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ClockNumerology
01-16-2012, 04:10 PM
in answering who is YESHUA'S FATHER:

yeshua's abba ?

or yeshua abba?

which is correct ownership in hebrew?

thanks a bunch : )

Timmy
01-16-2012, 04:45 PM
in answering who is YESHUA'S FATHER:

yeshua's abba ?

or yeshua abba?

which is correct ownership in hebrew?

thanks a bunch : )

It's a play on words that only those who read Hebrew do see.
Consider who was released from crucifixion in exchange for Yeshua Ha'Masciach

To correctly state ownwership of this nature, there is no apostrophe; but there is an additional word.

It is [Ye(hosh)ua(h) BAR ABBA[s]] [(in Aramaic)] and Hebrew.

Yeshua Barabba and in English this is translated as Jesus Barabbas.


Tim Timmy Tim Tim


Timmy

Richard Amiel McGough
01-16-2012, 04:54 PM
in answering who is YESHUA'S FATHER:

yeshua's abba ?

or yeshua abba?

which is correct ownership in hebrew?

thanks a bunch : )
In Biblical Hebrew, the possessive is indicated by the construct state where one word just follows another, like Bet Yahweh (House of the Lord, or Lord's house). The construct state often includes a small change of pronunciations and/or the addition of a letter. Case in point, Father of Yeshua or Yeshua's Father is written avi Yeshua.

Note, in Biblical Hebrew the word Father is spelled Av (Aleph Bet) not Abba (Aleph Bet Aleph). That form entered Hebrew after the Bible was finished.

Timmy
01-16-2012, 05:03 PM
In Biblical Hebrew, the possessive is indicated by the construct state where one word just follows another, like Bet Yahweh (House of the Lord, or Lord's house). The construct state often includes a small change of pronunciations and/or the addition of a letter. Case in point, Father of Yeshua or Yeshua's Father is written avi Yeshua.

Note, in Biblical Hebrew the word Father is spelled Av (Aleph Bet) not Abba (Aleph Bet Aleph). That form entered Hebrew after the Bible was finished.

...and if His name were stated where "father" is the possessive noun, it would be Yeshua Ben'abba.
(for example: Benjamin is English for "son of"(y is silent)amin, Ben'amin.

Howz dat?

Tau Timmy Tim Tim

Richard Amiel McGough
01-16-2012, 05:05 PM
It's a play on words that only those who read Hebrew do see.
Consider who was released from crucifixion in exchange for Yeshua Ha'Masciach

To correctly state ownwership of this nature, there is no apostrophe; but there is an additional word.

It is [Ye(hosh)ua(h) BAR ABBA[s]] [(in Aramaic)] and Hebrew.

Yeshua Barabba and in English this is translated as Jesus Barabbas.


Tim Timmy Tim Tim


Timmy
Thanks for the info. I knew about Barrabas meaning Bar Abba (son of the father) but I was unaware of (or forgot) that there is a textual variaion in Matthew 27:17 which says that his name as Jesus Barrabas! The NRSV translates it this way:

NRS Matthew 27:17 So after they had gathered, Pilate said to them, "Whom do you want me to release for you, Jesus Barabbas or Jesus who is called the Messiah?"

That really amplifies the "word play" between Barrabas and Jesus.

It seems the translators don't put much weight on this textual variation since most leave it out.

Richard Amiel McGough
01-16-2012, 05:06 PM
...and if His name were stated where "father" is the possessive noun, it would be Yeshua Ben'abba.
(for example: Benjamin is English for "son of"(y is silent)amin, Ben'amin.

Howz dat?

Tau Timmy Tim Tim
That's how it would be done in Aramaic. In Biblical Hebrew it would just be Yehoshua Ben Av.

Timmy
01-16-2012, 05:24 PM
That's how it would be done in Aramaic. In Biblical Hebrew it would just be Yehoshua Ben Av.

Yes, thnx for the clarity oh Big Kahuna!

i was just spoutin' off as is sometimes the case.

...oh, and "amin" is "right hand/side" y representing "my" but why?????

