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Main Entry: Anach·ro·nism 

Pronunciation: \ə-ˈna-krə-ˌni-zəm\

Function: noun

Etymology: probably from Middle Greek anachronismos, from anachronizesthai to be an anachronism, from Late Greek anachronizein to be late, from Greek ana- + chronos time

Date: 1617

1 : an error in chronology; especially : a chronological misplacing of persons, events, objects, or customs in regard to each other

2 : a person or a thing that is chronologically out of place; especially : one from a former age that is incongruous in the present

3 : the state or condition of being chronologically out of place 


A primary tool in textual criticism used to spot later interpolations into texts of antiquity and historical time-lines.  Anachronisms can be caused by a number of factors in ancient texts: (1) It can occur in sacred texts due to translation from one language or dialect within a language, to another at a later date, in which cognate terms are selected but have different dates of origin  (2) They can occur as a result of Interpolation (an intentional attempt to insert a newer text into an older one.  (3) An intentional use of a non-cognate term in a translation to mask the original intent.  

The difference between these three types of Anachronisms are important, as they can indicate the occurrence of deliberate deception, rather than simply honest efforts of linguistic transmission.  Several anachronisms are found in the English translation of the Bible.  Two particular examples discussed on this site, are the theological terms: "Church" and "Easter".


Apollo, Apollyon, Apollon

"APOLLYON. The Greek name, meaning "Destroyer," given in Revelation 9:11 for "the angel of the bottomless pit" (in Hebrew called Abaddon), also identified as the king of the demonic "locusts" described in Revelation 9:3-10...In one manuscript, instead of Apollyon the text reads "Apollo," the Greek god of death and pestilence as well as of the sun, music, poetry, crops and herds, and medicine. Apollyon is no doubt the correct reading. But the name Apollo (Gk Apollon) was often linked in ancient Greek writings with the verb apollymi or apollyo, "destroy." From this time of Grotius, "Apollyon" has often been taken here to be a play on the name Apollo. The locust was an emblem of this god, who poisoned his victims, and the name "Apollyon" may be used allusively in Revelation to attack the pagan god ... "

- Anchor Bible Dictionary

Apollo came to the Greco-Roman world from the Hurrian and Hittite divinity, Aplu.  Aplu, comes from the Akkadian Aplu Enlil, meaning "the son of Enlil", a title that was given to the god Nergal, who was linked to Shamash, Babylonian god of the sun.

- de Grummond, Nancy Thomson (2006) "Etruscan Myth, Sacred History, and Legend". (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology) & Mackenzie, Donald A. (2005) "Myths of Babylonia and Assyria" (Gutenberg)


On the occasion of a pestilence in the 430s BC, Apollo's first temple at Rome was established in the Flaminian fields, replacing an older cult site there known as the "Apollinare".[1] During the Second Punic War in 212 BC, the Ludi Apollinares ("Apollonian Games") were instituted in his honor, on the instructions of a prophecy attributed to one Marcius.[2] In the time of Augustus, who considered himself under the special protection of Apollo and was even said to be his son, his worship developed and he became one of the chief gods of Rome.[3] After the battle of Actium, which was fought near a sanctuary of Apollo, Augustus enlarged Apollo's temple, dedicated a portion of the spoils to him, and instituted quinquennial games in his honor.[4] He also erected a new temple to the god on the Palatine hill.[5] Sacrifices and prayers on the Palatine to Apollo and Diana formed the culmination of the Secular Games, held in 17 BCE to celebrate the dawn of a new era.[6] 

- WIKIPEDIA (1,2) - Titus Livius (Livy), The History of Rome, Book 25 D. Spillan, A.M., M.D., Cyrus Evans, Ed (3) -  J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz (1979). Continuity and Change in Roman Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 82–85. ISBN 0-19-814822-4.  (4) - ^ Suetonius, Augustus 18.2; Cassius Dio 51.1.1–3. (5) - CASSIUS DIO, ROMAN HISTORY, BOOK LIII, P.197(6)-  Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae 5050, translated by Mary Beard; John North and Simon Price (1998). Religions of Rome: Volume 2: A Sourcebook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 5.7b. ISBN 0-521-45015-2 (hbk.); ISBN 0-521-45646-0 (pbk.).


In 10 BCE, Caesar Augustus replaced SOL with APOLLO and the Roman synthesis adopted December 25th to coincide with the solar deity throughout the empire.

- The Winter Solstice: The Sacred Traditions of Christmas By John Matthews, pg. 52

Quoting VIRGIL's Prophecy From The Ecologues  at the dedication of the Thea Sophia Church in Constantinople:

Now the last age by Cumae's Sibyl sung Has come and gone, and the majestic roll Of circling centuries begins anew: Justice returns, returns old Saturn's reign, With a new breed of men sent down from heaven. Only do thou, at the boy's birth in whom The iron shall cease, the golden race arise, Befriend him, chaste Lucina; 'tis THINE OWN APOLLO REIGNS',

- Ecologue 4, 7  -  SAINT CONSTANTINE

Rev 9:11  And they [those with the mark of the beast] had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon. [Apollo]



Hyphenated word. Apollo+Gist,

Apollo (See Definition above) plus "gist".(See below)

1.  the substance or essence of a speech or text.
"she noted the gist of each message"

2.LAW- the real point of an action.
"damage is the gist of the action and without it the plaintiff must fail"

"Apollo-Gist" - (meaning one who defends the "Gist of Apollo") Used to refer to "excuse makers" for "Christmas", in the original "criminal defense attorney" meaning of the term "Apologist".




Gen 11:2-9  And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for mortar.  And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole Gen 11:7  Go to, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another's speech.  So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.  Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did the LORD scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth.


Main Entry: Ba*bel*ism 

Pronunciation: \ˈbae-bel-ism\

Function: noun


Babel , from Babylon, 

capital city of Babylonian empire, late 14c., from Heb. Babhel (Gen. ix), from Akkadian bab-ilu "Gate of God" (from bab "gate" + ilu "god"). The name is a translation of Sumerian Ka-dingir. Meaning "confused medley of sounds" (1520s) is from the biblical story of the Tower of Babel.

1 : Confusion of language (example; "Psycho-Babble" from "Babble-Babel"); specifically : empty contradictory rhetoric of apparent sophistry but which says nothing true or of value

2 : A fundamentalist theory concerning the origins of language based on young earth creationism interpretations of Genesis 11


3 : theological euphemism for the political-theological behavior of "Christian" Imperial Fascism, such as the Nazi Third Reich, expressed in the New Testament term "Mystery Babylon"; and/or the network of public institutions and secret societies coordinated to impose uniformity to create or protect an Empire using religion, (esp. "Christian") as a political weapon of oppression and injustice.

4 :  Religious;  Clerical (blind) Ambition to "make a name for one's self" by building a "tower to heaven" and deceptively calling it "the gate to God" to manipulate common people in order to obtain power and money. 

An insult: "He's such a Babelist he would sell his own grandmother to have his tower to heaven"

5 : Generally; The unethical politicizing and/or commercialization (i.e., prostitution) of religion for selfish personal, corporate or institutional gain, profit or power.



Main Entry: Be·witch 

Pronunciation: \bi-ˈwich, bē-\

Function: verb 

Date: 13th century

transitive verb

1 a : to influence or affect especially injuriously by witchcraft b : to cast a spell over

2 : to attract as if by the power of witchcraft : enchant, fascinate <bewitched by her beauty> -Websters

Act 8:9-11  But there was a certain man, called Simon, which beforetime in the same city used sorcery, and bewitched the people of Samaria, giving out that himself was some great one:  To whom they all gave heed, from the least to the greatest, saying, This man is the great power of God. And to him they had regard, because that of long time he had bewitched them with sorceries. 


Bewitched: ἐξίστημι, existēmi, pronounced: ex-is'-tay-mee ; to put (stand) out of wits, that is, astound, or (reflexively) become astounded, insane: - amaze, be (make) astonished, be beside self (selves), bewitch, wonder. - Strong's


Sorceries: μαγεία, mageia, pron. mag-i'-ah, “magic”: - SEE SORCERY.


Main Entry: MAG·IC 

Pronunciation: \ˈma-jik\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English magique, from Middle French, from Latin magice, from Greekmagikē, feminine of magikos Magian, magical, from magos magus, sorcerer, of Iranian origin; akin to Old Persian maguš sorcerer



The use of sorcery to pass itself off as the "Power of God" is an ancient practice in Christianity that dates as far back as the New Testament itself.  The very KIND of sorcery (HERE Specifically PERSIAN, "μαγεία") being practiced by SIMON was institutionalized by the ROMAN EMPIRE as "Christ-Mass".  The "Solstice" craft, mentioned in Jeremiah 10 is PERSIAN in origin, originating from Persia's very Gan Edin region mentioned in Genesis.  Simon "Magus" as well as the word "Sorcery" in THIS text (not being the same as "Pharmakia") is a reference to PERSIAN "magik" practices, and are the historical origin or Rome's ritual today known as "Christ-Mass".  

The mixing of practices of "commerce" (buying and selling spiritual things for money) are noted from the beginning with this kind of "sorcery", first noted here in Acts 8:9-11.  This practice was authorized by Rome's Pope Sixtus III (666), institutionalized, and made mandatory throughout the entire empire,  in 435 CE.


The intentional use of occult symbolism and ritual (from PERSIA), is employed at "Christ-Mass", in such things as its "Solstice date" to its "Fig/Fir tree", to its Baal Balls, to its Lucifer lights, all intentionally designed to reflect back to Persia's Gan Edin, and the "tree of knowledge", (i.e., serpentine enlightenment) damned by God in Genesis 3.  Many think the "spiritual effect" all this "produces" is the result of "the power of God", just as the people of Samaria, had mistaken it, in the 1st century CE, in Acts 8:9-11.



Mat 12:31-35  Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men. And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come. Either make the tree good, and his fruit good; or else make the tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the tree is known by his fruit. O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh. A good man out of the good treasure of the heart bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things.

The Tree - Mat 7:17-19  Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. 

The Serpent - Gen 3:4-5  And the serpent said..., Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. 

The Enlightenent / Treasure (gift) - Gen 3:6-7  And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat. And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons. 

The pattern of the "Christ-Mass Tree" (originally the Persian "Yalda Tree"), imported into Rome from Persia's Gan Edin (Garden of Eden) is designed to duplicate all three of these elements of original blasphemy.  Occultists such as Shirley McClain consider it an "energizing affirmation" to repeat statements of "blasphemy".  This "confusion" (Babel) is the result a long history of symbolic conditioning implemented in societies and religions throughout the world, through the work of past Empires, and their "secret societies" which have engineered the social customs and rituals of not only western Christianity (per example, in Christmas), but even prior Synagogue Judaism, and later the Islamic Mosque movement,  as well.

In all three versions of apostacy, the original founders and their subsequent families were murdered to establish "Babelism" (a/k/a "Mystery Babylon" religion) and it's doctrine of "confusion" (exchanging God for Satan) in their symbolism and teaching.  In Judaism, the original prophets were murdered to establish the Bamah house movement (Synagogues), 

Mat 23:31  Wherefore ye be witnesses unto yourselves, that ye are the children of them which killed the prophets. 

In Christianity, the literal family of Christ were murdered to establish "The Church", 

The COMPLETE and UNIVERSAL execution of every blood relative of Christ known to ROME was accomplished by the seventh century, along with all known JEWISH believers. - Malachi Martin, former Jesuit Priest, p. 44, The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Church

In Islam, Mohamed's own direct family descendants were literally thrown out into the streets undressed, to confiscate his home, and turn it into a "Mosque" by the Caliph, who had imported "Christian Masons" to construct it's building (which was then shortly thereafter struck by lightening and burned to the ground)

The "doctrine" of Babelism, is at it's core a form of "Blasphemy", and nowhere is this more evident that in the practice of "Christ-Mass", once dedicated to the worship of Satan, now done "in the name of Christ", though virtually the same rituals, symbols, and even deity, have been retained in the process.

The "blasphemy" of "Babelism" has incorporated itself into all government controlled religions of the world, including all three forms of monotheism, which have also been permeated.  For Protestant Christians, who have the example of "the calling out" (ecclesia) in the New Testament, and the later reformation, coming out from this secret institutionalized devil worship, especially in the practice of Rome's "Christ-Mass" should be a non-sequitur.  No minister should really be permitted to the grace themselves with the term "Protestant" of "Evangelical", who defends this institutionalized practice of blasphemy.

