Does your King James Version Bible use words or wording that originated in pagan religions, especially in pagan sun worship such as: 👉 Amen, Bible, Christ, Church, Cross, Easter, Ghost, Glory, God, Holy, Jesus, Lord, and Testament?
The Hebrew of the Old Testament reveals to us that the Scriptural Hebrew word (which means: so be it, or verily, or surely) is “Amein” and not “Amen.” Likewise, the Greek equivalent in the Greek New Testament is pronounced: “Amein.” The Egyptians, including the Alexandrians, had been worshiping, or been acquainted with, the head of the Egyptian pantheon, Amen-Ra, the great sun-deity, for more than one thousand years B.C. Before he was known as Amen-Ra, he was known as Amen among the Thebans.
According to Funk and Wagnall’s Standard College Dictionary, AMEN was the god of life and procreation in Egyptian mythology, and later identified with the Sun-god as the supreme deity and called “Amen-Ra.” Smith’s Bible Dictionary and Egyptian Belief and Modern Thought agree.
Our Saviour YaHU’YaShAy (Y’shua) calls Himself “the Amein” in Revelation 3:14. One might ask: Have we been misled to invoke the name of the Egyptian sun-deity at the end of our prayers?
The term “Scripture (or Scriptures)” is used once in the Book of Daniel and fifty-four times in the New Testament. It refers to the whole book, which is commonly known as “the Bible.” The parts of The Scripture, or individual books, are called “books” or “scrolls,” which are biblos or biblion in Greek. These words do not refer to the complete writ, The Scriptures.
The word “Bible” for The Scriptures was first used about A.D. 400. The papyrus, on which all documents were written, was imported from Egypt through the Phoenician seaport Gebal, which the Greeks called Byblos or Byblus. This seaport was the home of the Phoenician Sun-deity. This city was founded by Baal Chronos and was the seat of Adonis and once contained a large temple of Adonis. The sun-god was associated with the “Lady of Biblos.” Both the city of Byblos in Phoenicia and the city Byblis in Egypt were named after the female deity Byblis (also called Byble or Biblis). This deity was the grand-daughter of Apollo, the Greek sun-deity. Byblia was also a name for Venus, an astral goddess and a goddess of sensuality among the ancient Greeks.
The Greeks used both the word Messias (a transliteration) and Christos (a translation) for the Hebrew MaShYaCh (Anointed). The word Christos was far more acceptable to the pagans who were worshiping Chreston and Chrestos.
According to The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, the word Christos was easily confused with the common Greek proper name Chrestos, meaning “good.” According to a French theological dictionary, it is absolutely beyond doubt that Christus and Chrestus, and Christiani and Chrestiani were used indifferently by the profane and Christian authors of the first two centuries A.D. The word Christianos is a Latinism, being contributed neither by the Jews nor by the Christians themselves. The word was introduced from one of three origins: the Roman police, the Roman populace, or an unspecified pagan origin. Its infrequent use in the New Testament suggests a pagan origin.
According to Realencyclopaedie, the inscription Chrestos is to be seen on a Mithras relief in the Vatican. According to Christianity and Mythology, Osiris, the sun-deity of Egypt, was reverenced as Chrestos. In the Synagogue of the Marcionites on Mount Hermon, built in the third century A.D., HaMaShYaCh’s title is spelled Chrestos. According to Tertullian and Lactantius, the common people usually called Christ Chrestos.
This is the word used in most English versions as a rendering of the Greek “ekklesia.” The Greek word means “a calling out,” “a meeting,” or “a gathering.” Ekklesia is the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew qahal, which means an assembly or a congregation.
The origin of the word “church” is kuriakon or kyriakon in Greek. The meaning is a building (the house of Kurios, or Lord).
Dictionaries give the origin of “church” as the Anglo-Saxon root, circe. Circe was the goddess-daughter of Helios, the sun-deity. The word circe is related to “circus,” “circle,” “circuit,” and “circulate.”
