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Moses, Wicca, and the Inquisition

Posted in Bible, Catholicism, Christianity, Inquisition, Judaism, Paganism, Roman Catholic Church, Rome, Wicca, Witchcraft by entonces27 on December 31, 2008

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Gardner stated that a being higher than the God and the Goddess was recognised by the witches as the Prime Mover, but remains unknowable.[23]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/wicca

Merry Meet and Welcome!
May The Lord And Lady Bless

http://www.wicca.com/

The Pagan Wheel of the Year

YULE – circa Dec. 21
IMBOLC – February 2
OSTARA – circa March 21
BELTANE –  May 1
LITHA – circa June 21
LUGHNASSADH – August 1
MABON – circa Sept. 21
SAMHAIN – Oct. 31 / Nov. 1
http://www.witchway.net/days/days.html

Now let us start our conquest of the origin of killings. Wicca, according to http://www.dictionary.com means

–noun
(sometimes initial capital letter) witchcraft, esp. benevolent, nature-oriented practices derived from pre-Christian religions.

Origin:
1970–75; < OE wicca (male) sorcerer (ME wicche, mod. dial. witch); see witch
n.  
  1. A polytheistic Neo-Pagan nature religion inspired by various pre-Christian western European beliefs, whose central deity is a mother goddess and which includes the use of herbal magic and benign witchcraft.
  2. A group or community of believers or followers of this religion.

[Old English wicca, necromancer; see witch.]
Wicca
An O.E. masc. noun meaning “male witch,” curiously taken by Gerald Gardner’s followers (c.1954) as an abstract noun meaning “witchcraft” and thus becoming the title of a modern pagan movement. See witch.
wicca
noun
1. a community of followers of the Wicca religion
2. the polytheistic nature religion of modern witchcraft whose central deity is a mother goddess; claims origins in pre-Christian pagan religions of western Europe

I am knowledgeable about the meaning of “witchcraft” as often as I heard years ago that there are folks there who practiced “Black Magic” and “White Magic.”

As I perceived above it is notable to repeat the following:

Wicca = benevolent, nature-oriented practices derived from pre-Christian religions.

One things that I heard from one of them is that wiccan people use broomsticks to celebrate a certain harvest. Anyway, I am not interested to explain things of them. I just want to defy their selfish interpretation of the Mosaic commandment which says:

THOU SHAL NOT SUFFER A WITCH TO LIVE.

Who is that “witch” which Moses mentioned?

3784 kashaph kaw-shaf’ a primitive root; properly, to whisper a spell, i.e. to inchant or practise magic:–sorcerer, (use) witch(-craft).]

http://www.eliyah.com/cgi-bin/strongs.cgi?file=hebrewlexicon&isindex=witch

Well referred at! A primitive root, so whispering a spell is a primitive act or practicing magic or sorcery. But what about Barjesus in the new testament, wasn’t he a witch?

SORCERER

3097. magos mag’-os of foreign origin (7248); a Magian, i.e. Oriental scientist; by implication, a magician:–sorcerer, wise man.


5332. pharmakeus far-mak-yoos’ from pharmakon (a drug, i.e. spell-giving potion); a druggist (“pharmacist”) or poisoner, i.e. (by extension) a magician:–sorcerer.


5333. pharmakos far-mak-os’ the same as 5332:–sorcerer.

http://www.eliyah.com/cgi-bin/strongs.cgi?file=greeklexicon&isindex=sorcerer

Now what? Let us cite the controversial verse:

Exd 22:18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.
Deu 18:10 There shall not be found among you [any one] that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, [or] that useth divination, [or] an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch,

from http://www.addbible.com and http://www.blueletterbible.org

But what did Moses tell his people?

Exd 20:13 Thou shalt not kill.

Did they kill witches from outside? Only Moses could have confronted those narrow-minded wiccans who was pretenciously affected by Exodus 22:18 . No wonder most of the witches are celts and perhaps the word “cult” derived its origin.

Secondly, why should we include the “Inquisition”?

wikipedia tells us:

The term Inquisition can refer to any one of several institutions charged with trying and convicting heretics (or other offenders against canon law) within the Roman Catholic Church. It may refer to[1]:

  1. an ecclesiastical tribunal
  2. the institution of the Roman Catholic Church for combating or suppressing heresy
  3. a number of historical expurgation movements against heresy (orchestrated by the Roman Catholic Church)
  4. the trial of an individual accused of heresy.
    Pope John Paul II begged for forgiveness

    Pope John Paul II begged for forgiveness

    And to all of you readers whether you are a devout member of the Roman Catholic Church, 2009 year is very fast approaching!

Now comes Barjesus!

Act 13:6 And when they had gone through the isle unto Paphos, they found a certain sorcerer, a false prophet, a Jew, whose name was Barjesus:

As I am just sharing some pervading ideas on the web which might tickle your thoughts, so I cannot elaborate this further. It seems better if you ask the biblical priest, Bro Eli Soriano.

To YHWH be the glory though YHWSA HMSYH.

Yours truly,

Entonces

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