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What is in a name?
the time that I first gathered the materials for this article on Oct 30, 2008 and the next day when I published it, my
dad’s computer was attacked with “2500 trojan horses.” Also the
visibility I had patiently gained on the Google search engine and
others since starting my web site in the middle of August all but
disappeared. Previously, common keywords such as “democracy
tyranny” and others would bring up my web page with some
favorable place in the search results. By the election, one could
only find my web page by searching for my name, which little would have
known. The hack of my dad’s computer resulted in the damage in
hardware, as soon after he had to replace a memory card.
Barack Hussein Obama
Notice the similarity to the word hiyleyl translated Lucifer from Isa 14:12:
How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
This name for satan represents his charming deceptive side as spoken of by Paul in 2Cor 11:14:
And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.
Furthermore consider that the context of Isa
14:12 is that of satan using a man to wield influence and power.
As one bearing a name that is a synonym of satan in all his charms, concern may arise regarding a man having a charm and personality to move others to follow him in spite of obvious radical ties, foreign and Muslim conflicts of interest, all of which he resolutely denies. That his middle name Hussein means “little beauty” re-emphasizes this charismatic interpretation of his first and also plays into another scripture addressed to satan in his use of a man:
Although a man may defy the power of his name by choosing a different way, it is easier to follow smooth ways much as in other aspects of life. So it seems to be in this case. This power seemingly would be proportional to size of his acquaintance, so that in the rise to prominence, a leader could be easy swept along into the course of life that his name compels.
Satan bids against God for the souls of all
men. It would be reckless, therefore, to infer any more than
other facts substantiate. It would also be reckless to follow
anyone blindly in the face of apparent dangers.
Scripture quotations are from the King James
Hebrew definitions are taken from the 1906 Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew Aramaic Lexicon.
2008 Created (exact date unknown).