Isis was a goddess of Ancient Egypt (which is historical cover for the Greco-Roman Empire) who was admittedly worshiped throughout the Greco-Roman world. Her name means “throne” and she was the patroness of nature and magic who is often depicted as the mother of Horus, the hawk-headed god of war. Isis (S+S) or “SS” was evidently the goddess of the Greco-Roman “system” of war and fascism which was created by Minos on the Island of Crete. Although Chania (C/K+N) is known as the founding city of Crete, the city of Knossos (C/K+N+S+S) was likely the second. Based on the double “SS” found within its name, the city of Knossos was likely the first capital of Crete where Greco-Roman warship armed with cannon and gunpowder was birthed. According to modern historical accounts, the religion of Isis spread throughout the Roman Empire. Roman practitioners of Isis used a rose in worship, an apparent tribute to the Island of Rhodes, the primary military base of the Greco-Roman Empire’s which was responsible for developing the ship. The sun atop the head of Isis is likely a symbolic reference to fire of Roman cannons which gave the Greco-Roman Empire unrivaled naval supremecy. Because Isis was the god of the magical Greek Fire (i.e., Roman gunpowder), temples, where human sacrifices were held, and obelisks (i.e., gravestones) were erected in her honor. Neoclassical Greco-Roman temples to Isis include but are not limited to: the Temple of Isis at Philae (Agilkia Island, Egypt); the Temple of Isis (Delos, Greece); and the Temple of Isis (Pompeii, Italy).
The sacred image of Isis with her child Horus (which became the model for the Christian Madonna with the baby Jesus), appears to be an allegorical metaphor for the “system” (i.e., Isis) feeding the “baby” or Babylon, the former capitol of the Roman Empire. Interestingly, the symbol of Isis is a “tiet” or “tyet” (meaning “welfare” and “life”) which was also called the “Knot of Isis”. Tiet is an apparent reference to the tit or breast of Isis whose symbol coincidentally mimics a woman’s nipple. The “Knot of Isis” a likely reference to the aforementioned city of Knossos. Isis is always pictured holding the “ankh” which is alleged to be an Egyptian hieroglyphic character that is known as “key of life”. Although being “Egyptian” in origin, the “ankh” features the arrow shape of the Island of Rhodes intersected with the Greek cross of Tau which also doubles as the Crete-shaped fasces.
Isis & Zeus Comparrison
It is imperative to note that Isis (S+S) and Zeus (Z+S) are consonatly the same in Roman-English because the letter "Z" is often replaced with the letter "S" (e.g., close, confuse, easy, has, his, is, pose, president, raise, rose, use, was, etc.). Therefore, their names are in essence one and the same. While Isis means "throne", Zeus is often depicted sitting in a throne. While Isis is depicted with the sun atop her head (symbolizing fire), Zeus is depicted holding lightningbolts (symbolizing fire). Both the sun of Isis and the lightning of Zeus represent Greek Fire, otherwise known as Roman gunpowder which was vital in the Greco-Roman Empire's defeat of every nation and culture on earth.
Tributes to Isis
Modern tributes to “SS” are numerous, a few of which include the Swastika, the Nazi Waffen-SS (whose shape mimics Zeus' lightnight bolts), the SOS distress signal, the name of Israel (Isis+Ra+El), the “ß” (“SS”) letter in German, the ISS (International Space Station) and the “USS” title for all U.S. Navy ships (e.g., “USS Dwight D. Eisenhower”). Isis (Zeus) is also found on the wall of the U.S. Senate where two “S”-shaped-branches form an “SS” or an “SZ” around twin Greco-Roman fasces. This is fitting because the U.S. Senate has approved and funded more wars over the last 200 years than any government on Earth. That being said, the wars were planned by the CIA of Switzerland.
Zeus is "Father of Gods and men", the King of the Gods, and the King of Heaven who oversees the universe. In Greek mythology, he is the god of sky, thunder and lightning who rules over Mount Olympus which is located in Greenland. According to the Greek geographer Pausanias, "That Zeus is king in heaven is a saying common to all men". Symbols attributed to Zeus include the thunderbolt, eagle, bull, and oak. Zeus is frequently depicted in Greek art either standing, striding forward, with a thunderbolt leveled in his raised right hand, or seated on a throne. The thunderbolt of Zeus is a symbolic reference to Greek Fire (i.e., Roman gunpowder) which was used by the Greco-Roman Empire to conquer the world. With one exception, Greeks were unanimous in recognizing the birthplace of Zeus as the Island of Crete where he was worshipped at caves near Knossos. In order to dispel any notion that Isis and Zeus were gods of a city, Hellenistic writer Euhemerus reportedly wrote that Zeus was a great king of Crete who posthumously turned into a deity. Neoclassical Greco-Roman temples to Zeus found near the Mediterranean Sea include but are not limited to: the Temple of Olympian Zeus (Athens, Greece); the Temple of Zeus (Cyrene, Greece); the Temple of Zeus (Nemea, Greece); the Temple of Zeus (Olympia, Greece); and the Temple of the Olympian Zeus (Agrigento, Sicily).
