What Was Depression?

What Was Depression?

What Did Our Pen Write About Depression?

A word translated in the KJB as Maachah, Maacah.  From which comes the Machathite, Maachathi, Maachathites.  Then interpreted as personages.

This word is used at least 29 times.  The table below is not in any special order.  Following the table there is one story written in the original meanings from one single verse.

Lest you think Depression is not important because it is Old Testament.  There is no New Testament without the old.  Remove all the references to the Old Testament words and the New Testament has no leg to stand on.

1 time in FIRSTGENESIS  written 1688BC place unknown
1 time in EXISTENTJOSHUA from OPEN WIDE builder of PerpetuityNUN (1646BC in the place of the skullGilgal.) (more…)

Holy Dog

This story connects the Egyptian Anubis, opener of the way to the Holy Dog of the Lakota and the original text about the dog.  The 3000 year old story is about a house; that is twoparts, a dog and Yah is Salvation forming a head, the man of war, that saw a good report in the promised land.

This is the model of the mastership Egypt; for the master human kingdom to follow.  See good in all situations.  Every attempt is a bullseye if we see it that way.

Some Other Views

Perhaps this modern dog in the following video  has a message for us humans.  Every kingdom is the elder of the human kingdom.  Perhaps this dog is saying dance more, love more, laugh more, enjoy life more.

Or maybe the Dancing Horse is the messenger.  What do you think? Who is blessing who?  Is it the youngest kingdom blessing the elder, Holy Dog, the horse?  Or is it the elder blessing the younger?



In Addition 

The PBS Nature series on Horses reveals that man learned to ride horses about 4000 years ago.  This wonderful view of the Mongolian Buddhist horsemen with Julia Roberts gives us more insight as to how our elder, the horse has taught and impacted the human kingdom.

My Strangest Encounter with Dog

I had occasion to do a medical mission trip to the Phillipines, Mindanao Island to be exact.  I observed the human and the dog kingdoms existing side by side as if the other did not exist.  This was a very strange thing to me, having had a lot of dogs as companions in my life.

I questioned why the dogs did not seem to even know that humans existed.  The answer was a practical one.  Dogs were carriers of rabies and so the humans simply ignored them.  Never invited an encounter and thus provided a form of protection.

Perhaps the lesson from dog here is ignore what seems to be a threat and live life as if the threat does not exist.  This approach is opposite of  chaining up, enclosing or euthanizing the problems.