It's thought that the textual variation is due to originating text is more than likely aramaic and as well, the hubbub about Yeshua having the name of that murderer.thief, it became a textual variation...even though the gematria of Netzach plays into that whole scenario beautifully.

Little Timmy:winking0071:

Richard Amiel McGough
01-16-2012, 05:37 PM
Yes, thnx for the clarity oh Big Kahuna!

i was just spoutin' off as is sometimes the case.

...oh, and "amin" is "right hand/side" y representing "my" but why?????

It's thought that the textual variation is due to originating text is more than likely aramaic and as well, the hubbub about Yeshua having the name of that murderer.thief, it became a textual variation...even though the gematria of Netzach plays into that whole scenario beautifully.

Little Timmy:winking0071:
You're doing great Timmy Tim Tim! I was just adding my two bits.

I just looked up "kahuna" - I had no idea what you were calling me. So you think I'm the Big "Priest, sorcerer, magician, wizard, minister, expert in any profession. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kahuna)" That's interesting! :p

Abara K'Dabara! (I create as I speak)

Richard Amiel McGough
01-16-2012, 05:37 PM
You're doing great Timmy Tim Tim! I was just adding my two bits.

I just looked up "kahuna" - I had no idea what you were calling me. So you think I'm the Big "Priest, sorcerer, magician, wizard, minister, expert in any profession. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kahuna)" That's interesting! :p

Abara K'Dabara! (I create as I speak)
It just struck me that kahuna is Hawaian for "priest" - how did those kohens get to Hawaii?

Strong's 3548 kohen {ko-hane'}
Meaning: 1) priest, principal officer or chief ruler 1a) priest-king (Melchizedek, Messiah) 1b) pagan priests 1c) priests of Jehovah 1d) Levitical priests 1e) Zadokite priests 1f) Aaronic priests 1g) the high priest

Timmy
01-16-2012, 10:33 PM
I just looked up "kahuna" - I had no idea what you were calling me. So you think I'm the Big "Priest, sorcerer, magician, wizard, minister, expert in any profession." That's interesting!

Abara K'Dabara! (I create as I speak):woohoo:
Abraxas' cadavers:
Word like arrows,
Once from the bow shot,
To the quiver,
They return not.

Yes, that is the intention oh Big Kahuna.
You know far more than you say.
You see more clearly than you let on.
i was once a chemognostically inclined rascal as well.


. . .kahuna is Hawaian for "priest" - how did those kohens get to Hawaii?

Strong's 3548 kohen {ko-hane'}
Meaning: 1) priest, principal officer or chief ruler 1a) priest-king (Melchizedek, Messiah) 1b) pagan priests 1c) priests of Jehovah 1d) Levitical priests 1e) Zadokite priests 1f) Aaronic priests 1g) the high priest

:dontknow:That one just klunked me in the head like a lead balloon bro!:confused2:

:attention:i know what it is...is meant: the why of why those two relative words were nary compared etymologically for spermology:
When using English, which is usually the case, priest is written as cohen. Even though it is pronounced as a hard consonant k sound, i utterly failed to even recognize that window you just opened:highfive:

Thanks for that.:thumb: Sound like an archeological dig is in order:woohoo::specool::winking0001:; but how much lava and pumice needs to be picked away and shoveled through to get down to these roots of Hawiian religious origins?:doh::egad:

Oh, and you did do more than add two bits. Abba is equivalent to the English word "daddy/dad" and children (no matter what age) use it just like kids use dad and daddy in Amerika:terms of endearment. Avi is really moreso appropriatlry equivalent to father.

Waka waka,

Timmy

p.s. Are you familiar with Anton Sanzor LaVey's notions about erotic crystalization inertia? If not, think about those jokers in the nursing homes who are reliving bygone days and you can understand a bit of what he is talking about.

i can now honestly say i am more than half-a-century old. Looking back, so many things done and gone now seem so rediculously ironicalicious.
It has never been desired to wear pants hanging down to the ground
--Did you know that this 'fashion statement' began as a male prison populations signal expressing need for a new beau to drop the soap for?--
or though highly capable in ebonic linguistic avoid it altogether.
--Or did you know the almost lost slang term 'honky" evolved in NYC in the 60's by black folk mocking the nasal tone of speech by whitey?--
My wife is black and now tells me that there are just some things middle aged white men should not be allowed to do; but it is more than obviously evident it is just me she is referring to (as that certain laugh she has reserved for yours truly whenever she is laughing at me and not with me.)

i think i'll make some leather sandals, gird my loins in camel pelt, then locate an almond or hazel staff. i can live off of honey and its locust out in the wilderness by the Yarden River. There i can holler like a man deranged all about what God tells me to say next.

