I wanted to write this so the lemming passerby’s could accept this, try to convince them of this, but I have nothing to convince because the words speak for themselves, at least for me.
I first thought that this root “cah” from the Hebrew word “milcahmah” and “kel-lee” from “battle axe”, “kah-yil” from “sword” or “chayil khahyil” from Army etc etc etc all came from the Milesians where the word “military” comes from, but what was the language of the Milesians? Nobody ever made the claim that Milesians spoke Gaelic at least by that name. Who is famous from Miletus that I could use as peoples who came out of Miletus other than the Milesians? The names were all Phoenicians and oddly we have definitive proof of the Phoenician language (Hebrew) in what we call Ireland today by way of Iberia and others we wont go into today. Some of those names out of Miletus you may know such as Thales, Pythagoras (who said the earth was round and still is), Hecataeus, etc. Cadmus,
a Phoenician (Kahd-mus) went in search for his sister “Europa” where we get the name Europe, but somehow none of our Jew controlled schools ever taught us about the Phoenicians it was all as mythical as leprechauns in Ireland, a name the Irish didnt even give it. Anyone who doubts Phoenicians being in Ireland and or Britain today has no clue of history whatsoever.
Why was it Phoenicia and Lebanon were intertwined words? Some called it Phoenicia and some called it Lebanon. Lebanon supposedly means “white birch tree’s” or “snow capped mountains”, but the truth is Laban means “white” just as Rachel’s and Leah’s father’s name meant “white”. There is no word “mountain” in it or “tree’s” it was “white land” as opposed to Canaanland (Canaan was also white btw). Phoenicia also means “white” and is the root of the name “Fionna” “Bianca”, Bennu (the Phoenix- which means “to shine” or “rise in brilliance”, Finland, Vienna, Venezuela- means “Little Venice” supposedly discovered by our very own Amerigo Vespucci, a Medici agent (he is supposedly where we got the name America as well which is also BS).
If you have come this far you are capable of finding words on your own.
lbanah leb-aw-naw’ from 3835; properly, (the) white, i.e. the moon:–moon.
Do you know what “white is also in Gaelic? “Ban” No la la la’s.
I guess that makes Eric Bana (the Munich star) not a Jew. Ban and Fiona mean “white” or “fair” sometimes even “holy”. You are going to have to put this all together in your own white languages, but I can tell you it all comes from Hebrew and our history.
All of these words below (and all stem from one root) come from the “keh” part of the name Michael – http://www.catholic-religion-and-more.com/archangel-michael.html
Michael, however does not mean “who is like God” just as the name Kennedy doesnt mean “ugly head”, they lie! It means “Gods warrior”. So we have a group called “The Milesians” who become known as the Kelts (pronounced Cahs just like Cathac or Cathal) and both seemed to have disappeared.
Words related to combat, military or war:
Combat or battle- mil Cha ma (mil KAH ma)
Battle in Gaelic is “Cathal” pronounced Kah hah or Kah- Kath in Greek
Captain- Kah p taen in Gaelic, Centurio in Latin – kehn turio (keh and Kah are the same as you will see).
Captain means “head” meaning “chief” not your head, it is a military word, the name Kennedy if you look it up is said to mean “ugly head”, but the head part does not mean the head on your shoulders, the same thing happens in the name “Kentucky” which is supposed to be Indian- it means or at least one of its meanings means “At he head of the river”. It is also interesting that Kentucky was spelled with a th the same way kah hah and cathal is, but that for another day. The Latin “caput” comes from this word, it means “head”, So you can see how “head” gets confused in all white languages. Head isnt always your hat holder.
German “Kapitan”, Hauptman pronounced Kahptman
Words that come from captain: captivate, captive, capitulate (surrender)
Commandant or Kah mandant, Kommandant in German
Casualty- military related
Catapult- “war machine for throwing,” from Greek katapeltes, from kata “against” (see cata-) + base of pallein “to toss, hurl” (see pulse (n.1)). As an airplane-launching device on an aircraft-carrier by 1927.
