Al.Maxey.Ephesians.Music.Sorcery.Prostitution

Paul SILENCED Ode (sing) and Melody (Psallo) because: For in the city of Ephesus, women, attired as they go in the feasts and sacrifice of [Dionysus] Bacchus, came out to meet him with such solemnities and ceremonies as are then used: with men and children disguised like fauns and satyrs [BEAST].
        Moreover, the city was full of ivy, and darts wreathed about with ivy, [Shaken Reed of a Catamite]
        psalterions  , flutes, and howboyes [hautboys];
        and in their songs they called him Bacchus

               
Dionysus silenced Romans 14
                http://www.piney.com/Norman.Romans.14.html
                http://www.piney.com/BibRom14Text.html
                http://www.piney.com/Jay.Guin.Romans.14.html
                http://www.piney.com/RmShellyACU2.html
                http://www.piney.com/MuPhthagorasRom14.html
                http://www.piney.com/MuDavidDavenport.html
                http://www.piney.com/RefMLuthRom15.html
                http://www.piney.com/Worship5.html   outlaws rhetoric, singing, playing, acting
                http://www.piney.com/Romans.14.Doubtful.Disputations.Livy.html

                http://www.piney.com/CENI-Unison.Speaking.That.Which.is.Written.html

        father of mirth
        courteous and gentle: and so was he unto some,
        but to the most part of men cruel and extreme. [Savage]

        Plutarch 
Marcus Antonius
XXIII. Plut. Ant. 23.1
 
XXIV. For straight, one Anaxenor,
        a player of the cithern [guitarist], Xoutus,
        a player of the flute, Metrodorus a tumbler,
        and such a rabble of minstrels
                 and fit ministers for the pleasures of Asia
                (who in fineness and flattery passed all the other plagues he brought with him out of Italy),
all these flocked in his court, and bare the whole sway: and after that all went awry.
        For every one gave themselves to riot and excess,
        when they saw he delighted in it: and all Asia was like to the city Sophocles

Aristotle
attests that those musicians came trom the lower social strata,
        and many of them, both men and women, were prostitutes

        hired to entertain guests in private parties."

Moreover there are numerous specific references to psaltery and kithara
        players employed as prostitute entertainers.

Aeschines
, for example, attests that Misgolas,
        one of the alleged lovers of Timarchos,
        had a reputation for being very fond of kithara boys,
        while Antiphanes and Alexis confirm this with jokes about Misgolas and his kithara boys.


Corrupting the Word (Logos Regulative Principle) is Selling your WORD at Retail. In Greek Civil Society these were PROSTITUTES.

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Laying By in Store Fraud: 
For he robbed noblemen and gentlemen of their goods, to give it unto vile flatterers: who oftentimes begged living men's goods, as though they had been dead,

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  Al Maxey SELLS himself as a King (pastor) set over us and therefore fleeces the flock.

Christians Speak: Devils Do. Selling your own Words: Prostitution and Self-Glorifying


Music.  Cantillation signs guide the READER in applying a CHANT to  READINGS. This chant is technically regarded as a ritualized form of SPEECH intonation rather than as a musical exercise like the singing of metrical hymns: for this reason Jews always speak of saying or reading a passage rather than of singing it. (In Yiddish the word is leynen 'read', derived from Latin legere, giving rise to the Jewish English verb "to leyn".)
 
5.12.20 Religious music is Prostitution and SORCERY.


The BEAST is Apollo or Apollyon: He is now unleashed from the smokey pit.
The BEAST is also the "new style of Music or Satyric Drama"

Isa 8:19 And when they shall say unto you,
        Seek unto them that have familiar spirits,
        and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter:
                should not a people seek unto their God?
                for the living to the dead
Python. Paul cast out the Pythian spirit out of the little girls. 
near Delphi by Apollo,
-strīdō
     to make a shrill noise, sound harshly, creak, hiss, grate, whiz, whistle, rattle, buzz: stridentia tinguunt Aera lacu, V.: cruor stridit, hisses, O.: belua Lernae Horrendum stridens, V.: horrendā nocte (striges), O.: mare refluentibus undis, V.: aquilone rudentes, O.: videres Stridere secretā aure susurros, buzz, H.
incantātĭo  I.  n enchanting, enchantment (post-class.): “magicae, Firm. Math. 5, 5: incantationum vires,Tert. Hab. Mul. 2.
To the law and to the TESTIMONY: [Spirit OF Christ]
        if they SPEAK not according to this WORD,
        it is because there is no light in them. Isa 8:20
The Word AS DABAR or Logos is GOD made Visible and Audible when Jesus or anyone SPEAKS that which is written for our LEARNING.
John 8:38 I SPEAK that which I have seen with my Father:
        and ye DO that which ye have seen with your father.

