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Mystery Babylon : The New World Order Unveiled

Mystery Babylon : The New World Order Unveiled
Catalog # SKU2885
Publisher TGS Publishing
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Author Name Clayton Douglas, Eli James
 
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Mystery Babylon

The New World Order Unveiled

An Israelite Handbook
for True Christians


by
Eli James
Clayton R. Douglas

This book will take you on a spiritual journey of an ordinary man who comes face to face with a conspiracy so vast and so evil that he was suddenly faced with making decisions that could and did overturn an heretofore orderly, happy life with a wife and family into attacks that continue to this day. Only recently has he been able to martial the support and strength to continue.

What if Jesus was absolutely accurate when he said,"I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer . . be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life. . . . Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee. Revelation 2:9-10, 3:9. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men's bones, and of all uncleanness. Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because ye build the tombs of the prophets, and garnish the sepulchres of the righteous, And say, If we had been in the days of our fathers, we would not have been partakers with them in the blood of the prophets. Wherefore ye be witnesses unto yourselves, that ye are the children of them which killed the prophets. Fill ye up then the measure of your fathers. Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell? Matthew 23:27-33

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Excerpt:

During WWI, the Rothschilds saw an opportunity to take Palestine away from the Arabs. In Daniel, Chapter 4 - as in Lev. 26 - we are confronted again with the concept of "Seven Times." This has to be as important as the Seven Times of Leviticus 26, for it is mentioned four times. (Dan. 4: 16, 23, 25, 32.) In this instance it is in relation to Nebuchadnezzar's second nightmare, in which a mighty tree is cut down and only a stump is left. In Verse 22, Daniel tells Nebuchadnezzar that the tree represents him and his kingdom, Babylon. But the cutting down of the tree means the end of his kingdom. In verse 23, the stump of the tree is banded with a band of iron and brass. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Bible explains:

"The word here used [for "stump"] implies that it was still alive, or that there was a germ which would send up a new shoot, so that the tree would live again. The idea is, that though the mighty tree would fall, yet there would remain vitality in the root, or the portion that would remain in the earth after the tree was cut down, and that this would spring up again - a most striking image of what would occur to Nebuchadnezzar after he should be cast down from his lofty throne, and be again restored to his reason and to power."

With regard to the Band of Iron and Brass, Mr. Barnes explains its purpose:

"This expression may be regarded as applicable either to the cut-down tree, or to the humbled monarch. If applied to the former, it would seem that the idea is that the stump or root of a tree, deemed so valuable, would be carefully secured by an enclosure of iron or brass, either in the form of a hoop placed round the top of the stump, to preserve it from being opened or cracked by the heat of the sun, so as to admit moisture, which would rot it; or around the roots, to bind it together, with the hope that it would grow again; or it may refer to a railing or enclosure of iron or brass, to keep it from being plowed or dug up as worthless. In either case, it would be guarded with the hope that a tree so valuable might spring up again." So, the purpose of the banding is to prevent the stump from dying. The stump is to be preserved for a future rebirth. Verses 33 & 34 describe how Nebuchadnezzar literally went through 7 years of madness, while living like a wild animal, only to be restored to his sanity and normal condition after this period of seven years.

But there is a prophetic meaning to this episode as well. We know from our previous encounters with the Seven Times prophecies that this expression represents 2,520 years. What was true for Nebuchadnezzar's personal life, in 7 literal years, would be true for the kingdom of Babylon - after Seven Times.

Daniel 2:1 tells us that Nebuchadnezzar "dreamed dreams" in the second year of his reign. What year did these dream occur?

Jehoiakim-2 Kings 23:36...During this king's reign Nebuchadnezzar came to Jerusalem for the first time and brought Judah under the domination of Babylon. Jehoiakim was confirmed as king in the year 605 b.c. We can fix this year without any doubt, because two eclipses established 605 b.c. as the date when Nebuchadnezzar began his reign. One of these eclipses took place in the fifth year of Nabopolassar, father of Nebuchadnezzar. We also know that Nebuchadnezzar came to the throne in his father's twenty-first year. The other eclipse took place on July 4, 568, when Nebuchadnezzar had ruled for 37 years. This places Nebuchadnezzar's accession to the throne in 605 b.c. Also, Daniel was taken to Babylon---

We have thus established that Nebuchadnezzar acceded to the throne of Babylon in the year 605 BC, two years after his father Nabopolassar had him attack Jerusalem. Dan. 1:1 tells us that this was in the third year King Jehoiakim's reign. Daniel must have been taken captive to Jerusalem that same year, as Dan. 2:1 informs us that, in the second year of Nebuchadnezzar's reign, this was when King Nebuchadnezzar had his nightmares, which only Daniel was able to interpret. This puts us in the year 604 BC.

