Jesus – Greek: Iesous or the son of Zeus, Latin: Jesus, a sus is a pig or the pig god, Hebrew H’soos means the horse, so when Christians are praying in Jesus’ name they are praying for the horse god of death, war, and destruction.
This deity is worshiped today as “JESUS CHRIST” but in ancient times this deity was worshiped as “SERAPIS CHRISTUS” by the Byzantine Christians, before the Council of Nicaea, and before the letter “J” was invented. Ptolemy 1 Soter created the deity Serapis Christus in an effort to deify himself, he wanted to be worshipped as a god.
Christ – in Sanskrit is – Krishna an Hindu god.
“The Krishna of Ancient Hinduism is the Christ of Christianity. Christ comes from the Greek word Christos, and Christos is the Greek version of the word Krishna.
Deity SIN..was a Babylonian god of the moon, and lord of wisdom. Sin is the son of Enlil and Ninlil. His wife, Ningal, daughter of Enki. Sin and Ningal is the parents of Shamash and Ishtar. When you say sin referencing iniquity you are calling on the name of a wicked pagan deity, and provoking Almighty Yah to wrath and furious anger.
POTOLEMY 1 SOTER
Potolemy 1 Soter was a Macedonian Greek general under Alexander the Great. Potolemy became ruler of Egypt (323-283 BC) and founded a dynasty which ruled it for the next three centuries, turning Egypt into a Hellenistic Kingdom and Alexandria into a center of Greek culture.
The common abbreviation for Iesous was “IHS”, which is found on many inscriptions of the Church. “IHS” was the mystery name of Bacchus, aka “Tammuz.” Both were known as ” The Fish” god.
Jesus was also associated with fish, and thus his name was used synonymously – Jesus/ Iesous/ Ichthus (Fish) Ichthys was Dagon, the fish god of Babylonia, and was just another name for Bacchus/Tammuz
The letter “J” was not invented until around 1525, so any word in your Covenant Scriptures that start with the letter “J” is pagan. It is amazing the Idol, Image Jesus said that “you will be led astray with a hook (letter J ) in your mouth. So every person that calls upon Jesus is led astray with a hook in their mouths, because the letter “J” resembles a hook.
God – Babylonian deity of good fortune, originally Gawd, so when people call upon god: they are actually calling Babylonian deities. God is Dog spelled backwards. The abbreviation for the gods of this world, gold- oil- drugs – and silver= GODS.
The singular form for god in the Hebrew is “EL” who was the supreme god of the pantheons of Phoenicia, canan, and Syria, who, with his wife Asherat and his son Baal, formed a triad. He was considered remote and an all-powerful god associated with the sky.
LOOK!!! you are still worshiping the “EL” bull Apis...yea that same bull worship that provoked Yah to wrath and furious anger at Mount Sinai..
EL- god singular refer to just one god it references the Fallen Angels; the Fallen Angeles has the “EL” at the ending of their name in the Book of Enoch.
EL- god (not Yah) Yah is not a god. EL in Hebrew mean Bull/Ox the wicked Hebrews were worshiping god Apis the Bull (EL).
Elohim – gods plural, this is not speaking of the most High Yah, it is speaking of the “Fallen Ones” The Watchers,” those from heaven to earth came, redirecting the worship and praise meant for only the most High Yah, to themselves. Pagan deities, used for the Pantheon of Canaanite deities, derived from the word eloah – “Female”.
“EL” and “YL” as in Babylon, Ysrayl, form is exactly the same there isn’t any difference at all, they are pronounced the same.
Hebrew’s stop calling yourselves, Israel, Yisrael, Ysrayl, Yisrayl, etc. “EL” is referencing the Fallen Angels….go to the Book of Enoch…and notice the names of the Fallen Angels...LOOK… and you will see “EL” at the end of THEIR NAMES...that is the “EL” that you Hebrews are calling…Yourselves so proudly…changing your names.
Well… you are calling yourselves the children of the..
LOOK!!… THE MEANING OF” EL” AND” ELOHIM”
Strongs #6: Verb; a primitive root;
1) perish, vanish, go astray, be destroyed 1a) (Qal) 1a1) perish, die, be exterminated 1a2) perish, vanish (fig.) 1a3) be lost, strayed 1b) (Piel) 1b1) to destroy, kill, cause to perish, to give up (as lost), exterminate 1b2) to blot out, do away with, cause to vanish, (fig.) 1b3) cause to stray, lose 1c) (Hiphil) 1c1) to destroy, put to death 1c1a) of divine judgment 1c2) object name of kings (fig.)
LOOK!!! As you can clearly see, you are pronouncing a “CURSE” upon yourselves…and provoking Yah to WRATH, and FURIOUS ANGER!!