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    """ This article discusses the term God in the context of monotheism and derived henotheistic forms. See deity or goddesses for details on polytheistic usages. See Names of God for terms used in other languages or specific faiths. See God (disambiguation) for non-religious meanings.

    God is the term used to denote the deity who is believed in monotheistic religions to be the creator and ruler of the universe. Conceptions of God vary widely, despite the common use of the same term for them all.

    Theologians and philosophers have studied countless conceptions of God since the dawn of civilization. The question of the existence of God classically falls under the branch of philosophy known as metaphysics, but is also one of the key discussions taking place within the field of the philosophy of religion. .

    This article discusses the term God in the context of monotheism and derived henotheistic forms. See deity or goddesses for details on polytheistic usages. See Names of God for terms used in other languages or specific faiths. See God (disambiguation) for non-religious meanings.
    God is the term used to denote the deity who is believed in monotheistic religions to be the creator and ruler of the universe. Conceptions of God vary widely, despite the common use of the same term for them all.

    Theologians and philosophers have studied countless conceptions of God since the dawn of civilization. The question of the existence of God classically falls under the branch of philosophy known as metaphysics, but is also one of the key discussions taking place within the field of the philosophy of religion.

    This article discusses the term God in the context of monotheism and derived henotheistic forms. See deity or goddesses for details on polytheistic usages. See Names of God for terms used in other languages or specific faiths. See God (disambiguation) for non-religious meanings.
    God is the term used to denote the deity who is believed in monotheistic religions to be the creator and ruler of the universe. Conceptions of God vary widely, despite the common use of the same term for them all.

    Theologians and philosophers have studied countless conceptions of God since the dawn of civilization. The question of the existence of God classically falls under the branch of philosophy known as metaphysics, but is also one of the key discussions taking place within the field of the philosophy of religion.

    Etymology of the word " GOD ".

    The word God continues Old English/Germanic god (gud ), gudis in Gothic, gud in modern Scandinavian and " Gott " in modern German), from Proto-Germanic gudan. The original meaning and etymology of the Germanic word god has been hotly disputed, though most agree to a reconstructed Proto-Indo-European form khut, which is the neuter passive perfect participle of the root *khu-, which likely meant "libation", "sacrifice". Compare:-

    Vedic Sanskrit hu- = "to sacrifice".
    Greek khu-, kheu- = "to pour".
    Common Germanic strong verb *geutan (Anglo-Saxon geotan) = "to pour", English in-got.
    The connection between these meanings is likely via the meaning "pour a libation". Another possible meaning of *khutm is "invocation", related to Sanskrit huta.

    The same root appears in the names of three related Germanic tribes, the Geats, the Goths and the Gutar. These names may be derived from an eponymous chieftain Gaut who was subsequently deified, who sometimes appears in early Medieval sagas as a name of Odin or one of his descendants, a former king of the Geats (Gaut(i)), an ancestor of the Gutar (Guti), of the Goths (Gothus) and of the royal line of Wessex (Geats) and as a previous hero of the Goths (Gapt). The Lombardic form of Odin, Godan, may derive from cognate Proto-Germanic gudanaz.

    The word God was used to represent Greek Theos, Latin Deus in Bible translations, first in the Gothic translation of the New Testament by Ulfilas. For the etymology of deus, see *dyeus. Greek theos is possibly unrelated, and of uncertain origin. De Saussure tentatively connected Baltic and Germanic words for "spook", ultimately cognate with Latin fumus "smoke".

    Etymology of the Word God - Catholic Encyclopedia article. ""

    Notice the connection of this word " GOD " to the words " DEITY " and " DYEUS " which are idols.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GOD

    Now the word " dyeus ".

    """

    *Dyeus is the reconstructed chief god of the Proto-Indo-European pantheon. He was the god of the daylit sky, and his position may have mirrored the position of patriarch or king in society.

