Chariots of Fire

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Everywhere I go I see Indian names with the “ch” sounding in them like Loxahatchee, Chippewa, Apache, Chatahoochee, Cheyenne, Choctaw, Comanche, etc. And I always ask myself how and why all of America’s Indians used this “ch” sounding? Not many other languages use this sound and yet unrelated Indian tribes all used it. A big name is the Cherokee Indians who many say consisted of Scots or Celts (Iberians, Phoenicians, Irish, whatever you want to call them) such as this website claims (there are of course many many others). Everyone should know by now the Celts were here possibly 2000 years before the Jew Columbus and had their own name for it, just like the Indians did.

http://www.tartansauthority.com/global-scots/us-scots-history/the-native-indians/the-cherokee/

“Ch” as many of you know out there who have read my older posts is the beginning of a very important root “cha” and I believe this is also no coincidence. It’s important to know how the “ch”, the “k”, the “sh”, the “c” and sometimes other letters get mixed up in different geographic locations. I always use the example “Cyprus” and “Kipros”, but I could add many more like Chariot is actually where we get the word “car”. In Scotland kirk is pronounced “church”, the “k” is pronounced “ch”. The the word “campus” meaning “field of battle” is where we get the word “champion”.

Shinead or Chinead (Hebrew Sinead- notice it says Hebrew and not Jewish) the girl’s name is the same root as Kennedy and where I believe the word Canada came from (it means “white” and you have to search deep for this because Kennedy can also mean “head”, but it means “white head” as in “white Captain”, again the “ca” has to do with battle (and I believe that battle goes back to Michael or Mika el).

Some of you are saying, what about “China” yeah “China” well that goes back to white

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yeah, thats it.

people not the Chinese.
The theory that the English word “China” derives from the Middle Persian word Chini and the Sanskrit word Cinah and refers to the Qin Dynasty of China (221–206 BC) is probably wrong because of the following reasons: There are Hindu scriptures containing the word Cinah that predate Qin Dynasty.

Did the Chinese also have the “ch”, “K” hokey pokey? I don’t think so.

Look at words that start with “ch” like “chalk” for instance, it comes from the Gaelic “calc” which means “to whiten” and the Germanic (Celtic) “cealc”, Latin “calx”, Greek “khalix”. Is this all just some kind of another coincidence? It has the root of “white” and “battle” everywhere you look.

Look at “chameleon”

chameleon (n.)
mid-14c., camelion, from Old French caméléon, from Latin chamaeleon, from Greek khamaileon “the chameleon,” from khamai “on the ground” (also “dwarf”), akin to chthon “earth,” from PIE root *dhghem- “earth” (see chthonic) + leon “lion” (see lion). Perhaps the large head-crest on some species was thought to resemble a lion’s mane. Greek khamalos meant “on the ground, creeping,” also “low, trifling, diminutive.” The classical -h- was restored in English early 18c. Figurative sense of “variable person” is 1580s. It formerly was supposed to live on air (as in “Hamlet” III.ii.98).

It has the root of “on the ground” and sometimes means from the ground up and or from the sky down like all the Greek words starting with Kath and English words like “cataclysmic”, “catatonic”, “catastrophe”, “catacombs”, etc. Who is from above and who is from below?

And he said unto them (the Jews), Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are from this world; I am not of this world.

All of these words relate to someone or something from above that has come down. When it is relating to people it is also related to “battle” and “white”.

chandelier (n.)
late 14c., chaundeler “candlestick, chandelier,” from Old French chandelier (n.1), 12c., earlier chandelabre “candlestick, candelabrum” (10c.), from Latin candelabrum, from candela “candle” (see candle). Re-spelled mid-18c. in French fashion; during 17c. the French spelling referred to a military device.

Again the “c” and the “ch” are interchangeable and related to war or battle. Light, bright and white are all related words as well. Again the name Lu”CA”s means “light giving”.

Challenge, or to fight comes from the word calumny or complain. Fight or “to make war” in Hebrew is “laKHAM”.

In Search for the Silver Chalice

The Jew acting like an Israelite as usual. Sorry for that, but it was a blast from our programming Jew past when we all trusted Jew movies to be gospel truth. I hope that has changed.

chalice (n.)
early 14c., from Anglo-French chalice, from Old French chalice, collateral form of calice (Modern French calice), from Latin calicem (nominative calix) “cup,” cognate with Greek kylix “cup, drinking cup, cup of a flower,” from PIE root *kal- (1) “cup.” Ousted Old English cognate c忙lic, an ecclesiastical borrowing of the Latin word, and earlier Middle English caliz, from Old North French.

Almost every word we have from “ch” comes from either a “c”, a “q”, a “k”, an “sh”, do the research and you will see all of these languages are 100% connected.

