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Etymology- True Roots of The Word Messiah-Not what we are Told

 
Sgt T'yeballz  (OP)

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I think its neat to study certain Hebrew Words and see how greek and english and latin translators try to hide satanic intentions in plain sight to fool those who dont study properly. HEBREW IS THE ROCK SOLID LANGUAGE OF CREATION AND TRUTH.
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All languages do come from one and there is evidence of this in every language, however, hebrew is derived from semitic languages which came from Afro-asiatic languages which are indeed much older, and written evidence tells this fact. There is evidence that the first languages were ideograms, entire ideas instead of letter symbols. If this is true, it would certainly account for the puzzle our language is now, and why we have to fit pieces together from various languages to gain a better understanding.

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Moshiach is the word you should be breaking down. Moshe means deliverer.
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Interesting that we have the word mosh pit...
you know us english always making short the long terms


It is from yet another "ma" root
masha- to “draw out [of the water], rescue, to remove one thing out from another"
[link to en.m.wiktionary.org (secure)]

"Mash"-to "draw out" like from a bump or infected boil leaving a pit when this is done... or to "draw out" ESTERS from potatoes to make an alcohol which is in fact called "mash" or "sour mash".

Esters are plant derived acids, which make ether.
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org]


So moshe, is it leaving a pit or drawing something out of a pit? Because this is what the term means.


and the root of matreyia is "reus", means "a giant", where we also get the name Rhea... and "Riesen",where we then get the english term "Risen". the more ya know, huh. Ever tried "reasoning"...all the above words come from a root word that means "to reckon, to count, to put in order, from the riot word "reh"
[link to en.m.wiktionary.org (secure)]

[link to en.m.wiktionary.org]

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Moses led a nation out of a pit.
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I think its neat to discover how the roots of all languages paint pictures for us...also the truth is not set, there is not one truth there are as many truths as eyes because truth is what our "minds eye" makes it....of course this is dependent on the somebodies having a "minds eye" and not just a sponge that soaks whatever water needs wiping up.

when there are more sponges than eyes, the world seems to turn into a sopping moldy mess.
 Quoting: Sgt T'yeballz

the original language spoken by all here was the language of the heart, a spoken language before any written one where one spoke from the heart to all things and all beings and all understood, when everything in nature was honoured, a spoken word was like a heart pulse.

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Yes, - It sure does question the true meaning of the biblical "tower of babel" story, doesn't it?

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no it doesnt mary jane.
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Yes it does, coward howard
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The true root of the word and concept would be found in the Hebrew language and culture where it originated.
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maybe





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