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Posted on October 1, 2016 at 7:45 AM

Church - Online Etymology Dictionary

 

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Old English cirice, circe "church, public place of worship; Christians collectively," from Proto-Germanic *kirika (source also of Old Saxon kirika, Old Norse kirkja, ...

 

THE CORRECT MEANING OF "CHURCH" AND "ECCLESIA"

 

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Let us make it clear from the very beginning that the established religious system, which manifests itself in the abomination called "church", is NOT of God.

 

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The Greek term (ekklesia) ekklesia which is commonly translated as "church", .... The first entry as to the etymological meaning and origin of the church is "circe.

 

Etymology of the Word 'church' - Derives from Circe - Graham Hancock

 

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The word "church" derives from the word "Circe". The Oxford English Dictionary gives this etymology got the word "church": Church - Old English: circe etc.

 

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A short study on the word 'church' ... much time doing word studies, and play around with what has been called "etymology", that is the study of word origins.

 

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Old English cirice, circe "church, public place of worship; Christians collectively," from Proto-Germanic *kirika (source also of Old Saxon kirika, Old Norse kirkja, Old Frisian zerke, Middle Dutch kerke, Dutch kerk, Old High German kirihha, German Kirche), probably [see note in OED] from Greek kyriake (oikia), kyriakon doma "Lord's (house)," from kyrios "ruler, lord," from PIE root *keue- "to swell" ("swollen," hence "strong, powerful"); see cumulus. Phonetic spelling from c. 1200, established by 16c. For vowel evolution, see bury. As an adjective from 1570s.

 

Greek kyriakon (adj.) "of the Lord" was used of houses of Christian worship since c.300, especially in the East, though it was less common in this sense than ekklesia or basilike. An example of the direct Greek-to-Germanic progress of many Christian words, via the Goths; it probably was used by West Germanic people in their pre-Christian period.

 

Also picked up by Slavic, probably via Germanic (Old Church Slavonic criky, Russian cerkov). Finnish kirkko, Estonian kirrik are from Scandinavian. Romance and Celtic languages use variants of Latin ecclesia (such as French église, 11c.).

 

Church-bell was in late Old English. Church-goer is from 1680s. Church key is early 14c.; slang use for "can or bottle opener" is by 1954, probably originally U.S. college student slang. Church-mouse, proverbial in many languages for its poverty, is 1731 in English.

 

church (v.) Look up church at Dictionary.com

 

"to bring or lead to church," mid-14c., from church (n.). Related: Churched.

 

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Circe was a powerful sorceress—variously described as a goddess, nymph, or witch—in Greek .... his 1965 book of essays The Continent of Circe, using the Greek mythological character as a metaphor for his interpretation of India's history.

 

Circe - Greek Mythology

 

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Circe was a minor goddess of magic in Greek mythology, daughter of the Titans Helios, god of the sun, and Perse, an Oceanid. She had two brothers, Aee...

 

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Circe, in Greek legend, a sorceress, the daughter of Helios, the sun god, and of the ocean nymph Perse. She was able by means of drugs and incantations to ...

 

CIRCE (Kirke) - Greek Goddess of Sorcery, Sorceress of Aeaea

 

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Circe was the Greek goddess of sorcery who was skilled in the magic of transmutation, ... 42.) Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.

 

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In Greek mythology, the witch Circe was the daughter of the sun god Helios and the ocean nymph Perse (or Perseis). According to legend, Circe lived on the ...

 

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In ancient Roman religion, Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. She was originally the central deity in Rome's ...

 

Ceres, the goddess of agriculture

 

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Ceres. Ceres was the Roman goddess of agriculture, grain, and the love a mother bears for her child. She was the daughter of Saturn and Ops, the sister of ...

 

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Demeter (Ceres) - Greek Goddess of Harvest, Fertility and Agriculture. Demeter is one of the largest and oldest goddesses of the ancient Greek pantheon.

 

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The three chief festivals of Ceres' cult all followed Greek lines. ... In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Ceres was the goddess of the growth of food crops, ...

