Is the Statue of Liberty a Ho?

Posted by Michael Erevna | June 29, 2014  |  6 Comments
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Hear me out before you go all hate mail on me but there is a connection to the Statue of Liberty and a Sumerian goddess who promoted prostitution. Heck, she did not just promote prostitution but is given credit for creating it. If America is the subject of Isaiah 47 then no one reading this should be shocked. The plausibility of this connection will be self evident in the research I am sharing with you.

The majority of the world knows the story about the Statue of Liberty. This story is plastered throughout history books since the 18th century. If you visit New York City you will be peppered with brochures which share this same story. The Statue of Liberty was even given different names and later became known as “Lady Liberty.” She became a symbol for freedom and many immigrants remember her as the first majestic sight of New York.

The Statue of Liberty (Liberty Enlightening the World; French: La Liberté éclairant le monde) is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in the middle of New York Harbor, in Manhattan, New York City. The statue, designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and dedicated on October 28, 1886, was a gift to the United States from the people of France. The statue is of a robed female figure representing Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom, who bears a torch and a tabula ansata (a tablet evoking the law) upon which is inscribed the date of the American Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776. A broken chain lies at her feet. The statue is an icon of freedom and of the United States: a welcoming signal to immigrants arriving from abroad.

Now Ecclesiastes 1:9 tells us there is nothing new under the Sun. This means everything we are encountering in our modern times is nothing more than a re-creation of something that has already been created.  There is a true origin to everything and the only aspect that changes is the name and the cover story. How does the Most High feel about other gods? Well, not too many people realize if we trace the Statue of Liberty backwards you will find she represents Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom!

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Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi in his Freemason pose

Now there is a traceability backwards from Rome as these gods/goddesses were taken from previous cultures. Before we jump into this you realize there is giant pagan goddess in the land of  “In God We Trust.” If America was trusting in God there would be no giant Roman goddess statue mocking the Most High in the Heavens. Next, the “designer” of the Statue of Liberty, Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, who was a Freemason. Again, we have secret society with accusations of being linked to Luciferianism in its highest ranks.

The earliest rendition of the Statue of Liberty is the Sumerian/Babylonian goddess Ishtar; who morphed under other names as civilisation progressed. She is the one who perverted our divine sexual practices and is even given credit for the creation pf homosexuality and lesbiansim. She came to turn everything upside down and we are living in the results of it! There is a connection between her and the Statue of Liberty. We also have traceability to the Roman goddess Libertas, where the people are given freedom to “Do what the wilt.”

Which is the mantra made infamous by Aleister Crowley. No let us get back to Ishtar. It is said her statue was placed by her temple and ladies seeking her blessings would have sexual intercourse with strangers. Women who did not follow the divine law of Ishtar were turned into full-time prostitutes;over time this practice morphed into the brothel concepts of today. Ishtar also had men dress as woman and woman dress as men. The statue of Ishtar is arguably not a good looking woman and I dare say “she” looks like a man!

Mesopotamian Holy Harlot

“I TURN THE MALE TO THE FEMALE.
I AM SHE WHO ADORNETH THE MALE FOR THE FEMALE;
I AM AM SHE WHO ADORNETH THE FEMALE FOR THE MALE. - Ishtar

You will find the statue of Ishtar holding a torch and a tablet close to her chest. The similarities are self evident and again mainstream historians admittedly tell us Lady Liberty is a Roman goddess. We must remember before Christianity the Roman Empire was a hodgepodge of pagan god/goddess practices. All of these gods/goddess were adopted from previous empires. So what we are seeing is nothing more than ancient things revisited in modern times.

“In the sanctuary of the great Phoenician goddess Astarte at Byblos at the annual mourning for the dead Adonis, the women had to shave their heads, and such of them as refused to do so were bound to prostitute themselves to strangers and to sacrifice to the goddess with the wages of their shame. Though Lucian, who mentions the custom, does not say so, there are some grounds for thinking that the women in question were generally maidens, of whom this act of devotion was required as a preliminary to marriage.”

- Sir James George Frazer, The Illustrated Golden Bough

Did you notice the head shaving trend came back with many Hollywood female celebrities? The most famous is Brittany Spears who shaved all of her hair off. Is the media proving these women with cover stories? Suddenly, many other female personalities have followed suit. The rumor is this is part of a “religion.” I wonder which goddess this is an offering to?

Isaiah 47 New Living Translation (NLT)

Prediction of Babylon’s Fall

47  “Come down, virgin daughter of Babylon, and sit in the dust.
For your days of sitting on a throne have ended.
O daughter of Babylonia,[a] never again will you be
the lovely princess, tender and delicate.

2 Take heavy millstones and grind flour.
Remove your veil, and strip off your robe.
Expose yourself to public view.[b]

3 You will be naked and burdened with shame.
I will take vengeance against you without pity.”

4 Our Redeemer, whose name is the Lord of Heaven’s Armies,
is the Holy One of Israel.

5 “O beautiful Babylon, sit now in darkness and silence.
Never again will you be known as the queen of kingdoms.

6 For I was angry with my chosen people
and punished them by letting them fall into your hands.
But you, Babylon, showed them no mercy.
You oppressed even the elderly.

7 You said, ‘I will reign forever as queen of the world!’
You did not reflect on your actions
or think about their consequences.

8 “Listen to this, you pleasure-loving kingdom,
living at ease and feeling secure.
You say, ‘I am the only one, and there is no other.
I will never be a widow or lose my children.’

9 Well, both these things will come upon you in a moment:
widowhood and the loss of your children.
Yes, these calamities will come upon you,
despite all your witchcraft and magic.

10 “You felt secure in your wickedness.
‘No one sees me,’ you said.
But your ‘wisdom’ and ‘knowledge’ have led you astray,
and you said, ‘I am the only one, and there is no other.’

11 So disaster will overtake you,
and you won’t be able to charm it away.
Calamity will fall upon you,
and you won’t be able to buy your way out.
A catastrophe will strike you suddenly,
one for which you are not prepared.

12 “Now use your magical charms!
Use the spells you have worked at all these years!
Maybe they will do you some good.
Maybe they can make someone afraid of you.

13 All the advice you receive has made you tired.
Where are all your astrologers,
those stargazers who make predictions each month?
Let them stand up and save you from what the future holds.

14 But they are like straw burning in a fire;
they cannot save themselves from the flame.
You will get no help from them at all;
their hearth is no place to sit for warmth.

15 And all your friends,
those with whom you’ve done business since childhood,
will go their own ways,
turning a deaf ear to your cries.

It makes you wonder about the true agenda of the founding fathers of America. How could there be so much talk about God from them yet a deviation away from His commands? The evidence is in statues of stone placed around government buildings and tourist attractions. Washington, DC is adorned with statues of Roman gods/goddesses in and around Federal buildings. The Statue of Liberty is yet another piece of Roman god/goddess worship. When we trace Lady Liberty back from Rome we find a connection to mother of whoring and homosexuality. Still think America is not the subject of Isaiah 47?

In closing, we have a 305 foot statue with strikingly similar characteristics to an ancient goddess who promoted same sex intercourse and prostitution. The Statue of Liberty is admittedly related to the Roman goddess of liberty and the Bible condemns false idols. Women were required to shave their heads in tribute to the ancient goddess of sexuality. Now we see a trend of female celebrities (not the males) who shave their heads in this manner. Isaiah 46:10, tells us there are ancient things in modern times not yet done. This certainly seems like one of them.



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Michael Erevna is a writer, inventor, solutions architect and independent researcher of: ancient civilizations, spirituality, mysticism, and Biblical teachings.