Monday, February 4, 2008


Dubroom Online - Edition February 4, 2008


WWW, February 4 2008 - The mother of all religions can be found in Babylon or Bab El as it was called by the founder, Nimrod.

We know it as the Mystery Religion of Babylon and it was basically the world religion that came into existence right after the failed Tower of Babel incident.

The planet was divided in 70 or 72 different regions, each one having their own god appointed by the Most High God, JAH.

Priests and kings had contact with the gods, and even more: some of them claimed descendance of these gods!

Ancient skulls found in South America like the famous "Coneheads" reveal how indeed the rulers had features that were not directly human to put it lightly.

More tomorrow...

Give Thanks, One Love,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)


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