To be ca tinued, btw “continue” means to go on eternally (to do that you have to be from above).

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18 Responses to Chariots of Fire

  1. melgibstein says:

    The Definition and Meaning of the Chalice as a Christian Symbol in Western Painting

    The sacred meanings, origins and early customs surrounding Christian symbols date back to early times when the average person was illiterate and most had never laid eyes on the written word. The early Christian community relied upon holy iconography and symbolic representation of important Christian ideas. Byzantine, Gothic and Renaissance paintings are rich in philosophical and Christian symbolism regarding the chalice. The Chalice has long been a sacred symbol with a variety of meanings.

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    The Chalice is symbolic of the Consecration. Reference to the Chalice Symbol in the Bible “You shall consecrate yourselves therefore and be holy, for I am the Lord your GodYHWH” Leviticus 20:7

    Consecrate- to make holy or sacred

    sacred (adj.) Look up sacred at Dictionary.com
    late 14c., past participle adjective from obsolete verb sacren “to make holy” (c. 1200), from Old French sacrer “consecrate, anoint, dedicate” (12c.) or directly from Latin sacrare “to make sacred, consecrate; hold sacred; immortalize; set apart, dedicate,” from sacer (genitive sacri) “sacred, dedicated, holy, accursed,” from Old Latin saceres, from PIE root *sak– “to sanctify.” Buck groups it with Oscan sakrim, Umbrian sacra and calls it “a distinctive Italic group, without any clear outside connections.” Related: Sacredness.

    In the Carolingian, Byzantine and Gothic art periods a person depicted holding a chalice signifies that they are set apart from evil, have turned to the Lord, and are Gods servant.

    The Chalice points to the centrality of the Lords Last Supper.

    The Chalice symbolizes the Holy Communion and the blood shed by Jesus on the cross. Reference to the Chalice Symbol in the Bible ” Then he took the cup, gave thanks and offered it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. I tell you, I will not drink of this fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it anew with you in my Father’s kingdom.” – Matt. 26:27

    cup- The Late Latin word was borrowed throughout Germanic: Old Frisian kopp “cup, head,” Middle Low German kopp “cup,” Middle Dutch coppe, Dutch kopje “cup, head.” German cognate Kopf now means exclusively “head” (compare French tête, from Latin testa “potsherd”). Meaning “part of a bra that holds a breast” is from 1938. [One’s] cup of tea “what interests one” (1932), earlier used of persons (1908), the sense being “what is invigorating.”

    Kennedy or Kenneth, etc. also means head and leader (military) as does kopf. Just like Chief or ceann in Gaelic. These are coincidences folks.
    Chief Captain in Hebrew is “Sar” again relating to war (S and C are interchangeable). The Bible says chief captain means “sar” because they are both the same root words. Does “sargeant” come to mind?

    Sargeant Carter

    communion (n.) Look up communion at Dictionary.com
    late 14c., from Old French comunion “community, communion” (12c.), from Latin communionem (nominative communio) “fellowship, mutual participation, a sharing,” used in Late Latin ecclesiastical language for “participation in the sacrament,” from communis (see common (adj.)). Used by Augustine, in belief that the word was derived from com- “with, together” + unus “oneness, union.”

    The gathering of the ecclesia.

    Chalice with a serpent is one of many symbols and emblems of John the Evangelist

    Dont think it is also related to “kingdom”? Think again!

    kingdom (n.) Look up kingdom at Dictionary.com
    Old English cyningdom; see king (n.) + -dom. Cognate with Old Saxon kuningdom, Middle Dutch koninghdom, Old Norse konungdomr. The usual Old English word was cynedom; Middle English also had kingrick (for second element, see the first element in Reichstag). Meaning “one of the realms of nature” is from 1690s.

    Kingdom-come (n.) “the next world, the hereafter” (1785), originally slang, is from the Lord’s Prayer, where it is an archaic simple present subjunctive (“may Thy kingdom come”) in reference to the spiritual reign of God or Christ.

    How about Chingdom? Has cash register ring to it.

    How many words are related to “Charles”?

    However, an alternative theory states that it is derived from the common Germanic element hari meaning “army, warrior”. The popularity of the name in continental Europe was due to the fame of Charles the Great (742-814), commonly known as Charlemagne, a king of the Franks who came to rule over most of Europe.

    Its the same root as “Kel” or “Celtic’.

    You may think this is unimportant stuff because you were never taught this in your Jewish Language or History classes, but I aint a Jew.

    Jews know this prefix and deliberately mix it in with their perversions like Kabala, Communism and so on, but that is to be expected.

  2. Ray Zerwitt says:

    Something disturbing comes to my mind. What about Cain, Kayin, and the land of Canaan? Was the bastard son of Noah’s wife and Ham named after Canaan, or before?

