Saturday, September 15, 2012

Is Ra El - Isa La Mu - Is Ma El - Is La Am

Question on name:

"Yahweh is simply a grammatical variation of ehyeh; ehyeh is first person singular, whereas Yahweh is third person singular. Because Yahweh is grammatically noted as third person singular for Yahweh, it means, “He is,” whereas ‘ehyeh,’ being in the first person means, “I am.”

[Spanish pronunciation of Allah is Ayah which in Malay is Father = Abba (Aramaic: Father)  DD]

Therefore, when humans discuss God’s name, the usage is Yahweh, meaning, “He is,” whereas when Yahweh Himself speaks, only HE can rightfully claim ownership in the first person singular construction, saying, “I AM.”

The Septuagint was commonly available and used by Jews during the lifetime of Jesus because the entire Roman Empire used Koine Greek as its primary national language, just as English is fast becoming the global standard today. This major Greek version is called the Septuagint (meaning, ‘seventy’) because of the legend that the Torah was translated in the 3rd century BC by 72 scholars. The legend is probably accurate in several respects: The first Greek translation included only the Torah, and it was done in Alexandria in the 3rd century BC. Eventually the remaining Hebrew Scriptures were translated, but obviously, they were translated by other scholars whose skills and viewpoints differed.

As a result, the Jews of that period sought after a Hebrew Bible for benefit of everyone in synagogue could understand, due mainly to the decline of spoken Hebrew, then spoken by very few, mostly scribes, rabbis, and pockets of communities of Jews scattered in many places. Consequently, the Septuagint is the Hebrew Old Testament translated in Greek and it played a key role in the changes made to the Hebrew name for God (i.e. – using the Tetragrammaton, YHWH to replace ‘Yahweh’ & omitting Yahweh altogether).

As a spoken language, ancient Hebrew is much different than in its written form. God revealed himself by His personal Name to Moses as, “I AM THAT I AM,” (ehyeh asher ehyeh); "

Jah from where? Jah=Yah=IeshRaEl  Hallelu'jah; (h)Al le lu ya; Al-ilah Leyv, Luv Jah [God/Bog/Got/Judah/Yehuda/Buddha/Kuda/Allah/Yahweh/Jehova/Yeshiva/Shiva]
Ra + Jah = Raja/Rasta/RaShDa/Royal/Regnal/Regulate/Ras/Rosh

In the original text of the Hebrew Bible, the Hebrew letters for "Jah" occurs 50 times, 26 times alone and 24 times in the term "Hallelujah" or the even earlier Hebrew translation of "Hallelu'yah", since the letter "J" was first brought into language around 500 years ago

Hebrew: Jasher/Yasher = Upright/Just
Arabic: Shah, Sheikh
Spanish: Hacer
English: Church?

P/Bahana(Zuni/Hopi) perhaps linked to Bwana (Sir in Swahili, from Arabic abūna our father, master)
- The term originates from the Hebrew word shibbólet (שִׁבֹּלֶת), which literally means the part of a plant containing grains, such as an ear of corn or a stalk of grain[3] or, in different contexts, "stream, torrent".[4][5] The modern usage derives from an account in the Hebrew Bible, in which pronunciation of this word was used to distinguish Ephraimites, whose dialect lacked a /ʃ/ phoneme (as in shoe), from Gileadites whose dialect did include such a {sh}phoneme.

lith litho litr let letra/petra/tetra lythe lyze lathe latch lact leche leck
pile pillar cellar well kadoor equator equine equi kwekwel/wheel

Jacob poured oil on pillow/pillar stone, Moses got water from split stone, Hindus pour ghee on stone statue

