Posted by: the daily messenger | September 13, 2017

Nimrod Part 34: United States Forces Iraq

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If you go to the home page of the United States Forces in Iraq (Link:  http://www.usf-iraq.com/), you will see a curious logo that they use in the upper left corner, I have blown it up here so you can see it clearer:

USF-I_Logo Click the image to enlarge

What is that creature in the middle?  Why, none other than a symbol of Nimrod, the lamassu.

The Lamassu is a winged creature with the head of a man, body of a bulL, and wings of an eagle, representing the twelve signs of the Zodiac, and were also a symbol of Nimrod.  In fact, these appear prominently in the city named in his honor, Nimrud  The horned cap it wears is symbolic of the tower of Babel.

Not to be outdone, Britain also used a similar patch:

British 10th Army patch British 10th Army patch

Note also the crossed swords,  “X is the symbol…

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