1.13.20 2Chr. 11:15 And he ordained him priests for the high places, and for the devils, and for the calves which he had made

GOD:  Jesus and the tiny flock of Lost Spirits. In the World (Kosmos, Ecumenical, Kingdom of Satan) but not OF the World know that Holy Scriptures knows of no Command, Example or remote inference of anything remotely MUSICAL.

Music.  Cantillation signs guide the READER in applying a chant to Biblical 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".)

God put His WORDS into the MOUTH of A Moses, the Prophets and lastly the Man Jesus whom God made to be both Lord and Christ.  That is the meaning of SPIRIT.  God's SPIRIT produces WORDS "once delivered to the saints."

Jesus SPOKE what this SPIRIT delivered to Him without measure or METRON meaning musical melody.  God supplied no LYRIC words to mark those who Speak on their own as the "sons of the Devil."


The Philipedium: In most western European languages, the word for “read” starts with the letter “L”. These languages can be divided into two main groups — those of Latin origin and those of Germanic origin. In each of the Latin languages (Italian, Spanish, French, etc.), the modern word is derived from legere, the Latin word for “read”. The Italian word is still leggere, essentially unchanged from the Latin. In the other Romance languages, the “g” sound was lost, and so we have leer in Spanish, ler in Portuguese, and lire in French.

(Note: The Old Testament understands that instrumental music--called NOISE--was authorized only in certain dedicatory or purification rituals associated with the temple and with Jerusalem. Without both there was never any rationale for instrument to make a great crashing sound during animal sacrifices.)

"At the dedication of the later edifice, the priests blew the trumpets at the same time that the Levites sang and played upon instruments of music,

so as 'to make one sound;' but it is evident that on that great occasion of rejoicing, what was aimed at was not musical harmony, but a powerful crash of jubilant sound. We are shut up to the conclusion that

there was nothing in the tabernacle-worship, as ordered by Moses, which could be justly characterized as instrumental music." (George Girardeau, Instrumental Music, p. 29 - a Presbyterian)

Paull commanded that we SPEAK the Text for our LEARNING.  Both Ode and Psallo are words marking SORCERERS and PERVERTS.

Paul Commanded SPEAKING the Biblical Text for OUR LEARNING.  Both ODE and PSALLO are IN the heart meaning SILENT because:

The Evil Psallo in the Literature  I. In gen., to play upon a stringed instrument; esp., to play upon the cithara, to sing to the cithara: “psallere saltare elegantius,Sall. C. 25, 2  canituri,”  SING and cantare marked as SORCERY.    saltare et cantare; Cic. Catil. 2.10.23   Suet. Tit. 3

saltātor , ōris, m. salto,
I.a dancer (generally among the Romans with an accessory contemptuous signif.), Cic. Off. 1, 42, 150; id. Mur. 6, 13; id. Deiot. 10, 28; id. Fin. 3, 7, 24; Quint. 1, 12, 14; 11, 3, 89; Suet. Calig. 54; id. Ner. 6; Macr. S. 2, 10 al.

--dēlĭcĭae , ārum, f. (sing. dēlĭcĭa , ae, f.; [delicio; that which allures, flatters the senses], delight, pleasure, charm, allurement; deliciousness, luxuriousness, voluptuousness, curiosities of art; sport, frolics, etc. (freq. and class.; for syn. cf.: voluptas, libido, delectatio, oblectatio, delectamentum, oblectamentum).
E-lēgo , āvi, 1, v. a.,
I.to convey away (from the family) by bequest, to bequeath away, Petr. 43, 5; Gai. Inst. 2, 215.

The Evil Psallo psallere saltare   ēlĕgans   I. In the ante-class. period in a bad sense, luxurious, effeminate, fastidious, nice: elegans homo non dicebatur cum laude “mulier (Phrynewith formo
     Phrȳ , ēs, f., = Phrunē. I. A celebrated hetœra in Athens, so wealthy that she offered to rebuild the city of Thebes after it had been destroyed by Alexander: “nec quae deletas potuit componere Thebas Phryne,Prop. 2, 6, 6; cf. Quint. 2, 15, 9; Val. Max. 4, 3, ext. 3.—

II. A Roman courtesan, Hor. Epod. 14, 16.—



Ishtar was the prototype for the Greek Aphrodite and Roman Venus and a host of other deities—and was identified with the planet Venus as the morning and evening star. The Bible equates the worship of pagan deities with the worship of demons (Deuteronomy 32:16-17; Psalms 106:35-38; 1 Corinthians 10:20). And it’s intriguing to see that Scripture refers to Satan in his rebellion as Lucifer, the morning star (Isaiah 14:12). The devil is the real personage behind the false deity.

The Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary mentions the androgyny or gender ambiguity of Ishtar in its note on Deuteronomy 22:5 (2009, Vol. 1, p. 493), citing an enlightening source we now turn to— Gender and Aging in Mesopotamia: The Gilgamesh Epic and Other Ancient Literature by Rivkah Harris (2000).

Ishtar, Harris explains, “is androgynous, marginal, ambiguous … She is betwixt and between … Central to the goddess as paradox is her well-attested psychological and physiological androgyny. Inanna-Ishtar is both female and male … [in one place stating] ‘Though I am a woman I am a noble young man’” (pp. 160, 163).

She shattered all gender and socioeconomic distinctions—being both a royal queen and “the harlot of heaven … set out for the alehouse” (p. 166). And in all this she was the role model for her followers. Among her powers was this from a Sumerian poem: “To turn a man into a woman and a woman into a man are yours, Inanna” (p. 160).

In the Descent of Ishtar we are told of some participants in her cult: “The male prostitutes comb their hair before her … They decorate the napes of their necks with colored bands … They gird themselves with the sword belt … Their right side they adorn with women’s clothing … Their left side they cover with men’s clothing …” (p. 170). The revel and competition ended in a bloody spectacle of self-cutting (compare 1 Kings 18:28).

Harris states: “Their transvestitism simulated the androgyny of Inanna-Ishtar. It was perhaps the inversion of the male/female binary opposition that thereby neutralized this opposition. By emulating their goddess who was both female and male, they shattered the boundary between the sexes” (pp. 170-171). This was seen as a way of rising above the prison of the flesh.

In Genesis 1 Adam was made of DUST meaning that he was an Aborigine.  God made them male and female the ANTITHESIS of Babylonianism which resurfaces in Revelation 17.  The Mother Prostitute goddess could be male or female and her priests in Revelation 18 are "lusted after fruits" (as in Amos 8).  They serve as ANY or ALL religious crafts, singers, players of instruments and Go calls them SORCERERS using the tithe original Semiramis. That is why they will all be CAST ALIVE INTO THE LAKE OF FIRE.

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Almost all of those seeing godliness as a means of financial gain use ALL mentions of singing with or without instruments as a way to "save more souls" an confiscate your property.

ALL words such as witchcraft, charming, enchantment or Sorcery uses music as a MEANS of "conversion" or "subversion" of all opposition.

All religious singers or musicians are "cunning craftsmen or sophist" replacing SCRIPTURE with their own songs or sermons as justification for picking the widow's purse.  Jesus said that "God Hides" from these self-authoring speakers, singers or instrument players.

Religious musicians or even those who, as parasites, will do ANYTHING to eat at the rich man's table.

Whatever the "preferences" of priesthoods or preacher hoods beyond "teaching that which has been taught" demonstrate a PERSONA which causes up to half of a congregation to FLEE.

