DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the origin of the word "Church" is from Greek mythology?
In the Greek they have four levels of love one must progress through in the quest for adulthood and the main reason the majority of people CAN NOT leave church (although they see the blatant disobedience and corruption) is because they are stuck in Philos (love), which church!
"philos": a general type of love, used for love between family, between friends, a desire or enjoyment of an activity
from Philia (/ˈfɪliə/; Ancient Greek: φιλία), "friendship" or affection, the complete opposite is called a phobia.
Philia / Philos: often translated "brotherly love", is one of the four ancient Greek words for love: Philia, Storge, Agape and Eros.
Lifelong friends, cities with one another, political or business contacts, parents and children, fellow-voyagers and fellow-soldiers), members of the same religious society, or of the same tribe
The Greek word ekklesia is translated as CHURCH in English. Church or kirke comes from the Greek female deity CIRCE (a witch goddess) who specialized in turning men into SWINE with her magic wand. Here is the definition of the word "CHURCH" from the FINAL AUTHORITY on word meanings: the Oxford English Dictionary:
"CHURCH: FORMS: (a) cirice, cyrice, chiriche, churiche, chereche, (b) CIRCE, cyrce, chyrce, cirke, etc., etc.,
"The ulterior derivation has been keenly disputed. The L. circus, and a Gothic word kélikn 'tower, upper chamber' (app. originally Gaulish) have both been proposed (the latter suggested by the Alemannic chilihha), but are set aside as untenable; and there is now a general agreement among scholars in referring it to the Greek word, properly kurion adj. 'of the Lord, dominicum, dominical' (f. Kurios lord), which occurs, from the 3rd century at least, used substantively (sc. doma, or the like) = 'house of the Lord', as a name of the Christian house of worship. Of this the earliest cited instances are in the Apostolical Constitutions (II. 59), a 300, the edict of Maximinus (303-13), cited by Eusebius (Eccl. Hist. ix. 10) a 324, the Councils of Ancyra 314 (Canon 15), Neo-Caesarea 314-23 (Can. 5), and Laodicea (Can. 28). Thenceforward it appears to have been in fairly common use in the East: e.g., Constantine named several churches built by him Kuriaka(Eusebius De Laud. Const. xvii),"(Oxford English Dictionary).
Circe holds her magic wand and cup (like the whore of Babylon)
the word Church Origins
Notice how it said the Greek word Kyrios (Lord / BaAL) or Kyriakon (Lord's / BaAL's house) was used in houses of Christian worship since c300 AD. We know the ARaRiY (Hebrew) scriptures would eventually change / translate to the Greek, to German, to Latin then to English. With this FACT in mind, then what word were they using prior to Kyrios in ancient times?
So as read above, the Etymology (or origin of words) teaches us that the world CHURCH does NOT have a ABaRiY (Hebrew / Negro) origin. The Abary people would have NEVER used the word CHURCH and NEVER would have taken part in any the traditions of CHURCH. This is a Greek / German term that the English Christians (which are pagans) adopted and regularly took part in. NEVER do we read where YaHuWShuWA or the 12 had churches, let alone multiple stationary church buildings in different cities or region. The Synagogues however WERE inhabited by the Pharisees / Sadducee's, but was used for drawing big crowds, showing off their so called knowledge of scripture and making money (sound familiar) Ecclesiastes 1:9-10. Organized religion didn't come on the scene until the pagan Emperor Constantine decreed that Christianity be the ONLY religion in 325 AD. Sadly many are just following along with tradition and have NO IDEA what they are really doing. Pastors will NEVER tell their congregations this information hence keeping them in mental slavery and dependent on them. NOT once in the old testament to we see the word church, its only in the new testament do we see that word used. So this again shows that the ancient ABaRiY people would have NEVER used this pagan word CHURCH!
CIRCE (Kirkê), a mythical sorceress, a daughter of Helios by the Oceanid Perse, and a sister of Aeëtes. (Od. x. 135.) She lived in the island of Aeaea; and when Odysseus on his wanderings came to her island, Circe, after having changed several of his companions into pigs, became so much attached to the unfortunate hero, that he was induced to remain a whole year with her. At length, when he wished to leave her, she prevailed upon him to descend into the lower world to consult the seer Teiresias. After his return from thence, she explained to him the dangers which he would yet have to encounter, and then dismissed him. (Od. lib. x.--xii.; comp. Hygin. Fab. 125.) Her descent is differently described by the poets, for some call her a daughter of Hyperion and Aerope (Orph. Argon. 1215), and others a daughter of Aeëtes and Hecate. (Schol. ad Apollon. Rhod. iii. 200.) According to Hesiod (Theog. 1011) she became by Odysseus the mother of Agrius. The Latin poets too make great use of the story of Circe, the sorceress, who metamorphosed Scylla and Picus, king of the Ausonians. (Ov. Met. xiv. 9, &c.)