Circe was originally a Greek goddess whose name was written and pronounced as Kirke. The word “church” is known in Scotland as kirk, in Germany as Kirche, and in Netherlands as kerk.
The words “cross” and “crucify” are mistranslations, a “later rendering,” of the Greek words stauros and stauroo. According to Vine’s Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, STAUROS denotes, primarily, an upright pole or stake. The shape of the two-beamed cross had its origin in ancient Chaldea and was used as the symbol of the god Tammuz. In the third century A.D., pagans were received into the apostate ecclesiastical system and were permitted largely to retain their pagan signs and symbols.
According to The Companion Bible, crosses were used as symbols of the Babylonian Sun-god. The evidence is complete; YaHU’YaShAy (Yahusha) was put to death upon an upright stake, not on two pieces of timber placed at an angle.
According to Encyclopaedia Britannica, in the Egyptian churches the cross was a pagan symbol of life borrowed by the Christians and interpreted in the pagan manner.
According to Greek dictionaries and lexicons, the primary meaning of stauros is an upright pale, pole, or stake. The secondary meaning of “cross” is admitted to be a “later” rendering. In spite of the evidence, almost all common versions of the Scriptures persist with the Latin Vulgate’s crux (meaning cross) as the rendering of the Greek stauros.
The most accepted reason for the “cross” being brought into Messianic worship is Constantine’s famous vision of “the cross superimposed on the sun” in A.D. 312. What he saw is nowhere to be found in Scripture. Even after his so-called “conversion,” his coins showed an even-armed cross as a symbol for the sun-god. Many scholars have doubted the “conversion” of Constantine because of the wicked deeds that he did afterwards.
After Constantine had the “vision of the cross,” he promoted another variety of the cross, the Chi-Rho or Labarum. This has been explained as representing the first letters of the name Christos (CH and R, or, in Greek, X and P). The identical symbols were found as inscriptions on rock, dating from ca. 2500 B.C., being interpreted as “a combination of the two Sun-symbols.” Another proof of its pagan origin is that the identical symbol was found on a coin of Ptolemeus III from 247-222 B.C.
According to An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Traditional Symbols, the labarum was also an emblem of the Chaldean sky-god. Emperor Constantine adopted the labarum as the imperial ensign. According to Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols, the symbol was in use long before Christianity. Chi probably stood for Great Fire or Sun. Rho probably stood for Pater or Patah (Father). The word labarum yields “everlasting Father Sun.”
PeSaCh (Hebrew) in english is Passover, Easter is Ishtar, (Semiramis, widow of Nimrod, mother of Tammuz) the name of the bare breasted pegan fertility goddess of the east who came out of heaven in a giant egg, landing in the euphrates river at sunrise on the first Sunday after the veral equinox, busting out turning a bird into an egg laying rabbit. After that point in time the priest of Easter would sacrifice infants and then take the eggs of Easter and die them in the blood of the sacrificed infants. These eggs would hach on December 25th and that is where that pagan Holy Day comes from.
The Greek word ‘pneuma’ by todays english standards should read spirit, as well with the Hebrew word ‘RUaCh’ found in the original Hebrew version of Mathew, also means spirit, not ghost which is “the soul of man; a disembodied spirit.” Our Heavenly Father certainly cannot be a ghost for He never had a body to be disembodied from. I can’t speak for the King James per-Version crowd who say that he is dead by refering to Him as a ghost but He is very much alive in my life. YaHU’YaShAy Ha’MaShYaCh (Y’shua the Messiah) certainly was not a ghost since that word was used prior to his birth in the King James per-Version at which time he did not have a body and to say that it was His ghost would to say that He had died previously, before comming in the flesh and that His ressurection was not His first.
The Greek word doxa in the Greek translations of the Old Testament and of the New Testament is usually rendered “glory” in the English versions, a translation of the Latin gloria. The Hebrew word KaBUD is usually rendered “honour” when applied to man, but rendered “glory” when applied to our Heavenly Father. Doxa means opinion, estimation, esteem, and repute. KaBaD means to be heavy or make weighty, and esteem in its figurative sense.
