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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Anti-Semitic and other misleading words


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ok so you may live in Virginia but is it a good idea to call your company Virginia Acupuncture without fear of a misspelling well every time I look at the advert it makes my eyes water
As a writer I like words, yes I know I can’t spell but I still like words, not as sexy as numbers but some can be quite cute.

(On my computer screen pops up Expert, Hebrew)

just played an online game and won ...hehehe level expert well I did say vampires are a lot smarter than you apes.
and he was from Hebrew ........er............ i did not know there was a country called Hebrew like where on the world map is Hebrew?


So I look it up

The groups known to the Egyptians as Habiru or Shasu during the Egyptian Empire on the eve of the Bronze Age collapse.
Among historical scholars, there is some disagreement about the relationship between the Hebrews and Israelites.
The terms "Hebrews" and "Israelites" usually describe the same people, called Hebrews before the conquest of the Land of Canaan and Israelites afterwards

Wow like I am playing a guy that is nearly 3 thousand years old !
The game collects data where you are playing form and add the country to your skill level ……..so where is Hebrew?
Could it be Canaan ………………. ?

Canaan (Northwest Semitic knaʿn; Phoenician:  Biblical Hebrew: כנען / knaʿn; Masoretic: כְּנָעַן / Kənáʿan; Arabic: كنعانيون / Kana‘āniyūn) is a historical region roughly corresponding to modern-day Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and the western parts of Jordan. Canaan was of geopolitical importance in the Late Bronze Age Amarna period as the area where the spheres of interest of the Egyptian and Hittite Empires converged. Canaan is historically attested throughout the 4th millennium BC; the later Amarna Letters use Kinaḫḫu, while sources of the Egyptian New Kingdom mention numerous military campaigns conducted in Ka-na-na.[1] In modern usage, the name is often associated with the Hebrew Bible, where the "Land of Canaan" extends from Lebanon southward to the "Brook of Egypt" and eastward to the Jordan River Valley.
Much of the modern knowledge about Canaan stems from excavation in this area. Canaanite culture apparently developed in situ from the Circum-Arabian Nomadic Pastoral Complex, which in turn developed from a fusion of Harifian hunter gatherers with Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB) farming cultures, practicing animal domestication, during the 6,200 BC climatic crisis.[2] Linguistically, the Canaanite languages form a group within the Northwest Semitic languages; its best-known member is the Hebrew language, being mostly known from Iron Age epigraphy. The various Canaanite nations of the Bronze to Iron Ages are mentioned in the Bible, Mesopotamian and Ancient Egyptian texts. The Late Bronze Age state of Ugarit (modern Ras Shamra in Syria) is considered quintessentially Canaanite archaeologically,[3] even though its Ugaritic language does not belong to the Canaanite group proper.

Well that does not help as Canaan has not been a country for a long time and I can really upset three major religions by saying it is a land curesed by god …………. Well there has been killing and murder of men women children and sheep there continuously for over 3 thousand years and that sounds like a curesed land to me, just think of all those poor sheep 

Anti Semitic

Now before people start saying words like anti Semitic it may be a good idea to know that that means:

In linguistics and ethnology, Semitic (from the Biblical "Shem", Hebrew: שם, translated as "name", Arabic: ساميّ) was first used to refer to a language family of largely Middle Eastern origin, now called the Semitic languages. This family includes the ancient and modern forms of Akkadian, Amharic, Arabic, Aramaic, Ge'ez, Hebrew, Maltese, Phoenician, Tigre and Tigrinya among others.
As language studies are interwoven with cultural studies, the term also came to describe the extended

The term ancient Semitic religion encompasses the polytheistic religions of the Semitic speaking peoples of the ancient Near East and Northeast Africa. Its origins are intertwined with Mesopotamian mythology. As Semitic itself is a rough, categorical term (when referring to cultures, not languages), the definitive bounds of the term "ancient Semitic religion" are likewise only approximate.

These traditions, and their pantheons, fall into regional categories: Canaanite religions of the Levant, Assyro-Babylonian religion strongly influenced by Sumerian tradition, and Pre-Islamic Arabian polytheism.

A topic of particular interest is the possible transition of Semitic polytheism into the contemporary understanding of Abrahamic monotheism by way of the god El, a word for "god" in Hebrew and cognate to Islam's Allah.

In a religious context, the term 'Semitic' can refer to the religions associated with the speakers of these languages: thus Judaism, Christianity and Islam are often described as "Semitic religions" (irrespective of language family spoken by their adherents). Manicheanism and the Mandean religion also fall within this category.

So a anti Semitic is someone against Judaism, Christianity and Islam ?

Now as for a Semitic religion …….hehehehe …….. then you must include Ashurism, Adad, Hadad ……..now who would ever disbelieve in Adad

Now that is a god !!! why swap to a modern film image of Thor er..... why not just look at him, tall, blond and very male   



wow is he hot just look at the size of his weapon …………… not too bright but I like that in a guy ………… guys and well even human guys were not created to be that bright, get things down from top shelves, carrying shopping, opening jars and dealing with monster spiders that hide in the shower now that is there main design purpose in life ......ok ok ok........... another good thing is that they don't need batteries but that is a bonus/ 


THOR !!!

Well you would know him by his modern name Thor the thunder God (storm god) the same gods have different names to different races think of Jupiter and Zeus and the gods of Judaism, Christianity and Islam



Adad in Akkadian and Ishkur in Sumerian and Hadad in Aramaic are the names of the storm-god in the Babylonian-Assyrian pantheon. All three are usually written by the logogram dIM. The Akkadian god Adad is cognate in name and functions with northwest Semitic god Hadad.



In Akkadian, Adad is also known as Ramman ("Thunderer") cognate with Aramaic Rimmon which was a byname of the Aramaic Hadad. Ramman was formerly incorrectly taken by many scholars to be an independent Babylonian god later identified with the Amorite god Hadad.

The term Abrahamic religions is more commonly used today. A truly comprehensive account of "Semitic" religions would include the Ancient Semitic religions (such as the religions of Ashurism, Adad, Hadad) that flourished in the Middle East before the Abrahamic religions.



As we are talking about Canaan got this to show you

Canaan looks to be an anime with a charactor called Canaan ............well why not there is Paris Hilton who sounds more like hotel accomadation than anything else.


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