Danye jone's mother @melissadeno2 and brother @jv.world has a gofundme link on their bio in order to raise funds for a fair private m****r investigation. this process will include bringing danye's body up from his grave. can you imagine having to bury your son that was lynched twice? 💔danye was 24 years old when they crucified him in the backyard of his mother’s home october 17, 2018. danye is having a birthday on november 19, 2018.
"church" comes from the anglo-saxon root word "circe," and stems from the greek name of the idol "circe," the daughter of "helios," the roman sun-idol adopted from greek mythology. linked to this idol in celtic pagan worship is the name "kirce." from her name comes the word "kirch" which pertained to the building dedicated to pagan celtic worship and rituals. the greek word "kuriakon" was used for the building or "house of kurios (which means lord = baal in yahudyath, so-called hebrew)." kahal or kehelat (strong's h6951) are the proper hebrew words pertaining to a public place of assembly or congregational place worship dedicated to yahuah. ekklesia (strong's g1577) is the greek word used in the brit chadasha/new testament for the assembly of the "called out ones," but is never used in reference to a building, only denoting the people who have assembled. some interesting facts emerge from the study of the word circe. the word is related to "circus", "circle", "circuit", "circean", "circulate", and the various words starting with "circum-". the latin pronunciation could have been "sirke" or "sirse". the old english word circe may have been pronounced similarly to "kirke", or even "sirse". however, circe was in fact originally a greek idol where her name was written as: kirke, and pronounced as such—just as in numerous similar cases of words of greek origin, e.g. cyst and kustis, cycle and kuklos, cylinder and kulindros. the word "church" is known in scotland as kirk, and in german as kirche and in netherlands as kerk. these words show their direct derivation from the greek kirke even better than the english "church". however, even the old english circe for "church", reveals its origin. let us rather use the scriptural "assembly" or "congregation", and renounce the word that is derived from circe, the daughter of the sun-idol! (continued below ⬇️⬇️⬇️).