Funk and Wagnalls New Standard Dictionary of the English Language has these three definitions under “glory,” as follows: (1) in religious symbolism, the complete representation of an emanation of light from the person of a sanctified being, consisting of the aureole and the nimbus; (2) the quality of being radiant; as the glory of the sun; (3) any ring of light; a halo. Neither the Hebrew words KaBUD and KaBaD nor the Greek words doxa and dokeo carry these meanings.
The Church identified Elohim with the sun-deity, which was the prevailing deity of the Roman emperors, the Roman capital, and the Roman Empire. Gloria, a Roman goddess, was personified on an icon as a woman whose upper body was almost naked, holding a circle on which are zodiac signs. In the dictionaries, encyclopedias, and ecclesiastical books are found many illustrations of our Saviour, the Virgin, and the saints, encircled with radiant circles or emanations of light around them. Instead of “glory,” such words as “esteem,” “high esteem,” or “repute,” which carries the meanings of the Hebrew and Greek words, can be used.
Gad is a Syrian or Canaanite deity of good luck or fortune. In Hebrew, it is written GD, but with Massoretic vowel-pointing, it gives us “Gad.” Other Scriptural references to a similar deity, also written GD, have a vowel-pointing giving us “Gawd” or “God.” Gad is identified with Jupiter, the Sky-deity or the Sun-deity.
The word “God (or god)” is a title, translating the Hebrew ALUaHiYM (Elohim or elohim), AL (El or el), and ALUaH (Eloah or eloah). However, it is often used as a substitute for the Tetragrammaton (YHUH).
According to Encyclopaedia Britannica, GOD is the common Teutonic word for a personal object of religious worship, applied to all the superhuman beings of the heathen mythologies. The word “god” on the conversion of the Teutonic races to Christianity was adopted as the name of the One Supreme Being. Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics and Webster’s Twentieth Century Dictionary, Unabridged agree that the origin is Teutonic paganism.
In Indo-Germanic dictionaries, only one word resembles “god.” It is ghodh and is pronounced the same. This word means union, also sexual union or mating. According to Luneburger Wörterbuch, the following are the same word: Gott, got, gode, gade, god and guth (gud).
The Hebrew word QoDeSh and the equivalent Greek word hagios and their derivatives have been translated as holy, hallowed, or sanctified in older English versions, and in modern versions as sacred. Bible dictionaries state that the meaning of QoDeSh (as well as kadash) specifies “separation.” Modern scholars use the words “set apart,” “set-apart,” and “apartness.”
According to Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols, the following is stated about the word HOLY: In practically all languages, the word “holy” has been derived from the divinely honored sun. According to Encyclopedia of Religions, HOLI is the Great Hindu spring festival, held in honour of Krishna, as the spring sun-god. Strong’s Concordance refers to “heile” (the sun’s rays). This form is almost identical to the German and Dutch equivalent of the English “holy.” The German and Dutch word is heilig, which is derived from Heil, the name of a Saxon idol.
The original name of our Saviour was not Jesus or Iesous, but YaHU’YaShAy (Y’shua). In our Saviour’s word, His Father’s Name was given to Him. The Father’s Name is YaHU’aH.
Two factors contributed greatly to the substitution and the distortion of our Saviour’s Name. The first was the superstitious teaching of the Jews that the Father’s Name is not to be uttered and that the Name must be “disguised” outside of the temple of YeRU’ShaLYM (Jerusalem). The second factor was the strong anti-Judaism feeling that prevailed amongst the Gentiles. They wanted a saviour, but not a Jewish one.
According to Wörterbuch der Antike, the substitute name can be traced back to the Latin Iesus and the Greek Iesous. Then, it can be traced back to an adaptation of the name of the Greek healing goddess Ieso. The Greek-English Lexicon of Liddell and Scott, confirm this. To Greeks who venerated a healing goddess Ieso, a saviour Iesous must have been most acceptable, suggests a writer in Philologische Wochenschrift. In spite of attempts to justify the “translating” of the Father’s Name and His Son’s Name, it cannot be done. A person’s name remains the same in all languages.