    Seth was also called Israel and always have been at war with Kenites. Urusalem to Jebus to Jerusalem. How did it go from Urusalem to Jebus. Dr Wesley Swift will tell you. It’s Jebus again. Where does it say “The Land of Jacob is a desolation inhabited by scorpions”? Scorpions are liars. I think that must be an SRV translation of another verse.

    What do you think of that?

    There is some great wisdom to be discerned from them thar words. Bingo, level plumb and square, altogether as you always find them.

    • Ray Zerwitt says:August 6, 2016 at 12:27 pm

      “Was the bastard son of Noah’s wife and Ham named after Canaan or before?”

      Are you saying Noah’s wife and Ham had a bastard son?

      If so where does the Bible say this?

  3. melgibstein says:

    As far as I understand Canaan wasnt a bastard, he was the result of incest. As far as I know Canaan was not guilty of anything but being cast out and then race mixed.

    Kay isnt cah, but could be related somehow, like Nachash (was an angel at one time). Some of us go bad too and Jews today and then always stole our names. A name can be stolen, but a nation full of non Jews is where I look.

    I have not heard Seth being called Israel, but I imagine he was Israel in reverse if israel is a people (as long as there was no race mixing before him). Seths daughters are no doubt mixed in with Shems sons along the line, but I havent heard that.

    Ive heard a lot of translations of Jerusalem, Ive heard that it was Jerusalem before the Israelites even got there, but I dont see how thats possible, it seems to mean “Ya” “ru” Shalom”, something to do with YHWH and his kingdom of peace. They try to change that in all different ways, one being just “city of peace”, but Jews dont say that name “Ya” or YHWH anyway.

  4. melgibstein says:

    Just thought of something, Lucifer and Nachash seem to be the same word “not of the light” or false light. It certainly isnt the same as Lucas or Luke. It could also be Nak – ash (esh or ash means fire, odd how ash could mean fire, but thats what the Jews do).

    Those who dont think the Hebrew word “sar” which seems to be related to all kinds of battle words is related to war look at this.
    In the military I was what is called a “guerilla warfare aggressor”. It had to be the best job in the military, we were in one of the best training areas in the world aggressing so called “elite” groups like SEAL’s, Air Force pilots who needed to know ground tactics in case they were shot down etc., you name it they were there. Long story how I got this, one being that if I was kept on the base folding underwear I wouldnt last and another being that I helped out my First SARgeant in a fight in a bar I wasnt supposed to be in, luckily I was there for his sake. They pretty much left me and a fire team alone in the jungle to aggress anyone that came down into the area with trip flares, flash bangs, sneak into their camps at night and take whatever we wanted etc. This was probably the best training you could possibly get in Guerilla Warfare.

    Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare in which a small group of combatants such as paramilitary personnel, armed civilians, or irregulars use military tactics including ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility to fight a larger and less-mobile traditional military.

    The thing about Guerilla Warfare is it is like saying Warrior Warfare, they are both the same words.
    You have the “sar” that we know is related to sargeant, now lets look how it came to be guerilla or “guerra”

    war (n.) Look up war at Dictionary.com
    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- (source also of 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.” 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.)).

    First record of war time is late 14c. Warpath (1775) is originally in reference to North American Indians, as are war-whoop (1761), war-paint (1826), and war-dance (1757). War crime first attested 1906 (in Oppenheim’s “International Law”). War chest is attested from 1901; now usually figurative. War games translates German Kriegspiel (see kriegspiel).

    Notice that word “gewin”, it means “struggle” just like “Jacob”, just like “Mein Kampf”, but as I said it is also related to White or shining or light, Gwynn in Welsh is “white”.

    Guerilla Warfare may have been excellent training, but as the German on Rowan and Martins Laugh In used to say “but shtupid”.

    war in different languages

    Irish Gaelic – cogadh or short “cog”
    Welsh- Cad or cadau
    Germanic – Krieg, krig, etc.
    Danish- krig, kamp
    Latin, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese etc- guerra
    The Spartan state was Lakedaimoon, aka Laconia

