RIM Chapter 46 – verses 1-6

“The Gods of Babylon” The name “Babylon” is Akkadian in origin, but is closely related to the Hebrew babel, meaning confusion or mix-up. In (Genesis 11:9), the writer states that when the people’s languages were confused and mixed-up by Jehovah, they stopped building their illutrious city, with its towering organizational tribute to men’s pride, for which […]

“The Gods of Babylon”

The name “Babylon” is Akkadian in origin, but is closely related to the Hebrew babel, meaning confusion or mix-up. In (Genesis 11:9), the writer states that when the people’s languages were confused and mixed-up by Jehovah, they stopped building their illutrious city, with its towering organizational tribute to men’s pride, for which they all  “lived and breathed”. As a result of this,  the City was renamed Babel (to confuse; to mix-up; to misrepresent) because,  beginning from this place,  the people were physically scattered all over the world and were stopped from the completion of their towering (prideful; lofty; mountainous; transcendant) leadership-organization and their self-centered methods to rule mankind.  Babylon is always seen as a threat to Zion. When people are exiled to Babylon, it means that they are made subject to foreign goverenance, characterized by confusion and mix-up, especially regarding the difference between truth (what is fact) and make-believe (what is fiction) . Discernment is the native (inbred; inborn; inherent; hereditary; in the blood) characteistic (trait; ablity) of Israelite people,  enabling them to readily tell the difference between the two. When discernment is forfeited (reliquished; defaulted), Israel’s people then become vulnerable (unprotected; unable to withstand) the beguiling “sales pitches”  (religious-doctrines; phony-gospel-messages) of false prophets, sorcerers and the zealotry of popular  “Religions of Men” (Churchianity).

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1. Mormonism’s Mechizedek priesthood leaders are prostrating themselves before (bowing down to; bowing and scraping before; falling at the feet of) Ba’al  (the chief-God of the Canaanites, Ba’al means: “owner”, “master”, “lord” and “anxiety”), a God who dominates the lives of all the men at LDS Church headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. Melchizedek priesthood leaders , worldwide, stoop-over  (genuflecting; kow-towing)  to idols (hallucinations; church-heroes; false-notions; false-gods; graven images) among and originating from this generation of Salt Lake’s priesthood leadership. These idols are fashioned (trumped-up; contrived; fabricated) by the Salt Lake’s leaders,  themselves. They’ve transformed the Mormon church  into “The-Beast” (referred to in the New Tewstament  – Book of Revelation) and virtually turn Israel’s People (rank and file Mormon members)  into cattle (chattel; dumb-beasts of burden;  rabble; “obedient-slaves”) who lift-up (support; shoulder sustain; carry-about) Salt Lake’s ruling class. They are imposing upon you (Israel’s people ; rank and file Mormons) a huge burden (tribute) and in the process, wearing-you-out (exhausting-your-resources; sapping-your-strenth; draining-your-vitality).

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2. Because Israel’s people are trained by Salt Lake to  stoop-over (kow-tow; bow-down) to them as a group (collectively). Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons)  cannot  (are not able to) save (preserve; deliver) themselves from the burden (responsibility; debt) forced upon them thru Salt Lake’s peculiar style of usury (extortion; exaction; graft; blood-sucking), thus the souls of Israel’s people are taken-off (led ) into Mormon  captivity.

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shoulders
“Salt Lake’s Chosen Ones”are ordained to be carried on the sholders of Israel’s people from birth

3. Listen unto me… House of Jacob (defrauders; deceivers; fakes; phonies) and all the remaining Melchizedek priesthood leaders who belong to the House of Israel (those who are upright in the eyes of God). Presiding Melchizedek priesthood leaders are “loading up your backs” with burdens ordained by Salt Lake’s leadership  from your very conception, while they, the “Chosen Ones of Salt Lake”  are carried (supported; sustained) by appointment,  on the shoulders of Israel’s people,  from birth.

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cookie jar
If Salt Lake’s men are caught with their hand in the cookie Jar (their pants down around their ankles) there are never any reprocussions.

4. This unjust situation continues even into old age and it means that they can say to themselves, “I am the same!”  (I will remain throughout my lifetime, a very cherished celebrity among the people )  until Israel’s People (rank and file Mormons) and their birthright are released (taken;  removed) from our prison and captivity. They go on to think within themselves, “I am a Mormon leader who must be carried (supported; sustained).  I am exercizing my Melchizedek priesthood authority, totally unchecked. Israel’s people do what I tell them to do and therein rests my real and only “power”. Israel’s people do what ever I tell them to do because they respect (honor) what they think I am. As a priesthood leader , my conduct, no matter how wicked it may be, is upheld (approved; ratified; sanctioneed; justified) by them and even if I am exposed (caught) with my hand in the cookie jar (pants pulled down around my ankles), I will always escape public censure (disapproval; reprimand; rebuke). I am now a Mormon Ba’al (idol; God; master; lord; owner)   

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5. So, with which one of Salt Lake’s idols (gods) can you compare me or which one do you reckon to be my equal? Which one of Salt Lake’s idols do you believe to be my superior? Show me so we may be compared with each other.

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salt
salt was anciently an antidote for poison so it implies a doubtful attitude toward someone or something

6. Salt Lake’s leaders have removed-themselves (apostacized; turned away ; fallen away) from me. They take me with a grain of salt (receive me along with an antidote for poison; are filled with doubt about me; treat me lightly)  in order to shimmer (twinkle; sparkle) in the midst of Israel’s people because of what and who  Israel’s people mistakenly think (suppose; believe; imagine) Salt Lake’s leaders represent and their weight (importance; “gravitas”) on the scales. They see  themselves as moral and ethical standards by which Israel’s People (rank and file Mormons) must model (fashion; mold; shape) themselves. They are goldsmiths, making themselves into golden-idols and if that wasn’t bad enough, Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons)  willingly prostrate themselves before these  “Good For Nothing” (impotent; worthless; powerless) Canaanite gods (idols) .

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