Bottomless Pit, A/K/A Abyss


1. the bottomless gulf, pit, or chaos of the old cosmogonies

2. a) an immeasurably deep gulf or great space. b) intellectual or moral depths - Merriam Webster's Online

ABYSS (Translated "Bottomless Pit" in KJV)

Greek: ἄβυσσος

abussos, pron. ab'-us-sos; depthless, that is, (specifically), (infernal) “abyss”: - deep, (bottomless) pit.  From βυθός pron., buthos, boo-thos'depth, that is, (by implication) the sea: - deep. A variation of βάθος, pron. bathos, bath'-osprofundity, that is, (by implication) extent; (figuratively) mystery: - deep (-ness, things), depth.  From the same as βαθύς, bathus, pron. bath-oos'profound (as going down), literally or figuratively: - deep, very early.  From the base of  βάσις, basis, pron. bas'-ece, From βαίνω bainō (to walk); a pace (“base”), that is, (by implication) the foot: - foot.



late 14c., earlier abime (c.1300), from L.L. abyssus "bottomless pit," from Gk. abyssos (limne) "bottomless (pool)," from a- "without" (see a- (2)) + byssos "bottom," possibly related to bathos "depth."




Rev 9:1  And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star fall from heaven unto the earth: and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit. 

Rev 9:11  And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon. 

Rev 11:7  And when they shall have finished their testimony, the beast that ascendeth out of the bottomless pit shall make war against them, and shall overcome them, and kill them. 

Rev 17:8  The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: 

Rev 20:1  And I saw an angel come down from heaven, having the key of the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. 

Rev 20:3  And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled:

GREEK "ABYSS", ἄβυσσος, Pron. abussos, ab'-us-sos

From G1 (as a negative particle) and a variation of βυθός; depthless, that is, (specifically), (infernal) “abyss”: - deep, (bottomless) pit., never ending grave, a grave without a bottom


Luk 8:30  And Jesus asked him, What is thy name? And he said, Legion; for many demons were entered into him. 

Luk 8:31  And they entreated him that he would not command them to depart into the abyss. 


Rom 10:7  or, Who shall descend into the abyss? (That is, to bring Christ up from the dead.) 







A variation of βάθος; depth, that is, (by implication) the sea: - deep.




From the same as βαθύς; profundity, that is, (by implication) extent; (figuratively) mystery: - deep (-ness, things), depth.




From the base of βάσις; profound (as going down), literally or figuratively: - deep, very early.




From βαίνω bainō (to walk); a pace (“base”), that is, (by implication) the foot: - foot.

BIBLICAL DEFINITION - The spiritual realm of the dead undefined by the reaches of normal space-time limitations, thus virtually "bottomless" like the depths of the deep sea. The linguistic imagery merged both the idea of the "grave" or place of the "dead", with the limitless of the depths of the deep ocean.  Both mental pictures of the "Deep Sea" and the "Grave", remained present in it's usage.



Main Entry: Brain·wash·ing 

Pronunciation: \ˈbrān-ˌwȯ-shiŋ, -ˌwä-\

Function: noun

Etymology: translation of Chinese (Beijing) xǐnǎo

Date: 1950

1 : a forcible indoctrination to induce someone to give up basic political, social, or religious beliefs and attitudes and to accept contrasting regimented ideas

2 : persuasion by propaganda or salesmanship - Webster's Online

"A remarkable thing about cult mind control is that it's so ordinary in the tactics and strategies of social influence employed. They are variants of well-known social psychological principles of compliance, conformity, persuasion, dissonance, reactance, framing, emotional manipulation, and others that are used on all of us daily to entice us: to buy, to try, to donate, to vote, to join, to change, to believe, to love, to hate the enemy. Cult mind control is not different in kind from these everyday varieties, but in its greater intensity, persistence, duration, and scope. One difference is in its greater efforts to block quitting the group, by imposing high exit costs, replete with induced phobias of harm, failure, and personal isolation".- Phillip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D





CAESAROPAPISM: the concept of combining the power of secular government with, or making it supreme to, the spiritual authority of the Christian Church; most especially, the inter-penetration of the theological authority of the Christian Church with the legal/juridical authority of the government; in its extreme form, it is a political theory in which the head of state, notably the Emperor ('Caesar', by extension an 'equal' King), is also the supreme head of the church ('papa', pope or analogous religious leader).

SEE ARTICLE: The Rise of Christian Fascism


Censor, Censorship

Main Entry: Cen·sor·ship (Websters)

Pronunciation: \ˈsen(t)-sər-ˌship\

Function: noun

Date: circa 1591

1 a : the institution, system, or practice of censoring b : the actions or practices of censorsespecially : censorial control exercised repressively

2 : the office, power, or term of a Roman censor

Main Entry: 1 Cen·sor 

Pronunciation: \ˈsen(t)-sər\

Function: noun

Etymology: Latin, Roman magistrate, from censēre to give as one's opinion, assess; perhaps akin to Sanskrit śaṁsati he praises

Date: 1526

1 : a person who supervises conduct and morals: as a : an official who examines materials (as publications or films) for objectionable matter b : an official (as in time of war) who reads communications (as letters) and deletes material considered sensitive or harmful

2 : one of two magistrates of early Rome acting as census takers, assessors, and inspectors of morals and conduct

3 : a hypothetical psychic agency that represses unacceptable notions before they reach consciousness


Main Entry: 2 Censor

Function: transitive verb

Inflected Form(s): cen·soredcen·sor·ing \ˈsen(t)-sə-riŋ, ˈsen(t)s-riŋ\

Date: 1882

: to examine in order to suppress or delete anything considered objectionable <censor the news>; also : to suppress or delete as objectionable <censor out 

indecent passages> - Webster's Online


Give a priest an inch and he will take an ell [sic] of a lot. He does not learn casuistry for nothing. Under cover of the need of abbreviation he has deleted whole paragraphs, even columns of facts which were offensive to him because they flatly contradicted what he said or wrote, and then, possibly fearing that he had cut out too much, he inserted sentences or paragraphs which "put the Catholic point of view." He has taken phrases or paragraphs of the original writers of the articles and, while r[e]taining their initials, he has repeatedly turned them inside out or has said that "recent research" (the gymnastic of some other Catholic apologist) has corrected his statements. And I say that for an encyclopedia to allow this and not candidly explain it to the public but even try to prevent the Catholics disclosing it is a piece of deception.

- Joseph McCabe [1867 - 1955]:former monk of the Franciscan Order ("Father Antony"); author of "30" translations, "200" books, (delivered) "2,000" lectures

"One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present."

-Golda Meir

"You have not converted a man because you have silenced him."

-John Morley

Zec 7:11,12 But they refused to hearken, and pulled away the shoulder, and stopped their ears, that they might not hear. Yea, they made their hearts as an adamant stone, lest they should hear the law, and the words which Jehovah of hosts had sent by his Spirit by the former prophets: therefore there came great wrath from Jehovah of hosts.


Act 7:57 But they cried out with a loud voice, and stopped their ears,



Main Entry: 1 Charm 

Pronunciation: \ˈchärm\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English charme, from Anglo-French, from Latin carmen song, from canere to sing — more at chant

Date: 14th century

1 a : the chanting or reciting of a magic spell : incantation b : a practice or expression believed to have magic power

2 : something worn about the person to ward off evil or ensure good fortune : amulet

3 a : a trait that fascinates, allures, or delights b : a physical grace or attraction —used in plural <her feminine charms> c : compelling attractiveness <the island possessed great charm>

4 : a small ornament worn on a bracelet or chain - Webster's Online


Christmas, Christ-Mass, Xmass

Main Entry: Christ·mas 

Pronunciation: \ˈkris-məs\

Function: noun

Usage: often attributive

Etymology: Middle English Christemasse, from Old English Cristes mæsse, literally, Christ's mass

Date: before 12th century

late O.E. Cristes mæsse, from Christ (but retaining the original vowel sound) + mass. Written as one word from mid-14c. 

Christianized Solstice celebration on December 25 or among some Eastern Orthodox Christians on January 7 that is claimed to commemorate the birth of Christ but whose origins predate Christianity,and was known by various changing names throughout history, usually observed as a compulsory legal holy day.



Main Entry: 1 Church 

Pronunciation: \ˈchərch\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English chirche, from Old English cirice, ultimately from Late Greek kyriakon, from Greek, neuter of kyriakos of the lord, from kyrios lord, master; akin to Sanskrit śūra hero, warrior

Date: before 12th century

1 : a building for public and especially Christian worship

2 : the clergy or officialdom of a religious body - Webster's Online

CHURCH: Etymology – Middle English “CHIRCHE” from Old English “CIRICE”, from Medieval Greek “KURIKON” from Late Greek “KURIAKON” (DOMA), meaning THE LORD’S HOUSE, from Greek KURIAKOS, meaning “Of The Lord”, from “KURIOS”, meaning LORD.


Merriam-Webster Online gives it this Etymology: CHURCH Etymology: Middle English chirche, from Old English cirice, ultimately from Late Greek kyriakon, from Greek, neuter of kyriakos of the lord, from kyrios lord, master.


The Online Etymology Dictionary gives it this ETYMOLOGY: O.E. cirice "church," from W.Gmc. *kirika, from Gk. kyriake (oikia) "Lord's (house)," from kyrios "ruler, lord." Gk. kyriakon (adj.) "of the Lord"

GREEK: Ecclesia - 

"Ek" (Out of) + "Clesia" (To Call) "Ecclesia" means "Called-Out" and comes from the Hebrew word קרא Qârâ' , kara (pron. kaw-raw') - A primitive root word through the idea of accosting a person met; to call out to  - See Strong's Concordance 

HEBREW: Qara, Kara, (Plural: Qaraim,Karaim)

Qârâ' , Kara (pron. kaw-raw') - A primitive root (rather identical with H7122 through the idea of accosting a person met); to call out to  - Strong's Exhaustice Concordance



Main Entry: Con·fuse 

Pronunciation: \kən-ˈfyüz\

Function: transitive verb

Inflected Form(s): con·fused; con·fus·ing

Etymology: back-formation from Middle English confused frustrated, ruined, from Anglo-French confus, from Latin confusus, past participle of confundere

Date: 14th century

1 archaic : to bring to ruin

2 a : to make embarrassed : abash b : to disturb in mind or purpose : throw off

3 a : to make indistinct : blur <stop confusing the issue>

    b : to mix indiscriminately : jumble

    c : to fail to differentiate from an often similar or related other <confuse money with comfort>

— con·fus·ing·ly  \-ˈfyü-ziŋ-lē\ adverb - Webster's Online


Constantinian Shift

CONSTANTINIAN SHIFT: Theological and historical term to describe the "shift" which occured when Constantine introduced the new synthesis of imperial cult in Rome known today by the name of  "Roman Catholicism"

"CONSTANTINIAN SHIFT" - used by some theologians and historians of antiquity to describe the political and theological aspects and outcomes of the 4th-century process of Constantine's integration of the imperial government with the Christian Church that began with the First Council of Nicaea. - Wikipedia



Delude, Delusion

2 THESS 2:11 -  Translated: "DELUSION"

Strong's G4106, πλάνη, planē, plan'-ay, Feminine of G4108 (as abstraction); objectively fraudulence; subjectively a straying from orthodoxy or piety: -deceit, to deceive, delusion, error.

From G4108, πλάνος, planos, plan'-os, Of uncertain affinity; roving (as a tramp), that is, (by implication) an impostor or misleader: - deceiver, seducing.

Main Entry: De·lu·sion 

Pronunciation: \di-ˈlü-zhən, dē-\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin delusion-, delusio, from deludere

Date: 15th century

1 : the act of deluding : the state of being deluded

2 a : something that is falsely or delusively believed or propagated 

  b : a persistent false belief ...that is maintained despite indisputable evidence to the contraryalso : the abnormal state marked by such beliefs

Main Entry: De·lude 

Pronunciation: \di-ˈlüd, dē-\

Function: transitive verb

Inflected Form(s): de·lud·edde·lud·ing

Etymology: Middle English, from Latin deludere, from de- + ludere to play — more at ludicrous

Date: 15th century

1 : to mislead the mind or judgment of : deceivetrick






1530s (adj. and noun), from evangelic (early 15c., from O.Fr. evangelique, from L.L. evangelicus; see evangelist) + -al (1). In reference to a tendency or school in Protestantism, from mid-18c. Related:Evangelicalism (1831).