Jesus = Esus = Isis
The name of Jesus appears to be the same as Esus or Hesus (an aspirated form of Esus), a Celtic god worshiped by the Imperial Cult of Rome which coincidentally mirrors the Greco-Roman god of Isis. Aside from the fact that in the language of Spanish the name of Jesus is pronounced “Hay-SOOS” (a possible tribute to the Greco-Roman god of Zeus which is the same god as Isis), the 18th century Druidic revivalist Iolo Morgannwg identified Esus (S+S) with Jesus (J/G+S+S) based on the strength of the similarity of their respective names. Predictably however, modern scholars state that the striking resemblance between Esus and Jesus is purely coincidental. However, the Ichthys, a basic symbol consisting of two intersecting arcs that resemble the profile of a fish, was reportedly used as a Christian symbol in the first decades of the 2nd century. Its popularity among Christians was allegedly due to the fact that the five initial letters of the Greek word for fish (ICHTHYS) describes the character of Christ: “Iesous Christos Theou Yios Soter” (??s??? ???st??, Te?? ????, S?t??), meaning, “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior”. In order words, “Iesous” (S+S) was the first word to describe the deity that is now called Jesus. The Catholic Church corroborated this notion a few hundred years later when Pope John Paul II published a declaration on August 6, 2000, officially declaring that the title of Dominus Iesus means “The Lord Jesus” in English. Although the vowels change (the Roman alphabet did not contain vowels) the consonant letters of “S” and “S” stay the same. In other words, Iesus (S+S) is the official name of Jesus according to the Catholic Church who not only produced the Holy Bible but are admittedly the "sole Church of Christ" according to the Nicene Creed. Therefore, they have the final word on the official name of Jesus. Consequently therefore, the worship of Esus, Hesus, Iesous, Iesus or Jesus is the unintentional worship Greco-Roman god of Isis.
Esus is most known for his depiction on the Pillar of the Boatmen (c. 100 AD) which also contains the Tarvos Trigaranus. The Pillar of the Boatmen is a stone block statue with multiple depictions of Roman and Gaulish deities, including the god of Esus. It originally stood in a temple in the Roman “civitas” of Lutetia which was located in modern day Paris, France. In both engravings, Esus is portrayed cutting down branches from a tree with his axe. Esus is accompanied on a different panel of the Pillar of the Boatmen by Tarvos Trigaranus, the bull with three cranes’ or crowns. The imagery of the bull (B+L) is likely representative of “Baby Line” or “Babylon”, the former capitol of the Greco-Roman Empire. The bull’s three horns as well as the three cranes are likely representative of the number “33” which doubles “CC”, an numerical acronym for Chania, Crete, the birthplace of the Roman Empire. The three horns of the bull or Babylon individually appear to represent the three homes or dens of Rome (i.e., Island of Crete, Island of Sicily, and the Island of Greenland). Consequently, Eusu chopping down the tree with an axe likely represents the cutting of the 13 Bloodlines of Rome who vacated Babylon for Greenland, ending their family tree in the underworld.
Human Sacrifices to Esus
A well-known section in an epic poem “Bellum Civile” or “Pharsalia” (c. 60 AD) by the Roman poet Lucan talks about the gory blood sacrifice offered to a triad of Celtic deities (i.e., Esus, Teutates and Taranis. According to the Berne Commentary on Lucan, human victims that were sacrificed to Esus were suspended from a tree and flailed. The use of trees, particularly oak trees, in human sacrifice is rampant throughout the lore of gods associated with the Greco-Roman Empire (e.g., Odin, Thor, etc.). The Gallic medical writer Marcellus of Bordeaux appears to offer a second textual reference to Esus in his “De Medicamentis” (c. 400 AD), a compendium of pharmacological preparations written in Latin in the early 5th century, the sole source for several Celtic words. The work contains a “magico-medical charm” in Gaulish which appears to invoke the aid of Esus in curing throat trouble. Marcellus’s account of Esus is spelled Aisus (S+S), a name consonantly the same as Esus (S+S), “Iesous” (S+S), Iesus (S+S) and Isis (S+S). The strange medical reference appears to be an inside joke as the victims of human sacrifice carried out by the Imperial Cult of Rome routinely had their throats cut while being hung upside down from a tree. Consequently, due to gravity, the blood would gush out, providing a blood bath for those participating in the sacrifice. It is imperative to note that all religious denominations who worship Jesus (e.g., Baptist, Catholic, Christian, Lutheran, Jehovah’s Witness, Methodist, Mormon, Presbyterian, etc.) are Roman Catholic and therefore are, albeit unwittingly, worshiping the Greco-Roman god of Isis.
Global Worship of Esus
John Arnott MacCulloch, one of Scotland's pre-eminent scholars on Celtic religion and mythology, offered a summary on the scholarly interpretations of Esus in 1911, stating in part: “The whole represents some myth unknown to us Esus was worshipped at Paris and at Trèves a coin with the name Æsus [S+S] was found in England; and personal names like Esugenos, "son of Esus," and Esunertus, "he who has the strength of Esus," occur in England, France, and Switzerland. Thus the cult of this god may have been comparatively widespread. But there is no evidence that [Esus] was a Celtic Jehovah [another name for Jesus] or a member, with Teutates and Taranis, of a pan-Celtic triad, or that this triad, introduced by Gauls, was not accepted by the Druids.” MacCulloch’s reference to a Celtic god and the Druids is interesting for they are both part of the Imperial Cult of Rome who carried out the aforementioned blood sacrifices. The notion that Esus was a global deity is indicative of Isis who was worshipped throughout the global Roman Empire prior to the alleged Fall of Rome. Lastly, the fact that Switzerland is mentioned by MacCulloch is not just by chance for the small European country is the primary proxy state of the Roman Empire which is solely responsible for plotting and financing assassinations, terror attacks and wars on a global level. Therefore, the worship of Isis would not be possible by the Romans in Greenland if it were not for Switzerland doing her dirty work in the underworld.