777 Idiom Writings of the Past 777

Kings own Nothing but own Everything

Kings have Knowledge and Wisdom

Queens temper the Kings Knowledge and Wisdom

Filler Information;

Wisdom of life is  reflected in the words of the Nomadic Kazakhs “Biz de sizdei bolgamyz, siz de bizdei bolasyz”. In the literal and semantic translation of this word there are no differences: “We were like you, you too will be the same as we are.” As we see, in our life there is neither past nor future, it consists only of continuous random, planned and natural chains of events.  As it says we are a product of our environment. However we can alter the past to affect the present by virtue we live in city states,

In the days of the ancient Semitic/Hebrew. they too were nomads that drifted for hundreds of years in the Mesopotamia deserts bordered by the Zagros mountains and the Arabian plateau. Which is today Iran, Turkey, Syria. Mesopotamia is a Greek word which means ,”Two Rivers” which is a reference to the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers. This is what came to be known as the,” Cradle of Civilization” corresponding to the rivers listed in the manuscripts of the ancient Hebrews.

Mesopotamia was a collection of cultures whose only connections were their script, their gods and their attitudes toward women. The social customs and the languages of the ancient Sumerians, the Akkadian empire did not correspond to those of Babylon; the rights of the women, literacy and the pantheon of gods were shared throughout the region. Gods had various names in the different regions and time periods.

Mesopotamia is known for two major developments that occurred in the region of Sumer in the 4th millennium BC.

  • The rise of the city structure.
  • The invention of writing it is also known to have developed in Egypt, in the Indus Valley, flowed to China and into Americanism.

In the days of the ancient Semitic/Hebrew. they too were nomads that drifted for hundreds of years in the Mesopotamia deserts bordered by the Zagros mountains and the Arabian plateau. Which is today Iran, Turkey, Syria. Mesopotamia is a Greek word which means ,”Two Rivers” which is a reference to the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers. This is what came to be known as the,” Cradle of Civilization” corresponding to the rivers listed in the manuscripts of the ancient Hebrews.

Literacy in the times of the ancients occurred on a different scale then what we know of today. Since people were nomadic their lifestyle and daily tasks reflected their ability and proficiency to harness the resources around them for survival. Fathers taught sons literacy skills as well as Moms taught their daughters literacy skills. Everyone worked together to ensure their survival and the survival of future generations. Basic literacy skills, necessities of life, Food, Shelter and Protection from wild animals and marauding bands of ingrates.

With the rise of the city states illiteracy became the right of religions and their governments.   The rights of the woman became a veil over her eyes subjected to a caste system of men’s thoughts.   Times had not changed much around the world.

The earliest writings of organized religion comes from this area, Mesopotamia, 3900 BC. Ancient Semitic ancestors of the Babylonians migrated into this area. They brought with them a system of picture writing, Semitic idioms. Which we now know as cuneiform writing.

Idioms are idiomatic expressions of a person prose in communicating to others conveyance of thoughts.  Idioms consist of a group of pictures and words that have a meaning not deducible from those individual words.

Example the phrase it is raining cats and dogs. The reader would know that the statement reflects a heavenly downpour of rain. It is not literally raining cats and dogs.

When dealing with the ancient Semitic/Hebrew texts they are full of idiomatic expressions of thoughts some in poetic prose and some not. If one is not taught how to read in this context then they become lost in confusion.

I was in talks with a well intentioned lady the other day. Been church going for many years grew up in the church. She had no idea what the King James was talking about. I had to agree with her. Because you are not taught what the words mean in the ancient texts. Everyone assumes the pastor is giving them the straight poop.

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Then you have the ancient Semitic Hebrew picture writing dated back as far as the 10th Century BC.

Hebrew Alphabet Chart

The earliest Hebrew language have been detected as far back in the lands of Canaan from around the 14th to the 13th century BC. Predates the Semitic Sumerians by at least 10 centuries. Hebrew was spoken all the way to the fall of Jerusalem 587 BC.  The time of King Nebuchadnezzar 11.  He was the longest reigning King of the Neo-Babylon Empire, 605 BC to 562 BC.   He was mentioned in the ancient Hebrew texts as Lucifer by the King James compatriots.

Isa. 14: 12

how! You fell from the heavens howl you! son of dawn you were hacked down to the earth one defeating nations”.

Two images of Man idiom expressions;

Gen. 25: 24 -26;

24 “and they are fulfilling days of her to to give birth of and behold ! twins in belly of her”

25 “ and he is coming forth the first ruddy all of him as fur robe of hair and they are calling name of him Esau”.

26 “and after so he came forth brother of him and hand of him holding heel of Esau and he is calling name of him Jacob and Issac son of sixty year in to generate of them”

It is a well documented fact since the dawn of time that the oldest does not inherit it has always been the youngest.  King Nebuchadnezzar lost his Kingdom as did his sons and disappeared into the dust of history.

So for men you are either like Esau or your like Jacob who bruised his thighs and separated himself from the others.  Women if you are in a caste system of men religions perhaps you should birth a new thought.  At least the ancient Sumerians had a pictograph for the woman and then one for the female slave to their credit.  They were not lying how they viewed females.

In the ancient Hebrew pictographs you have two images for the woman you just have not been taught what they are.  You have one image for the Father , we wore all born with one Father since the dawn of time.

Kings own Nothing but own Everything

Kings have Knowledge and Wisdom

Queens temper the Kings Knowledge and Wisdom

 

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