    Kakos (GR): coward.
    Kara (PE): host; army. (remember Cyprus and Kipros?)
    Karda (PE): warlike spirit.
    Kardaka (PE): Kurdish soldier.
    Kardax (GR): either ‘warrior’ or ‘household soldier’; Persian mercenary soldier.
    Katalogos (GR): mustering list.
    Katapaltès (GR): ‘shield smasher’; artillery piece.
    Katapeltaphetès (GR): (1) artilleryman; (2) artillery instructor.
    Kataphraktès (GR): suit of armour.
    Kataphraktos (GR): armoured soldier.
    Kataskopos (GR): scout.
    Katoikia (GR): military colony.
    Katoikos (GR): fief holder; military settler; soldier granted land to support himself.
    Kausia (GR): Macedonian hat.
    Keleusthès (GR): naval officer responsible for setting and maintaining the rowing speed.
    Keras (GR): wing.
    Kèryx (GR): herald.
    Kestrosphendonè (GR): special type of bolt used by slingers as a short range missile.
    Klaros (GR): fief; tract of land.
    Klèros (GR): fief; tract of land.
    Klèrouchos (GR): fief holder; military settler; soldier granted land for his upkeep.
    Klisis (GR): right/left-face.
    Knèmis (GR): greave.
    Koilè phalanx (GR): concave battle-formation.
    Koilembolos (GR): hollow wedge formation.
    Koinon (GR): association; unit.
    Kontophoros (GR): spearman.
    Kontos (GR): spear; pike.
    Kopis (GR): slashing sword; falchion.
    Kopidion (GR): slashing knife.
    Kranos (GR): helmet.
    Krypteia (GR): ‘secret service’; Spartan death squad for keeping the helots in check.
    Kryptès (GR): ‘secret agent’; Spartan who roamed covertly through the territory to look for signs of possible helot rebelliousness. (Crypto)
    Kybernètès (GR): helmsman.
    Kyrtè phalanx (GR): convex battle-order.

    ~ Now I ask again, is this also related to the Hebrew word for war “mil-cah-mah” (with the root of mil itary in it too)?

    Hebrew
    sword – kherev or chereb
    spear- ke-dohn (and Joshua stretched out his spear).
    Sling, as in Davids Sling- qalah or Kalah
    to make war- la-kham
    coat of armor- khe-ton
    battle- ker-av, also means “war”
    chariot- merkavah
    1 Chronicles 5:18

    The sons of Reuben and the Gadites and the half-tribe of Manasseh, consisting of valiant men, men who bore shield (Magan or makahn) and sword (kerev) and shot with bow (keh-sheth) and were skillful in battle (milcahma), were 44,760, who went to war (lakham).

    arrow- Khits-ste

    Who Are the Gadites?

    The Gadites came from the tribe of Gad. Gad was the seventh son of Jacob. His name means “troop.” The Bible describes the Gadites as “men able to bear shield and sword, to shoot with a bow, and who were skillful in battle, who went to war” (1 Chr. 5:18). When Jacob blessed his 12 sons before he died, he prophesied, “Gad shall be attacked by raiding bands, but he shall raid at their heels” (Gen. 49:19). In other words, it looked like Gad had lost the fight but he made a comeback. Isn’t that what it looks like in America even now? ~unquote

    We find another mention of the Gadites in 1 Chronicles 12:7-9: “From the Gadites mighty men of valor, men of the war battalion, who could handle shield and sword, whose faces were like the faces of lions, and who were as swift as the gazelles on the mountains, separated themselves for David in the stronghold in the wilderness” (MEV). Remember, it was the Gadites who stood on the side of righteousness with David amid Absalom’s great rebellion. The Gadites are the ones who will stand strong amid the Great Falling Away we’re seeing in the church even now. ~unquote

    It might make us rethink words that have “cah” in them. The Jews know this because they name one of their guns after it, the galil, of course the Jews steal names all the time.

    I should say “I rest my case”, but Im just gettin started folks.

    charisma (n.) Look up charisma at Dictionary.com
    “gift of leadership, power of authority,” c. 1930, from German, used in this sense by Max Weber (1864-1920) in “Wirtschaft u. Gesellschaft” (1922), from Greek kharisma “favor, divine gift,” from kharizesthai “to show favor to,” from kharis “grace, beauty, kindness” (Charis was the name of one of the three attendants of Aphrodite) related to khairein “to rejoice at,” from PIE root *gher- (5) “to desire, like” (see hortatory). More mundane sense of “personal charm” recorded by 1959.

    Earlier, the word had been used in English with a sense of “grace, talent from God” (1875), directly from Latinized Greek; and in the form charism (plural charismata) it is attested with this sense in English from 1640s. Middle English, meanwhile, had karisme “spiritual gift, divine grace” (c. 1500).

    ecclesia- called out ones.

  5. melgibstein says: August 8, 2016 at 11:50 pm

    “Just thought of something, Lucifer and Nachash seem to be the same word “not of the light” or false light. It certainly isnt the same as Lucas or Luke. It could also be Nak – ash (esh or ash means fire, odd how ash could mean fire, but thats what the Jews do).”

    Did I understand what you wrote?

    Holy Scripture does not connect them:

    The names of Satan are given in:

    Revelation 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

    KJV
    Isaiah 14:4 That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say, How hath the oppressor ceased! the golden city ceased!
    Isaiah 14:12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! [how] art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!

