Can,t Find My Way Home
BETWEEN 3 MOUNTAINS AND 3 RIVERS
The known history of Gaza spans 4,000 years. Gaza was ruled, destroyed and repopulated by various dynasties, empires, and peoples. Originally a Canaanite settlement, it came under the control of the ancient Egyptians for roughly 350 years before being conquered and becoming one of the Philistines‘ principal cities. Gaza fell to the Israelites in about 1000 BCE but became part of the Assyrian Empire around 730 BCE. Alexander the Great besieged and captured the city in 332 BCE. Most of the inhabitants were killed during the assault, and the city, which became a center for Hellenistic learning and philosophy, was resettled by nearby Bedouins. The area changed hands regularly between two Greek successor-kingdoms, the Seleucids of Syria and the Ptolemies of Egypt, until it was besieged and taken by the Hasmoneans in 96 BCE.
Gaza was rebuilt by Roman General Pompey Magnus, and granted to Herod the Great thirty years later. Throughout the Roman period, Gaza maintained its prosperity, receiving grants from several different emperors. A 500-member senate governed the city, which had a diverse population of Greeks, Romans, Jews, Egyptians, Persians and Nabateans. Conversion to Christianity in the city was spearheaded and completed under Saint Porphyrius, who destroyed its eight pagan temples between 396 and 420 CE. Gaza was conquered by the Muslim general Amr ibn al-‘As in 637 CE, and most Gazans adopted Islam during early Muslim rule. Thereafter, the city went through periods of prosperity and decline. The Crusaders wrested control of Gaza from the Fatimids in 1100, but were driven out by Saladin. Gaza was in Mamluk hands by the late 13th century, and became the capital of a province that stretched from the Sinai Peninsula to Caesarea. It witnessed a golden age under the Ottoman-appointed Ridwan dynasty in the 16th century.
Saint Porphyrius was a Bishop of the early Roman Catholic Church . At this time you had the Arch Bishop John 11 in Jerusalem attesting to this guy , Saint Porphyrius.
John II (c. 356 – 10 January 417) was bishop of Jerusalem from AD 387 to AD 417. John II succeeded to the episcopal throne of Jerusalem on the death of Cyril in 386 (or 387). He was the author, according to an increasing number of modern scholars, of the five Mystagogical Catecheses traditionally ascribed to his predecessor Cyril.
He is revered as a saint by the Orthodox Church and his feast day is held on March 30. He is also honored as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church, which commemorates him on January 10 (Martyrologium Romanum, 2004, p. 92)
Mystagogical–interpretations of mysteries.
I have known for awhile that the Christianity was pagan in nature. Vast portions of the New Testament cannot be verified by any ancient manuscript unlike the Old Testament. I now conclude the the narratives of Jesus crucifixion and other events attributed to him never occurred it is made up mythological narratives of the Trinity. There are books in the New Testament that do not stand scrutiny as to their authenticity . I have been at this for over 14 yrs. I will however stand on there is One Creator, One Father One Creation, one male and one female. The Trinity is a lie because even the laity will tell you that it is some kind of mystery how 3 beings can reside in one being.
To Interpret use these link’s ; Hebrew Alphabet
I am not a Hebrew or Christian or Islam I not enslaved by any man or government or religion.
The Judgement you called upon your Heads
Citizens living in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, France, say they are living in fear as violence and drug crimes soar in the heavily migrant-populated area.Residents claim they have been abandoned by authorities, despite promises to increase police presence in the district.Areas within the district such as La Goutte d’Or have seen a huge spike in violent crime and drug dealing.Other areas like the Porte de La Chapelle are infamous for large migrant squatter camps and violence.
Open Borders by the Pope and Islam in America
Vatican declares priests to be more powerful than God
“Power of Consecrating: The supreme power of the priestly office is the power of consecrating. ‘No act is greater,’ says St. Thomas, ‘than the consecration of the body of Christ.’ In this essential phase of the sacred ministry, the power of the priest is not surpassed by that of the bishop, the archbishop, the cardinal or the pope. Indeed it is equal to that of Jesus Christ. For in this role the priest speaks with the voice and the authority of God Himself. When the priest pronounces the tremendous works of Consecration, he reaches up into heavens, brings Christ down from His throne, and places Him upon our altar to be offered up again as the victim for the sins of man.”It is a power greater than that of monarchs and emperors: it is greater than that of saints and angels, greater than that of Seraphim and Cherubim. Indeed it is greater even than the power of the Virgin Mary. For, while the Blessed Virgin was the human agency by which Christ became incarnate a single time, the priest brings Christ down from heaven, and renders Him present on our altar as the eternal Victim for the sins of man – not once but a thousand times! The priest speaks and lo! Christ the Eternal and Omnipotent God, bows His head in humble obedience to the priest’s command.”Of what sublime dignity is the office of the Christian priest who is thus privileged to act as the ambassador and the vicegerent of Christ on earth! He continues the essential ministry of Christ; he teaches the faithful with the authority of Christ, he pardons the penitent sinner with the power of Christ, he offers up again the same sacrifice of adoration and atonement which Christ offered on Calvary. No wonder that the name which spiritual writers are especially found of applying to the priest is that of ‘alter Christus.’ For the priest is and should be another Christ” (Faith of Millions, John O’Brien, Ph.D., LL.D., 268-269, “nihil obstat” by Rev. T. E. Dillon-Censor Librorum and “imprimatur” by John Francis Noll, D.D. -Bishop of Fort Wayne). obstat” by M.F. Dinneen, S.S.,D.D. -Censor deputatus, “imprimatur” by James Cardinal Gibbons -Archbishop of Baltimore, “Re-Imprimatur” by Michael J. Curley -Archbishop of Baltimore).
You worship the whore of Babylon the Roman Catholic Church.
Islam have the quarter moon and Christians have the cross and the Taw.
Islam have always been the Mercenaries of the Popes, hired Guns