PART 7: FINAL ONLINE ENTRY IN THE ABADDON ASCENDING ARTICLES SERIES
The Coming Clash of the Titans and God’s Holy War
In the last string of pages in the book we are set to release on December 6, 2017, Abaddon Ascending (with the biggest giveaway in our company history), we note how Isaiah marks the end of time by destruction of Babylon (Iraq) and the return of terrible giants (Nephilim) when God commands a “ruler” to “open the gates,” releasing giants to fulfill His wrath. What God did in Egypt when “He cast upon them the fierceness of His anger…by sending evil angels among them” (Psalm 78:49; emphasis added), he will do again. Yet, Isaiah’s prophecy is additionally fascinating given that Nimrod, the designer of the Tower of Babel—the “gate of god”—was himself a Nephilim (Gibborim; see 1 Chronicles 1:10).
In Cydonia: The Secret Chronicles of Mars, David E. Flynn takes this a step further, connecting Nimrod’s construction of the Tower of Babel to the rebel planet Mars: “Nimrod…a giant of the race of Nephilim…authored the plan for the tower…[and was] associated in myth with Nergal, the Babylonian god of Mars.… The Tower of Babel was a tower to Mars.”[i]
On the same page of his astonishing book, Flynn points out:
Symbolism used by the mystery schools illuminated the writings of Italian poet Dante, who [also] wrote of the connections between the Tower of Babel, Giants and Mars. Intriguingly, Dante identified Mars with Satan. Paradiso Canto IX:127–142:
Florence, the city founded by Mars, that Satan who first turned his back on his Maker, and from whose envy such great grief has come, coins and spreads that accursed lily flower, that has sent the sheep and lambs astray, since it has made a wolf of the shepherd.…
The ancient Cabiri (Gibborim) who built Cyclopean walls and megalithic fortresses took many forms, but they all originated from the same place. They came down from heaven to the earth. According to ancient Sumerian myth, when Nergal the god of Mars was ejected from heaven he descended with…demons.[ii]
Thus not only was Nimrod a Nephilim, not only did he design the Tower of Babel (“gate of god”), and not only was he associated with Mars and built the tower of Babel to the rebel prison planet, but he, like other giants, was daimonic (demonic) in origin. The significance of this cannot be overlooked. Babel was a Nephilim gateway, and it is prophesied to be the future location from which “gates” open and “giants” return.
Windows of Heaven, Gateways of Hell
How close to the surface of the earth is the dwelling place of angels? Of demons? Of God? I (Tom) ask this because human nature tends to place the physical (for want of a better term) location of these domains far out into space. Yet, what if the “heavens” are so close as to have been reached upon tall mountains or towers? The Nephilim had intimate knowledge of the original planet earth before the heavens were closed up and before God no longer walked with man in the cool of the evening.
Did the Nephilim—as offspring of fallen angels—know something about the periphery of Kosmos and/or the throne room of God that we don’t? Did they know that in some way these locations are just above our heads? Is this why holy people throughout time have felt driven subconsciously to ascend mountains in search of God? Is this why scriptural and extrabiblical literature universally depicts metaphors of heaven attained upon elevated platforms—Jacob’s ladder, Quetzalcoatl’s ladder, the gods upon the Mount of Olympus, the feet of the returning Christ upon the Mount of Olives, Moses receiving the Law from God upon Sinai, and the Watchers descending upon Mount Hermon? Is this why Nimrod the Nephilim built the tower of Babel at a specific location so that its top would reach into “heaven?” Is that why, just prior to the stoning of Stephen in Acts 7:54–60, he was able to describe heaven in such close physical proximity when he said, “Behold, I see the heavens opened, and the Son of man standing on the right hand of God” (v. 56)?
Scientist Stan Deyo has done analysis of a Tower of Babel stele (stone slab monument depicting a carving of the tower) with speculation about whether the original Tower of Babel was actually designed to facilitate reaching “the heavens” as indicated in the comments prior. Was it a building whose top was high enough to allow higher-dimensional beings to descend slowly while discharging voltage directly into the lower energy density universe? Deyo notes the uppermost portion of the stele seems to show a “bright” or burning circular area, while the edges of the tower layers themselves are smooth like a high voltage insulator, as if for dissipating electricity. Stan emphasizes that the analysis is inconclusive but interesting, given that beings who descended from heaven were typically accompanied by fire or lightning (electrical discharge?), while beings who ascend from lower energy densities (regions) tend to cool the atmosphere, such as in the classic “ghost” entering a room. Ancient artwork that may support this theory is widespread throughout ancient times, including depictions of gods accompanied by fire.