    LXXE
    Isaiah 14:4 And thou shalt take up this lamentation against the king of Babylon, How has the extortioner ceased, and the taskmaster ceased!
    Isaiah 14:12 How has Lucifer, that rose in the morning, fallen from heaven! He that sent [orders] to all the nations is crushed to the earth

    Isaiah is 14 is concerned with The king of Babylon?

    Lucifer is a noun used to describe the previous glory of the King of Babylon?

    Lucifer:
    H1966 הu1461 יu1500 ֵu1500 heylel (hay-lale’) n-m.
    1. something or someone of radiant splendor.

    Greek: εωσφορος (Bringer of morn, the Morning-star)
    http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/morph?l=ewsforos&la=greek#lexicon

    Serpent/nachash

    H5175 נu1464 חu1464 שu1473 nachash (naw-chawsh’) n-m. a snake (from its hiss).

    Greek:
    G3789 ὄu966 ιu962 ophis (o’-fis) n.
    1. a snake.
    2. (figuratively, of sly cunning) an artfully malicious person.
    3. (especially) Satan.

    • melgibstein says:

      I dont think Satan, Nachash and Lucifer are that easy a definition, for instance Satan didnt have Gods (YHWHs) spirit.
      Satan is adversary, but Nachash and Lucifer may be the same, but meaning a false light. I know their are other words associated with this, but words get branched out and added on to. Nachash seems to mean “False Light” and “serpent” in other words “deception”. In fact “deception seems to be the same thing.

      deceive (v.) Look up deceive at Dictionary.com
      c. 1300, from Old French decevoir “to deceive” (12c., Modern French décevoir), from Latin decipere “to ensnare, take in, beguile, cheat,” from de- “from” or pejorative + capere “to take” (see capable). Related: Deceived; deceiver; deceiving.

      De (opposite) capere (light), Incapable (not very bright).

      The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is that darkness!
      —Jesus the Christ (Matthew 6:22-23)

      How can Satan have the light if he is evil?

      Scriptural teaching on the serpent god

      Genesis is the first book of Christian Holy Scripture, having been written about 1,500 years B.C. From Genesis right on through to the close of the New Testament we learn that Lucifer, the serpent god, is really Satan. We learn that his light is deceptive. And we are warned that his light brings death, not wisdom or enlightenment. The Bible is, among other things, God’s warning to mankind about the reality and danger of the serpent.

      http://truetohisways.com/samplefour.html

      It continues…. Scripture tells us that the serpent is “the father of lies,” and that there is nothing good in him. He is the consummate deceiver, a false god who assumes the disguise of an “angel of light,” something holy and good. And by pretending to be angelic, holy and good, Lucifer has been leading unwitting people into spiritual darkness for many centuries.

      It was into this darkness—a world led astray by the angel of light—that God spoke. First He spoke to the Jews through Moses Israelites he means (Moses wasnt a Jew in any facet of the word), the Torah and the prophets. Now He has spoken to the world through Jesus the Christ.
      ~”His light is deceptive” or more importantly “his light IS deception”.

      I am no Bible expert, but compared to 99% of the people out there today I am. Why is the “c” in Lucifer not pronounced as a hard “c” or “k”? It should be Lukifer, but Lucifer was never a Hebrew word

      Lucifer in Strongs- “heylel” or ha lal. “Halal Turner”. How about Hillel?

      1984 halal haw-lal‘ a primitive root; to be clear (orig. of sound, but usually of color); to shine; hence, to make a show, to boast; and thus to be (clamorously) foolish; to rave; causatively, to celebrate; also to stultify:–(make) boast (self), celebrate, commend, (deal, make), fool(- ish, -ly), glory, give (light), be (make, feign self) mad (against), give in marriage, (sing, be worthy of) praise, rage, renowned, shine.

      http://www.hillel.org/ Children of Nachash.

      H and K- cat in Russian, hat in English.

      The word “serpent” must come from a word with light in it, it was related to a constellation and “cobra” may have that same root in it.

      cobra (n.) Look up cobra at Dictionary.com
      1802, short for cobra capello (1670s), from Portuguese cobra de capello “serpent (of the hood),” from Latin colubra “a snake, female serpent” (source of French couleuvre “adder”), which is of uncertain origin. So called for the expandable loose skin about its neck. The word came to English via Portuguese colonies in India, where the native name is nag (see naga). Naga comes from Sanskrit and could be the same root as Nachash.

      Jews are “adders” alright, just look at their Talmud.

      • “How can Satan have the light if he is evil?”

        It is a lying light.

        2 Corinthians 11:13 For such [are] false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore [it is] no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.

        here: angel of light = messenger of good/wisdom/understanding ?

        Satan is a liar:
        John 8:44-45 Ye are of [your] father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. And because I tell [you] the truth, ye believe me not.

