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What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?

 
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What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
Yeah, I know I could look it up

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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It derives from the word SEAX referring to a long knife.
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It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
JerUSAlem! Do you know where the new promised land is?

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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Isaac's Sons.... or "Sacsons"
JerUSAlem! Do you know where the new promised land is?

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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It derives from the word SEAX referring to a long knife.
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This is one thing I have read about it, but apparently the origins go further back and have roots in the Hebrew language.
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Interesting. Mine too.

Where are you from ?
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Isaac's Sons.... or "Sacsons"
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Nope. Old German/Teutonic word deriving from the word meaning to cut or more precisely to slice or saw. Seax is the Old English version while sax is from the Old Frisian.

But according to your theory I suppose a saxophone was a horn that was blown by Isaac?
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Isaac's Sons.... or "Sacsons"
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Nope. Old German/Teutonic word deriving from the word meaning to cut or more precisely to slice or saw. Seax is the Old English version while sax is from the Old Frisian.

But according to your theory I suppose a saxophone was a horn that was blown by Isaac?
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The term was given to Germanic tribes that invaded Ynys Prydain (Britain) by the natives as it referred to the fact that these Germanic peoples carried a particular style of long knife.
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Interesting. Mine too.

Where are you from ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19045680


England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany
JerUSAlem! Do you know where the new promised land is?

"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." Jefferson

Laughter is health to the bones so just do it!
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Saxomophoooooone, saaaaaaaaa xo mo phoooooooone
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
From Sachsen Anhalt a German state. English are a spin off of the Germans. The Stonehenge thingy was constructed by a Bavarian. Strange world.
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Interesting. Mine too.

Where are you from ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19045680


England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Cool, I'm partially from Niedersachsen ( Lower Saxony ) and partially from France

Cool coat of arms in lower Saxony

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thanks
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
From Sachsen Anhalt a German state. English are a spin off of the Germans. The Stonehenge thingy was constructed by a Bavarian. Strange world.
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The English are mix of several races. Seems like everyone likes to invade England.

Don't quite understand that.
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Interesting. Mine too.

Where are you from ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19045680


England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


My coat of arms has 3 lions symbolizing royalty. The throne and stone of scone (I saw it at Edinburg Castle) was used to coronate the monarchs. God promised there would always be someone on David's throne and His word has not failed. It's an exciting history once you properly apply biblical prophecy and see it's outworking.

Cool, I'm partially from Niedersachsen ( Lower Saxony ) and partially from France

Cool coat of arms in lower Saxony

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19045680

JerUSAlem! Do you know where the new promised land is?

"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." Jefferson

Laughter is health to the bones so just do it!
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Interesting. Mine too.

Where are you from ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19045680


England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


My coat of arms has 3 lions symbolizing royalty. The throne and stone of scone (I saw it at Edinburg Castle) was used to coronate the monarchs. God promised there would always be someone on David's throne and His word has not failed. It's an exciting history once you properly apply biblical prophecy and see it's outworking.

Cool, I'm partially from Niedersachsen ( Lower Saxony ) and partially from France

Cool coat of arms in lower Saxony

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19045680

 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Yes, it's fascinating
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I pray for so many of the youth I know that share this blessed heritage... just profoundly sad with the race mixing going on and the confusion of face (genetic scrambling, mongrolization) now present on the earth.

Still God will have His remnant and his number.

Last Edited by ChivalryKnight on 08/01/2012 05:11 PM
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
Brit Army employs Saxons in warfare:

[link to conservapedia.com]
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It will be awesome to dine with our ancestry in eternity at the wedding feast of the lamb... meet nobility, warriors and love up on fathers we haven't met. Going to be an awesome day!
JerUSAlem! Do you know where the new promised land is?

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Saxon is the middle name we chose for my youngest son. Nick Saxon E. We all really like it.
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Saxomophoooooone, saaaaaaaaa xo mo phoooooooone
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Mine as well or part of mine. Most people if they do the research on their families will learn that their hertitage is much more complex than they could even imagine.
Behind every myth lies a mystery, and every legend holds an echo of the truth …… anonimalle

" At the siege of Vienna in 1683 Islam seemed poised to overrun Christian Europe. We are in a new phase of a very old war."

Gates of Vienna.

"May we smite our enemies to the darkest chamber of hell, for we wish only to live in peace, and they desire only to put their boot upon our neck."
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
I pray for so many of the youth I know that share this blessed heritage... just profoundly sad with the race mixing going on and the confusion of face (genetic scrambling, mongrolization) now present on the earth.

Still God will have His remnant and his number.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Indeed
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


Interesting. Mine too.

Where are you from ?
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Cool, me too.
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Hi everyone!

The Vehmic Courts were instituted by Charlemagne as a means to perform lynchings on Saxons. It was a form of covert 'ethnic cleansing' (or undeclared civil war) in those days. They utilized a special language of secret hand signals and other symbolism to communicate with one another in a manner that the Saxons (who were not initiated) couldn't understand. The Vehmic judges were predecessors of later Freemasons/Illuminati.

The trials were held outdoors in the open, usually under shade trees.
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Brit Army employs Saxons in warfare:

[link to conservapedia.com]
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True. They defeated the Wexford rebels in 1798.
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From Sachsen Anhalt a German state. English are a spin off of the Germans. The Stonehenge thingy was constructed by a Bavarian. Strange world.
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The English are mix of several races. Seems like everyone likes to invade England.

Don't quite understand that.
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but not in recent history. i stand to be corrected - the last time was in 1066.
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From Sachsen Anhalt a German state. English are a spin off of the Germans. The Stonehenge thingy was constructed by a Bavarian. Strange world.
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The English are mix of several races. Seems like everyone likes to invade England.

Don't quite understand that.
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but not in recent history. i stand to be corrected - the last time was in 1066.
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Actually in recent history England is New Pakistan
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
Saxons = Isaac Sons = Sons of Isaac
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Re: What is the origin and meaning of the word " Saxon " ?
Interesting answers, everybody.

Thanks

Alternately, I've heard the word " Saxon " was used Old High Germanic for " Spear ", " Lance ", or " Dagger " although it appears to have connotation to a blade of some type.
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It refers to the Biblical sons of Isaac or the 12 sons of Jacob (his son)

These Saxons migrated after the Assyrians took them captive to NW Europe and were the "lost" 10 tribes that set up the Christian culture of NW Europe.

Christ when He walked the earth explicitly told folks he was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel (the lost tribes) and His sheep would hear his voice....

Thus... about 1/10'th of the earth's land mass, NW Europe was Christianized, built cathedrals, etc.

Pretty exciting lineage to be part of.... not perfect, but it's my heritage.
 Quoting: ChivalryKnight


bsflag
'Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views" - William F Buckley Jr
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It was because they lived on the beach.

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