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The Tammuz Tree - Pendro - Nocturne Convolute (CDr, Album)

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  1. • The sunrise to sunset fast of the 4th month (Zec. ) on the 17th of Tammuz, begins the three weeks of mourning for the destruction of both Temples. It ends on Tisha B'Av (the 9th of Av), the actual day the Temples were destroyed. • Tammuz is the month that Moses sent the spies to the Land of Israel (to see it, and give a report). Reuben.
  2. Nimrod married Semiramis who was his sister and Mother and they begat Tammuz on December 25 (false Christ). Tammuz the false Christ is the product of pedophilia, incest and child molestation. Book of Jubilees. In the Book of Jubilees (– BC) the names .
  3. This custom of weeping for Tammuz is referred to in the Bible in the only passage where the name occurs (Ezek ). The chief seat of the cult in Syria was Gebal (modern Gebail, Greek Bublos) in Phoenicia, to the South of which the river Adonis (Nahr Ibrahim) has its mouth, and its source is the magnificent fountain of Apheca (modern `Afqa.
  4. During the year exile in Babel, this day was the fourth public fast day, but after the breaking of the wall of the Second Temple on the 17th of Tammuz, the fast of commemoration was switched to that day. (Talmud, Rosh Hashanah and Tur Orach Chaim ) June 20, Jews were massacred in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.
  5. Jun 20,  · Tammuz 8 February, - Caleb Strom Christianity has its origins in a Middle Eastern religion, Judaism, so it is little surprise that there are some residual similarities between Christian theological thought and ancient Middle Eastern.
  6. Also, "the cross represents the Tree of Life", the age-old fertility symbol, combining the vertical male and horizontal female principles, especially in Egypt, either as an ordinary cross, or better known in the form of the crux ansata, the Egyptian ankh (sometimes called the Tau cross), which had been carried over into our modern-day symbol of.
  7. Dec 19,  · In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Truth about Christmas and Tammuz, Nehemia Gordon connects with Dr. Richard Carrier, an expert in ancient religions who reads Greek and Roman texts the way Nehemia reads ancient basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfo Carrier uses his expertise to help Nehemia sort out the genuine pagan influences on Christmas from modern-day myths projected back in time by "dodgy" .
  8. Tammuz, alabaster relief from Ashur, c. bc; in the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Germany. (Image: Foto Marburg/Art Resource, New York) It is true that Tammuz was called a shepherd like Jesus, but this would not be surprising for a pastoralist society to use the term shepherd to .
  9. Tammuz (sprout of life), properly "the Tammuz," the article indicating that at some time or other the word had been regarded as an appellative.(Ezekiel ) Jerome identifies Tammuz with Adonis, of Grecian mythology, who was fabled to have lost his wife while hunting, by a wound from the tusk of a wild basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfo was greatly beloved by the goddess Venus, who was inconsolable at his loss.

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