and both can be true, note the pharaonic practice of keeping its power all in the family.  And of course, the gods themselves are liars.

With such murky depths to plumb, the principles of Occam’s razor are used in the following analysis:

a scientific and philosophical rule that entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily which is interpreted as requiring that the simplest of competing theories be preferred to the more complex or that explanations of unknown phenomena be sought first in terms of known quantities.

  1. Inanna is the ancient Sumerian goddess of love, sensuality, fertility, procreation, and also of war.
  2. She later became identified by the Akkadians and Assyrians as the goddess Ishtar,
  3. with the Phoenician Astarte
  4. and the Greek Aphrodite, among many others…through her great beauty and sensuality.
  5. Diana, the equivalent Roman goddess

The name Inanna is girl’s name meaning “lady of heaven”.

An ancient Mesopotamian goddess of love, war and justice, with a name that fits modern tastes. In recent years it has become a rare but steady fixture…full of potential for parents looking for an offbeat name from mythology.

Inanna is an independent woman who does as she pleases, quite often without regard for consequences  and either manipulates, threatens, or tries to seduce others to fix the difficulties her behaviour creates…

Her husband / son Dumuzi – who suffers for her rash choices in the poem The Descent of Inanna – transforms in time into the Inanna is among the most important deities and the most important goddess in the Mesopotamian pantheon. She is primarily known as the goddess of sexual love but is equally prominent as the goddess of warfare. In her astral aspect, Inana/Ištar is the planet Venus, the morning and the evening star.

3d-inanna-ishtar-upon-lion1-1She is often shown in the company of a lion, denoting courage, and sometimes even riding the lion as a sign of her supremacy over the ‘king of beasts’.

There are multiple layers of meaning in “riding”.

The Last Ride Togetheris a love lyric and told from the perspective of the lover...

The poet makes use of themes such as love, eternity, time, physicality, spirituality, and life…Firstly, it’s about physical love that makes the speaker rejuvenated. Thereafter, the speaker talks about a…kind of love / uniting that doesn’t lie in the past or future. It lies in the present moment…In the end, the speaker wishes for riding eternally with his beloved by crossing the limitations of time and death

The warlike aspect of the goddess tends to be expressed in politically charged contexts in which the goddess is praised in connection with royal power and military might. This is already visible in the Old Akkadian period, when Naram-Sin [first post-flood king who claimed to be a god] frequently invokes the “warlike Ištar” (aštar annunītum) in his inscriptions and becomes more prominent in the Neo-Assyrian veneration of Inana/Ištar…

The role of the goddess in legitimizing political power…the so-called “sacred marriage” ceremony celebrated the marriage of Inana (represented by her high priestess) and Dumuzi (represented by the ruler)…Practiced in the late third and early second millennium BCE, the sacred marriage rite…served to express the relationship between the king and the divine world.

Both the Sumerian aggressive pagan representation of a woman having sex with a hybrid in order to reproduce more supermen warriors for conquest and Robert Browning’s more tender humanistic representation match the biblical account of this woman overpowering men both sexually and politically.


Her fate was prophesied by John in Revelation.

“And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials,

This defines the timing. It is after the earth has been devastated by God’s wrath. Unlike Revelation 12 reporting the woman clothed with the sun, this is not a recap of events prior to the immediately preceding events.

and talked with me, saying unto me, Come hither; I will shew unto thee the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters: [Mesopotamia between the great Tigris and Euphrates and Persian Gulf.]

With whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication,

and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk / intoxicated / lost control of their reason with the wine of her fornication.

So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness:

This defines the setting. The blasted lifeless landscape following a holocaust. The same landscape that greeted the survivors of Noah’s flood.


641fa4c7cf66ab780295cb34b5585f55and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication:

And upon her forehead was a name written, Mystery, Babylon The Great, The Mother Of Harlots And Abominations Of The Earth.

And I saw the woman drunken with

  1. the blood of the saints [who are united in righteousness with YHVH]
  2. and with the blood of the martyrs of YHVH’s Savior [who know him specifically]

and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration. 

How does she do it?!

Inana/Ištar is by far the most complex of all Mesopotamian deities, displaying contradictory, even paradoxical traits…In Sumerian poetry, she is sometimes portrayed as a coy young girl under patriarchal authority (though at other times as an ambitious goddess seeking to expand her influence…a persistent commonality between these two natures of Inana/Ištar: her sexuality. The young Inana of Sumerian poetry, who says “Plough my vulva, man of my heart” is no less desirous than the Inana/Ištar portrayed in Gilgameš: “Let us enjoy your strength, so put your hand and touch our vulva!” ...Inana/Ištar was also the patron goddess of prostitutes.

“And the angel said unto me, Wherefore didst thou marvel? I will tell thee the mystery of the woman, and of the beast that carrieth her, which hath the seven heads and ten horns.”

She is not a new thing. She is as old as the hills.

As humanism has gained the high ground in academia and the the sciences we see the obsession with resurrecting the past unfolding before our eyes. On the bright side, anyone can now access the mystery of the woman and the beast.

The Cult of Mother Goddess does exist worldwide since Neolithic times…Anatolia’s Earth Mother shows an exceptional lastingness… progressing to Hattia, Hittite Kubaba, Phyrg Cybele, turning to Carians Hekate, than Aphrodite and raised to Artemia, finally to Virgin Mary…her basic persona, as the protector of all the life and fertility, usually as a virgin, had remained.

