Tammuz Rituals – Part I


This begins a small series on the worship of Tammuz

1. Why God is upset

2.  Bohemia Groves involvement

3.  Presidents who die at this time

The Bohemian conference of depravity have Druidic rituals. Solomon had these rituals as well. We find people still involved with Tammuz as we read in Ezekiel.

Ezekiel 8:12-15 CJB – Complete Jewish Bible

(12) Then he said to me, “Human being, did you see what the leaders of the house of Isra’el are doing in the dark, each one in the room of his own carved image, because they say, ‘Adonai can’t see us; Adonai has left the land.’?”

(13) He also said to me, “You will see even worse abominations that they are doing.”

(14) He brought me to the entrance of the north gate to Adonai’s house; and there before me were women weeping for Tammuz.

(15) “Human being,” he asked me, “have you seen this? You will see practices even more disgusting than these.”

If you read these chapters you will see what man has done to God’s house of worship. The woman are weeping for Tammuz.

Each verse gets worse and worse.

As believers we are the Temple of the Ruach HaChodesh (Holy Spirit). Judgment starts in the house of God. If we are the example for the world to live by, then we must be the correct example. Israel was set-apart (holy) to be Yahweh’s example. The example has not changed. But those following the example want it changed. They killed the prophets because they didn’t like what they said. People still fire the pastor who wants to change and the people do not.

Solomon’s wives offered up their children to Molech and Solomon participated at his wives requests. Solomon did not follow Yahweh’s ways and had the kingdom torn from him in what is known as the ‘generational curse’. It was finally completely torn from IsraEL after a few grandsons reigned. Manasseh was evil and followed the ways of Solomon and when the reign finally came to Josiah, who is known for the greatest Passover Feast on record, the kingdom failed. It had to be the heart of the people and it is recorded that Josiah brought all the items and foods for the feast….not the people.

Solomon changed God’s Torah to say that having wives and horses would not hurt Solomon because he was wise enough to know how to control that much power. He was in direct disobedience to God.

As king, Solomon had to write the Torah once a year, read it to the people daily and monthly. Solomon changed one vowel mark and turned it into his own version. Will or won’t. Having many wives and horses won’t hurt Solomon, he wrote.

Do you think NOT obeying Torah will or won’t hurt you?

Is your kingdom being torn from you? Is life going along good for you? Do you feel God’s blessings in your life? I don’t think life has to be perfect, because after all, we don’t live with perfect people. But, you should be able to see through problems and give them to God. He will carry your burden if you carry His yoke which is light. The Torah (God’s instructions) is that yoke. It is not a yoke of bondage, but of freedom as He is attached to it with you. Yeshua (Jesus) is the Word made flesh. What is the Word? The Word is God’s instructions on how to live your life. It is simple. We can only participate in the instructions that apply to us. And, there are more than 613 instructions. The ways of ‘walking out’ ones life will involve the conscious and heart to know God’s right from wrong. If God’s instruction are buried in your memory it will come out of your heart as you are filled with the Ruach HaChodesh (Holy Spirit). Josiah was filled up with the Holy Spirit as he chose to die in battle. He chose that death even though it was his grandfather, Solomon’s leadership, that caused them to be carried off. Josiah was willing to lay the land fallow at the Shemittah year but God knew the people’s hearts only wanted earthly kings to rule over them that would bend the Torah and make it into something that did not set them apart….

In verse 14 we see the woman crying over Tammuz. Why?

In other verses the priests are tickling the ears of the people in worshiping with offering heavy incense to other gods even having pictures of creatures (man and beast) are on the walls and God’s children venerating them. It goes on and on and is very similar to today’s worship. Men have turned to worshiping the creature and not their Creator. Today, we venerate saints declared by human beings and make statues to fit in large buildings and also the size to fit in ones pocket. This does not even discuss all the satanic rituals done by non-Christians. These scriptures are referring to people supposedly belonging (set apart) to God.

We also read that there were woman hired to mourn over the loss of Tammuz. His picture was inscribed in the wall and they would hire women to mourn for his loss. I have written many an article about Tammuz. Anything that has to do with his family must be cast down. It doesn’t matter if the meaning has changed for you. God is not interested in good intent. Tammuz’ birthday is December 25 or the Winter Equinox. This time period definitely is NOT the birth of our Savior, Yeshua (Jesus).

