Principalities & Powers Exposed Pt.1

Principalities & Powers Exposed Pt.1

Published on Feb 13, 2015

This video by Etymologists Eliyahu is a edited remix of a old video with old words He does not use any more but is still Tov to share with others that are coming out. Eliyahu exposes the words commenly used by most religious groups today-and how words of the Principalities have slipped into the English language in Greek-Latin-Germanic-forms over clean Greek words and some not so clean to get the believers to speak their language of the rulers of this age controlling the education systems around the world. we’re exposing the strong holds on our tongue and words that show the fruit of these rulers of darkness active in the places’s of religious groups of worship on all sides of the fence and as Followers of Yah we need to be the called out ones to have a clean lip and tongue as a example for others and to fight these Principalities with the clean Hebrew words to have more authority in our prayers.

          Principalities & Powers Exposed Pt.2

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi1Sk0kc2vE 

 

Published on Feb 16, 2015

Part 2 of a teaching done years ago is so up to date of what’s happening right now in the spirituality of society so we remixed it with Greek and Hebrew words for a powerful message to the Fallowers of Yah to walk in this end time Anointing and Power of the Ruach of Yahuah against the evil principalities operating in the religious systems of today, Come and join in to hear this message with a live audience in the Upper room at Eagles Haven Congregation with Elder and Etymologist Eliyahu.

 

 Additional INFORMATION:

Replacement Theology now made Void “Canceled” Restoring Continued Grafted into YHWH YHUH HOUSE of Yisrael.                  Romans 11:15-27;     Eph.2:11-14,19;    3:3-7;

  1. ALPHA & OMEGA Greek for Beginning & Ending. Replaced Hebrew-ALEPH & TAV meaning Beginning & Never  Ending  Covenant, He is our Covenant and has NO Ending.

  2. ANGELANGELS=Latin Origin / Replaced English- Set Apart Messenger–    Hebrew-MALACH– Plural- Messengers= MELACHIM.

  3. Apostle -Latin for grk#652.Apostolos-Replaced English=AMBASSADOR Envoy; Heb. SHELIACH;              Ambassador 2 Corinth.5:20, &   Eph.6:20,

  4. BLESS, BLESSED, BLESSING=Origin 100% Latin Catholic-“Bloedsian” a Pagan blood Ritual for luck. REPLACED, in Heb.#1288 Barak, Baruch- blessed is a bad curse word against us believers. bless- BRACHA or blessings  BRACHOT, blessing-=BRACHAT, Clean words=Prosperity, Prosperous favored, Prospering.

  5. Bible-BYBLOS  a City named after a Pagan deity; that made paper. Replaced-Hebrew  Sefer-Scrolls, Scriptures, Parchments, Manuscripts.  2 Tim. 4:13. Also Biblion=Bella Rules.

  6. Christ, CHRISTOS, CRISTOS, KRISTO, KRISTI-Latin/Greek. Grk#5547 Orthodox Catholics REPLACED-Original Anointed in 100 AD Grk#3323,Greek true word stayed in scriptures Messi’asJohn 1:41, 4:25, compare to Heb.#4899 & #4886 MASHIYACH or MASHIACH=English-Messiah, All the same.

  7. Christ Jesus; Latin, REPLACED English-Messiah or Anointed  Joshua  or in Hebrew  Mashiyach   Yahushua.

  8. Christian CRISTIANOS-Latin /Greek KHRISTIANOS, Created in the Greek  Orthodox Catechetical School of Alexandrian 190AD.Then Roman Emperor Constantine adopted it in 310-326 AD.REPLACED-“Anointed” But before 310 AD believers were Called- in Greek. Nazoraeans  in Heb.#5139 NAZIYR.

  9. Church  Roman Catholic Greek for KIRKE,CIRCE, Sirse a Pagan LUST  Temple  REPLACED a clean Greek#1577 word  EKKLESIA ; old Greek  Ekklesiyah which means  CONGREGATION- Called Out Ones!

  10. Charity-Latin Chariti’es; Grk.5463 Charis; Pagan g-ddess, REPLACED Hb.#4976 Mat’tath” a Reward, Free Gift, Gratuity, Bestowment.  Charity does Not mean LOVE everyone knows love in Greek is Gk#26 Agape and Gk#25 Agapao.

  11. Charisma / Charismatic /Charm/ Greek Pagan g-ddess has the ability to Charm, Captivate, spellbound one into believing anything, male or female  Counterfeit spirit  REPLACED The Anointed gift of Yahh on believer’s.   NOTE; The words Charisma & Charismatic are not in the Scriptures at all.

  12. COMANNDMENTS/ Replaced-‘Right Rule, Prescribed Instruction

  13. FATE is the g-ddess of destiny,daughter of Zeus one of three sisters called Moirai                                                                                                                                                                              Page 1 of 5                               

  14. 14. FAITH / Faithfull-Greek Pagan g-ddess Pisteuo Pistis-a female g-ddess with a Holli wood magic wand for persuasive false Religious trust on someone or  something  of the Greek deities FATA;  without    REPLACEING   2 Tim.2:15   Belief, Trust, Established Reliance, firmness-Heb.#530 EMUNAH.

