The Cross… “of Tammuz”!
Tammuz, the second member of the
pagan Babylonian Trinity, the incarnation of God in the flesh, is the false
messiah of the religion created by Semaramis (the Whore mentioned in
Revelation). Yahuah has commanded us (His people) to “come out of her” and cease
prostituting out the worship of the ONE true God to others.
The symbol of “the son of The LORD god Baal” in the pagan
religion of Babylon was a cross. It is called
The Cross of Tammuz.
This cross was worn on the head dresses of the Babylonians
and breastplates of priests and warriors alike in honor of Tammuz. The cross
was a representation of “T” in Tammuz and his symbol “x”.
The cross is a
tradition of the Church, which
our fathers have inherited, and is where we adopted the words "cross"
and "crucify". These words are nowhere to be found in the Greek versions
of the New Testament.
These words are mistranslations, a "later
rendering", of the Greek words stauros and stauroo which mean stake and
impale on a stake.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
primarily, an upright pole or stake ... Both the noun and the verb stauroo, to
fasten to a stake or pole, are originally to be distinguished from
the ecclesiastical form of a two-beamed cross. The shape of the latter had its
origin in ancient Chaldea (Babylon), and was used as the symbol of the god
Tammuz (being in the shape of the mystic Tau, the initial of his name)
... By the middle of the 3rd century A.D. at the Council of Nicea the churches
had either departed from, or had travestied, certain doctrines of The Faith
found in The Bible.
In order to increase the prestige of the apostate
ecclesiastical system (known as Christianity) pagans were received into the
churches apart from regeneration by faith, and were permitted
largely to retain their pagan signs and symbols. Hence the Tau or T, in its
most frequent form, with the cross piece lowered, was adopted and to this day
remains the “symbol” of Jesus (Tammuz) or the X.
The most commonly encountered
Christogram in English-speaking countries in modern times is the X (or more
accurately, Greek letter chi) in the abbreviation Xmas (for
"Christmas"), which represents the first letter of the word Christ.
We see that the “cross” is not in the Bible at all, but
rather predates the New Testament in all pagan religions.
Dr. Bullinger, in the
Companion Bible, appx. 162, states,
"crosses were used as
symbols of the Babylonian Sun-god (Tammuz)... Constantine was a Sun-god
worshipper ... The evidence is complete, that Yahusha was put to death upon an
upright stake, not on two pieces of timber”
Rev. Alexander Hislop, The
Two Babylons, pp. 197-205,
frankly calls the cross
"this Pagan symbol ... the Tau, the sign of the cross, the indisputable
sign of Tammuz, the false Messiah ... the mystic Tau of the Chaldeans
(Babylonians) and Egyptians - the true original form of the letter T the
initial of the name of Tammuz ... the Babylonian cross was
emblem of Tammuz."
In the Encyclopaedia
Britannica, 11th edition, vol. 14, p. 273,
we read, "In the Egyptian
churches the cross was a pagan symbol of life borrowed by the pagan-Christians
and interpreted in the pagan manner." Jacob Grimm, in his Deutsche
Mythologie, says that the Teutonic (Germanic) tribes had their idol Thor,
symbolized by a hammer, while the Roman Pagans had their crux (cross). It was
thus somewhat easier for the Teutons to accept the Roman Cross.
Greek dictionaries, lexicons and other study books also
declare the primary meaning of stauros to be an upright pale, pole or stake.
The secondary meaning of "cross" is admitted by them to be a
"later" rendering to accommodate Rome. At least two of them do not
even mention "cross", and only render the meaning as "pole or
In spite of this strong evidence and proof that the word
stauros should have been translated "stake", and the verb stauroo to
have been translated "impale", almost all the common modern versions
of the Scriptures persist with the Latin Vulgate's crux (cross), a fallacious
"later" rendering of the Greek stauros. Why then was the
"cross" (crux) brought into the Faith? And why are our modern
English Bibles implicit in this lie?
Again, historical evidence points to Constantine as the one
who had the major share in uniting Sun-worship and the Messianic Faith into a
modern day version of The Mystery Religion of Babylon. We
will look in depth at the history and evolution of Christianity in my next book,
Christianity: The Great Deception and see exactly what happened.
Constantine's famous vision of "the cross superimposed
on the sun", in the year 312, is usually cited. Writers, ignorant of the
fact that the cross was not to be found in the New Testament Scriptures, put
much emphasis on this vision as the onset of the so-called
"conversion" of Constantine. But, unless Constantine had been
misguided by the Gnostic Manichean half-Christians, who indeed used the cross
in their hybrid religion, this vision of the cross superimposed on the sun
could only be the same old cosmic religion, the astrological religion of Babylon. The fact remains: that which Constantine saw, is nowhere to be found in
Scripture. But rather was a common symbol of his god… the Sungod. Constantine
had just a few years prior converted to The Cult of Sol Invictus! Constantine
worshipped Christos Mithras and the followers of Mithra were called Christians.