We can see from all the views of worship in Ezekiel that are going on, that God is upset with worship. He says to have No other false gods before us.  There are three different versions of the Ten-Commandments. Why can man not even agree on which one of the first ten to follow? It is because men have removed the commandment of no idol worship that caused the commandments to be out of order causing confusion and disorder in the churches.

Why did they remove the one about, ‘Thou shalt not have any idol before you?’ Because the churches and people like those large statues to pray to and light candles.   It makes people feel good to pray to more than one entity.  The more prayers the greater lottery of winning the answer to prayer?   People hate the realm they live in. They don’t like not seeing air, although they can see the ramification of air by a tree branch moving. People will hang chimes to see the effect of air. People have never liked ‘not seeing’ God. They seek other realms and are fascinated by angels. It gives them hope that they are special and loved. Men will rule over angels but now they allow these demons to come into their bodies for their knowledge and their physical strength.

When God told Israel to cross over the Jordan to occupy the new land, he was very specific that the Hebrews were not to worship as the Gentiles worshiped. Mosche lead them for forty year in the desert, their parents even had to die off, as they were stiff-necked people.  2.1 million people would die over 40 years for a constant unclean unclean situation in the camp.  And, babies were popping in the camp and perhaps lots of twins.  Adonai took these children aged forty and under and taught them for forty years the way of correct worship.

It was the Gentile’s ways that caused them failure then and it is the Gentile’s way that cause us failure today.  Man still thinks that there are many roads to God. I remember my Dad telling me that as he sat in a nursing home during his lasts days with Parkinson.  Men prefer to believe in a mercy and grace God and not one of justice.

It is God’s Torah that shows men how to live safely on the earth.  If man steps outside God’s instructions, he steps into that place where life doesn’t work out so well.  He could return just as the prodigal son returned to the Torah.  The prodigal son returned to the ways of his father.  There should be no jealously from a sibling as that sibling still enjoys all the blessings from continuing to live under God’s instructions known as Torah.

Abraham’s father, Terah, made idol figurines for Nimrod. We still see Nimrod’s idols at the time of the apostle Sh’ual (Paul).  The Greeks called Sh’ual, Paul.  He saw that the Galatians had an idol named, The unknown god.   Since Abraham knew the real living God, he smashed all the idols in his father’s workshop. When Terah saw the damage and asked who did this, Abraham replied, “It was the ‘unknown god’ that did it.” He was showing his father the stupidity of a piece of wood that can be burnt up as having no power. Terah knew these gods were worthless and so Abraham told Him about the real God known as Jehovah.

Vanutu Idols

When the apostle Sh’ual spoke to the Galatians, he told them that he knew who their ‘unknown’ god was. It was Jesus Christ from Nazareth and he tried to get them to leave their other Greek gods as the ‘real’ God was a jealous god and could have no other ‘false’ gods before him.

When Nimrod died, his wife, Shemaiah (sp), said she got pregnant by the sun. She is known as the ‘sun goddess’. The story indicates she had incest with her son, Tammuz. That son who impregnates her dies by being gourd by a hog. Her baby (second son) is also named Tammuz and they are declared gods because of her becoming pregnant from the sun. The impregnation occurs at the first Spring equinox and his birth at the winter equinox bringing about the celebration known as Eastar and Christmas. She will have many names down through history including Astarte, Diana (Greek), and Isis.

She is considered the ‘mother’ of fertility. Every year at the Spring Equinox they would have an open impregnation under the aster of trees of virgins. These children were born at the Winter Equinox in December and it is said that they were killed and their blood was put on eggs to please Astarte so fertility would continue for all humans and animals.

This is a gross act but it continued and was even practiced  by Solomon. This is why Easter has colored eggs and people eat ham at Easter. Christmas is celebrated at the winter Equinox and most people again serve ham. The Winter Equinox was December 25 and has been moved to December 21.

Christmas is suppose to be our Saviors’ birth, right?  Actually, scripture shows us that he was born in September with Miriam being impregnated at Chanukah. But, Satan, has changed the story line and the world just can’t let go of a 3000 year-old Tammuz tradition.

