November 30, 2019 marks the opening of SEA games 2019, hosted by the Philippines. Joined by the Sultan of Brunei, Haji Hassanal Bolkiah, President Rodrigo Duterte officially opened the games at Philippine Arena, Bocaue, Bulacan. Ninety (90) kilometers away, Manny Paquiao and Nesthy Pelecio lighted the 50 Million Cauldron in New Clark City, Tarlac. Meanwhile, Typhoon Tisoy is on its way, as if it was also invited to play. What will happen next? Will the burning Cauldron finally stop, when it will be hit by typhoon?
By the way, is there a connection between Typhoon Tisoy or Kammuri and the Cauldron? Are they related to Greek pagan god Zeus and Tagalog term ‘Diyos‘? And why is Typhoon Tisoy on its way, as if it will also play in the SEA games? And why it will land in Camarines Sur, Philippines and why, will it hit on the third day reckoned from the opening of SEA games?
Finally, is there a connection of the above to Jesus, who is being revered as the alleged son, but, in reality, not the son of the Creator?
These are discussed below.
The workings of Satan is very much evident in today’s athletic events. SEA games, if noticed, originated from Olympics, which is a worldwide athletic competition. Olympic is derived from Olympus, a place in ancient Greece, where Zeus is revered as Greek pagan god.
Zeus (British English /zjuːs/, North American English /zuːs/; Ancient Greek: Ζεύς, Zeús [zdeǔ̯s]) is the sky and thunder god in ancient Greek religion, who rules as king of the gods of Mount Olympus. His name is cognate with the first element of his Roman equivalent Jupiter. His mythologies and powers are similar, though not identical, to those of Indo-European deities such as Jupiter, Perkūnas, Perun, Indra and Thor.
In ancient Greek, Zeus is pronounced as ‘zdeus’, which became ‘Dios‘ in Spanish or ‘Diyos’ in Tagalog.
From another account of Wikipedia, it states:
The dio- element has been associated since antiquity with Zeus (genitive Dios). The earliest attested form of the name is in Mycenaean Greek 𐀇𐁂𐁕𐀒 (di-wo-nu-so), Ancient Greek Διόνυσος (Diṓnusos) /di.ó.nyː.sos/. This is attested on two tablets that had been found at Mycenaean Pylos and dated to the 12th or 13th century BC. At the time, there could be no certainty on whether this was indeed a theonym. But the 1989–90 Greek-Swedish Excavations at Kastelli Hill, Chania, unearthed, inter alia, four artefacts bearing Linear B inscriptions; among them, the inscription on item KH Gq 5 is thought to confirm Dionysus’s early worship.
The second element -nūsos is of unknown origin. It is perhaps associated with Mount Nysa, the birthplace of the god in Greek mythology, where he was nursed by nymphs (the Nysiads), although Pherecydes of Syros had postulated nũsa as an archaic word for “tree” by the 6th century BC. Robert S. P. Beekes has suggested a Pre-Greek origin of the name, since all attempts to find an Indo-European etymology have failed.
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Later variants include Dionūsos and Diōnūsos in Boeotia; Dien(n)ūsos in Thessaly; Deonūsos and Deunūsos in Ionia; and Dinnūsos in Aeolia, besides other variants. A Dio- prefix is found in other names, such as that of the Dioscures, and may derive from Dios, the genitive of the name of Zeus.
Nonnus, in his Dionysiaca, writes that the name Dionysus means “Zeus-limp” and that Hermes named the new born Dionysus this, “because Zeus while he carried his burden lifted one foot with a limp from the weight of his thigh, and nysos in Syracusan language means limping”. In his note to these lines, W. H. D. Rouse writes “It need hardly be said that these etymologies are wrong”. The Suda, a Byzantine encyclopedia based on classical sources, states that Dionysus was so named “from accomplishing [διανύειν ] for each
From the above, the Dio-element in the name ‘Dionysus’, the son of Zeus, is present in the term Dios or Diyos, which, as described in Wikipedia, is a genitive case of the name of Zeus. Hence, almost all Filipinos, including Bro. Elli Soriano and his followers, who are subscribing to ‘Dios’, which is written in their Tagalog bible version, as their deity, are, in reality, worshipping Greek pagan god Zeus.
If confronted with the Zeus worship issue, they will deny it. In fact, they will say that Zeus is merely a myth. It is very obvious however that they are worshipping his name through the genitive case ‘Dios’ or Diyos. Also, everytime Filipinos are calling ‘Amang Diyos”, they are calling Greek pagan god Zeus as their heavenly father.
Most probably, they do not know it, or not willing to accept it that ‘Zeus myth mentality’ is contradicted by Acts 14:11-13, which states that Zeus was (and now-through athletic events also) a revered god. It states:
11 When the crowd saw what Paul had done, they shouted in the Lycaonian language, “The gods have come down to us in human form!” 12 Barnabas they called Zeus, and Paul they called Hermes because he was the chief speaker. 13 The priest of Zeus, whose temple was just outside the city, brought bulls and wreaths to the city gates because he and the crowd wanted to offer sacrifices to them.
No wonder that planners of the SEA games are hooked to cauldron and torching ceremony, which originated from the Greek Olympus day, being done to ceremoniously honor Greek pagan god Zeus. Thus, the connection of Cauldron and athletic torching ceremonies to Zeus. And why is Bicol, specifically, Camarines Sur about to be hit by Typhoon? It is because, Naga City, in Camarines Sur, is a place where Penafrancia, which help institutionalize the worship of Zeus through genitive case Dios or ‘Diyos’ in Tagalog, is celebrated annually.
Hitting Camarines Sur by Typhoon Tisoy three (3) days after the SEA games opening ceremony is a symbolic event representing the coming to life three (3) days after the crucifixion of the son. How are the above connected to Jesus? This is by calling Jesus (J-Zeus) as ‘anak ng Diyos’, which declares that Jesus is the son of Zeus. In conclusion therefore, the devil is still reigning in this world.
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- Christianity in general is a satanic cult
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- Concluding part of ‘J’ is the biblical letter that kills
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- Who is the real author of Catholicism and the present Christianity?
- Who is the little horn in Daniel 7:8?
- Identity of his Church: ‘Not among the existing Churches’