Scottish banker who founded the Bank of England in 1694.
The Sophia (Wisdom) of Jesus Christ.
Much of the work of Josephus is highly debated as to the authenticity of it. Many scholars think that a lot of his work has been tampered with, especially those concerning Jesus. There are basically 3 main scholarly camps for the passages concerning Jesus:
- Those who accept the entire passage as authentic
- Those who reject the entire passage as a Christian interpolation into the text (perhaps authored by the fourth-century church historian Eusebius)
The secret words that the savior spoke to Judas Thomas which I, even I, Mathaias, wrote down, while I was walking, listening to them speak with one another.
The savior said, "Brother Thomas while you have time in the world, listen to me, and I will reveal to you the things you have pondered in your mind.
Teutonic Zionism is not a Jewish Order of Zionism, but rather a Germanic / Nazi Order of Zionism.
The name Monday comes from the Old English MÅnandÃ¦g (pronounced [mon.nan.dÃ¦g] or [mon.nan.dÃ¦j'), meaning "Day of the Moon". This is likely based on a translation of the Latin name Dies Lunae (cf. Romance language versions of the name, e.g., French Lundi, Spanish, Lunes, Romanian Luni, Italian LunedÃ¬).
The name Tuesday comes from the Old English TiwesdÃ¦g (pronounced [ti.wes.dÃ¦g] or [ti.wes.dÃ¦j], meaning "Tyr's day." Tyr (in Old English, Tiw, Tew or Tiu) was a god of combat and heroic glory in Norse mythology and Germanic paganism. The name of the day is based on Latin Dies Martis, "Day of Mars" (the Roman war god); compare: French Mardi, Spanish Martes, Romanian MarÅ£i and Italian MartedÃ¬.
The name comes from the Middle English Wednes dei, which is from Old English language WÄ“dnes dÃ¦g, meaning the day of the English god Woden (Wodan) who was a god of the Anglo-Saxons in England until about the 7th century. WÄ“dnes dÃ¦g is like the Old Norse OÃ°insdagr ("Odin's day"), which is an early translation of the Latin dies Mercurii ("Mercury's day"), and reflects the widespread association of Woden with Mercury going back to Tacitus.
O.E. ÃžurresdÃ¦g, perhaps a contraction (influenced by O.N. Ãžorsdagr) of ÃžunresdÃ¦g, lit. "Thor's day," from Ãžunre, gen. of Ãžunor "Thor" (see Thor); from P.Gmc. *thonaras daga- (cf. O.Fris. thunresdei, M.Du. donresdach, Du. donderdag, O.H.G. Donares tag, Ger. Donnerstag "Thursday"), a loan-translation of L. Jovis dies "day of Jupiter," identified with the Gmc. Thor (cf. It. giovedi, O.Fr. juesdi, Fr. jeudi, Sp. jueves), itself a loan-translation of Gk. dios hemera "the day of Zeus."
The name Friday comes from the Old English frigedÃ¦g, meaning the day of Frige the Anglo-Saxon form of Frigg, a West Germanic translation of Latin dies Veneris, "day (of the planet) Venus." However, in most Germanic languages the day is named after Freyjaâ€”such as FrÄ«atag in Old High German, Freitag in Modern German, Freyjudagr in Old Norse, Vrijdag in Dutch, Fredag in Swedish, Norwegian, and Danishâ€”but Freyja and Frigg are frequently identified with each other.
The English noun Sunday derived sometime before 1250 from sunedai, which itself developed from Old English (before 700) SunnandÃ¦g (literally meaning "day of the sun"), which is cognate to other Germanic languages, including Old Frisian sunnandei, Old Saxon sunnundag, Middle Dutch sonnendach (modern Dutch zondag), Old High German sunnun tag (modern German Sonntag), and Old Norse sunnudagr (Danish and Norwegian sÃ¸ndag, and Swedish sÃ¶ndag). The Germanic term is a Germanic interpretation of Latin dies solis ("day of the sun"), which is a translation of the Greek hemÃ©ra helÃou.
It was named no later than the second century for the planet (Saturn), which controlled the first hour of that day according to Vettius Valens. The planet was named for the Roman god of agriculture Saturn. It has been called dies Saturni ("Saturn's Day"), through which from it entered into Old English as SÃ¦ternesdÃ¦g and gradually evolved into the word "Saturday".
A whole offering (Hebrew: olah), also referred to as a burnt offering, is a type of Biblical sacrifice, specifically an animal sacrifice in which the entire sacrifice is completely burnt, consumed totally by fire.
A holocaust is a religious animal sacrifice that is completely consumed by fire. The word derives from the HellÃ¨nic holocauston (á½Î»ÏŒÎºÎ±Ï…ÏƒÏ„Î¿Î½ = á½Î»Î¿Î½ [wholely] + ÎºÎ±Ï…ÏƒÏ„Î¿Î½ burnt).
Bill Cooper was a radio-show broadcaster and author of various UFO and secret government material. He graduated from Yamato High School in 1961 and was involved with US Air Force and US Navy operations from 1965 - 1974. During this time Bill Cooper learned about and saw many tightly held secrets around subjects such as UFOs, ETs and secret government groups.
Post Navy Life
Christianity is a monotheistic religion that began shortly after the death of Jesus Christ in approximately AD 33. The followers of Christianity are known as Christians and believe that through Jesus Christ they receive eternal life.
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