 

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Ahuna Mons /əˈhuːnə ˈmɒnz/ is the largest mountain on the dwarf planet and asteroid Ceres. .... Arizona State University. Retrieved 2016-03-25. Jump up ^ " NASA spies 3-mile-tall 'pyramid,' more bright spots on Ceres". Cnet. 17 June 2015.

 

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Mar 10, 2016 ... This incredible mosaic of images from NASA's Dawn orbiter shows one of Ceres' most intriguing features -- a mysterious mountain called ...

 

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Jun 23, 2015 ... NASA cameras capture a 3-mile pyramid-shaped structure towering over Ceres. Evidence of aliens or just a big mountain?

 

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Aug 8, 2015 ... As NASA's Dawn spacecraft gets closer to the dwarf planet Ceres in the asteroid belt, this bizarre body seems to yield more questions than ...

 

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1982 - B4 (The Lost City) - Mentions that the Cynidiceans used to worship three "gods", but now mostly worship a strange monster called Zargon (which appears to be based on Lin Carter's Cthulhu Mythos creation "Zoth Ommog").

 

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Archon is a Greek word that means "ruler" or "lord," frequently used as the title of a specific ... The term was also used throughout Greek history in a more general sense, ranging from "club leader" to "master of the tables" at syssitia. In Athens a ...

 

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Archons inhabit the solar system, the extraterrestrial realm as such, but they can ... the Gnostic theory of the Archons is not only the cosmological background ...

 

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Feb 14, 2015 ... ... that has gained traction among scholars of Fiendish History is that the myth ... Cania: snapshots of battles between baatezu and archons, sometimes with ... accounts vary - dedicated to the worship of "Zargon the Returner", ...

 

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On account of the reality of the authorities, (inspired) by the spirit of the father of truth, ... The rulers laid plans and said, "Come, let us create a man that will be soil ...

 

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Translated by Willis Barnstone and Marvin Meyer. This original translation of The Reality of the Rulers (also known as The Hypostasis of the Archons, Nag ...

 

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The Hypostasis of the Archons or The Reality of the Rulers is an exegesis on the Book of Genesis 1–6 and expresses Gnostic mythology of the divine creators of ...

 

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Feb 13, 2011 ... The Jewish Chosen Ones is a come lately story of an essence being used for ... This Yahweh/Yaldabaoth/Saklas/Samael/Jehovah/Demiurge/Moloch/ .... the prominent leader of the Spanish Inquisition, a cruel, murderous ...

 

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Sep 12, 2011 ... To this end, he imposed an inquisition, under which those who refused to .... the Syrian Gnostics regarded the God of the Jews and Christians with. ... (often linked with misspelled forms of Yahweh such as Yaldabaoth or Yao) ...

 

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Jan 1, 2013 ... As must be clear by now, Yaldabaoth is known by Jews and Christians as ...... The Inquisition burned large numbers of the Cathar elite alive.

 

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Sep 2, 2013 ... ... as opposed to a free and fair trial, the Inquisition and burning people. .... manipulated by the false god of the Jews, Yaldabaoth or Yahweh or ...

 

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Interested in Early Jewish and Christian Beliefs about Reincarnation? ..... They saw YHVH (labeled in the Gnostic writings as Yaldabaoth or Yave) and other .... they were as decimated by Papal-directed inquisitions as were the Gnostics and ...

 

Gnosticism - New World Encyclopedia

 

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There is indeed some evidence of Jewish mysticism in the pre-Christian era. .... Through the Inquisition and the Albigensian Crusade, these gnostic .... In the Apocryphon of John, the Demiurge is referred to as Yaldabaoth, a "serpent with a ...

 

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In worshiping Jesus, the Jews who adopted Christianity, as it came to be called, .... *THE HOLY INQUISITION started in 12th Century France, and ran until July 26 , ... Known as the “Demiurge” or “Yaldabaoth”, he is described as an insane, ...

 

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Demiurge/Yaldabaoth/Lucifer/etc being the culmination of both–the divine ... and of itself then accusations against Christianity and all Christians for the Crusades and Inquisitions? ..... As far as Messianic, the Jews were the first people of God.

