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Originally posted by Somebodyelse7
That is a very strange story indeed. I'm not a particular believer of ghosts but i do think there are 'things', i say things because i am unsure what or who they are.
Anyway perhaps as a child you had a guardian of some sort? A playful one who enjoyed playing tricks on people..
Not much of an explanation but in all honesty i don't think you will ever find one. Lots of different people will have lots of different theories but the chances of you finding the correct one is very unlikely.
Originally posted by MCoG1980
reply to post by Pakd-on-mystery
Possibly its is a phrase you heard? Maybe we should at least look at breaking the word up - Mahi Sepp. Sepp in German (you said you were in Berlin) is Joeseph. I'm working on Mahi, i have only found a Hindutranlation so far, meaning Earth i think, and Mahi-Mahi in Hawaiian that means dolphin flesh. The closest German word to it i found was Maher, meaning reaper. As you were in Germany, i am thinking more likely you may have been speaking German???
Source for the German words:
and the hindu (type the word in the search bar at top of document):
Originally posted by Pakd-on-mysteryHi man, first of all thanks for helping, but "Sepp" does not come from berlin. It comes from Bavaria, and is the short version of Joseph, similar to Will for William. Sepp although is not used at all in Berlin because the name Joseph here is abreviated with "Jo". It is somewhat regional her in germany. Second of all, You mean "Mäher" which is pronounced more like an "E" than an "A". Mahisepp has more of the Hawaiian sound to it. Otherwise I believe it would have been Mähhisepp or so. But the Hawaiian Hint was Excellent. Thats exactly the sound of the word.
[edit on 21/4/2009 by Pakd-on-mystery]
Originally posted by Pakd-on-mystery
What I ahve been thinking is that I maybe got it from the Christmas Story or so, becauz "Maria and Joseph", put together into a childish word might sound like that if pronounced the german way