One also cannot help but wonder if freemasons involved in the design of United States currency didn’t know something of the meaning of gods descending on towers when they placed a brilliant, all-seeing eye above the pyramid on the back of the dollar bill, or when similar initiates of Mystery Religion designed the Pentagon’s data mining service—the Information Awareness Office. And did you ever wonder why the top stone of the Great Pyramid is not in place?
On the one hand, the idea that “heaven” is just above our heads could bring comfort, to conceptualize God and His angels in such close proximity. On the other hand, this notion brings significance to the prophecies of Isaiah regarding earthly Babel-gates opening at the end of time during a period of war in Iraq when, according to the prophet, the earth will be invaded by destructive, emerging Nephilim.
Are beings even now pressing against “brass gates” of Kosmos, anticipating God’s command for a “ruler” to open these gates?
(Kind of makes you wonder if NASA and DARPA’s work on developing a tower into space made from carbon nanotubes, and a space elevator, is reverse engineering of technology recovered from Iraq or something needed for the return of the Sumerian gods!?)
When Daniel Fought the Gatekeeper
Earlier, we discussed the book of Daniel, chapter 10, when Gabriel appeared to say that “from the first day thou didst set thine heart to understand, and to chasten thyself before thy God, they words were heard, and I am come for thy words” (Daniel 10:12).
To revisit the question from earlier in our wrap-up: Why did it take Gabriel twenty-one days to arrive? Because a powerful Persian influence/demon/fallen angel (identified in Persian theology as Ahriman) had opposed him, and it was not until Michael, the archangel, came to help was Gabriel free to continue his journey.
In the book of Daniel, the influence/demon/fallen angel is simply called “the prince of the kingdom of Persia” (Iraq/Iran). He was the Babel gatekeeper, as fictionalized in our book— The Ahriman Gate.
God also revealed to Daniel (chapter 7) other types of earthly “kingdom” influences: the Babylonian, the Medo-Persian, the Greek, and the Roman, each of which was mere human agencies under the control of supernatural powers. The principality of the Medo-Persian kingdom was depicted as a warmongering spirit seeking to dominate through military aggression, while its predecessor Babylonia was characterized by “forces” pretending to the throne of God.
Throughout the Bible, spiritual Babylon is equivalent to the world system that is at enmity with God. Babylon began at the Tower of Babel, where at the macro level Satan’s strategy to incarnate a one-world system was first attempted. It now appears that it will also end there, as the world hurdles toward a final climactic encounter with giants…and their “ruler.”
Forerunner of the Giants?
Preceding Daniel’s visit by Gabriel, a dream from Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, gave Daniel insight concerning these kingdoms and the final “revived” empire that will ultimately provide the grand entry for the mother (or should we sayfather?!) of all Nephilim—the Antichrist of end-times prophecy. Daniel’s prediction is amazing in light of the extraordinary references made in 2:43: “And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.”
The personal pronoun “they,” who “shall mingle themselves with the seed of men” caused Chuck Missler and Mark Eastman, in their book Alien Encounters, to ask appropriately: “Just what (or who) are ‘mingling with the seed of men?’ Who are these Non-seed? It staggers the mind to contemplate the potential significance of Daniel’s passage and its implications for the future global governance.”[iii]
When Daniel’s prophecy is coupled with Genesis 3, an incredible tenet emerges—that Satan has seed, and it is at enmity with Christ!
And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. (Genesis 3:15)
The word translated here as “seed” is the Hebrew word zera, which means “offspring, descendants, children.”
Is Satan’s “posterity” lurking behind gates, waiting for a final opportunity to mingle with human DNA, as in days of old? Is this the method by which the Nephilim will return? Is this, as noted earlier in this series concerning demoniality, the method by which Antichrist himself will be incarnated? If Genesis 6 is truly an account of rebel angels leaving their assigned habitation and cohabiting with human females—out of which union mutant life forms were born—is it reasonable to assume that Satan, as a fallen angel, already has, or will be allowed, ability to copulate with a woman?