 

The Gnostic Jesus - Gnostic Terms and Concepts

 

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Astaphaios - Name given to the Son of Yaldabaoth in On the Origin of the World. .... Gabriel – Regarded as an angel and archangel in Jewish, Christian and .... Inquisition – Established by Pope Gregory IX in 1233, aiming to exterminate the ...

 

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May 9, 2014 ... Pius V (January 1504 – 1 May 1572) was pope of the Inquisition and formation ..... I am Yaldabaoth, your father, your maker, your god; I am YHWH, Amen .... 2009 (year 3208 – Jewish) the day also known as the Day of Divine ...

 

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Apr 21, 2013 ... Elsewhere, Sophia is called the "mother" of Yaldabaoth and the Archons. .... for centuries from 150 CE right up to the Inquisition, the Witch Trials, etc. ... more recent instance: the hijacking of Russian Revolution by Jewish ...

 

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This time the shift to monotheism was a great success for the Jewish elite and ... The 'holy' inquisition didn't take very kindly to 'heretics' which included infidels, .... being whom the Gnostics associated with the evil god of this world, Yaldabaoth.

 

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Yes, I've discovered that the Greeks invented the Qabalah and the Jews merely ..... Yaldabaoth then becomes the first of the archon or ruler to reign over the ..... acknowledged. it is intended. along with its inquisition. that we should search ...

 

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Sep 7, 2016 ... ... and you may as well just bung in Yaldabaoth and be done with it ... the Spanish Inquisition okay the Roman Inquisition okay the CDF!” ..... Canada is formally secular, and yet I know several Jewish judges personally.

 

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... Demiurge (Gnosticism), The Father (Christianity), Yaldabaoth (Gnosticism), The .... atheists, agnostics, Buddhists, Hindus, Tribal Animists, Jews, Shintoists, and .... Catholic Church and its satellites and departments, such as the Inquisition .

 

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Aug 27, 2010 ... They will especially have been the so called Christian Jews. ..... [The identity Yaldabaoth = Yahweh is obvious… and as far as the archons are ..... supporting or starting wars, genocides, murderous crusades, inquisitions etc.

 

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Dragon Age Inquisition fantasy art - These ruins do not excite the dowsing spark; we ...... Arcane Kabbalah, Jewish Kabbalah, Kabbalah Alchemy, Spiritual Alchemy, Sephiroth ... Path of Initiation - Course 10 - Pistis Sophia and Yaldabaoth.

 

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In my last article I wrote about the one that is hidden at the Priory of the Vatican, having been locked up in its dungeon-like hiding place for thousands of years. This is an entity that “dictates the way for its deadly adherents to harm innocent humans - their leader, without which the deadly ones cannot live”. [1]

 

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Oct 26, 2011 ... Tragedy comes from a word meaning 'goat song'. ... The Romans knew Dionysus later as Bacchus, god of all things 'bacchanalian': in other ...

 

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Animal sacrifice is the ritual killing and offering of an animal to appease or maintain favour with a deity. Such forms of sacrifice are practised within many religions around the world. .... The spilling of blood is necessary as purification to appease the evil spirits, and ritual fights follow an ancient and complex ritual as set out in ...

 

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Discussing the role of Sacrifice in Satanism, from a Satanic perspective. ... For those that do practice it for a religious purpose, sacrifice of animals is protected ...

 

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The Azazel was part of the Yom Kippur ritual of animal sacrifice. It was literally a goat that carried the sins of the nation into the wilderness. Though not ...

 

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Sep 22, 2014 ... A few foundational Hebrew words for this Jewish High Holy Day are Yom Kippur meaning “Day of Atonement,” azazel, or “the goat that was ...

 

.. This strange ritual that the High Priest performs on Yom Kippur with the two ...

 

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Sep 13, 2013 ... Sacrificial Chickens: Jewish Yom Kippur Ritual Sparks Controversy in .... of the ancient Israelites onto a goat and sent it out into the wilderness.

