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"The secret is that a hoax has to be convincing enough to make you believe it's true so that you spread the hoax yourself! This means a hoax not only wastes your time by making you read it, it also tries to manipulate you and make you do something against your will - spread the hoax and waste other people's time as well!"
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Zecharia Sitchin is one of a very few on this planet at this time who can read Sumerian cuneiform (first known writing) like it was the New York Times, thus has the chops to correctly interpret the source material of the Torah and the Bible. Can you read those documents?
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739


[link to www.sitchiniswrong.com]

"As noted above, the ancient Mesopotamian scribes created dictionaries. Lists of words are a common feature among the thousands of Sumerian and Akkadian cuneiform tablets which have been discovered by archaeologists. Many are just groupings of common words, while others represent an inventory of the word meanings of the languages used in Mesopotamia. These “lexical lists”, as scholars call them, were indispensable to the 19th century scholars who deciphered the Sumerian and Akkadian texts, for they were used to compile modern dictionaries of these languages. Today all major lexical texts have been published in the multi-volume set, Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon, begun by Benno Landsberger in the 1930s. It is indeed a rare instance where ancient dictionaries of a dead language form the core of the modern dictionaries used by scholars of today. Such is the case for the ancient languages of Sumer and Akkad. Sadly, Mr. Sitchin neglects these resources.

What is a Lexical List?

To learn more about lexical lists, you can go to the website of the Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Literature (DCCLT) maintained by the University of California at Berkeley. Click on the cuneiform tablet to go to the DCCLT's explanation of lexical lists. The important point in all this is that Sitchin's translation of key terms, like Sumerian MU, conflict with the bilingual material of the lexical lists compiled by the Mesopotamian scribes themselves.

If you want to check the most up-to-date scholarly translations of Sumerian literature for evidence of Sitchin's "translations," or if you want to search a Sumerian word in these texts, go to the online Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (ETCSL) maintained by Oxford University. You can click on "Anunnaki" in the navigation pane on the left to watch a video of Dr. Heiser's search for the term "Anunnaki" at the ETCSL website
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hey ej . you said you were going for a pint. had a couple ,have we? now its time to get on the thread and talk shit. am i right? i am arnt i. thats why you cant spell most of the time. dyslexic or pissed. youve been debunked mate, just like you reckon nexus has.

2 pints mate the pub is just round the coner and i hav been dooing some minor spl corections before posting is all i am genuin wot i am being so tanashus about is the fact a french man is acusing my counterys armed forses of causing this oil spill and saying he has acses to milatery coms via dipo chan
i hav the utmost respect for my countery and its brave men and women who are fighting and dieng in this world to protect wot we all hold dear and i canot and will not stand by and doo nothing wen this info is on the world stage because of nexus i will fight with every tool at my disposal to proov this man wrong how dare the poisanas litl shit bad mouth my boys without castiron uncontravertable proof and wots moor looking at the title of this thread i expected a lot more from the us to clar thare milaterys name from thes acusations
this is my patriotic side ware is yours ???????

your silans is defaning


wheres my what???
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my coment was aimed at all sorry espeshaly thoes in the us
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hey" live for yehwa" you seem to take a book that cannot be proven in any way as fact and take it seriously too. thats fine,mate. your call. but to continually harrass the premise of this tread because you dont share the subjective opinions of most of its contributors is bad form. if you wish people to respect your fantasies then you must respect others to indulge in theirs. you have made your points enough, if you wish to do so again please start your own thread.

but you can take a book written by zecharia stichen deciphered by only him and call it truth
Concede this post is a hoax and we will move on....!

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troll is coming for you
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hoe het jou byeenkoms te gaan
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hey" live for yehwa" you seem to take a book that cannot be proven in any way as fact and take it seriously too. thats fine,mate. your call. but to continually harrass the premise of this tread because you dont share the subjective opinions of most of its contributors is bad form. if you wish people to respect your fantasies then you must respect others to indulge in theirs. you have made your points enough, if you wish to do so again please start your own thread.

but you can take a book written by zecharia stichen deciphered by only him and call it truth
Concede this post is a hoax and we will move on....!


ahem, that was me
hi
Zecharia Sitchin is one of a very few on this planet at this time who can read Sumerian cuneiform (first known writing) like it was the New York Times, thus has the chops to correctly interpret the source material of the Torah and the Bible. Can you read those documents?
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When you throw dirt, you lose ground.
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Zecharia Sitchin is one of a very few on this planet at this time who can read Sumerian cuneiform (first known writing) like it was the New York Times, thus has the chops to correctly interpret the source material of the Torah and the Bible. Can you read those documents?


