Babylon the Symbol

Babylon is the very symbol of moral filth in the whole Old Testament. But those who call themselves "People of the Book" exalt it in every way. Pharisaism today lives by the Babylonian calendar, keeps the Babylonian festivals and Fast of Tammuz, and enshrines its anti-Biblical immorality, including sodomy and burning children to Molech, necromancy, and other execrable practices.

The Talmud cites as the word of "the Masters" that, "All countries are like dough [inferior] toward the Land of Israel, and the Land of Israel is like dough toward Babylon." (See Exhibit 146) Continuing: "We have a tradition that Babel [Babylon] will not witness the suffering that will precede the coming of the Messiah." A footnote states that a more correct reading of this is that the "suffering" frequent in modern Christian books is fictitious. These are the throes of mother Zion which is in labor to bring forth the Messiah — without metaphor the Jewish people." (Exhibit 147)

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