by Dr. James S. Trimm



My friends you don't know how bad, bad can get! Let me explain. Who do you think the "lawless one" is? Typologically he is Tammuz. Nimrod was the King of Babylon. His wife was Ishtar. Upon the death of Nimrod,  Ishtar did not wish to give up her place as queen of Babylon. As a result she prostituted herself and got pregnant. She then claimed that she had been miraculously impregnated. She claimed that Her husband Nimrod, being god incarnate, could not really die and was being miraculously born as his own son. The son's name became Tammuz, the new King of Babylon.

Tammuz means "the branch" and so Tammuz was worshipped with the symbol of the tree. He was also worshipped with the symbols of the cross and the phallic symbol (steeple). Two major festivals were established in Babylon tied into this story. The winter festival which celebrated the "miraculous birth of Tammuz" was celebrated around Dec. 25th. This festival involved feasting and celebrations including the symbolic festival tree. The other was the spring equinox festival which celebrated the resurrection of the dead Nimrod as his own son. This festival involved 40 days of mourning leading up to the sunrise service where all would rejoice as they saw the festival morning sunrise, symbolic of the resurrection of Nimrod the Sun-God  (for more on this I recommend my tape "Passover vs. Easter").

Now it takes no genius to see that the Church is Babylon, (this is clearly shown in the book The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop) and therefore the "Church's" "Jesus Christ" is Tammuz. Babylon/the Church still celebrates her high festivals to Tammuz/Jesus Christ. Since the Church generally falsely claims to be Israel and the Kingdom, her King of Kings is the King of Babylon, THE LAWLESS ONE.


Now lets talk about the anti-Messiah (commonly called the "anti-christ"). This individual is called "the anomos one" (throughout 2Thes. 2). Yeshua said "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." (Jn. 8:31-32). The New Testament poses the question "what is truth?" (Jn. 18:37-38). The answer is in the Tanakh in the book of Psalms:

...Your Torah is the truth" (Ps. 119:142)

...all Your commandments are truth  (Ps. 119:151)

The truth that brings freedom is the Torah. While Messiah taught truth (Jn. 8:31-32), HaSatan teaches lies (Jn. 8:44). This is one of the four tactics of HaSatan (Gen. 3). He deceives the whole world (Rev. 12:9). While the Torah is truth, HaSatan teaches a lie. That lie is that there is no Torah, that the Torah has been done away with. There is a Greek term for this false doctrine in the Greek New Testament,  which is "anomos." Anomos is made up of the Greek prefix "A" ("there is not; without") and the Greek word nomos (the Greek word for "Torah"). Anomos means "without the Torah" or "there is no Torah." Some NT examples of how it is used:

And because anomos shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold. (Mt. 24:12)

...I never knew you, depart from me, you that work anamos. (Mt. 7:23 also Mt. 13:41)

So Messiah teaches Torah (Mt. 5:17) while the anti-Messiah teaches "there is not a Torah (anomos)" (2Thes. 2).


 In 2Cor. 11:4 Paul warns us of "another Yeshua". This other Yeshua was a deception of HaSatan just as the serpent had deceived Eve:

But I fear lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtlety, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Messiah. For he that comes proclaims another Yeshua... (2Cor. 11:4-5)

 How did the serpent beguile Eve? With the tactic of deception. The Torah is truth ( Ps. 119:142, 151) and Messiah taught the Truth/Torah (Jn. 8:31-32; Mt. 5:17) but the "other Yeshua," the false Messiah, the Anti-Messiah, the "Jesus Christ" of Christendom teaches against Torah. So let's review the comparison:

"Jesus Christ" is the a-nomian Torah-less teacher and King of Babylon (the Church-Kingdom) who is worshiped with the cross, steeples and whose high festivals are Christmas and Easter.

Yeshua the Messiah is the Torah teacher and King of Israel who teaches the high festivals of the Torah.

Clearly "Jesus Christ" is another Yeshua and the "anomos" one. Now let's look at Revelation: In the book of Revelation we find that there is a beast who makes war with us (13:7). Virtually everyone else worships this beast (13:8). Maybe that's why he wants to make war with us, because we don't worship this beast. Instead we "keep the commandments of Elohim, and have the testimony of Yeshua the Messiah" (Rev. 12:17) So the Torah-less one wants us dead. He has an important confederate, a woman rides this beast (Rev. 17). She hates us and wants us dead also (17:6). Her name is Babylon (17:5). She is the mother of all whores (17:5). The beast actually hates her (17:16) but the the woman and the beast have one thing in common. They want to stop those of us who "keep the commandments of Elohim, and have the testimony of Yeshua the Messiah" (Rev. 12:17)


Now lets review. The woman (Babylon) i.e. Christendom, rides the beast, the Torah-less one, that is the anti-nomian "Jesus" of the Church, Tammuz. The Christians allied with Tammuz/"Jesus" will make war with those of us who "keep the commandments of Elohim, and have the testimony of Yeshua the Messiah" (Rev. 12:17)

Get ready. Watch out. The time comes when "kind gentle Christians" will slaughter us in the streets in the name of "Jesus" and believe that they are doing the work of "God." This message of Torah and Messiah may well cost you EVERYTHING. Are you ready?