If not, give me about 15 years and i will be able to enter a restaurant and be priveledged enough to recieve my very first senior coffee...though they will more than more than likely ask for an I.D. when requesting that senior discount. The HGH(Human Growth Hormone) does amazing wonders vitamins could never do.

Richard Amiel McGough
01-17-2012, 01:54 PM
:woohoo:
Abraxas' cadavers:
Word like arrows,
Once from the bow shot,
To the quiver,
They return not.

Yes, that is the intention oh Big Kahuna.
You know far more than you say.
You see more clearly than you let on.
i was once a chemognostically inclined rascal as well.

Chemognosticism is a powerful path. Indeed.

I Ching Hexagram 36 (http://www.psychic-revelation.com/reference/i_l/i_ching/hexagram36.html) has proven very enlightening and helpful.



:dontknow:That one just klunked me in the head like a lead balloon bro!:confused2:

:attention:i know what it is...is meant: the why of why those two relative words were nary compared etymologically for spermology:
When using English, which is usually the case, priest is written as cohen. Even though it is pronounced as a hard consonant k sound, i utterly failed to even recognize that window you just opened:highfive:

Thanks for that.:thumb: Sound like an archeological dig is in order:woohoo::specool::winking0001:; but how much lava and pumice needs to be picked away and shoveled through to get down to these roots of Hawiian religious origins?:doh::egad:

I poked round the net and didn't find much yet. I don't know how far back the word "kahuna" goes in the Hawaiian language. And I don't know if it is related in some mysterious way to the Hebrew kohen (kohane) but the obvious similarity is intriguing.



Oh, and you did do more than add two bits. Abba is equivalent to the English word "daddy/dad" and children (no matter what age) use it just like kids use dad and daddy in Amerika:terms of endearment. Avi is really moreso appropriatlry equivalent to father.

That sounds right to me.



Waka waka,

Timmy

Whata whata waka waka? Thank the Fjord for the net! Otherwise I would never have known ...


http://youtu.be/pRpeEdMmmQ0



p.s. Are you familiar with Anton Sanzor LaVey's notions about erotic crystalization inertia? If not, think about those jokers in the nursing homes who are reliving bygone days and you can understand a bit of what he is talking about.

Never was much interested in LaVey. He seemed like a silly showman. Sorta the Liberace of satanic occultism.

264




i can now honestly say i am more than half-a-century old. Looking back, so many things done and gone now seem so rediculously ironicalicious.
It has never been desired to wear pants hanging down to the ground
--Did you know that this 'fashion statement' began as a male prison populations signal expressing need for a new beau to drop the soap for?--
or though highly capable in ebonic linguistic avoid it altogether.
--Or did you know the almost lost slang term 'honky" evolved in NYC in the 60's by black folk mocking the nasal tone of speech by whitey?--
My wife is black and now tells me that there are just some things middle aged white men should not be allowed to do; but it is more than obviously evident it is just me she is referring to (as that certain laugh she has reserved for yours truly whenever she is laughing at me and not with me.)

It's funny how your comment segued into issues of "style" since I didn't read it before posting my pic of Anton Liberace above. :p

But as for the origin of the low-riding pants ... I'll have to look into that. You explanation seems rather unlikely prima facie. Here's a meme along those lines that has been floating around Facebook for the last few days:

265

Your suggested origin of "honkey" sounds believable.

Some things middle aged white men (like me too) shouldn't do? Dance and sing, I would suppose.



i think i'll make some leather sandals, gird my loins in camel pelt, then locate an almond or hazel staff. i can live off of honey and its locust out in the wilderness by the Yarden River. There i can holler like a man deranged all about what God tells me to say next.