The command is to SPEAK that which is written for our learning.  Based on the number of Disciples (students) alive at this time, it is reasonable to say that centered around the RIGHT TIME there has been no greater SPIRITUAL and many PHYSICAL tribulation when your church as Safe House is taken from you with strong psychological violence.
Matt. 24:21 For then shall be great tribulation,
        such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.
Matt. 24:22 And except those days should be shortened,
        there should no flesh be saved:
        but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.
Matt. 24:23 Then if any man shall say unto you,
        Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not.
Matt. 24:24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false PROPHETS,
        and shall shew great signs and WONDERS;
        insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.
Matt. 24:25 Behold, I have told you before.
Matt. 24:26 Wherefore if they shall say unto you,
        Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth:
        behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not.
Matt. 24:27 For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west;
        so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.
Matt. 24:28 For wheresoever the carcase is,
        there will the eagles be gathered together

Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? Matthew 7:22

Prophēt-euō  one who speaks for a god and interprets his wil
A. to be a prophētēs or interpreter of the gods, “manteueo, Moisa, prophateusō d' egōPi. l.c.; tis prophēteuei theou; who is his interpreter?E.Ion 413
IV. to be a quack doctor, mania . . prophēteusasawith oracular power, Pl.Phdr.244d:

-Prophêtês interpreter, expounder of the will of Zeus, of Tiresias, Pi.N.1.60; Bakkhou p., perh. of Orpheus, E.Rh.972; [Dionusou p., of the Bacchae, Id.Ba.551
Delphic Apollo, “Dios p. esti Loxias patrosA.Eu.19; of the minister [female] and interpreter at Delphi, Hdt.8.36,37  Mousôn prophêtai interpreters of the Muses, Plat.

Prophêtis  [fem. of prophêtês] of the Pythia 2. prophet's wife, LXXIs. 8.3.
(Puthia). The priestess of Apollo at Delphi who pronounced the oracles. See Delphi; Oraculum
   Puthios [u_; i_ metri gr. in h.Ap.373], a, on, ( [Pu_thô] ) Pythian, i.e. Delphian, epith. of Apollo, l.c., Pi.O.14.11, etc. (P. alone is f.l. in E. Ion 285); enPuthiou in

"Singing served as a means of inducing ecstatic prophecy (speaking in tongues). Thus the essential relationship between music and prophecy can be clearly seen. This relationship also explains why the expression for "making music" and "prophesying" was often identical in the ancient tongues. origen contra celsum 8.67.
      The Hebrew word
Naba signifies not only "to prophesy" but also "to make music." (Quasten, Johannes, Music and Worship in Pagan and Christian Antiquity, p. 39)

MARK: SORCERY would be identified by a Preacher with no Biblical knowledge being able to CONVINCE "milling Masses or Beast" that ADDING the Mark of the Beast is by the direction of a SPIRIT.  They plan to REPURPOSE your church or confiscate it. HERESY is taking other people's property for their own use.  Their SPIRITUS is that of Apollo, Apollon or Abaddon who is the LEADER OF THE MUSES.  These female worship team were know as adulteresses: That includes "corrupting the Word or selling your learning at retail."

Plato, Euthydemus
[289e] For not only do these speech-writers themselves, when I am in their company,
epistēmē  With enough money you can get a degree in epistemology to Take in hand metakheir-izō 4. practise, pursue an art, study, etc., metakheirizesthai mousikēn, philosophian, paideian,
impress me as prodigiously clever, Cleinias,
but their ART itself seems so exalted as to be almost inspired.

thaumaston  Claiming that your song or sermon or anything is divine is a LYING WONDER thaumaston ganoōntah.Cer.10; . Id.Smp.192b;
thaumaston ganoōnta  hupo tēs ōdēs, under the glamour of song, geg. kai anthēros, of oratorical
  anthēros,  “khloēE.Cyc.541; of music of music, a. kai malakē harmonia , etc., fresh, newal “theōria public spectacle at the theatre or games, Ar.V.1005, X.Hier.1.12; tou Dionusou th. the Dionysia, Pl.Lg.650a.
        melet-ē c. freq. of orators OR POETS, rehearsal, declamation
Plat. Sym. 192b they are boy-lovers, and have no natural interest in wiving and getting children, but only do these things under stress of custom; they are quite contented to live together unwedded all their days. A man of this sort is at any rate born to be a lover of boys or the willing mate of a man, eagerly greeting his own kind. Well, when one of them—whether he be a boy-lover [paiderastēs] or a lover of any other sort
        obviously the soul of each is wishing for something else that it cannot express,

Hdt. 9.122 Go ahead and do this,” he said; “but if you do so, be prepared no longer to be rulers but rather subjects. Soft lands breed soft men; wondrous fruits of the earth and valiant warriors grow not from the same soil
Matt. 7:15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
John 10:12 But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep.
Acts 20:29 For I know this, that after my departing shall grievous wolves enter in among you, not sparing the flock.

Wolf   This now archaic term was used in New York's homosexual underworld early in the 20th Century to refer to an adult man who pursued boys as sexual partners. The wolf often identified as heterosexual, and his sexual behavior fit the pattern of Greco-Roman pederasty. This form of same-sex eroticism may have come to New York via Italian immigrants. In many regions of Italy at the time, pederasty was tolerated, or at least not as stigmatized as it is today.

prin ken l. oin humenaioi  hōs lukoi arn' agapōsin, of treacherous or unnatural love, VI. nickname of paiderastai, AP12.250 (Strat.), cf. Pl.Phdr. 241d.

Q. Horatius Flaccus, Odes

1.17 The pleasures of Lucretilis

Tempt Faunus from his Grecian seat;
He keeps my little goats in bliss [capella=She Goats]
Apart from wind, and rain, and heat.

In safety rambling o'er the sward

For arbutes and for thyme they peer,
The ladies of the unfragrant lord,
Nor vipers, green with venom, fear,
Nor savage wolves, of Mars' own breed,

My Tyndaris, while Ustica's dell

Is vocal with the silvan reed,
And music thrills the limestone fell.
Heaven is my guardian; heaven approves
A blameless life, by song made sweet;
Come hither, and the fields and groves

Their horn shall empty at your feet.

Here, shelter'd by a friendiy tree,
In Teian measures you shall sing
Bright Circe and Penelope,
Love-smitten both by one sharp sting.

Here shall you quaff beneath the shade

Sweet Lesbian draughts that injure none,
Nor fear lest Mars the realm invade
Of Semele's Thyonian son,
Lest Cyrus on a foe too weak
Lay the rude hand of wild excess,
His passion on your chaplet wreak,
Or spoil your undeserving dress.
Pind. P. 3 [10] arrows of Artemis in her bedroom and descended to the house of Hades, by the skills of Apollon. The anger of the children of Zeus is not in vain. But she made light of Apollon, in the error of her mind, and consented to another marriage without her father's knowledge, although she had before lain with Phoebus [Apollon's female persona]  of the unshorn hair, [15] and was bearing within her the pure seed of the god. She did not wait for the marriage-feast to come, nor for the full-voiced cry of the hymenaeal chorus,    
        such things as unmarried girls her own age love to murmur in evening songs to their companion.
If I had reached his shores bringing a double blessing, golden health and a victory-song [Nike,, Nicolatains]  to add brilliance to his garlands from the Pythian games, which once Pherenicus took when he was the best at Cirrha,

Pind. N. 9. Muses, we will go in victory procession from Apollo's shrine in Sicyon to newly-founded Aetna, where the doors flung open wide are overwhelmed by guests, at the prosperous home of Chromius. Make a sweet song of verses...For if, together with many possessions, a man wins renown and glory, there is no higher peak on which a mortal can set his feet. Peace loves the symposium, and new-flourishing victory is fostered by soft song, and the voice becomes bold beside the mixing-bowl. [50] Let someone mix the wine now, the sweet forerunner of victory-song, and dispense the powerful son of the vine in those silver goblets
Plat. Euthyd. 290a  and only slightly inferior to that. The sorcerer's [epōdōn] 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 [
ekklēsiastōn], crowds, and so forth. Or does it strike you differently?
                but to the most part of men cruel and extreme. [Savage]
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.
2. criticize in a pettifogging way, “tous poiētas  lay verbal traps for one, ton rhētora boulomenos dikaiōs
-epōdē , Ion. and poet. epa^oidē , , A.song sung to or over: hence, enchantment, spell, BURDEN
ou pros iatrou sophou thrēnein epōdas pros tomōnti pēmati
of the Magi, Hdt.1.132
   oute pharmaka..oud' au epōdai Pl.R. 426b ; thusiai kai e. ib.364b ;
charm for or against..,toutōn epōdas ouk epoiēsen patērA.Eu.649.
Rev. 18:22 And the voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters,
        shall be heard no more at all in thee;
and no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be,
        shall be found any more in thee;
and the sound of a millstone
        shall be heard no more at all in thee;
Rev. 18:23 And the light of a candle
        shall shine no more at all in thee;
and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride
        shall be heard no more at all in thee:
for thy merchants were the great men of the earth;
        for by thy SORCERIES were all nations DECEIVED.
Rev. 18:24 And in her was found the blood of prophets, and of saints,
        and of all that were slain upon the earth.

