#WhoIsCupid??? #NIMROD (Baal) and #ASHTORETH (Queen of Heaven). The #Greek #called #Lupercus by the name of "#Pan"(in bottom left picture), the Semites called Pan "Baal". Baal which is mentioned several times in the bible, is merely another name for Nimrod "the mighty hunter" (Genesis 10:8-9). Another name for Nimrod was #Cupid. #Nimrod #was the original #Lupercus valentines day was called Lupercalia, and we know that Nimrod was a mighty man who built great cities, including #Babel (tower of babel bottom right pic) (Genesis 10:10). Not only was Nimrod the ruler of Babel, but he was also the #high #priest of a #satanic #occult. When Nimrod finally died, the Babylonian mystery religion continued on through his wife, Queen Semiramis. Upon Nimrod's death, she deified him as the #Sungod. In various cultures he later became known as Baal, the Great Life Giver, the god of fire, Baalim, Bel, and Molech.
In the Babylonian tongue the word heart was pronounced "Bal", In the depictions of Tammuz the heart shaped fruit of Persea was often found in his hand. Thus Tammuz became known as the god of the heart.
Now notice the name #Cupid. It comes from the Latin verb cupere, meaning “to desire.” Cupid was the son of Venus, Roman goddess of beauty and love. Also known as Eros in ancient Greece, he was the son of Aphrodite. According to myth, he was responsible for impregnating numerous goddesses and mortals. #Cupid was a child-like archer (remember, #Nimrod was a skilled archer). #Mythology describes #Cupid as having both a cruel and happy personality. He would use his #invisible #arrows, tipped with gold, to strike unsuspecting men and women, causing them to fall madly in love. He did not do this for their benefit, but to drive them crazy with intense passion, to make their lives miserable, and to laugh at the results.
Many of the gods of the #Egyptians, #Greeks, #Romans, #Assyrians and others were modeled after one man—Nimrod.