  15. FEAR-Grk.#5391-PHOBEO/PHOBOS-deimon deity, OK to use in the term like; Perfect love cast off FEAR=Deimon” also; He has not given us a spirit of Fear”.  But never towards   Aloahiym as to Fear Him We Revere   YHWH not fear Him. They want us to “FEAR G-d” the Germen deity on their dollar bill.

  16. GRACE /GRACIOUS  Grk#5485 for The Olympics “The 3 Graces” a Pagan  Trinity g-ddess  still worshiped wide today, a  female deity that married HaZeus   Zeus; She REPLACED=FAVOR  unmerited benefit  Favor, a state of favorable disposition.   Hebrew#2580 CHEN=FAVOR.

  17. GENTILE /GENTILIS-a Latin word 1350-1400AD Originally Grk#1484 Ethnos “ETHNIC” a tribe, foreign one, RACE, Nation. Inhabitant of Hellas of Greek speaking, REPLACED-Heb.#1471 Qoy=Nation Stranger-Qoyim- Sojourner same word used always for Abraham Gen.18:18 a great Nation/ Great Qoy or Qoyim.

  18. 18. GOSPEL=GOTTSPELL German Teutonic word also Anglo Saxon Goddspell= their a male Pagan deity  Fortune,money.NOT Greek nor Latin REPLACED covered over  clean word in Greek#2097 EUANGELION a proclaimer of good news /good tidings, to declare.  GOODNEWS In Hebrew #1319 Basar=bring take proclaim good news also Hebrew #1309 BESORAH “Towb” Hebrew for good, News, Good news tidings.

  19. 19. GLORY-Grk. GLORIA-Latin, “THEORIA” Greek PAGAN deity g-ddess   REPLACED covered over Grk.#1391/1392 word Dox’ah-apparent dignity, honor  praise esteem magnify exult, full of honor In Hebrew There’s  13  different words 225X used REPLACED over Hb#3519 KABOD-KABAD=                  Properly Weighed, Splendor, Honor  to Magnify Magnificence-Beauty  excellency, triumph loud, there is so many clean words in Greek and Hebrew  that could be Translated into English, There is NO reason to cover over them with a PAGAN g-ddess word replacement??

  20. GOD-in O.T.1st. Covenant all Capitalized letters is “GAD a Deity of The Phoenician Canaanite origin. REPLACED Hb.#430-Elohiym; of Hb.#430 Eloahh; also Hb.#410 EL,el-Mighty deity or Mighty One in Paleo Hebrew the E sound is more of The A sound before the Babylon captivity; so it                            REPLACED ”ALOAHH” The Lil’ letters god is  “el” a pagan deity.

  21. 21. God or god in the N.T. New Covenant; Is a PAGAN word for a German Celtic Teutonic Deity Called “GOTT” or Anglo Saxon “GODD” They are NOT Hebrew, Latin or Greek words. Latin would be ”DEIOS”, Greek=THEIOS; Hebrew EL / el” Mighty One. Means also Judge, Ruler, Authority, officer, EL in Spanish is still today, Great One, mighty one.

  22. 22. GHOST=SPIRIT=Grk#4154 & Gk#4151 Pneuma- exhaled air of a dead human, daemon, fallen angel, NOTE; not the breath of our YHWH which is His Ruach Only His Breath of Him is only “Ruach”. Not Spiritus Latin.

  23. HalleluYAH, AlleluYah = YAHH be Praised / Praise be to Yahh= Hb#3050 is YAHH.

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  1. HEAVEN=middle English 900AD Norse Valhalla Walhalla the Place where the dead warrior’s go with Odin. Grk.#3772 Ouramos the elevation sky extension abode of Greek G-ds angel’s happiness.” Elysian Fields” a Greek place after death to be with their G-ds-Thor, Zus, Grace, Glory, Sophia, Victoria, Apalo, etc. in the clouds above us. REPLACED; Shamayim Hb.#8064 Hebrew understanding of where the dead resurrect. OR  the abode of our Father YHWH and His Son Yahushua siting at His right hand of Authority.  Shamayim part from Mayim “waters” past clouds to where Celestial bodies revolve.

  2. HEBREW is IYVREE / Hebrews-Iy’vreem / the Hebrew language-Iyvreem

  3. Holy Spirit– REPLACED- Ruach HaKodesh or Ruach HaQodesh or Kodesh Ruach.

  4. HOLY holy Holi Hail Hal In the year 1100 first appeared in Catholic Latin Vulgate Bibles as Hal; Anglo Saxson as Hail also the German & Dutch bibles. Then appeared in the Wycliffe bible in 1382 AD, Grk# 40 h’agios Gk#39 h’agion Gk.#37 h’agiazo and Helios or gk#2413 Hieros-All related to a Greek  PAGAN        g-ddess still worshiped today a female Epithet “agios agioi  agioi  REPLACED; 7 Hebrew clean words, Mainly Heb#6944 Kodesh,  Hb.#6918 Kadosh-Hb.#6942 Kadash, There ok with a Q or K  beginning letters, Person,place or thing= Clean, Pure, dedicated, Set Apart, Morally  blameless, dedication.              28. Holy of Holies– REPLACED-Kadosh HaKedoshim, The Most Pure Dedicated Place.