    Later gods who are etymologically connected with Dyeus include

    Greek Zeus,
    Roman Jupiter (from Deus Pater),
    Vedic Dyaus Pita,
    Germanic Tiwaz (later known as Tyr),
    Baltic Dievas,
    Slavic Div,
    Gaulish Dis Pater,
    and probably Phrygian Sabazios (from Saba Zeus).
    Also etymologically connected is the Latin word for god, deus, the word for the Christian God used by the Roman Catholic Church. The latin word is also continued in English divine, deity, and the original Germanic word remains visible in Tuesday (originally "Day of Tiwaz").

    Dyeus was addressed as Dyeu Phter, literally "Sky Father" or "shining father", as reflected in Latin Jupiter, Greek Zeu pater, Sanskrit Dyau Pita. In his aspect as a Father God, his consort was Pltvi Mhter, "Earth Mother".

    As the pantheons of the individual Indo-European mythologies evolved, attributes of Dyeus were sometimes redistributed to other, newer gods. In Greek and Roman mythology, Dyeus remained the chief god, while in Vedic and Germanic mythology, the etymological continuants of Dyeus became pale, rather featureless gods, and his original attributes, and his dominance over other gods, were transferred to gods whose names cannot be reconstructed for Proto-Indo-European times, such as Odin, Thor or Indra.

    See also: Proto-Indo-European religion."" Unquote

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyeus

    Notice the connection of this word "GOD " with " JUPITER ", " ZEUS "( See Acts 14:12-14), and it was adopted by the Roman Catholic church.

  • #2
    Now the word " DEITY ".

    """ A deity or a god, is a postulated preternatural being, usually, but not always, of significant power, worshipped, thought holy, divine, or sacred, held in high regard, or respected by human beings. They assume a variety of forms, but are frequently depicted as having human or animal form. Sometimes it is considered blasphemous to imagine the deity as having any concrete form. They are usually immortal. They are commonly assumed to have personalities and to possess consciousness, intellects, desires, and emotions much like humans. Such natural phenomena as lightning, floods, storms, other "acts of God," and miracles are attributed to them, and they may be thought to be the authorities or controllers of every aspect of human life (such as birth or the afterlife). Some deities are asserted to be the directors of time and fate itself, to be the givers of human law and morality, to be the ultimate judges of human worth and behavior, and to be the designers and creators of the Earth or the universe. Some of these "gods" have no power at all they are simply worshipped.

    Etymology of the word " DEITY ".

    """ The English word " deity " is from the Latin deus, meaning ' god '. Similar is the Sanskrit deva, a god or celestial being. Related are words for the sky: Latin dies, day, divum, the open sky, Sanskrit div, diu, sky, day, shine. Also related are divine or divinity from Latin divinus from divus. See also Dyeus. The English word god is from the Anglo-Saxon, and similar words are found in many Germanic languages (see God for etymology).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deity

    Now the word "" DEMON "".

    """ In religion, folklore, and mythology a demon or demoness is a supernatural being that has generally been described as a malevolent spirit, or daemon and djinn. A demon is frequently depicted as a force that may be conjured and insecurely controlled. The "good" demon in recent use is largely a literary device (eg: Maxwell's demon). In common language, "demonizing" one's opponent is an aspersion.

    As the Iranian Avestan and Vedic traditions and also other branches of Indo-European mythologies show, the notion of demon has existed for many centuries.

    The Greek conception of a daemon appears in the works of Plato and many other ancient authors, but without the evil connotations which are apparent in the Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Bible and in the Greek originals of the New Testament. The medieval and neo-medieval conception of a "demon" in Western civilization (see the Medieval grimoire called the Ars Goetia) derives seamlessly from the ambient popular culture of Late (Roman) Antiquity: Greco-Roman concepts of daemons that passed into Christian culture are discussed in the entry daemon.The Hellenistic "Demon" eventually came to include many Semitic and Near Eastern gods as evaluated by Christianity.