(Je) Ho Ba Shi Ra

Jah Oba Lisk  (Oba = king, god, bwana(Sir)=(Arab)abuna, cf Obama, Obelisk) {African}
Jahweh/Ya-Ha-W(eh)-Ha (note: early O/UB replaced by WV in Medit.) YHWH {Hellene/Roman}
Jehova lechem {Jewish to European}
Yeshiva lechaim {Hebrew/hapiru/abiru/abrahm/Chaldean oraha/m}
Shiva lingam {Hindu/sindh/sinhalanka/brahman/rahman}
Diva/devas/diviner (see bashira below (Arab seer, ba sheer ah; messiah?)
Kiva (Pueblo under/g/round chamber/temple w/ dome roof teya cf tepa/cupola & shipapu hole)
Estuva (Zuni kiva) from Spanish estufa-stove/heater/tletl, shipapu hole, central column
Qufa/(Tigris round corracle, cf kophar, gopher, gufa, tepa, Quba(Ar round leather tent)
Kirk (Scottish church)
Gereja (Malay church)
Church (English)

Huaca (Qechua): spirit, wind?
Wakkan Tanka (Lakota): great spirit (breath container?)
Ceylon ka/Sri Lanka (Singhala):
SaMariTan ka? Samaria, Mari
Tanakh Heb. bible story 'container'
kantong: pocket, socket (embayment/cave?)
tong sampah: garbage can

hazzan(Hebrew/Tepewa/N)=Cantor/Ecat/l olin(N)=holy wind, e.g., gaita(B/sp)=Eca-itoa(N)=Heck talks(E)=duddlesack/bagpipe,=h/th/t/lazzan= tlaza(N) (from tletl)

sky: Malay langit, Samoan lani, white sailors = papalani ~ pahana(Hopi: older white brother)
wind: angin

nauatl terms - breath

our breathtehcauh
he is out of breath; he pants; it pantsihcica
his breath, his spirit; its essenceihiyo
breath; spiritihiyotl
his breath; his spiritihiyotzin
your breath; your spiritmihiyo
comoni: ? common, como(Sp) how, comment(Fr) how, macam mana  (Malay), how;
how-many; macam ini (like this), omni directional loco-motion (place-move) locus(location) focus(Ital fire, Latin hearth) ~ hocus pocus, co-motion/cosmos, modus


Koshinto: "shin-no-mihashira (sacred central pole)." mitsu (3) bashira 3 pillar torii torii = birds nest on stilts, pillar gateway

daikoku-bashira is the central pillar of a wooden Japanese-style dwelling. The daikoku-bashira supports the entire structure. Daikoku, a Japanese Buddhist deva god/idol derived from the Hindu war god Mahakala earlier from Shiva

Yeshiva-Bashira(Jap.central column of Shiva temple)-Bashira(Ar. seer[messenger] of good news)-Misr(Ar. Egypt)-Messiah

 Within the mythology of the Ancient Near East, the Ugaritic de(u/v)ities are said to dwell in encampments .. these "encampments" are referred to as territories or strongholds. Hence, the deities were said to possess their own dwelling and their own territory which they called [msr).  (masra, mastura, masada = tabernacle, t-apa=camp + ngolu structure-r/boundary)

cf permit/ssion permit [entry 1] msr~mtr
Origin: late Middle English (originally in the sense "commit, hand over"): from Latin permittere, from per- "through, around" + mittere/mittō ("send" allow/authorize, mission).

taber/tepe/tipi/teya - te/ti is same as interior/endura/indweller, pe/pi/ya = people/pueblo/public/hub

Food goddess: Oho-ge-tsu-hime. Remember that aha signifies not only "foam" but "millet"

22:3 Aha-ji signifies "foam-way," i.e., "the way to Foam (Aha)-Island
Foam/flue/fire/fuel/plume=bloom/blow=pomum(Turk)/grindmill spindrill, aha-apa/hub/husk
saho-ki, "pole-trees,"... "The most important mode of divination practised by the primitive Japanese was that of scorching the shoulder-blade of a deer over a clear fire, and finding, omens in the cracks produced by the heat."
Hi appears to signify "fire" or "sun." Kumaso is properly a compound, Kuma-so, as the district is often mentioned by the simple name of So. Kuma signifies "bear," Turkish candle 

bast(inner bark of basswood-lime tree used in basketry) bok/birch/bark/cork, vasru-vessel
sock(sack, pock) + et = socket, pocket, kwok/(Ir)quaich/(ON)kvench=quench, hassock
kettle(metal pot), vesl
candle(wax-fats-gras), canasta(sp basket)
(Atha)baskan, pastel(wax crayons)