  5. HOPE= 61x used over 2 Greek words only found from Luke to 1 John ; Grk # 1679 “el’pid’zo root #1680 el-pis a female name after a female Greek PAGAN g-ddess First seen in the Orthodox Catholic; Queen of Heaven Trinity  is FAITH, HOPE, CHARITY, REPLACED- 9 clean Hebrew words; Hb.#8615 Tiq’vah  Hb.#4723 Miq’veh Miq’vay, Miqve- A cord of expectancy, expectation, confidence, a place of refuge, a security trust assurance.

  6. 30. I AM THAT IAM in HEBREW=AhaYah Asher AhaYah also with E sound- EhYah Asher EhYah=All “Existent Eternal One”. I AM Capitalized in The New Covenant- N.T. when Messiah said it, is EhYah or AhaYah.

  7. J”j letters was not created until late 1478 AD Germanic sound unofficially. By 1524AD used in Italian language unofficially as well and was not added to the English Dictionaries till 1634 or so. King Iames Bibles didn’t use the letter “J” till mid 1750’sAD The1604 & 1611AD official bibles used “Iesus, Iesvs, Iesoos, Esus and King James was really “King Iames” Son of Queen Bloody Mary of Scotland the Catholic Queen; and the letter”J” was not starting to change till 1634 or so.  They even changed the Messiah’s brother name from Ya’aqob to James  also??  WHAT? Does this say, Hazon- Rev.22:18-19;

  8. JESUS Gk.#2424 Iesus,Iesvs,Esus, young name REPLACED Hb# 3091 Joshua In Hebrew Yahh-short of-YHWH-Hb#3068 with Hb.#1954 Hoshua=#3091  Yahushua  – YHWH is our Deliverer Savior Hb#3091              Yeh-Ho-shoo-ah.  Bemid’bar  Numbers 13:8,16;

  9. Jesus Christ– REPLACED-Yahushua Ha Mashiyach / English=Yahushua The Messiah or Anointed.                                                                                      34Judah– REPLACED- Yehudah  A tribe of the house of Yisrael.                                                                       35.  JEW – Replaced- Yehudi or Yehudite ; Also  Jewish   Replaced   Yehudim.                      PAGE   3 of 5

  10. JUSTICE-Roman Latin; Justitia – Greek Pagan G-ddess DIKE a figure of a masculine female g-ddess NOT in N.T. at all. They added this Greek Pagan word in O.T.REPLACING-Heb#6663 & #6664 T’sedeqVirtue, Morally, Rightness.

  11. KING -Replaced-Hb. Melech-English Sovereign;     KINGS-Melechim-Sovereigns

  12. 38. KING of KINGS   REPLACED-Melech Ha Melechim   English=Sovereign of Sovereigns.

  13. Kingdom of G-d; REPLACED Malchut Ha Alohiym-English= Reign of Alohiym.                                                                                                         Modern Aramaic Hebrew uses Elohim or Elohiym.

  14. Kingdom of Haven; REPLACED Malchut Ha Shamayim more  of a English way, Reign of Shamayim.

  15. LAW A Latin word not Hebrew nor  Greek, older word was LEW REPLACED=TORAH=Instructions.

  16. 42. Liberty  is Latin; Liberates  is Greek; both a G-ddess REPLACED 7 wide range  of Greek words ? Freedom, permit, pardon, deliverance, Tax free, a wide room, relief, rest. In HB.#7342 Rachab or Hb#1865-A wide Room, Pure, Clear. The statue of liberty has her own Law book on her arm Not TORAH.

  17. LORD a title  Ba’al=according to-Webster 1828 Dictionary; Smiths Bible Dictionary; International Standard Bible Encyclopedia; Fausset’s  Bible Dictionary and Easton’s Bible Dictionary; REPLACING=

YAHH, YHWH, YHUH, YHVH, YAHUAH, YAHWEH, YAHUWAH;   for  LORD  What?

  1. lord small caps is ba’al still, but as=Master, king, ruler of Authority

Landlord, He is not our Landlord but our Creator with a NAME.

  1. Lord our G-d ; BA’AL GAD Meaning =Lord of Fortune-REPLACED

Yahuah or Yahuwah our Aloahiym;

  1.  MERCY The Greek G-ddess of Clementia; Roman Latin-g-ddess   Romantica-Romance; REPLACED                                                      Gk#1653-Eleeo & Gk#1656 Eleos; In Latin for Compassioionate;  English meaning=Compassionate, Pity;           In Heb#2616 & Hb#2617=Kheh-sed-Pity, Kindly, Compassion. Greek and Hebrew meanings clean words, why?  Use a Pagan deity Mercy?

  2. NAME  A Capitalized N with the word Name expressed for the Father or the Messiah REPLACED “HaShem in Hebrew or The Name in English; Shem is the Attributes and Characteristics of Their Names, But we don’t call Him Name Name=Shem Shem, we call them by their Name’s, Yahuwah / Yahushua.

  3. PEACE “Not Hebrew or Greek; Latin-PAX; French-PAC; Peace Pac means-To  bring settling disagreements or takeover of one Nation, Country, By War force, Forceful Agreements, take over  your land, will, Laws; Then TAX you and let  you live on your own land or Country for a Temporary time on their terms. REPLACED  Shalom  Shalom  He is not the Prince of Peace,  But the Prince of Shalom.

