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"... Hence just as the furtive savage conceals his real name because he fears that sorcerers might make an evil use of it, so he fancies that his gods must likewise keep their true name secret, lest other gods or even men should learn the mystic sounds and thus be able to conjure with them. Nowhere was this crude conception of the secrecy and magical virtue of the divine name more firmly held or more fully developed than in ancient Egypt ... [E]very Egyptian magician aspired to wield like powers by similar means. For it was believed that he who possessed the true name possessed the very being of god or man, and could force even a deity to obey him as a slave obeys his master. Thus the art of the magician consisted in obtaining from the gods a revelation of their sacred names ... "



"The origin of the taboo on pronouncing God’s name [the tetragrammaton] aloud — viewing this as irreverent or possibly even a violation of the commandment not to take God’s name in vain — is not entirely clear. However, some attribute it to a Temple practice in which only the High Priest was allowed to utter the name, and only when in the Temple and reciting the priestly blessing. In the Mishnah ... as Rabbi Louis Jacobs notes in The Jewish Religion, the sage Abba Saul declares that one who pronounces the divine name with its letters (i.e. as it is spelled) has no share in the World to Come.


Some Jews and non-Jews have suggested that the name itself has magical power, an idea that Maimonides dismissed but that is embraced in some Kabbalistic (Jewish mystical) texts."

Like Rumplestiltskin. :rolleyes:


Seems odd that God
Would say his name
If we ought not
Then do the same

By trick, by trial
How subtle, these
Have stricken us
With timeless ease
None tho' surprising
This, if you please
He got one one right--
Maimonides!
 





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Like Rumplestiltskin. :rolleyes:


Seems odd that God
Would say his name
If we ought not
Then do the same

By trick, by trial
How subtle, these
Have stricken us
With timeless ease
None tho' surprising
This, if you please
He got one one right--
Maimonides!
Clever! Try pronouncing it (the name of God). There are no vowels, only consonants, even in Hebrew. English speakers have a go with such variations as Jehovah and Yahweh, but that, the addition of vowels, is not found in the Tetragrammaton, so it seems a guess on anybody's part. Apart from the above-linked article, I think the Bible -or maybe it was Josephus- records that the Jewish high priest, once a year during Yom Kippur, when he would enter the Holy of Holies with adequate sacrificial blood, would pronounce it, so evidently he knew how, but it's been awhile since I have read that part.


With that said, maybe the author of Rumplestiltskin was aware of the taboos which often surround mentioning God's name in some circles and was playing on that? I know that Jews and others will often simply say "Hashem," which means "the name" without actually pronouncing it, and will even put a hyphen in the word, God, making it G-d.
 





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Clever! Try pronouncing it (the name of God). There are no vowels, only consonants, even in Hebrew. English speakers have a go with such variations as Jehovah and Yahweh, but that, the addition of vowels, is not found in the Tetragrammaton, so it seems a guess on anybody's part. Apart from the above-linked article, I think the Bible -or maybe it was Josephus- records that the Jewish high priest, once a year during Yom Kippur, when he would enter the Holy of Holies with adequate sacrificial blood, would pronounce it, so evidently he knew how, but it's been awhile since I have read that part.

With that said, maybe the author of Rumplestiltskin was aware of the taboos which often surround mentioning God's name in some circles and was playing on that? I know that Jews and others will often simply say "Hashem," which means "the name" without actually pronouncing it, and will even put a hyphen in the word, God, making it G-d.
I think its bunk.

The idea that someone could control God by saying His name-- think about it-- God, Himself, would necessarily had to have created the existence of that phenomena. Seems awfully counterproductive.
 





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i posted this in another thread on this forum.....but seen as though the discussion is leading towards god and his names i thought i would add this...

GOD spelt backwards is DOG....

The DOG being referred to is most probably the dog star which is also known as sirius...

so therefore your lord and god and all the rest stem from sirius...
 





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i posted this in another thread on this forum.....but seen as though the discussion is leading towards god and his names i thought i would add this...

GOD spelt backwards is DOG....

