Nimrod and Constantine

Nimrod and Constantine

It was Emperor Constantine who started Christianity.
He had changed Yahweh’s Word which was insanity.
Just so he could deceive the world and all humanity.
This was done for control and for his own self vanity.


Nimrod and Constantine are two of the same,
To deceive humanity was their whole game.
This is why both of them are fully to blame
And why they both will burn in the flame.


Constantine’s vision of the Cross he would sell,
So in Nimrod’s paganism humanity would dwell.
If Christians knew the truth surely they would yell,
Because in their beliefs, they would all go to hell.


This Babylonian religion will be destroyed by the King,
Yahweh Messiah to Him believers will securely cling.
That’s when His people, a new song they will sing,
When Yahweh ends this Babylonian religious thing.

My poems: “False Messiah And King (1st Seal); “The Deceitful Tree”; “House Of Christianity”; “Inherited Lies” and “Christianity” all tell the rest of the story. This poem is about the beginning and end of the Papacy and Pope and this false Babylonian religious system. Nimrod was the first Pontifex Maximus (Pope).  Constantine was the first Pontifex Maximus (Pope) of the Holy Roman Empire.  The very reasons why the Pope today holds the title Pontifex Maximus and why he is called Pope and he will rule the Holy One World Empire from Jerusalem.  What Constantine did was changed secular over religious to religious over secular and why the Papacy a religious government exists today.  Pope Urban said, “Since Christianity is the only true religion and Jerusalem is the one and Holy City, that he (Pope) should rule over it.”
About The Picture:
Dagon represents Nimrod resurrecting out of the ocean depths as a half-man, half-fish. In the worship of Dagon, the high priest of paganism (Pontifex Maximus)  would wear a garment created from a huge fish.  Nineveh and Babylon show the connection between Dagon the fish-deity and the Pope’s Mitre.
© 6 years ago, GaryW.Stanfield   

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