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Different languages and the name of God

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posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 01:05 AM
Video on the Essenes and Dead Sea Scrolls

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The Dead Sea Scrolls are the oldest copy of biblical texts, containing biblical texts as well as ones missing from the modern book. They date from the second century B.C.E. They were found in the 1950s but the content was kept very secret until the 1990s. Even now, only small parts are available or made public at all. They were written by the community of monks called the Essenes, or the Great White Lodge, who lived virtuosly and rightously, and even had connections to the east. Yod He Vau He is foundational and key to the DSS, regardless of anything. Truth is truth however far back in antiquity it might go. Anyways, they were VERY literate in many languages, both languages known to us and secret languages unknown to us now

The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls was hailed as an important discovery

Although many of the scrolls are written in Aramaic script, other languages were also used, such as Greek. Some fragments were written in old Hebrew called Paleo-Hebrew and a few were written in a secret script for initiates. An interesting and important scroll called the Habakkuk Commentary [Figure 3], is an illustration of square Hebrew script or Aramaic used in the 1st and 2nd centuries B.C. Note, however, the use of an ancient Hebrew script employed on line 10 to write the divine name of the Lord. The slant on the four letter word which represents the name of God as YHWH also has a different lettering style.

The Tetragrammation and the DSS


Interesting quotes about the tetragramation

Tetragrammaton - a name of God that can be thought, read, gestured, and written, but not spoken aloud.

Originally, YHVH is a vibration or like a mantra, like OM

and a portrait of how a physical representation would be in 22 parts

But what is not always known and needs to be considered, is that very far back in time some people had no writing system. In fact, what might not be so commonly known is that Egypt, the 22 part Tarot, travelling Egyptians, and those of a few other lands too probably, were the start of various civilizations written language and spiritual teachings which eventually became religous concepts. And in fact, greed and gambling could insure that at least some of the shell remains if not the inner meaning

Modern Tarot version

Who mapped the contellations?

posted on Jun, 7 2008 @ 04:34 PM
another little clip on the DSS

posted on Jun, 8 2008 @ 03:30 PM
Another interesting thing to note is that it has been realized by scientists now that the teachings of Jesus Christ and Jon the Baptist directly come from the teachings of the Essenes.

posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 09:43 PM
constellations and the Tarot video

posted on Jul, 30 2008 @ 08:40 PM
Pyramids align to 10,500 BC

posted on Jul, 30 2008 @ 09:15 PM
Moving this to video.

While the subject is interesting, the truth is that most folks who are at work can NOT play videos (whereas they can read text) without getting into some problems with management. Given the heavy video portion of the discussion, I think that videos is the better place for it.

Ancient Civ, where discussions are usually about texts and pictures isn't a good place for lots of posts with videos to watch.

posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 01:13 PM
Is it true that the Dead Sea Scrolls claimed that Jesus drank Hemlock?

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