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  1. Rabbi, Rhabbi, Rhabboni these words never in the O.T. First Covenant, it first appeared in N.T. New Covenant. The only O.T. word was “RAB” as Hb#7227 meaning; Many, Great Captain, Mighty, Greatly, all different meanings for English. The N.T. New Covenant Meaning in Gk#4461 G4462 for Rabbi, Rhabbi Rhabboni are GREAT, GREAT ONE, GREAT Master? NOT TEACHER, Teacher in Hebrew#995 is Biyn-Bene or Teacher, Instructor. In Greek#1320 it is KALOS Instructor, Teacher. Yahushua said to call no one Rabbi =GREAT MASTER, Great One.

  2. SAINT & SAINTS is a 100% Catholic Pagan word the original Greek it’s the same Gk#40 root word of Gk#53 which is the same words for holy Hali Halo AGIOS Agion Replacing in English SET Apart Person Hb #6944 Kodesh or chasiyd =”elohim man” today people say  Man of G-d -NO but  Man of Aloahiym.

  3. Testament Old & New?? Catholic REPLACED words Testament Latin Testamentum Middle English 1250 to 1300AD is the Last Will & Testament of a Dead Person. Our Messiah is not Dead He is Resurrected & Alive! Correction! FIRST Marriage Covenant is TORAH, NEBL’IM, Kethuim, are “TaNaK” N.T. is the New  Covenant or The Messianic Scriptures, Kethubim Bet. Etc.

  4. VICTORY – #3529-Greek G-ddess-NIKE; Victoria-Latin Roman Gk#3534 G-ddesss NIKOS; G-ddess of CONQUEST, Success, Subdue, Triumph, REPLACED-Hb.#8668-T’shu-ah= National Spiritual Safety, Deliverance with  Perpetual Strength,  Rescue  Salvation trustfulness.

  5. WISDOM GK#4678/#4679/#4680 SOPHIA a Pagan G-ddess ,Latin Roman  ATHENA; Catholic’s have Saint Athena, A’Theo’noa  Today she is on the Calif..Seal as g-ddess of war Minerva-Roman, They say She fell out of Zeus head?  There are better Greek words of choice that they covered over with just one pagan word- Wisdom. REPLACED Hb#2451 Cha’kam or #2451 Chok’mah=English clean words Prudence with Morals; Skillful Intelligence;   Success discretion; Knowledge sense.   Understanding;    Intelligent.

We Must Obey The  Word without Compromise;  READ

Shemoth EX.23:13     Yehoshua Joshua 23:6-11;    YirmeYahu Jeremiah 12:15-17; 

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Baal   “Lord”                WEBSTER  1828   DICTIONARY

BA’AL, n. An idol among the ancient Chaldeans and Syrians, representing the sun. The word signifies also lord, or commander; and the character of the idol was varied by different nations, at different times. Thus Baal Berith is supposed to signify the Lord of the Covenant; Baal Peor, or rather Baal Phegor, the Lord of the dead. Ps. cvi, Baal Zebub, the god of flies, &c.

Baal                                               SMITH’S   BIBLE   DICTIONARY

Ba’al. (lord).                           

  1. A Reubenite 1Ch_5:5.

  2. The son of Jehiel, and grandfather of Saul. 1Ch_8:30; 1Ch_9:36.

The supreme male divinity of the Phoenician and Canaanitish nations, as Ashtoreth was their supreme female divinity. Some suppose Baal to correspond to the sun and Ashtoreth to the moon; others that Baal was Jupiter and Ashtoreth Venus. There can be no doubt of the very high antiquity of the worship of Baal. It prevailed in the time of Moses among the Moabites and Midianites, Num_22:41, and through them spread to the Israelites. Num_25:3-18; Num_4:3.

In the times of the kings, it became the religion of the court and people of the ten tribes, 1Ki_16:31-33; 1Ki_18:19; 1Ki_18:22, and appears never to have been permanently abolished among them. 2Ki_17:16 Temples were erected to Baal in Judah, 1Ki_16:32 and he was worshipped with much ceremony. 1Ki_18:19; 1Ki_26-28; 2Ki_10:22. The attractiveness of this worship to the Jews undoubtedly grew out of its licentious character. We find this worship also in Phoenician colonies.

The religion of the ancient British islands much resembled this ancient worship of Baal, and may have been derived from it. Nor need we hesitate to regard the Babylonian Bel, Isa_46:1, or Beaus, as essentially identical with Baal, though perhaps under some modified form. The plural, Baalim, is found frequently, showing that he was probably worshipped under different compounds, among which appear —

  1. Baal-Berith. (the covenant Baal), Jdg_8:33; Jdg_9:4, the god who comes into covenant with the worshippers.

  2. Baal-Zebub. (lord of the fly), and worshipped at Ekron. 2Ki_1:2-3; 2Ki_1:16.

  3. Baal-Hanan. a. The name of one of the early kings of Edom. Gen_36:38-39; 1Ch_1:49-50.

  4. The name of one of David’s officers, who had the superintendence of his olive and sycamore plantations. 1Ch_27:28.

  5. Baal-Peor. (lord of the opening, that is, for others to join in the worship). We have already referred to the worship of this god. The narrative Numbers 25 seems clearly to show that this form of Baal-worship was connected with licentious rites.

