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For the Pagan World it all began at the Tower of Babel.Paganism is a religious system that is based on the worship of fallen angels, and in Part Six we examined how the fallen angels were given authority over the nations of the world as a result of mankind's rebellious attempt to build the Tower of Babel.Seventy-two is divisible by twelve, and is itself a divisor of the all-important number of 360, which is perhaps the simplest and best explanation for why the number seventy-two is preferred in religious texts of all types.Despite the pagan preference for the number seventy-two there still exist pagan references to the original number of seventy.Yet in the preface to the Brenton edition it states that the name Septuagint "derives from the tradition that it was made by seventy () Jewish scholars..." The heretical Jewish mystical tradition known as Kabbalah explains that seventy refers to the number of nations ruled over by the (fallen) angels, but the more astrologically and mathematically-convenient number of seventy-two is arrived at by adding "Israel" and "Satan" to the seventy Gentile nations. The 20th Century occult scholar Manly P.
Whether the original number was seventy or seventy-two the meaning behind Jesus' symbolic actions remains clear: He was announcing to the world that Satan's kingdom would fall and that God's kingdom was soon to arrive.
The discrepancy between seventy and seventy-two crops up in other places as well.
For instance, the Greek Septuagint translation of the Old Testament was traditionally completed by seventy Hebrew scribes.
"The Lord has sent death upon Jacob, and it has come upon Israel.
And all the people of Ephraim, and they that dwelt in Samaria shall know, who say in their pride and lofty hearts, 'The bricks are fallen down, but come, let us hew stones, and cut down sycamores and cedars, and let us build for ourselves a tower.'" Isaiah 9:8-10, Septuagint Bible (LXX), Brenton's translation The primary thesis of this study is that the Biblical figure known as Nimrod will be resurrected at the end of the age to fulfill the prophecies of the Antichrist.
In Part Eight of this study we examined evidence that Nimrod was known in Egypt as King Narmer, who was later deified as the god Osiris, the Lord of the Underworld.