3. enchanted potion, philtre: hence, charm, spell,
such charms have I, Hdt.3.85, cf. Apoc.9.21.

The text which no professional religionist is allowed to read:

Eph. 5:17 Wherefore be ye not unwise,
        but understanding what the WILL OF THE
Matt. 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven;
        but he that DOETH the
WILL OF MY FATHER which is in heaven.
The Command is to SPEAK the Will of the Father. A Child WILL Speak the SCRIPTURES as a MARK.
Jesus said that God HIDES from the Wise or Sophists meaning Speakers, singers or instrument players called SORCERERS.

Eph. 5:18KJV And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess;  [Fluted down with winee]
        BUT be filled with the SPIRIT;
Eph. 5:19 SpeakING       [Lexis is the Opposite of Ode as enchantment]
        \ to YOURSELVES [place]
        \ in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs,   [ALL Scripture: That which is written for our LEARNING]
Filled Impleo voce deos [Voice of god]
sententĭa  I.a way of thinking, opinion, judgment, sentiment. verba
verba  Word or logos  ERō, whence eirō and rhēma, what is spoken opposite of DOING. Opposite “verborum sonitus inanis,

Quintilian Institutio Oratoria Book I

2 In this portion of my work I will give but one golden rule: to do all these things, he must understand what he reads.
        But above all his reading must be manly, combining dignity and charm [grace]; it must be different from the reading of prose,
        for poetry is song and poets claim to be singers.
        But this fact does not justify degenerating into sing-song or the effeminate modulations now in vogue

Being filled with the SPIRIT is further explained:

Col. 3:16 Let the WORD OF CHRIST dwell in you richly in all wisdom TO "Teach and Admonish" TO PUT IN MIND

SPIRIT always produces WORD:  Word IS Spirit and Life (John 6:63)

"BUT" implied
                makING melody
                        \ IN your HEART TO THE LORD.  EN g1722 PLACE. a relation of REST (intermediate between 1519 EIS and 1537);
-LOGOS 4.speech, delivered in court, assembly
VI. verbal expression or utterance, lego, lexis
      -Lexis A.speech, OPPOSITE ôidê

-ôidê, 1.art of song 5. = eppsdê, spell, incantation
epōdos, magic song, spell, Longus 2.7.

en tais ōdais kai melesin Melos is the word required to ADD even a one-note melody to a song.
Neither Paul nor the Spirit were ignorant as theologians insist.
Plutarch.Antonius.24.1 For in the city EPHESUS, WOMEN, attired as [Bacchanals] they go in the feasts and sacrifice of [Dionysus] Bacchus, [Wrath or Orgy]
        came out to meet him with such solemnities and ceremonies
        as are then used: with men and children disguised like fauns and satyrs. Soph. OT 4
For straight, [The pattern] Lute-Players like

        one Anaxenor, a player of the cithern [guitarist],
        Xoutus, a player of the flute,
        Metrodorus a tumbler, [orkhēstēs]
        and such a rabble of minstrels and
        fit ministers for the pleasures of Asia [thia^s-os  Bacchic revel, rout Mousōn]
                (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.
Moreover, the city was full of ivy, and darts [SHAKEN REEDS]

        wreathed about with ivy, [HIDING A SPEAR]
        psalterions , flutes, and howboyes [hautboys]; [Oboe]
        and in their songs they called him Bacchus, father of mirth, courteous and gentle
                and so was he unto some,
                but to the most part of men cruel and extreme. [Savage]

, 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.
2. criticize in a pettifogging way, “tous poiētas  lay verbal traps for one, ton rhētora boulomenos dikaiōs

kēl-eō ,
A.charm, bewitch, beguile, esp. by music, “korēn humnoisiE.Alc.359; “ōdaisPl.Ly.206b; “kēlōn phōnē hōsper OrpheusId.Prt.315a, cf.Luc.Ind.12; houtōs ekēlei, of Pericles as an orator, Eup.94.6; epadōn k. charm by incantation, Pl.Phdr.267d; me kēlēseis tropō; Achae.17.2; of bribery, Theopomp.Com.30:—Pass., “kēleitai aoidaisArchil. ap. Phld.Mus. p.20 K., cf. Pi.Dith.2.22; “hupo sou hōsper ophis kēlēthēnaiPl.R.358b; “hupo dōrōn kēloumenosId.Lg.885d; “huph' hēdonēs kēlētheisId.R.413c; “eph' hois katorthōsantes euphranthēsontai, toutois kekēlēntaiAeschin.1.191; “para tais SeirēsinArist.EE1230b35: rarely in good sense, “paideia ton noun kēlētheisPl.Ep.333c.

   “sukophantēs kai e. tēn phusinD.25.96; hōsper e. ē skorpios ērkōs to kentron ib.52; cf. ekhidna.

Serpent and Devil Worship and Instrumental Music.
Homolectics from homilos "An assemblied throng" is using the principless of SOPHIA as Music or RHETORIC in preaching before a MOB. A gospel preacher is a kerusso or Herald who with Presbyters "teaches by READING that which has been written.

1Corinthians 1:10 Now I beseech you, brethren,
       by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,
        that ye ALL SPEAK  the same thing,
        and that there be no divisions among you;
        but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same MIND and in the same judgment.

Lego   of oracles, to say, declare.:to recite what is written, labe to biblion kai lege     analegomai, epilegomai.

Analegō    pick up, gather up [lections] read through,to peri psukhēs gramm' analexamenos
ek biblōn a. collect materials from books,

, con over, read, to bublion, ta grammata,
legō 9. to boast of, tell of, Xen.: to RECITE what is WRITTEN, labe to biblion kai lege Plat., etc.:—but the sense of Lat. lego, to read, only occurs in compds., analegomai, epilegomai.
1.t o say, speak, Hdt., Trag., etc.; lege say on, Hdt.; so, legois an Plat.: of oracles, to say, declare,
Biblion 4. ta b. ta hagia the sacred books or Scriptures, LXX 1 Ma.12.9; ta b. tou nomou ib.1.56.

2Cor. 1:13 For we write none other things unto you, than what ye read or acknowledge; and I trust ye shall acknowledge even to the end;

Col. 4:16 And when this epistle is read among you, cause that it be read also in the church of the Laodiceans; and that ye likewise read the epistle from Laodicea.

1Th. 5:27 I charge you by the Lord that this epistle be read unto all the holy brethren.
John 12:46 I am come a LIGHT into the world,
        that whosoever believeth on me should not abide in darkness.
John 12:47 And if any man hear my
WORDS, and believe not, 
         I judge him not: for I came not to judge the world, but to save the world.

John 12:48 He that rejecteth me, and RECEIVETH not my WORDS,
        hath one that judgeth him:
        the WORD that I have SPOKEN, the same shall judge him in the last day.
athet-eō  set at naught a treaty, promis 1. SAMUEL 2.[17] The sin of the young men was very great before Yahweh; for the men despised the offering of Yahweh

Is. 8:19 And when they shall say unto you,
        Seek unto them that have familiar spirits,  [Witch of Endor]
        and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter:
pythonibus et a divinis qui stridunt in incantationibus
        should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?

Pȳtho  Apollon. divinatioApollonian Pythia the Priestes who uttered responses cantat Tibicen [flute] oraculum,SUNG
incantātĭo , ōnis, f. id., I. an enchanting, enchantment (post-class.): magicae, Firm. Math. 5, 5: incantationum vires,
Is. 8:20 To the law and to the testimony:
         if they SPEAK not according to this WORD,
        it is because THERE IS NO LIGHT IN THEM .
John 12:49 For I have not spoken of MYSELF;
        but the Father which sent me,
        he gave me a commandment,
        what I should SAY, and what I should SPEAK.
John 12:50 And I know that his COMMANDMENTS is LIFE everlasting:
        whatsoever I
SPEAK therefore,
        even as the Father said unto me, so I

1Peter 4:11 If any man
SPEAK, let him speak as the ORACLES of God;
        if any man minister [serve, deacon], let him do it as of the ability which God giveth:
        that God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ,
        to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. Amen

G3670 homologeo hom-ol-og-eh'-o From a compound of the base of G3674 and G3056 ; to assent, that is, covenant, acknowledge:con- (pro-) fess, confession is made, give thanks, promise.

