[He is so called] because he actedlike Nimrod.
Ninurta, read apparently Nimurtain dialectic Sumerian, is presumably a polemic distortion of the origin of thename Nimrod, the famous hunter of Hebrew mythology, which is incorporated in oneof the oldest Hebrew documents.
Nimrod would then border on the totalconcept of mythology.
Said [Nimrod] tohim: You pile words upon words, I bow to none but the fire - in it shall I throwyou, and let the God to whom you bow come and save you from it!
All we see of Nimrod is a few linesin the Bible, but before we cracked open that ‘Holy Book’ we were told thatNimrod was Black and the epitome of evil.
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Nimrod then became a vassal of Chedorlaomer, who involved him in the warwith the kings of and , with whom he was defeated by Abraham ("Sefer ha-Yashar," l.c.; comp.
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not like what we have been told. Without any extra-Biblicalinformation Nimrod was just a powerful leader and the son of
Nimrod, called Ninus by the Greeks, ..
Nimrod thereupon ranaway, but the man threw an egg at him; this was afterward transformed into alarge river in which all his troops were drowned, only he himself and three ofhis followers escaping.”
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He particularlypersecuted Abraham, who by his command was thrown into a heated furnace; and itwas on this account, according to one opinion, that Nimrod was called "Amraphel"(= "he said, throw in"; Targ.
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He was called "Nimrod", for the reason that he rebelled (marad=rebel)against the most high King above, against the higher angels and against thelower angels.' R.
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The symbol of the snake or dragon was older an the Biblical Nimrod and used byall people of the earth. It was and always will be a symbol of enlightenment and the coil a representation of DNA!