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21-07-2016, 06:42 AM
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I should say, Bucky, that my view is that a real attempt to examine the historical record, looking at objective, factual evidence, much of which has not been available until now, is a good thing because it debunks "god as friend of us not them" mentalities which dominate world politics today.

If it were accepted, for instance, that the Abrahamic "God" was actually derived from the worship of the star configuration "Horus/Orion", what would be left of any of the religions arising out of it? Christianity at least puts forward a modern, Hellenistic moral concept as it's grund norm, but what of Judaism and Islam? And, aren't these the two religions which are causing the most grief in the world today, regardless of which side you are on?
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21-07-2016, 06:54 AM
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Bucky, here's one for you.

I grew up in Calgary and everyone there knew what the name of the place meant, "Clear water", from the Gaelic. That was in every single piece of literature you could find on the subject and was indisputable. It's even in Wiki, although recently there has been a new suggestion of its meaning, viz., Etymology[edit]
Calgary was named after Calgary on the Isle of Mull, Scotland.[14] In turn, the name originates from a compound of kald and gart, similar Old Norse words, meaning "cold" and "garden", likely used when named by the Vikings who inhabited the Inner Hebrides.[15] Alternatively, the name might be Gaelic for either "clear running water" or "bay farm".[14]

So, here's the thing. Calgary was initially named "Fort Brisebois" but a Colonel Mcleod of the RCMP arrives and gives the place a Scots Gaelic name.

But, if you actually take the time to look up the Gaelic for "clear water", it isn't Calgary... It's "uisge glan".

Then you look at where the place is named after, a bay in the Hebrides, settled by the Celts... the "Caledonians" and you have the "Cal". Then what is "Gary". Well, if the G is silent then you have Ari which means "lord" and gives us "aristocracy" and of course "The Aristocrats", which you will recall.

It gives one the feeling that all the "history" one reads is just bullshit created by whoever wants to push a sanitized view of history and cover a pagan past.
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21-07-2016, 07:05 AM
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And, it gets worse.

We have this enormous pile of bullshit about America being named after Amerigo Vespucci. Yes, so why isn't it called "Amerigo" or "Vespuccia"?

"Rica" means "kingdom". In Old English, king is "riscian".

That leaves the prefix, "ame". "Ame" is an old Scots/Old English word for "home", or as the Scots would say "hame" and this word comes from "har-im" which means "my fire". "Har" means fire and "im" is a first person possessive. From this combination we get the name "Heinrich" which translates into "Henry" and "Harry" which is connected to the word "harrier", which is the name of the Falcon family of birds and the falcon is the wordly representative of Horus.

In fact, Heinrich, and Henry translate into Italian as "Amerigo", so America is simply the Italian name for "kindom of Harry/Horus".

Of course, all these sailors who discovered this place hadn't read peer reviewed papers about how they couldn't use legendary and mythical names relating to what they perceieved was their own history, unadulterated by Roman Catholicism and Jewish views about Near East history.
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21-07-2016, 07:25 AM
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Here is an interesting piece on Hamlet, Horus, Orion and the Lion King: http://mathisencorollary.blogspot.com.cy...siris.html

Hamlet is based on an older Danish play, "Amleth".

The name "America" simply plays on this legend but in a way that would not be noticed by Christian monarchs and the Church, who sponsored Columbus et al.
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21-07-2016, 07:33 AM
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All religions originate in myths based on the stars: http://www.starmythworld.com/myths/

"God" is no different. You just have to look for a star sign which looks like a man. Orion.
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21-07-2016, 12:28 PM
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(21-07-2016 07:05 AM)Deltabravo Wrote:  And, it gets worse.

We have this enormous pile of bullshit about America being named after Amerigo Vespucci. Yes, so why isn't it called "Amerigo" or "Vespuccia"?

"Rica" means "kingdom". In Old English, king is "riscian".

That leaves the prefix, "ame". "Ame" is an old Scots/Old English word for "home", or as the Scots would say "hame" and this word comes from "har-im" which means "my fire". "Har" means fire and "im" is a first person possessive. From this combination we get the name "Heinrich" which translates into "Henry" and "Harry" which is connected to the word "harrier", which is the name of the Falcon family of birds and the falcon is the wordly representative of Horus.

In fact, Heinrich, and Henry translate into Italian as "Amerigo", so America is simply the Italian name for "kindom of Harry/Horus".

Of course, all these sailors who discovered this place hadn't read peer reviewed papers about how they couldn't use legendary and mythical names relating to what they perceieved was their own history, unadulterated by Roman Catholicism and Jewish views about Near East history.
wow, I am no linguistics expert, but that seems like an incredible stretch to get to Kingdom of Horus from America.

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21-07-2016, 12:30 PM
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(21-07-2016 06:42 AM)Deltabravo Wrote:  I should say, Bucky, that my view is that a real attempt to examine the historical record, looking at objective, factual evidence, much of which has not been available until now, is a good thing because it debunks "god as friend of us not them" mentalities which dominate world politics today.

If it were accepted, for instance, that the Abrahamic "God" was actually derived from the worship of the star configuration "Horus/Orion", what would be left of any of the religions arising out of it? Christianity at least puts forward a modern, Hellenistic moral concept as it's grund norm, but what of Judaism and Islam? And, aren't these the two religions which are causing the most grief in the world today, regardless of which side you are on?

Archaeology and history and Comparative Mythology (which you obviously know nothing about) already knows where Yahweh came from. Since you don't you are free to make up any bullshit that pops into your head.

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21-07-2016, 12:34 PM
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(21-07-2016 07:33 AM)Deltabravo Wrote:  All religions originate in myths based on the stars: http://www.starmythworld.com/myths/

"God" is no different. You just have to look for a star sign which looks like a man. Orion.

No they don't. Many of the worlds religions originate in other "forces" of nature ... wind gods, storm gods, sea gods, and many other non-stellar concepts
The ignorant statement that all religions originate in the stars :
1. prove this guy has no education (at all) in the subject
2. is profoundly ignorant of the subject he pretends to know something about

But keep it up. With every sentence db, you prove how little you actually know.

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21-07-2016, 12:36 PM
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(21-07-2016 07:25 AM)Deltabravo Wrote:  Here is an interesting piece on Hamlet, Horus, Orion and the Lion King: http://mathisencorollary.blogspot.com.cy...siris.html

Hamlet is based on an older Danish play, "Amleth".

The name "America" simply plays on this legend but in a way that would not be noticed by Christian monarchs and the Church, who sponsored Columbus et al.

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21-07-2016, 03:44 PM
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There seems to a strange idea here conflating the Christ/Jesus religious figure as the same as the El/Yahweh teoigious figure.

It's language that bravo uses is either poorly chosen or just intentionally going back and forth between the two despite that notion of Jesus being the god is documented as not apart of many of the originators ideas but it was chosen as the part idea.

It also seems to just ignore the data of how El is of the cannanities pantheon as a war god. Yeah that relates back further to other cultures of their past in the Babylonian and other cultures God ideas. Conflating that through his horus orion notions would actually be leading into making connections. Instead it's just full of non connection irrational claims.

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