Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The First Christians Pronounced Ἰησοῦς the Way Modern Greeks Do (= Eesous)

This is a surprisingly significant inquiry because there is just so much bad information about the pronunciation of Ἰησοῦς.  It also allows, most significantly, for our identification of the Christian god 'Jesus' to be a disguise for the Enochian 'man' god or - in short - ΙΣ = אִישׁ. As I have said here many times before, the Marcionite Isu as referenced in the writings of Ephrem would go back to the Hebrew title 'His Man' (= God's person) a figure commonly found in the Hebrew prayers of the Samaritan Middle Period.

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