[link to www.sitchiniswrong.com]

"As noted above, the ancient Mesopotamian scribes created dictionaries. Lists of words are a common feature among the thousands of Sumerian and Akkadian cuneiform tablets which have been discovered by archaeologists. Many are just groupings of common words, while others represent an inventory of the word meanings of the languages used in Mesopotamia. These “lexical lists”, as scholars call them, were indispensable to the 19th century scholars who deciphered the Sumerian and Akkadian texts, for they were used to compile modern dictionaries of these languages. Today all major lexical texts have been published in the multi-volume set, Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon, begun by Benno Landsberger in the 1930s. It is indeed a rare instance where ancient dictionaries of a dead language form the core of the modern dictionaries used by scholars of today. Such is the case for the ancient languages of Sumer and Akkad. Sadly, Mr. Sitchin neglects these resources.

What is a Lexical List?

To learn more about lexical lists, you can go to the website of the Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Literature (DCCLT) maintained by the University of California at Berkeley. Click on the cuneiform tablet to go to the DCCLT's explanation of lexical lists. The important point in all this is that Sitchin's translation of key terms, like Sumerian MU, conflict with the bilingual material of the lexical lists compiled by the Mesopotamian scribes themselves.

If you want to check the most up-to-date scholarly translations of Sumerian literature for evidence of Sitchin's "translations," or if you want to search a Sumerian word in these texts, go to the online Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (ETCSL) maintained by Oxford University. You can click on "Anunnaki" in the navigation pane on the left to watch a video of Dr. Heiser's search for the term "Anunnaki" at the ETCSL website
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This kid is clearly adhering to the traditional interpretations, which Sitchin did not regarding one or two key words. Sitchin maintains that secondary or tertiary definitions were used for those words in the traditional translations. He merely replaced those with the primary definitions. This is a matter of interpretation among scholars. Sitchin upset the apple cart of ancient linguistics, so I would expect a strong defense of the traditional translations, which this kid is doing. My point was that he could actually read the original clay tablets. I've read all of Sitchin after I was his "roadie" at an expo in SFO years ago - spent time with him and his wife. So, I'm prejudiced in favor of Sitchin;-)
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Goed maar baie versigtig dankie. Ons weet nie meer wie is aan wie se kant nie. Veral nie die Chinese nie.
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Zecharia Sitchin is one of a very few on this planet at this time who can read Sumerian cuneiform (first known writing) like it was the New York Times, thus has the chops to correctly interpret the source material of the Torah and the Bible. Can you read those documents?


[link to www.sitchiniswrong.com]

"As noted above, the ancient Mesopotamian scribes created dictionaries. Lists of words are a common feature among the thousands of Sumerian and Akkadian cuneiform tablets which have been discovered by archaeologists. Many are just groupings of common words, while others represent an inventory of the word meanings of the languages used in Mesopotamia. These “lexical lists”, as scholars call them, were indispensable to the 19th century scholars who deciphered the Sumerian and Akkadian texts, for they were used to compile modern dictionaries of these languages. Today all major lexical texts have been published in the multi-volume set, Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon, begun by Benno Landsberger in the 1930s. It is indeed a rare instance where ancient dictionaries of a dead language form the core of the modern dictionaries used by scholars of today. Such is the case for the ancient languages of Sumer and Akkad. Sadly, Mr. Sitchin neglects these resources.

What is a Lexical List?

To learn more about lexical lists, you can go to the website of the Digital Corpus of Cuneiform Literature (DCCLT) maintained by the University of California at Berkeley. Click on the cuneiform tablet to go to the DCCLT's explanation of lexical lists. The important point in all this is that Sitchin's translation of key terms, like Sumerian MU, conflict with the bilingual material of the lexical lists compiled by the Mesopotamian scribes themselves.

