Know the enemy… it is not what you think it is.

We battle not with flesh and blood, but with principalities and powers in dark places. Literally!

Gods and spirit possession and the cultures who worship them are here.

Individual and civilization possession is real. A nation can be in the grips of possession. These false gods are here and they are real. Jesus sent the gospel to the pagan world to save the ones who were deceived by the culture of the false gods. The gospel  gained victory in Christ and the pagan temples were emptied out. The spiritual warfare was on and the first followers of the way of Jesus paid for their faith with their lives by not bowing to the pagan gods and goddesses.

Inanna the Sumerian goddess of fertility, love, sensuality, procreation, and war was later identified as Ishtar. Inanna / Ishtar was the Goddess of androgyny and the one who encouraged female masculinity and male feminism. The gender bender where boys and men become feminine- female and girls and women become masculine- male. In ancient scriptures it is written that Ishtar says, “I am a woman. I am a man.” In a hymn to this goddess it says she is the one who has the power to turn a man into a woman and a woman into a man.”  This is what we are watching in our daily lives this very day and parents are at odds of what to do to stop the trans-gendering, pronoun confusion, sex and porn being taught to our children in the public school system!

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In an article titled, “Ancient Mesopotamian Transgender and Non-Binary Identities”, by Morg Daniels

He states that “the most highly venerated deity in Ancient Mesopotamia was Inanna, who was also known as Ishtar after the two were merged. She was also venerated as the Queen of Heaven and was the goddess of sex, war and justice.”

Ishtar was also called the “Enchantress” and the wife of Baal. When you look at the origin of Ishtar and the Queen of Heaven, you find it stems back to Nimrod the self proclaimed god on earth and his Queen of Heaven Semiramis. Who was also known in Egypt as Osiris and Isis the Queen of Heaven. The Bible tells us that part of the religious ritual to Baal worship was to sacrifice children on their alters.

Daniels states that Ishtar was believed to have the ability to change a person’s gender. This power of Inanna’s, the ability to change a man into a woman and vice versa, is well accounted for in multiple poetry fragments and is indicative of the existence of people living outside the gender binary in ancient Mesopotamia. The words of Enheduanna, Inanna’s High Priestess in the city of Ur in the 23rd Century BCE, attest to this. In her Passionate Inanna she writes: ‘To destroy, to create, to tear out, to establish are yours, Inanna. / To turn a man into a woman and a woman into a man are yours, Inanna.’ (115-131).

In a book written by Johnathan Cahn, he describes the High Priestess as being a transgender and the act of surgically removing the male organs was part of the process of transformation and what today we are facing as the transgender movement. He also believes the evil spirits of these past gods and goddesses have reentered into the nation to reestablish itself a home for the same wickedness and worship as it did in the days of the ancients who worshipped these gods and goddesses openly. He notes that this evil spirit also was the goddess of parades in the month of June and notes that today’s pride month with parades is also the month of June. Cahn also points out one of the symbols of Ishtar and her transgender worship is the rainbow.

Inanna/Ishtar the Goddess and The Hymn.

 Her clergy were male, female, and transgender with the men and women frequently cross-dressing to embody Inanna’s transformative powers. The androgyny of Inanna’s clergy and adherents is referenced in the poem in line 121 where she is said to have the power “to turn a man into a woman and a woman into a man.” The central focus of the work, in fact, is Inanna’s power of transformation, which can sometimes be seen as destructive or painful but is always for a higher purpose. That sounds so much like the WEF and the think tanks. Everything is for the higher/common good of all and it rolls out like Ishtar’s transformation.

In Morg Daniels article, he states that “At that time period, individuals living outside of the gender binary were heavily involved and associated with the cult of Inanna, and her cult members and priests were known for their androgyny and blurring or destroying the gender binary. The gender-blurring members of her cult have often been included in poems and dedications written for her, often with Inanna personally transforming the gender of her devotees. One such example is the pilipili, a group of cultic performers in Inanna’s Sumerian festivals.

The name pilipili is referenced within Passionate Inanna (80-90) in relation to an individual named pilipili who is transformed by Inanna. They are raised as a woman, the Sumerian for young woman (ki-sikil) being used to describe them, and Inanna blesses them, handing them a spear ‘as if she were a man’ and renames them ‘pilipili’. From this point forward they are referred to as ‘the transformed pilipili’. We cannot know for sure what the word ‘transformation’ means in this context, and especially since Sumerian did not use gendered pronouns it is difficult to reconstruct the exact meaning, but one interpretation is that through the blessings of Inanna, the pilipili transitioned into a man. Even if Sumerian did not use gendered pronouns, the possible phallic connotations of the word ‘spear’ add more weight to this theory.’