 

Rav Kook on Acharei Mot: The Goat for "Azazel"

 

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Perhaps the most unusual of all the Temple services was the Yom Kippur ceremony of Azazel, sending off ... Was this unusual ritual a 'sacrifice to the demons'?

 

Animal sacrifice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

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Muslims engaged in the Hajj (pilgrimage) are obligated to sacrifice a lamb or a goat or join others in sacrificing a cow or a camel during the ...

 

The Sacrifice of "Eid al-Adha" | Animals in Islam

 

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AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE AGAINST ANIMAL SACRIFICE by Shahid 'Ali Muttaqi. Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim. Every year, with the onset of Hajj and its ...

 

The Concept of Animal Sacrifice in Islam

 

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With this in mind, let us start with the situation as it was in pre-Islamic Arabia with regard to animal sacrifice. Not only did the pagan Arabs sacrifice to a variety of ...

 

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According to Muslim prescriptions it is important for the sedation ... Should the Muslims persist in their desire to sacrifice animals, the preferable way would be to ...

 

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A scapegoat is a person or animal which takes on the sins of others, or is unfairly blamed for problems. The concept originally comes from Leviticus, in which a goat is designated to ... And Aaron shall place lots upon the two goats: one lot " For the Lord," and the other lot ... Footnote [1] 16:8 The meaning of Azazel is uncertain.

 

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Goat - Online Etymology Dictionary

 

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Old English gat "she-goat," from Proto-Germanic *gaito (source also of Old Saxon get, Old Norse geit, Danish gjed, Middle Dutch gheet, Dutch geit, Old High ...

 

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Arcadian shepherd god with upper body of a man and horns and lower part like a goat, late 14c., a god of the woods and fields, from Latin, from Greek Pan.

 

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... parcel of the deity's presence and has an emblematic or syntagmatic inner meaning to it. ... Lord Vishnu and Lakshmi Riding on Divine Vehicle Garuda ..... Barmer district, Rajasthan, Brahma-Karmali village in Goa, in Khedbrahma in Gujarat and in .... Agni is shown as riding the Ram and rarely, a chariot pulled by goats.

 

Goat - New World Encyclopedia

 

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Sep 27, 2008 ... Previous (Goa Velha) ... The domestic goat is descended from the wild goat, Capra .... pashmina (Persian pashmina, meaning fine wool) and these goats are ... god of thunder, Thor, has a chariot that is pulled by several goats.

 

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Jan 2, 2013 ... Ga Chief sprinkling traditional sacred food (Kpekple) for the gods on the ... Reindorf (1895, p.18) in tracing the origin of the Ga indicates that F. Romer, .... While asapatre (Shoe), goa (Guava), dashi (Bribe), gudiimin (Good .... sheep, goats or fowls, Maawu can be appeased with only praises and libation.

 

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[edit]. From Ancient Greek λόγος (lógos, “speech, oration, discourse, quote, story , study, ratio, word, calculation, reason”).

 

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Logos, ( Greek: “word,” “reason,” or “plan”) plural logoi, in Greek philosophy and theology, the divine reason implicit in the cosmos, ordering it and giving it form ...

 

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Queries: God - Goats - Church - Identity Theft - Scapegoats - Liars - Archons - Religion - Demonic Animal Sacrifice Rituals - Death Cults - Etymology - Understanding - Clarity
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Sep 13, 2013 ... Sacrificial Chickens: Jewish Yom Kippur Ritual Sparks Controversy in .... of the ancient Israelites onto a goat and sent it out into the wilderness.

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Perhaps the most unusual of all the Temple services was the Yom Kippur ceremony of Azazel, sending off ... Was this unusual ritual a 'sacrifice to the demons'?
A scapegoat is a person or animal which takes on the sins of others, or is unfairly blamed for problems. The concept originally comes from Leviticus, in which a goat is designated to ... And Aaron shall place lots upon the two goats: one lot " For the Lord," and the other lot ... Footnote [1] 16:8 The meaning of Azazel is uncertain.
This strange ritual that the High Priest performs on Yom Kippur with the two ...