Evan·gel·i·cal adj \ˌē-ˌvan-ˈje-li-kəl, ˌe-vən-\

1. of, relating to, or being in agreement with the Christian gospel especially as it is presented in the four Gospels

2. Protestant

3. Emphasizing salvation by faith in the atoning death of Jesus Christ through personal conversion, the authority of Scripture, and the importance of preaching as contrasted with ritual

4. a) capitalized : of or relating to the Evangelical Church in Germany

b) often capitalized : of, adhering to, or marked by fundamentalism : fundamentalist, c) often capitalized : low church

— Evan·gel·i·cal·ism noun

— evan·gel·i·cal·ly adverb


American Heritage dictionary:

"... of, relating to, or in accordance with the Christian gospel, especially one of the four gospel books of the new Testament. of, relating to, or being a Protestant church that founds its teaching on the gospel. of, relating to, or being a Christian church believing in the sole authority and inerrancy of the Bible, in salvation only through regeneration, and in a spiritually transformed personal life." 1 

"...a Protestant church that founds its teaching on the gospel." "...a Christian church believing in the sole authority and inerrancy of the Bible, in salvation only through regeneration, and in a spiritually transformed personal life." 2

Webster's Dictionary:

Of, relating to, or being in agreement with the Christian gospel, especially as it is presented in the four [canonical] Gospels. Emphasizing salvation by faith in the atoning death of Jesus Christ, through personal conversion, the authority of scripture, and the importance of preaching as contrasted with ritual.Of, adhering to, or marked by fundamentalism. 3's English dictionary:

"relating to or being a Christian church believing in personal conversion and the inerrancy of the Bible especially the 4 Gospels; 'evangelical Christianity'; 'an ultraconservative evangelical message'.""of or pertaining to or in keeping with the Christian gospel especially as in the first 4 books of the New Testament.""marked by ardent or zealous enthusiasm for a cause." 4

SEE ARTICLE: "What is an Evangelical?"



Free Church




: of or relating to a church that is not an established church<the American free-church system>

— free–church·ly adverb



The term "free church" refers to a Christian denomination that is intrinsically separated from government (as opposed to a theocracy, or an "established" or state church). A free church does not define government policy, nor have governments define church policy or theology, nor seeks or receives government endorsement or funding for its general mission. The term is especially relevant in countries with established state churches.


The Free Church is a pattern that evolved in the Americas, while much of Europe maintains some government involvement in religion and churches via taxation to support them and by appointing ministers and bishops etc., although free churches have been founded in Europe outside of the state system [1][2]


Protestant historians would typically argue that this is historically what the Christian church was before Emperor Constantine and the State church of the Roman Empire, see Early Christianity, and did not appear again until the Protestant Reformation in groups such as the Calvinists and some particular radical movements such as the Anabaptists. - Wikipedia

SEE ARTICLE: The Free Church And the False Church




GRINCHING - Definition,

(1)  Promotion of "Derogatory labeling", such as "Scrooge" or "Grinch" in reference religious, philosophical and ethnic minorities that are conscientious objectors to Rome's solar-mass and it's use of compulsion for homogeneous public enforcement.

(2) "Derogatory labeling", such as "Scrooge" or "Grinch", often directed at civil rights, religious freedom, and first amendment advocates, as "Grinch" in an effort to avoid rational discussion, logic, theology, history or reason about the legal, moral or ethical value of a "position" [most often used by proponents of State-funded, and State-enforced compulsory Christmas laws and the removal of the Constitutional provisions of separation of Church and State]

(3) "Derogatory labeling", such as "Scrooge" or "Grinch", directed at ethnic or religious minorities to create "prejudice","systemic discrimination", and "persecution" using Rome's solar-mass as the "common characteristic" to persecute.


"Grinching" is also stage 3 of the "Genocide Process".[Dehumanization: Comparison of target group to Animals/Insects] See below - Genocide Watch, The International Alliance To End Genocide, By Gregory H. Staten, President Genocide Watch


There is extensive evidence for the role of social categorization in the development and maintenance of prejudice and discrimination. People tend to experience less positive affect toward members of the out-group, remember more negative information about out-group members, and are less helpful toward out-group than in-group members (see Brewer & Brown, 1998).- Journal of Langauge and Social Psychology, Ethnic Minority Labeling, Multiculturalism and Attitudes of Majority Group Members

Language both shapes and reflects social reality. Discriminatory language is therefore both a symptom of, and a contributor to, the unequal social status of women, people with a disability and people from various ethnic and racial backgrounds...Language is a major vehicle for the expression of prejudice or discrimination. Some of the major forms of discriminatory language are:


• Extra Visibility or Emphasis on Difference

• Stereotyping

A stereotype is a generalised and relatively fixed image of a person or persons belonging to a particular group. This image is formed by isolating or exaggerating certain features; physical, intellectual, cultural, occupational, personal, and so on which seem to characterise the group.

Stereotypes are discriminatory in that they take away a person's individuality. Although they may reflect elements of truth, these are usually misinterpreted or inaccurate owing to oversimplification. The status of minority groups in society is often adversely influenced by use of stereotypes.

• Derogatory Labeling

The discriminatory nature of derogatory labels used to describe members of minority groups is often obvious. However, derogatory labels are still commonly used, and must be avoided.

• Imposed Labeling

A characteristic often shared by minority groups is their lack of power to define themselves. Often the names and labels by which they are known, whether derogatory or not, have been imposed on them. Imposed labelling may be inaccurate and may also be alienating for the groups it supposedly describes. - - The University of Salford, Guide to Non-Discriminitory Language




Hate Speech / Hate Literature




Hate speech is, outside the law, any communication that disparages a person or a group on the basis of some characteristic such as race, color, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, or other characteristic. - Nockleby, John T. (2000), “Hate Speech,” in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, ed. Leonard W. Levy and Kenneth L. Karst, vol. 3. (2nd ed.), Detroit: Macmillan Reference US, pp. 1277-1279. Cited in "Library 2.0 and the Problem of Hate Speech," by Margaret Brown-Sica and Jeffrey Beall, Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship, vol. 9 no. 2 (Summer 2008).


World English Dictionary

hate speech — n

speech disparaging a racial, sexual, or ethnic group or a member of such a group

Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 10th Edition

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Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 


hate speech - noun

speech that attacks a person or group on the basis of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation. Unabridged

Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2012. 


Hate speech, for example, is a form of verbal aggression (→  Verbal Aggressiveness ) that expresses hatred, contempt, ridicule, or threats toward a specific group or class of people ( Asante 1998 ). Hate speech encompasses verbalizations, written messages, symbols, or symbolic acts that demean and degrade, and, as such, can promote discrimination, prejudice, and violence toward targeted groups. Hate speech often stems from thoughts and beliefs such as hatred, intolerance, prejudice, bigotry, or stereotyping ( Allport 1954 ). Common forms of hate speech include ethnophaulisms, racial slurs and epithets, sexist comments, and homophobic speech (→  Prejudiced and Discriminatory Communication ). Hate speech functions to distort the history of targeted groups, to eliminate the agency of targeted groups, to create and maintain ... log in or subscribe to read full text - The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Hate Speech and Ethnophaulisms, by Terry A. Kinney



Etymology, From prefix ethno- and the phaulism; phaulism is derived from the Greek word φαύλισμα from φαυλίζειν "to vilify" from φαῦλος "bad, unjust."


ethnophaulism (plural ethnophaulisms)

An ethnic or racial slur typically utilising the caricature of some identifiable feature of the group being derided, often physical features. For example, "nigger", an offensive word for Africans, refers to their black skin.



Department of Justice

R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46

Criminal Code (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-46)

Public incitement of hatred

319. (1) Every one who, by communicating statements in any public place, incites hatred against any identifiable group where such incitement is likely to lead to a breach of the peace is guilty of

(a) an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years; or

(b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.

Marginal note:Wilful promotion of hatred

(2) Every one who, by communicating statements, other than in private conversation, wilfully promotes hatred against any identifiable group is guilty of

(a) an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years; or

(b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.

Marginal note:Defences

(3) No person shall be convicted of an offence under subsection (2)

(a) if he establishes that the statements communicated were true;

(b) if, in good faith, the person expressed or attempted to establish by an argument an opinion on a religious subject or an opinion based on a belief in a religious text;

(c) if the statements were relevant to any subject of public interest, the discussion of which was for the public benefit, and if on reasonable grounds he believed them to be true; or

(d) if, in good faith, he intended to point out, for the purpose of removal, matters producing or tending to produce feelings of hatred toward an identifiable group in Canada.







Magic, Magic/Magical Rite

Main Entry: MAG·IC 

Pronunciation: \ˈma-jik\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English magique, from Middle French, from Latin magice, from Greekmagikē, feminine of magikos Magian, magical, from magos magus, sorcerer, of Iranian origin; akin to Old Persian maguš sorcerer

Date: 14th century

1 a : the use of means (as charms or spells) believed to have supernatural power over natural forces b : magic rites or incantations

2 a : an extraordinary power or influence seemingly from a supernatural source b :something that seems to cast a spell : enchantment

3 : the art of producing illusions by sleight of hand


Main Entry: rite 

Pronunciation: \ˈrīt\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English, from Latin ritus; akin to Greek arithmos number — more atarithmetic

Date: 14th century

1 a : a prescribed form or manner governing the words or actions for a ceremony

2 : a ceremonial act or action



Mark, of the "Beast"


The phrase itself, like many other phrases, were a play on words in the New Testament, contrasting the Greek phrase the "Preaching of the Kingdom" (of God) which was audo-phonetically similar in Greek.



"CHARAGMA of the THERION"       -       "KERUGMA of the THEOS"


Rev 19:20  And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshipped his image. These both were cast alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone.

Rev 19:20  καὶ ἐπιάσθη τὸ θηρίον καὶ ὁ μετ᾿ αὐτοῦ ψευδοπροφήτης ὁ ποιήσας τὰ σημεῖα ἐνώπιον αὐτοῦ, ἐν οἷς ἐπλάνησε τοὺς λαβόντας τὸ χάραγμα τοῦ θηρίου καὶ τοὺς προσκυνοῦντας τῇ εἰκόνι αὐτοῦ· ζῶντες ἐβλήθησαν οἱ δύο εἰς τὴν λίμνην τοῦ πυρὸς τὴν καιομένην ἐν θείῳ. 


Act 20:25  And now, behold, I know that ye all, among whom I have gone preaching the kingdom of God, shall see my face no more.

Act 20:25  Καὶ νῦν ἰδοὺ ἐγὼ οἶδα ὅτι οὐκέτι ὄψεσθε τὸ πρόσωπόν μου ὑμεῖς πάντες, ἐν οἷς διῆλθον κηρύσσων τὴν βασιλείαν τοῦ Θεοῦ.. 


"Mark of the Beast" was an OPPOSITE to "Preaching of the Theos", so obviously the Antonym bore an intended relationship.  Both were "messages" that were 'received" an RESULTED IN A "BRANDING".  For the follower of the REAL CHRIST, they were SEALED, for the follower of the FALSE CHRIST of the ROMAN EMPIRE, they were MARKED.



Eze 9:6  Slay utterly old and young, both maids, and little children, and women: but come not near any man upon whom is the mark; and begin at my sanctuary. Then they began at the ancient men which were before the house. 

Eph 4:30  And grieve not the holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption. 

Rev 7:3  Saying, Hurt not the earth, neither the sea, nor the trees, till we have sealed the servants of our God in their foreheads



Gen 4:15  And the LORD said unto him, Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold. And the LORD set a mark upon Cain, 

Rev 14:9  And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, 

Rev 13:16  And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads


When you RECEIVE THE MARK OF GOD, you do so by having faith, or choosing to follow (believe in) THE PREACHING OF GOD, when you RECEIVE THE MARK OF THE BEAST, you do precisely the SAME THING, only in response to PRECISELY THE WRONG POINT OF REFERENCE (THE EMPIRE), i.e., the KINGDOMS OF THIS WORLD, offered to Christ by Satan in exchange for his worship.




