The Name Jesus
Constantine Created the Name "Jesus"
Constantine created the “universal” or “Catholic” religion to stop religious factions from waring against each other. In doing this he made an amalgamation name from the names from all the religious factions. That amalgamation name was “Jesus Christ.”
The Making of “The Name” at Nicaea
The name Jesus is not a Hebrew name. The name “Jesus Christ” or “Christ Jesus” was a name created at the Council of Nicaea. The name united two of the major religious factions at that time. It was an amalgamation of names.
The name “Jesus” was derived from the name Hesus of the Druids, Joshua of the Israelites, Horus / Iusa of the of the Egyptians, IES / Iesios of the Dionysians / Samothracians, Zeus of the Greeks……
…..and the word “Christ” derived from Krishna/Christos of India, the Anointed Jews (Christ means anointed), and KRST of Egypt.
***No "Jesus" Name on Original Manuscripts***
The name “Jesus Christ” did not appear in any Greek or Latin writings before the Council of Nicaea. They called it a "sacred abbreviation" ... It was two letters of the Greek alphabet .... similarly looking like an "I E" in English.
Later manuscripts had different sacred abbreviations.
|English Meaning?||Greek Word?||Nominative (Subject)||Genitive (Possessive)|
The name Yi-Zeus
Constantine worshiped the Sun. “Yio-Zeus” in Greek means “Dawn of Zeus.” Zeus was the king of the gods. Is this name a close resemblance to the sound of the name “Jesus”? [People don’t like pronouncing double vowels and drop the second vowel]. Coincidence?
Zeus is the Greek form of sanskrit Dyhaus pitar, “Father Heaven.” The name is linked with Babylonian myths of Zu the storm bird, a thrower of thunderbolts. The Romans called him Jupiter or Jove; The European Christians substituted the word Jesus for Zeus.
The name ie-Zeus
It is written that the word ie was a common shout by the people meaning “hail.” This word would be followed by the emperor’s name, as in ie-Cesar. In this case it would be “Hail Zeus.” This is a natural sound of human expression the dictionary defines as; Used as an exclamation of pleasure, approval, elation, or victory; the word “Yay.”
Jesus was a Common Greek Name.
The name Jesus appears to have been fairly common at the time of Christ’s life. (Josephus, “Ant.”, XV, ix, 2; XVII, xiii, 1; XX, ix, 1; “Bel. Jud.”, III, ix, 7; IV, iii, 9; VI, v, 5; “Vit.”, 22)
Was the name Jesus was imposed by God’s express order???
Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, Philippians 2:9
And behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb and bring forth a Son, and shalt call His name Jesus. Luke 1:31
And she shall bring forth a Son, and thou shalt call His name Jesus, for He shall save His people from their sins.” Matthew 1:21
Hesus, of the Keltic Druids 834 BCE
Hesus is the God of the Druids having been crucified with a lamb on one side and an elephant on the other side. A representation of this can be seen on the fire-tower of Brechin. The symbolism of the Elephant is that it is the largest animal in the world and represents all the sins of the world. The symbolism of the lamb is one of innocence and represents the victim. Christian use this same symbolism by saying “the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” This infers that Jesus was the victim and takes away the sins of the world. This legend is found among the Canutes of Gaul.
IES / Iesios of the Dionysians/Samothracians
In Greek the name stated to be the translation of Jesus is spelled iesous. Adding up the gematria assigned to each Greek letter of the name the total comes to 888.
I E S O U S
10 + 8 + 200 + 70 + 400 + 200 = 888
Each of the 24 letters of the Greek alphabet when all are added up, the total of their assigned gematria number equivalent totals 888. 888 is considered a luck number.
In Pythagoreans teachings 888 is the string ratio of a whole tone (666 is the string ratio of a perfect fifth). Pythagoras worked out the frequency ratios (or string length ratios with equal tension) and found that they had a particular mathematical relationship.
The octave was found to be a 1:2 ratio and what we today call a fifth to be a 2:3 ratio. Pythagoras concluded that all the notes could be produced by these two ratios as (3/2)*(3/2)*(1/2) gave 9/8 which is a second and so on.
Numerology was very popular during the timeframe assigned to the life of Jesus Christ.
Horus AKA Iusa of the Egyptians
Iusa was represented as both the ass and the ox, or the short horned bullock in the cult of Atum-Ra. The ox and the ass along with worshipers of an infant child found in the catacombs of Rome are representative of Iusa and not Jesus.
The story of Jesus riding on two asses in one version, and on an ass and the foal of an ass in another version, was in the triumphal procession to Jerusalem. This is another example of Jesus doing the same thing Iusa did. Iusa was the Egyptian Jesus story of the Kamite mythos 2500 B.C. The youthful son-god rode upon an ass as Isua or as “Horus with the royal countenance.”
Krishna AKA Christos of India
Krishna disciples also gave him the title of “Jezeus” or “Jeseus” which means pure essence. Krsna in Sanskrit. This god’s worship can be traced back to the 400 B.C.E.
In present day, Krishna is one of the most widely revered and most popular of all Indian divinities.
KRST of Egypt
Horus is read as KRST.
Walk on water? KRST (Horus) did it! Jesus restored sight to the blind? Horus did that a few thousand years before. Crucified in a very dramatic trial next to two thieves? Yes KRST (Horus) did that also.
Christians Say Yashua
Today a large number of Christians admit that the name Jesus is “mis-translation” and the real name is Yashua. Yashua sounds like a different name. There is no “eee” sound in the name that so dominates the word Jesus. The “ah” sound found twice in the name Yashua is non-existent in the name Jesus. The “oo” sound in Yashua is not found in the name Jesus. The “uh” sound in Jesus is not found in the name Yashua.
Based on Psalm 72:17 many Jewish sages believe that the actual name of the Messiah will be Ianun.