Conflict- “armed encounter, battle,” from Old French conflit and directly from Latin conflictus (see conflict (v.)). Meaning “struggle, quarrel” is from mid-15c.
Odd, David Duke insists that “con” (like “con job” from an ex con) always comes from “Cohen”. Cohen means “priest”, cohanim “priests”. “Priest” is another form of “Provost” or “chief”, a chief is a “head” or “ruler”. Dr Duke is wrong again.
These words very often are declared French or Latin words as if Latin was the language of the early Irish, but it is in fact the other way around (Gauls, Gaels or Galls were in Italy and France too).
Corporal- Gaelic “coirp”, Latin “corporali”, etc etc etc. Kah Keh Koh- vowels were different in different languages.
How about words like “cattle”. Cattle in earlier days were used to stampede the opposition.
Horse- equo, Horses “equus” pronounce eh KAHs were also used for battle. Horse was pronounced with a k in German, H and K are often confused especially in the Slavic languages. Capall in Gaelic.
Camel (Kah-mel) – yes used in battle.
Caballero, caballa (yes the Kaballah is horse sh**), caballo, cabin is like a temporary (not Tipperary) castle “kah stle”.
Kibbutz has this root- meaning ( a communal settlement or Kahlony- colony) Kahbutz- it has “battle” built right into it except its not their word and as far as I can see not in the Bible. So we have white people using these terms for thousands of years and Jews had to make one up.
Colonel- Kahl o nel not Kernel
Conquest- “Kahn quest” in English, Thats phoenetics by the way from the word Phoenician. What was Alexander the Great in Greek? Maybe someone Greek can tell us (the first 3 letters are oddly enough “kat”.
Conquer in Greek –
General– no, there is no “kah” in General, but there is the root “gene” or “gen”. David Duke will tell you over and over “gens” means “tribe” or “clan” in English, but what is it in Hebrew? “Mishpachah” Mish pah KAH (also representing a certain people of the same genealogy). Does anyone out there think a clan of whites could be related to a clan of Jews? The answer is “yes” because Jews are not a race so they are related to everyone and anyone and why Miss Israel was a Black woman a few years ago. You arent white if you are part Jew or part anything else so a Jew can have a tribe, but it isnt the same tribe as any other tribe on earth and maybe why the term General has the word gene in it to make sure.
Here is clan in Greek – φυλή, Clan is also “famille” in French, comluadar (Kahmluadar) in Gaelic. Welcome to the Kamily! Well clans fought together and against each other and sometimes against others if they were around as they were in the Middle East. You have to wonder who won the Kahtfields or the McCahoys or McEvevoys.
Army- has the same root in Hebrew “kah” and the battle axe was the “kel-lee” Kelly in Gaelic means “warrior”.
The name Kelly was spelled with a “Ch” or an “Sh” and where the word “sheighleily” comes
from- a battle axe. By the way the word did not mean “axe” as we know it today. Kah is in the Hebrew root of sword, spear, to strike, axe, just to mention a few. To axe means to “hewn” down (remember H and K?)
Keltic obviously means warrior as Kelly means warrior. To “kill” in Hebrew “na kah”. Notice “kill” is different when murdering or being murdered or killing an animal, but most have the Kah root although there are other words as well. “slayeth” in Genesis 4:15 is “har ag” “kah rag” and in Exodus 12:21 killing a lamb is “shaquat”. Qal is to root of “to kill”.
Michael- German Me Kah el, Russian Mikhail, English Mie-kel. Michael may have been the first Celtic warrior. Warriors go to fight wars, but where does the word “war” come from? We know the Hebrew word was mil kama, but how did we get “war” out of that?
Jacob means to battle or struggle with Ya- “cob” or in German “kampf” means struggle as in “Mein Kampf“. Next time some Jew calls you an antisemite because they speak a semitic language tell him this, then get the sheighleily (always misspell that- no wonder it got mixed up).
War-war (n.) late Old English wyrre, werre “large-scale military conflict,” from Old North French werre “war” (Old French guerre “difficulty, dispute; hostility; fight, combat, war;” Modern French guerre), from Frankish *werra, from Proto-Germanic *werz-a- (cognates: Old Saxon werran, Old High German werran, German verwirren “to confuse, perplex”), from PIE *wers- (1) “to confuse, mix up”. Cognates suggest the original sense was “to bring into confusion.”
Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian guerra also are from Germanic; Romanic peoples turned to Germanic for a “war” word possibly to avoid Latin bellum because its form tended to merge with bello- “beautiful.” (and the kelts they were fighting against) There was no common Germanic word for “war” at the dawn of historical times. Old English had many poetic words for “war” (wig, guð, heaðo, hild, all common in personal names), but the usual one to translate Latin bellum was gewin “struggle, strife” (related to win (v.)). Guarra
in Latin. Gwynn in Welsh means “white” – I have no idea where that fits in just thought Id add it.
win (v.) “be victorious,” c. 1300 fusion of Old English winnan “to labor, toil, struggle for, work at, strive, fight,” and gewinnan “to gain or succeed by struggling, conquer, obtain,” both from Proto-Germanic *winn(w)an “to seek to gain” (cognates: Old Saxon winnan, Old Norse vinna, Old Frisian winna, Dutch winnen “to gain, win,” Danish vinde “to win,” Old High German winnan “to strive, struggle, fight,” German gewinnen “to gain, win,” Gothic gawinnen “to suffer, toil”), from PIE *wen- (1) “desire, strive for” (source of wish; see Venus). The k and the g can easily be confused kewinnan and gewinnan. It obviously makes sense that it belongs because it is everywhere else.
mgerah meg-ay-raw‘ from 1641; a saw:–axe, saw.
I was in the Corps, but I really didnt know where the word came from. Corps in Gaelic – “Cor”. Cor is also the root of “corpse” or “body”, Marines were always called the backbone of the body. If you are going to fight a war you need good cardio and a good heart to fight for what you believe is right, but unfortunately our “head” or chief isnt always our own.
I also did some “guerilla warfare” training, but those words are actually the same and from the same root (war warfare).
camouflage, convoy, cannon, cadet, casualty, cavalry, commission, company, courage, courageous, squad, squadron (kader in German), cadence, helmet (from kel-met) , Helmet in Hebrew- kobah, French – “casque”.
This word goes on and on in the military arena and it is only one Hebrew root word all over Europe. This is just one word which branched out everywhere, think of how many other words are just like this (I passed by dozens just writing this). Grenade is a Phoenician word from “pomegranate”. They spoke Hebrew not Yhiddish.
I have only touched on the English roots of “cah” and only in the military sense, wherever you see war, armor, army, battle, battle field, weapon, sword, spear it comes from Hebrew in one way or another. All you have to do is get a concordance. Sometimes you may be looking at a word that is spelled in another alphabet and not said the way it was originally intended.
Everywhere you look you see words supposedly originating in Old French, Old English, Latin, but never in Gaelic. Folks like David Duke, Don Black, Professor MacDonald all believe the white people came from the North so why isnt Gaelic ever referred to as the root of a word (or Phoenicians)? Gaelic obviously goes way back and the amount of words we get from it is countless. Latin gets their words from Gaelic so why arent we taught Gaelic in High School like we were Latin (or even Hebrew where our languages without a
doubt comes from)? Because we are not supposed to know and the Dukes and MacDonalds of the world are going to continue to make us not know.
This will be an ongoing thread because I have only touched on the top of the mountain buried by Jew lies. Michael is the warrior against Satan and we are the warriors against his kids…..what happens above happens below and a spear or a battle axe is a weapon not a tongue. Our tongues have been turned into the weapon of the Jew.
The Kelts or Kells were the Army of MiKel or Michael. This root is in almost all Celtic names. Kell and Gael are like Mikel and Miguel.
Random name (chose this name out of the air)- McDougal from Dughail or Gael, Gael and Kel like Michael or Mikel. Gaels were Kels or Kelts right? “ghail” in Gaelic means “valor” as in war. David Dughail Duke could never be named this. Gael and Celt come from the same root meaning- “warrior” and from our Bible which comes from the Middle East, need I say more? You bet I will.