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APPENDIX 2

http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/3260132

http://www.zianet.com/maxey/Inter3.htm
The above websites address the cade of paganism in Christianity.

Why woulds the translators of the King James Bible use a name like Eli-Zeus in stead of the correct transliteration, Elisha? They knew what they were doing. It is blatant idol worship. Elisha means, My El is salvation, but Eli-Zeus means, My El is Zeus! That is shocking is it not? Now, that is how we have been indoctrinated & misled through the ages. The Greeks and Romans did indeed change our Messiahs name to Zeus for a very good reason. It is because Zeus had a December 25 25thBirthday! In Latin the term Io means hail or pra ise. Hence, on December 25 in Ancient Rome, people would give praises to the god Saturn on December 25 as they shouted Io, Saturnalia, Io, Saturnalia. This was a day for orgies, child sacrifices, drunkenness, gluttony, over-indulgence of the flesh and debauchery. Later on as Greek pagan god Zeus were merged into JZeus and so the mantra changed from Io Christianity began to spread through the Roman Empire, the Roman pagan god of Jupiter & the
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Saturnalia (praise Saturn) to Io Zeus which literally means Praise Zeus! zeus_18.html

-http://doubleportioninheritance.blogspot.com/2011/07/does-name-jesus-really-come-from-

Andrew Gabriel Roth of Netzari Press cites in his Aramaic English New Testament (AENT): http://www.aent.org/ Yshua to Zeus TAKEN FROM THE ARAMAIC ENGLISH NEW TESTAMENT (APPENDIX PP. 1055-1056)

http://www.freewebs.com/elyah/newupdatedsyncretism.htm While it is true that Iesous became the Greek substitute for Yehoshua (Greek Septuagint translation of the Tanakh), it is also true that the Greek language is very capable of reproducing the name of Yehoshua (Yshua) with exact sonic pronunciation. However, an etymological link evolved between Iesous, Zeus, and Jesus, pronounced: Ie-soos, Zoos; and Jee-zuhs. Regardless as to whether one recognizes sonic similarities or not, there are many other factors that connect the Christian worship of Jesus to Zeus. Notice Elizeus in the 1611 King James Version (Luke 4:27), spelled exactly as seen here, is a name that weds the pagan deity Zeus with the Elohim of Israel. While this is clear evidence of a blatant pagan connection to Zeus worship, weve only begun to scratch the surface. Historians have noted that for many centuries busts of Zeus were prominently displayed in many Christian churches throughout Europe not only Catholic Churches where idolatry is a normative, but also in Orthodox churches. The original busts of Zeus were imported into the most prominent front and center parts of Christian sanctuaries. Rav Shauls letters had not been heeded by the Church. In the year 230 C.E. the Christian Church Founder Tertulian wrote: But [Gentile Christian] who are strangers to (Jewish) Sabbaths, and new moons, and festivals, once acceptable to God, the Saturnalia, the feasts of January, the Brumalia and Matronalia are now frequented, with gifts being carried to and fro. Early in Roman church history it was very fashionable to syncretize pagan worship into Christianity. One of the most evident pagan elements is the sun-child of December twenty-fifth who became the son-child of Mary the mother of God. Ishtar, from where the fish symbol originated, was also a of paganism and dropped into the Easter wafer, in which most Christians indulge. carry-over into Christianity, and transubstantiation is another pagan rite that was ripped right out

Constantines intention at Nicaea was to create an entirely new god for his empire who would unite

all religious factions under one deity. Presbyters were asked to debate and decide who their new
god would be. Delegates argued among themselves, expressing personal motive for inclusion of particular writings that promoted the finer traits of their own special deity. Throughout the

meeting, howling factions were immersed in heated debates, and the names of 53 gods were tabled for discussion. As yet, no God had been selected by the council, and so they balloted in order to determine that matter... For one year and five months the balloting lasted... (God's Book of Eskra, Prof. S.L. MacGuires translation, Salisbury, 1922, chapter xlviii, paragraphs 36, 41). At the end of that time, Constantine returned to the gathering to discover that the presbyters had not agreed on a new deity but had balloted down to a short list of five prospects: Caesar, Krishna,

Mithra, Horus and Zeus (Historia Ecclesiastica, Eusebius, c. 325). Constantine was the ruling spirit
at Nicaea and he ultimately decided upon a new god for them. To involve British factions, he ruled Sanskrit for Christ), and thus Hesus Krishna would be the official name of the new Roman god. A vote was taken and it was with a majority show of hands (161 votes to 157) that both divinities that the name of the Druid god, Hesus, be joined with the Eastern Saviour-god, Krishna (Krishna is

become one God. Following long-standing heathen custom, Constantine used the official gathering and the Roman apotheosis decree to legally deify two deities as one, and did so by democratic consent. A new god was proclaimed and officially ratified by Constantine (Acta Concilii Nicaeni, 1618). That purely political act of deification effectively and legally placed Hesus and

Krishna among the Roman gods as one individual composite. That abstraction lent Earthly

existence to amalgamated doctrines of the Empires new religion; and because there was no letter

J in alphabets until around the ninth century, the name subsequently evolved into Jesus Christ.
From: http://doubleportioninheritance.blogspot.com/2011/07/does-name-jesusreally-come-from-zeus_18.html by Maria Merola