Sun worship. It’s been around since the second generation after the Great Flood when it showed up in Babylon under King Nimrod and his wife, Queen Semiramus, and it’s still going strong today, especially in North Korea. 320 more words
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Well, that bandage around his head isn’t… wrapped… around his head. That’s just, magically, pulling his hair up… Also, shadows don’t work that way.
So, my criticism is limited because I only watched 1 episode but I understand that there’s a pretty huge problem with the anime that completely dooms it right from the start. 894 more words
The next time we see the Babylonian Mystery Religion and this may possibly where it gets its name is with the introduction of Nimrod.
The Scriptures tell us that he was a mighty man and hunter before the Lord (many believe that the proper meaning of this is that he was a hunter of man). 1,136 more words
N is for Nimrod, the Indian who made it into the Essex Court Records a few times. At first, he was like most of the other Native Americans from the area and hoped that the Puritans would help to defend his tribe against their more aggressive enemies. 1,234 more words