Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Eiffel Tower links Babylon to No Miracle Nazareth

The terrain today called Israel is apparently interlaced with ley or dragon lines of psychic

power. This article attempts to highlight another one. Besides his crucifixion, the one place

where Jesus could be said to have been at gravest risk for his physical safety was the town of

Nazareth. In fact, he refused to perform miracles there . This seems to be a unique act in his

story, in his ministry, in his performance of impossible feats.

This article attempts to come up with a reason for this or at least provide the reader with

additional information to draw their own conclusions or do further research.


1. The Eiffel Tower was the tallest building in the world for a while. It is 324 meters in height.

It was designed by a freemason. The obvious connection to another tall building, the Tower of

Babylon is obvious. See: www.tower-structures.com/page9.html . Eiffel the Freemason - www.biblebelievers.org.au/mason7.htm .

Eiffel Tower at 324 meters: (with Antenna) www.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071125233320AAnuotX / www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eiffel_Tower .

EXTRAPOLATION OF 324 meters to 32.4 Latitude N runs through Babil Province, Iraq.

2. Babil province, south of Baghdad is where the Kingdom of Babylon and the Tower of

Babylon where located. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babil / www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babylon

and the line of latitude 32.4 runs through this area. www.traveljournals.net/explore/iraq/map/m4393917/rashid.html .

3. The line of latitude 32.4 N runs through the biblical town of Nazareth, where the term ,

Jesus of Nazareth is derived from. www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazareth .

4. The name Nazareth means tower - perhaps watch tower - www.christiananswers.net/dictionary/nazareth.html .

***It is interesting to note that the 324 number coincides with The province of Babil of the once

tallest building in the world, The Tower of Babylon, then the new tallest building in the world,

The Eiffel Tower AND the name of Nazareth, wherein Jesus did not perform miracles, was

nearly murdered and finally expelled by its citizens. This is where the term "No man is a

prophet in his own country" comes from. So therefore, Jesus was reviled and was expelled

from the City of the Watch Tower. According to Christian belief, his father , G-d , destroyed the

previous city of the Tower , Babylon. Is this coincidence? It would appear unlikely.


Ironically, today , Nazareth has the largest Christian population in Israel, a jewish state. www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Society_&_Culture/christpop.html .

Not ironically and following historical precedent with the treatment of Jesus himself, the Zionist

State is quietly fostering the expulsion of Christians from Nazareth, 2000 years after the first

expulsion. As the saying goes....Nothing Changes. www.countercurrents.org/pa-cook100107.htm


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