If you want to check the most up-to-date scholarly translations of Sumerian literature for evidence of Sitchin's "translations," or if you want to search a Sumerian word in these texts, go to the online Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature (ETCSL) maintained by Oxford University. You can click on "Anunnaki" in the navigation pane on the left to watch a video of Dr. Heiser's search for the term "Anunnaki" at the ETCSL website


This kid is clearly adhering to the traditional interpretations, which Sitchin did not regarding one or two key words. Sitchin maintains that secondary or tertiary definitions were used for those words in the traditional translations. He merely replaced those with the primary definitions. This is a matter of interpretation among scholars. Sitchin upset the apple cart of ancient linguistics, so I would expect a strong defense of the traditional translations, which this kid is doing. My point was that he could actually read the original clay tablets. I've read all of Sitchin after I was his "roadie" at an expo in SFO years ago - spent time with him and his wife. So, I'm prejudiced in favor of Sitchin;-)
 Quoting: TutuWuwu 940739


It seems you are easily influenced.


"Sitchin, like Velikovsky, presents himself as erudite and scholarly in a number of books, including The Twelfth Planet (1976) and The Cosmic Code (1998). Both Sitchin and Velikovsky write very knowledgeably of ancient myths and both are nearly scientifically illiterate. Like von Däniken and Velikovsky, Sitchin weaves a compelling and entertaining story out of facts, misrepresentations, fictions, speculations, misquotes, and mistranslations. Each begins with their beliefs about ancient visitors from other worlds and then proceeds to fit facts and fictions to their basic hypotheses. Each is a master at ignoring inconvenient facts, making mysteries where there were none before, and offering their alien hypotheses to solve the mysteries. Their works are very attractive to those who love a good mystery and are ignorant of the nature and limits of scientific knowledge. They are especially attractive to those who are ignorant of biblical and historical scholarship.

Sitchin promotes himself as a Biblical scholar and master of ancient languages, but his real mastery was in making up his own translations of Biblical texts to support his readings of Sumerian and Akkadian writings. "
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This kid is clearly adhering to the traditional interpretations, which Sitchin did not regarding one or two key words. Sitchin maintains that secondary or tertiary definitions were used for those words in the traditional translations. He merely replaced those with the primary definitions. This is a matter of interpretation among scholars. Sitchin upset the apple cart of ancient linguistics, so I would expect a strong defense of the traditional translations, which this kid is doing. My point was that he could actually read the original clay tablets. I've read all of Sitchin after I was his "roadie" at an expo in SFO years ago - spent time with him and his wife. So, I'm prejudiced in favor of Sitchin;-)
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In other words, Sitchen is hardly the only person who can translate this material and just about everyone else who can thinks he is wrong. And he's certainly not accepted as the foremost authority on the subject as is frequently claimed.
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<snip>
My point was that he could actually read the original clay tablets. I've read all of Sitchin after I was his "roadie" at an expo in SFO years ago - spent time with him and his wife. So, I'm prejudiced in favor of Sitchin;-)
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How cool is that? Bet he's interesting as all get out!

I've always liked Sitchin's willingness step outside that rigid box today's scientists confine themselves with. He makes some thin connections here and there, but overall, what he's written makes more sense than a lot of the mainstream 'truths' I've read.
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this is english youthago arethega muthaga prithagic
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hoe het jou byeenkoms te gaan

Goed maar baie versigtig dankie. Ons weet nie meer wie is aan wie se kant nie. Veral nie die Chinese nie.
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Is Rusland het niks te doen met China se bedoelings?
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Goed maar baie versigtig dankie. Ons weet nie meer wie is aan wie se kant nie. Veral nie die Chinese nie.
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Rusland neem nie, maar verwag 'n rugsteek
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"Sitchin weaves a compelling and entertaining story out of facts, misrepresentations, fictions, speculations, misquotes, and mistranslations."

Sounds just like our OP tounge


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<snip>
My point was that he could actually read the original clay tablets. I've read all of Sitchin after I was his "roadie" at an expo in SFO years ago - spent time with him and his wife. So, I'm prejudiced in favor of Sitchin;-)


How cool is that? Bet he's interesting as all get out!

I've always liked Sitchin's willingness step outside that rigid box today's scientists confine themselves with. He makes some thin connections here and there, but overall, what he's written makes more sense than a lot of the mainstream 'truths' I've read.
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Delightful as well! Inspired me to read his work, actually. Yes, stepping outside the box, especially within the hallowed halls of acadamia, is a courageous act, and that little hobbit definitely has a pair of solid brass.
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hoe het jou byeenkoms te gaan

Goed maar baie versigtig dankie. Ons weet nie meer wie is aan wie se kant nie. Veral nie die Chinese nie.
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Really?


