98) The Gathering Of The People

The scattering of the ancient arcane Sumerian antediluvian space technology.was a military countermeasure that effectively served to prevent overpowering “we, the people” – the mass of humanity being ruled. 

The Adversary’s response of regathering the scattered knowledge includes regathering the people. Something like fishing – the struggle is worth it for the chance to absorb the resource of the catch, which are both the physical mass of humanity and its share of energizing / empowering knowledge and skill.

Even after millennia of rise and fall and rebuilding on the rubble of a series of fallen nations there is a remarkable pattern in “the rise” of each recurrence. There is a consistency in the elements of civilization, supporting the concept that they are all led by the same mastermind intent on the same goal – regaining total tyrannical rule over humanity.

This philosophical consideration of adversarial rivalry is supported by the biblical counter claim that:

The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet [explicit reference to sexual reproduction of human descendants] , until Shiloh / He whose it is, the One who is entitled to the scepter come; and unto HIM shall the gathering of the people be.” (Genesis 49:10)

The shrine of the goddess Aširat (or Asherah) [recognize the similarity to the iconography and pillar style from Gobekli Tepe?] in Tyre is mentioned in the Epic of King Keret, which is known from Ugarit.

The region was barely touched during the crisis that is commonly associated with the arrival of the “Sea People[As the Amorites were well able to defend their city.]…

At the beginning of the Iron Age, Tyre replaced Sidon as the most important city in the region…the new leading city played a very important role in the Phoenician colonization movement. Tyre is mentioned as founder of Kition on the copper island Cyprus, of CarthageUtica, and Lixus, and of Gades in Andalusia…

in the Bible…The general impression is that Hiram had good relations with king David and king Solomon, helped building Jerusalem’s temple and palace, and contributed to naval expeditions…when Josephus wrote his Jewish Antiquities, he supported the Biblical account with quotes from one Menander of Ephesus, who claimed to have studied Tyrian sources. This Menander not only confirmed the Biblical account, but also added some bits and pieces: for instance, that Hiram promoted the cult of Melqart/Heracles. This appears to have been a real religious revolution…old gods like Aširat/Asherah were less important than Melqart.

Don’t overlook that Solomon also had a religious revival converting Israel to religious toleration.

Melqart (also Melkarth or Melicarthus) was an important Phoenician god and patron deity of the city of Tyre. Associated with the monarchy, sea, colonization, and commercial enterprise…Melqart’s stature is attested by the reverence the god was accorded by two of the Phoenician’s immediate successor cultures in the ancient Mediterranean: Greece and Carthage

While Baal, El, and Baalat were important deities…Melqart was considered the head of the pantheon at Tyre. Indeed, his very name means ‘king of the city’ (melekqart) and he was referred to as Baal de Sor or ‘Lord of Tyre’. Melqart, in addition, assumed some of the characteristics of both Adonis and Eshmun as he was the focus of a festival of resurrection each year in the month of Peritia (February-March) in which a sacrifice was made by fire or a figure of the god was ritually burnt. Hence, his other name the ‘fire of heaven’.

So Tyre’s chief god is indeed anti-christ, the seed of the serpent. Upon seeing the construction of the magnificent temple to El in Jerusalem, Hiram copies the form and function.


The god had a long-lasting temple dedicated in his name at Tyre, built during the reign of Hiram in the 10th century BCE. This seems to be the period when Melqart comes into his own as there are no references to the god prior to the 10th century BCE. Outside the god’s temple, at a specially constructed altar, worship involved prayers, burning incense, the pouring of libations, and making offerings to the god of animal sacrifices, foodstuffs, and precious goods…Women, foreigners, and pigs were not allowed in the sacred precinct of Melqart’s temple, which also functioned as the city’s treasury.

Melqart’s temple was famously visited by Herodotus in the 5th century BCE who described its impressive entrance as having two columns…The Greek historian goes on to say that Melqart had a tomb inside, supporting the theory that, involved as he was in the founding mythology of the city, perhaps Melqart was based on a historical person

As Tyre insisted every new colony build a temple to Melqart, the god was exported across the Mediterranean…very important at Carthage, where a stele indicates that a temple was dedicated to him. The Carthaginians were also obliged to send annual tribute – one tenth of their annual profits – to the temple of Melqart at Tyre for the next few centuries…Hannibal too, famously swore an oath to the god in 237 BCE when, aged 9, he stated that he would forever be the enemy of Rome. Hannibal, too, was not the only Carthaginian general that deified himself and took on the appearance of the god. 