If not, give me about 15 years and i will be able to enter a restaurant and be priveledged enough to recieve my very first senior coffee...though they will more than more than likely ask for an I.D. when requesting that senior discount. The HGH(Human Growth Hormone) does amazing wonders vitamins could never do.
Have you tried DHEA? It seems promising.

Also, if you are interesting in anti-aging, get off the coffee NOW. It produces a chemical cascade (e.g. high cortisol) that produces all sorts of bad effects. I was a coffee junky till last spring when I missed my dose on a camping trip and got one of those raging "knife through the center of the brain" coffee-withdrawal headaches and decided it was a good time to quit. The health improvements were immediate and long lasting. Rose quit too and she no longer has those frequent headaches that used to bother her, and her eyesight has improved.

Waka waka, Timmy Tim Tav!

Richard

Timmy
01-17-2012, 05:11 PM
Zaminamina oh oh
Waka waka eh eh
Zaminamina zangalewa
Big Kahuna ah ha
How off topic will we get with segawais?

WAKA WAKA


Chemognosticism is a powerful path. Indeed.
INDEED.
Many have been met who just could not handle it, but they were prolly on their way to the funny farm before they ever crossed paths with this one.
On time, with some Hopi friends went Pyote hunting for 3 weeks. All we found were 3 little buttons...but they worked.

Smoking Salvia, eating ayahuasca and drinking psylocybe mexicana tea were once breakfast for me.
Ergot was saved for beer 30 on the job site...if and when it was decided to work.

Experimented with many poisons along the way, perticularily DMX and DMT.
(Got alot of solid info for use from Lampoonics and several other privately published resource materials.)
Still, the envelope was pushed here
excess believed to lead to the palace of wisdom.


i called it deathwalking.



Hexagram 36?
Got it
right?
What if you flip it if you 'wish'.
i once learned how to take whatever type of divination and change readings into as they were desired to turn out,
then 'believe in that' more than the initial reading,
:pop2:&watch it happen.



I poked round the net and didn't find much yet. I don't know how far back the word "kahuna" goes in the Hawaiian language. And I don't know if it is related in some mysterious way to the Hebrew kohen (kohane) but the obvious similarity is intriguing.
DITTO, and for how long is not known, but will keep on looking as there is tendency to think in terms of what a certain Violet Firth once quoted: "Where there's smoke, there's fire."



Never was much interested in LaVey. He seemed like a silly showman. Sorta the Liberace of satanic occultism.

264



It's funny how your comment segued into issues of "style" since I didn't read it before posting my pic of Anton Liberace above. :p:lmbo:
Yeah.

Re: A.S.LV.
Gimmics can often useful towards sleight of mind.

The Satanic Bible is just a revision of Mein Kampf with a touch of Darwin here and there...oh, and don't forget the mumbo-jumbo and regalia gimmics for effect.

He did have other things useful in penetrating the human psyche though, more often than not, condensing only the pragmatic working parts of various psychologists texts, then applying these things to what he wanted to do with them.




But as for the origin of the low-riding pants ... I'll have to look into that. You explanation seems rather unlikely prima facie. Here's a meme along those lines that has been floating around Facebook for the last few days:

265:hysterical:
It was told me by several different insiders--guards who often admitted the only difference between themselves and the confined was which side of the bars they were on.


Your suggested origin of "honkey" sounds believable.
That was second hand info, which probably came from other second hand info and so on, but it seemed plausible, so i believed it.


Some things middle aged white men (like me too) shouldn't do? Dance and sing, I would suppose.
Dancing and playing BBall actually.
They tell me this voice is awe inspiring but it just really doesn't interest me becoming an idol: frozen in time.



Have you tried DHEA? It seems promising.

Also, if you are interesting in anti-aging, get off the coffee NOW. It produces a chemical cascade (e.g. high cortisol) that produces all sorts of bad effects. I was a coffee junky till last spring when I missed my dose on a camping trip and got one of those raging "knife through the center of the brain" coffee-withdrawal headaches and decided it was a good time to quit. The health improvements were immediate and long lasting. Rose quit too and she no longer has those frequent headaches that used to bother her, and her eyesight has improved.