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Sep 13, 2013 ... Sacrificial Chickens: Jewish Yom Kippur Ritual Sparks Controversy in .... of the ancient Israelites onto a goat and sent it out into the wilderness.

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Perhaps the most unusual of all the Temple services was the Yom Kippur ceremony of Azazel, sending off ... Was this unusual ritual a 'sacrifice to the demons'?

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Muslims engaged in the Hajj (pilgrimage) are obligated to sacrifice a lamb or a goat or join others in sacrificing a cow or a camel during the ...

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CIRCE (Kirke) - Greek Goddess of Sorcery, Sorceress of Aeaea

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Circe was the Greek goddess of sorcery who was skilled in the magic of transmutation, ... 42.) Source: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.

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In Greek mythology, the witch Circe was the daughter of the sun god Helios and the ocean nymph Perse (or Perseis). According to legend, Circe lived on the ...

Ceres (mythology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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In ancient Roman religion, Ceres was a goddess of agriculture, grain crops, fertility and motherly relationships. She was originally the central deity in Rome's ...

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Demeter (Ceres) - Greek Goddess of Harvest, Fertility and Agriculture. Demeter is one of the largest and oldest goddesses of the ancient Greek pantheon.

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The three chief festivals of Ceres' cult all followed Greek lines. ... In ancient Roman religion and mythology, Ceres was the goddess of the growth of food crops, ...

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From Ancient Greek λόγος (lógos, ?speech, oration, discourse, quote, story , study, ratio, word, calculation, reason?).

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Logos, ( Greek: ?word,? ?reason,? or ?plan?) plural logoi, in Greek philosophy and theology, the divine reason implicit in the cosmos, ordering it and giving it form
The Greek term (ekklesia) ekklesia which is commonly translated as "church", .... The first entry as to the etymological meaning and origin of the church is "circe.

Etymology of the Word 'church' - Derives from Circe - Graham Hancock

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The word "church" derives from the word "Circe". The Oxford English Dictionary gives this etymology got the word "church": Church - Old English: circe etc.

Circe (Church)--Daughter of the Sun - Tentmaker

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A short study on the word 'church' ... much time doing word studies, and play around with what has been called "etymology", that is the study of word origins.

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Old English cirice, circe "church, public place of worship; Christians collectively," from Proto-Germanic *kirika (source also of Old Saxon kirika, Old Norse kirkja, Old Frisian zerke, Middle Dutch kerke, Dutch kerk, Old High German kirihha, German Kirche), probably [see note in OED] from Greek kyriake (oikia), kyriakon doma "Lord's (house)," from kyrios "ruler, lord," from PIE root *keue- "to swell" ("swollen," hence "strong, powerful"); see cumulus. Phonetic spelling from c. 1200, established by 16c. For vowel evolution, see bury. As an adjective from 1570s.

Greek kyriakon (adj.) "of the Lord" was used of houses of Christian worship since c.300, especially in the East, though it was less common in this sense than ekklesia or basilike. An example of the direct Greek-to-Germanic progress of many Christian words, via the Goths; it probably was used by West Germanic people in their pre-Christian period.

Also picked up by Slavic, probably via Germanic (Old Church Slavonic criky, Russian cerkov). Finnish kirkko, Estonian kirrik are from Scandinavian. Romance and Celtic languages use variants of Latin ecclesia (such as French église, 11c.).
Origin of the Term Church - Concord Messianic Fellowship

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The Greek term (ekklesia) ekklesia which is commonly translated as "church", .... The first entry as to the etymological meaning and origin of the church is "circe.

Etymology of the Word 'church' - Derives from Circe - Graham Hancock

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The word "church" derives from the word "Circe". The Oxford English Dictionary gives this etymology got the word "church": Church - Old English: circe etc.

Circe (Church)--Daughter of the Sun - Tentmaker

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Logos, ( Greek: ?word,? ?reason,? or ?plan?) plural logoi, in Greek philosophy and theology, the divine reason implicit in the cosmos, ordering it and giving it form ...
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