Men have always made gods for themselves. Today, I write once again about the Tammuz idolatry.   Many people are coming away from the false worship of Christmas and Easter. It takes a big person to do it because it seems so religiously right. But, doing religion isn’t what it’s about. It is doing things with our hearts and teaching our children the ways of God, and not Tammuz. Actually, God is insulted by celebrating anything about Him around any foreign God, especially Tammuz.

Ezekiel 8:14 CJB

(14) He brought me to the entrance of the north gate to Adonai’s house; and there before me were women weeping for Tammuz.

Acts 7:40-43 CJB

(40) saying to Aharon, ‘Make us some gods to lead us; because this Moshe, who led us out of Egypt — we don’t know what has become of him.’

(41) That was when they made an idol in the shape of a calf and offered a sacrifice to it and held a celebration in honor of what they had made with their own hands.

(42) So God turned away from them and gave them over to worship the stars — as has been written in the book of the prophets, ‘People of Isra’el, it was not to me that you offered slaughtered animals and sacrifices for forty years in the wilderness!

(43) No, you carried the tent of Molekh and the star of your god Reifan, the idols you made so that you could worship them. Therefore, I will send you into exile beyond Bavel.’

In 2013 Chanukah (Festival of Lights) was celebrated during Thanksgiving. It was the last Thanksgiving to ever be on Chanukah. I write about that thoroughly and it became quite a story. Chanukah celebrates the conception of Jesus/Yeshua our Messiah.

Did God ever ask us to celebrate birthdays? I don’t see it, except the angels do announce His arrival and thus we try to do our best to say, “Thank you” for coming. We can calculate His birth as being in the fall at Rosh Hosanna’s time line. It is Tishrei 1 that the king is announced. I’ve written extensively on that as well and it ties to Zechariah having John and Elizabeth and Miryam being pregnant at the same time but Elizabeth delivers six months earlier. God’s focus was always looking to Messiahs coming and now we look to His ‘second’ coming. His death, burial and resurrection give us eternal salvation for those that will believe and then as the Living Torah, He gives us instructions on how to live our lives safely on his earth.

As I think of the ‘last shall be first’ theme, I think of this. He does not make a BIG DEAL over the first thing he did such as being born; but God instructs us not to forget to remember His passing. Yeshua said to do this in remembrance of me. He was saying to participate in the Passover meal known as Seder, which tells His story of redemption. Jesus was from the tribe of Benjamin. Ben means, son. All the tribes, including Jesus’ family and his disciples, celebrated Pesach (Passover).

When we know Messiah Yeshua as Savior we tell the story of his Resurrection and how it saves us. That is the gospel of salvation that connects us now to being like Him.  So, the last thing He did was to die as a servant. That last thing is the first most important thing to understand. If he didn’t do the last thing (of dying and rising), his being born had no substance…He was just another prophet.    He was the First Fruit out of the ground. This First Fruit (Yeshua) goes to the Father on the 40th Day of the Counting of the Omer.

When He told the story of how ‘the last shall be first’ he was speaking on how to be a servant. It will be those with a servant’s heart living out the Torah in their lives that will be first in the Kingdom of God.  Those participating in Torah will continue in it.  They will understand how to worship God.  God says he won’t even know those that cast demons out in his name or did miracles.  Why?  Because we can only know our Father by knowing His ways.  How can anyone expect to participate in activities if you don’t even know what is going on.  Many a Christian may be refused entry as they don’t know whose door they are knocking on.  Christians don’t know what the next phase of God’s plan will be like because they aren’t doing it now.   Christians today will have to ask a Hebrew (Jew) the ways of God.  It is in this humble state of entry to the kingdom that they may be the least.  They are the least because they know the least.

Does this sound crazy?e  What is crazy is that for 3000 years God’s children have had blinders on following  the demi-god Tammuz.

He came as a servant in the Spring Feasts and now we see Him coming as King in the Fall Feasts.   First be least (servant) and then you’ll be great. The least/last are first.  They will humble themselves and teach others Torah as they enjoy the greatness of Torah…  It is a great thing to serve God!  Part of the great commission was living out Torah and disciplining others to do the same…with a heart for God.

