Who is TAMMUZ? Noah's great, great, great grandson! Born Dec 25 (false Christ)

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Noah married Methuselah's son's (Rake'el) daughter named Emzara!

Noah and Emzara had three sons (Shem (wife: Sedeqetelebab), Ham (wife: Ne'elatama'uk) and Japheth (wife: 'Adataneses) eight souls who were in Noah's Ark during the flood.

Ham had a son named Cush.
Cush had a daughter named Semiramis
Cush had an incestuous relationship with his daughter Semiramis and begat Nimrod. 
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 (160–150 BC) the names of the wives of NoahShemHam and Japheth are as follows:

  • Wife of Noah – Emzara, daughter of Rake'el, son of Methuselah
  • Wife of Shem – Sedeqetelebab
  • Wife of Ham – Ne'elatama'uk or Na'eltama'uk
  • Wife of Japheth – 'Adataneses
It adds that the three sons each built a city named after their wife.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wives_aboard_Noah%27s_Ark

The first biblical mention of Nimrod is in the Table of Nations.[3] He is described as the son of Cush, grandson of Ham, and great-grandson of Noah; and as "a mighty one in the earth" and "a mighty hunter before the Lord". This is repeated in the First Book of Chronicles 1:10, and the "Land of Nimrod" used as a synonym for Assyria or Mesopotamia, is mentioned in the Book of Micah 5:6:

And they shall waste the land of Assyria with the sword, and the land of Nimrod in the entrances thereof: thus shall he deliver us from the Assyrian, when he cometh into our land, and when he treadeth within our borders.

Genesis says that the "beginning of his kingdom" (reshit mamlakto) were the towns of "BabelErechAkkad and Calneh in the land of Shinar" (Mesopotamia) (Gen 10:10)—understood variously to imply that he either founded these cities, ruled over them, or both. Owing to an ambiguity in the original Hebrew text, it is unclear whether it is he or Ashur who additionally built NinevehResenRehoboth-Ir and Calah (both interpretations are reflected in various English versions). Sir Walter Raleigh devoted several pages in his History of the World (c. 1616) to reciting past scholarship regarding the question of whether it had been Nimrod or Ashur who built the cities in Assyria.[4] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nimrod

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