Closer to home, Melqart is probably confused with Baal / Lord in several passages of the Bible, for example, when describing the sins of King Ahab in I Kings 16:31-2. Melqart appears in an inscription on a 9th-century BCE stele found near Aleppo, Syria. It is written in Aramaic and was dedicated by Bar-Hadad, king of Aram, a Syrian-Hittite kingdom. 

1,500 years after Nimrod built his “gate of the gods” at his tower of Babel, Nebuchadnezzar covered his new Ishtar Gate at Babylon with images of the same cloned seed of Satan, Marduk, the snake-dragon, the mushussu.

Bergamonmuseum Ishtar Gate Babylon original glazed bricks processional wall

This gate/portal was moved to the Pergamum “Where Satan Dwelleth” Museum in Berlin during Hitler’s combined occultand rocket fueled acceleration to the heights of power. Given the hyper dimensional quality of spirit beings / aliens, no doubt some kind of  hyper dimensional portal is required for establishing contact with spirits either in the cosmic space or on earth.

Interesting that America took over both the Pergamum Museum in the Allied- occupied territory of West Berlin and the top Nazi rocket scientists from Germany.

Let’s follow that trail.

Prior to the 19th century, poetry, rhetoric, historiography and moral philosophy were considered particularly valuable to humane education, as they transmitted knowledge of beauty, goodness and truth. These so-called “fine sciences” (“schöne Wissenschaften”) were discredited by Immanuel Kant, who…advanced…a novel concept of “scientific education”…

Without a doubt, the most influential concept in German university history is that of the “unity of teaching and research.” 

 In the 19th and early 20th centuries, much research was conducted and disseminated in German. Interesting that “Germany has been the home of some of the most prominent researchers in various scientific disciplines, notably physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering.”

The Great War marks an enormous watershed in the history of German archaeology, a kind of golden age. The two decades before its outbreak saw the opening or expansion of state sponsored investigations. In Mesopotamia, Assur, Babylon, Samarra, and Warka. In Egypt, Abusir and Tell-el-Amarna. In Asia Minor, Didyma, Kos, Miletus, Pergamon, and Priene. There was Baalbek in Syria, Samos in Greece, Pasargadae in Iran and Axum in Ethiopia. The Royal Museum in Berlin acquired three monumental gates (from Babylon, Mschatta, and Miletus), and (secretly) the head of Nefertiti.

Numerous other German excavators—funded by other means—started work at Hattusa in Anatolia, Tell Halaf in Syria, Jericho in Palestine, and elsewhere. Four ‘Turfan’ expeditions ranged across Chinese Turkestan, racing against Russian, French, British, and Japanese teams to wrench Buddhist murals from their cave walls. Very many of these excavations were taking place on territories held by the Ottoman Empire, which with the German Empire held a secret partageagreement, ensuring export of half of any finds, in violation of the official antiquities laws. Germany’s scholars and museums benefited immensely…

In Egypt, the British accused the German scholars at Thebes of collaborating in illicit antiquities dealing; seizing the site

Then…after the First World War, German was excluded from international scientific federations, congresses and publications…

the USA advanced to become the most important scientific force and English to the most important international scientific language…

One well-known event of scattering military knowledge so that it was not all held by one empire can be seen in the division of Germany’s rocket science between America and Russia after WWII. Fortunately for the world, in contrast to America unilateraly dropping bombs on Japan, the balance of power between America and Russia, AKA the Cold War, has prevented anyone from dropping more atomic bombs on anyone.

One aspect of the Iraq war that most people overlook is America’s looting of ancient artifacts as spoils of war.


The United States is returning more than 17,000 ancient artefacts that were looted and smuggled out of Iraq after the 2003 US invasion, including a 3,500-year-old clay tablet that bears part of the Epic of Gilgamesh, Iraq has said.

The number of artefacts returned is impression most of all for being only a fraction of the tens of thousands taken. 


Begging the question, what ancient knowledge has being learned and implemented in the last twenty years?

For example, NPR’s report on January 13, 2023 of “The Pentagon’s new office for investigating potential UFO sightings”.

We should really take into consideration the locals’ greater knowledge of their own history when questioning if the Islamic destruction of these artifacts isn’t the wiser move.


The rise of Da’esh (ISIS) and its expansion across Syria and Iraq were characterized by well-publicized…“performative destruction…”embedded in an integrated system combining religious ideology, a political agenda, and extreme violence…consistent with Da’esh’s jihadist interpretation of Salafi Islam and its mission of returning to an idealized vision of Islam in its earliest, purest form…

Temple of Bel 2 Cent Roman Palmyra Syria Museum

“Da’esh” is the Arabic acronym for “al-Dawla al-Islāmiyya fī’l ʿIrāq wa’l Shām” (the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria). Founded in 1999 by Abu Mussaf al-Zarkawi, the organization participated in the insurgency against the US-led occupation of Iraq in 2003. After splitting from al-Qaeda, its parent group, and changing its leadership and name, Da’esh emerged as a major military, political, and ideological force, first in Iraq and then in Syria after the outbreak of the latter’s civil war in 2011. In 2014, Da’esh’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared the establishment of a caliphate as a theocratic polity dedicated to restoring the values of the original “rightly guided” caliphs in the seventh century CE.