        His ministers are transformed as the ministers of righteousness:
        Matthew 7:22-23 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

        Satan transforms his power into an angel (messenger) of “light”:
        Revelation 13:11 And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.

        “Satan is adversary, but Nachash and Lucifer may be the same, but meaning a false light. ”

        Revelation 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

        The meaning of Lucifer is given in the context of Isaiah 14:12. We know that the meaning of Lucifer is to be applied to the king of Babylon because of Isaiah 14:4.

        Nachash and Lucifer might be the same but that would contradict Rev 12:9.
        I believe Rev 12:9.

      • melgibstein says:

        Revelation 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

        This is simply a different translation, there is Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English.

        Nachash is serpent
        serpent comes from a snake like constellation
        Lucifer- relating to false light
        Satan- is his adversary- and our adversary (same synagogue of Satan).
        devil- deabolos, daimonizomai (demon),
        1228. diabolos dee-ab’-ol-os from 1225; a traducer; specially, Satan (compare 7854):–false accuser, devil, slanderer.
        falce accuser- “decompare” or “deceiver”

        traducer- to speak maliciously and falsely of; slander; defame

        It isnt a name it is more of an adjective. Jews dont really have names.

  6. melgibstein says:

    More related words of light and serpent (or false light) or even “light of a serpent”.

    Ophiuchus Look up Ophiuchus at Dictionary.com
    constellation (representing Aesculapius), 1650s, from Latin, from Greek ophioukhos, literally “holding a serpent,” from ophis “serpent” (see ophio-) + stem of ekhein “to hold, have, keep” (see scheme (n.)). The constellation is equatorial, and Milton’s “Ophiuchus huge in th’ Arctick Sky” (“Paradise Lost”) is a rare lapse for a poet who generally knew his astronomy.

    cockatrice- a serpent

    cockatrice (n.) Look up cockatrice at Dictionary.com
    late 14c., from Old French cocatriz, altered (by influence of coq) from Late Latin *calcatrix, from Latin calcare “to tread” (from calx (1) “heel;” see calcaneus), as translation of Greek ikhneumon, literally “tracker, tracer.”

    Interesting that the word for war in Gaelic is “cog” or coghad. The war is ultimately against the serpent.

    Not to be perverse, but the word “cock” derives from “to fight” as in a male chicken. It is also related to “coax” and obviously “to beguile”. It is all in context with the fact that you know who the Jew is.

    capon (n.) Look up capon at Dictionary.com
    “a castrated cock,” late Old English capun, from Latin caponem (nominative capo) “castrated cock” (also source of French chapon, Spanish capon, Italian cappone), perhaps literally “to strike off,” from PIE root *(s)kep- “to cut” (see hatchet (n.)). Probably reinforced in Middle English by cognate Old North French capon.
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    2 Capone

    Capone

    a castrated jew cock.

  7. melgibstein says:

    gallinaceous (adj.) Look up gallinaceous at Dictionary.com
    “of or resembling domestic fowl,” 1783, from Latin gallinaceus “of hens, of fowls, pertaining to poultry,” from gallina “hen,” a fem. formation from gallus “cock,” probably from PIE root *gal- (2) “to call, shout” (see call (v.)) as “the calling bird.” But it also has an ancient association with Gaul (see Gallic), and some speculate that this is the source of the word, “on the assumption that the Romans became acquainted with the cock from Gaul, where it was brought by the Phoenicians” [Buck].

    as I said before Gaul and called out ones are also related (ecclesia or the root “caleo”)

    Well we now have the words Gall or Gaul having the same meaning as Kell or Gael and right back to Gad and Michael not to mention Jacob and numerous others.

    Gallic (adj.) Look up Gallic at Dictionary.com
    1670s, “of or pertaining to the French,” from Latin Gallicus “pertaining to Gaul or the Gauls,” from Latin Gallia “Gaul” and Gallus “a Gaul” from a native Celtic name (see Gaelic), though some connect the word with prehistoric West Germanic *walkhoz “foreigners” (see Welsh). Originally used in English rhetorically or mockingly for “French.” The cock as a symbol of France is based on the pun of Gallus “a Gaul” and Latin gallus “cock” (see gallinaceous). Earlier was Gallican (1590s).

    It means not simply ‘French,’ but ‘characteristically’, ‘delightfully’, ‘distressingly’, or ‘amusingly’ ‘French’ … not ‘of France’, but ‘of the typical Frenchman’. [Fowler]

    It means “warriors”- period and now we believe it was some kind of a distinction between Germans or other Europeans, it was not. Boy have we, they changed. Now tell me Ray, STHS, Roy……who were these people warriors for?

    All of these words come from either Michael fighting the dragon or the people of the light fighting the people of darkness. The rest of it is jewish BS. Today we have the people of darkness in control of our military.