Geographical. This word occurs as the prefix or suffix to the names of several places in Palestine, some of which are as follows:

  1. Baal a town of Simeon, named only in 1Ch_4:33 which from the parallel list in Jos_19:8 seems to have been identical with Baalath-Beer.

  2. Baalah. (mistress).

  3. Another name for Kirjath-Jearim, or Kirjath-Baal, the well-known town now Kuriet el Enab. Jos_15:9-10; 1Ch_13:6.

  4. A town in the south of Judah, Jos_15:29 which in Jos_19:3, is called Balah, and in the parallel list, 1Ch_4:29, Bilhah.

  5. Baalath. (mistress), a town of Dan named with Gibbethon, Gath-rim-mon and other Philistine places. Jos_19:44.

  6. Baalath-Beer. (lord of the well). Baal, 7, a town among those in the south part of Judah, given to Simeon, which also bore the name of Ramath-Negeb, or “the height of the south.” Jos_19:8.

  7. Baal-Gad. (lord of fortune), used to denote the most northern, Jos_11:17; Jos_12:7, or perhaps northwestern, Jos_13:5, point to which Joshua’s victories extended. It was in all probability a Phoenician or Canaanite sanctuary of Baal under the aspect of Gad or Fortune.

  8. Baal-Hamon. (lord of a multitude), a place at which Solomon had a vineyard, evidently of great extent. Son_8:11.

  9. Baal-Hazor. (village of Baal), a place where Absalom appears to have had a sheep-farm, and where Amnon was murdered. 2Sa_13:23.

  10. Mountain Baal-Hermon. (Lord of Hermon), Jdg_3:3, and simply Baal-hermon. 1Ch_5:23 This is usually considered as a distinct place from Mount Hermon; but we know that this mountain had at least three names Deu_3:9 and Baal-hermon may have been a fourth in use among the Phoenician worshippers.

  11. Baal-Meon. (lord of the house), one of the towns which were built by the Reubenites. Num_32:38. It also occurs in 1Ch_5:8 and on each occasion with Nebo. In the time of Ezekiel, it was Moabite, one of the cities which were the “glory of the country.” Eze_25:9.

  12. Baal-Perazim. (lord of divisions), the scene of a victory of David over the Philistines, and of a great destruction of their images. 2Sa_5:20; 1Ch_14:11. See Isa_28:21 where it is called Mountain Perazim.

  13. Baal-Shalisha. (lord of Shalisha), a place named only in 2Ki_4:42 apparently not far from Gilgal; Compare 2Ki_4:38.

  14. Baal-Tamar. (lord of the palm tree), a place named only in Jdg_20:33 as near Gibeah of Benjamin. The palm tree (Hebrew, tamar) of Deborah, Jdg_4:5, was situated somewhere in the locality, and is possibly alluded to.

  15. Baal-Zephon. (lord of the north), a place in Egypt near where the Israelites crossed the Red Sea. Num_33:7; Eze_14:2; Eze_9. We place Baal-zephon on the western shore of the Gulf of Suez, a little below its head, which at that time was about 30 or 40 miles northward of the Present head.

 

 

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Baal (1)

bā´al̀ (בּעל, ba‛al; Βάαλ, Báal, or Βαάλ, Baál): The Babylonian Belu or Bel, “Lord,” was the title of the supreme god among the Canaanites.

  1. Name and Character of Baal

  2. Attributes of Baal

III. Baal-Worship

  1. Temples, etc.

  2. Use of the Name

  3. Forms of Baal

  4. Baal-berith

  5. Baal-gad

  6. Baal-hamon

  7. Baal-hermon

  8. Baal-peor

  9. Baal-zebub

 

  1. Name and Character of Baal

In Babylonia it was the title specially applied to Merodach of Babylon, which in time came to be used in place of his actual name. As the word in Hebrew also means “possessor,” it has been supposed to have originally signified, when used in a religious sense, the god of a particular piece of land or soil. Of this, however, there is no proof, and the sense of “possessor” is derived from that of “lord.” The Babylonian Bel-Merodach was a Sun-god, and so too was the Can Baal whose full title was Baal-Shemaim, “lord of heaven.” The Phoenician writer Sanchuniathon (Philo Byblius, Fragmenta II) accordingly says that the children of the first generation of mankind “in time of drought stretched forth their hands to heaven toward the sun; for they regarded him as the sole Lord of heaven, and called him Beelsamēn, which means ‘Lord of Heaven’ in the Phoenician language and is equivalent to Zeus in Greek” Baal-Shemaim had a temple at Umm el-Awamid between Acre and Tyre, and his name is found in inscriptions from the Phoenician colonies of Sardinia and Carthage.