Waketa - Basque friend
Wakau - Menominee AmerInd friend

In the Ramayana, it was also known as Lankadweepa, with dweepa meaning "island". From the Ramayana comes the Javanese name Alengko for Ravana's kingdom. Another traditional Sinhala name for Sri Lanka was Lakdiva, with diva also meaning "island".(maldives)  An alternative etymology for the Greek Taprobanê is from the Sanskrit Tambrapani ("great pond" or "pond covered with red lotus"), most likely in association with the great tanks for which Sri Lanka is famed

The priests of ancient Egypt who maintained shrines along the Nile regarded ritual purity as essential to their ministry. Many of these priests were devotees of Horus and are called "Horites" in the Bible. The Horites were a caste of ruler-priests who maintained high standards of moral behavior.

Abba Rabbi(H)Imam AbRaHm Ibrahim Brahmin Brahma Rahman
For Abraham's Horite ancestors, the Sun and the scarab spoke to them of their deity, HR (Horus in Greek). He was regarded with his father Ra as the marker of boundaries. Horo (oros in Greek) refers to boundaries. From horo come the English words hour, horizon and horoscope. Today "horoscope" connotes astrology, but the word originally meant observer of the hours, from hora (time or hour) and skopos (observer or watcher). The Horite priests observed the heavens day and night.

In the time of Abraham's Nilotic ancestors, the priests of Horus (called "Horites" in the Bible) were dedicated to observation of the planets and constellations. They believed that the pattern of the heavens was mirrored on earth. They observed that the planets and the constellations have an orderly clock-like movement and they perceived as that being the same order on earth. They conceived of this order as fixed and established by the generative force that makes existence possible (logos, ruach, wisdom). The Horite priests were the known earliest astronomers and it is likely that horo is a reference to their celestial archetypes surrounding Horus, the son of Ra, born to Hathor-Meri. Hathor-Meri's animal totem was a cow. She is shown at the Dendura (Mbuti endura-spatial inside) Temple holding her newborn son in a manger or stable.

The Horites were devotees of HR (Hor, Hur, Har or Horus) whose mother Hathor-Meri conceived miraculously by the overshadowing of the Sun (the Creator's emblem).
Ruach eloyim means spirit, breath, wind, movement of God. The association of wind with Horus is seen also in the word harmattan, referring to the dry wind that seasonally blows across the Sahara.

Ancient towers and temples reflect the cosmology of their builders. The differing geometric shapes of the temples of the Horite Sabians (Afro-Arabian Dedanites) associated the hexagon with Saturn, the triangle with Jupiter, the rectangle with Mars, the square with the Sun, the octagon with the Moon, and a triangle within a quadrangle with Venus.

Fixed Boundaries in Genetics

The word horotely is used to describe the boundaries of evolutionary change for a given group of plants or animals.  (Biblical anthropology)

Statue is fake, from 20th century:

silky nettles from Austria used in Danish burial cloth
Syria souk, Hebrew sukha/sukhot, English dovecote, Saami goati/kota
Was Silk road originally Souk road? Probably.

BaMbuti mongolu-endura (dome enclosure-space)
Nauatl ocelotl cat god/cave lion (Hebrew Ari-El vs i(s)RaEl)
Hebrew (oc)Elo(hi)m
English cell, cf cellulose, kell, shell, bell.


DDeden said...

bashira: seer/diviner
(Bashir M)

Well-educated; wise

Swahili: One who predicts good things to come

DDeden said...

huaca: sacred shrine, temple (cave?)

cf waketa, waukau, wakkan tanka

DDeden said...

The Torah tradition predates Moses and reflects the Nilo-Palestinian veneration of written texts (scrolls). In this tradition, no changes were permitted to the writings. They were to be preserved for all generations unchanged. It was the ruler’s responsibility to see that the sacred tradition of the fathers (horim) was not corrupted. (Biblical anthropology blog)


Birth of Horus to Hathor & Ra/Re at Dendura temple Egypt (endura)