Just as Nebuchadnezzar was driven from the company of men, the kingdom of Babylon was driven from the company of the other kingdoms. Nebuchadnezzar's Babylon was where the concept of fractional reserve banking was born. It was also where the concept of banker-advisors was born.

It was in ancient Babylon where promissory notes (receipts for goods) first began to circulate as money. These receipts took the form of clay tablets, pretty much like the characters in the "B.C." comic strip used to use! Here is how Professor L. R. Wray explains it: Tax payments [by farmers] became standardised in terms of quantities of wheat or barley grain. These grain standards formed the basis for all the early money of account units, such as the mina, shekel, lira, and pound. Money, then originated not as a cost minimizing medium of exchange, but as the unit of account in which debts to the palace (tax liabilities) were measured. As the area over which taxes were imposed increased, palaces found it useful to farm out tax collections to private farmers. The first evidence of lending at interest comes from the practice of payment of taxes by the tax farmers, who then took bondservants and charged interest on the village debts. ... The clay shubati (received) tablets record these and other debts. Each tablet indicated a quantity of grain, the word shubati, the name of the person by whom received, the date, and the seal of the receiver.

The tablets were either stored in temples where they would be safe from tampering, or sealed in cases, which would have to be broken to get to the tablet. Unlike the tablets stored in temples, the case tablets could and did circulate. A debt could be cancelled and taxes paid by delivering a tablet recording another's debt whereupon the case which recorded the cancelled debt could be broken to verify the debt terms. This was general practice for several thousand years ---. In other words, taxes, debts, and price lists existed for thousands of years, with clay tablets circulating before anyone had the bright idea of reducing transactions costs by creating money through stamping precious metals to coins. ... From the earliest times, markets operated on the basis of credits and debits, and even the smallest sales to consumers took place on credit, which could be carried on the books of the merchant for years before being cleared." - L. R. Wray, "Modern Money," from What Is Money? Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking, p.43, 44.

The same idea was later employed by bankers who held gold reserves on deposit for their customers. These customers were issued paper receipts for their gold. Because it was inconvenient for most people to lug the gold around for sales and purchases, they began to use the receipts as currency instead of the actual gold. The possessor of the receipt could then take the receipt to the bank and collect his gold, if he needed it. This was how our first paper money began to circulate, as receipts for gold. The Babylonians were already doing this, thousands of years ago, with their clay tablets.

Babylon was also the source of many pagan religious concepts, which were imported by Herod the Great into the religion of Judea, which became known as Pharisaism. Herod even imported priests from Babylon to serve as High Priest in Judea. Pharisaism is the true beginning of Judaism.

Concerning the religious nature of these clay tablets, we are informed: Of considerable comparative value are the masses of tablets containing rituals, hemerologies, liturgies, general incantantions of the Shurpu and Maqlu class, since they have many points of contact with the Pentateuch (though the differences are far more numerous, of course). A very large part of the religious literature is devoted to magic and divination: astrology, liver divination (hepatoscopy), lecanomancy (oil dropped into water), oneiromancy (divination by dreams), omens from monstrous births, etc., etc. This vast literature is of great importance for the history of the culture, and since Accadian magic and divination spread throughout the Near East as early as the second millennium BC, it is significant because it enables us clearly to understand the nature of the ideas against which the religious leaders of Israel struggled ceaselessly for a thousand years." - William F. Albright, Recent Discoveries in Bible Lands, Chapter 3.. What Professor Albright is describing is witchcraft.

The fact is that True Israel is still combating this Babylonian religion today. The name of this religion is Judaism. It is quite amazing that virtually all of the Judeo-Christian theologians are aware of the fact that Judaism retains Babylonian witchcraft in the Talmud, especially in the Zohar and the Cabala, yet none of them ever bring these facts to light. The deep, dark secret of Judaism is that it is Satanism disguised as Mosaism. The pages of the Cabala and the Zohar are filled with the same spells, incantations and magic as was practiced in ancient Babylon. That is because that's where the Cabala and the Zohar originated. This religious rubbish has been preserved in the Talmud; and there are many rabbis who teach it and preach it. In fact, the pop singer, Modanna, is one of their most famous converts.

These Babylonian traditions found their way into Judea during the reign of Herod the Great. It was the Pharisees who introduced these Babylonian traditions into Judea, because Babylon was the source of these ideas, which were grafted onto the Mosaic traditions by these same Pharisees.



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