Originally posted by CasiusIgnoranze
EL in HEBREW means GOD. EL (deity)
ENIN in HEBREW means HAMMER.
Therefore, ELENIN in HEBREW means HAMMER OF GOD!
All these coincidences surrounding Comet Elenin simply cannot be ignored. I mean, the coincidences literally outweigh whatever NASA or the mainstream
say about this Comet being insignificant!
Either the passing of Comet Elenin will be used as a benchmark to initiate drastic changes by false flags planned by the NWO, or Leonid Elenin just
has an awesome bad a$$ name!
edit on 20-8-2011 by CasiusIgnoranze because: .
Hammer in Ancient Hebrew.
The pictograph for the root word pierce makes hammer. Pierce uses two pictographs. The first is the pictograph for the sun at the horizon. The
second is the tent and what is inside. Combining these two, we get the meaning of gathering inside. A container for gathering something inside. The
other words coming from this root are cavity (such as the stomach), Hammer (tool used to pierce) and Wine Trough (the cavity where the wine drains
This is not the only root that derives the word hammer.
The next root is Strike. The pictographs are the open mouth, the shepherd's staff and the open palm. When the word hammer is made, the pictograph
for the closed hand is used in addition to the others.
I think it would also be prudent to define wine. Wine uses the pictograph of the closed hand and the sprouting seed. Words coming from the root are
Mire and Dove. Wine represents several things in the Bible:
Drunkenness, blood, doctrine, blessing and life in the body. Mostly, wine represents love and faith
These uses in Jeremiah are interesting:
“Is not my word like fire,” declares the LORD, “and like a hammer that breaks a rock in pieces?
How broken and shattered is the hammer of the whole earth! How desolate is Babylon among the nations!
Interestingly, these are the last two uses of hammer in the Bible. Jeremiah is a book of judgment on the earth and on Mystery Babylon.
So what does it all mean? Who knows. It's really interesting to look at anyway. If you compare the root meanings of the above, you get somewhat of
a picture of a hammer piercing the wine press, releasing the potential of peace on the earth through faith and love. We know that the verses in
Jeremiah relate to the mystery Babylon that will be broken with God's hammer in the end times. What would it take to set the world system in a state
of destruction? Will this lead to blessing? The Bible talks about new wine in an old wine sack. There are countless parables that could apply with
miring in drunkenness and the dove of peace arising from the baptism and the new wine of Christ. This is all pretty interesting to think about.
Good luck with the thread.
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