    In some present-day cultures, demons are still feared in popular superstition, largely due to their alleged power to possess humans, and they are an important concept in many modern religions and occultist traditions.

    In the contemporary Western occultist tradition (perhaps epitomized by the work of Aleister Crowley) a demon, such as Choronzon, the "Demon of the Abyss", is a useful metaphor for certain inner psychological processes, though some may also regard it as an objectively real phenomenon.

    Etymology of this word " DEMON ".

    """The idea of demons is as old as religion itself, and the word "demon" seems to have ancient origins. The Merriam-Webster dictionary gives the etymology of the word as Greek daimon, probably from the verb daiesthai meaning "to divide, distribute." The Proto-Indo-European root "deiwos for god ", originally an adjective meaning "celestial" or " bright, shining " has retained this meaning in many related Indo-European languages and cultures (Sanskrit deva, Latin deus, German Tiw), but also provided another other common word for demon in Avestan daeva.

    In modern greek, the word is the greek word for demon. But, in ancient greek, the word means somebody very clever.."""

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demon

    Notice this word " DEMON " connects to the words "" DEVA " and " TIW ".

    Now notice the word " TIW "= TYR " and means " GOD "and " DEMON ", and are interchangable.

    """ Tyr (Old Norse: is the god of warfare and battle in Norse mythology, portrayed as a one-handed man. He was a son of either Odin or Hymir. Corresponding names in other Germanic languages include Tyz (Gothic), Ty (Old Norwegian), Ti (Old Swedish), Tiw, Tiu or Tew (Old English) Tyr (Modern Icelandic), and Ziu (Old High German).

    Oigins

    NOTICE HERE """" The name " Tyr meant "god" (cf. Hangatyr, the "god of the hanged" as one of Odin's names) and goes back to a Proto-Germanic Tiwaz, continuing Proto-Indo-European Dyeus, originally the chief god, the precursor also of e. g. Zeus in Greek mythology, and Dyaus Pitar in Vedic religion. The oldest attestation of the god is Gothic Tyz (Vienna cod. 140 [1])

    " Tiwaz " was overtaken in popularity and in authority by Odin at some point in both the North Germanic and West Germanic traditions. Among East Germanic tribes, however, he seems to have remained the supreme god: the Goths of the 3rd century were feared because they sacrificed the captives they took in battle to Tyz, their god of war, and then hung the arms of the victims in trees as a token-offering. This custom of human sacrifice seems to have been transferred to Odin in Scandinavia, as reported by Adam of Bremen in the 11th century (compare also Odin himself hanging from a tree as a sacrifice to himself in the Havamal).

    It is possible that the transfer of supremacy from Tyr to Odin was facilitated by the Germanic custom of diarchy (see Germanic king and c.f. e.g. Hengest and Horsa, Yngvi and Alf and Erik and Alrik), so that the two gods might have ruled the early Germanic pantheon as equals at some point. A trace of their relationship may be seen in the appearance of Tyr as Odin's son in Norse mythology, and also in Anglo-Saxon, if Tiw is identified with Saxnot (Seaxneat), the 'war-god' and son of Woden, who was revered as the ancestor of the Saxons. In an earlier version, Tyr may have been the son of Hymir, as he is in Hymiskvia (cf. Zeus being a son of Chronos).

    There is sketchy evidence of a consort, in German named Zisa: Tacitus mentions one Germanic tribe who worshipped "Isis", and Jacob Grimm pointed to Cisa/Zisa, the patroness of Augsburg, in this connection. The name Zisa would be derived from Ziu etymologically, in agreement with other consorts to the chief god in Indo-European pantheons, e. g. Zeus and Dione."""

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiw

    Etymology of this word " DEMON ".

    """The idea of demons is as old as religion itself, and the word "demon" seems to have ancient origins. The Merriam-Webster dictionary gives the etymology of the word as Greek daimon, probably from the verb daiesthai meaning "to divide, distribute." The Proto-Indo-European root "deiwos for god ", originally an adjective meaning "celestial" or " bright, shining " has retained this meaning in many related Indo-European languages and cultures (Sanskrit deva, Latin deus, German Tiw), but also provided another other common word for demon in Avestan daeva.

