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Romans Catholic Church names the Month and week days in the name of Pagans Gods and Goddess:



Romans Catholic Church names the Month and week days in the name of Pagans Gods and Goddess: 

Did you know that the names of our months and week days have their roots in paganism? If numbering the days was good enough for God, why did we change them? Why, if we wanted to name them, were they named in honor of pagan deities? Perhaps because "All of us like sheep have gone astray, each of us has turned to his own way; but the LORD has caused the iniquity of us all to fall on Him." (Isaiah 53:6)

What the Bible say:

That ye come not among these nations, these that remain among you; neither make mention of the name of their gods, nor cause to swear by them, neither serve them, nor bow yourselves unto them:(Joshua 23:7)


Pagans Names of Idol in Gregorian Names of Month


January

January is the first month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, and has 31 days. It is named for Janus, the Roman god of doors and gateways. ....that he may change times and laws.

the Roman ...god of doors ...what from hell is that ?

february

february is the second month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, and has 28 days. was named for the Roman god Februus, the god of the dead and purification ....that he may change times and laws.

the Roman ...god of the dead and pure fiction ...what from hell is that ?

march

march is the third month of the year in the Gregorian calendar, and has 31 days. March is named for Mars, the Roman god of war. ...that he may change times and laws.

Marchbegins (astrologically, non-sidereal) with the sun in the sign of Pisces and ends in the sign of Aries. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Aquarius and ends in the constellation of Pisces.

In ancient Rome, March was called Martius. It was named after the war god (Mars) and was considered a lucky time to begin a war. In ancient Hellenic civilization, March was called Anthesterion. In old Japanese calendar, the month is called Yayoi (??).

March was originally the first month of the Roman calendar. Julius Caesar's calendar reform in 45 BCE began the year on January 1. The tradition of starting the year in March continued in some countries for a long time. January 1 was only instituted as New Year's Day in France in 1564. Great Britain and her colonies continued to use March 25 until 1752, the same year they finally adopted to Gregorian calendar.

Historical names for March include the Saxon term Lenctmonat, named for the equinox and eventual lengthening of days and the eventual namesake of Lent. The Saxons also called March Rhed-monat (for their goddess Rhedam); ancient Britons called it hyld-monath (meaning loud or stormy).


april

April is the fourth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of four with the length of 30 days.

that he may change times and laws.

April begins (astrologically) with the sun in the sign of Aries and ends in the sign of Taurus. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Pisces and ends in the constellation ofAries.

The name is derived from the Latin aprilis, either from the Latin word aperire which means "to open", probably referring to growing plants in spring, or from the Etruscan name Apru forAphrodite.

April was originally the second month of the Roman calendar and had 29 days. Julius Caesar's calendar reform in 45 BCE resulted in April having 30 days and becoming the fourth month, as the year now began in January.

May 

This article is about the month of May. For other uses, see May (disambiguation).

May is the fifth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days..

that he may change times and laws.

May begins (astrologically) with the sun in the sign of Taurus and ends in the sign of Gemini. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Aries and ends in the constellation ofTaurus.

The month may have been named for the Greek goddess Maia, who was identified with the Roman goddess of fertility, Bona Dea, whose festival was held in May.

In old Japanese calendar, the month is called Satsuki (皐月). It is also a common name for females. In Japan, there is the so-called May sickness, a kind of sickness where new students or workers start to be tired of their new schoolwork or jobs. It is due to a Japanese custom that all schoolyears and fiscal years start on April 1st.

june

June is the sixth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of four with the length of 30 days....that he may change times and laws.

June begins (astrologically) with the sun in the sign of Gemini and ends in the sign of Cancer. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Taurus and ends in the constellation ofGemini.

The month is named for the Roman goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter.
 This name is sometimes attributed to June, the female mighty one of the marriage, the wife of Jupiter in Roman mythology. She was also called the "Queen of heaven" and " Queen of mighty ones." The name of this month is also attributed to Junius Brutus, but originally it most probably referred to the month in which crops grow to ripeness.

july

July is the seventh month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days..

that he may change times and laws.