Why is this imagery used? MARKED IN THE FOREHEAD?


Once again, the biblical use of prophetic Antonyms, show a contrast of two opposite things were being referred too:


Exo 13:9  And it shall be for a sign unto thee upon thine hand, and for a memorial between thine eyes, that the LORD'S law may be in thy mouth: for with a strong hand hath the LORD brought thee out of Egypt.  


Rev 14:9  And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand




Theodosius II Codex Messiah/Torah

POPE SIXTUS III (Literally 666) 

ANTOMYMNS in these prophetic descriptions, a practice that is found throughout the entire Bible in the prophetic tradition, make these prophetic contrasts unmistakable and inexcusable to miss.


Rev 17:8  

The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition - The beast is the Latin kingdom; (Ἡ Λατινη βασιλεια); consequently the beast was, that is, was in existence previously to the time of St. John; (for Latinus was the first king of the Latins, and Numitor the last); is not now, because the Latin nation has ceased long ago to be an independent power, and is now under the dominion of the Romans; but shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, that is, the Latin kingdom, the antichristian power, or that which ascendeth out of the abyss or bottomless pit, is yet in futurity. But it is added: - 

And they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names there not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is - By the earth is here meant the Latin world; therefore the meaning is, that all who dwell in the Latin world shall adhere to the idolatrous and blasphemous religion of the Latin Church, which is supported by the Latin empire, - ADAM CLARKE'S COMMENTARY


Rev 17:1-18  

The characters of Babylon are first portrayed. Like the beast, she is only one thing in the judgment but morally she is more important than all the rest. The general character is the great active idolatress that has gained influence over the mass of the nations; next, that the kings of the earth have lived in guilty intimacy with her, seeking her favors, while those that dwell on the earth have lost their senses through her pernicious and inebriating influence. This is the general idea first given, a character plain enough to mark the Roman or Papal system.

But more details follow. There was a woman, a religious system, sitting on an imperial beast full of names of blasphemy, having the form which marked it Roman. - DARBY


Rev 17:8  The beast which thou sawest was, and is not,.... It is added at the end of the verse where the same description is given, "and yet is"; this beast is to be understood not of the devil, who "was" the god of this world, "is not", being cast out by Christ, and yet is in being; for he, the dragon, is distinguished from this beast, and indeed from him the beast has his seat, power, and authority, Rev_13:1 nor any particular emperor, as Domitian, a cruel and savage one, who was in power in Vespasian's time, when he was abroad, and then was out of it upon his return, and yet afterwards was in again, being as one sent from hell, and went at last into perdition; but the Roman empire itself is intended, as we have seen, which carried and supported the Papacy; and variously may this be interpreted; as that it was in the hands of the Romans originally, and long continued with them, but now "is not", in John's time, being in the hands of Trajan, a Spaniard, "and yet is" in being, Rome being the metropolis of it: it was a very powerful and flourishing empire, "and is not", being destroyed by the Goths and Vandals, "and yet is" a large empire under the jurisdiction of antichrist; - JOHN GILL


Rev 17:1-18  

Contents: The doom of Babylon, the last great ecclesiastical order. 

Characters: Christ, John, 7 angels, beast. 

Conclusion: There will be in the Tribulation period a great apostate ecclesiastical system headed up under a powerful religious leader, drawing after it thousands of deluded worshippers, who in reality are worshipping the devil and the beast. This enormous world-system will be brought to a fearful end and all those connected with it will share its fate. 

Key Word: Mystery, Babylon, Rev_17:5. 

Strong Verse: Rev_17:14. 

Striking Facts: Many Bible students believe that we have here the Roman Catholic system headed up in a fearfully apostate state. A woman is symbolical of “church” (2Co_11:12). This woman (Rev_17:5) stands in contrast to the Church of Christ, which is a “chaste virgin.” The true Church is “espoused to one husband;” this one is given up to the kings of the earth. The Church is the “mystery of godliness;” this one is “mystery Babylon.” The Church offers “the cup of Salvation;” this one offers “cup full of abominations.” Mystery Babylon is rich, and it has its seat on seven hills (Rome). Christ is seen here as the, One Who shall overcome all false systems, establishing Himself as Lord of Lords and King of Kings. - SUMMARIZED BIBLE


 Why the Lie?


(1) Political propagandizing

(2) Theatrics and sensationalism

(3) Disinformation


"Charagma of the Therion" (EXAMPLES)


Roy L. Branson, Jr., The End of the World, 1989

Instead of social security cards and credit cards, the number will be printed in the forehead or hand so that all who receive it will carry it at all times. Using modern technology, it will be a method to eliminate losing such cards or having them stolen or duplicated.  Just how will the number be imprinted? Will it consist only of the numbers 666? We do not know for certain, but it is possible a small computer chip will be embedded under the flesh, or even into the bone of the forehead of hand. That kind of technology is already in place. Another method may be used, but the results will be the same — instant identity, and little or no likelihood of counterfeiting or reproducing. I suspect the numbers 666 will be a prefix followed by other numbers, but I do not know. (Roy L. Branson, Jr., The End of the World, 1989, p.78)


Gary D. Blevins, 666 The Final Warning!, 1990

I personally believe that the MARK will be either an invisible laser tattoo (they are in the skin) or a microchip, which will be placed under the skin having the Uniform Product Code (UPC). This MARK, a type of bar code in the skin or on the microchip, would be scanned at the point of trade. . .


MARK: The UPC code [barcode] with needed information on each person.

NAME OF THE BEAST: This, I believe, will be a name with six letters in each name invisibly coded into the laser tattoo or microchip. A computer could pick this up as 'six digits' in each name. For example, Ronald Wilson Reagan!

NUMBER OF HIS NAME: The number 666 invisibly coded into the laser tattoo or microchip and placed on each person in the form of the UPC [barcode] 'mark'. (Gary D. Blevins, 666 The Final Warning!, 1990, pp. 204, 205)


Tal Brooke, When the World Will Be As One, 1989

Yet the apostle John describes a reality that has only recently come into focus: global banking, laser scanning, and the universal bar code. . . It is a tiny step to go from using a Visa card or a bank card on the Plus System and other ATM machines, in which the electronic strip is attached to the card, to putting that same strip of information on the human body so that it can be laser scanned. This has already been done with laser tattoos and implanted microchips. . . Again, what better descriptive term could John have found in the ancient world than "the mark," which would enable every citizen to buy or sell who had it? (Tal Brooke, When the World Will Be As One, 1989, pp. 229, 230)


Terry Cook, The Mark of the New World Order, 1996

It is my well-researched opinion that the Mark of the Beast, as related in scripture, is absolutely literal. Soon, all people on earth will be coerced into accepting a Mark in their right hand or forehead. I am convinced that it will be an injectable passive RFID transponder with a computer chip — a literal injection with a literal electronic biochip 'mark'. . .I believe that such an implanted identification mark literally will become Satan’s Mark of the Beast, as we will discuss further in this chapter." (Terry Cook, The Mark of the New World Order, 1996, p. 587)




The delusion apparent in the above examples are obvious to anyone with only minor and occasional reflections.  Besides their complete violation of the Biblical texts, here are the most obvious fallacies of these delusional claims intended by design to deflect suspicion away from the actual and real sources of THE MARK OF THE BEAST (according to the Bible).


(1) EFT already requires no chip or tattoos (all buying and selling is already controlled through central electronic and accounting systems)

(2) RFD Chipping and EFT cards are unknown and for the most part unfeasible in 3rd world countries, so the claim they will "chip" the whole world is patently absurd, and the teaching that there is no "mark of the beast" until then, is a downright dangerous demonic lie which could be costing people their eternities, while they sit around in the middle of the Roman delusion singing Kumbaya with the Antichrist, waiting for these non-feasible science fiction scenarios to unfold, in a false and deluded sense of security.

(3) They are not the Biblical description, and thus disobey God's word, and are an act of sin.

(4) The people promoting these deflections, are all supporters of the Antichrist, receive Pope Sixtus III's law on their forehead and in their hand, and worship his image.  They are not real born-again believers in the real Christ if you accept the Bible as your standard, they also make lots of money selling religion, in books that contain nothing but continuously revised garbage and disinformation.


It is an extremely difficult argument to make plausible, that you worship what the Bible condemns unconditionally (because of syncretism theology), side with the institutions and people responsible for slaughtering the entire family of Christ himself, and then expect that same Christ (whose very identity was stolen and used to promote the very opposite of all that he believed in and died for), to then "save you" (after such open and intentional betrayal).  That such claims would even be seriously entertained, points to a severe character flaw, if not, simply put, a delusion, which is what it actually is.

SEE VIDEO SERIES: "Antichrist for Dummies"


Merchant Church, The



Rev 18:3,11 For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and ...and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies. And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her; for no man buyeth their merchandise any more:



Merchant+Church = "Merchant Church", (1) A "church" or "christian organization" applying "market principles" to the operation of religion as a business, for profit despite fronting as a "non-profit" organization, or (2) any segment/category of Christianity which has accepted the practice of Simony (i.e.,trafficking in spiritual things), as "normative Christianity".

SEE ARTICLE: The Merchant Church



Main Entry: Mo·nism  

Pronunciation: \ˈmō-ˌni-zəm, ˈmä-\

Function: noun

Etymology: German Monismus, from mon- + -ismus -ism

Date: 1862

1 a : a view that there is only one kind of ultimate substance

    b : the view that reality is one unitary organic whole with no independent parts

2 : monogenesis

3 : a viewpoint or theory that reduces all phenomena to one principle

— mo·nist  \ˈmō-nist, ˈmä-\ noun

— mo·nis·tic  \mō-ˈnis-tik, mä-\ adjective

In "Mystery religion" both "evil and good" are the same animating principle or actual entity. "Christ" and "Antichrist" are "secretly" the same entity. Worship of "God" and "Satan" are the "worship" of the same thing. There is no distinction between "deciet" and "truth".

SEE VIDEO SERIES: "Antichrist for Dummies"





Pilgrims, Puritans


Main Entry: pil·grim 

Pronunciation: \ˈpil-grəm\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French pelerin, pilegrin, from Late Latin pelegrinus, alteration of Latin peregrinus foreigner, from peregrinus, adjective, foreign, from peregri abroad, from per through + agr-, ager land — more at for, acre

Date: 13th century

1 : one who journeys in foreign lands : wayfarer

2 : one who travels to a shrine or holy place as a devotee

3 capitalized : one of the English colonists settling at Plymouth in 1620

SEE ARTICLE: The Plymouth Rock Pilgrims


Main Entry: Pro·pa·gan·da 

Pronunciation: \ˌprä-pə-ˈgan-də, ˌprō-\

Function: noun

Etymology: New Latin, from Congregatio de propaganda fide Congregation for propagating the faith, organization established by Pope Gregory XV 1623

Date: 1718

1 capitalized : a congregation of the Roman curia having jurisdiction over missionary territories and related institutions

2 : the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person

3 : ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further one's cause or to damage an opposing cause; also : a public action having such an effect

— pro·pa·gan·dist  \-dist\ noun or adjective

— pro·pa·gan·dis·tic  \-ˌgan-ˈdis-tik\ adjective

— pro·pa·gan·dis·ti·cal·ly  \-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb



Propaganda is biased information designed to shape public opinion and behavior. The word comes from Latin and originally referred to the biological reproduction of flora and fauna, that is, to the propagation of plants and animals. It took on new meaning in the 17th century when the Papacy established a special division within the Catholic Church, the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith (propaganda fide), to systematically spread Catholic doctrine throughout the world to win new converts and stem the rising tide of Protestantism. Propaganda thus came to connote the dissemination of religious ideas in order to shape the opinions and behavior of mass audiences. ..Nazis eliminated the "marketplace of ideas" through terror and media manipulation and mobilized propaganda as a weapon to unite the German people around a "leader" and to facilitate aggression, mass murder, and genocide. <> How Does Propaganda Work? Modern propaganda draws upon techniques and strategies used in advertising, public relations, communications, and mass psychology. It simplifies complicated issues or ideology for popular consumption, is always biased, and is geared to achieving a particular end. Propaganda generally employs symbols, whether in written, musical, or visual forms, and plays upon and channels complex human emotions towards a desired goal. It is often employed by governmental and private organizations to promote their causes and institutions and denigrate their opponents. Propaganda functions as just one weapon in the arsenal of mass persuasion. In contrast to the ideal of an educator, who aims to foster independent judgment and thinking, the practitioner of propaganda does not aim to encourage deliberation by presenting a variety of viewpoints and leaving it up to the audience to determine which perspective is correct. The propagandist transmits only information geared to strengthen his or her case, and consciously omits detrimental information.  - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, PROPAGANDA





1539, from Ger. or Fr. protestant, from L. protestantem (nom. protestans), prp. of protestari (see protest). Originally used of Ger. princes and free cities who declared their dissent from the decision of the Diet of Speyer (1529) denouncing the Reformation. The word was taken up by the Lutherans in Germany (Swiss and French preferred Reformed). It became the general word for "adherents of the Reformation in Germany," then "member of any Western church outside the Roman communion;" a sense first attested in English in 1553. In the 17c., 'protestant' was primarily opposed to 'papist,' and thus accepted by English Churchmen generally; in more recent times, being generally opposed to 'Roman Catholic,' or ... to 'Catholic,' ... it is viewed with disfavour by those who lay stress on the claim of the Anglican Church to be equally Catholic with the Roman. [OED] Often contemptuous shortened form Prot is from 1725, in Irish English. Protestant (work) ethic (1926) is taken from Max Weber's work "Die protestantische Ethik und der 'Geist' des Kapitalismus" (1904). Protestant Reformation attested by 1680s.