  1. Attributes of Baal

As the Sun-god, Baal was worshipped under two aspects, beneficent and destructive. On the one hand he gave light and warmth to his worshippers; on the other hand the fierce heats of summer destroyed the vegetation he had himself brought into being. Hence, human victims were sacrificed to him in order to appease his anger in time of plague or other trouble, the victim being usually the first-born of the sacrificer and being burnt alive. In the Old Testament this is euphemistically termed “passing” the victim “through the fire” (2Ki_16:3; 2Ki_21:6). The forms under which Baal was worshipped were necessarily as numerous as the communities which worshipped him. Each locality had its own Baal or divine “Lord” who frequently took his name from the city or place to which he belonged. Hence, there was a Baal-Zur, “Baal of Tyre”; Baal-hermon, “Baal of Hermon” (Jdg_3:3); Baal-Lebanon, “Baal of Lebanon”; Baal-Tarz, “Baal of Tarsus.” At other times the title was attached to the name of an individual god; Thus we have Bel-Merodach, “the Lord Merodach” (or “Bel is Merodach”) at Babylon, Baal-Melkarth at Tyre, Baal-gad (Jos_11:17) in the north of Palestine. Occasionally the second element was noun as in Baal-Shemaim, “lord of heaven,” Baalzebub (2Ki_1:2), “Lord of flies,” BaalHammān, usually interpreted “Lord of heat,” but more probably “Lord of the sunpillar,” the tutelary deity of Carthage. All these various forms of the Sun-god were collectively known as the Baalim or “Baals” who took their place by the side of the female Ashtaroth and Ashtrim. At Carthage the female consort of Baal was termed PenēBaal, “the face” or “reflection of Baal.”

III. Baal-Worship

In the earlier days of Hebrew history the title Baal, or “Lord,” was applied to the national God of Israel, a usage which was revived in later times, and is familiar to us in the King James Version. Hence both Jonathan and David had sons called Merib-baal (1Ch_8:31; 1Ch_9:40) and Beeliada (1Ch_14:7). After the time of Ahab, however, the name became associated with the worship and rites of the Phoenician deity introduced into Samaria by Jezebel, and its idolatrous associations accordingly caused it to fall into disrepute. Hosea (Hos_2:16) declares that henceforth the God of Israel should no longer be called Baali, “my Baal,” and personal names like Esh-baal (1Ch_8:33; 1Ch_9:39), and Beelinda into which it entered were changed in form, Baal being turned into bōsheth which in Heb at any rate conveyed the sense of “shame.”

  1. Temples, Etc

Temples of Baal at Samaria and Jerusalem are mentioned in 1Ki_1:18; where they had been erected at the time when the Ahab dynasty endeavored to fuse Israelites and Jews and Phoenicians into a single people under the same national Phoenician god. Altars on which incense was burned to Baal were set up in all the streets of Jerusalem according to Jeremiah (Jer_11:13), apparently on the flat roofs of the houses (Jer_32:29); and the temple of Baal contained an image of the god in the shape of a pillar or Bethel (2Ki_10:26, 2Ki_10:27). In the reign of Ahab, Baal was served in Israel by 450 priests (1Ki_18:19), as well as by prophets (2Ki_10:19), and his worshippers wore special vestments when his ritual was performed (2Ki_10:22). The ordinary offering made to the god consisted of incense (Jer_7:9) and burnt sacrifices; on extraordinary occasions the victim was human (Jer_19:5). At times the priests worked themselves into a state of ecstasy, and dancing round the altar slashed themselves with knives (1Ki_18:26, 1Ki_18:28), like certain dervish orders in modern Islam.

  1. Use of the Name

In accordance with its signification the name of Baal is generally used with the definite art.; in the Septuagint this often takes the feminine form, ἀισχύνη, aischúnē “shame” being intended to be read. We find the same usage in Rom_11:4. The feminine counterpart of Baal was Baalah or Baalath which is found in a good many of the local names (see Baethgen, Beitrage zur semitischen Religionsgeschichte, 1888).

  1. Forms of Baal

  2. Baal-Berith

Baal-berith בּעל בּרית, ba‛al berı̄th; Βααλβερίθ, Baalberı́th, “Covenant Baal,” was worshipped at Shechem after the death of Gideon (Jdg_8:33; Jdg_9:4). In Jdg_9:46 the name is replaced by El-berith, “Covenant-god.” The covenant was that made by the god with his worshippers, less probably between the Israelites and the native Canaanites.

  1. Baal-Gad

Baal-gad בּעל גּד, ba‛al gādh; Βαλαγάδα, Balagáda, “Baal [lord of good luck” (or “Baal is Gad”) was the god of a town called after his name in the north of Palestine, which has often been identified with Baalbek. The god is termed simply Gad in Isa_65:11 the Revised Version, margin; where he is associated with Meni, the Assyrian Manu (King James Version “troop” and “number”).

  1. Baal-Hamon

Baal-hamon בּעל המון, ba‛al hāmōn; Βεελαμών, Beelamō̇n is known only from the fact that Solomon had a garden at a place of that name (Son_8:11). The name is usually explained to mean “Baal of the multitude,” but the cuneiform tablets of the Tell el-Amarna age found in Palestine show that the Egyptian god Amon was worshipped in Canaan and identified there with the native Baal. We are therefore justified in reading the name Baal-Amon, a parallel to the Babylonian Bel-Merodach. The name has no connection with that of the Carthaginian deity Baal-hamman.

  1. Baal-Hermon

Baal-hermon בּעל חרמון, ba‛al ḥermōn; Βαλαερμών, Balaermō̇n is found in the name of “the mountain of Baal-hermon” (Jdg_3:3; compare 1Ch_5:23), which also bore the names of Hermort, Sirion and Shenir (Saniru in the Assyrian inscriptions), the second name being applied to it by the Phoenicians and the third by the Amorites (Deu_3:9). Baal-hermon will consequently be a formation similar to Baal-Lebanon in an inscription from Cyprus; according to the Phoenician writer Sanchuniathon (Philo Byblius, Fragmenta II) the third generation of men “begat sons of surprising size and stature, whose names were given to the mountains of which they had obtained possession.”

