Mithras from Hebrew, משרה (Mishrah) "Liquor" cognate with the Sanskrit word
for Wine, मूत्र (Mūtra) and रस(Rasa) "Liquor", same as ראש(Ras) "Gall"
Will one plow (Charash) there with oxen(baqar) for ye have turned (haphak) judgment into gall (Ras)
and the fruit of righteousness into hemlock:
Baqar (בקר ) 'Oxen'
- Bocer(בסר ) ' Sour Grape'
- Pikros (πικρός) ' Sour
- Pikorion (πιχοριον) 'Ox Tongue
- Keras/Kras (κράς/κεράς) 'Mixed * κράς/חרוש/Χριστός
- Ras (ראש) 'Gall
- Mishra (משרה ) 'Liquor
Gen 49:11 - Blood of Grapes (דם ענבים /αἷμα οἰνόπων )
Num 6:3 - Liquor of grapes (משרת ענבים / πικράς οἰνόπων )
κρατήρ (Krater) "mixing bowl for wine"
- κεράννυμ "Mix" ( חרוש)
- κρατός "Mix"
- παντοκράτωρ "Christ Pantocrator"
Pantocrator is often a translation of the Hebrew דדי/שדי "Teat" which is the poetic
word for Grapes (Sng 7:7) "Breasts are like a cluster of Grapes" (Isa 32:12)
and became the Arabic word توت (Tut) "Mulberry" and תות שדה "Strawberry"
and inspired "72 Virgins" (Grapes) or Bacchantes, "The Virgin followers of Dionysus"
Makkah , originally Bakkah is Bacchus .
Aristobulus II, High Priest of Judea (Right) titled "Bacchius Judaeus" (55 BCE)
Dionysus on a Stauros (σταυρός) with a Crown of Thorns ( 450 BCE)The golden vine mentioned by Florus was also described by Josephus, He reported that Aristobulus gave Pompey the golden vine of the temple, bearing the inscription, "The gift of Alexander, the king of the Jews," which was sent to Rome to be displayed in the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus (Antiquities, Book 14, Ch. 3)
Baby Dionysus Bacchus Jesus Yahweh Elohim Attis Iacchus Tammuz Fuflun Mithras Adonis Osiris Jupiter Sabazios Liber in his manger