Aušrinė, Baltic pagan deity of medicine, health and beauty. Alaunus, Gaulish god of the sun, healing and prophecy associated with Greek god Helios-Apollo It can refer to magic, but it very often refers to the practice of medicine or what might be called healing arts (see Liddell and Scott, a Greek-English Lexicon). Airmed, Irish goddess associated with healing and resurrection. hāh geHah gêhāh. Interlinear Greek • Interlinear Hebrew • Strong's Numbers • Englishman's Greek Concordance • Englishman's Hebrew Concordance • Parallel Texts. Ancient Greek thinking and philosophy paved the way for significant advances in medicine. However, by the 5th century BCE, there were attempts to identify the material causes for illnesses rather than spiritual ones and this led to a move away from superstition towards scientific enquiry, although, in reality, the two would never be wholly separated. In the New Testament the word pharmekeia occurs three times (Gal 5:19-21; Rev 9:21; 18:23). 15 But Greek myths did not provide divine revelations or spiritual teachings. In 129 C.E., Galen was born. It does not refer to both of these things at the same time. Links. 14 Scholars view the texts based on Egyptian and Babylonian traditions within the complex of culture and natural philosophy, religion, and mysticism. Englishman's Concordance. These uses of 'sorcerers' (KJV) use a different Greek word to the singular use of this word in Acts 13:6,8; so this is not just the plural of the same word. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. GREEK MEDICINE AND HOLISTIC HEALING Looking for a Natural Alternative to Modern Medicine. Asclepius, Greek Asklepios, Latin Aesculapius, Greco-Roman god of medicine, son of Apollo (god of healing, truth, and prophecy) and the mortal princess Coronis. A great number of terms in modern psychiatry, medicine and related disciplines originate from the Greek, including pathology, schizophrenia, ophthalmology, gynaecology, anatomy, pharma cology, biology, hepatology, homeopathy, allopathy and many others. Hippocrates was a Greek doctor who made many contributions to medicine. Celtic. From the Greek 'pharmakeus' (Words 5332 and 5333 in Strongs). Before Hippocrates the beginnings of Greek Medicine are mostly blank pages. … Seeing the overly analytical, reductionistic direction that modern medicine was taking, and the harmful, toxic, or invasive nature of many of its treatments, a number of far-sighted, holistically minded individuals arose in rebellion to found their own schools of holistic medicine. In ancient Greek medicine illness was initially regarded as a divine punishment and healing as, quite literally, a gift from the gods. He founded the first school of medicine, which was the first place where medicine was separated from philosophy and religion. So there is a connection between all four uses of words 5331, 5332 and 5333 in Revelation. Ragana, witch deity protecting healers and wisdom holders. Start studying Greek Words in Medicine. Instead of believing that illness happened as a punishment from the gods, Hippocrates suggested that people got sick because of how or where they lived. It depends on context.