The New World Order Is Ancient!

The new world order is not new… it is a continuation of the cults of Babylon… and Babylon the Great has emerged and is now heading to its end, the same as the Bible tells us it shall rise and it shall fall!

But we’re not supposed to know any of this, and stay mind controlled and happy slaves taught from cradle to the grave to live inside their system. The problem is they are taking their system to a very painful level and we are no longer sleeping!

We glean the truth by reading our Bible and looking at the forbidden books. The ones they never wanted you to see, let alone read. Once you see the truths in these, you know why they were deemed forbidden at the council of Nicea.

There is a reason the books that reveal the ancients and the times before the flood and the details of the days of Nimrod have been deemed unorthodox by the council of Nicea. They tell of the very same plots that were rekindled on that very day in history. When Constantine the Great came forth declaring himself the pope or ruler over the people in God’s absence… which God is never absent.  God is Omni present. if there was a need for that, Jesus would have appointed one and given directions on that ones successors. There was no one but Jesus the Christ who we are to watch for him to come again at the end of the age. Everything that told the secrets of the actions within the newly formed merging of Roman gods and their cult rituals and the history of Baal and its historic roots to the fallen angels… all of that had been forbidden and hidden.

Today, few dare to venture out to read such books for it is yet forbidden by various church denominations… however, a few pastors have selectively pulled some of the books out and quoted them. But the world council of churches has not included them as orthodox. Not even after they were released for transcribing after spending years hidden in the Vatican vaults after being found in the desert caves in clay jars, in the Dead Sea region. Valuable truth is found by the ones so bold as to read the books and discern. Both the book of Enoch and Jasher are mentioned in our Bible as a reference to refer to.

Joshua 10:13

“And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.”

Jude 1:14-16

14And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints, 15To execute judgment upon all, and to convince all that are ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they have ungodly committed, and of all their hard speeches which ungodly sinners have spoken against him. 16These are murmurers, complainers, walking after their own lusts; and their mouth speaketh great swelling words, having men’s persons in admiration because of advantage. 

The Book of Enoch is now known and commonly read. Many have noted the cross referencing in the Bible to both the old and the new testaments. The details that it gives us as to the events of the fallen watchers and the eight ages God has allotted us, and the fulfillment of these prophetic passages as to the events that were to take place in these ages, all the way up to the age we are living in today. All in the exact order. It is eye opening.

Whereas the book of Jasher, among other things, gives us details to the first world empire of Nimrod, from how it came about, designed and based upon the days of the watchers… rekindling the barbaric sacrifices to Baal and many cult worships that grew out of worshipping Nimrod as a god. We make the connection that the mother child/god worship was the same Nimrod who once ruled as a one world kingdom. The names of the same man made god who in Egypt was Osiris… Semiramis was Isis, Tammuz was Nimrod reincarnated in Babylon, he was Baal in Phoenicia, Osiris in Egypt, Eros in Greece, and Cupid in Rome.

He was Odin to the Vikings, and many cults had many names for their god of what is the underworld. Which is a demonic underworld of darkness. These gods and cults sacrificed their children to Baal, and drank their blood, these pagan worships were practiced at the time of our Lord and savior Jesus the Christ. Jesus never condoned any of these.

When the cult of the Khazarian Oligarchs emerged they didn’t all of a sudden decide to be a Luciferian worshipping cult, they were a secret, underground society who had plotted and planned the way to rule the world by controlling it secretly through controlling the masses through means of infiltration of the world systems, such as banking, philanthropy, education, medical, pharmaceuticals,  mind control and financing both sides of wars. Grooming and selecting their own nation leaders to do their bidding via controlling the monetary systems. That was the secret to their success and as time went by and man made more and more discoveries in technology they had control over all of it. Little by little they organized think tanks and wrote their scripts based on the same tried and proven principles that have been used throughout the ages to tempt even the strongest of men into enslavement through serving Mammon.

Today we are in the final throngs of breaking down the strongholds of their epic generational work, those complicated webs of their infiltrated systems.  

We are now in Babylon the Great… the same one spoken of in Revelation that was destined to and has infiltrated every world system and has its seat in Great Britain, and its horns in the European Union, Rome, Israel, and USA, Inc., today it is falling, falling.  

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European Union Parliament, the modern day Tower of Babel as seen in their poster. They don’t hide it!!!

The truth begins in the Book of Jasher Chapter 7:23-48

“And Cush the son of Ham, the son of Noah, took a wife in those days in his old age, and she bare a son, and they called his name Nimrod, saying, At that time the sons of men again began to rebel and transgress against God, and the child grew up, and his father loved him exceedingly, for he was the son of his old age.