Rhetoric, singing, playing instruments, selling your own experiences or opinions is ANTI-Logos and therefore ANTI-Christ.

Al Maxey will never grasp that Paul said to know the WILL OF THE LORD and then SPEAK it.
Ode (enchantment) and Psallo (mark of Catamites) is IN the hear or SILENT.

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If you EXPOUND that which Jesus made perfect from the PROPHETS then Paul says that you mock the Spirit OF God who put His WORD into the MOUTH of Jesus.  Prostitution is selling any words of your own beyond amplifying THAT PORTION of SCRIPTURE which is the One Piece Pattern.

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John 7:16 Jesus answered them, and said,
        My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me.
John 7:17 If any man will do his will,
        he shall know of the doctrine,
        whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself.
John 7:18 He that speaketh of HIMSELF seeketh his own glory:
        but he that seeketh his glory that sent him,
        the same is true, and no unrighteousness is in him.
Devil Do: poiētai 4. after Hom., of Poets, compose, write, p. dithurambon, epea, Hdt.1.23, 4.14; “p. theogoniēn 
Epos  joined with muthos,     1. song or lay accompanied by music, 8.91,17.519.
2. fiction (opp. logos, historic truth),  THE REGULATIVE PRINCIPLE

Hdt. 1.23 Periander, who disclosed the oracle's answer to Thrasybulus, was the son of Cypselus, and sovereign of Corinth. The Corinthians say (and the Lesbians agree) that the most marvellous thing [Lying Wonders] that happened to him in his life was the landing on Taenarus of Arion of Methymna, brought there by a dolphin. This Arion was a lyre-player second to none in that age; he was the first man whom we know to compose and name the dithyramb1 which he afterwards taught at Corinth.

1 The dithyramb was a kind of dance-music particularly associated with the cult of Dionysus.

Devil Do: LATIN:   făcĭo ,  to make in all senses, to do, perform, accomplish, prepare, produce, bring to pass, cause, effect, create, commit, perpetrate, form, fashion operor Lying Wonder,  poëma,to compose, id. Pis. 29, 70: “carmina,Juv. 7, 28: “versus,id. 7, 38: “sermonem,Cic. Fam. 9, 8, 1; cf. “litteram, id. Ac. 2, 2, 6: ludos, to celebrate, exhibit, admirationem alicujus rei alicui,to excite [the Laded Burden],
Devil Do: carmen
 I.a tune, song; poem, verse; an oracular response, a prophecy; a form of incantation (cf.: cano, cantus, and canto). note, sound, both vocal and instrumental “also versus, numeri, modi): carmen tuba ista peregit ( = sonus),Enn. Ann. 508 Vahl.: “carmine vocali clarus citharāque Philammon,Ov. M. 11, 317; cf. “vocum,id. ib. 12, 157: “per me (sc. Apollinem) concordant carmina nervis

barbaricum, id. M. 11, 163.—With allusion to playing on the cithara: The Moher o Harlots in John 17 Carminibus Circe socios mutavit Ulixi,
Devil Do:   Commercium sermonis,  7  In mercant. lang., to practise, exercise, follow any trade or profession:  8. In relig. lang., like the Gr. rhezein, to perform or celebrate a religious rite; to offer sacrifice, make an offering, to sacrifice:

Devil Do: Mousa   II. mousa, as Appellat., music, song, m. stugeraA.Eu.308 (anap.); “euphamosId.Supp.695 
Kanakhan .Clanging Brass
 Theias 
as many as made them hope by divinations, Madness caused by Ritual
       
worship as divine, Puthagoran  [Of the Cosmos, the Ecumenical, Kingdom of the Devil."
Antiluron mousas
S.Tr.643 (lyr.);  PLAYING THE LYRE
Aiakō moisan pherein
I. bear or carry a load,  A Laded Burden
Apparently the Cuba Avenue elders approve of spending their preachercating funds on INVENTING new RACA words to pour on the heads of anyone who will not CEASE teaching what the Bible universally teaches. It always associates music with Satan, prostitutes and Lucifer the harp-playing prostitute.  Perseus may have hacked some of these links for the literate.