    In modern greek, the word is the greek word for demon. But, in ancient greek, the word means somebody very clever.."""

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demon

    Notice this word " DEMON " connects to the words "" DEVA " and " TIW ".

    Now notice the word " TIW "= TYR " and means " GOD "and " DEMON ", and are interchangable.

    """ Tyr (Old Norse: is the god of warfare and battle in Norse mythology, portrayed as a one-handed man. He was a son of either Odin or Hymir. Corresponding names in other Germanic languages include Tyz (Gothic), Ty (Old Norwegian), Ti (Old Swedish), Tiw, Tiu or Tew (Old English) Tyr (Modern Icelandic), and Ziu (Old High German).

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    • #3
      Continued from above

      Oigins

      NOTICE HERE """" The name " Tyr meant "god" (cf. Hangatyr, the "god of the hanged" as one of Odin's names) and goes back to a Proto-Germanic Tiwaz, continuing Proto-Indo-European Dyeus, originally the chief god, the precursor also of e. g. Zeus in Greek mythology, and Dyaus Pitar in Vedic religion. The oldest attestation of the god is Gothic Tyz (Vienna cod. 140 [1])

      " Tiwaz " was overtaken in popularity and in authority by Odin at some point in both the North Germanic and West Germanic traditions. Among East Germanic tribes, however, he seems to have remained the supreme god: the Goths of the 3rd century were feared because they sacrificed the captives they took in battle to Tyz, their god of war, and then hung the arms of the victims in trees as a token-offering. This custom of human sacrifice seems to have been transferred to Odin in Scandinavia, as reported by Adam of Bremen in the 11th century (compare also Odin himself hanging from a tree as a sacrifice to himself in the Havamal).

      It is possible that the transfer of supremacy from Tyr to Odin was facilitated by the Germanic custom of diarchy (see Germanic king and c.f. e.g. Hengest and Horsa, Yngvi and Alf and Erik and Alrik), so that the two gods might have ruled the early Germanic pantheon as equals at some point. A trace of their relationship may be seen in the appearance of Tyr as Odin's son in Norse mythology, and also in Anglo-Saxon, if Tiw is identified with Saxnot (Seaxneat), the 'war-god' and son of Woden, who was revered as the ancestor of the Saxons. In an earlier version, Tyr may have been the son of Hymir, as he is in Hymiskvia (cf. Zeus being a son of Chronos).

      There is sketchy evidence of a consort, in German named Zisa: Tacitus mentions one Germanic tribe who worshipped "Isis", and Jacob Grimm pointed to Cisa/Zisa, the patroness of Augsburg, in this connection. The name Zisa would be derived from Ziu etymologically, in agreement with other consorts to the chief god in Indo-European pantheons, e. g. Zeus and Dione."""

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiw

      Now the word " ZEUS ".

      """Zeus or Dzeus (Greek or Dias (Greek ) meaning ("divine king") is the leader of the gods and god of the sky and thunder in Greek mythology.

      Zeus is the continuation of Dyeus, the supreme god in Indo-European religion, also continued as Vedic Dyaus Pitar (cf. Jupiter), and as Tyr (Ziu, Tiw, Tiwaz) in Germanic and Norse mythology. Tyr was however supplanted by Odin as the supreme god among the Germanic tribes and they did not identify Zeus/Jupiter with either Tyr or Odin, but with Thor. Zeus is the only deity in the Olympic pantheon whose names has such a transparent Indo-European etymology, the "Sky Father" (Burkert 1985, p 321). ""

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeus

      Now the word " JUPITER ".