“And the garments of skin which God made for Adam and his wife, when they went out of the garden, were given to Cush. For after the death of Adam and his wife, the garments were given to Enoch, the son of Jared, and when Enoch was taken up to God, he gave them to Methuselah, his son. And at the death of Methuselah, Noah took them and brought them to the ark, and they were with him until he went out of the ark. And in their going out, Ham stole those garments from Noah his father, and he took them and hid them from his brothers.

“And when Ham begat his first born Cush, he gave him the garments in secret, and they were with Cush many days. And Cush also concealed them from his sons and brothers, and when Cush had begotten Nimrod, he gave him those garments through his love for him, and Nimrod grew up, and when he was twenty years old he put on those garments. And Nimrod became strong when he put on the garments, and God gave him might and strength, and he was a mighty hunter in the earth, yea, he was a mighty hunter in the field, and he hunted the animals and he built altars, and he offered upon them the animals before the Lord.

“And Nimrod strengthened himself, and he rose up from amongst his brethren, and he fought the battles of his brethren against all their enemies round about. And the Lord delivered all the enemies of his brethren in his hands, and God prospered him from time to time in his battles, and he reigned upon earth.

“Therefore it became current in those days, when a man ushered forth those that he had trained up for battle, he would say to them, Like God did to Nimrod, who was a mighty hunter in the earth, and who succeeded in the battles that prevailed against his brethren, that he delivered them from the hands of their enemies, so may God strengthen us and deliver us this day.

“And when Nimrod was forty years old, at that time there was a war between his brethren and the children of Japheth, so that they were in the power of their enemies. And Nimrod went forth at that time, and he assembled all the sons of Cush and their families, about four hundred and sixty men, and he hired also from some of his friends and acquaintances about eighty men, and be gave them their hire, and he went with them to battle, and when he was on the road, Nimrod strengthened the hearts of the people that went with him. And he said to them, Do not fear, neither be alarmed, for all our enemies will be delivered into our hands, and you may do with them as you please.

“And all the men that went were about five hundred, and they fought against their enemies, and they destroyed them, and subdued them, and Nimrod placed standing officers over them in their respective places. And he took some of their children as security, and they were all servants to Nimrod and to his brethren, and Nimrod and all the people that were with him turned homeward.

“And when Nimrod had joyfully returned from battle, after having conquered his enemies, all his brethren, together with those who knew him before, assembled to make him king over them, and they placed the regal crown upon his head. And he set over his subjects and people, princes, judges, and rulers, as is the custom amongst kings. And he placed Terah the son of Nahor the prince of his host, and he dignified him and elevated him above all his princes.

“And whilst he was reigning according to his heart’s desire, after having conquered all his enemies around, he advised with his counselors to build a city for his palace, and they did so. And they found a large valley opposite to the east, and they built him a large and extensive city, and Nimrod called the name of the city that he built Shinar, for the Lord had vehemently shaken his enemies and destroyed them. And Nimrod dwelt in Shinar, and he reigned securely, and he fought with his enemies and he subdued them, and he prospered in all his battles, and his kingdom became very great.

“And all nations and tongues heard of his fame, and they gathered themselves to him, and they bowed down to the earth, and they brought him offerings, and he became their lord and king, and they all dwelt with him in the city at Shinar, and Nimrod reigned in the earth over all the sons of Noah, and they were all under his power and counsel. And all the earth was of one tongue and words of union, but Nimrod did not go in the ways of the Lord, and he was more wicked than all the men that were before him, from the days of the flood until those days. And he made gods of wood and stone, and he bowed down to them, and he rebelled against the Lord, and taught all his subjects and the people of the earth his wicked ways; and Mardon his son was more wicked than his father.

“And every one that heard of the acts of Mardon the son of Nimrod would say, concerning him, From the wicked goeth forth wickedness; therefore it became a proverb in the whole earth, saying, From the wicked goeth forth wickedness, and it was current in the words of men from that time to this.

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We also find the rest of the story of Esau selling his birthright to Jacob… and why.

In Jasher we see he had just killed NIMROD!!

Chapter 27:11-17

11 And Esau took those garments and ran into the city on account of Nimrod’s men, and he came unto his father’s house wearied and exhausted from fight, and he was ready to die through grief when he approached his brother Jacob and sat before him.

12 And he said unto his brother Jacob, Behold I shall die this day, and wherefore then do I want the birthright? And Jacob acted wisely with Esau in this matter, and Esau sold his birthright to Jacob, for it was so brought about by the Lord.

13 And Esau’s portion in the cave of the field of Machpelah, which Abraham had bought from the children of Heth for the possession of a burial ground, Esau also sold to Jacob, and Jacob bought all this from his brother Esau for value given.

14 And Jacob wrote the whole of this in a book, and he testified the same with witnesses, and he sealed it, and the book remained in the hands of Jacob.

