Actually, there won't be any such event as "doubling" or "tripling" of population as the population is expected to see a drop in a relatively short time. [link]
Satan's name means to consume in ancient Hebrew pictographs. And Alduin (that wyvern you saw in Skyrim) is a world-eater. Hey, that makes sense!
"I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me." Term "sheep" refers to a group of people, who blindly follow things (e.g. religious people and iSheep).
God does not control us. I can't really comprehend how an imaginary creature could control us either.
Ask yourself this. What is Heaven and what is hell? Two imaginary places?
In the ancient book of Adam and Eve, they were cast from the Garden when they desired to eat of the desires of flesh, clothed themself in animal hide and went into "The cave of treasures." look at your house stored with all its treasures. Oh, I've heard that tale too and I must disappoint you — you are incorrect on that one.
In the past, there has been civilizations who preserves or live accordingly to nature. They are destroyed by the expansionist & imperialist people then making everybody think that way of life is wrong. So it is wrong to blame humanity as a whole for destroying nature.
Heaven & hell is where you want them to be. Individuals have different perception on where they are.
All I heard was this: Something overpopulation something animal cruelty. Something something satan something gematria. BibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBibleBible. Something sounding philosophical.
I do not learn from the scriptures. When I learned that Satan's name meant teeth after seeing 5 teeth in a mirror. I then looked at a dream archive to find that all who dream of teeth dream of Satan. I saw it in a dream and researched online to find it as truth in ancient hebrew pictographs. The way you and I find truth are different. Truth comes to those who knock, not by the words of a dead book but by the living truth of God.
Also, you're making assumptions about the way I find truth. And you never answered my question about your familiarity with ascetic Jewish and Gnostic sects of late antiquity. Based on the OP, you might find them interesting, though little detail is known about some.
the letter 'Hey' is intended to get one's attention. It's a picture of a man with raised arms, and it's meanings include 'look' or 'reveal' or 'breathe'. It also carries many associated meanings such as 'behold', and it can even mean 'praise'. The particular meaning that is used in each instance would depend entirely on the intended context, and yet they are closely related.
ShinThe second letter of 'haSatan' is really the first letter of his name, and it is the letter 'Shin', which the original Hebrew depicts as two front teeth. The meanings for this word include 'two' because of the two front teeth, but it also carries the meanings of 'sharp' or 'press' or 'eat/consume'. All of these meanings can be associated with teeth, and again, context determines which particular meaning is implied.
TetThe next letter of this name is the letter 'Tet', which in ancient times was depicted as a basket. This basket was a very understandable symbol for the meanings 'surround' or 'contain', because that is what baskets do. imprisonment is a related concept as well. However, it also carried the meaning 'mud', presumably because that is how mud was carried in the making of bricks. But it can also mean simply 'basket' or 'container'.
NunThe last pictographic letter in this name is the 'Nun', whose symbol was a seed. As you would imagine, the meanings of this letter are all associated with what results from seeds, and include 'continue' or 'heir' or 'son'. And as with all the other pictographs, it can also mean 'seed'.
OK, what you're saying it not total BS, according to this website: [link]
But there is also a warning, stating: While the study of the pictographic script can sometimes yield insight into the underlying meaning (etymology) of Biblical Hebrew words, it is generally to be avoided as a stand-alone exegetical principle since this can lead to speculations and doubtful interpretations.
Of course, I know you won't respond, this is more for my own purposes of remembering.
Again, source plz? I've never seen any claims that the characters you refer to are pictographic. I'm willing to accept if you can actually point me to a reputable source backing this claim up. I do know that Hebrew characters also represent numeric values and each of these corresponds to a location on the Tree of Life, but these correspondences were probably not in place when the texts you cite were written.
What you're saying is all very interesting, but I put more stock into reputable scholarship than wild claims. No offense to you, it's just my inclination as a student of religion/spirituality.
If we don't follow your particular brand of religion we will automatically go to the place that your religion has deemed a detestable location for all eternity. Wow, mind blowing man. I've never heard that one before.
Also, how is this relevant to anything else? It's like you people just throw in random nonsense to confuse the weak minded.
"I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me." John 10:14
> If we don't follow your particular brand of religion or religious belief we will automatically go to the place that your religion has deemed a detestable location for all eternity. Wow, mind blowing man. I've never heard that one before.
The ancient Hebrews didn't write in pictographs. The apocrypha with all these stories about Adam and Eve are of late (as in AD) composition; the genuine Old Testament is more "ancient" by many centuries even if you happen to think the whole thing was written by Ezra. "Desires of the flesh" -- I'm taking your word for it without checking any of your source texts so I'm trusting you that it actually says that -- is not an ancient Hebrew idea. It's pure Christian asceticism.
So... are you going to set the example by getting rid of all your stuff? Practice first, then preach. Of course, since your "treasures" include your electronic toys, that would leave you without a computer, so that would make it hard to keep posting to online forums, but hey. At least you'll be doing the right thing.
I'm not sure what the point of this post is supposed to be, but yes, God created both Heaven and Hell, and they are actual places. God gave Adam and Eve animal skins as clothing, and they were kicked out of Eden because they believed they weren't made in God's image, and God provided them with the animal skins as clothing.
Aside from the fact that several of the verses you mentioned are out of context, I reiterate, what exactly is the point you're trying to make?
In that case, I have nothing you would consider proof, because few people seem to be interested in events that can neither be proven or dis-proven, (Unless you want to wait a few more years for a two thousand year old prophecy to be fulfilled, but by then it would be a little late to do anything about it.) According to the text, in both Hebrew and Greek, both places are referred to as actual places, not states of society. If you want actual, physical, proof, you'll have to test the book, yourself. That's the way I did it.
Self-EpidemicFeatured By OwnerJan 12, 2013Professional Digital Artist
So your proof is just belief, meaning its personal. Not truth.
As far as I'm aware hell was named hell after a pile of corpses of criminals were set a blaze, thus that name was born.
So yes, it may exist in technical on earth terminology. I wouldn't consider something ancient Greeks say as truth though, considering a very long time ago they didn't know the earth was round. If they can't get that right, how could they get the after life right?