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  • LucySmith
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    The answer was a surprise.

    So how did it find its way into a Hebrew manuscript, written before there was a Roman language?

    To find the answer, I consulted a scholar at the library of the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati.
    What Hebrew name, I asked, was Satan given in this chapter of Isaiah, which describes the angel who fell to become the ruler of hell?

    The answer was a surprise.

    In the original Hebrew text, the fourteenth chapter of Isaiah is not about a fallen angel, but about a fallen Babylonian king, who during his lifetime had persecuted the children of Israel.
    It contains no mention of Satan, either by name or reference.

    The Hebrew scholar could only speculate that some early Christian scribes, writing in the Latin tongue used by the Church, had decided for themselves that they wanted the story to be about a fallen angel, a creature not even mentioned in the original Hebrew text, and to whom they gave the name "Lucifer."

    Why Lucifer?

    In Roman astronomy, Lucifer was the name given to the morning star (the star we now know by another Roman name, Venus).
    The morning star appears in the heavens just before dawn, heralding the rising sun.
    The name derives from the Latin term lucem ferre, bringer, or bearer, of light."

    In the Hebrew text the expression used to describe the Babylonian king before his death is Helal, son of Shahar, which can best be translated as "Day star, son of the Dawn."
    The name evokes the golden glitter of a proud king's dress and court (much as his personal splendor earned for King Louis XIV of France the appellation, "The Sun King").

    The scholars authorized by ... King James I to translate the Bible into current English did not use the original Hebrew texts, but used versions translated ... largely by St. Jerome in the fourth century.
    Jerome had mistranslated the Hebraic metaphor, "Day star, son of the Dawn," as "Lucifer," and over the centuries a metamorphosis took place.
    Lucifer the morning star became a disobedient angel, cast out of heaven to rule eternally in hell. Theologians, writers, and poets interwove the myth with the doctrine of the Fall, and in Christian tradition Lucifer is now the same as Satan, the Devil, and --- ironically --- the Prince of Darkness.
    So "Lucifer" is nothing more than an ancient Latin name for the morning star, the bringer of light.


    That can be confusing for Christians who identify Christ himself as the morning star, a term used as a central theme in many Christian sermons
    . Jesus refers to himself as the morning star in Revelation 22:16:


    And so there are those who do not read beyond the King James version of the Bible, who say 'Lucifer is Satan: so says the Word of God'...." [/I]

    hello = to the indoctrinated.
    so the ''word of god'' is ALL THE WORD OF GOD''
    NO zero kaput exit. NO
    nah~~~~the corrupt scribes do alter the whole tenant.
    so in reality there Is no such a ''person/enity/being'' as Lucifer associated with satan the devil

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  • Eliyah
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    U know who LUCIFER IS?
    Well, people may be beginning to see him, when they read your attacks.

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  • Eliyah
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    I guessed correctly.

    Jesus found guilty



    By Jon Rappoport

    another piece of newsy news to think on



    In the 1990s, I watched a federal trial in a Los Angeles courtroom. The defendant was charged with selling medical drugs without a license to practice medicine.

    The defendant was prepared to argue that
    a) the substance he was selling was naturally produced in the body and
    b) it was effective.

    The prosecution moved to exclude such testimony, on the grounds that it was irrelevant.

    The judge agreed.
    Therefore, the trial was nasty, brutish, and short.

    The defendant was found guilty and sentenced to prison for several years.

    This is how the federal bureaucracy operates.
    "Do you have a government-issued license to heal?
    No?
    You're a criminal."

    I believe that if Jesus of Nazareth were walking the Earth today, in the United States, he would be arrested on the same grounds.

    This would be particularly so if he were curing cancer.

    Imagine this extreme case: in a stadium packed with 50,000 people who have been diagnosed with cancer, Jesus of Nazareth waves his hand and cures all of them in a few seconds.

    Now he is threatening the profits of many companies, to say nothing of the power of the government, which backs the chemo-radiation-surgery monopoly to the hilt.

    So he is arrested.
    He is put on trial.
    He opts to defend himself without an attorney.
    He tells the court that curing cancer is no crime.

    The prosecuting attorney objects. "Your Honor," he says, "whether or not this man has cured cancer is beside the point.
    He has no license to practice medicine.
    That is why we are here today
    . We are simply establishing that
    a) he was practicing medicine and
    b) he has no government-issued license.

    That is the scope of this proceeding."

    The judge agrees.
    The verdict is issued.
    Guilty.
    Well, I guessed correctly again.

    I said: Let me guess, she has gone to get another one of her fornicating lovers to post on the forum.

    Sure enough she did.

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  • U know who LUCIFER IS? oh what is a LATIN name doing in a HEBREW bible? mysterious.

    http://www.illuminati-news.com/2007/0116b.htm

    The first problem is that Lucifer is a Latin name.
    So how did it find its way into a Hebrew manuscript, written before there was a Roman language?

    To find the answer, I consulted a scholar at the library of the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati.
    What Hebrew name, I asked, was Satan given in this chapter of Isaiah, which describes the angel who fell to become the ruler of hell?

    The answer was a surprise.

    In the original Hebrew text, the fourteenth chapter of Isaiah is not about a fallen angel, but about a fallen Babylonian king, who during his lifetime had persecuted the children of Israel.
    It contains no mention of Satan, either by name or reference.

    The Hebrew scholar could only speculate that some early Christian scribes, writing in the Latin tongue used by the Church, had decided for themselves that they wanted the story to be about a fallen angel, a creature not even mentioned in the original Hebrew text, and to whom they gave the name "Lucifer."

    Why Lucifer?

    In Roman astronomy, Lucifer was the name given to the morning star (the star we now know by another Roman name, Venus).
    The morning star appears in the heavens just before dawn, heralding the rising sun.
    The name derives from the Latin term lucem ferre, bringer, or bearer, of light."

    In the Hebrew text the expression used to describe the Babylonian king before his death is Helal, son of Shahar, which can best be translated as "Day star, son of the Dawn."
    The name evokes the golden glitter of a proud king's dress and court (much as his personal splendor earned for King Louis XIV of France the appellation, "The Sun King").

    The scholars authorized by ... King James I to translate the Bible into current English did not use the original Hebrew texts, but used versions translated ... largely by St. Jerome in the fourth century.
    Jerome had mistranslated the Hebraic metaphor, "Day star, son of the Dawn," as "Lucifer," and over the centuries a metamorphosis took place.
    Lucifer the morning star became a disobedient angel, cast out of heaven to rule eternally in hell. Theologians, writers, and poets interwove the myth with the doctrine of the Fall, and in Christian tradition Lucifer is now the same as Satan, the Devil, and --- ironically --- the Prince of Darkness.
    So "Lucifer" is nothing more than an ancient Latin name for the morning star, the bringer of light.


    That can be confusing for Christians who identify Christ himself as the morning star, a term used as a central theme in many Christian sermons
    . Jesus refers to himself as the morning star in Revelation 22:16:
    "I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches.
    I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star."
    And so there are those who do not read beyond the King James version of the Bible, who say 'Lucifer is Satan: so says the Word of God'...."


    hello = to the indoctrinated.
    so the ''word of god'' is ALL THE WORD OF GOD''
    NO zero kaput exit. NO
    nah~~~~the corrupt scribes do alter the whole tenant.
    so in reality there Is no such a ''person/enity/being'' as Lucifer associated with satan the devil~~~~~
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