Then the priest of Jupiter*,
which was before their city,
brought oxen and garlands unto the gates,
and would have done sacrifice with the people.
def: Greek Zeus and corresponds to Roman Jupiter
The Roman Catholic church is and has been the mightiest church the world has ever seen, and in our time having more than one billion followers. It’s history goes right back to Roman Emperor Constantine the great who established Christianity as a legal religion in Roman Empire times.
Would you be amazed to know that the chief god of the Ancient Romans is still being praised and worshiped unknowingly today in our time by a great multitude of Christians and Jews worldwide?
The chief god of the Ancient Romans is known to us today as Jupiter, King of the Gods, but Jupiter has an older more ancient name. In English it is Jove and in classical Latin it is spelled IOVE and pronounced Yahweh.
If we check a pronunciation chart of classical Latin in a book called Vox Latina, which is one of the most respected and authoritative books on the pronunciation of classical Latin.
The “I” is pronounced as a double “EE” sound as in the word sheep.
The “O” is pronounced as a “AH” sound as in the word father.
The “V” is pronounced as a “W” as in the word whale.
The “E” is pronounced as “EH” as in the word pet.
If we put the sounds together EE + AH + W + EH it pronounces Yahweh. The EE sound + AH sound = Yah and W + EH = Weh. Put the two sounds together and it pronounces Yahweh spelled IOVE in classical Latin which is the King of all the Roman Gods, Jupiter. The Ancient Romans worshiped and praised the name Yahweh.
One thing is for sure, YHWH is a Hebrew deity, and is not a Roman deity named Yahweh. Father’s name is only YHWH, no vowels.
Do you know a simple deception we all have heard and most likely said?
” by jove… I think he’s got it! “.
And in all things that I have said unto you be circumspect:
and make no mention of the name of other elohim,
neither let it be heard out of thy mouth.