[prot-uh-stuhnt or, for 4, 6, pruh-tes-tuhnt]  Show IPA


1. any Western Christian who is not an adherent of a Catholic, Anglican, or Eastern Church.

2. an adherent of any of those Christian bodies that separated from the Church of Rome during the Reformation, or of any group descended from them.

3. (originally) any of the German princes who protested against the decision of the Diet of Speyer in 1529, which had denounced the Reformation.

4. ( lowercase ) a person who protests.


5. belonging or pertaining to Protestants or their religion.

6. ( lowercase ) protesting.


1530–40;  < G or F, for L prōtestantēs,  pl. of prp. of prōtestārī  to bear public witness. See protest, -ant


Main Entry: 1prot·es·tant

Pronunciation: \ˈprä-təs-tənt, 2 is also prə-ˈtes-\

Function: noun

Etymology: Middle French, from Latin protestant-, protestans, present participle of protestari

Date: 1539



a : any of a group of German princes and cities presenting a defense of freedom of conscience against an edict of the Diet of Spires in 1529 intended to suppress the Lutheran movement

b : a member of any of several church denominations denying the universal authority of the Pope and affirming the Reformation principles of justification by faith alone, the priesthood of all believers, and the primacy of the Bible as the only source of revealed truth; broadly : a Christian not of a Catholic or Eastern church


: one who makes or enters a protest

— Prot·es·tant·ism\ˈprä-təs-tən-ˌti-zəm\ noun


Heb 9:10  Which stood only in meats and drinks, and divers washings, and carnal ordinances, imposed on them until the time of REFORMATION. (KJV)

Act 24:5  For we have found this man a pestilent fellow, and a mover of sedition among all the Jews throughout the world, and a πρωτοστάτης of the sect of the Nazarenes: (KJV)




From G4413 and G2476; one standing first in the ranks, that is, a captain (champion): - ringleader.



Protestant Evangelical


1. A term which clarifies for Post-Evangelical obfuscationists, the previously included definition of Protestant in the term "Evangelical"

2. An HISTORIC "Free-Church" Evangelical emerging from the Protestant Reformation, advocating the separation of Church and State for the preservation of individual religious freedom and liberty and protection of faith and conscience.

3. The dominant historical religious heritage of the United States, and it's "Free-Church" movements.

Compound of



Evan·gel·i·cal adj \ˌē-ˌvan-ˈje-li-kəl, ˌe-vən-\

1. of, relating to, or being in agreement with the Christian gospel especially as it is presented in the four Gospels

2. Protestant

3. Emphasizing salvation by faith in the atoning death of Jesus Christ through personal conversion, the authority of Scripture, and the importance of preaching as contrasted with ritual

4. a) capitalized : of or relating to the Evangelical Church in Germany

b) often capitalized : of, adhering to, or marked by fundamentalism : fundamentalist, c) often capitalized : low church

— Evan·gel·i·cal·ism noun

— evan·gel·i·cal·ly adverb


1. (a) A belief system, (b) an individual or (c) it's body of adherents which are Characterized predominantly by the Protestant Free Church movement in Post-Reformation Europe and early America, which called for a separation of Church and State, rejecting the European Parochial-State Churches and Vatican, and their associated oppression of individual religious freedom and liberty, in matters of faith and conscience.

SEE ARTICLE: What is an Evangelical?




Rapture, The


Also referred to as "Futurism" *eschatology (*eschatology is the theological name of the field of study involving Biblical prophecy in general)

“The Rapture” is defined by Oxford Language Dictionary in definition number 2 as “(according to some millenarian teaching) the transporting of believers to heaven at the Second Coming of Christ.”

In Wikipedia, it is defined as...

QUOTE: The rapture is an eschatological theological position held by some Christians, particularly within branches of American evangelicalism, consisting of an end-time event when all Christian believers who are alive, along with resurrected believers, will rise "in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air."[1] The origin of the term extends from Paul the Apostle's First Epistle to the Thessalonians in the Bible, in which he uses the Greek word harpazo (Ancient Greek: ἁρπάζω), meaning "to snatch away" or "to seize," and explains that believers in Jesus Christ will be snatched away from earth into the air.[2]  The idea of a rapture as it is currently defined is not found in historic Christianity, but is a relatively recent doctrine of Evangelical Protestantism. The term is most frequently used among Evangelical Protestant theologians in the United States.[3] Rapture has also been used for a mystical union with God or for eternal life in Heaven.[4] END QUOTE 

– [2] Benware, Paul N. (2006). Understanding End Times Prophecy: A Comprehensive Approach. Chicago: Moody. p. 208. ISBN 978-0-8024-9079-7.

Ironically, in the statement above, it is noted that this doctrine was not a part of “historic Christianity”.  But the statement attributes the ownership of this doctrine to “recent doctrine” of “Evangelical Protestantism”.  What this particular article does not explain, is that the “recent Evangelicalism” that now “owns” this “recent doctrine”, got it from counter reformation Jesuits several centuries ago. And they did not “get it” from them, because they consciously or intentionally “took it”. They got it from them, because “counter-reformationists” intentionally seeded  this “doctrine” within “Evangelism” to intentionally deceive them… and ultimately destroy them.  And today, it’s effect can be fully seen. (Especially when you contrast, what exists today among “Evangelicals”, with practices and beliefs from the past).

If “the Rapture” wasn’t “historic Christianity”, what was it and where did it come from?

QUOTE: Historicism, a method of interpretation in Christian eschatology which associates biblical prophecies with actual historical events and identifies symbolic beings with historical persons or societies, has been applied to the Book of Daniel by many writers. The Historicist view follows a straight line of continuous fulfillment of prophecy which starts in Daniel's time and goes through John's writing of the Book of Revelation all the way to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.[1] One of the aspects of the Protestant historicist paradigm is the speculation that the Little Horn Power which rose after the breakup of the Roman Empire is the Papacy, the predicted Antichrist power. Futurism and Preterism , alternate methods of prophetic interpretation, were used by Jesuits to oppose this interpretation[2][3][4] that the Antichrist was the Papacy or the power of the Roman Catholic Church.[5] END QUOTE

QUOTE: "Jesuit scholarship rallied to the Roman cause by providing two plausible alternatives to the historical interpretation of the Protestants. 1. Luis de Alcazar (1554-1630) of Seville, Spain, devised what became known as the 'preterist' system of prophetic interpretation. This theory proposed that the Revelation deals with events in the Pagan Roman Empire, that antichrist refers to Nero and that the prophecies were therefore fulfilled long before the time of the medieval church. Alcazar's preterist system has never made any impact on the conservative, or evangelical wing of the Protestant movement, although in the last one hundred years it has become popular among Protestant rationalists and liberals. 2. A far more successful attack was taken by Francisco Ribera (1537 - 1591) of Salamanca, Spain. He was the founder of the 'futurist' system of prophetic interpretation. Instead of placing antichrist way in the past as did Alcazar, Ribera argues that antichrist would appear way in the future. About 1590 Ribera published a five hundred page commentary on the Apocalypse, denying the Protestant application of antichrist to the church of Rome." M.L. Moser, Jr., An Apologetic of Premillennialism, p.27 END QUOTE

The term “Rapture” never occurs in the Bible and there is a reason for that. Because the Bible does not really teach the doctrine.  The "Harpizo" is what occurs after death, when the soul of the believer is "taken up" into the presence of God. (1 Cor.15:55)

"The Rapture" was a doctrine that was “patched” together from a set of texts that were slightly “bent” and put together to mislead. (Not inform) And the doctrine was given a “Latin name” by the Jesuits who invented the idea, and who had been charged with the task of the “counter-reformation”.  Because of the rise of the "Counter-reformation" in the "Church of England", the doctrine also became widely promoted by the Freemasons (which was the primary vehicle for it's infiltration into "Protestant Evangelism" in the United States. "Freemasons" are "Luciferians" (not Christians). They embrace worship of "Lucifer" as "Christ" (and the belief that "Christ" and "Antichrist" are the same thing).

The chief goal of the “counter-reformation” was to destroy the testimony and teaching of it’s own Catholic priests, who had given their lives to get the truth out to their Catholic congregations and the public.  These Catholic priests were expelled from the Church, and their testimony was branded with names such as “Lutheran” or “Calvinist” or “Protestant”.  But these names were not what they called themselves. They called themselves “Christians”, after becoming that.

And these brave and faithful Catholic priests, who loved the truth more than their own lives, were who the Jesuits were also tasked with exterminating. One of the tools, the Jesuits came up with to accomplish that extermination, was the “rapture” doctrine.

Their work of disinformation and subterfuge proved to be extremely successful, historically.  And thus why today, it is described as a “recent doctrine” of “Evangelical Protestantism”. But “Evangelical Protestantism” today, is really neither (and you can see this very easily if you compare “Protestant Evangelicalism” from 200 years ago, with what goes by that name today).

It is a mutation brought about by the “counter reformation”, which has for all practical purposes, taken over the main body of the movement and it’s institutions in modern America. 

No where is this more evident than on the subject of “Christmas”, which for 200 consistent years in America, had been correctly associated with ‘the Antichrist” by real “Protestant Evangelicals”.  Real “Protestant Evangelicals” from the past, would have considered todays’ modern “Protestant Evangelicals” to be followers of the Antichrist. (And thus "not really saved")


This divide in history means, that the previous “Evangelicals” were “false Christians” (and the current ones united with the Papacy through the "rapture doctrine" are “true”), or the previous ones (separated from the Papacy through "historicism" eschatology) were “true”, and the current ones are “false Christians”. But the “historical divide” created by the infusion of the Jesuit’s “rapture doctrine” into todays’ “Evangelicalism” demands both cannot be, simultaneously true, at the same time. “Divide and conquer” is a basic military strategy, which has been successfully employed since the ancient Roman empire.

It is the thesis of this website, that "historic Evangelism" was the "true Cristian faith". Not the current Jesuit version, created through the "rapture doctrine", which embraces the Vatican's "Christ-mass", on December 25th, approves of unrestrained profiteering from "religion", as a "commercial product", and the prolific use of intentional public deceit and idolatry.



Reich ( /ˈraɪx/; German: [ˈʁaɪç] ( listen)) is a German word cognate with the English word rich with the same meaning as an adjective, but more importantly its homonym as a noun, Reich, is usually used in German to designate a kingdom or an empire and also *the Roman Empire*.[1] The terms Kaisertum and Kaiserreich are used in German to more specificly define an empire led by an emperor.[1] To some extent Reich is comparable in meaning and development to the English word realm (via French reaume "kingdom" from Latin regalis "royal").