Then there can be no OPINIONS EXPRESSED:
Log-ion , to, A.oracle, esp. one preserved from antiquity,
2. ta l. Kuriou the sayings of the Lord, LXX Ps.11(12).6, cf.Act.Ap.7.38, Ep.Rom.3.2, 1 Ep.Pet.4.11.

I. , say the same thing as,
2. agree to a thing, grant, concede, 3. agree or promise to do,
b. c. acc., promise, tēs epaggelias hēs (for hēn) “hōmologēsen ho theos AbraamAct.Ap.7.17 ; “theō hupsistō eukhēn Aurēlios Asklapōn, hēn hōmologēsen en RhōmēI

John 8:44 Ye are of your father the devil,
        and the lusts of your father ye will do.
        He was a murderer from the beginning,
        and abode not in the truth,
                 because there is no truth in him.
        When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own:
                for he is a liar, and the father of it.

Homilectics, Rhetoric, Singing, Playing instruments is SORCERY guided by your Father with Apollyon the Leader of the Locusts or Muses.

John 8:37 I know that ye are Abrahams seed; but ye seek to kill me,
........... because my word (logos) hath no place in you.

John 8: 38 I SPEAK that which I have seen with my Father:
........... and ye DO that which ye have seen with your father.

Fabricate is doing the will of the DEVIL

Latin: făcĭo : “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 = edere commercium sermonis, conjurationes,

Corrupting the WORD is "selling learning at retail" or prostitution.

com-mercĭum  The Lucifer the singing and harp-playing prostitute PATTERN.
Commercial intercourse, trade, traffic, commerce: commercium habere cum Musis,

Is. 18:3 All ye inhabitants of the world, and dwellers on the earth, see ye, when he lifteth up an ensign on the mountains; and when he bloweth a trumpet, hear ye.
  audiendique, auditis sermonibus, clangorem tubae, ib: “Isa. 18, 3: symphoniam,
psaltrĭa , ae, f., = psaltria  .a female player on the cithara, a lutist

carmen  citharae liquidum carmen,” “barbaricum  With allusion to playing on the cithara:
Apollinem) concordant carmina nervis

Greek: POIEO ton Apollōn,   4. after Hom., of Poets, compose, write, p. dithurambon, epea, Hdt.1.23, 4.14; “p. theogoniēn HellēsiId.2.53; p. Phaidran, Saturous, [BEAST]
c. describe in verse,theon en epesinPl.R.379a; epoiēsa muthous  khrēstēriōn, communicate by a messenger, an oracle,
p. tēn mousikēn practise it, Pl.Phd.60e, mousi^kē (sc. tekhnē), , A. any art over which the Muses presided, esp. poetry sung to music, Pi.O.1.15, Hdt.6.129; mousikēs agōn

JUBAL was the Father (sperma) of all of those who HANDLE (without authority) Musical Instrumeents.

Isaiah 55 defined the Free Water of the Word and commanded the SERFS not to pay for it.
Isaiah 58 outlawed seeking your own pleasure or Speaking your own words which the Spirit left to identify the sons of the Devil.
Romans 14 outlawed any speaking which did not edify or educate.
Fomans 15 outlawed Self-plesure which is any rhetorical, homilectic, musical or scenic performance so that "We might all use one mind nd one mouth to sppeak that which is WRITTEN for our learning" or Scripture for our Comfort as how Jesus in His state of Holy Spirit provides through His words which He said are SPIRIT and are LIFE.


Matt. 28:16 Then the ELEVEN disciples went away into Galilee,
        into a mountain where Jesus had appointed them.
Matt. 28:17 And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted.
Matt. 28:18 And Jesus came and SPAKE unto them,
         SAYING, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.
Matt. 28:19 Go ye therefore,  and TEACH all nations,
        baptizing them in the name [singular] of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:
Matt. 28:20 TEACHING them to observe all things
         whatsoever I have commanded you: and,
        lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.

A Church of Christ or a SCHOOL which does not come with obversation meaning religious observations. has only one POWER.

     Is. 28:16 Therefore thus saith the Lord God,Behold,
            I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone, a tried stone, a precious corner stone,
            a sure foundation: he that believeth shall not make haste.
Rom. 15:20 Yea, so have I strived to preach THE GOSPEL,
         not where Christ was named, lest I should build upon another man’s foundation:
Eph. 2:19 Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners,
        but fellowcitizens with the saints,
        and of the household of God; [NOT a worshiping INSTITUTION]
Eph. 2:20 And are built upon [Educated]
        the foundation of the apostles and prophets,
        Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone;

Mark 4:14 The sower soweth the WORD.
Mark 4:15 And these are they by the way side, where the word is sown;
        but when they have heard,
        Satan cometh immediately,
        and taketh away the word that was sown in their hearts.

God puts His WORDS into the MOUTH of the Prophets and apostles.  "Spirit" is a figurative or PARABLE word to fool the sellers of the Word and replaced by their OWN words.

Eph. 3:5 Which in other ages was not made known unto the sons of men,
        as it is NOW REVEALED
        unto his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit;

The only WORSHIP concept:

2Pet. 3:2 That ye may be MINDFUL of the words
        which were spoken before by the holy prophets,
        and of the commandment of us the apostles of the Lord and Saviour:

Rev. 19:10 And I fell at his feet to worship him.
        And he said unto me, See thou do it not: I am thy fellowservant,
        and of thy brethren that have the TESTIMONY of Jesus: worship God:
        for the
TESTIMONY of Jesus is the SPIRIT of prophecy.



Manthanō , ENROLLlearn, esp. by study (but also, by practice
g3100.  matheteuo, math-ayt-yoo´-o; from 3101; intransitively, to become a pupil; transitively, to disciple,
        i.e. enrol as scholar: — be disciple, instruct, teach.

Baptism SAVES because it requests A good conscience or A holy spirit before one can become a student and read BLACK text on BROWN Paper (2 Cor. 3)

God promised David a House or FAMILY but David built God a Temple but God is now worshipped ih houses built by human hands nor is He worshiped by the works of human hands.  The House or Family of Godis the LAOS and excludes Scribes or Pharisees, hypocrites mrking performance preaching for pay, singing or playing instruments.

The command is to SPEAK one to another which outlaws preaching, singing or playing instruments.

homi_l-ētēs , ou, ho, A.disciple, scholar, X.Mem., Luc.Tim.10, Philostr.VA1.16, Gal.10.22 ; “tōn theōn
Xen. Sym. 3.4 “Certainly it is,” replied Antisthenes, “and the least debatable kind, too; for though courage and wisdom appear at times to work injury both to one's friends and to the state, righteousness and unrighteousness never overlap at a single point.”
    1 The word dikaiosunē, translated here by “righteousness,” is sometimes well represented by justice or honesty.



Psalm 150 and others mentioning instruments is not a Psalm but a PRAISE or HALAL. The Zoe Group and HALAL group are named after Lucifer , Acappella is named after Caper or Capella, the GOAT of the Jews, is a Goat Constellation
g5795.  aze; from 5810; a she-goat (as strong), but masculine in plural (which also is used ellipt. for goat’s hair):—(she) goat, kid.
g5799. {aza}zel, az-aw-zale´; from 5795 and 235; goat of departure; the scapegoat:—scapegoat.
g5810.  {azaz, aw-zaz´; a primitive root; to be stout (literally or figuratively):—harden, impudent, prevail, strengthen (self), be strong.

As a result of the Fall of Nadab and Abihu, the need for perpetual atonement was required and they were forced to us AZAZEL to pretend to carry away their sins.  Jude warned against the Mount Sinai musical idolatry and the only protection is to Teach the Once for all time Delivered Word.

Jude 14 And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints,
15 To execute judgment upon all, and to convince all that are ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they have ungodly committed, and of all their hard speeches which ungodly sinners have spoken against him.