  1. Baal-Peor

Baal-peor בּעל פעור, ba‛al pe‛ōr; Βεελφεγώρ, Beelphegō̇r was god of the Moabite mountains, who took his name from Mount Peor (Num_23:28), the modern Fa‛ūr, and was probably a form of Chemosh (Jerome, Comm., Isa_15:1-9). The sensual rites with which he was worshipped (Num_25:1-3) indicate his connection with the Phoenician Baal.

  1. Baal-Zebub

Baal-zebub בּעל זבוּב, ba‛al zebhūbh; Βααλμυία Θεός, Baalmuı́a Theós (“Baal the fly god”) was worshipped at Ekron where he had famous oracle (2Ki_1:2, 2Ki_1:3, 2Ki_1:16). The name is generally translated “the Lord of flies,” the Sun-god being associated with the flies which swarm in Palestine during the earlier summer months. It is met with in Assyrian inscriptions. In the New Testament the name assumes the form of Beelzebul (Βεελζεβούλ), in King James Version: BEELZEBUB (which see).

 

 

                          FAUSSET’S  BIBLE  DICTIONARY

Baal (1)

 

The chief male deity, as Ashtoreth is the chief goddess, of the Canaanites and Phoenicians. Baalim, the plural form, expresses the various aspects of Baal, as different localities viewed him. Baal is also associated with Aaherah, inaccurately translated “THE GROVE” or “groves” (Jdg_3:7; 2Ch_33:3; 2Ch_34:4; 2Ki_23:5-6). (See ASHERAH.) Baal means lord, in the sense of owner, possessor; but Adown means lord, master. The Hebrew article distinguishes the proper name Baal from the common noun; Bel, the Babylonian idol (Isa_46:1), is related. Midian and Moab, as early as Moses’ time, tempted Israel, by Balaam’s devilish counsel (Rev_2:14; Jos_13:22; Num_25:18), to worship the phase of the deity called Baal-peor (Numbers 25), from peor, “aperire hymenem virgineum” corresponding to the Latin, Priapus.

Terrible licentiousness not only was sanctioned, but formed part of the worship. A plague from Jehovah destroyed 24,000 Israelites in consequence, and was only stopped by the zeal of Phinehas. Moses subsequently, when warning the people from this example, notices no circumstance of it but one, which, though in the original narrative not stated, was infinitely the most important to advert to, but which none but spectators of the fact, perfectly acquainted with every individual concerned in it, could possibly feel the truth of. “Your eyes have seen what Jehovah did because of Baal-peor, for all the men that followed Baal-peor the Lord thy God hath destroyed them from among you. But ye that did cleave unto the Lord your God are alive every one of you this day” (Deu_4:3). For Moses to have used this argument was extremely natural but if a forger had asserted this at hazard, and put it in Moses’ mouth it seems very strange that it is the only circumstance he should forget to notice in the direct narrative, and the only one he should notice in his reference to it (Graves, Pentateuch, 1:4).

Baal worship prevailed much in Israel, except during Gideon’s judgeship (hence called Jerubbaal, “let Baal plead”), up to Samuel’s time (Jdg_2:10-13; Jdg_6:26-32; Jdg_8:33; Jdg_10:6-10). At Samuel’s reproof they put away this worship (1Sa_7:4). Solomon brought back Ashtoreth worship to please his foreign wives. Ahab, king of Israel, under Jezebel’s influence (daughter of Ethbaal, priest of Baal and king of Zidon), established the worship of Baal and Asherah (“the groves”): 1Ki_16:31-33; 1Ki_18:19-22. Elijah successfully for a time resisted it. His influence and that of king Jehoshaphat produced its effect in the following reign and that of Jehu. It was laid aside for Jeroboam’s calves, under Jehoram, Ahab’s son (2Ki_3:2), and under Jehu (2Ki_10:28); but for the most part prevailed until the Lord in vengeance removed the ten tribes from their land (2Ki_17:16).

Baal worship also in Judah found entrance under Ahaz (2Ch_28:2-3), but was suppressed by Hezekiah (2Ki_18:4). Manasseh sought to bring Judah to the same state of Baal worship as Israel had been under Ahab (2Ki_21:3; compare Mic_6:16). Josiah made a thorough eradication of it (2Ki_23:4-14). A remnant of it and an effort to combine idolatry with Jehovah worship still in part survived until the final purgation of all tendency to idols was effected by the severe discipline of the Babylonian captivity (Zep_1:4-6). The Hebrew for “Sodomites” (1Ki_14:24; 1Ki_15:12; 1Ki_22:46; 2Ki_23:7) is qideshim, “those consecrated” to the vilest filthiness, which constituted part of the sacred worship! Flat roofs at Jerusalem were often used as altars (Jer_32:29).

