Building Block Primary Word Father

Building Block Primary Word Father

What Happens When Father is Combined with Existent He/She/It?

Or is it Existent Father combining with HE/SHE/IT?  Or is HE/SHE/IT combining with EXISTENT FATHER.  Depends on how the word was created by the author.  In all cases these are neutral words.  NO GENDER.

Yesterday we looked at the primary words brother/brother, and bond, the glue translated as mother.  The graphic giving a better description than my words.

What happens when the primary word FATHER is combined with other primitive root words. Again a graphic is being supplied to premium subscribers.

Two Examples in This Graphic

  1. Primary word FATHER, a neutral word, combined with a primitive root word that means TO SURROUND.  Depending upon which author and which time frame and which place these words are put together creates a different outcome.
    Combining the primary building block word FATHER with the primitive root word TO SURROUND gives us either FATHER TO SURROUND or TO SURROUND FATHER.
  2. In this case there are three words joined together to create a fourth word. Actually we could say four words combined to form a fifth; because the primitive root To Exist poduces EXISTENTbefore it is joined with the other three words.We have been looking at the word EXISTENTwhich was translated as God and other words.  Just one of the 14 different word recipes used to create the English word, God.In this example the primary word FATHER was combined with EXISTENT and also  a word that means HE/SHE/IT.  All of them neutral words.

    What is the end result of joining those three words?  How many different words were used for this.  Existent appears hundreds of time.  We saw one example where EXISTENT was combined with OPEN WIDE FREE which was translated as Jehoshuah, Jehoshua, Joshua, Jesus, Esaias, Isaiah, Jesaiah, Jeshaiah.  There may be others that I have not uncovered yet.

    The following graphic presents questions.  What is FATHER HE/SHE/IT EXISTENT?  How can father be she or it, if FATHER is gender?

    The answer is easy, there is no gender in our writings.  It was infused by the nature of the English language creating a Tower of Babel, confusion of languages.

    Just because a religious group confiscated our writings from the HUMAN LIBRARY and decided to build religious doctrines of demons and devils, dogmas of control, does not mean those teachings are what we wrote.

    Most of the Bible is not even translated, it remains in words that are foreign to English.  So religion treats them like lists of names of people and miss the story line.

    In the following graphic the broken green lines indicates the direction of growth in forming a new word.  Where the lines intersect with the solid green, in this case the PRIMARY WORD FATHER, is the point of formation of the new word.

    So in case one there are only two words that form a new word.  In case #2 there are three words combined to create a fourth word.  Or as stated above 4 combined into five.  Five is a window,  the window reveals more to us.  Reveals a step between TO EXIST and EXISTENT.

    This poses another question if EXISTENT is God, then how did God come into EXISTENCE out of TO EXIST?  English words TO EXIST is future?  Who/what is this God that comes into EXISTENCE?

    The first appearance of the English word God actually means plural gods.

To Work or Be a Worshipper That is the Question!

To Work or Be a Worshipper That is the Question!

To Work or Worship Husband?

The words of the Sweet Little Books that we scribed 1845BC to70AD were translated into many different words causing confusion.

Interpretations have buried them.

Husband Translated Many Different Words

There is a primitive root word that means be master.  Out of the root comes two words, both mean master/husband/owner translated into many different words.  This means we have to know what translated words mean master/husband/owner and what is being written about.

Master/owner/husband of what? where? why?  We did not write about male gender persons called husbands bound by mans law to female gender persons called wives.

Making these assumptions has led to mass human suffering through religious teachings. (more…)

What is Husband What is Wife?

Today when we say husband and wife; we are saying, thinking, talking about a male gender person husband bound by law to another human person wife assigned the gender of female.

When we INTERPRET husband and wife as merely gender based words in the KJB; we bury the truth about what our pen scribed 1845 BC to 70AD.

The word meaning husband, master, controller is buried for the most part in translated words intended to keep us on track about what husband and wife is actually about.  Misinterpretations have thrown us off our pathway.

My Cherokee roots say do not mess in anyone’s walk, else you throw them off their track.

Head of House Completed

Egyptian Math Will Add Height

These two titles summarize what the Light Bringer brought to us.  Translated Luke 23:50, 51.

Lo, man conspicuous position Will Add advisor, good and equitable Height.
Place of waking Judasim who/who admit royal diety.

What does the mean?  What is this saying to us?  Remember I write from the original word, number and letter meanings.  This is not my interpretation; but what James Strong revealed to us in the 1800s.

 Capital words are merely an identification of translated words that today, we mistakenly call names of people and places.  They are most often the story line. (more…)

What Does First Mean?

If We Do Not know Then we Assume

In todays world when we say first we are referring to an order of something.  As being ahead of everything else or the beginning of something.

There are 8 different words in the Old Testament rendered as first as well as many other words besides first.

There are 9 different words in the New Teatament rendered as first as well as many other words besides first.

In both the OT and the NT there is only, neutral first or female first, both non gender.   There is no male first, also non gender .   Why?  (more…)