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Old 07-02-2010, 12:32 PM
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Okay, so I just clicked on a thread that was closed, and which was interesting, and could have gone into some real discussion on Hebrew-Edenic root etymons -the true meanings- and the built in science of the one mother tongue and the usefulness of the roots in learning the truths of the meanings and therefore, Bible doctrine, on all subjects, for the words of wisdom are double to that which is [seen, at first] -
Job 11:6 And that he would shew thee the secrets of wisdom, that [they are] double to that which is!
Firstly, if anyone has a real desire to learn what the roots of words used in the mother tongue of Edenic-Hebrew, mean, and how there are multiple meanings that can be applied, in context, to the roots used in each word, they can begin their education in sincerity by studying, using tools laid out in Isaac Mozeson's dictionary, The Word, and in his book, The Origins of Speeches.

It is a fact that the names of the first ten patriarchs can be read as the sentence laid out by many Messianic Jews [picked up by Missler and many other Gentile believers, but not their own discovery].
Here is one fast one, but I first read it in a Messianic Jewish publication, and had a tract from them with the information in it.


http://www.theendtimesobserver.org/a...x.php?id=24The Message of Redemption

When we link the names of these ten pre-Flood patriarchs together, they form the following sentence: "Man (is) appointed (a) mortal habitation, (but) the blessed God shall come down teaching (that) His death shall bring the captives comfort."
-It's the Gospel in a nutshell!

The word Adam is translated man in the English AV translation 408 times, and it is the name God gave His first human being creation. In Genesis 5:2, it states; "male and female made He them, and called their name Adam...". So our human being race is one race, called Adam, translated as man in English 408 times.

AVman 408, men 121, Adam 13, person(s) 8, common sort + 07230 1, hypocrite 1

There is one human being race called Adam, and in the Word of God, that is the one old man, the dead Adam, in that Adam is dead in the first death of separation from the Glory of the Creator residing in his body of flesh, as the temple made for that glory. The loss of that Glory at the fall is the ruin of our temple, and the subjecting of it to mortality and corruption.
The word Enowsh is not the word meaning מוּת/die/death, which is to destroy thouroughy.

One word in Hebrew with just three root etymons can be read as a whole sentence, as Mozeson points out in his work, and in the book of Jasher we read the meanings of many ancient peoples, which meanings were lost to men like James Strong, who did the best he could without modern technology and search engines, but who was without such instruction as the Book of Jasher gives, on the meanings of names and words, in Hebrew. He did not know that amraphael in Genesis 14 was Nimrod, for instance, because "... the subjects and princes of Nimrod called his name Amraphel, saying that at the tower his princes and men fell through his means" -Jasher 11:6
Now if Strong had looked at the Hebrew words composing that name, am-rapha-el, he would have seen the fall/rapha of people-them/am was in that el/mighty one/god.

Also, Strong missed the meaning of the name Miriam/מרים, because he was without the instruction in Jasher on the meaning of that name, in Jasher 67:3;
And the woman conceived and bare a daughter, and she called her name מרים /Miriam, because in those days the Egyptians had embittered the lives of the children of Israel.
The name is from מרר/bitter יד/hand -as closed, a fist, and עם/people. Why Strong missed that one and translated Miriam as "rebellion" is enlightening, now, as to the root origins of words making their meanings.

So, on with the study....
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