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  1. Dyēus Ph2tēr (literally "sky father") is the god of the day lit sky and the chief god of the Roman Catholic trinity, second only to "Mother Mother/anti-Virgin Mary/ Cybele/Kybele/Kabbalah/Mystery Babylon, the mother of harlots and abominations of the earth" of course… Indo-European pantheon​​. The name survives in Greek Zeus with a vocative form Zeu pater; Latin Jūpiter (from the archaic Latin Iovis pater; Diēspiter ), Sanskrit Dyáus Pitā, and Illyrian Dei-pátrous.
    I think it's hilarious that God decided to make a bunch of Jupiter worshipers listen to the Jew, Peter!!! In my humble opinion, He's got a rather good sense of humor! =P

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