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1/ WHY ALL THE 🔥FIRES 💣,
BOMBINGS🧨MURDERS🗡 during ...explaining #13Days of
”THE #OCCULT #BELTANE FIRE FESTIVAL 🔥 FESTIVAL & More...
#AbelDanger video w/ @fieldmcc & Juan 0 Savin (107=17) @realDonaldTrump #QAnon #TrustThePlan
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2/ These Horrors are #OccultSacrifices This is THEIR #Satanic #FireBaptism where they Murder the Innocent as a Sacrificial offering to #Lucifer #Baal #Moloch & other Demons #13Days Of
👉🏻#BELTANE 👈🏻 #SriLanka #NotreDame #QAnon
@realDonaldTrump

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3/ I have been keeping track of these Horrific events... Lets Pray that I won’t have to add more - Amen 🙏🏻
Please take a moment to read... 13Days #Beltane #Occult
#QAnon @realDonaldTrump
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Shamash was the Akkadian name for the #Mesopotamian god of the sun, known to the Sumerians as Utu. His main symbol was the solar disc, a circle with four points in each of the cardinal directions and four wavy, diagonal lines emanating from the circle between each point.
According to "Gods, Demons, and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia" by Jeremy Black and Anthony Green, the Akkadian name for this #symbol was shamshatu. It was often represented on a pole as a standard. The symbol is currently a popular icon among people native to #Mesopotamia.
Chaldean Christians posing with their ethnic flag, a colored shamshatu flanked by 2 parallel blue bands. Though #Chaldean Catholics are mostly regarded ethnically and historically as a part of the #Assyrian continuity, some claim a Chaldean ethnic identity as a nation of its own.
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<The language of ancient #Tayma (mod. Saudi Arabia)> 1) mannū samiʿ li-ṣalm lā tawaya ‘whosoever heeds Ṣalm shall not perish’. This prayer is carved a number of times on stone around the oasis of Taymāʾ, in N. Saudi Arabia, in a long lost script and language called Taymanitic.
2) Its alphabet consists of 26 glyphs, and is related to, but not a descendant of, the Musnad script of Ancient Yemen. The language remains poorly understood. It nevertheless shares some interesting similarities with #Hebrew and other Northwest Semitic languages. Pic: WTay 20
3) Before we get to the language, let’s talk about what these texts say. Most appear to be graffiti, some left by soldiers during their military service. The inscriptions express devotion to a single god, named Ṣalm, literally ‘image’, 'effigy', = Arabic ṣanam. Pic: Esk 288
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