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Friday, October 26, 2012

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Constantine's action and his power over the early christians brought that they subdued to the pagan rites and regulations and agreed to accept the prophet's name Jeshua being changed in Issue or Jesus, meaning Hail Zeus, and having the day of the sun-god Mithra (“Μίθρας”) under his decree (March 7, 321) as dies Solis — day of the sun, “Sunday” — as the Roman day of rest.

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