Jude 16 These are murmurers, complainers [blaming Fate], walking after their own lusts; and their mouth speaketh great swelling words, having mens persons in admiration because of advantage. thaumazontes lying wonders for HIRE.

1113.  goggustes, gong-goos-tace´; from 1111; a grumbler: — murmurer.
1114.  goes, go´-ace; from goa¿w goao (to wail); properly, a wizard (as muttering spells), i.e. (by implication) an imposter: — seducer.

goês   A. SORCERER [Mirian and Levites], wizard, Phoronis 2, Hdt.2.33,4.105, Pl.R. 380d, Phld.Ir.p.29 W.; “g. epōdos Ludias apo khthonosE.Ba.234, cf. Hipp.1038; prob. f.l. for boēsi Hdt.7.191
khthonos    3. Earth, as a goddess, A.Pr.207, Eu.6.  Khthonos is the SURFACE of the Earth opposite ouranō
A.Ag.576; hupo khthonos, of the nether world,Tartaron
those in the shades below, Id.Ch.833


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Speaking of the Pharisees [speakers, singers, instrument players, hypocrites Ezek 33 Jesus said:

John 8:21 Then said Jesus again unto them,
        I go my way, and ye shall seek me,
         and shall die in your sins: whither I go, ye cannot come.
John 8:22 Then said the JEWS, Will he kill himself? because he saith, Whither I go, ye cannot come.
John 8:23 And he said unto them,
        Ye are from beneath
; [g2736 katotero g2737.   katoteros hades]
        I am from above: ye are of this WORLD; I am not of this world.
Is. 28:15 Because ye have said,
        We have made a covenant with death,
        and with hell [SHEOL] are we at agreement;
        when the overflowing scourge shall pass through,
        it shall not come unto us: for we have made LIES our refuge,
         and under FALSEHOOD have we hid ourselves:
Is. 28:16 Therefore thus saith the Lord God,
        Behold, I lay in Zion for a
FOUNDATION a stone, a tried stone, a precious corner stone,
        a sure
FOUNDATION: he that believeth shall not make haste.
Rom. 15:20 Yea, so have I strived to preach THE GOSPEL,
         not where Christ was named,
        lest I should build upon another man’s FOUNDATION:
Eph. 2:19 Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners,
FOUNDATION with the saints,
        and of the household of God; [NOT a worshiping INSTITUTION]
Eph. 2:20 And are built upon [Educated]
FOUNDATION of the apostles and prophets,
        Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone;

The Word or LOGOS is the MIND of God put into the MOUTH of Jesus Christ. SPIRIT is a parable word to define that God does not NEED another god person or a maker of songs or sermons. It is defined as the REGULATIVE PRINCIPLE and outlaws anything beyond SPEAKING (opposite of sing) or READ.

Mark 4:14 The sower soweth the WORD.
[That is spelled CENI supported by all historic scholars]
Mark 4:15 And these are they by the way side, where the word is sown;
        but when they have heard,
        SATAN cometh immediately,
        and taketh away the word that was sown in their hearts.

Jesus was sent to collect LOST SPIRITS and His Kingdom is Reserved unto FIRE.
The kingdom is NOT where Visual and Audible Performers self-exhibit.
The Church is defines as a Safe House, an UMBRELLICUM and there will be no Homilectics, Hermeneutics or Rhetoricians BY DEFINE WILL
Is. 28:17 Judgment also will I lay to the line,
        and righteousness to the plummet:
        and the hail shall sweep away the refuge of lies,
        and the waters shall overflow the hiding place.
Is. 28:18 And your covenant with death shall be disannulled,
        and your agreement with hell shall not stand;
        when the overflowing scourge shall pass through,
        then ye shall be trodden down by it.

John 8:24 I said therefore unto you,
        that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins.
John 8:25 Then said they unto him, Who art thou? And Jesus saith unto them,
        Even the same that I said unto you from the beginning

"Scholars" operating the Temples of Disinformation insist that GOD CAME IN THE FLESH.
John said that ANTICHRISTS deny that the MAN Jesus of Nazareth deny that CHRIST CAME IN THE FLESH.

Messianic Jews believe that Jesus was the Messiah for Jews and the NEW Covenant is the OLD Covenant.
John 8:22 Then said the JEWS, Will he kill himself? because he saith, Whither I go, ye cannot come.
John 8:23 And he said unto them,
        Ye are from beneath
; [g2736 katotero g2737.   katoteros hades]
        I am from above: ye are of this WORLD; I am not of this world.
The World, Kosmos, Ecumenical the kingdom of the Devil OPPOSED to the kingdom of God. Markedd by sexuality and homosexuality as the Instrumental-Trinitarian-Perverted idolatry at Mount Sinai which ws beyond redemption.

or Sorcery as the MARK of those from TARTARUS.

Epôidos [epaidô] I.singing to or over: as Subst. an ENCHANTER, Eur.: c. gen. acting as a charm for or against, Aesch., Plat. 2. pass. sung or said after, morphês epôidon Called after this form, 
II. in metre, epôidos, ho, a verse or passage returning at intervals, a chorus, burden, refrain, as in Theocr.
E.Ba.234 Euripides, Bacchae Pentheus  [215]  I happened to be at a distance from this land,
        when I heard of strange EVILS  throughout this city,
        that the women have left our homes in contrived Bacchic RITES,
        and rush about in the shadowy mountains,
        honoring with dances [220]  this new deity [daimona] Dionysus, whoever he is.
        I hear that mixing-bowls stand full in the midst of their assemblies,
        and that they each creep off different ways into secrecy to serve the beds of men,
        on the pretext that they are Maenads worshipping; [225] 
        but they consider Aphrodite before Bacchus.
thia^s-os  hēlikōnId.IT1146; “MousōnAr.Th.41; enoplios th., of warriors, E.Ph.796; “Kentaurikos kai Saturikos
thaumaston hēlikon [LYING WONDERS]
BEAST is a new style of Mousa and.Saturikos drama.  They regularly formed the chorus in the Satyr-plays that were given in connection with tragedie
 kanakhan [Clanging]. . theias antiluron [Playing the Lyre or Guitar]  mousas

Hesiod Theogony [25] the Muses of Olympus, daughters of Zeus who holds the aegis: "Shepherds of the wilderness, wretched things of shame, mere bellies, we know how to speak many false things as though they were true; but we know, when we will, to utter true things."

Rev. 18:20 Rejoice over her, thou heaven,
        and ye holy apostles and prophets; for God hath avenged you on her.
Rev. 18:21 And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all.
Rev. 18:22 And the voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters, shall be heard no more at all in thee; and no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the sound of a millstone [Grinders-Prostitutes] shall be heard no more at all in thee;
Rev. 18:23 And the light of a candle [The seven spirits which rested on Christ]
        shall shine no more at all in thee;
        and the voice of the bridegroom and of the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee:
        for thy MERCHANTS were the great men of the earth;
        for by thy SORCERES [
pharmakeus kai sophistē] were all nations deceived.
Rev. 18:24 And in her was found the blood of prophets,

Merchants then and now:

homilia 1 homileōI. a being together, communion, intercourse, converse, company, Lat. commercium,    

commercium,  1. The right to trade as merchants, a mercantile right: 
sermonis, commercium habere cum Musis,
B. Esp., forbidden intercourse, illicit commerce: “libidinis

Mousa  music, song, “m. stugeraA.Eu.308 (anap.); “euphamosId.Supp.695 (lyr.); “kanakhan . . theias antiluron mousas
Aristoph. Cl. 972 Then again, their master would teach them, not sitting cross-legged, to learn by rote a song, either “pallada persepolin deinan” or “teleporon ti boama” raising to a higher pitch the harmony which our fathers transmitted to us. But if any of them were to play the buffoon, or to turn any quavers,...Nor used he to go to his lover, having made up his voice in an effeminate tone, prostituting himself with his eyes.

Ion by Socrates:. Only too well; for I look down upon them from the stage,

and behold the various emotions of pity, wonder, sternness, stamped upon their countenances when I am speaking:
and I am obliged to give my very best attention to them; for

if I make them cry I myself shall laugh,
and if I make them laugh I myself shall cry
when the time of payment arrives.