Let’s take one last look at this blip from The Ahriman Gate:
That’s correct. According to the Bible, the Antichrist will be “the son of perdition,” the male progeny of the Greek apoleia, or Apollyon. The implication couldn’t be clearer—the Man of Sin will be the physical offspring of the destroyer demon, a transgenic of the highest order.[iv]
The Father of Nephilim and the Son of Perdition
Some believe that in the very near future a man of superior intelligence, wit, charm, and diplomacy will descend from the clouds or otherwise emerge on the world scene as a savior. He will seemingly possess a transcendent wisdom that enables him to solve problems and offer solutions to many of today’s most perplexing issues. His popularity will be widespread, and his fans will include young and old, religious and non-religious, male and female. Talk show hosts will interview his colleagues, news anchors will cover his movements, scholars will applaud his uncanny ability at resolving what has escaped the rest of us, and the poor will bow down at his table. He will, in every human way, appeal to the best idea of society. But his profound comprehension and irresistible presence will be the result of an invisible network of thousands of years of collective knowledge. He will represent the embodiment of a very old and superintelligent spirit. As Jesus Christ was the “seed” of the woman, he will be the “seed” of the serpent (Genesis 3:15). Although his arrival in the form of a man was foretold by numerous Scriptures, the broad masses of the world will not recognize him as the ultimate transgenic incarnation—the “beast” of Revelation 13:1.
It’s been assumed for centuries that a prerequisite for the coming of the Antichrist would be the “revived” world order of Daniel’s prophecy—an umbrella under which national boundaries dissolve, and ethnic groups, ideologies, religions, and economics from around the world, orchestrate a single and dominant sovereignty. Such a system will supposedly be free of religious and political extremes, and membership will tolerate the philosophical and cultural differences of its constituents. Except for minor nonconformity, war, intolerance, and hunger will be a thing of the past. At the head of the utopian administration, a single personality will surface. He will appear to be a man of distinguished character, but will ultimately become “a king of fierce countenance” (Daniel 8:23). With imperious decree, he will facilitate a one-world government, a universal religion, and global socialism. Those who refuse his New World Order will inevitably be imprisoned or destroyed, until at last he exalts himself “above all that is called God, or that is worshiped, so that he, as God, sitteth in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God” (2 Thessalonians 2:4).
For many years, the idea that such an “Orwellian” society would arise—where a one-world government oversees the smallest details of our lives and where human liberties are abandoned—was considered an anathema. The concept that rugged individualism could be sacrificed for an anesthetized, universal harmony was repudiated by America’s greatest minds. Then, in the 1970s, things began to change. Following a call by Nelson Rockefeller for the creation of a “new world order,” presidential candidate Jimmy Carter campaigned, saying, “We must replace balance-of-power politics with world-order politics.”[v] Evidently he struck a chord with world leaders. During the 1980s, President George Bush Sr. continued the one-world dirge by announcing over national television that “a new world order” had arrived. Following the initial broadcast, President Bush addressed the Congress and made the additional comment:
What is at stake is more than one small country [Kuwait]; it is a big idea: a new world order, where diverse nations are drawn together in common cause to achieve the universal aspirations of mankind—peace and security, freedom, and the rule of law. Such is a world worthy of our struggle, and worthy of our children’s future.[vi]
Ever since the president’s astonishing newscast, a parade of political and religious leaders has discharged a profusion of rhetoric aimed at implementing the goals of the New World Order. Concurrent with the political aspects of the NWO is the syncretistic and spiritual goals of New Agers, Dominionists, some modern evangelicals and even the pope! The blending of politics and spirituality, such as is occurring in these movements, harmonizes perfectly with the ideas of an end-time marriage of government policy and religious creed as was prophesied in the Bible. To that end, the tools necessary for paganism’s ultimate incarnation—the god-king of the Great Tribulation (Satan in the flesh)—are in place. The “gods” have been revived through modern mysticism. The pagan agenda of governing by “divine representation” is being constructed. The governments of the world are uniting beneath a one-world banner, and the earth’s masses stand at the brink of a decisive moment in time.
According to our new book Abaddon Ascending, this is the unfolding of an ancient scheme. At the core of the conspiracy, a leader of indescribable brutality is scheduled to appear. He will make the combined depravities of Antiochus Epiphanes, Hitler, Stalin, and Genghis Khan—all of whom were architypes of the Antichrist—look like Pee Wee Herman’s Playhouse. He will raise his fist, “speaking great things…in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven” (Revelation 13:5–6). As he champions worship of the gods who comes through portals, he will cause “that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed” (Revelation 13:15). “The King of Babylon,” as he is called in Isaiah 14, will revive the Babylonian mystery religion—“the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird” where merchants of the earth trade in “souls of men” and where “the blood of prophets, and of saints” is found (Revelation 18:2, 13, 24).