I prove this too, in this book series. So looking up to his “sungod” seeing the
cross of Tammuz should have been expected and understood for what it really was.
There was a REASON why he was bowing down to the “sun” in the first place. Constantine
did not convert to the Jewish High Priest and Messiah Yahusha. He converted the
world to his existing religion that was known at that time as ‘Christianity’.
We read in the book of Johannes Geffcken, The Last Days of
Greco-Roman Paganism, p.319, "that even after 314 A.D. the coins of Constantine show an even-armed cross as a symbol for the Sun-god." This is the symbol
of all sun worshipping religion as I have stated. This equidistant cross is the
cut-out of the center of The Zodiac. Many scholars have doubted the
"conversion" of Constantine because of the wicked deeds that he did
afterwards, and because of the fact that he only requested to be baptized on
his death-bed many years later, in the year 337. His coins to the day he died
read “Sol Invictus Committi” or “committed to the invincible sun”. The
Catholic Encyclopedia even admits Constantine’s conversion was a legend and
should be stricken from our literature entirely.
Farley ed., vol. xiv, pp. 370-1
The smooth generalization, which
so many historians are content to repeat, that Constantine "embraced the
Christian religion" and subsequently granted "official
toleration", is "contrary to historical fact" and should be
erased from our literature forever (Catholic
Encyclopedia, Pecci ed., vol. iii, p. 299, passim).
Simply put, Constantine was already a ‘Christian’ a follower
of Christos Mithras and the Church acknowledges that the tale of his
"conversion" and "baptism" are "entirely
legendary". So, if the vision of the cross impressed him, and was used as
a rallying symbol, it could not have been in honor of Yahusha, because
Constantine continued paying homage to the Sun-deity and to one of the
Sun-deity's symbols, the cross until the day he died. This
continuation of Sun-worship by Constantine is demonstrated by the images of the
Sun-deity on his coins that were issued by him up to the year 323. Secondly,
the fact of his motivation to issue his Sunday-keeping edict in the year 321,
which was not done in honor of Yahusha, but was done because of the
"venerable day of the Invincible Sun". This edict is proof of Constantine’s
continued allegiance to Sol Invictus.
Where did the cross come from, then? J.C. Cooper,
Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Traditional Symbols, p. 45, aptly
"Cross - A universal symbol
from the most remote times; it is the cosmic symbol par excellence." Yes,
the cross is THE mark or cosmic symbol of The Zodiac of all pagan sun
worshipping religions “par excellence”. Other authorities also call it a
sun-symbol, a Babylonian sun-symbol, an astrological Babylonian-Assyrian and
heathen sun-symbol, also in the form of an encircled cross referred to as a
"solar wheel", and many other varieties of crosses. The cross with
the sun in the background is taken directly from the center of The Zodiac:
This symbol of the Sun from the center part of The Zodiac is
the exact symbol of Christianity:
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 the female,
well known in biology.
As stated above, the indisputable sign of Tammuz, the mystic
Tau of the Babylonians and Egyptians, was brought into the Church chiefly
because of Constantine, and has since been adored with all the homage due only
to the Most High.
The Protestants have for many years refrained from undue
adoration of, or homage to the cross, especially in England at the time of the
Puritans in the 16th - 17th centuries. But lately this un-Scriptural symbol has
been increasingly accepted in Protestantism and now widely believed to be a
symbol of the Messiah.
We have previously discussed "the weeping for
Tammuz", and the similarity between the Easter resurrection and the return
or rising of Tammuz. Tammuz was the young incarnate Sun, the Sun-divinity
incarnate. This same Sun-deity, known amongst the Babylonians as Tammuz, was
identified with the Greek Adonis and with the Phoenician Adoni, and the Roman
Mithras. All of them Sun-deities, being slain in winter, then being "wept
for", and their return being celebrated by a festivity in spring, while
some had it in summer - according to the myths of pagan idolatry.
The evidence for its pagan origin is so convincing that The
Catholic Encyclopedia admits that "the sign of the cross, represented
in its simplest form by a crossing of two lines at right angles, greatly antedates,
in both East and the West, the introduction of Christianity. It goes back to a
very remote period of human civilization." That remote “period” they
fail to identify is Babylon!