For I have to pay the closest attention to them;
        since, if I set them crying,
I shall laugh myself because of the money I take,
        but if they
laugh, I myself shall cry because of the money I lose.
Soph. Trach. 640
Greeks hold famous council
near Thermopylae's gateway;
for you the sound of the sweet-voiced flute.40
will soon arise, and not with a cry
of grating agony, but
with the lyrical tones of sacred song!
For the child of Alcména, Zeus's son,
is speeding his way toward home, and bringing
trophies of might and valor.

Aristoph. Thes. 1
Servant of Agathon

Standing on the threshold; solemnly
Silence! oh, people! [40] keep your mouths sedately shut! The chorus of the Muses is moulding songs at my master's hearth. Let the winds hold their breath in the silent Aether! Let the azure waves cease murmuring on the shore!

Hes. Th. 25
Hera of Argos who walks on golden sandals, and the daughter of Zeus the aegis-holder bright-eyed Athena, and Phoebus [effeminate nickname] Apollon, and Artemis who delights in arrows
2.juggler, cheat,deinos g. kai pharmakeus kai sophistēsPl.Smp.203d; “deinon kai g. kai sophistēn . . onomazōnD.18.276; “apistos g. ponērosId.19.109; “magos kai g.Aeschin.3.137: Comp. “goētoterosAch.Tat.6.7 (s. v. l.). (Cf. Lith. žavēti 'incantare'.)

sophis-tēs , ou, ho, A.master of one's craft, adept, expert, of diviners, Hdt.2.49; of poets, “meletan sophistais prosbalonPi.I.5(4).28, cf. Cratin.2; of musicians, “sophistēs . . parapaiōn khelun

Book of Enoch 8:1 And Azazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all 8: 3 were led astray, and became corrupt in all their ways. Semjaza taught enchantments, and root-cuttings, 'Armaros the resolving of enchantments, Baraqijal (taught) astrology,

Lev. 16:27 And the bullock for the sin offering, and the goat for the sin offering, whose blood was brought in to make atonement in the holy place, shall one carry forth without the camp; and they shall burn in the fire their skins, and their flesh, and their dung.
g8163. saiyr, saw-eer´ from 8175; shaggy; as noun, a he-goat; by analogy, a faun:—devil, goat, hairy, kid, rough, satyr.
Deut. 32:17 They sacrificed unto DEVILS, not to God;
         to gods whom they knew not, to new gods that came newly up,
         whom your fathers feared not.
2Chr. 11:14 For the Levites left their suburbs and their possession,
        and came to Judah and Jerusalem:
        for Jeroboam and his sons had cast them off from executing the priest’s office unto the Lord:
2Chr. 11:15 And he ordained him priests for the HIGH places, and for the DEVILS, and for the calves which he had made.
g8163.saiyr, saw-eer´; or rIoDc sabir, saw-eer´; from 8175; shaggy; as noun, a he-goat; by analogy, a faun:—devil, goat, hairy, kid, rough, satyr.
Psa. 106:37 Yea, they sacrificed their sons and their daughters unto devils,
g7700. d´v shed, shade; from 7736; a doemon (as malignant):—devil.

1Cor. 10:6 Now these things were our EXAMPLES,
        to the intent we should not lust after evil things,
as they also lusted.

1Cor. 10:7 Neither be ye idolaters, as were some of them; as it is written,
        The people sat down to eat and drink, and rose up to play.

paizō ,   2. esp. dance, “paisateOd.8.251; “dōma peristenakhizeto possin andrōn paizontōn23.147, cf. Hes.Sc.277; “p. te kai khoreuein Ar.Ra.409, cf. 390; “enoplia khalkōtheis epaizenPi.O.13.86:—Pass., alla pepaistai metriōs hēmin, of the chorus, Ar. Th.1227.
4. play on a musical instrument, h.Ap.206: c. acc., “Pan ho kalamophthogga paizōnAr.Ra.230; dance and sing, Pi. O.1.16.
5. play amorously, “pros allēlousX.Smp.9.2;
230kai kerobatas Pan ho kalamophthogga paizōn:
prosepiterpetai d' ho phormiktas Apollōn,
Ludo —Esp., to play on an instrument of music, to make or compose music or song: “ludere quae vellem calamo permisit agresti,Verg. E. 1, 10: “talia fumosi luduntur mense Decembri,Ov. Tr. 2, 491: “quod tenerae cantent, lusit tua musa, puellae,id. Am. 3, 1, 27: “coloni Versibus incomptis ludunt,Verg. G. 2, 386: “carmina pastorum,id. ib. 4, 565; Suet. Ner. 3: “si quid vacui sub umbra Lusimus tecum,Hor. C. 1, 22, 2.—
B. To sport, dally, wanton (cf. "amorous play," Milton, P. L. 9, 1045): “scis solere illam aetatem tali ludo ludere,Plaut. Most. 5, 2, 36: affatim edi, bibi, lusi, Liv. Andron. ap. Paul. ex Fest. s. v. affatim, p. 11 Müll.; cf.: “lusisti satis, edisti satis, atque bibisti,Hor. Ep. 2, 2, 214; Ov. A. A. 2, 389; Cat. 61, 207; Suet. Tib. 44; Mart. 11, 104, 5.—
1Cor. 10:20 But I say, that the things which the Gentiles sacrifice,
         they sacrifice to DEVILS, and not to God:
        and I would not that ye should have fellowship with DEVILS.
1Cor. 10:21 Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils:
        ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of DEVILS.
g1140. daimonion, dahee-mon´-ee-on; neuter of a derivative of 1142; a dæmonic being; by extension a deity: — devil, god.

"Slightly less familiar are the Devil's musical exploits. He not only loves singing but is master of the violin, of which instrument of evil he is reputedly the inventor. By the same token he can give mastery of the violin, bartering infernal skill for the pupil's soul.

These legends are related to the larger belief in the supernatural origin of musical skill and individual songs." (Botkin, B. A., A Treasury of American Folklore, Crown Publishers, p. 718; Cf. The Devil and the Fiddle, Herbert Halpert, Hoosier Folklore Bulletin, Vol II (Dec., 1943).

See Layard's description of Devil worship. This will link you to a collection on SERPENT WORSHIP and DEVIL WORSHIP.

The Late Jay.Guin.1.Corinthians.10.5.Falling.Away Organizing the Progressive Church

Clearly defined in Exodus 32 etal They Rose up to Play
In Instrumental-Trinitarian-Perverted Idolatry at the expense of the poor

1Tim. 4:1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith,
         giving heed to SEDUCING spirits, and doctrines of DEVILS;


G4107 planees plan-ay'-tace From G4108 ; a rover ("planet"), that is, (figuratively) an erratic teacher:wandering

2. Pass., wandering, roaming, fickle, “poikilon pragm' esti kai planon

Poikilos 2. of Art, p. humnos a song of changeful strain or full of diverse art, Pi.O.6.87; “poikilon kitharizōnId.N.4.14; “dedaidalmenoi pseudesi poikilois muthoiId.O.1.29; of style, “lexis poiētikōtera kai p.Isoc.15.47 (Comp.); “skhēmatismoiD.H.Is.3.

pragma OPPOSITE. logoi, The Word or Regulative Principle--not a god. 2. thing, concrete reality,ar' estin aulēsis
creature, kakō pragmati wretched creature, viz. the SOPHIST,
4. business, esp. lawbusiness,
A.flute-playing, Pl.Prt.327b, 327c,al., Arist.Pol.1341a25, etc.A.flute-playing, Pl.Prt.327b, 327c,al., Arist.Pol.1341a25, etc.
Eph 4:14 That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, 
        and carried about with EVERY WIND OF DOCTRINE [No Diversity]
        by the sleight of men, and CUNNING CRAFTSMEN

THEY ARE: Panourg-êma , atos, to, A. knavish trick, villainySOPHIST. panourgeuma. , similr to citharizoSophis-teia , hê, A

Sophis-tês , ou, ho, master of one's craft, adept, expert, of diviners, Hdt.2.49; of poets, meletan sophistais prosbalon [MAKE MELODY  Pi.I.5(4).28 , cf. Cratin.2; of musicians, sophistês . . parapaiôn chelun [PLAY Apollon's Lyre] ; sophistêi Thrêiki  [IMPURE RELIGION]

II. from late v B.C., a Sophist, i.e. one who gave lessons in grammar, rhetoric, politics, mathematics, for money, such as Prodicus, Gorgias, Protagoras, a quibbler, cheat,  a RHETORICIAN as the primary meaning of a HYPOCRITE. hoi s. tōn hierōn melōn” A sophist, serpent, MEANING MUSICAL MELODY IN A HOLY PLACE

Sophistrymantikê, of Balaam, Apollon name of a number. The number of a man
Playto, Cratylus says
"the part of appropriative, coercive, hunting art which hunts animals, land animals, tame animals, man, privately, FOR PAY, is paid in CASH, claims to GIVE education, and is a hunt after rich and promising youths, must--so our present argument concludes--be called SOPHISTRY.
The Mother Church planting Daughter Churches under one leadership is the work product of:


KAIROS (or Caerus) was the spirit (daimon) of opportunity, the youngest divine son of Zeus. He was depicted as a youth with a long lock of hair hanging down from his forehead, which indicated that Opportunity could only be grasped as he approached.

