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THE TWO BABYLONS (U-Z)


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Vishnu:
"The man Noah", or "the man of rest". A god of India, known as the preserver or saviour of men, worshipped as the great Victim-Man. Sanskrit form of the Chaldee Ish-nuh. Hindu god of which all Avatars are presented as crowned with a 3 point coronet.

 
Yezidis:
Devil worshippers of Koordistan.

 
Yule:
From Chaldean, meaning "infant", or "little child".

 
Zer:
[Chaldean] To encompass.

 
Zíemir-amit:
The branch-bearer

 
Zernebogus:
Pagan Anglo-Saxon god, described as "black, malevolent, ill-omened Divinity". From the Chaldean, Zer-Nebo-Gus denoting "the seed of the prophet Cush".

 
Zeira:
Greek form of the Chaldean zero. Also, became in Greek zoro. For example zuro-ashta became zuroaster.

 
Zero:
In Chaldee "the Seed". A circle in Chaldee was zero, or zer.

 
Zero-asta:
"The seed of the woman", name also signifies Ignigena, or "born of the fire."

 
Ziera:
Means a zone or enclosing band. A Greek word from the Chaldean zer, to encompass, and zero, "the seed". Also pronounced zeraa, becoming ziera.

 
Ziera Kissou:
[Greek] Meaning either a "band or circlet of Ivy" or "the seed of Cush". From Ziera and Kissoi.

 
Ziv:
[Chaldean] "Brightness" or "splendor"

 
Zor-adas:
"The only seed", also, Zoroadus or Zorades.

 
Zoroaster:
Originally speaking of Godís promise of the "seed of a woman", corrupted by the Babylonian religious system which was used by Semiramis as the means to deify her son. Because Ashta also signifies fire, came to be the origin of the fireworshippers, or the worshippers of "the seed of fire".

 
Zuhro:
(Or zuhre) "The shiner". In Chaldee, zhr, "to shine". Used in the participle active, The priesthood prompted the meaning to encompass the idea of zuro, "the seed".

 
Zuro-asha:
"Seed of the woman", also known as Zeroastes.

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