The Catholic Encyclopedia then continues reverence to the
Tau cross of the pagan Egyptians, "In later times the Egyptian
Christians (Copts), attracted by its form, and perhaps by its symbolism,
adopted it as the emblem of the cross." That is because the Egyptian
god Horus was another incarnation of Tammuz. Further proof of its pagan origin
is the recorded evidence of the Vestal Virgins of pagan Rome having the cross
hanging on a necklace, and the Egyptians doing it too, as early as the 15th
century B.C.E. The Buddhists, and numerous other sects of India, also used the
sign of the cross as a mark on their follower’s heads. The cross thus widely
worshipped, or regarded as a 'sacred emblem', was the unequivocal symbol of
Bacchus (Tammuz), the Babylonian Messiah, for he was represented with a head-band
covered with crosses. It was also the symbol of Jupiter Foederis in Rome. Furthermore, we read of the cross on top of the temple of Serapis, the Sun-deity of
Alexandria. This is Tammuz, whom the Greeks called Bacchus, with the crosses on
After Constantine had the "vision of the cross",
he and his army promoted another variety of the cross, the Chi-Rho or Labarum.
The identical symbols were found as inscriptions on a rock, dating from the
year ca. 2500 B.C., the time of Babylon the Great, being interpreted as "a
combination of two Sun-symbols". The Ax or Hammer-symbol of the Sun- or
Sky-deity is the ancient symbol of the Sun. These signs having a sensual or
fertility meaning as well in the cult of Babylon.
Another proof of its pagan origin is the identical symbol found
on a coin of Ptolemeus III from the year 247 - 222 B.C. A well-known
encyclopedia describes the Labarum (Chi-Rho) as, "The labarum was also an
emblem of the Chaldean (Babylonian) sky-god and in Christianity it was
adopted..."Emperor Constantine adopted this Labarum as the imperial ensign
and thereby succeeded in "uniting both divisions of his troops, pagans and
Christians, in a common worship”. According to Suicer, the word (labarum) came
into use in the reign of Hadrian, and was probably adopted from one of the
nations conquered by the Romans. "It must be remembered that Hadrian
reigned in the years 76 - 138, that he was a pagan emperor, worshipped the
Sun-deity Serapis when he visited Alexandria, and was vehemently
anti-Judaistic, being responsible for the final near-destruction of Jerusalem
in the year 130.
“Cross of Tammuz” and the Mark of the Beast
I go into great detail on this mark in my book,
Antichrist Revealed! I will cover some of that book here because this
mark of the Cross of Tammuz, which represents the Babylonian Trinity, was the
mark of that religion on their foreheads! This mark of Tammuz was depicted on
the forehead of Aphrodite (Semaramis the mother of Tammuz). In the image above,
we see the mark of the Cross of Tammuz on the forehead of the goddess Ishtar
dating back to Babylon! What is the "mark of the beast" of which we
read in Rev 13:16-17, Rev 14:9-11, Rev 15:2, Rev 16:2, Rev 19:20 and Rev 20:4 -
a mark on people's foreheads and on their right hands? Rev 14:11 reveals the
mark to be "the mark of his (the beast's) name." Have we not read
about the mystic Tau, the T, the initial of Tammuz's name, his mark? This same
letter T (Tau) was written in Egyptian hieroglyphics and in the old Wemitic
languages as, representing the cross.
This is the “mark” literally made on the foreheads of
Christians in the Catholic Church. We are led as sheep to the slaughter into
Babylonian worship of Tammuz in the image and name of “Jesus”. This practice
takes place in many protesting Catholic (Protestant) Churches across the world
on “Ash” Wednesday! Following in the Babylonian tradition each year as they
“mark” their followers with this same mark on their forehead:
Let us rather use the true rendering of the Scriptural words
stauros and stauro, namely "stake" and "impale" and
eliminate the un-Scriptural "cross" and "crucify". The
early Church Fathers attested to the use of the sign of the cross and that it
is the Seal or Mark of Christianity; the mark that opposes The Shema.
Tertullian (d. ca. 250) described the commonness of the sign of the
all our travels and movements, in all our coming in and going out, in putting
on our shoes, at the bath, at the table, in lighting our candles, in lying
down, in sitting down, whatever employment occupies us,
we mark our
foreheads with the sign of the cross"
(De corona, 30).
St. Cyril of Jerusalem (d. 386) in his Catechetical Lectures stated,
us then not be ashamed to confess the Crucified.
Be the cross
our seal, made with boldness by our fingers
on our brow and in everything; over the bread we eat and the cups we drink, in
our comings and in our goings out; before our sleep, when we lie down and when
we awake; when we are traveling, and when we are at rest" (Catecheses,
Gradually, the sign of the cross was incorporated in
different acts of the Mass, such as the three-fold signing of the forehead,
lips, and heart. Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent which is the Babylonian
ritual of “Weeping for Tammuz”. Occurring 46 days before Easter