In English Reich is sometimes used as a loan word, which denotes a historical national state of Germany. In the case of the German Empire (1871-1918), the official name was Deutsches Reich, is literally translated as "German Realm", because formally the official position of its head of state, in the Constitution of the German Empire, was a "presidency" of a confederation of German states led by the King of Prussia. He assumed the title of "German Emperor" (Deutscher Kaiser), which rather referred to the German nation than directly to the "country" of Germany.[1]The Latin etymological counterpart of Reich is not imperium, but rather regnum. Both terms translate to "rule, sovereignty, government", usually of monarchs (kings or emperors), but also of gods, and of the Christian God.[2] The German version of the Lord's Prayer uses the words Dein Reich komme for "ἐλθέτω ἡ βασιλεία σου" (usually translated as "thy kingdom come" in English)[3] Himmelreich is the German term for the concept of "kingdom of heaven". Except for its Latin cognate regnum (kingdom) it is cognate with Scandinavian rike/rige, Dutch: rijk, Sanskrit: raj and English: -ric, as found in bishopric. - WIKIPEDIA



The German noun Reich is derived from Old High German rīhhi, which together with its cognates in Old English rice Old Norse rîki and Gothic reiki is from a Common Germanic *rīkijan. The English noun is extinct, but persists in composition, in bishop-ric. The German adjective reich, on the other hand, has an exact cognate in English rich. Both the noun (*rīkijan) and the adjective (*rīkijaz) are derivations based on a Common Germanic *rīks "ruler, king", reflected in Gothic as reiks, glossing ἄρχων "leader, ruler, chieftain".


It is probable that the Germanic word was not inherited from pre-Proto-Germanic, but rather loaned from Celtic (i.e. Gaulish rīx) at an early time.[4]


The word has many cognates outside of Germanic and Celtic, notably Latin rex and Sanskrit raja "king". It is ultimately from a Proto-Indo-European root *reg-, meaning "to straighten out" or "rule".

Holy Roman Empire

The term Reich was part of the German names for Germany for much of its history. Reich was used by itself in the common German variant of the Holy Roman Empire, (Heiliges Römisches Reich (HRR)). Der rîche was a title for the Emperor. However, Latin, not German, was the formal legal language of the medieval Empire (Imperium Romanum Sacrum), so English-speaking historians are more likely to use Latin imperium than German Reich as a term for this period of German history. The common contemporary Latin legal term used in documents of the Holy Roman Empire was for a long time regnum ("rule, domain, empire", such as in Regnum Francorum for the Frankish Kingdom) before imperium was in fact adopted, the latter first attested in 1157, whereas the parallel use of regnum never fell out of use during the Middle Ages.

Religious-Reich, The



Our use of the term began in internet discussion groups around 2003.  At that time, it was mocked as a denigrating term referring indiscriminately to "Religious-Conservatives" because the distinction attempting to be made in the debates and discussions between a normal religious-conservative, and the product of nazification by right-wing extremism, was in denial and being resisted as true or valid.  Later the term began to pop up in other places, expressing roughly the same concerns though it's intended meaning expanded or shrunk based on the personal perspectives of it's user.   It became popular with critics of the "Christian-right", some uses were universal and indiscriminate toward the entire religious-socio-political sector, others more appropriately targeted the "Reich" within "Christian conservatism", which was it's intended meaning as defined by the two words separately in the dictionary.


New York times Author and War correspondent, Chris Hedges published a book entitled, "The Christian Right and the War on America", in which the subject of the growing concern over "religiously inspired" fascism was fully addressed, and examined historically.  In interviews, Chris Hedges, without ever using the term per sae in the attempt not to provoke incendiary reactions, describes it's definitions and concepts, which are simply the two words put together. Religious and Fascism (as in 3rd Reich).


RELIGIOUS-REICH was a term coined for use in this website to refer to the "Christian-fascism"  ideology which became present in American Evangelical circles during the Bush administration, documented  by  Chris Hedges as mentioned above, with particular attention to Fox News indoctrination of unsuspecting conservative Audiences into World War II, Vatican/Nazi political ideology and propaganda from within a  previously patriotic American "Conservative-Religious" framework.  Thus engaging in a political "conversion process", which radicalized and re-oriented average Protestant/Evangelical conservative audiences toward over-throw of their government, and the establishment of a "Christian nation" primary born out of an "alliance" between converted conservative Evangelicals and Roman Catholicism.  This "conversion process" was documented in a book written by a Canadian psychologist "The Authoritarians" and was cited numerous times in Lectures given by John Dean concerning Barry Goldwater's unfinished publication entitled "Conservatives Without Conscience" in which Barry Goldwater himself intended to address the issue from the perspective of an Iconic American conservative.  The book, "The Authoritarians", which John Dean cited, described what had been previously known as the "Hitler syndrome" taking place in conservative politics with it's resulting empirical and statistical data surfacing as evidence in psychological studies.


Thus the term RELIGIOUS-REICH was used to refer to and distinguish from the normal non-radicalized religious conservative Evangelical , whose orientations came mostly from traditional Evangelicalism, and those which had been "converted" to militancy and Imperialism (or what used to be called "Romanism"), indicative of the changes which were orchestrated prior to World War II, Germany.






1re·li·gious adj \ri-ˈli-jəs\


Definition of RELIGIOUS


1 : relating to or manifesting faithful devotion to an acknowledged ultimate reality or deity <a religious person> <religious attitudes>

2 : of, relating to, or devoted to religious beliefs or observances <joined a religious order>

3 a : scrupulously and conscientiously faithful

    b : fervent, zealous

— re·li·gious·ly adverb

— re·li·gious·ness noun

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Examples of RELIGIOUS


My religious beliefs forbid the drinking of alcohol.

Religious leaders called for an end to the violence.

His wife is very active in the church, but he's not religious himself.



Middle English, from Anglo-French religius, from Latin religiosus, from religio

First Known Use: 13th century

Related to RELIGIOUS


Synonyms: devotional, sacred, spiritual

Antonyms: nonreligious, profane, secular





1. Religious Reich (396 up, 27 down)

The 'Religious Reich' is a synonym for the Religious Right. The Religious Reich favor the death penalty and are against abortion. Generally regarded by the sophisticated as puritanical zealots, the Religious Reich would virtually erase all social advancements made by women, gays and lesbians over the last 100 years.


2. Religious Reich (24 up, 206 down)

Not content to refer to those who disagree with them as the "Religious Right" or "Christian Right", some moonbats demonize their adversaries further by referring to them as the "Religious Reich".  As far as I can tell, Isaac Bonewits was the one who coined the term 'Religious Reich'.


Revelation, Book of

Definition of REVELATION - Merriam Webster Online


1  a : an act of revealing or communicating divine truth

     b : something that is revealed by God to humans

2  a : an act of revealing to view or making known

     b : something that is revealed; especially : an enlightening or astonishing disclosure <shocking revelations>

     c : a pleasant often enlightening surprise <her talent was a revelation>

3 capitalized : an apocalyptic writing addressed to early Christians of Asia Minor and included as a book in the New Testament —called also Apocalypse — see bible table


Rev 1:1  The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John: 






From G601; DISCLOSURE - appearing, coming, lighten, manifestation, be revealed, revelation.




The Greek term translated "Revelation" (Apocalypse), is from this reference in the Tanakh. The term "Revelation" is not found in the Old Testament KJV, which is a very interesting fact.  Once again we see the choice of words by traditionalist translators, which provide a disconnect from the Tanakh.  However, DISCLOSE, or DISCLOSURE is used, and this is where it is found. It the ONLY REFERENCE in the entire TANAKH you will find to it, so it would be very hard to miss the significance of it.  Here is what it points too:


Isa 26:20,21  Come, my people, enter thou into thy chambers, and shut thy doors about thee: hide thyself as it were for a little moment, until the indignation be overpast.  For, behold, the LORD cometh out of his place to punish the inhabitants of the earth for their iniquity: the earth also shall disclose her blood, and shall no more cover her slain. KJV


Isa 26:20,21  Come, My people, enter into thy inner chambers, And shut thy doors behind thee, Hide thyself shortly a moment till the indignation pass over.  For, lo, Jehovah is coming out of His place, To charge the iniquity of the inhabitant of the earth upon him, And revealed hath the earth her blood, Nor doth she cover any more her slain!' YLT






A primitive root; TO DENUDE (especially in a disgraceful sense); by implication to exile (captives being usually stripped); figuratively to reveal: -  + advertise, appear, bewray, bring, (carry, lead, go) captive (into captivity), depart, disclose, discover, exile, be gone, open, X plainly, publish, remove, reveal, X shamelessly, shew, X surely, tell, uncover.


Thus, THE REVELATION... (Rev. 1:1) is actually the term HA'GALAH,  a Jewish term that is used to describe the KOSHERING of VESSELS for PASSOVERHAGALAH by KOSHER.COM

It is the meaning of the very core of what the Jewish Apostle John was writing to the "ecclesia" about in his prophecy, now called "the book of Revelation" which probably would be more accurately (in it's historical Jewish context) understood if not entitled, HAGALAH of YEHOSHUA MESSIAH. (Rev. 1:1)


The "Koshering process" for VESSELS for a PASS OVER of God's INDIGNATION, is precisely the JEWISH THEME of this BOOK.  And it is no accident, that the Book begins with a reflection of the JEWISH FESTIVAL OF DEDICATION (Hanukkah, a civil holiday which was also traditionally a TIME FOR JEWISH MARRIAGES), where THE TEMPLE was RESTORED after the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION in 167 BC on DECEMBER 25TH, by an IDOL dedicated to the worship of THE SUN-GOD (A/K/A, Satan) of the Empire.


The traditional English versions of the book of Revelation, hide more than they reveal through their apparently intentional choice of words which disconnect and obfuscate the text's actual meaning. Consequently, any serious student of this piece of Biblical literature, should begin their own study with a personal re-translation of the book using it's primary definitions from the Greek lexicon that have been replaced, and finding their Hebrew cognates from the Old Testament to understand it's Jewish context. (It is an extremely Jewish Book, based on the festival cycles within Judaism, and condemns both the contemporaneous and future theft and conversion of it's message into Roman Gentile Syncretism by "apostates" it identifies as Liars, False Apostles, Nicolaitans, Prophets of Baal, Jezebel, slaves of Apollo, 666, and worshipers of the Beast and his image)  Clearly identified with the a future Roman religious system which would claim falsely to represent "Christ" and be founded by 666.  Pope Sixtus III fulfilled these prophecies concerning 666. [See the video THE ANTICHRIST-The Truth]

SEE VIDEO SERIES: "Antichrist for Dummies"





 SIMONY,  buying or selling of something spiritual or closely connected with the spiritual. More widely, it is any contract of this kind forbidden by divine or ecclesiastical law. The name is taken from Simon Magus (Acts 8:18), who endeavoured to buy from the Apostles the power of conferring the gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Simony, in the form of buying holy orders, or church offices, was virtually unknown in the first three centuries of the Christian church, but it became familiar when the church had positions of wealth and influence to bestow. The first legislation on the point was the second canon of the Council of Chalcedon (451). From that time prohibitions and penalties were reiterated against buying or selling promotions to the episcopate, priesthood, and diaconate. Later, the offense of simony was extended to include all traffic in benefices and all pecuniary transactions on masses (apart from the authorized offering), blessed oils, and other consecrated objects.

From an occasional scandal, simony became widespread in Europe in the 9th and 10th centuries. Pope Gregory VII (1073–85) rigorously attacked the problem, and the practice again became occasional rather than normal. *After the 16th century, it gradually disappeared in its most flagrant forms with the disendowment and secularization of church property(SIMONY, ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA ONLINE)

*NOTE: Since the acquisition of Encyclopedia Britannica by the Vatican, it's articles have begun to reflect it's new ownership.  The idea that "Simony" has gradually "disappeared" is laughable.  All you have to do to see "Simony" gone AMOK, is turn on your TV on Sunday morning.  It's now the "standard practice" of an entire dominant sector of American Christianity (that has been uncovered to be privately funded and sponsored by the Vatican) which has come to be known in Protestant circles as the Vatican's American "Merchant Church".  It fronts as "Evangelical/Protestant" but it embraces all of Rome's heretical doctrines, Rome's murderous gnostic Latin "Fathers", and Rome's practices of Simonry (while fronting the "label" Christian or Evangelical).  It sells "books" by "celebrities" that are not even authored by them.  Whose content is simply taken from others, and falsely given their name. (some of whom are not even "Christians")  It's a completely "commercialized" operation using "religion" as a "product".