PersEnc. isocrates A degree of relativism underlies his belief that rhetoric should concern itself with what is appropriate (prepon) and comes at the right TIME (kairos). But like Plato Isocrates attacks “sophists” (whom he sees as rivals) for having no moral values, and he affirms his own belief in rather traditional moral values, arguing that it is the job of rhetoric to express these. Novelty is important in the expression of one's views but not in the views themselves.


homilia 1 homileō

I.a being together, communion, intercourse, converse, company, Lat. commercium, Aesch., etc.:— hom. tinos communion or intercourse with one, Hdt.; pros tina Soph., etc.; tous axious de tēs emēs homilias those who are worthy of my society, Ar.; hom. khthonos intercourse with a country, Eur.; politeia kai hom. public and private life, Thuc.:—also in pl., Hellēnikai homiliai association with Greeks, Hdt.; hai suggeneis homiliai intercourse with kinsfolk, Eur.
2.sexual intercourse, Hdt., Xen., etc.
3.instruction, Xen.:—later, a homily, sermon.
II.an association, company, Hdt., Aesch.:—in collect. sense, fellow-sojourners, Aesch.; naos hom. ship- mates, Sop

homi_l-os , Aeol. omillos EM658.55 : ho : (homos, ilē) A.any assembled crowd, throng of people, for a feast, Od.1.225 ; for a spectacle mob,didaskalō khreiōntai homilō   2. throng of battle  generally, tumult, confusion,boē kai homilōHdt.9.59 ; “sophiē kai biē kai ho.Id.3.12
confūsĭo , 1. A mingling, mixing, uniting, combining 2. A confounding, confusion, disorder: “religionum
a reddening, blushing, Tac. H. 4, 40.

homi_l-ētēs , ou, ho, A.disciple, scholar, X.Mem., Luc.Tim.10, Philostr.VA1.16, Gal.10.22 ; “tōn theōn
Xen. Sym. 3.4 “Certainly it is,” replied Antisthenes, “and the least debatable kind, too; for though courage and wisdom appear at times to work injury both to one's friends and to the state, righteousness and unrighteousness never overlap at a single point.”
1 The word dikaiosunē, translated here by “righteousness,” is sometimes well represented by justice or honesty.
  “hina mathē sophistēs ōnA.Pr.62;

sophia A.cleverness or skill in handicraft and art,  in music and singing, tekhnē kai s. h.Merc.483 in poetry,
In divination  dēmēgorikos from dēmēgoros   Plu.Them.2; also, cunning, shrewdness, craft,       
dēmēgorikos of or for public speaking, qualified for it, Xen.: - (sc. tekhnē), = dēmēgoria,
the Art of Rhetoric, hoi tas t. tōn logōn suntithentes systems of rhetoric,
        tricks of Rhetori. Work by RULES or LEGALISM
peri   Treating the Word, Logos or Regulative Principle in around about way: ANTICHRIST. III. before, above, beyond, of superiority,

HH 4 483 What skill is this? What song for desperate cares? What way of song? For verily here are three things to hand all at once from which to choose, —mirth, and love, and sweet sleep. [450] And though I am a follower of the Olympian Muses who love dances and the bright path of song —the full-toned chant and ravishing thrill of flutes —yet I never cared for any of those feats of skill at young men's revels, as I do now for this: [455] I am filled with wonder, O son of Zeus, at your sweet playing.
entekhn-os  2. furnished or invented by art, artificial, artistic, Pl. Prt.321d, al.; opp. “atekhnos, pisteisArist.Rh.1355b36; e. methodos the regular method, ib.a4.
II. of persons, skilled, e. dēmiourgos a cunning workman, Pl.Lg.903c, cf. Plt.300e.

dēmiourgos *ergō
I.one who works for the people, a skilled workman, handicraftsman,
  a framer, maker; logōn  rhētorikē

A person who frames their OWN Words are identified by Jesus as the Sons of the Devil.
The Word or Logos is the Regulative Principle outlawing any human input and is therefore ANTICHRIST.

Logoō ,

A.introduce logos into, “ton kosmon
kosmos , ho, A.order, kata kosmon in order, duly, “eu kata k.Il.10.472, al.; ou kata k. shamefully,
II. ornament, decoration, esp. of women, of ornaments of speech, such as epithets

IV. Philos., world-order, universe
3. in later Gr., = oikoumenē, the known or inhabited world, 5. houtos ho k. this present world, i.e. earth, opp. heaven, Ev.Jo.13.1; regarded as the kingdom of evil, ho arkhōn tou k. toutou ib.12.31.

Christianity is the SECT Called the Way, Road or Pattern: it is strait, narrow, infitessimally-tiny marked by being poor, afflicted, tribulated and kiled.

Satan is the Kosmokrator or WORLD leader of the KOSMOS or the
Gary Holloway Ecumenical: "First, [ecumenical] is biblical. “Ecumenical” is from the Greek word oikoumena,"

Paul silenced the Self-Pleasure, heresy or Sectarian performance roles so that "we might use one mind and one voice" to teach" that which is written for our learning." The Campbells following Christ in the wilderness defined the only assembly as a READING of the Word assembly.  Anything added as an article of faith or ceremonial practice (legalism) defines the ECUMENICAL WORLD in conflict with the LITTLE SECT CALLED THE WAY (Pattern)

 Pro-airesis , eôs, hê, choosing one thing before another, wrongs done from malice prepense, contrary to one's purpose, 3. in political language, deliberate course of action, 5. political party, b. sect or school of music, philosophy
  Hairesis  I. a taking especially, esp. of a town, a taking for oneself,
 4. a sect, school, etc.: esp. a religious sect, such as the Sadducees and Pharisees, NTest.5. a heresy,
1 a Pharisee, Separatist (from pharash, to distinguish),
  one of a sect who separated themselves from other Jews as affecting superior holiness.
Phrik-ôdês ,
es, attended with shivering, b. inspiring religious awed
A heretic or ECUMENICAL sectarian invades and steals your property;
Haireô Il.; hair, tina kheiros to take one by the hand,
A. Act., take with the hand, grasp, seize, having taken up [the song], Od.8.500.

2. take away II. take, get into one's power, overpower, kill, of passions,
catch, take, zôon [ZOE: take away life] helein Il.21.102 ; take in hunting,  get into one's power, entrap,
II. take, get into one's power, nēas ib.13.42; esp. take a city, 2.37, S.Ph.347,
freq. of passions, etc., come upon, seize,
B. Med., with pf. hērēmai (v. supr.), take for oneself, egkhos helesthai take one's spear,
II. take to oneself, choose,

Hairetos verb. adj. of haireō

I. that may be taken or conquered, Hdt.; that may be understood, Plat.

Homer, Odyssey The muses were taught by Apollo

So he spoke, and the minstrel, moved by the god, began, and let his song be heard, [500] taking up the tale where the Argives had embarked on their benched ships and were sailing away, after casting fire on their huts, while those others led by glorious Odysseus were now sitting in the place of assembly of the Trojans, hidden in the horse; for the Trojans had themselves dragged it to the citadel.