Mathew 20:27 and whoever wants to be first must be your slave!

Mark 9:35 He sat down, summoned the Twelve and said to them, “If anyone wants to be first, he must make himself last of all and servant of all.”

Mat 7:15 “Beware of the false prophets! They come to you wearing sheep’s clothing, but underneath they are hungry wolves!
Mat 7:16 You will recognize them by their fruit. Can people pick grapes from thorn bushes, or figs from thistles?
Mat 7:17 Likewise, every healthy tree produces good fruit, but a poor tree produces bad fruit.
Mat 7:18 A healthy tree cannot bear bad fruit, or a poor tree good fruit.
Mat 7:19 Any tree that does not produce good fruit is cut down and thrown in the fire!
Mat 7:20 So you will recognize them by their fruit.
Mat 7:21 “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord!’ will enter the Kingdom of Heaven, only those who do what my Father in heaven wants.

Those who love the Father will be obeying Torah.  Messiah can only do what the Father says.  Therefore, they are one in their instruction (Torah).
Mat 7:22 On that Day, many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord! Didn’t we prophesy in your name? Didn’t we expel demons in your name? Didn’t we perform many miracles in your name?’
Mat 7:23 Then I will tell them to their faces, ‘I never knew you! Get away from me, you workers of lawlessness!’

What is lawlessness?  They are those that go against God’s instructions.  Yes, they are: Torahless.

Mat 7:24 “So, everyone who hears these words of mine and acts on them will be like a sensible man who built his house on bedrock.
Mat 7:25 The rain fell, the rivers flooded, the winds blew and beat against that house, but it didn’t collapse, because its foundation was on rock.

This rock is Torah.  And, the Messiah that the Jews are looking for can never violate Torah…He WAS Torah…Everything about him was Torah.

Christians can NOT remove Torah from God’s children’s lives.  The Gentiles were let into this covenant relationship but with stern caution not to allow any Gentile ways of worship.  Paul made sure that the disciples knew he was a Jew committed to the Torah and Yeshua was the Messiah.  Tammuz was false worship from the days of Nimrod and still today the world  honors Tammuz through Christmas and Easter worship.  The Gentiles joined to Torah through Yeshua being the Messiah was the goal of Paul’s communication to the Gentile.

Today as I type on Tammuz 14, the ordinances of Torah have been so violated by the appeasement of churches who don’t know how to defend God’s Words….The Bible.  Many churches can only lean on the New Testament writings for their debates with the Supreme Court for a ruling that marriage be between a man and woman.  When the church itself removed the instructions, it put itself under the curse of Revelation 22:19 “And if anyone takes away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from him his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.  KJV

The House of Tammuz:  38,000 denominations who can’t get along.  The non-believer looks in at this crumbling house and shakes its head and tries another variety.  A religion such as Islam banishes all gays from its people.  Oh they have their sins, but all in all, Allah principles follow many Torah principles and they are willing to ‘stand.’  America is NOT willing to stand for Torah because the shepherds have told them that  ‘it is NOT for us today.’    We are too sophisticated to rest on the Sabbath or to participate in The Lord’s Feasts…those things are for the Jews, not us, they say.

Deut 4:2 In order to obey the mitzvot of Adonai your God which I am giving you, do not add to what I am saying, and do not subtract from it.

Rev 22:18 I warn everyone hearing the words of the prophecy in this book that if anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues written in this book.

Rev 22:19 And if anyone takes anything away from the words in the book of this prophecy, God will take away his share in the Tree of Life and the holy city, as described in this book.

Rev 22:20 “The one who is testifying to these things says, ‘Yes, I am coming soon!’ ” Amen! Come, Lord Yeshua!
Rev 22:21 May the grace of the Lord Yeshua be with all!
Mat 7:26 But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not act on them will be like a stupid man who built his house on sand.
Mat 7:27 The rain fell, the rivers flooded, the wind blew and beat against that house, and it collapsed — and its collapse was horrendous!”


What is important to God are hearts that are willing to come together at the place that God determine and on the days that God determines. The Lord’s appointed times celebrate His death, burial and resurrection at the Passover time period. It is a Spring Feast.

Yeshua ascends to the Father on 40th Day of Counting of Omer and Shavuot is the 50th Day.

