“Preface to Infinity is not eternity”

“The earliest ideas of Eternity were associated in pictographic form originally. This allowed for ‘pictures’ to be ‘as words’ in the European  world, let alone the recipients of the Semitic world. How much of these pictographic societies such as the Early Chinese, Sumerian, Egyptian, Hittite and Dravidian convey the idea of the ‘eternal’? Did these earlier cultures lose their weight in conveying a non-analytical idea of eternal ‘spatiality’ and ‘time’? How distant were these concepts to the Medieval World? Did King James’ translators have a grasp of any of this? Was *eternity* looked at as ‘segmented times’ in the Middle Ages amidst the Jacobian era? I can say a big Nope for all of these. Let’s take a light jab at this word *eternity* from  what our ancestors thought. This is only a light dig into a much deeper study that fomcm.com will endeavor. Thank you for listening!”

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The “dung god” or “fly god”, Beelzebub, seems to be first built upon its early onomatopoeia of a pestilential creature flying by.  Later, ‘sound-name’ to ‘cultural word-idea’ or word-representation would establish the frame by which theological-mythological abstractions could arise.  Kartvelian, Georgian, and Sumerian (all dating to at least 4,000 B.C.E.)

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Cain’s Mark

The Sollabu are the wandering metallurgists that have different features from the Arabs with an admixture of an ancient language echoed through the koine Arabic they use today. Their history goes back over 7,000 years. They wear a cruciform or Tau sign etched into their forehead. Is this not the

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DRYDEN, Dryton, DYAUS, Deus, etc is the Indo European comparable title to Aleph- the Lead Ox, The God, The Head, The Beginning, the one who pulls the plow, the One who experiences *drudgery* for the others-the weaker 0:00 0:00 skip_previous play_arrow pause skip_next volume_up volume_down volume_off share description view_headline Nothing

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Left, Right Hemispheres, Sin, Predeterminism

The left and right brain need each other.  In this relationship, one side must limit itself in order to work with the other side for particular clarity.  In a world that narrows to objectivity – aka money- the need for development of one side of the hemisphere is stifled.  These modern societal demands

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Logos and the Satanic Contagion

The build up of frustration of the condition of village-community life riddled with jealousy, covetousness, lust, anger, etc. *calls* for a Scapegoat to blame. Out of this comes the Reason for the Messiah but hiddenly so. Death of the human in order to place blame on is the hidden cry

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Hell Part 3

The Biblical Patriarch/ Matriarch was a recipient of God’s Word and had a limited skill set for a specific purpose. Nonetheless, the conveyed Words were relayed by God while the recipient of God’s Words participated in obedience. Obedience is the key word. Obedience is necessary to have completion of God’s

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Hell Part 2

“Forever”, looked at as an exact time frame, is a very interesting philosophical topic, yet, it is a cosmological, astrological and agricultural ‘event’ as ‘representation’. As I stated, eternal time was mythically *signified* through the temporal practices of village participants. Such ‘eternal’ participation involved dancing, usage of the ‘masks of

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Hell Part 1

Truths of God were not the same as the Biblical Patriarch’s understanding of their surroundings. Nonetheless, there was a symbiosis between YHVH and Israel through YHVH’s ‘metalogue’. God might say “forever” concerning HIS statutes …yet, there was no example of specific ***relatable*** ‘Time-mapping’, only conceptualizing of ‘referred continuance’ by the

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John Style of Writing the Apocalypse

“The Johannine writings of Revelation exemplify a genius literary mechanism called ‘parataxis’. Parataxis omits subordination of conjunctions therefore allowing equal themes to be threaded together into a potential meshwork of Genius, namely found in Revelation. John was given a Greek culture by which ideas were conveyed. The Greek language by

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