“Standing images,” or possibly pillars or obelisks (matsebah) were his symbols (1Ki_14:23; 2Ki_18:4; 2Ki_23:14; Mic_5:13). “Sun images” (hammanim; Isa_17:8; Isa_27:9; 2Ch_34:4) “were on high above the altars” of Baal (Jer_43:13); “the images of Bethshemesh,” literally “the pillars (obelisks) of the house of the sun.” At Tyre one title was Malqereth “King of the city.” In a Maltese inscription, Melkart, lord of Tyre, is identified with “Hercules, the prince leader” of the Greeks; from melek “king,” and qereth “of the city.” Tyre’s colonies (Carthage, etc.) honored Melkart, the god of the mother city; the name appears in Hamilcar. An inscription at Palmyra names him Baal Shemesh, owner of the sun. Philo says his title among the Phoenicians was Beelsamen (shamain), “owner of the heavens.”

Plautus also in his Poenulus calls him Bal-samen. Contrast Melchizedek’s title for Jehovah, “Possessor Qoneh; not Baal of heaven and earth” (Gen_14:19). High places were chosen for Baal worship, and human victims were sometimes offered as burnt offerings (Jer_19:5). The worshippers wore peculiar vestments (2Ki_10:22). They gashed themselves with knives at times to move his pity (1Ki_18:26-28). The name appears in Asdrubal (“help of Baal”), Hannibal (“grace of Baal”), Adherbaal, Ethbaal. His generating, vivifying power is symbolized by the sun (2Ki_23:5), as Ashtoreth is by the moon, Venus, and the heavenly hosts.

 

                                  EASTON’S BIBLE DICTIONARY

Baal

Lord.

(1.) The name appropriated to the principal male god of the Phoenicians. It is found in several places in the plural BAALIM (Jdg_2:11; Jdg_10:10; 1Ki_18:18; Jer_2:23; Hos_2:17). Baal is identified with Molech (Jer_19:5). It was known to the Israelites as Baal-peor (Num_25:3; Deu_4:3), was worshipped till the time of Samuel (1Sa_7:4), and was afterwards the religion of the ten tribes in the time of Ahab (1Ki_16:31-33; 1Ki_18:19, 1Ki_18:22). It prevailed also for a time in the kingdom of Judah (2Ki_8:27; compare 2Ki_11:18; 2Ki_16:3; 2Ch_28:2). till finally put an end to by the severe discipline of the Captivity (Zep_1:4-6). The priests of Baal were in great numbers (1Ki_18:19), and of various classes (2Ki_10:19). Their mode of offering sacrifices is described in 1Ki_18:25-29. The sun-god, under the general title of Baal, or “lord,” was the chief object of worship of the Canaanites. Each locality had its special Baal, and the various local Baals were summed up under the name of Baalim, or “lords.” Each Baal had a wife, who was a colourless reflection of himself.

(2.) A Benjamite, son of Jehiel, the progenitor of the Gibeonites (1Ch_8:30; 1Ch_9:36).

(3.) The name of a place inhabited by the Simeonites, the same probably as Baal-ath-beer (1Ch_4:33; Jos_19:8).

 

 

 

1.                     Yah’ushua  vs  Yahu’shua =shua as Vain.

Yes  SHUA  H7723 & 7722 “Shav”Shawu”Shau” in Ex.20:7, Vain”means a bad word, but has several different meanings not just here Like Lev.26:16 Vain=H7385 REEK. Deut.32:47=Vain H7386 Rake rake, 

1 Sam.12:21 Vain=8414 Tohu,  1 Sam.25:21

Vain=H8267=Sheqer… and there is much much more. But look at the first one H7723 & 7722=Shawu does that look like shua,

It Has the almost the same Phonetic sound but these are Latin letters creating Hebrew Phonetic sounds there not the same.

Also she leaves out the fact that the Name of our Messiah is Ye^h’ushua found in Num.13:16=Mosheh changed Hoshea Oshea

H1954 & 3442=Salvation by Kinsmen redeemer) to Ye^hushua Yahushua adding the H3068 root of 3467 Yahuwah Yahuah

to the short sound H3050 YaHH like Hallelu’ YaH in front of Hoshea’s name which turns the Hebrew name now to # H3091=

Yah’ushua the Phonetic break down is Ye^h’ ushua” Not Yahu-shua; they never show this one letter moved the wrong way, this

changes the meaning and sound of each part of a word in Hebrew Yibri’e like so many new believers say Tor’ah but it is To’ raH

The Phonetic sound changes some never shows this. In Strongs Hebrew Greek concordance the H3091 is (yeh-ho-shoo-ah )

some never shows this either, same name as mentioned in my teaching of this on Youtube =His name is Yahushua=

Zechariah 3:1, 3, 6, 8, 9, Haggai 1:1, 14, all these verses are in my video.  We have spotted some afro-american  groups

going around arguing with others to prove their point of view and condemning others if they don’t believe their way only, which

is wrong even if someone did use “Yahusha” as their savior we don’t condemn them because there is places where it’s spelled

this way and  Yah’usha which means Yahuwah’s Salvation.  But in Luke 1:31, 2:21= His name Iesus #2424 is linked

to Hebrew #h3091 the same as Num.13:16, where Mosheh changed lengthened Hoshea name to Yahushua, so We must walk in His Shem=

Name which is His Character of his love, And this spirit on these people judging others are not walking in His love. I believe this will help.

 

2   Power Points:  

A.  Doc37 gift & Fruit of the Ruach Ha Qodesh

B. Origins of God,gott, goud,

CName True Ha Shem,Power Point – Copy

D.Replacement Theology Corrections

E. Yah’ushua vs Yahu’shua