Shavuot is fifty days from the Feast of First Fruits which is always on a Sunday. The giving of the Torah to the assembly by Mosche at Mt. Sinai was on the same day the Comforter/Ruach HaChodesh (Holy Spirit) is given. Christians call is Pentecost. Messiah

Next are the Fall Feasts which show us His Second Coming.

  1. Feast of Trumpets also known as Rosh (Head) Hoshanna (Year). Tishrei 1-2
  2. Yom Kippur – Day of Atonement/Judgment – Tishrei 10
  3. Feast of Tabernacles – Tishrei 15-22; Sh’mini Atzeretz (eighth day)
  4. Simchat Torah – Rejoicing in the Torah – Tishrei 23

The Promise: Isaiah 56:6-7

Isaiah 56:6-7 KJV King James Version

(6) Also the sons of the stranger, that join themselves to the LORD, to serve him, and to love the name of the LORD, to be his servants, every one that keepeth the sabbath from polluting it, and taketh hold of my covenant;

(7) Even them will I bring to my holy mountain, and make them joyful in my house of prayer: their burnt offerings and their sacrifices shall be accepted upon mine altar; for mine house shall be called an house of prayer for all people.

Isaiah 56:6-7 CJB

(6) “And the foreigners who join themselves to Adonai to serve him, to love the name of Adonai, and to be his workers, all who keep Shabbat and do not profane it, and hold fast to my covenant,

(7) I will bring them to my holy mountain and make them joyful in my house of prayer; their burnt offerings and sacrifices will be accepted on my altar; for my house will be called a house of prayer for all peoples.”

The Fulfillment: Ephesians 2:11-13 and 17-19 (KJV)

Ephesians 2:11-13 KJV

(11) Wherefore remember, that ye being in time past Gentiles in the flesh, who are called Uncircumcision by that which is called the Circumcision in the flesh made by hands;

(12) That at that time ye were without Christ, being aliens from the commonwealth of Israel, and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope, and without God in the world:

  1. But now in Christ Jesus ye who sometimes were far off are made nigh by the blood of Christ.

Ephesians 2:17-19 KJV

(17) And came and preached peace to you which were afar off, and to them that were nigh.

(18) For through him we both have access by one Spirit unto the Father.

(19) Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints, and of the household of God;

I close with another “Yod of Elohim’.

My niece, Jill, at age 38 passed into our Saviors hands September 15, 2012. I was observing The Lord’s Feasts and knew God had taken her at a special time. It was horrific seeing her family suffer and so I’ve kept things to myself.   But, after several years and knowing what day God created this beautiful lady, I knew I had to add this one last story.

She left a seven-month baby boy, Adrian. She left seven and eight year-old daughters and a husband who loved her dearly.

What day did she pass into Her Lord’s arms? It was Elul 28, 5772. It was the eve of the Erev of Rosh Hoshanna, Feast of Trumpets, the announcing of the king. It was hours before the new Hebrew civil calendar. God took her home to tabernacle with Him at the perfect time if there was one. It also was Sabbath Nitzavim, ‘standing’. The scripture readings all around the world that day on the Hebrew calendar were: Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20, Isaiah 61:10-63:9, Acts 19-20.

But what day was she born? This is what dropped my jaw.  The Ascension of her Jesus.  

It was The 40th Day of the Counting of the Omer. It was the day our Messiah Yeshua returned to the Father so The Comforter (Ruach HaChodesh/Holy Spirit) could come. She was born on The Ascension of her Savior.   She loved Him and He knew her path.

She was dedicated to following the teachings of her church that even her children were schooled by the sisters.    God knew her heart and I believe her spirit ascended because she believed on His atoning blood.

Ascension Day to Eve Erev Feast of Trumpets/Rosh Hoshanna

Risen with Him * Trumpets called  her  to Him

God has ordained each of us to be born once and to die once. He has a set time for each of us. It is the second death, that spiritual death, that has been crushed by Yeshua’s death and resurrection on that 40th Day.   Each of us has to determine which path to follow; spiritual life or spiritual death. Yeshua came so that all may repent and return to Him.

To God be all the glory!

Druitic Rituals to be continued….Tammuz 17

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