      """ Jupiter (god)

      In Roman mythology, Jupiter held the same role as Zeus in the Greek pantheon. He was called Jupiter Optimus Maximus (Jupiter Highest, Greatest) as the patron deity of the Roman state, in charge of laws and social order. Jupiter is, properly speaking, a derivation of Jove and pater (Latin for father)

      This article focuses on Jupiter in early Rome and in cultic practice. For information on mythological accounts of Jupiter, which are heavily influenced by Greek mythology, see Zeus.

      The name of the god was also adopted as the name of the planet Jupiter, and was the original namesake of the weekday that would come to be known in English as Thursday (the etymological root can be seen in French jeudi, from Jovis Dies). Linguistic studies identify him as deriving from the same god as the Germanic *Tiwaz (and Zeus), whose name was given to Tuesday. Another etymological reference is Dyaus Pita of the Vedic religion."""

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jupiter_%28god%29

      Notice how all these are related of the " WORDS " are related together and mean " DEMON ".

      I quote AGAIN the article...

      """ Dyaus is the reconstructed chief god of the Proto-Indo-European pantheon. He was the god of the daylit sky, and his position may have mirrored the position of patriarch or king in society.

      Later gods who are etymologically connected with Dyeus include

      Greek Zeus,
      Roman Jupiter (from Deus Pater),
      Vedic Dyaus Pita,
      Germanic Tiwaz (later known as Tyr),
      Baltic Dievas,
      Slavic Div,
      Gaulish Dis Pater,
      and probably Phrygian Sabazios (from Saba Zeus).
      Also etymologically connected is the Latin word for god, deus, the word for the Christian God used by the Roman Catholic Church. The latin word is also continued in English divine, deity, and the original Germanic word remains visible in Tuesday (originally "Day of Tiwaz").

      " Dyeus " was addressed as " Dyeu Phter " , literally "Sky Father" or "shining father", as reflected in Latin Jupiter, Greek Zeu pater, Sanskrit Dyau Pita. In his aspect as a Father God, his consort was Pltvi Mhter, "Earth Mother".

      As the pantheons of the individual Indo-European mythologies evolved, attributes of Dyeus were sometimes redistributed to other, newer gods. In Greek and Roman mythology, Dyeus remained the chief god, while in Vedic and Germanic mythology, the etymological continuants of Dyeus became pale, rather featureless gods, and his original attributes, and his dominance over other gods, were transferred to gods whose names cannot be reconstructed for Proto-Indo-European times, such as Odin, Thor or Indra. """

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyeus

      Now the word " DEMON " again connects to ALL of thee above and is the same title as " GOD " which is a title for " demons ", which therefore is a title name for " satan the devil dragon " that has deceived the whole world into worshipping him and the beast kingdoms in the latter days ( See - Rev. 9:20-21; Rev.13:3-4; Rev.13:8 ), and therefore the whole world calls on the title of " GOD " which is a title name for " satan the devil and his demons ", that is branded in the MINDS OR FOREHEADS ( Rev.13:15-17), and is one of the idol " title names " of BLASPHEMY on the mother and her harlots ( Rev.17:5).

      For the Pronounciation of this same sound of ( Isa.65:11)= GAD=GOD=GAWD, 1408 , a variation of 1409, an idol Babylonian deity( god) of fortune, please Scroll down and CLICK ON THE LITTLE SPEAKER beside "" gad "" and listen to the same sound and pronounciation of this idol that people are really calling on for false salvation today. Phonetic Spelling Parts of Speech
      gad
      f Definition
      Gad = "god of fortune"
      a Babylonian deity

      for yourself at....

      http://bible.crosswalk.com/Lexicons/...08&version=kjv

      To read more about this visit...http://www.freewebs.com/elyah/etymologygoddemons.htm

      We also have started a new scriptural Discusion Forum discussing topics such as why we should not call Abba Yahweh and Yah'shua by the idol titles of ' lord and 'god ', and hope to see people there, if you want answers to questions such as these.

      YOU DO NOT USE THE REGISTERY CODES, OR TO REGISTER.