QUOTE: But, not content with this, they by degrees introduce and bring in all things else sacred into their power ; impose and set forth new decrees, interpret the old, and alter what they please. And that these matters might not be looked into, sacrilegiously they take away the Holy Scriptures out of the hands of the people, making it almost capital in them so much as to have or read them, lest they should discover the avarice, pride, simonry, and fraud of their corrupt mysteries and traditionstending only to their profithonour, and secular advantages. And this proceeding to that height of exorbitance, and rendering it no longer tolerablemade a necessity of reformation – THE HISTORY OF RELIGION, R. M. EVANSON, B.A., RECTOR OF LANSOY, MONMOUTHSHIRE, 1850

Simony is the ecclesiastical crime of paying for holy offices ...Simon Magus offers the disciples of Jesus, Peter and John payment so that anyone he would place his hands on would receive the power of the Holy Spirit. This is the origin of the term simony[1] but it also extends to other forms of TRAFFICKING FOR MONEY IN "SPIRITUAL THINGS". - The Reader's Encyclopedia (1965), New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, vol.2, p.932, "Simon." Smith (1880)



Dante Alighieri condemns simonists to the eighth circle of hell in his Inferno, where he encounters Pope Nicholas III buried upside down, thesoles of his feet burning with oil, in a mock baptism. Dante goes on to predict the damnation of both Pope Boniface VIII, the Pope in office at the time the Divine Comedy is set, and Pope Clement V, his successor, for that sin. Writers in the early Renaissance, such as Niccolò Machiavelli and Erasmus, condemned the practice, while Blaise Pascal attacked the casuistic defenses offered by those accused of simony in his Lettres provinciales.-WIKIPEDIA



Main Entry: Syn·cre·tism 

Pronunciation: \ˈsiŋ-krə-ˌti-zəm, ˈsin-\

Function: noun

Etymology: New Latin syncretismus, from Greek synkrētismos federation of Cretan cities, from syn- + Krēt-, Krēs Cretan

Date: 1618

1 : the combination of different forms of belief or practice

2 : the fusion of two or more originally different inflectional forms

— syn·cre·tist  \-tist\ noun or adjective

— syn·cre·tis·tic  \ˌsiŋ-krə-ˈtis-tik, ˌsin-\ adjective



Tradition, Traditions




2Th 2:15  Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by word, or our epistle. 


2Th 3:6  Now we command you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye withdraw yourselves from every brother that walketh disorderly, and not after the tradition which he received of us. 




Mar 7:7  Howbeit in vain do they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men.  For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups: and many other such like things ye do.  And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition. 


Col 2:7  Rooted and built up in him, and stablished in the faith, as ye have been taught, abounding therein with thanksgiving. Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. 


The TRADITION of the APOSTLES is not kept by Churches which usually cite the texts on TRADITIONS due to the fact that they accept the Nicene Council which rejected all Jewish practices continued by the Apostles in the New Testament through the 3 centuries up to the Nicene Council itself, where the official statement was crafted explaining the reason for Rejecting all such "Jewish" practices, even those from the New Testament, as being the desire to "Separate themselves" from the "Odious Jews".  While appeals are made by these religious leaders to the first two texts on keeping the TRADITIONS of the Apostles, it is clear, it was precisely the rejection of these very Apostolic traditions, to introduce theirown much later historical innovations (which they now erroneously call "Tradition" of the Apostles), that was done.  Thus there is actually an "Opposite-speak" talking place in the discussion.


Theological Evasion

Theological – Of or having to do with “Theology”

Evasion – To allude, avoid, or escape.

Theological Evasion and it's associated "tactics" are the attempt to eliminate very real cognitive contraditions which exist between reality, a real fact, real history, or the real language of a text, through the use of obfuscation and distortion.  Theological Evasion is distinguished and driven by, it's foundation in the presuppositional assumption, whatever is currently believed or taught by the sponsoring theological institution is authoritative final absolute truth and all observable facts should therefore be brought into submission to this point of view, by any means necessary. (By virtue of this authority)  Often however, this belief (and it's required actions) remain publicly "unspoken" or "subliminally implied, as they are openly and clearly (consciously) "unethical behaviors".

This results in the necessary psychology and behavior of "Theological Evasion". (Seen most prolifically in the fictional re-writing of history and the corruption of translation work involving "sacred texts")



Unclean, Unclean (spirit)

Definition of UNCLEAN

1: morally or spiritually impure

2: infected with a harmful supernatural contagion; also : prohibited by ritual law for use or contact

3: dirty, filthy

4: lacking in clarity and precision of conception or execution

— un·clean·ness noun

Examples of UNCLEAN

Many of their health problems were caused by unclean living conditions.

<there's something unclean about this whole business>

First Known Use of UNCLEAN

before 12th century


Zec 13:2  And it shall come to pass in that day, saith the LORD of hosts, that I will cut off the names of the idols out of the land, and they shall no more be remembered: and also I will cause the prophets and the unclean spirit to pass out of the land.

UNCLEAN, Hebrew: טמאה ,Pronounced, ṭûm'âh, toom-aw'

From טמא; religious impurity: - filthiness, unclean (-ness).

טמא , Hebrew: ṭâmê', pron. taw-may'

A primitive root; to be foul, especially in a ceremonial or moral sense (contaminated): - defile (self), pollute (self), be (make, make self, pronounce) unclean, X utterly.


Mat 12:43-45  When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none. Then he saith, I will return into my house from whence I came out; and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished. Then goeth he, and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last state of that man is worse than the first. Even so shall it be also unto this wicked generation. 



Mar 1:23-26  And there was in their synagogue a man with an unclean spirit; and he cried out, Saying, Let us alone; what have we to do with thee, thou Jesus of Nazareth? art thou come to destroy us? I know thee who thou art, the Holy One of God. And Jesus rebuked him, saying, Hold thy peace, and come out of him. And when the unclean spirit had torn him, and cried with a loud voice, he came out of him. 


Mar 5:2-13  And when he was come out of the ship, immediately there met him out of the tombs a man with an unclean spirit, Who had his dwelling among the tombs; and no man could bind him, no, not with chains: Because that he had been often bound with fetters and chains, and the chains had been plucked asunder by him, and the fetters broken in pieces: neither could any man tame him. And always, night and day, he was in the mountains, and in the tombs, crying, and cutting himself with stones. But when he saw Jesus afar off, he ran and worshipped him, And cried with a loud voice, and said, What have I to do with thee, Jesus, thou Son of the most high God? I adjure thee by God, that thou torment me not. For he said unto him, Come out of the man, thou unclean spirit. And he asked him, What is thy name? And he answered, saying, My name is Legion: for we are many. And he besought him much that he would not send them away out of the country. Now there was there nigh unto the mountains a great herd of swine feeding. And all the devils besought him, saying, Send us into the swine, that we may enter into them. And forthwith Jesus gave them leave. And the unclean spirits went out, and entered into the swine: and the herd ran violently down a steep place into the sea, (they were about two thousand;) and were choked in the sea. 

STRONG'S #G169, GREEK: ἀκάθαρτος, Pron. akathartos, ak-ath'-ar-tos

From G1 (as a negative particle) and a presumed derivative of G2508 (meaning cleansed); impure (ceremonially, morally (lewd) or specifically (demonic)): - foul, unclean.





Valladolid, Valladolid-Spain, Valladolid (Debate)


Wikipedia Entry

The Council of Valladolid (Junta de Valladolid in Spanish) or Valladolid Debate (Debate de Valladolid in Spanish) (1550–1551) concerned the treatment of natives of the New World. Held in the Colegio de San Gregorio, in the Spanish city of Valladolid, it opposed two main attitudes towards the conquests of the Americas. Dominican friar and Bishop of Chiapas Bartolomé de las Casas argued that the Amerindians were free men in the natural order and deserved the same treatment as others, according to Catholic theology.[1] Opposing him was fellow Dominican Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda, who insisted that “in order to uproot crimes that offend nature” the Indians should be punished and therefore reducing them to slavery or serfdom was in accordance with Catholic theology and natural law.[2]Although both Las Casas and Sepúlveda later claimed to have won the debate, no clear record supporting either claim exists. The affair served to establish las Casas as the primary defender of the Indians[3] and saw the New Laws of 1542 upheld, providing some momentum to weaken the encomienda system further.[4] Nevertheless, it failed to alter the treatment of the Indians substantially.[4] - WIKIPEDIA [3/30/12]


Websters Online Dictionary

Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda argued that during the Valladolid controversy in the middle of the 16th century that the Native Americans were natural slaves because they had no souls.... At the end of the Renaissance, the Valladolid debate (1550-1551) concerning the treatment of natives of the "New World" opposed the Dominican friar and Bishop of Chiapas Bartolomé de Las Casas to another Dominican philosopher Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda. The latter argued that "Indians" were natural slaves because they had no souls, and were therefore beneath humanity. Thus, reducing them to slavery or serfdom was in accordance with Catholic theology and natural law. To the contrary, Bartolomé de Las Casas argued that the Amerindians were free men in the natural order and deserved the same treatment as others, according to Catholic theology. It was one of the many controversy concerning racism, slavery and Eurocentrism that would arise in the following centuries. WEBSTER'S ONLINE DICTIONARY



Historical Justificaiton For Racism

Racial Superiority Theories Leaned on Science and Religion

Rupert Taylor, Oct. 21, 2009


"This loophole in Christian theory had been found by Juan Gines de Sepulveda. During the Valladolid Debate of 1550-51, the Spanish theologian said that conquering and enslaving Indians in the Americas had the blessing of the church. The Indians, Sepulveda decided, did not have souls and this made them natural slaves. - WEST EUROPEAN HISTORY@Suite101: Historical Justification for Racism: Racial Superiority Theories Leaned on Science and Religion |




A few individuals, mostly Dominican and Jesuit priests, were sickened by the Spanish destruction and enslavement of Indian populations, and they recorded their objections to slavery. Among these clerics was Bartolomé de Las Casas, who in 1518 started his long crusade against Indian slavery. These efforts culminated in the famous Valladolid debate of 1550–1551, in which he was opposed by the learned Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda. At bottom, the debate was about which was the morally superior choice of slave workers in Spanish America: Native Americans or enslaved Africans. Ironically, while Las Casas argued against the enslavement of the Native population, he suggested that Africans, whom he considered hardier workers, replace Indian slaves in the Spanish colonies. Sepúlveda supported the continued use of Native Americans, but as serfs (encomienderos) responsible for providing goods and services to their Spanish masters. Spain subsequently employed both arrangements, using Africans as individual slaves and Native Americans as community slaves. Many European colonists used white indentured workers, as well as Native Americans, but eventually enslaved Africans became their primary source of labor. The Atlantic slave trade and establishment of African slavery in the New World, especially in plantation economies that produced staple cash crops for the world market, were an important part of European commercial and geographical expansion in the early modern world. Racial slavery existed in all the American colonies by the end of the seventeenth century, and white settlers developed elaborate slave codes and racist ideas to justify and legitimize it.   With the expansion of Europe and the economic exploitation of overseas settlements, racialist thought became a powerful bulwark of slavery. Montesquieu criticized racial slavery but made an exception for warmer climes. John Locke, who wrote the fundamental constitutions of the colony of South Carolina that established slavery, characterized the state of slavery as outside the social contract but justified the enslavement of Africans as prisoners taken in a “just war.” American slaveholders would use his notion of the right to property to defend chattel slavery. Similarly, while Adam Smith criticized all forms of servitude in favor of free labor, his notion of individual economic self-interest could justify modern racial slavery. Enlightenment thinkers such as David Hume, Voltaire, Immanuel Kant, and, later, Thomas Jefferson made racially derogatory remarks against Africans. Some Christians, Jews, and Arab Muslims twisted the biblical story of “Ham’s Curse” by claiming that Africans were the descendants of Ham, who had been cursed by God for disrespecting Noah, and that this justified their enslavement. Enlightenment thought about “universal nature,” “natural rights,” and Western religious traditions of sin and punishment bequeathed a mixed heritage to the Americas: It fostered a critical attitude toward slavery but also gave birth to an intellectual racism that saw Africans as less than fully human, thus legitimizing their enslavement by Europeans. Abolitionism was to emerge from this mixture of traditions, with the abolitionists eventually arguing that the slave owners, and not the slaves, were sinners in danger of God’s wrath. In colonial British North America, a few extraordinary Quakers and Puritans started criticizing slavery and, at times, its racist justifications. One of the first protests against the enslavement of Africans came from four Dutch Quakers in Germantown, Pennsylvania, who sent an antislavery petition to the Monthly Meeting of Quakers in 1688. No action was taken on this petition, at least in part because the Quakers were deeply involved in European commercial expansion. In 1693 the Philadelphia Quaker George Keith published An Exhortation and Caution to Friends Concerning Buying and Keeping of Negroes, in which he argued against the abuses of slavery and for the humanity of Africans. Following Keith, other Quakers—such as Robert Piles, John Hepburn of New Jersey, Ralph Sandiford of Philadelphia, and Elihu Coleman of Nantucket, Massachusetts—wrote against slavery and slaveholders. The Puritan Judge Samuel Sewall, in his 1700 pamphlet The Selling of Joseph, also condemned slavery as “man stealing,” and hence contrary to the word of the Bible. He concluded, however, that free black people could never be incorporated into “our Body Politick” and must exist “as a kind of extravasat Blood [involuntary resident].”In 1735 the British philanthropist James Oglethorpe founded the convict colony of Georgia as an alternative to the slavery-based plantation colonies of the South. ENCYCLOPEDIA.COM