AEAEA (Aiaia). A surname of Circe, the sister of Aeëtes. (Hom. Od. ix. 32; Apollon. Rhod. iv. 559; Virg. Aen. iii. 386.) Her son Telegonus is likewise mentioned with this surname. (Acaeus, Propert. ii. 23. § 42.)
Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.
Circe, in Greek legend, is a sorceress, the daughter of Helios (the SUN god), and of the ocean nymph Perse. She was able by means of drugs (witch craft) and incantations to change humans into wolves, lions, and swine. The Greek hero Odysseus visited her island (Aeaea), with his companions, whom she changed into swine. But Odysseus, protected by the herb moly (a gift from Hermes), compelled her to restore them to their original shape. He stayed with her for one year before resuming his journey. The story is told by Homer in the Odyssey, Books X and XII. Greco-Roman tradition placed her island near Italy or located her on Mount Circeo.
“The Sorceress Circe,” oil painting by Dosso Dossi, c. 1530; in the Borghese Gallery, Rome
Ekklesia G1577 - an assembly of the people convened at the public place of the council for the purpose of deliberating, the assembly of the Israelites, a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place, an assembly
Phonetic Spelling: ek-klā-sē'-ä
edah H5712 ā·dä' - congregation, gathering
Phonetic Spelling: ā·dä'
qahal H6951- assembly, congregation
Phonetic Spelling: kä·häl'
The "Church" of Rome Unmasked
In the Greek language, the assemblies of Diana of the Ephesians were called ekklesias, which is translated into English as "churches."
27 "So that not only this our craft is in danger to be set at nought; but also that the temple of the great goddess Diana should be despised, and her magnificence should be destroyed, whom all Asia and the world worshippeth".
32 "Some therefore cried one thing, and some another for the ASSEMBLY (ekklesia) was confused; and the more part knew not why they were come together".
37 "For ye have brought hither these men, which are neither robbers of churches (ekklesias), nor yet blasphemers of your goddess."
39 "But if ye inquire any thing concerning other matters, it shall be determined in a lawful ASSEMBLY (ekklesia)".
The temple of Diana of the Ephesians in Turkey was one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, but nothing remains today except ruins. However, her ekklesias or churches have found their way into most translations of the Bible.
MaTaThiYaHuW 16:18 "Matthew"
18 "And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this ROCK I will build my church (ASSEMBLY); and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it."
rock - G4074 - Πέτρος -
Meaning: Peter = "a rock or a stone, petrify" one of the twelve disciples of YaHuWShuWA
1540s, from Middle French petreux, from Latin petrosus "stony," from petra "rock," from Greek petra "rock, cliff, ledge, shelf of rock, rocky ridge"
QaHaL - H6951 - קהל - (these Hebrew letters "קהל" to English is "LHQ" or "QaHaL")
Phonetic Spelling: kä·häl'
Meaning: "assembly, company, congregation, convocation,for evil counsel, war or invasion, religious purposes,company (of returning exiles), as organised body"
So what YaHuWShuWA was really saying to KaFa (Peter) was that upon this earth KaFa will qahal (assemble) His people unto Him (YaHuWShuWA).
Peter in Hebrew is KaFa, in Aramaic its Kefa
As we read here in the Etymology of the name Peter, "petrous" is a translation of Syriac. Syriac is a form of the Aramaic and Aramaic is the sister language to ABaRiY (Hebrew). Hebrew and Aramaic belong to the family of languages called 'Semitic'. Hebrew and Aramaic are closely related to each other and have many words in common. They share a good deal of grammar and syntax, but the big difference is the vowels and vowel sounds.
Unlearn, Deprogram and Re-think EVERYTHING you were taught!
Once the truth is given to a person, and if that person TRULY loves the creator, HE is expecting they make an immediate change, NOT take their sweet time getting there when they feel like it!
And the times of this ignorance YHWH winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent Acts 17:30
If you DON'T believe us regrading these facts, GOOD! Go do your own research and find out for yourself, but NOW you can't say you didn't know! 2 Kafa 2:21 "Peter"