Read full article here: Ancient Mesopotamian Transgender and Non-Binary Identities – by Morg Daniels (

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Seal of Inanna, 2350-2150 BCE
Ancient Akkadian cylinder seal depicting Inanna resting her foot on the back of a lion while Ninshubur stands in front of her paying obeisance, c. 2334 – c. 2154 BC. Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

In an Article by Joshua J. Mark, he lists the hymn in it’s entirety.

He states, “To emphasize Inanna’s significance, Enheduanna reduces other gods who are usually considered her superiors – Anu and Enlil – to secondary roles who “cannot proceed against her command” and the first part of the poem (lines 1-72) focuses on her destructive power as a goddess of war. Lines 73-114 describe the goddess as more powerful than all others and lines 115-218 exalt her transformative powers which tear down, build up, expose falsehood, illuminate truth, and administer justice. The final lines (219-274) identify Enheduanna as the author and appeal to the goddess directly in praise.”

Below are lines 115-168 of the hymn…

115-131: To run, to escape, to quiet and to pacify are yours, Inanna. To rove around, to rush, to rise up, to fall down and to … a companion are yours, Inanna. To open up roads and paths, a place of peace for the journey, a companion for the weak, are yours, Inanna. To keep paths and ways in good order, to shatter earth and to make it firm are yours, Inanna. To destroy, to build up, to tear out and to settle are yours, Inanna. To turn a man into a woman and a woman into a man are yours, Inanna. Desirability and arousal, goods and property are yours, Inanna. Gain, profit, great wealth and greater wealth are yours, Inana. Gaining wealth and having success in wealth, financial loss and reduced wealth are yours, Inanna. Observation (1 ms. has instead: Everything), choice, offering, inspection and approval are yours, Inanna. Assigning virility, dignity, guardian angels, protective deities and cult centers are yours, Inanna.
6 lines fragmentary

132-154: … mercy and pity are yours, Inanna. … are yours, Inanna. To cause the … heart to tremble, … illnesses are yours, Inanna. To have a wife, …, to love … are yours, Inana. To rejoice, to control (?), … are yours, Inanna. Neglect and care, raising and bowing down are yours, Inanna. To build a house, to create a woman’s chamber, to possess implements, to kiss a child’s lips are yours, Inana. To run, to race, to desire and to succeed are yours, Inanna. To interchange the brute and the strong and the weak and the powerless is yours, Inanna. To interchange the heights and valleys and the … and the plains (?) is yours, Inanna. To give the crown, the throne and the royal scepter is yours, Inanna.
12 lines missing

155-157: To diminish, to make great, to make low, to make broad, to … and to give a lavish supply are yours, Inana. To bestow the divine and royal rites, to carry out the appropriate instructions, slander, untruthful words, abuse, to speak inimically and to overstate are yours, Inanna.

158-168: The false or true response, the sneer, to commit violence, to extend derision, to speak with hostility, to cause smiling and to be humbled or important, misfortune, hardship, grief, to make happy, to clarify and to darken, agitation, terror, fear, splendor and great awesomeness in radiance, triumph, pursuit, imbasur illness, sleeplessness and restlessness, submission, gift, … and howling, strife, chaos, opposition, fighting and carnage, …, to know everything, to strengthen for the distant future a nest built …, to instill fear in the … desert like a … poisonous snake, to subdue the hostile enemy, … and to hate … are yours, Inanna. Read the entire article and hymn here: Hymn to Inanna – World History Encyclopedia

And in our harbor here she comes…June 17, 1885!

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Laboulaye, a French Freemason, proposed the idea of a giant statue replicating a goddess that the Masonic movement idolized. Laboulaye proceeded to raise the financial support and commissioned Bartholdi to provide the sculpture of this goddess of so-called illumination from ancient times. What deity was this? It was the goddess known by various names. Laboulaye and his fellow Freemason, sculptor Bartholdi referred to her as Libertas” but she was also an early adoption by Romans of the Babylonian goddess Ishtar.

Roman goddess Libertas

Libertas was the name of an ancient Roman goddess adopted by the Romans perhaps as early as the 5th century BC and certainly by the 4th century BC. She was referred to as the goddess of personal freedom and liberty. In fact “Libertas” meant freedom. So liberty means freedom. The 2 names describe the one concept we call freedom. Liberty = Freedom and Freedom = Liberty.

This goddess was the goddess of freedom because she promoted the ideals for the personal freedom to do anything that felt good. She was called the matron goddess of prostitution because she promoted sexual freedom. Indeed, she had invented the concept. Slaves considered her their goddess in the hopes of winning their freedom. Many women who gained freedom later turned to prostitution to survive and thereby retained Libertas as their goddess, especially if they became priestesses in the Libertas cult.