Gary Holloway Ecumenical: First, [ecumenical] is biblical. “Ecumenical” is from the Greek word oikoumena, which is used 15 times in the New Testament for “the entire inhabited world.” The most interesting passage that relates to the modern meaning is Matthew 24:14: “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.”

INHABITED: Late Latin oecumenicus ; from Classical Greek oikoumenikos, of or from the whole world ; from oikoumenē (), the inhabited (world) ; from oikein, to dwell, inhabit ; from oikos:

A.dwelling-place. esp. bed-chamber, temple, shrine, brothel, the kosmos .
Dioik-eōdiōkēsamēnkeep house: hence, generally, control, manage, administer, manage after one's own will and pleasure, managing to make such iniquitous profits, act collusively with ton kosmonId.Phdr.246c;
        kosmos , ho, A. order, kata kosmon in order, duly, shamefully, generally, of things, natural order, ornament, decoration, esp. of women, metaph., of ornaments of speech, such as epithets, to sing sweet songs of praise, world-order, universe, first in Pythagoras, of earth, as opp. heaven, 3. in later Gr., = oikoumenē, the known or inhabited world, 5. houtos ho k. this present world, i.e. earth, OPPOSITE. heaven, Ev.Jo.13.1; regarded as the kingdom of evil, ho arkhōn tou k. toutou ib.12.31.

Kosmo-krator epith. of ouranos, Orph.H.4.3; “Zeus Mitras Hēlios k.
; hoi k. tou skotous toutou the cosmic rulers of this sinful world,  dentified with Apollon.
; “hoi k. hoi ta hupo selēnēn stoikheia dioikountes
THE MARK of the Kosmos [oikoumena], a Pythagoras dogma silenced in Romans 14.

..this sect crowned the image of Jesus along with those of Pythagoras, Plato and Aristotle. Further, there were impostors of all varieties: magicians, soothsayers, jugglers, deceivers and hypocrites, 'who appeared using mighty words with a host of unintelligible formulae and taking up with scandalous ceremonies in order to rob men of their money." (Int. Std. Bible Ency., Gnosticism, p. 1246).


"The Orphic creeds were the basis of the Pythagorean brotherhood, which flourished in southern Italy beginning in the 6th century bc. The Pythagoreans were aristocratic fraternities that sometimes had a political scope. Their main achievements, however, lay in the fields of music, geometry, and astronomy. They discovered that these subjects could be explained by numbers and ratios. Combining Orphic eschatology (the study of the last things, especially death and afterlife) with their discoveries, they invested music, geometry, and astronomy with religious values. According to their doctrine, the original home of the soul was in the stars. From there ... (100 of 10,561 words)

"In cultic action music was used in preparation for prophecy. Julius Firmicus Maternus refers to this fact in his remarks on an African cult.

With the air full of flute music,
the priests would put on women's clothing and
then call on the goddess so that,
filled with a wicked spirit, they might
predict the future to foolish men.

"In considering this cultic background it is necessary to understand the

view of music as dispositive to divination,
a view which derives from pagan philosophy.

This opinion resided in the old Pythagorean school, as Cicero notes. The Stoa also recognized the employment of music in the service of divination. According to Stoic teaching, ascesis and listen to music were preparations for the ecstasy which, along with purity of heart and a relationship with God, was considered to be the most favorable condition for prophesying.

The notion which was basic to this conception was closely connected with belief in the purifying power of music. In both instances there was a question of eleminating tensions and obstacles in man which could stand in the way of the infusion of the divine and its revelation. (Quasten, Johannes, pg. 40)

Abaddon-Apollon as leader of the muses (Locusts) was called the WASHER claiming that the music-induced madness purified the soul.


Hermes, and take Plutus with you. Thesaurus is to accompany Plutus, and they are both to stay with Timon, and not leave him so lightly this time, even though the generous fellow does his best to find other hosts for them. As to those parasites, and the ingratitude they showed him, I will attend to them before long; they shall have their deserts as soon as I have got the thunderbolt in order again. Its two best spikes are broken and blunted; my zeal outran my discretion the other day when I took that shot at Anaxagoras the sophist;
       homilētas the Gods non-existent, indeed! that was what he was telling his disciples.
        However, I missed him (Pericles had held up his hand to shield him),
        and the bolt glanced off on to the Anaceum, set it on fire, and was itself nearly pulverized on the rock. But meanwhile it will be quite sufficient punishment for them to see Timon rolling in money.

Xen. Mem. 1.2.11 Besides, many supporters are necessary to him who ventures to use force: but he who can persuade needs no confederate, having confidence in his own unaided power of persuasion. And such a man has no occasion to shed blood; for who would rather take a man's life than have a live and willing follower?

But his accuser argued thus.

Xen. Mem. 1.2.12] Among the associates of Socrates were Critias and Alcibiades;
        and none wrought so many evils to the state. For Critias in the days of the oligarchy bore the palm for greed and violence: Alcibiades, for his part, exceeded all in licentiousness and insolence under the democracy.
12-48. The fact that Alcibiades and Critias wrought great evil in the state should not be laid to the account of Socrates. They were impelled by measureless ambition and lust for power; and in Socrates they only sought a man from whom they could learn the art of persuasion, so as to win thereby positions of political influence. But they sufficiently showed in the sequel that they had not learned to imitate the character and life of their teacher. Socrates did not fail to set before them the attractions of a virtuous life; and, in fact, so long as they remained with him, they showed moderation. But virtue must be practiced to be retained; and they quickly fell a prey to all manner of temptations after leaving Socrates. For this he is not to be held responsible, the less so as he reproached them severely for their unworthy conduct,—incurring thereby the hate of Critias, as he later had cause to know. Thus they only followed their own natural bent after leaving Socrates; while many other friends of Socrates remained true through life to the principles of virtue which they had learned from him.

12. ephē ge: with marked emphasis, like Mark Antony's ‘But Brutus says he was ambitious.’

genomenō: the katēgoros seems to insinuate a causal, as well as a temporal, force of the participle; post hoc, propter hoc.

Kritias: son of Callaeschrus, was one of the thirty men who were placed in power at Athens (by the aid of the victorious Lacedaemonians) at the close of the Peloponnesian war (404 B.C.). He took a prominent part in the cruelties practiced by the Thirty, and fell in the final conflicts with the Liberators under Thrasybulus. He had associated, as a young man, with Socrates and Gorgias of Leontini, and was a poet and dramatist of some repute. For an account of his activity, see Hell. ii.3.11 ff.

Alkibiadēs: son of Clinias, born at Athens about 450 B.C.; he was distinguished for his personal beauty, talents, and wealth, and was notorious for his reckless profligacy. Socrates took great interest in him, and seems in return to have been respected and loved by him. At the siege of Potidaea (432 B.C.) Socrates saved his life, a service which Alcibiades returned by aiding Socrates at the battle of Delium (424 B.C.). For his connection with the Sicilian expedition (415 B.C.), see Thuc. vi, passim. Plutarch brackets him with Coriolanus in the Parallel Lives.

tēn polin: for the double acc., see G. 1073; H. 725 a.

en oligarkhia: i.e. in 404 B.C., when the Thirty, with Critias at their head, were in power at Athens. Cf. Hell. ii. 3. 11 ff. See on nomothetēs 31. Aeschines (Contra Timarchum 173) says, with exaggeration, epeit' humeis, ō Athēnaioi, Sōkratē men ton sophistēn apekteinate, hoti Kritian ephanē pepaideukōs, hena tōn triakonta tōn ton dēmon katalusantōn (who overthrew the democracy).

kleptistatos, biaiotatos: so, in ii. 6. 24, khrēmata te kleptein kai biazesthai anthrōpous are mentioned as low motives for attaining power in the state.

en dēmokratia: refers to the public and private life of Alcibiades, down to his return to the army at Samos in 411. See Grote, Hist. of Greece, cc. lv, lxiii.

Xen. Mem. 1.2.13 Now I have no intention of excusing the wrong these two men wrought the state; but I will explain how they came to be with Socrates.

1.13.20. 1.14.20 98. 2.21.20. 154

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