The father of the Greek goddess Ieso was Asclepius, the deity of healing. The father of Asclepius was Apollo, the great sun-deity. Thus, the name Iesous can be traced back to sun-worship. There is also a relationship to the Egyptian goddess Isis and her son Isu. According to Reallexikon der Agpyptischen Religionsgeschichte, the name of Isis appears in hieroglyphic inscriptions as ESU or ES. Isu and Esu sound exactly like “Jesu” that the Saviour is called in the translated Scriptures of many languages.
Esus was a Gallic deity comparable to the Scandanavian Odin. The Greek abbreviation for Iesous is IHS, which is found on many inscriptions made by the Church during the middle Ages. IHS was the mystery name of Bacchus (Tammuz), another sun-deity. These are a few examples only.
The title “lord” is applied to all heathen deities, if the word “god” is not used for them. In most cases “lord” and “god” are used interchangeably for pagan idols.
There was an Etruscan house deity whose name was Lar, which signified “Lord.” It was also known as Larth, who later on became very popular in Rome and became known as Lares (plural) because as idol statues they were usually in pairs. The Greek equivalent of this name was Heros, which was another name for Zeus. A feminine form was known as Lara, who was the beloved of the god Mercury.
Lar and Larth mean Lord. The letters “th” and “d” were virtually interchangeably used, in various nations. It was also common to find “o” and “a” interchangeably used in Old and Middle English. The word “Lord” can also be traced back to Loride, a surname for the Teutonic god Thor, and to Lordo, another deity.
Instead of “Lord,” the word “Master,” an exact rendering of the Hebrew ADoNY and the Greek Kurios, can be used.
One of the saddest mistakes of the King James Version is its use of the word “testament” instead of “covenant.” According to the Companion Bible, the word “Testament” as a translation of the Greek word diatheke (which means covenant), has been nothing less than a great calamity; for, by its use, truth has been effectually veiled all through the centuries.
A covenant is a binding agreement between two parties; it is a two-party solemn agreement bound by oath. On the other hand, a testament is a written instrument by which someone has disposed of his estate.
This word “testament” as a description of our present spiritual realm is the heritage that we have inherited from Rome, for it has come our way, due to the use of the word “testament” in the Latin Vulgate. The word gives the wrong impression of “receiving only.” It contributes to the erroneous teachings of “only believe,” “grace only,” “good works are unnecessary,” “love only.” The doctrine of “only believe” is the fruit of the work of the “spirit that works in the sons of disobedience,” the spirit in the Man of Lawlessness who instituted this “no-law-religion,” the Great Apostasy, the Mystery of Lawlessness.
👉 AUTHORIZED VERSION?
It should be laughable when you hear some call the King James per-Version, the Authorized Version. Authorized by whom? You? The Pope? Satan? In the 1631 edition printing of the King James per-Version, in Exodus 20:14, a very small word was left out by the printers. The word “not”. This changed the 7th commandment to say Thou shalt commit adultery! What perversion! The few copies that are left are referred to as “The Wicked Bible”. Before the King James per-Version, there was the Authorized Bishops Bible and before that, the Authorized Latin Vulgate which was translated from the Authorized Greek Septuagint which was translated from the original Hebrew. Did someone say Original and Hebrew? The only Authorized Version if there is such a thing would be that which was written in the original Hebrew where there are no problems with loss of meaning of the text through translating into an inferior language. The King James per-Version contains almost 2000 different mistranslations, and of those over 500 changes the meaning of the text itself. One of those mistranlations happends about 6,800 times when they tranlate YHUH into a meaningless LORD instead of the proper YaHU’aH. Why do you think Satan would want to do this? The scriptures say, “Whosoever shall call upon the name of YaHU’aH shall be saved”. If you don’t know his name than you can’t call on His name and you won’t ever know his name if you are reading the King James per-Version. The King James per-Version is Authorized by Satan and Satan alone.