      Just pick a user name and number, Example " Joe 1 " or whatever name and number you prefer, however, you must always stay with and use this name and number to post topics.

      It is called " Yahweh and Yah'shua Discussion Forum " at..

      http://spiritual.servertalk.in/index...orum=spiritual

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      • #4
        4/5/2000

        A Name is Important
        DT 5:11 "You shall not misuse MY NAME, ELOHIM, your GOD, for ELOHIM will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses HIS NAME.

        I used to live next door to wizards/witches and on Frinights they would have their parties. We lived in large apartments and I would climb out onto the second floor roof and watch through their window. I was real young (I was in 3rd grade) and was able to.

        During their celebrations they would shout "lord spirit, come to us!" They would call this spirit their god. Saying things like," you are our god." Other things I remember they said are:
        "you, our god, will free us from this world."
        "he is our god"
        "he is our master and savior"

        Later on in my life, I traveled and was very interested in evil worship because of the things I saw them doing. While growing up, I was after the sexual gratification of these meetings. I didn't care what they worshipped or what they were doing, I just wanted sex.

        During these times I heard names mentioned and saw figures appear under cloaks and sheets. I never inspected them because I believed it to be real. I had grown up watching it.

        I preferr not to use the names, now, but the titles they used are important to this post.
        They used god,
        spirit,
        lord,
        "the christ",
        "the one I worship",
        the creator,
        "the one who commands all",
        "the one who's word is law".
        They would use "lucifer" when they wanted him there personally. They told me that "satan" and "devil" were only titles. There were other names, but, at this time, these are sufficient.
        They even called on a spirit named (phonetic) "hesus".
        It sounds like JESUS in Latin.

        It would frighten me when I heard these names in "churches". I would wonder if we were worshipping the same or someone/something different. I would ask myself, "Who is GOD?"
        Who was doing it correctly, the "lucifer" worshippers or (at that time this is what I called ELOHIM) the GOD worshippers in the "churches". The "lucifer" worshippers worshipped sin and that is what they did---out and out sin. What did "christians" worship.

        I believe,
        Calling ELOHIM, only, by the name "GOD" is like me calling you, only, by the name "human".
        ELOHIM is GOD. That is not HIS NAME.
        ELOHIM is LORD. That is not HIS NAME.
        ELOHIM is SAVIOR. That is not HIS NAME.

        I believe this is a prophecy of the lost ten, US.

        Amos 6:9 If ten men are left in ONE HOUSE, they too will die, 10 if a relative, who is to burn the bodies comes in to carry them out of the HOUSE, and asks anyone still hiding there, "Is anyone with you?" And if ONE of the ten says, "No," and says, "Hush! We must not mention the name of ELOHIM"
        11 ELOHIM will give the command,
        and HE will smash the GREAT HOUSE into pieces
        and the SMALL HOUSE into bits.

        Look for HIS NAME. Know HIM personally.

        If you think calling HIM "GOD" is sufficient, make your friends call you "human" and you call all your friends "human" and see if they can tell who you are talking to.

        It is your choice to choose whether this is important or not.
        But, believe me, the next time you cry out "I love you, lord" with no name mentioned----lucifer will accept it and take it. I know.

        BLESS US, ELOHIM, our GOD.
        Make US YOUR ONE!!!

        WE are ONE!!!
        =-=-=-=-=-=-=

        2/28/2006

        ELOHIM GAVE me HIS NAME, YHSHWH.
        After I asked HIM.
        This is HIS NAME for me to CALL HIM.
        HE HAS NEVER TOLD me to tell others of HIS NAME.
        I AM to USE HIS NAME when I REFER to HIM, my GOD YHSHWH.

        LOVE, RICOEL
        The BODY of MESSIAH Ministry

        I did not CREATE YOU for a certain time.
        I CREATED YOU for ETERNITY.
        I CREATED YOU for ME.
        That is why I SAVED YOU.
        For ME.

        YOUR HUSBAND,
        YHSHWH

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