• Hermes was Noah's grandson Cush. Cush became the god of gods, known in mythology as the god Janus. January is the ‘month of Janus.’ In Roman mythology, May was the month of Cush’s wife, Maia. Very often in the ancient pictures of Janus, he’s holding a club or is pictured next to one. Cush had several other mythological names. In Rome, he’s also Mercury, which is the equivalent to the Greek god Hermes (signifying the son of Ham, the revealer of secrets; Her = Ham + mes, from Mesheh = to extract. i.e. from Ham’s loins. This is also where we get the term ‘Hermeneutics,’- the interpretation of sacred writings.) or the Norse god Hermod. In Egypt, he is known as ‘the father of the gods’ called Hephaistos, who’s also called Mulciber and Vulcan (often pictured with a hammer like the god Thor). The word ‘chaos’ has evolved from the name of Cush. For example: Cush is recorded in various cultures as Khus, Cuth, Cuath, Kuath, and Khawos, which became Chaos. There’s record of the god Janus saying that "The ancients...... called me Chaos." (The Two Babylons) He’s also the father of the very ancient Ethiopians under the name of Ethiops. The Bible makes reference to the Babylonian religion of the Chaldeans, by referring to Cush as ‘Bel’ because of his hand in encouraging the building of the Tower of Babel. Declare ye among the nations, and publish, and set up a standard; publish, and conceal not: say, Babylon is taken, Bel is confounded, Merodach is broken in pieces; her idols are confounded, her images are broken in pieces. (Jeremiah 50:2) Some other names for Cush were Bal (another form of Bel), Belus (built walls around Babylon), Nebo (the prophetic god), Kissos, Thoth and Hoshang (pioneer in breeding dogs and training leopards to hunt for men). In regards to the plates of bronze, it's my belief that this is in relation to his son, Nimrod; Nimrod is responsible for the Tower of Babel. After Babel, he's known biblically as Amraphael.. Dionysus to the Romans, Bacchus to the greeks. He was the spiritual & governmental leader of the people. ...Make a long story short, Nimrod started organized religion and his father Cush kept the sacred writings of their divine mysteries... Which were really writings inspired by mischeivous spirits and evil fallen angels.. a.k.a. the Nephilim.

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