The political and military actions of Da’esh can only be understood by recognizing the importance of jihadi Salafism as its core ideology. A branch of Sunni Islam, Salafism requires its adherents to emulate “the pious predecessors,” equated with the first Muslim communities and the four “righteously guided” caliphs who ruled from 632 to 661 as the earliest successors to the Prophet Muhammad…Salafis seek to revive the ideological purity of the seventh-century pious ancestors. They believe that the only valid sources of authority are the earliest texts—the Quran and Sunna (words and acts) of the Prophet Muhammad and his companions—rather than later schools of Islamic religious thought. On this basis, Salafis define themselves as the purest Muslim group, “the sect saved (from hellfire),” distinct, superior, and opposed to non-Muslim and even other Muslim groups.

Salafis emphasize an imperative to combat polytheism, idolatry, unbelief, and all attempts to associate other beings or things with God. 

  • (ISIS) released a video showing the fiery destruction of the Temple of Baalshamin at the Syrian site of Palmyra.
  • A United Nation agency says satellite images confirm explosions reported at another Palmyra temple which has largely been destroyed.
  • nazi_party_rally_grounds_1934.max-760x504-1Ancient Nineveh, like Berlin to Nazi Germany, was famous as the capitol of the cruel Assyrian Empire. Do the surviving nations of WWII glorify the Nazis, fawn over its heritage of death camps, and flock to its temple to Hitler? Videos posted online by ISIS show militants rampaging through Iraq’s Mosul Museum with pickaxes and sledgehammers make perfect sense in light of Nineveh’s contribution to Naziism.
  • Mari, which flourished in the Bronze Age between 3000 and 1600 B.C. with palaces, temples, and extensive archives written that shed light on the early days of civilisation in the region. has been looted systematically. Uhhmmm, just like America did in Baghdad, so what’s special about ISIS doing it? Oh. They’re not us. It’s all about competition.
  • Hatra was built in the third century B.C. as the capital of an independent kingdom on the outskirts of the Roman Empire. and named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985. Reportedly used as an ammo dump and training camp by ISIS beginning 2014, a video released by ISIS in April 2015 showed fighters using sledgehammers and automatic weapons to destroy sculptures in several of the site’s largest buildings. 
  • Nimrud was the first Assyrian capital, founded 3,200 years ago. Its rich decoration reflected the empire’s power and wealth – looted during war, people!! The site was excavated beginning in the 1840s by British archaeologists, who sent dozens of its massive stone sculptures to museums around the world, including New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and the British Museum in London. 

So the outrage isn’t at the destruction per se, but the loss of the ability of the Western nations to avail themselves of claiming and reviving the heritage for themselves.

Call me a terrorist, but isn’t the destruction of this heritage of carnage and  that exactly what YHVH calls his people to do?

“These are the statutes and judgments, which ye shall observe to do in the land, which the Lord God of thy fathers giveth thee to possess it, all the days that ye live upon the earth. Ye shall utterly destroy all the places, wherein the nations which ye shall possess served their gods, upon the high mountains, and upon the hills, and under every green tree: And ye shall overthrow their altars, and break their pillars, and burn their groves with fire; and ye shall hew down the graven images of their gods, and destroy the names of them out of that place.” (Deuteronomy 12:1-3)

“Josiah…reigned in Jerusalem one and thirty years. And he did that which was right in the sight of the Lord, and walked in the ways of David his father, and declined neither to the right hand, nor to the left...And [in the original performative destruction]  they brake down the altars of Baalim in his presence [sight prior to the availability of online videos] ; and the images, that were on high above them, he cut down; and the groves, and the carved images, and the molten images, he brake in pieces, and made dust of them, and strowed it upon the graves of them that had sacrificed unto them. And he burnt the bones of the priests upon their altars, and cleansed Judah and Jerusalem. And so did he in the cities of Manasseh, and Ephraim, and Simeon, even unto Naphtali, with their mattocks round about. And when he had broken down the altars and the groves, and had beaten the graven images into powder, and cut down all the idols throughout all the land of Israel, he…had purged the land.” (II Chronicles 34:1-8)

When compared to biblical commandments, the behavior of Christian Western nations behavior establishes that these nations are not godly at all.

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