July begins (astrologically) with the sun in the sign of Cancer and ends in the sign of Leo. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Gemini and ends in the constellation ofCancer.

July was renamed for Julius Caesar; previously, it was called Quintilis in Latin, since it was the fifth month in the Roman calendar which started in March. It also was named because it was the month that Caesar was born. Because of its origin, until the 18th century this month's name was pronounced the same way as the name "Julie".

In old Japanese calendar, the month is called fumi zuki (文月).

In the pagan wheel of the year July ends at or near to Lughnasadh in the northern hemisphere and Imbolc in the southern hemisphere.

august

August is the eighth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days.

that he may change times and laws.

August begins (astrologically) with the sun in the sign of Leo and ends in the sign of Virgo. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Cancer and ends in the constellation ofLeo.

August was named in honor of Caesar Augustus. The month reputedly has 31 days because Augustus wanted as many days as Julius Caesar's July. Augustus placed the month where it is because that is when Cleopatra died. Before Augustus renamed August, it was called Sextilis in Latin, since it was the sixth month in the Roman calendar which started in March.

In the pagan wheel of the year August begins at or near Lughnasadh in the northern hemisphere and Imbolc in the southern hemisphere.

In Ireland, (in the Irish language) August is known as Lúnasa, a modern rendition of Lughnasadh, named after the god Lugh and August 1, (Lá Lúnasa) in the Irish Calendar is still regarded as the first day of Autumn. The first Monday in August is one of the public holidays in the Republic of Ireland.

In the old Japanese calendar, the month is called hatsuki (葉月).

In Finnish, the month is called elokuu, meaning "month of reaping".

september

September is the ninth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of four Gregorian months with the length of 30 days.

...that he may change times and laws.

September begins (astrologically) with the sun in the sign of Virgo and ends in the sign of Libra. Astronomically speaking, the sun begins in the constellation of Leo and ends in the constellation ofVirgo.

The name comes from the Latin septem, for "seven" - September was the seventh month of the Roman calendar until 153 BCE.

                                                      October

NOUN: 1. abbr. Oct. The tenth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. See table at calendar. 2. Chiefly British Ale brewed in October. ....that he may change times and laws.

ETYMOLOGY: Middle English Octobre, from Old French and from Old English October, both from Latin Octber, eighth month, from oct, eight. See okt(u) in Appendix I.

so can anyone tell me why October (meaning 8 ) winds up being the 10th month ???


                                                       November

The 11th month of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ...that he may change times and laws.

\No*vem"ber\, n. [L. November, or Novembris (sc. mensis), the ninth month of the old Roman year, which began with March, fr. novem nine: cf. F. Novembre. See Nine.] The eleventh month of the year, containing thirty days.

so can anyone tell me why November (meaning 9th month of the romans ) winds up being the 11th month ???


                                                         December

Etymology: Middle English Decembre, from Old English or Old French, both from Latin December (tenth month), from decem ten -- more at TEN : the 12th month of the Gregorian calendar..that he may change times and laws.

so can anyone tell me why December (meaning 10th month of the latin romans ) winds up being the 12th month ???


Days of the week in Pagans names of Idol: 

They will spread out their bones on the ground before the sun, moon, and stars--the gods my people have loved, served, and worshiped. Their bones will not be gathered up again or buried but will be scattered on the ground like manure.(Jeremiah 8:2)

The First Day: Sunday was named after the Sun god.

The second Day: Monday was named after the moon goddess.

The Third Day: Tuesday was named after the god Tyr.

The Fourth Day: Wednesday was named after the god Odin.

The Fifth Day: Thursday was named after the god Thor.

The Sixth Day: Friday was named after the goddess Frigga.

The Seventh Day: Saturday was named after the god Saturn.

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