reply to post by 888LetsRoll
OK, i will assume that you did not see my explanation why isis stuff is redicoulous, so i will repeat it. From your own previous post.Written by me.
Copy-pasted. So if the intent is not to create an empty arguement in which another redicoulous "more bankers then cops" will be born in scores - i
will give it a chance.With approximetly 0.000006 percent success.
However, since this is not the first time i see the isis thing, i would like to describe why Israel combined from isis, ra and el is a very silly
idea. First two are Egyptian deities. They are written correctly in hieroglyphs. So to take a part of English word describing this hieroglyph is
Detailed explanation: "ra" is written as a picture of an eye with all sorts of stuff around. It was pronounced as rah or re. It is written and
pronounced as ra now in a language which appeared at least a thousand years later then the name Israel.
Isis - it is written as a women ,half circle and a weird form. It was pronounced as usat/ese/esi. So far we have Esirahel. Or maybe you like better
Usatreel? How someone can take half of a WRONG pronunciation/writing in a language at least thousand years younger then the one in which Israel is
(not to mention the one in which isis was) written, is beyond my understanding.
El is fine - because it is a semitic word!!!! Just as Israel.
An example how you can make anything out of the blue if you try hard enough:
Let us take Iran:
Isis+RA+Nut. Hey - we just got Iran out of Egyptian gods. Oh joy. Let us disregard that both the Iran and names of Egyptian gods are written in
English!!! Not in Egyptian hieroglyphs and Persian .
Because we just made a huge historical discovery!
End of shameless self-quoting.
A new claim. Also ,hm, problematic.
Amen. Hebrew word. Written in three letters. pronounced in Hebrew as amen.
Amen - Egiiptian deity pronounced in English. Egiptians said Yamanu. Written as dude sitting near saw-like stuff,wave and a feather. Kopts call it
Testament - origin - Latin Testamentum. Testari - witness. In Hebrew -not used.
A little further expalnation of what person who originally made all these claims did without any second thought:
He took specific parts of names of Egyptian dieties as pronounced now, 3 thousand years later, in totally different language and pronouncement. Then
he combined it with another 3 thousnd years old semitic word. Then he achieved an English (thousand plus years old)- written semitic (3 thousand years
You find it convincing?