UPDATED 8.15.14   WE HAVE ADDED PART TWO TO DEFINE MIRIAM AS A PROPHETESS BUT NOT PROPHET.

-WORSHIP ANDROGYNY THE PAGAN SEXUAL IDEAL PETER JONES


Plato, Euthydemus

I think you give sufficient proof, I said, that this art of the speech-writers cannot be that whose acquisition would make one happy. And yet I fancied that somewhere about this point would appear the knowledge which we have been seeking all this while.

[289e] For not only do these speech-writers themselves, when I am in their company, impress me as prodigiously clever, Cleinias, but their art itself seems so exalted as to be almost inspired. However, this is not surprising; for it is a part of the SORCERER'S art, epōdōn tekhnēs
Latin 289e:
kai mentoi ouden thaumaston: esti gar tēs tōn epōdōn tekhnēs morion mikrō te ekeinēs hupodeestera.

Thaumaston Is a Lying wonder which claims that your rituals are ordained by God.

-epōdē
, Ion. and poet. epa^oidē , , A.song sung to or over: hence, enchantment, spell, LADEN BURDEN
ou pros iatrou sophou thrēnein epōdas pros tomōnti pēmati
of the Magi, Hdt.1.132
  oute pharmaka..oud' au epōdaiPl.R. 426b ; thusiai kai e. ib.364b ;
charm for or against..,toutōn epōdas ouk epoiēsen patērA.Eu.649.

epōd-os , on, (epadō
A.singing to or over, using songs or charms to heal wounds, “epōdoi muthoi

b. Subst., enchanter,e. kai goēsE.Hipp. 1038 (but “goēs e.Ba.234): c. gen., a charm for or against,ethusen hautou paida epōdon Thrēkiōn aēmatōnA.Ag.1418 ; e. tōn toioutōn one to charm away such fears, Pl.Phd.78a.
c. c. dat., assisting, profitable, 2. Pass., sung to music,phōnaiPlu.2.622d ; fit for singing,poiētikēn e. parekhein
2. epōdos, ho, verse or passage returning at intervals, in Alcaics and Sapphics, D.H.Comp.19 ; chorus, BURDED, refrain,

Pl.Lg.903b    Athenian
Let us persuade the young man by our discourse that all things are ordered systematically by Him who cares for the World—all with a view to the preservation and excellence of the Whole, whereof also each part, so far as it can, does and suffers what is proper to it. To each of these parts, down to the smallest fraction, rulers of their action and passion are appointed to bring about fulfillment even to the uttermost

Plat. Euthyd. 290a and only slightly inferior to that. The sorcerer's art is the charming of snakes and tarantulas and scorpions and other beasts and diseases, while the other is just the charming and soothing of juries, assemblies [Ekklesia or church], crowds, and so forth. Or does it strike you differently? I asked.

No, it appears to me, he replied, to be as you say.

kēl-ēsis , eōs, , *A.  bewitching, charming, ekheōn, nosōn, Pl.Euthd. 290a: enchantment by eloquence, dikastōn k. te kai paramuthia ibid.; by music and sweet sounds, Id.R.601b, Stoic.3.97.

Plat. Rep. 601b
whether he speak in rhythm, meter [melos] and harmony [rhuthmon about cobbling or generalship or anything whatever. So mighty is the spell1 that these adornments naturally exercise; though when they are stripped bare of their musical coloring [metron] and taken by themselves,2 I think you know what sort of a showing these sayings of the poets make. For you, I believe, have observed them.” “I have,” he said. “Do they not,” said I, “resemble the faces of adolescents, young but not really beautiful, when the bloom of youth abandons them?3” “By all means,” he said. “Come, then,” said I, “consider this point: The creator of the phantom, the imitator, we say, knows nothing of the reality but only the appearance.

hōraios , fruits ripe for plucking or rippe for death.



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