Archeologists of Turkey, have recently unearthed an 16,000 year-old mother goddess figurinethe eldest in Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Near East…



Bear in mind that all dates prior to 5,000 are unprovable and based on scientific bias (details in the post The Stones Cry Out) but we can all agree this  figurine dates to the beginning of human social structures.

Note how the artist has expressed her attributes / name in the life-giving aspects figured in her eye-catching breasts, pregnant belly, and birthing infant; her sexuality is literally brought to the fore by the depiction, however anatomically incorrect, of her vulva; and her power is expressed by her seat on the lions. You don’t have to be literate to know who this is and what she represents.

defaultIn the royal archives of the Hittite Capital at ancient Hattusha, texts dating from 1500-1190 BCE listing the gods and goddess include Kubaba. She had a cult of her her own in the ancient fortress Carchemish and its dependent cities from ca.1050 BCE to ca. 850 BCE. She is depicted on a throne under which reclines a lion. The engraving shown here depicts her attributes as king-maker with the warrior standing on her lion while she is astride the horned bull which symbolizes power, still understood by Spanish bullfighting. She is crowned with a strong walled city for defense and holds a mirror and pomegranate, symbols of magic and fertility

The winged sun disk is one of the oldest religious symbols, found among the Sumerians, the Assyrians, and the Hittites, just to name a few. The winged disk represents a singular symbol of the Savior, a winged sun, the Sun of Righteousness, arising with healing on his wings.

The Sun signifies omnipresence, divinity, royalty, and supreme power in Egypt, Mesopotamia, Anatolia, and Persia carried on the wings of the Son of the Most High God. Plagiarism, clearly, of Eve and her Seed.

When the Assyrian capital Nineveh was overrun by the Babylonians in 612 BC, the Assyrians moved their capital to [an outpost] Harran. When Harran was captured by the Babylonians in 610 BC, the capital was once again moved, this time to Carchemish, on the Euphrates river. Egypt was allied with the Assyrian king Ashur-uballit II, and marched in 609 BCto his aid against the Babylonians. The Egyptian army of Pharaoh Necho II was delayed at Megiddo by the forces of King Josiah of Judah. [who was obligated to an alliance with with Babylon made by his grandfather King Hezekiah] Josiah was killed and his army was defeated. The dead body of Josiah was delivered to Jerusalem immediately and buried according to the customs of Judah’s kings, near the grave of King David.

The Bible describes the battle in Jeremiah 46:1-12.

be4d68d603233ec6af422ce2ceed8183After the fall of Carchemish, Kubaba was transformed into the mother goddess of the Cybileian (pronounce with a hard C like K)mountains in Phrygia.

Her characteristic elements of fertility and power are recognized in the details of walled city crown, breasts made prominent despite limited area on the small statue, interior view of pregnancy, drapery suggestive of widespread inviting legs, and royal lions.

As with Greek Gaia (the “Earth”), or her Minoan equivalent Rhea, Cybele embodies the fertile Earth.

Followers of Cybele expressed her ecstatic and orgiastic cult in music, especially drumming, clashing of shields and spears, dancing, singing, and shouting—all at night.

The worship of Cybele spread to the Aegean coast, to Crete and other Aegean islands, and to mainland Greece.

By the 6th century AD the mother goddess was dominating religious life in Greek settlements. Archeological digs show that the site of the temple of Artemis in Ephesus was occupied since the Bronze Age two thousand years earlier.

At Ephesus Artemis was passionately venerated in an archaic, certainly pre-Hellenic cult image most similar to Near-Eastern and Egyptian deities, and least like Greek ones.

By now we should recognize the iconography. She wears the mural / wall crown of a strong city and is flanked by the remnants of her lions. Shrines, bulls’ horns, and goddess images found in her temple also indicate the continuity with older mother goddesses of ancient times.

Still, many aspects cannot be dated in the archaic age, and the statue from Lepcis [shown here] illustrates this very well: on the upper part of her chest, she wears a zodiac, a symbol invented in fourth-century Babylonia

the spherical objects that cover the lower part of her chest…probably represent the testicles of a bull, although they may also be gourds, which were known in Asia as fertility symbols for centuries. Artemis’ robe is always decorated with…leopards, goats, griffins…[in addition to the usual iconography of] lions,and bulls.

The Temple of Artemis was located in an economically robust region, visited by merchants and travelers from all over Asia Minor. Influenced by many beliefs, the temple was as a symbol for peoples of all faiths from many lands. It was also known as the Temple of Diana, the equivalent Roman goddess to Artemis.

This review of the historical woman from Babylon should open our eyes to

“a woman…upon her forehead was a name written, Mystery, Babylon The Great, The Mother Of Harlots And Abominations Of The Earth.

Please note that I am not blaspheming the Jewish mother of YHVH’s savior. Neither am I insulting or judging the billions of innocents who honored her in the manner in which they were told by their leaders. For that matter I am not condemning all the priests, monks, nun, and other church leaders who only knew what they were taught about the Bible. I am opposed to the top rank of leadership, the wolves in sheep clothing who see religion as a get rich quick scheme who are more evil than the Luciferian devotees.

So with that caveat:


Therefore shall her plagues come in one day, death, and mourning, and famine; and she shall be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her...For by thy sorceries were all nations deceived [into accepting the beast as their savior from the apocalypse.]

Hasn’t the Lord God always used human agents after all?

And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning, Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come. (Revelation 18)

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