Libertas was also a goddess of war in order to fight for freedom. She was also referred at times as the goddess of victory because freedom must have victory in order to survive.

This goddess was also the goddess of immigrants. The whole idea of immigration connoted the idea of freedom. Her popularity was also unique because of her unique doctrine of hearing personal prayers. This unique doctrine was something that most of the pagan deity doctrines were not disposed towards. Read: The secret worship of the illuminati: the Statue of Liberty is Anunnaki goddess Inanna. The American Babylonianism – YogaEsoteric

Isaiah 5:13, “13 Therefore my people are gone into captivity, because they have no knowledge: and their honorable men are famished, and their multitude dried up with thirst.”

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When we delve into the history of the pagan gods and goddesses we see the demonic spirits behind them and it sure appears that they are indeed back and they are entering into our society with full force. I want to stress that we are battling dark principalities and powers, and not the people who are a victim of the evil.

The way to stand against the dark principalities and powers is with the power of the Holy Spirit given to all of God’s children and standing on the authority given to us by Jesus our Lord to rebuke the devil and he shall flee. Yet, we must be wise as a serpent and gentle as a dove when dealing with all these things. We must take a stand to protect our children and stop the free for all to steal their minds and have them paraded in front of the ancient deceptions of Porneia. Porneia is another one of the evil spirits that goes with the goddess Ishtar of which we get the name “porn” from.

Johnathan Cahn identifies these evil spirits as the dark Trinity which has within it “The Possessor, The Enchanter, and the Destroyer.” He describes the steps this takes as it did in Biblical times in Israel.

Today they are back in our face.

About Porneia

The Greek word porneia refers to prostitution, with the related terms porne and pornos referring to female and male prostitutes. In ancient Athens prostitution was legal and taxed, yet it was considered both illegal and shameful for freeborn citizens. Thus, in seeking to discredit a rival, the Athenian orator and politician Apollodorus charged his enemy’s partner Neaira with being a porne (c. 340s bce; Demosthenes, Against Neaira). In another famous case Aeschines prosecuted his opponent Timarchus for prostitution, arguing that a man who sold his body for profit could never be trusted with the affairs of the city (c. 346–345 bce; Aeschines, Against Timarchus).

It sure is beginning to sound like the same thing done today in politics. Epstein’s Island and all the nasty things done in the Rothschild Masquerade Balls… Maxwell’s MI6, Mossad scandal tabloids and all the honey pots set up to get just the right pictures to own politicians and wealthy elite, including royalty to do as they are told or else?

There truly is nothing new under the sun.

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Porneia had a negative connotation, and expressions such as pornes huios (“son of a whore”) were used as pointed slurs. In the moralizing literature of the first and second centuries ce, men were warned not to squander their inheritance on pornai and were condemned as licentious (akolasia) if they overindulged in trips to the brothel. Tax receipts, legal documents, and historical writings from the Roman period show that prostitution continued to be regulated and taxed despite the fact that porneia—with an expanded sense indicating any illicit sex—was condemned by Greco-Roman moralists. With porneia being a recognized profession forced upon slaves or taken up by impoverished persons of low status to be called porne or pornos was a shameful insult when directed at “honorable” men or women.

Porneia was referred to in (1 Corinthians 5-6; Revelation 2:20-22; Hermas, Similitudes, 9.13.9; Justin, 1 Apology, 36; Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, 1.6.3, 1.23.3, 1.25.3). The word translated from the Septuagint (the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible), in which idolatry—worshiping gods other than the god of Israel—was associated with improper sexual acts, including incest, male homoerotic sexual intercourse, and bestiality. Thus, Israelites were warned not to “play the whore” (porne) by going after other gods (Hosea 4:15-19, Septuagint) and Canaanites were said to “prostitute themselves” (ekporneuo) to their gods (Exodus 34:15-16, Septuagint). Equating false religiosity with sexual acts, authors such as John of Patmos called their enemies “whores” (pornai; Revelation 2:21-22, 17-18). Read: Porneia |

As we learn more about our history we see more clearly the serious danger we face when we are complacent to how Satan operates in the world.

There is only one way to stand against these wicked principalities and powers and that is to call on God and return to Him with all of our heart, mind, strength and soul.  It is so important to help one another to be strong, and show those who got sucked into the matrix the way out. It is all about loving God and God’s commands more than the world. 

That being said, United We Stand!  In The One True God We Trust!

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Keep on pressing into the Kingdom of God. Press, press, press!


By Dianne Marshall

I don't sleep I write! Author, Graphic Artist, Researcher and lover of the truth.

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