Re: [bcn2004] (king of Kommagene) .... Antiochus and the Jews


The name ANTIOCHUS was the Greek Selecucid kings adopted for
themselves in the Middle East after the conquest of Alexander the
Great. It was the Greek way of abducting the Turkish OGUZ name and
obliterating the ancient Turanian OGUZ religion. The name ANTIOCHUS
is actually made of two words. "ANTI + OCHUS" meaning "Against OKUS
(OGUZ)". The Greek word ANTI" is an anagram of Turkish word "ITAN"
meaning "One who rejects", "one who pushes away". The name OCHUS was
the Turkish name OKUZ (OGUZ) the name of the Turkic Sky-God "OKUS"
(OKUZ) Sun and Moon in addition being the name of Sky-Father-God.
With the name ANTIOCHUS they were rejecting the ancient Turanian
religion. "OCHUS" (Turkish "OKUS/OKUZ" the Bull was the animal logo
of Turanian Sky-God "OGUZ". By adopting such a name for the Greek
kings they killed two birds with one stone. One they abducted the
Turkish OGUZ name as Greek; two, by being against the OGUZ relegion,
they destroyed the ancient Turanian Oguz religion.

The name SELEUCID is also an anagram of Two Turkish expressions.:

a) SELEUCID, when decrypted as "SELECIDU", is an anagram of Turkish
expression "SELECIDU" meaning "He is a basket maker". This verifies
that they were the ancient "Graeichies" (Garašilar) whose main
occupation was basket making and sieve making.

b) SELEUCID, when decrypted as "ES UELCID", is an anagram of the
Turkish expression "AS YELCIDI" meaning "They were believers of
Peerless Wind". This also identifies the Greeks as "Wind believers".
It is for this reason that, they call themselves by the name HELLEN
from Turkish "YELLI HAN" meaning the "Windy Lord'.

The name DANIEL was another name for the "WIND-God" from Turkish
"YEL-HAN". The name DANIEL is an anagram of Turkish expression "ADI
HAN YEL" meaning "its name is Lord Wind", or "ODI HAN YEL" meaning "it
is the Lord Wind". Jews were the "Wind-God" believers. They named
"WIND" with many names anagrammatized from Turkish texts. That is why
we have so many "angels" named after the "wind", hence, we get
countless numbers of "prophet" names ending with "EL" from Turkish
"YEL" meaning "wind". They also personified each one of these
mythological names as if they were real persons.

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya