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The First Beast in Revelation 13


Emperor CosntantineHow is the first beast related to the name of blasphemy? Is there an intimate relation between the first beast and the second beast, which are described in Revelation 13? How about the second beast? Is it likewise related to the name of blasphemy?

Well, Catholics, Orthodox believers and Christians may not be aware of their connections. But if  these issues are studied deeper, it will consequently result in their getting out of their belief system. It is because they will realize that they are serving and worshipping the second beast. It is however almost impossible for them to know the truth because of their strong delusions to believe in a lie, as prophesied in 2 Thessalonians 2:11.

The relation of the first beast to the name of blasphemy is stated in Revelation 31:1. It states:

13 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.

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Cauldron, ‘Diyos’, Jesus and Zeus Connection


cauldronNovember 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. (more…)

What’s in a blasphemous name?


Dragon fruitPeople say “what’s in a name?” to imply that name does not matter. Also, William Shakespeare (Wikipedia) has his own version “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet“, which “is a popular reference to his play Romeo and Juliet, in which Juliet seems to argue that it does not matter that Romeo is from her family’s rival house of Montague, that is, that he is named “Montague”. The reference is often used to imply that the names of things do not affect what they really are. This formulation is, however, a paraphrase of Shakespeare’s actual language. Juliet compares Romeo to a rose saying that if he were not named Romeo he would still be handsome and be Juliet’s love. This states that if he were not Romeo, then he would not be a Montague and she would be able to get married with no problem at all.”

How about if dragon fruit flower is named rose? Will name not matters? Good, if the dragon fruit flower smell  as sweet as rose, assuming that rose is still smelling sweet. Also, why is there ‘blasphemous name‘ in Revelation 13:1, if name does not really matter?

Simply put therefore, there are at least two (2) kinds of believers, to wit; 1) believers of Juliet or in a ‘rose’ or Shakespearean doctrine and 2) believers of the words in the Book of Revelation. (more…)

Reasons why Jesus is the ‘name of blasphemy’


 

The Pope and the ChildBelievers worship the name Jesus, without valid logical reason, at all, or simply, based on questionable faith. Are they aware of the ‘name of blasphemy’ in Revelation 13? Or are they just comfortable believing in a lie? Of course, not all will admit that Jesus name is the name of blasphemy, but, if history is reviewed, with common sense and without bias or free from delusion, it will point to a Jesus name, which is being worshiped by Roman Catholics, Orthodox believers and Christians. Bible scholars, teachers and christian leaders would even shout in reverence of this name, not aware that it is the name of blasphemy.

Historically, Jesus name came from Greek name Iesous, which was initially transliterated to Iesus in the 1611 King James Version. At that time, letter “J” was not yet in existence in the English language. The name is also transliterated to Filipino as Hesus or Hesu or Esus, Esu, Iesus, Issa in other languages. Also, some historians quote Hesus or Esus as the name of a Celtic and Gallo-Roman god. It is described in wikipedia. Others describe Iaso, as the female counterpart name of Iesous in Greek, hence, in all probability, Jesus name did (more…)

The Two Beasts in Revelation 13


There are different views on the two beasts in Revelation 13. But none of them points to Emperor Constantine I and his political-religious empire and Jesus Christ and Christianity, which are, in reality, being referred in the verses.

Objectively, the identity of the two beasts was ascertained through review of history and connecting it to the verses. For example, Revelation 13:1-2 (KJV) gives us the clue on the first beast. The verses state:

13 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.

And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.

Verse 1 describes the rising up of the first beast out of the sea, which is a figurative description of the origin of the first beast. This is better understood, if co-related to the description of the second beast in Revelation 13:11, where it is described to “come up out of the earth“. Obviously, sea is liquid or unsolidified or not stable. In contrast, earth or land is solid or firm. These two describe the condition of the predecessor empire, where the first and second beast emanated, respectively. Notice that the description of the predecessor of the first beast (more…)

Where did the names ‘Jesus’ and ‘Christ’ originate?


Seemingly Straight Road

Seemingly straight but actually crooked way

If you are God and everyday, you are hearing people praising and worshipping a name, which is not your name, what will you feel? Will you be happy? This sub-article of Shocking truth about ‘Jesus Christ’ name mainly focuses on the origin of the names ‘Jesus’ and ‘Christ’. This is to know, whether or not, the names deserve to be praised. Incidentally, this will give us a clue on people, who are more than atheists and satanists.

Of course, the names ‘Jesus’ and ‘Christ’ are found in the English bible. Thus, without controverting facts, which will put the bible in question, the names are presumed to be the truth. But granting for the sake of argument that said names are, in fact, written in the bible, with spiritual guide, did it ever occur to believer’s mind that maybe the spirit that guided is evil and the names written therein are corrupted? It is because the English and Christian name Jesus Christ is playing an important role in a narration of past events, during which time, the present English language, Catholicism and Christianity were not yet in existence.

In short, how can a christian and english name Jesus Christ evolve into existence as the name of the son, when the messiah was neither a Christian or an Englishman?

Thus, consequently, for believing in a Jesus Christ name, which did not exist when the messiah was here on earth, Catholics and Christians are deemed (more…)

What is the name of the Father?


Father's Name

Source:: Gustav Eggerking facebook page

Adults have confusing views on the personal name of the Father. Some says Yahweh, some alleges Jehovah, some calls Him through a title Lord, God, Adonai or Elohim. If you notice, almost everybody has his own way of naming the heavenly Father. And they are not aware that, in addition to the initial “Yah” sound in Hallelu-YAH or “Praise Yah” that is stated in Revelation 19, the last sound of the name of the Father is heard in a newborn’s cry. In essence, if anyone could only ask the newborn about the name of the Father, he or she will answer, correctly, half of it, more than the adults or differently from what is being taught to adults.

One of the elements of the name of the Father is life, which is externally manifested by sound ‘UHA’ in a newborn’s cry. It is so, it being the sound of presence of life in a newborn, upon birth. No wonder that there are verses, which show the Father’s love of children, whose innocence is (more…)

Who is the real author of Catholicism and present Christianity?


Politics and Religious beliefs

Politics and Religious beliefs have the same purpose-that is, to control the minds and wealth of other people

If Sabbath law is taken into account, who is the real author of Catholicism in particular and the present Christianity in general? Many will say that Jesus Christ is the moving force behind or the author. Could it really be true? With all due respect to Catholics and Christians, this can not be true, at all, because there was no Jesus name that ever existed when the messiah was here on earth. That being so, even if everybody would shout that the force behind these belief systems is him, it would simply fail because Jesus Christ is a fictitious entity who was just created by the bible.

Who is Jesus Christ by the way?

All those defending the name Jesus justify the name to have originated from Yeshua, which is an Aramaic name. However, assuming that said name is in Hebrew, which others claim to be, the theory of those defending the name to have originated from Aramaic or Hebrew does not deserve any merit because in so far as name is concerned, what applies is transliteration and not translation, when converting it from one language to another.

Transliteration is defined as follows:
From Wikipedia:

“Systematic transliteration is a mapping from one system of writing into another, typically grapheme to grapheme. Most transliteration systems are one-to-one, so a reader who knows the system can (more…)

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