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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. (more…)
Are Catholics and Christians worshipping the Creator or are they deceived to worship Greek pagan god Zeus using tradition and the bible? This issue will be tackled in this article with preliminary question by invoking John 14:6, which provides that “6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Is the bible really telling the truth? No. It is because the Zeus-Dionysus-Jesus Christ connection is obvious in today’s worship and religious practices though the genitive Dios, more specifically, through the Filipino term ‘Diyos’, which originated from the influence of Spaniards, who brought the Roman Catholic beliefs to Filipinos.
Wikipedia (Etymology section) describes the Zeus-Dionysus connection through the ‘dio’ element in Dionysus, as follows:
“The dio- element has been associated since antiquity with Zeus (genitive Dios). The earliest attested form of the name is Mycenaean Greek 𐀇𐀺𐀝𐀰, di-wo-nu-so, written in Linear B syllabic script, (more…)
Due to influence of Greeks and Romans, Roman Catholics and Christians, worldwide, had been profaning the heavenly Father and putting His name in vain? And they did them despite of a warning that nobody, either Israelite or pagan, will be held guiltless if he or she will take His name in vain?
Well, this is a challenge to all thinking people. But most probably, some Roman Catholics and Christians will not even dare thinking to drive at a valid conclusion but would only invoke faith in false teachers as a big reason to drive at a conclusion.
For reference, Exodus 20:7 states: “7 Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain. (KJV)“
Also, quoted below is Ezekiel 22:26, stating that: (more…)
Firmly and faithfully believing in the name Jesus as ‘The Christ’ is a sure way to hell. This proposition is based on the fact that the Greek name Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous), which is pronounced as ‘Yah-Zeus’ and origin of English name Jesus, was merely created by ancient Greek writers in 321 AD, when Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire decreed the formation of Christianity.
Notably, under Emperor Constantine, Christianity was formed based on the combination of Hebrew and pagans’ belief that also combined the name of their respective God-YHWH and Zeus, which was adopted as the name of the messiah.
In their report, the The Nazarean Way Internet Ministry and The Essene-Nazarean Church of Mount Carmel in Missouri found out that the intention of adopting the Greek name Iēsous, as the name of Christ, was to peacefully unite the YHWH and Zeus believers. This is quoted as follows:
In other words, no matter the language spoken – Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin, Greek, et. al. – “He is always called by the name ‘Iēsous,’” pronounced YaH-Zeus; He was never called the common Jewish names “Joshua,” “Yeshua,” or “Yehoshua.” His name is “Iēsous” and it identifies the members of just one Royal Family prominent in Jewish history.
How were Philo of Alexandria and the ancient bible writers deceived Christians? More specifically, how were they able to arrive at a Greek name Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous), which is the Greek origin of Jesus, as the alleged name of the messiah?
In a search for historical Iēsous and Mary Magdalene, The Nazarean Way Internet Ministry and The Essene-Nazarean Church of Mount Carmel in Missouri reported:
“In 2002 we spotted a clue in Luke’s Gospel: a Pythagorean Sacred Number. A simple Internet search for “First Century Pythagoreans” led to Philo of Alexandria whom Clement called “The Pythagorean.” Philo taught a method of biblical interpretation that was known to and practiced by the Essenes.
Fifteen years of Following Philo–pulling threads from ancient texts, inscriptions, marble busts, and other artifacts – led to the history hidden in myths and fictions. “The Nazarean and the Magdalene” were not what we expected – in fact, they are much better (more…)
If you are asking for something from the messiah, what will you get as an answer after you call him ‘Jesus‘? Of course, the reply would be logically like this: “Excuse me, my name was pronounced Yahushua, not J-Zeus…Since you are asking something from J-Zeus, whose name is closely related to Greek and Roman god Zeus, kindly expect help from Zeus, if he can, not from my heavenly Father”.
Note: Beware of the ‘sign of cross’ or ‘sign of the beast’ that may appear in the video.
What is the basis of the above proposition?
The proposition is based on the study of elijah.com. According to the study, the real name of the messiah, who was being called as the branch, could be traced as it is prophesied in the old testament, more specifically, in Zechariah 6:9-15, stating as follows: (more…)
What’s wrong in Christianity, Christendom, Christmas and other doctrines and practices using the name of Christ? Conclusively, in a singular form of deception, Christendom and the world were deceived by Roman Catholicism to finally believe that Jesus (J-Zeus) is Christ, despite the lack of any historical basis.
It is as if, Christians are also believing that Christ was born as a citizen of United States or United Kingdom who adopted an English name or the English language had been in existence in Bethlehem when Christ was born until he was crucified at the Calvary.
Truly, ‘Jesus is Christ’ doctrine is false, as there was no person with a name ‘Jesus’ Christ that existed prior, during or immediately after crucifixion of Christ.
Also, take note that Christ has a Hebrew name but Roman Catholicism, without any valid reason at all, doctrinally opted to adopt the Greek translation Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous), which was finally transliterated to Jesus, as if it is the original name of Christ and that Christ was born and crucified as Greek. (more…)
True or False? Question: The name ‘Jesus’ was in existence in Bethlehem, Judah and inside or outside the Roman Empire, when Christ was born until he was crucified. What is your answer? True or False?
If your answer is ‘True’ then Jesus is the True Christ but if your answer is ‘False’ then Jesus is a False Christ.
But, if you say and testify that the name ‘Jesus’ had been in existence at that time, then you are telling a big lie because the Greek writers who wrote the new testament after the crucifixion of Christ are one in naming him Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous). In short, the name Jesus merely resulted from transliteration of a Greek name.
Allegedly, the Greek translation was taken from a Hebrew name of Christ. But if deeply scrutinized, as it would not appear to be deceptive if you are not conscious of pagan god Zeus as a possible subject of worship, a danger may be noticed because the name Iēsous sounds more to have a root name of ‘sous’ (Zeus).
Besides, the Hebrew name can be translated/transliterated to English direct from Hebrew or without passing the Greek translation. Obviously, by doing so, even by transliteration, the Hebrew name would less likely result to ‘Jesus’. Thus, it is apparent that the Greek translation, which became the basis of the transliterated name ‘Jesus’ had contaminated the name to favor Zeus by deceptively inserting the root name of said pagan god.