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“PAY LAY ALE” is a chant purportedly used in Mormon temples and is supposedly satanic in its nature. The apparent translation for
this is along the lines of “mouth to God”, or rather “O’ God, hear the words of my mouth!”.
Whenever I try to translate something, the first thing I look to is Aramaic and I've found nothing which suggests that the phrase translates as anything remotely like what it is said to mean. I have a theory...
The letter “P” is actually more of an “F”. As such it would not be said as in “pea” but rather like “fee”. This gives a whole new context to the phrase, insomuch that it now sounds very much like “phalli”, as in the “phallus”.
That's not all, let's consider this...
Obviously it means “Belial”, I don't need to elaborate on that.
Could this be what “Belial” actually means?
Thus, are the Mormons calling for a demon?
The demon which tempted Adam and Eve?
originally posted by: VigiliaProcuratio
a reply to: ComplexCassandra
I like me a good pale ale as well. Thing is, Mormons aren't allowed to drink alcohol.
If you believe that you understand something better than most everybody else, then please do feel free to elaborate. As for myself, I'm simply making a reference to what is possibly the oldest story ever known, in respect of Adam and Eve partaking of the forbidden fruit (which was most probably not an apple). It is said that the “serpent” was Lucifer and this is even re-enacted in Mormon temples, while they also chant something which, in my opinion, is a direct reference to Belial.
And Manasseh turned aside his heart to serve Belial;
for the angel of lawlessness, who is the ruler of this world,
is Belial, whose name is Matanbuchus.
~ Ascension of Isaiah 2:4