The Statue of Liberty is #Lucifer

please check out my previous video about this on my youtube channel .

My videos are how about Ishtar gained power by stealing the power of the gods (ie. prometheus) and giving it to mankind and to empower herself as one the most high gods.  Check out this poem on the state of Liberty:

Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,
With conquering limbs astride from land to land;
Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand
A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame
Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name
Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand
Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command
The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame.
“Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she
With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

Who is she talking to? Who is the storied pomp? Give me your tired and poor…implies she is talking to one who is a leader of another land and who she has grown tired of. This coincides with the personality of Ishtar, Inanna, Isis, in every myth.

I claimed that she stole the power of creativity and civilization to empower herself. This power I believe is within the trident of Poseidon who is equivalent with Neptune, Enki and the Egyptian Ptah.

trident Poseidon_sculpture_copenhagen_20051

Poseidon’s power is associated directly with his trident

But in the stories of Inanna and Enki…. it explains how she stole the “mes” in Sumerian myths

via Wikipedia:

Mythological origin and nature[edit]

The mes were originally collected by Enlil and then handed over to the guardianship of Enki who was to broker them out to the various Sumerian centers beginning with his own city of Eridu and continuing with Ur, Meluhha, and Dilmun. This is described in the poem, “Enki and the World Order” which also details how he parcels out responsibility for various crafts and natural phenomena to the lesser gods. Here the mes of various places are extolled but are not themselves clearly specified, and they seem to be distinct from the individual responsibilities of each divinity as they are mentioned in conjunction with specific places rather than gods.[1] After a considerable amount of self-glorification on the part of Enki, his daughter Inanna comes before him with a complaint that she has been given short shrift on her divine spheres of influence. Enki does his best to placate her by pointing out those she does in fact possess.[2]

There is no direct connection implied in the mythological cycle between this poem and that which is our main source of information on the mes, “Inanna and Enki: The Transfer of the Arts of Civilization from Eridu to Uruk“, but once again Inanna’s discontent is a theme. She is the tutelary deity of Uruk and desires to increase its influence and glory by bringing the mes to it from Eridu. She travels to Enki’s Eridu shrine, the E-abzu, in her “boat of heaven”, and asks the mes from him after he is well into his cups, whereupon he complies. After she departs with them, he comes to his senses and notices they are missing from their usual place, and on being informed what he did with them attempts to retrieve them. The attempt fails and Inanna triumphantly delivers them to Uruk.[3]

Now take notice of who has the trident now:


well if it isn’t Britanica (aka Asharah, Ishtar, Isis, Aphrodite) . The trident looks awfully similar to the Fleur de Lis, which is said to be a lilly but remember the lilly is also a symbol of Isthar and is often decorated with on Easter morning.

the fleur di lis is a symbol of France. The Statue of liberty came from France. The stories of the Merovingian line connects to france…. hmm..

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