Religious Boogeyman Satan

Where does the word Satan come from?

In the original text of the OLD Testament there a word that means opponent is TRANSLITERATED into the letters s a t a n.  Religious interpreters of the New Testament made the s a capital letter and treated the four letters as a word, i.e Satan.

Transliterated letters are not words.  They are symbolic of the original word.  We use this all the time in going back and forth between languages.

To be translated the letters s a t a n must result in a word that is equal to opponent.

When the letter s was made a capital letter it inferred in English that it was the name of a person, place or important thing.  Religion teaches that the word Satan is a spiritual being that desires to destroy humans.  Cannot answer the question, who/what created Satan?  Or at best says that God made Satan to teach us lessons.

Interestingly another word that means hurtful was INTERPRETED as meaning a masculine devil.   But  these words were used  in the Bible…bad, evil, grievous, harm, lewd, malicious, wicked, wickedness.  Wonder why  masculine devil was not used? These are English chosen words they are not word meanings taken from the original text. (more…)

Third Times a Charm

Where Did This Saying Come From?  What Does it Represent?

The source is unknown but the principle is not.  As always the reference is back to what our pen wrote 1845BC to 70AD; scrolls that are the supposed source of the interpreted works called Bible.  There are no translations in circulation to the public.  Are there any true translations?  One can only wonder.

Math, in those writings  is not arithmetic.  If arithmetic principles are applied to the words, that English supposes are merely numbers;  the mathematical principles are lost.

Ever wonder why there are words one, two, three, four, thousands, hundred etc. instead of 1, 2, 3, 4, 1000, 100, in the Bible?  They represent mathematical principles…..not arithmetic principles of adding, subtracting, multiplying, etc..

Take anything and break it into three pieces; not thirds of equal measure as arithmetic would insist; but three pieces; which is still thirds/thirds.  Although, they could be equal; it is not a requirement and has nothing to do with the math principle being used.

We can start from the whole which is either neutral or rememberedmale.  That starting point is determined by the state of process.  Either stage can be complete or complete word, representing something.

Break the complete or complete into three parts and it becomes  puncturedfemale .  The three parts are separated and something is happening or can happen.

When the third parts are rejoined; no matter what has happened to them; perhaps the shapes or the amounts were changed….then something has been or is  completed.  It has been REMEMBEREDMALE.   Put into a new form.    Three in one.  One is always neutral. 

Martin Luther called this the trinity; father, son and holy (whole) spirit.  It is not exclusive to this interpretation.  Nonetheless father, son and holy spirit are neutral words….they have nothing to do with gender….they represent roles in the creation.

There is much more to be learned  and applied to these mathematical words; not today.  Grab hold of the mathematical principles and apply them to the writings on this website and gain understanding.  Note the designated roles of rememberedmale  and puncturedfemale words; which have absolutely nothing to do with gender; easily seen just be looking at them.

We wrote that we could have all of our sister wisdom that we desire….but above all else, GET UNDERSTANDING.    That is what the past 20+ years of diligently interacting with only two books, the James Strong Exhaustive Concordance; 1940 edition and the King James Bible to which it is keyed.

The keys were developed by 100 persons in the 1800s.  They built a bridge between the Bible and the original text.  Any of the 1100+ versions of the English can be used; but first one must ascertain what words were used in the KJB.

Now this STRONG bridge has been around; but has had very little use as it can be cumbersome to uncover the rabbit trail of any given word….tracing it back to its root meaning.  This however, sheds great light on what any word actually meant.

That is what the 20+ years have wrought, a database whereby it is much easier to get a clear understanding of what we wrote.

The above mathematical (not arithmetic) principles add greatly in gaining that understanding.  Four is always rememberedmale ; but the four parts are always neutral.

The database will be put online, in the not too distant future, so anyone can determine for themselves what our pen actually meant, intended to mean in the scrolls of 1845BC to 70AD.

 

 

 

 

One Two Three Four 1 2 3 4 are not the Same

Why is the Translation One Two Three Four?

Why do we read one two three four, etc but think 1, 2, 3, 4?

1, 2, 3, 4, etc. are symbols that represent mathematics, calculations, measuring, amounts, etc.

One, two, three, four, etc are words that have distinct meanings.  Some are related to the math, but these words are definitions, not calculations.

When we replace one, two, three, four, etc with 1, 2, 3, 4 we stay in the Tower of Babel which means confusion of languages.

When we use the creative processes that are connected to one, two, three four, etc. plus their numeric order we discover much more information.  Information regarding what our pen scribed 1845BC to70AD that was semi translated into the book called Bible.

If you are regular reader of this blog you have seen some basic repetitive symbolic colors, PUNCTUREDFEMALE and REMEMBEREDMALE words.  Absolutely nothing to do with gender; but symbolic of creative process revealed by the James Strong Concordance.

A passing glance at the the words so designated in the James Strong Concordance leaves absolutely no doubt, that gender is absent.  The language groups from which we wrote were not gender based.

When male gender is assigned to puncturedfemale words and neutral words we get knocked off the trail of discovering the truth.

Gender was infused by the nature of the English language.  This creates gross errors in our understanding.  As I have stated many times, the errors are not so much in the KING JAMES TRANSLATION but in the INTERPRETATION of it.

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