    Again the word General has the word “gene” built right into it and why the military was a joke to me. We they enlisted the whole world into our ranks. So what then are we going to fight against except ourselves?

    call in Strongs Hebrew- qara or cara. Old Testament “qara”, New Testament “caleo” and other related “ca” words.

  8. melgibstein says:

    Maybe one of the most notable “cah” words for this site is “casa” or house. House, everyone here knows means “family” or “related people” just like all these “cah” words in all the white languages. I seriously doubt you are going to find a “cah” word in Swahili, but you can go ahead and try.

    Chair or cathedral come from “to preside over” like a king. A king only chairs over his own people. You could say the same thing for a “Chancellor”.

    cane (n.) Look up cane at Dictionary.com
    late 14c., from Old French cane “reed, cane, spear” (13c., Modern French canne), from Latin canna “reed, cane,” from Greek kanna, perhaps from Assyrian qanu “tube, reed” (compare Hebrew qaneh, Arabic qanah “reed”)
    Actually Strongs says spear is ke-dohn in Hebrew- nope no connection there folks, keep movin!

    cane- Irish Gaelic- cana, Welsh- cansen
    Was this object named after Cain?

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    https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQBYtzCkI8pTarvj5XZCjpNxkaYK0wUBj-3r0FPHO9bVc8cEyNL

    25 And Cain hastened and rose up, and took the iron part of his ploughing instrument, with which he suddenly smote his brother and he slew him, and Cain spilt the blood of his brother Abel upon the earth, and the blood of Abel streamed upon the earth before the flock. (Jasher 1:25)

    Iron?

    There is a weapon called a kah yin which is most definitely related (a spear).

    Qayin kah’-yin the same as 7013 (with a play upon the affinity to 7069); Kajin, the name of the first child, also of a place in Palestine, and of an Oriental tribe:–Cain, Kenite(-s). No more Cajun food for me!
    It may be why the Jews love their Cannes movie festival.

    ka`ac kah’-as or (in Job) kaoas {kah’-as}; from 3707; vexation: -anger, angry, grief, indignation, provocation, provoking, X sore, sorrow, spite, wrath CHAOS

    naqa- to be alienated (has to be related to naqash).

    qayits kah‘-yits from 6972; harvest (as the crop), whether the product (grain or fruit) or the (dry) season:–summer (fruit, house).

    raqa` raw-kah’ a primitive root; to pound the earth (as a sign of passion); by analogy to expand (by hammering); by implication, to overlay (with thin sheets of metal):–beat, make broad, spread abroad (forth, over, out, into plates), stamp, stretch.

    In other words “raca” which I believe means “war” or “strife” (with his brother in Matthew).

    Are all these words unrelated to Bible names, places and things or is all of this a fabrication? If it is a fabrication it is endless.

  9. Ray Zerwitt says:

    Jer 51:20
    You are my battle ax and sword, says the LORD.
    With you, I will shatter nations and destroy many kingdoms.

    I agree with you. I just didn’t realize it was woven into the pure language.

    Zep 3:9
    For then I will turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve Him with one consent.

    The “one consent” there is interesting. Everybody is confused. They’ve muddied language, but you’re the only one showing how bad it is.

    • melgibstein says:

      Pure-
      bârar
      baw-rar’
      A primitive root; to clarify (that is, brighten), examine, select: – make bright, choice, chosen, cleanse (be clean), clearly, polished, (shew self) pure (-ify), purge (out).

      This is where bright links with the elect (or chosen if you will), the chosen are the called out ones or ecclesia )caleo or kaleo). Also where the “covenant people” or “brith” or “beriyth” people relate. Havent quite figured it out because all of these words relate to so many things at the same time unlike any other language most likely because it was the first language.

      Consent is pretty interesting too.

      There are several uses of it, but has something to do with putting weight on our shoulders so we eventually understand or see.

      You can see how the Hebrew word shekem changes into the Greek word pros-e’r-kho-mī and came to mean “come”. When you consent you come to understanding. This is somehow related to Shekem or Shechem the first capital city of the Israelites. It in some way relates to the valley there (something happened there relating to an event that made them understand) or could be related to Shekem, Manasseh’s grandson.

  10. melgibstein says:

    The word “crown” has an interesting history, crown is corona in Latin (not the Jew Mestizo beer), “korone” in Greek, “choroin” in Gaelic, “goron” in Welsh (different form of Celtic), “krone” in most Germanic language countries, Croatian is “kruna”, I add Croatian a lot because Croatian is very similar to Russian and most people wouldnt know the Cyrillic alphabet for корона.

    Do you see the co minalities in this word?
    Now look at Hebrew
    Crown- “qodqod” almost like “godgod”

    there are other words for crown, but here is another “kether” keh- ther.
    One definition of where the word crown comes from says “a cap”.
    The New Testament word for crown in Greek changes, but how did it come back to “korone”?