The DOG being referred to is most probably the dog star which is also known as sirius...

so therefore your lord and god and all the rest stem from sirius...
Lol - as in "Dog with a Bone"?!

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i posted this in another thread on this forum.....but seen as though the discussion is leading towards god and his names i thought i would add this...

GOD spelt backwards is DOG....

The DOG being referred to is most probably the dog star which is also known as sirius...

so therefore your lord and god and all the rest stem from sirius...
Sirius is often referenced in pagan religion, yes... but they cannot all be pagan. Right?
 





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I think its bunk.

The idea that someone could control God by saying His name-- think about it-- God, Himself, would necessarily had to have created the existence of that phenomena. Seems awfully counterproductive.
I think it's bunk too, because I try to keep my superstitions in check, but, as Sir James Fraser, whose classical anthropological work is dated but in many ways still valid, points out, taboos around the presumably sacred names of the gods have been part of humankind's experience for quite awhile. Not only that, he points out that it was especially so where? In ancient Egypt, the exact place that the Bible records the, well, sort of competition between Moses and Pharaoh's court magicians during which the former's ate the latter's snakes (I think the story goes). For what it is worth, the author of Acts says that "Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians," and that wisdom might, just might, have included more than how to build a proper pyramid.
 





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BTW....
i know the name of the person who invented islam, but a shrink from switzerland brainwashed it out of me
 





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Sirius is often referenced in pagan religion, yes... but they cannot all be pagan. Right?
i dont know if sirius is pagan or not.....but its called the dog star....

maybe it was named in the times of babylon....or even earlier...

god and dog

i do recall reading somewhere that ANUBIS is linked to the boat of the dead...which had 42 oarsmen..(maybe somone can clarify this)

When you work out ALLAH numerically it works out as 42 + 8

i still think its all linked to the ANNUNAKI...

no one has managed to change my mind as of yet!
 





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Schizophrenia in Jewish Gematria equals: 863:
s90
c3
h8
i9
z500
o50
p6
h8
r80
e5
n40
i9
a1

So does Rumpelstiltskin!

Therefore Rumpelstiltskin has Scitzophrenia.
i think the above condition leads you to the truth of matters......

just think of the hundreds of SHAMEN who have weird experiences....are they all ill?
 





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The same Greek word, in Latin, is Lucifer, or lucifer. The still outstanding question is why it is that you, even if only metaphorically, are expecting Lucifer to arise in your heart? How is Jesus thought to be metaphorically related to Lucifer?

"et habemus firmiorem propheticum sermonem cui bene facitis adtendentes quasi lucernae lucenti in caliginoso loco donec dies inlucescat et lucifer oriatur in cordibus vestris"



Thanks for the link on Maimonides, strangely enough it was pretty much a pre-mil offering.
As for Lucifer, i get the point you are trying to put across and oddly enough, i did a double take on this afew years ago.
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Because of the association of Venus with Lucifer, i wondered if it may actually have a double meaning. Iam not lobbing an accusation at Marcus Lamb as being a closeted Luciferian, its just a thought that crossed my mind as i popped my (propaganda)pill for the day.
Notwithstanding that said channel already has its cameras well positioned in a prime spot, ready to film Christ as He descends on Mt. Olives....kinda like how CNN had theirs on 9/11.
 





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i think the above condition leads you to the truth of matters......

just think of the hundreds of SHAMEN who have weird experiences....are they all ill?
Not at all -

I have often pictured the materialist as somebody who stays at home and only looks at the world on their TV screen. The spiritual person leaves the house to find out.

Not all journeys are wise, safe or put you in front of better things. If Shamens are accessing a spiritual dimension, the information they receive (based on reports back after) is almost certainly demonic, intended to poison the soul of the shamen and anyone who gives credence to his or her revelations.
 





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Wild guess Waraquah ?
i have no idea yet.......i recall watching peace tv many yrs ago...and the name was said on there...to a dr zakir naik.

i have flashbacks of intense brainwashing ...just to remove this name from my mind....