15 And when Nimrod the son of Cush died, his men lifted him up and brought him in consternation, and buried him in his city, and all the days that Nimrod lived were two hundred and fifteen years and he died.

16 And the days that Nimrod reigned upon the people of the land were one hundred and eighty-five years; and Nimrod died by the sword of Esau in shame and contempt, and the seed of Abraham caused his death as he had seen in his dream.

17 And at the death of Nimrod his kingdom became divided into many divisions, and all those parts that Nimrod reigned over were restored to the respective kings of the land, who recovered them after the death of Nimrod, and all the people of the house of Nimrod were for a long time enslaved to all the other kings of the land.

From Jasher, we learn that Nimrod was known by different names in different lands. The gods and heroes from distant lands were manifestations of Nimrod in their given names after the dispersion at the tower of Babel. More names than Osiris, Isis and Seth in Egypt. And the origins of the Queen of Heaven worship and mother and child worship. The god incarnate of Nimrod. A mocking of the coming Messiah and God and the Son as one. Even foretold by Enoch that the Messiah would come.

And we learn how the first Pharaoh became a god on earth in the absence of Nimrod the self proclaimed god on earth as in the days of the children of the fallen angels who proclaimed to be gods before the flood.

Jasher Chapter 14

1 In those days there was in the land of Shinar a wise man who had understanding in all wisdom, and of a beautiful appearance, but he was poor and indigent; his name was Rikayon and he was hard set to support himself. 2 And he resolved to go to Egypt, to Oswiris the son of Anom king of Egypt, to show the king his wisdom; for perhaps he might find grace in his sight, to raise him up and give him maintenance; and Rikayon did so.

3 And when Rikayon came to Egypt he asked the inhabitants of Egypt concerning the king, and the inhabitants of Egypt told him the custom of the king of Egypt, for it was then the custom of the king of Egypt that he went from his royal palace and was seen abroad only one day in the year, and after that the king would return to his palace to remain there.

4 And on the day when the king went forth he passed judgment in the land, and every one having a suit came before the king that day to obtain his request. 5 And when Rikayon heard of the custom in Egypt and that he could not come into the presence of the king, he grieved greatly and was very sorrowful. 6 And in the evening Rikayon went out and found a house in ruins, formerly a bake house in Egypt, and he abode there all night in bitterness of soul and pinched with hunger, and sleep was removed from his eyes.

7 And Rikayon considered within himself what he should do in the town until the king made his appearance, and how he might maintain himself there. 8 And he rose in the morning and walked about, and met in his way those who sold vegetables and various sorts of seed with which they supplied the inhabitants. 9 And Rikayon wished to do the same in order to get a maintenance in the city, but he was unacquainted with the custom of the people, and he was like a blind man among them.

10 And he went and obtained vegetables to sell them for his support, and the rabble assembled about him and ridiculed him, and took his vegetables from him and left him nothing. 11 And he rose up from there in bitterness of soul, and went sighing to the bake house in which he had remained all the night before, and he slept there the second night. 12 And on that night again he reasoned within himself how he could save himself from starvation, and he devised a scheme how to act.

13 And he rose up in the morning and acted ingeniously, and went and hired thirty strong men of the rabble, carrying their war instruments in their hands, and he led them to the top of the Egyptian sepulchre, and he placed them there. 14 And he commanded them, saying, Thus saith the king, Strengthen yourselves and be valiant men, and let no man be buried here until two hundred pieces of silver be given, and then he may be buried; and those men did according to the order of Rikayon to the people of Egypt the whole of that year.

15 And in eight months time Rikayon and his men gathered great riches of silver and gold, and Rikayon took a great quantity of horses and other animals, and he hired more men, and he gave them horses and they remained with him. 16 And when the year came round, at the time the king went forth into the town, all the inhabitants of Egypt assembled together to speak to him concerning the work of Rikayon and his men.

17 And the king went forth on the appointed day, and all the Egyptians came before him and cried unto him, saying, 18 May the king live forever. What is this thing thou doest in the town to thy servants, not to suffer a dead body to be buried until so much silver and gold be given? Was there ever the like unto this done in the whole earth, from the days of former kings yea even from the days of Adam, unto this day, that the dead should not be buried only for a set price?

19 We know it to be the custom of kings to take a yearly tax from the living, but thou dost not only do this, but from the dead also thou exactest a tax day by day. 20 Now, O king, we can no more bear this, for the whole city is ruined on this account, and dost thou not know it?

21 And when the king heard all that they had spoken he was very wroth, and his anger burned within him at this affair, for he had known nothing of it. 22 And the king said, Who and where is he that dares to do this wicked thing in my land without my command? Surely you will tell me. 23 And they told him all the works of Rikayon and his men, and the king’s anger was aroused, and he ordered Rikayon and his men to be brought before him.

