February 2005 (Archived) - Many
know the age-old story of the tower of
Babel. We know the word babbling, which came
directly from it. Most only remember the
part in which the language of the builders
was changed, so that they could no longer
understand each other.
The tower had an enormous symbolical
significance. It was a sign of the political
power of Babylon. Nimrod's Babylon, to be
Nimrod, definitely the first globalist.
He founded Babylon as a system to keep
people in slavery, working for him while he
"protected" them against enemies
by building walls around his
"subjects". He called it
"civilization" and spread it
across the planet as fast as he could.
He invaded peoples land, lives, thoughts,
and even their worshipping of the Creator.
All in the name of bringing
What he did, of course, was building the
global empire. And what he started, was
furthered by his successors until this day.
The leaders today are spiritually rooted in
ancient Babylon. At one of their favorite
retreats, in the Californian forests, every
year a ritual called "Cremation of
Care" is being conducted. It is a
bizarre ritual in which the ancient Gods of
Babylon are not only being called upon,
there are actual sacrifices that accompany
this religious ritual.
This "Church for the rich" has a
membership list that reads like a who's who
of the power elite. Just type in
"Bohemian Grove" at a search
engine and you will find out that this is
all recorded on video and available for
download on the Internet.
Should it be a surprise that the leaders of
today, who are all active globalists, like
the leader of yesterday, who were all active
globalists, have the same religion?
Of course not. Since the days of Nimrod,
many succeeding "empires" proved
to be exact "copies" of their
predecessors, with a few cultural
Are they "copies"? In a way, yes.
But I would rather call them Perpetual
stages of Globalization.
A plan from ancient times.
All for this one goal: a Global Empire with
Babylon's god on the throne.
Nimrod didn't build the tower, as the story
goes, to reach into the universe. Oh yes,
there are many writers today who make good
use of this idea. Zechariah Sitchin, Erich
von Daniken, and others like to speculate on
this idea and write sensational stories
about UFO's and landing platforms.
Like the ones who think the tower is all
about language, they too miss the point.
It's not about technicalities. It's not
about how the tower was built, and if there
were UFO's and little green men. It's not
about which language they used.
It's about what it means, what it
symbolizes. And the tower symbolized the
Global Empire of Babylon. Everyone who
looked at the Tower knew that.
Everyone who looked at the Twin Towers in
New York knew exactly the same. The word,
"world trade center" reveals how
they symbolized the global economic empire
of today's phase of Babylon.
But where today's Twin Towers were destroyed
to rebuild them, the first Tower was
destroyed by the First Anti-Globalist, the
There's something mystical behind
globalization. It is a religion, it is the
strive towards a world government which will
naturally be fascist. The ones who work at
the heart of globalization are all deeply
They want to finish the work that Nimrod
And they don't deny it either. How many
times have we not heard how "the
Americans" are destroying the
"Cradle Of Civilization" in their
destruction of Iraq? And how many times have
we not heard that George Bush was doing the
right thing because Saddam Hussein was
"re-building Babylon" and viewed
himself as a modern age Nebuchadnezzar?
Of course, Saddam Hussein was only a CIA
asset. Everyone knows how Saddam was brought
to and maintained in power by "the
Americans". And everyone knows how
crazy he was.
Within the inner circle of Globalization
(the participants at the Bilderberger
conferences and Bohemian Grove rituals) they
knew even more how crazy he was.
Because they knew Babylon couldn't be
"re-built" as we're still living
in it, and they knew Saddam definitely
wasn't the one appointed to head the system
either as they put him in power for as long
as he was of use to them.
Now it's clear, that workers of
globalization are workers of the symbol
where Babylon's towers stood for. From the
very first ziggurat in Ancient Iraq to the
hi-tech skyscrapers in New York, they
symbolize this religion of the world
A world "united" under political,
economical, cultural and religious rule by
the philosophy and offspring of Nimrod, the