Recently they changed their name from ISIS to the Islamic State. Why? Is ISIS too obvious a connection to the other Isis?
The first Isis was the Egyptian goddess who was worshiped throughout the Middle East, Greece, and Rome. She was considered the ideal mother, wife, protector of the dead, and both sister and wife to Osiris. Horus was their son. Isis was also associated with magic and nature.
Is it a coincidence that a terrorist group has the same acronym as a goddess who is still the central figure to many cults around the world?
Besides that fact that both ISISs are from the Middle East, there is the worship factor which still goes on today in many cults across the world. Freemasons are probably the most famous Isis worshipers. One of their favorite symbols is the triangle because of their Pythagorean worship (yes, the guy who invented the Pythagorean Theory with right triangles).
Freemasons also use Isis in other symbols such as their broken column statue.
If you read The Last Degree, then you know how many people believe the Freemasons are part of the inner circle who plan New World Order. The Muslim ISIS's new leader also calls for a one world government. The only difference is that he calls for a caliphate spin on everything.
Is the name a coincidence, or another play on words/symbols by the shadow elite? Let me know your thoughts and views.