24 And Rikayon took about a thousand children, sons and daughters, and clothed them in silk and embroidery, and he set them upon horses and sent them to the king by means of his men, and he also took a great quantity of silver and gold and precious stones, and a strong and beautiful horse, as a present for the king, with which he came before the king and bowed down to the earth before him; and the king, his servants and all the inhabitants of Egypt wondered at the work of Rikayon, and they saw his riches and the present that he had brought to the king.

25 And it greatly pleased the king and he wondered at it; and when Rikayon sat before him the king asked him concerning all his works, and Rikayon spoke all his words wisely before the king, his servants and all the inhabitants of Egypt.

26 And when the king heard the words of Rikayon and his wisdom, Rikayon found grace in his sight, and he met with grace and kindness from all the servants of the king and from all the inhabitants of Egypt, on account of his wisdom and excellent speeches, and from that time they loved him exceedingly.

27 And the king answered and said to Rikayon, Thy name shall no more be called Rikayon but Pharaoh shall be thy name, since thou didst exact a tax from the dead; and he called his name Pharaoh.

28 And the king and his subjects loved Rikayon for his wisdom, and they consulted with all the inhabitants of Egypt to make him prefect under the king. 29 And all the inhabitants of Egypt and its wise men did so, and it was made a law in Egypt.

30 And they made Rikayon Pharaoh prefect under Oswiris king of Egypt, and Rikayon Pharaoh governed over Egypt, daily administering justice to the whole city, but Oswiris the king would judge the people of the land one day in the year, when he went out to make his appearance. 31 And Rikayon Pharaoh cunningly usurped the government of Egypt, and he exacted a tax from all the inhabitants of Egypt.

32 And all the inhabitants of Egypt greatly loved Rikayon Pharaoh, and they made a decree to call every king that should reign over them and their seed in Egypt, Pharaoh. 33 Therefore all the kings that reigned in Egypt from that time forward were called Pharaoh unto this day.

Read the whole book of Jasher: Book of Jasher, Chapter 1 (

These are some of the things the devil did not want God’s children to know about and to this day those who worship Mammon still do not want God’s children to know. For the truth shall set them free!

Why? Because there is no pagan god or goddess that cannot be traced back to Nimrod or his Queen of Heaven, Semiramis.  They were the beginning of pagan and ritual practices after the flood. Sacrifices to false gods that spread throughout the earth. After the dispersion at the fallen tower of Babel, the peoples languages were mixed and they took with them their idoltry and false gods in their language. I’m sure the devil gave them all sorts of sorcery in their conjurings and welcoming of evil spirits to lead them. There are many accounts of strange things… our Bible shows us of the sorcery and customs. In Ezekiel God shows him what they were yet doing presently and future in chapter 8.

Ezekiel Chapter 8: 6-18

6Furthermore He said to me, “Son of man, do you see what they are doing, the great abominations that the house of Israel commits here, to make Me go far away from My sanctuary? Now turn again, you will see greater abominations.” 7So He brought me to the door of the court; and when I looked, there was a hole in the wall. 8Then He said to me, “Son of man, dig into the wall”; and when I dug into the wall, there was a door.

9And He said to me, “Go in, and see the wicked abominations which they are doing there.” 10So I went in and saw, and there—every sort of creeping thing, abominable beasts, and all the idols of the house of Israel, [b]portrayed all around on the walls. 11And there stood before them seventy men of the elders of the house of Israel, and in their midst stood Jaazaniah the son of Shaphan. Each man had a censer in his hand, and a thick cloud of incense went up. 12Then He said to me, “Son of man, have you seen what the elders of the house of Israel do in the dark, every man in the room of his idols? For they say, ‘The Lord does not see us, the Lord has forsaken the land.’ ”

13And He said to me, “Turn again, and you will see greater abominations that they are doing.” 14So He brought me to the door of the north gate of the Lord’s house; and to my dismay, women were sitting there weeping for [c]Tammuz.

15Then He said to me, “Have you seen this, O son of man? Turn again, you will see greater abominations than these.” 16So He brought me into the inner court of the Lord’s house; and there, at the door of the temple of the Lord, between the porch and the altar, were about twenty-five men with their backs toward the temple of the Lord and their faces toward the east, and they were worshiping the sun toward the east.

17And He said to me, “Have you seen this, O son of man? Is it a trivial thing to the house of Judah to commit the abominations which they commit here? For they have filled the land with violence; then they have returned to provoke Me to anger. Indeed they put the branch to their nose. 18Therefore I also will act in fury. My eye will not spare nor will I have pity; and though they cry in My ears with a loud voice, I will not hear them.”

Heed the message. Come out from her my people for we are in Babylon The Great world disorder and it’s falling!



By Dianne Marshall

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

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