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"Valladolid Catholicism"

A reference to the geographical and ideological origins of "Southern Klan Theology" and it's ritual "dress" (from Valladolid, Spain) , inherited from Jesuit Slave traders in the "Southeastern United States", (and which led to the first institutionalization of Roman-Catholic "Christmas", under state law, in the U.S., in the slave-state of Alabama).  The reference is "dismissed" as "Black legend" (despite it's historical nature) by Roman-Catholic sources, not wanting to acknowledge their historical involvement in the era.  The term identifies the historical source of "Christmas in Dixie" theology among "Southern" branch denominations, that were "excommunicated" over the issue of "slavery", and whose "confederacy" (in "defiance" of the United States)  had been "warmly recieved" and "encouraged" by the Vatican.








Defintion of word, "Zeitgeist"

Zeitgeist (German pronunciation: [ˈtsaɪtɡaɪst]  is "the spirit of the times" or "the spirit of the age." Zeitgeist is the general cultural, intellectual, ethical, spiritual, and/or political climate within a nation or even specific groups, along with the general ambience, morals, and sociocultural direction or mood of an era (similar to the English word mainstream or trend).

The term zeitgeist is from German Zeit- 'time' (cognate with English tide and "time") and Geist- 'spirit' (cognate with English ghost).


The concept of Zeitgeist goes back to Johann Gottfried Herder and other German Romanticists such as Cornelius Jagdmann, but is best known in relation to Hegel's philosophy of history. In 1769 Herder wrote a critique of the work Genius seculi by the philologist Christian Adolph Klotz and introduced the word Zeitgeist into German as a translation of genius seculi (Latin: genius - "guardian spirit" and saeculi - "of the century").  The German Romanticists habitually attempted to reduce the past to essences and treated the Zeitgeist as a historical character in its own right, rather than a generalized description for an era. Richard Dawkins used the term to refer to the "moral Zeitgeist" in his book The God Delusion.


Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (German pronunciation: [ˈɡeɔʁk ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈfʁiːdʁɪç ˈheːɡəl]) (August 27, 1770 – November 14, 1831) was a German philosopher, one of the creators of German Idealism. His historicist and idealist account of reality as a whole revolutionized European philosophy and was an important precursor to Continental philosophy and Marxism.  Hegel developed a comprehensive philosophical framework, or "system", to account in an integrated and developmental way for the relation of mind and nature, the subject and object of knowledge, and psychology, the state, history, art, religion and philosophy. In particular, he developed a concept of mind or spirit that manifested itself in a set of contradictions and oppositions that it ultimately integrated and united, without eliminating either pole or reducing one to the other. Examples of such contradictions include those between nature and freedom, and between immanence and transcendence. Hegel influenced writers of widely varying positions, including both his admirers (Bauer, Feuerbach, T. H. Green, Marx, Bradley, Dewey, Sartre, Küng, Kojève, Žižek, Brandom) and his detractors (Schelling, Kierkegaard, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Stirner, Peirce, Popper, Russell).[2] His influential conceptions are of speculative logic or "dialectic", "absolute idealism", "Spirit", negativity, sublation (Aufhebung in German), the "Master/Slave" dialectic, "ethical life" and the importance of history.


Zeitgeist: the Movie is a 2007 documentary film by Peter Joseph examining possible historical and modern conspiracies surrounding Christianity, the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the Federal Reserve bank. It was officially released online on June 18, 2007 on  A sequel, Zeitgeist: Addendum, focuses on the monetary system and advocates a technology-based social system influenced by the ideas of Jacque Fresco and The Venus Project.[4] Following Zeitgeist: Addendum, Peter Joseph created a worldwide social movement called The Zeitgeist Movement to promote the ideas of Fresco's Venus Project.

A third film called Zeitgeist: Moving Forward is scheduled to be released in October 2010. Peter Joseph has stated that its topics will focus on human behavior, technology, and rationality.


The Zeitgeist Movement is a worldwide grassroots movement advocating social change, most significantly that of society transitioning from a monetary based economy to a resource-based economy. This group is noted on their website as 'the activist arm of the The Venus Project', a non-profit venture by designer and social engineer Jacque Fresco. As of April 9, 2010, the movement claimed to have approximately 393,000 members.The Zeitgeist Movement is named after the documentary films produced, written, and narrated by Peter Joseph and released online. 


A remastered version of the film was screened on November 10, 2007 at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood as part of a film festival held there (the 4th Annual Artivist Film Festival) where it won the Best Feature award in the Artivist Spirit category for feature-length documentaries. In 2008, "Zeitgeist: Addendum", the sequel, received the same Artivist Spirit award at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. In September 2008, Zeitgeist, The Movie also received a Special Acknowledgment Award at Rutger Hauer's ICFILMS Film Festival in Milan, Italy.


Skeptic magazine's Tim Callahan criticizes the first part of the film on the origins of Christianity: Some of what it asserts is true. Unfortunately, this material is liberally—and sloppily—mixed with material that is only partially true and much that is plainly and simply bogus. […] Zeitgeist is The Da Vinci Code on steroids. Other reviews assert that it is "conspiracy crap",“based solely on anecdotal evidence” and “fiction couched in a few facts”, or disparaging reference is made to its part in "the 9/11 truth movement". Academic coverage of Zeitgeist has also been sparse, mainly lumping the movie in with other conspiracy movies, although at least one academic has made a more detailed (and highly critical) analysis of the scholarship (see below). Again, the coverage has been largely negative, and typically treated as part of a contemporary phenomenon of “truth” movies. According to an article published in Scientific American by Michael Shermer: “The postmodernist belief in the relativism of truth, coupled to the clicker culture of mass media where attention spans are measured in New York minutes,  leaves us with a bewildering array of truth claims packaged in infotainment units. It must be true—I saw it on television, at the movies, on the Internet, The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, That's Incredible, The Sixth Sense, Poltergeist, Loose Change, Zeitgeist the Movie.” A more severe overall treatment is given by Jane Chapman, a film producer and reader in media studies at the University of Lincoln, who analyzes Zeitgeist (“A fast-paced assemblage of agitprop”) as an example of unethical film-making.She accuses Joseph of deceit through the use of unsourced and unreferenced assertions, and standard film-making propaganda techniques. While parts of the film are, she says, “comically” self-defeating, the nature of “twisted evidence” and the false attribution of Madrid bomb footage as being in London (which she calls a “lie”) amount to ethical abuse in sourcing (in later versions of the movie, a subtitle is added to this footage identifying it as from the Madrid bombings). She finishes her analysis with the comment: Thus legitimate questions about what happened on 9/11, and about corruption in religious and financial organizations, are all undermined by the film’s determined effort to maximize an emotional response at the expense of reasoned argument. Dr. Chris Forbes, Senior lecturer in Ancient History of Macquarie University and member of the Synod of the Diocese of Sydney, has severely criticized Part I of the movie as having no basis in serious scholarship or ancient sources, relying on amateur sources that "borrow ideas from each other, and who recycle the same silly stuff" and "not a single serious source" can be found in official reference lists attached to the movie Of the film he says "It is extraordinary how many claims it makes which are simply not true." Forbes claims there is no evidence in Egyptian sources saying that Horus' mother Isis was a virgin. Similarly, neither Krishna (the eighth son), Dionysus (whose mother had slept with Zeus) nor Attis were ever supposed born of virgins. He points out that "son" and "sun" are not homophonic words in either Latin, Ancient Egyptian, or Greek, and therefore no such misunderstanding would occur; that the December 25 birth is not part of any of the myths—including that of Jesus, for whom Christmas Day was appointed as a festival day in open knowledge that the real date was not known. Dr. Forbes also criticizes the movie's use of Roman sources to suggest that Jesus didn't exist, noting that a long list flashed across the screen of supposed contemporaneous historians that did not mention Jesus is actually a list of geographers, gardening writers, poets and philosophers, who should not be expected to mention him. The allegation that Josephus' mention of Jesus was added later is criticized as misleading. Josephus actually mentions Jesus twice, with only one reference believed by scholars to have been doctored in the Middle Ages but to change an already existing mention of him. He also argues that the film misrepresents Constantine when it presents him as making Christianity compulsory, when he only legalized it; and inventing the historical Jesus, when early church records show that the historicity of Jesus had been a key element of faith from early on. - Zeitgeist, the Movie -


The Zeitgeist movie's primary thesis was a compilation of occult teachings from occultist Manly P. Hall, seance medium Madama Blavatsky, and Civil War era Confederate Mason Albert Pike, who dedicated the forward of his book to the worship of Lucifer.  These teachings basically offer the same old syncretistic Monism propagated originally in Rome's Constantinian synthesis.  Zeitgeist focuses particularly on Christianity's absorption of Greco-Roman pagan sun-god worship in forging a new "astro-mythology" called "Christianity".  It also maintains the non-existence of Christ as a historical figure.  It's makers essentially complain about sun-worship in "Christianity" but actually advocate it as a new age deity, in the steps of George Carlin's psuedo-atheism (i.e., fake atheism).

The basic idea is presented, despite all the historical facts to the contrary, that Sun-worship Atheism (Albert Pike's "Luciferian doctrine") is the panacea to all the problems of the world, and if only people would renounce God as a fraud and "rebel" against the "powers that be", (usually exclusively pointed at "Christianity" rather than the majority population of the actual world's "powers that be" under totalitarian Atheism (China), or actual real "Sun-god-worship" in India's Hinduism (one of the most poverty stricken and oppressed [Caste system] countries on earth).  This hypocrisy appearantly never dawns on it's sophomoric drop out producer, Peter-Joseph (Merola) and his cabal of sun-worship advocates, hiding under the dishonest label "Atheism" in his movie.

It's advocacy of a Utopian communist society (without money) by a local nut-job in Venus, Florida, who created what he calls the "Venus Project" (to motivate college-students to pay for his depreciated Florida real estate), essentially turns what Walt Disney actually did in his construction of Disney World, 100 miles north of the "Venus Project", into his communist money-less Utopian global vision based on a global renunciation of God. Actually, that is what it really suggests. Perhaps realizing the vulnerability of several key points in his Movie production, the previously unemployed Music-major sophmore drop out, P.J. Merola is now attempting to distance his own "movement" from his own "Movie", which created it.  No critical comments are permitted to be posted on his Youtube video, which many have attempted to post offering corrections of factual material.  The video has become a successful monetary venture for Merola, who in the video renounces the use of money, while soliciting donations for the real estate owned by Jaque Fresco in Venus Florida. (A strange enigmatic set of obvious contraditions to any objective observer)