    Besides the concept of consecration and exaltation, a second term for crown in the Old Testament atara (and keh ther and qodqod) indicated the presence of honor. In some cases it pictured the reception of honor because one entered into a special position. Wives were crowned with honor to show their new status, as is indicated in the metaphorical picture of Israel married to God ( Eze 16:12 ). To remove the crown was an indication of shame ( Eze 21:26 ). In other cases, the crown indicated the presence of honor as a cause for glory and joy. These are more metaphorical uses. So a good wife is a crown to her husband ( Prov 12:4 ). So also are grandchildren ( Prov 17:6 ), living to old age ( Prov 16:31 ), riches ( Prov 14:24 ), or a good harvest ( Psalm 65:11 ). God is also a crown in this sense. To experience the blessing of his character and activity on one’s behalf is said to be a crown. So his lovingkindness and mercy can be a crown ( Psalm 103:4 ), as can mere relationship with him ( Isa 28:5 ).

    Do Jews where crowns?

    In the New Testament the image changes, since the major term for crown is stephanos [stevfano”], which referred in secular contexts either to the victory garland at a race of the sovereign crown that the Roman conqueror wore. This term is used eighteen times in the New Testament.

    The image of the crown in Paul’s writings is developed in detail in 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 with his image of the race and the perishable crown that the victor wins. In contrast to that crown stands the imperishable crown that goes to the Christian who completes the race. The crown is an honor received as a cause of joy. Its unfading character is highlighted in Peter’s description of the “unfading crown of glory” ( 1 Pe 5:4 ). In cases where the crown bears a description, like “crown of righteousness, ” the characteristics described represent what is acknowledged as present by God. In other words, God does not hand out literal crowns, but offers the acknowledged honor of the presence of this characteristic in the believer for eternity. So we have the crown that is life ( James 1:12 ; Rev 2:10 ). There is also the crown that is glory in 1pe 5:4, the crown that is righteousness in 2 Timothy 4:8, and the crown that is rejoicing in 1 Thessalonians 2:19. In these uses the image is much like the Old Testament examples from Psalm 103:4 and Isaiah 28:5.

    Crowns are worn on the upper part of the head or Kronus, Cranium, Kopf, caput, ceann, cabeca etc etc etc. The ca and the ka and the qa eventually turned into “Head” like the German word “hobid” or “haupt”.

    Did white people pick up the custom of kings wearing crowns from the Jews?

    Brian Boru 900 ad.

    King Davids crown

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    a king is someone who presides over his “kin”. How do Jews preside over their kin when their kin are all mixed mongrels? In Strongs Concordance the word for king is always Mel-ek, but in the word Melchizedek “Melchi” is the part of the word meaning “King”. Mel- ek may simply be a shortened form of Melchizedek. Correct me if I am wrong please!

  11. melgibstein says:

    King James Bible
    For there are certain men crept in unawares, who were before of old ordained to this condemnation, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness, and denying the only Lord God, and our Lord Jesus Christ.
    Condemnation (condem + nation)

    G2917
    κρίμα
    krima
    kree’-mah
    From G2919; a decision (the function or the effect, for or against [“crime”]): – avenge, condemned, condemnation, damnation, + go to law, judgment.

    Only people under the law can commit a true crime.

    Grace-
    G5485
    χάρις
    charis
    khar’-ece
    From G5463; graciousness (as gratifying), of manner or act (abstract or concrete; literal, figurative or spiritual; especially the divine influence upon the heart, and its reflection in the life; including gratitude): – acceptable, benefit, favour, gift, grace (-ious), joy liberality, pleasure, thank (-s, -worthy).

    This “charis” was only given to the Israelites and never to the Jews! He only came for the lost sheep of the HOUSE of Israel.

    Again Nachash- who many also know as Lucifer or Satan is where we get the word chaos or Kaos.

  12. Ray Zerwitt says:

    Let’s offer these fuckheads a challenge: A fight to the death with bare knuckles. Lasha Darkmoon didn’t publish my challenge to the blaspheming JB Campbell today. That’s just where the wankers are. They’re in it for titillation. I will repeat my challenge here.

    JB Campbell, do you want to fight to the death? Are you up to it or just another demagogic big mouth? Either way, I’m not going to suffer your ignorant blasphemy anymore. You can take me up on it or start watching your back. We clean up the filth in our own house first, and YOU are IT!

    • melgibstein says:

      JB wont even debate, why would he ever fight you? He is a John Kaminski blowhard that talks out of his arse and gets praise from all the other blowhards like Knucklehead Clay Douglas. I wouldn’t pay the clown any attention, just call in wherever he is and make him look like the hypocrite he is.

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