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Here is the translation for the ones who don't understand Afrikaans and don't belong to the OP/Acolyte clique

Good but very cautious thanks. We no longer know who is on whose side. Especially not China's.

Russia has nothing to do with China's intentions?

Russia take, but expect a backstab
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Goed maar baie versigtig dankie. Ons weet nie meer wie is aan wie se kant nie. Veral nie die Chinese nie.



Really?


hi
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Maybe none of this will matter at all...soon

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a gi a d psa
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I'm afraid ej made a good point. The SAS are landlubbers, it's the SBS who lark about in the briny. Although it's claimed it was the SAS parachuting onto a rig, somewhere in the OPs posts (?) which is their kind of thing, but if so, where did the assault vessel pop up from? The SBS?

That doesn't quite add up.
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I'm afraid ej made a good point. The SAS are landlubbers, it's the SBS who lark about in the briny. Although it's claimed it was the SAS parachuting onto a rig, somewhere in the OPs posts (?) which is their kind of thing, but if so, where did the assault vessel pop up from? The SBS?

That doesn't quite add up.
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Because it is a LIE... Thank you for taking the time to look it up for yourself.

Whatever you have said in the dark will be heard in the light, and what you have whispered behind closed doors will be shouted from the housetops for all to hear! Luke 12:3
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possible Tipping Point Reached(360). DEADLY EMBRACE 1 has surfaced. SAS Assault craft retuning to British Vessel romeo 1hour 15 minutes. russian and german assets in gulf ordered to intercept. US Navy not following Missouri protocol as per paris codicil. Odessa Surface vessels to resume t-o-k-e-r-r-romp standby positions in Gulf of Mexico only. (Sniper Orange ready and activated as per briefing 09:43 Code name CAT..)
Bezerk level 3 confirmation request not yet approved.. there is still a crack in the Silence. Terrible reporting major and sudden change in viscosity ... Situation Unbearable. Awaiting Twilight Alert.



Again I will say that the pic in Acolytes post of the cat looking thru the gun scope was signifigant, more so in retrospect. I posted that a few pages back as AC. In addition another thread on here states that over 19000 puts placed on Mariner (rig that blew) which is very high for that stock

Reports have the ME rig exploding 9-9:30AM. I find it curious that the same mentioned SAS are returning from perhaps doing something like blowing up another rig maybe. The timing of Acolyte's 'meeting' post for 9-10 this morning with OP (assumed) is too much (for me) to ignore. The 'Orange' and sniper cat are mentioned by OP as well.

.....

A/C:

I haven't been comfortable with the take on OP's recent post: "SAS Assault craft retuning to British Vessel romeo 1hour 15 minutes. "

Mulling it over.
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OP:

possible Tipping Point Reached(360).

DEADLY EMBRACE 1 has surfaced.

SAS Assault craft retuning to British Vessel romeo 1hour 15 minutes.

russian and german assets in gulf ordered to intercept. US Navy not following Missouri protocol as per paris codicil.

Odessa Surface vessels to resume t-o-k-e-r-r-romp standby positions in Gulf of Mexico only. (Sniper Orange ready and activated as per briefing 09:43 Code name CAT..)


Bezerk level 3 confirmation request not yet approved..

there is still a crack in the Silence. Terrible reporting major and sudden change in viscosity ...

Situation Unbearable. Awaiting Twilight Alert.


Comments:

possible Tipping Point (360) refers to no turning back

SAS craft returning from duty (setting detonation?)

russian and german assets in a standoff with US Navy

Sniper Orange activated

B3 (we've seen this code before) not yet approved

Seabed remains cracked with major and sudden change in the viscosity of the hydrates and seawater

Nothing they can do.
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just ignore the fluffers
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I thought it was supposed to be
"dont feed the fluffers"
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this may be a serius point depends wot the pepol from the us say about it thare was 4 and a half pages of this op bull in nexus in the uk dident sumone from the us say that they dident get the story printed in the us version if thats the case i can then understand the somwot mute respons to all this from the us can sumone from the us tell me if the story was printed in us version of nexus and how many pages it had or not
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I'm afraid ej made a good point. The SAS are landlubbers, it's the SBS who lark about in the briny. Although it's claimed it was the SAS parachuting onto a rig, somewhere in the OPs posts (?) which is their kind of thing, but if so, where did the assault vessel pop up from? The SBS?

That doesn't quite add up.
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i already discussed that with the op
read the thread
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