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Reply to "The Word ["Amen"]"

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Originally posted by Melesi:
oshun,

Oh, come--I did not say that Jesus could have been Germanic. That you would say so shows that you just might be deliberately misunderstanding me. I said that, since we do not know what he looked like--he is not described--then we have to hold open the possibility that he looked like anything, including that Germanic picture. I do not think that the possibility is great that he looked like that, but the point I made was not about his appearance but about our proud certainy in what we cannot be certain about. It was about us, not about him.


This is why I say you lost all credibilty... There is no way Jesus looksed Germanic...He was not German! He wasn't even European!

The fact that you defend the possibility of the racist White supremacist renduring of Jesus that is shoved down the Brown and Black masses(by the way MAJORITY) of the world as being even 'possible'... While completely dismissing the idea(fact IMO) that the Egyptian spiritual system, which the Hebrews spent the majority of the Old Testament living with/under around(via their own psuedo history which you seem to take quite literally) couldn't have influenced their 'new' religion, even though the freaking word is the same, even further discredits you.

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I am familiar with the word "cult." It's meaning is a bit larger than our modern popular definition of an incorrect worship or belief system. The term "cultus" (from which "cultic" comes) is a neutral term--a word without derogatory or positive meaning indicating a system of worship.


Pardon my French but, no shit. Cult of Jesus is what I was laughing at.

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Not all words in Hebrew had cultic or mystic meanings. In fact, the majority of them did not. The fact that letters were used as numbers does not mean that the letters and therefore the words have numerological meanings. "Negeth" does not; "shamem" does not--or can you find some mystic meaning in the words for "before" and "appall"? It isn't the "speech" that is divine to speakers of Hebrew, [b]it's the word of God.[/]


Tell that one to the Cabalists...or actually your local Rabbi... All Hebrew words in the BIBLE are divine...So Amen isn't in the Bible?

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And where the Egyptians received their knowledge is not the same as tracing an etymology. From where "up the Nile" did the word come? Which language? What did the word mean there and then? How was it used? Who used it? That's what I mean, and that information for the word "amen" is very likely not available. I notice that you did not provide it, despite your deep reading in Egyptian literature.


The first written words in Africa were the Medu Neteru(hierogyphs) therefore the etymology cannot be traced further back than the KMTic people... It isn't possible because of the passage of time, it is impossible because there are NO earlier writing period. So, instead of etymology, I was giving you what the Egyptians recorded in the Medu Neteru as the origin of ALL their beliefs/knowledge.

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Ok, they did not use the same word with exactly the same meaning. I mean, "amen" to describe all sorts of things and conditions is clearly not the name of a god. I did reference a few of the uses of the word in a previous post in this thread. You might want to look them up.;


You might want to look up how those are further titles of the god Amen...I forgot to mention that BTW.

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Everyday speech, not special, not divine, not referring to God. Just a common, everyday use of a common, everyday term. That is not proof of Egyptian gods in Hebrew.


Only someone with complete blinders, or completely ignorant of the information, would refute the Kemetic(Egyptian) origins of a large portion of Judeo-Christianity and the Helio Biblo.

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As for Moses, yes, he was learned in the ways of Egypt, but from the time of his self-imposed exile from Egypt he learned things a bit different from things Egyptian. I'm sure that he could learn after he left Egypt?


Exactly, with the expulsion of the foreign invader(Hyksos) from Egypt...The only recorded exodus...They changed the Egyptian spiritual system...hence the differences but OBVIOUS similarities.

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You appear more certain about these things that you should be.


No, I'm just not in denial because I have no vested interest to blindly hold onto the lies 'massa' told.
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