Yes, DHEA is used, but it is progressive in effect with sustained regular use. It's wondered how stable conditions remain if one quits it altogether.

Many different HGH manufactures were tried until one type made noticable changes swiftly. It happens just like they advertise:
http://www.hghextreme.com/prod_hgh.shtml

My issue was just wanting to be able to work longer in this physically demanding profession; however, first this hair turned back from brown to the red tinted sandy blonde color it was as a child.

Next came unexpected muscle mass as though i were 20 again, with the stamina desired.

It was not used for one month once and still the results remained.

i don't know about q'ing the coffee. i do just go without it, sometimes for several days, without the headaches though. Here, there is nothing better than a cup of coffee stronger than expresso to get to sleep on a moments notice...and vision still remains FTMP, depending on tiredness, at 20/10.

I've drunk the stuff since age four and until it is noted to hamper something, it's doubted i would cease and desist completely.
*Timmy without thinking about it any more, when sitting, reclining, or concentrating, breaths rhymically 8-4-8-4...*




Waka waka, Timmy Tim Tav!

Richard


Wana wana waka waka!

Ana-wam-ha ha-com yo-me
he'-he',

:icon_hello::specool:Timmy:winking0001::highfive:

Richard Amiel McGough
01-17-2012, 06:18 PM
Zaminamina oh oh
Waka waka eh eh
Zaminamina zangalewa
Big Kahuna ah ha
How off topic will we get with segawais?

WAKA WAKA

Without Google, I most thoroughly am convinced your posts might be found to be incompredeceipherable!


http://youtu.be/LHV7gmT5m8I

What might be the signification of seqawais?




Chemognosticism is a powerful path. Indeed.
INDEED.
Many have been met who just could not handle it, but they were prolly on their way to the funny farm before they ever crossed paths with this one.
On time, with some Hopi friends went Pyote hunting for 3 weeks. All we found were 3 little buttons...but they worked.

Smoking Salvia, eating ayahuasca and drinking psylocybe mexicana tea were once breakfast for me.
Ergot was saved for beer 30 on the job site...if and when it was decided to work.

Experimented with many poisons along the way, perticularily DMX and DMT.
(Got alot of solid info for use from Lampoonics and several other privately published resource materials.)
Still, the envelope was pushed here
excess believed to lead to the palace of wisdom.

Yes, there is danger in that path. But what path worth walking lacks such? And the reward outweighs the danger, or so it seems in my experience.

I have read books and seen lectures on ayahuasca and DMT but have never encountered them personally.

the eLixir of St. Dr. hofmann opened doors in my head.

Many touched by St. Albert's Elixir subsequently embraced Christ. Who is to say who guided him in his chemistry?



i called it deathwalking.

And so may be for those who lose their balance in their walk.


Hexagram 36?
Got it
right?
What if you flip it if you 'wish'.
i once learned how to take whatever type of divination and change readings into as they were desired to turn out,
then 'believe in that' more than the initial reading,
:pop2:&watch it happen.

Flip it and you find Progress #35 (http://www.cfcl.com/ching/P/35.05.shtml) - Fire above the Earth:

The sun rises over the earth: The image of Progress. Thus the superior man himself Brightens his bright virtue.Too much freedom making things up may empty them of their meaning - or reveal that the only meaning there ever was is what you put in.

[QUOTE=Timmy;40427]
Re: A.S.LV.
Gimmics can often useful towards sleight of mind.

The Satanic Bible is just a revision of Mein Kampf with a touch of Darwin here and there...oh, and don't forget the mumbo-jumbo and regalia gimmics for effect.

He did have other things useful in penetrating the human psyche though, more often than not, condensing only the pragmatic working parts of various psychologists texts, then applying these things to what he wanted to do with them.

Yeah, well there are too many other (seemingly more qualified and important) writers waiting for my time. I dount Anton will ever get any of it.



Yes, DHEA is used, but it is progressive in effect with sustained regular use. It's wondered how stable conditions remain if one quits it altogether.

Many different HGH manufactures were tried until one type made noticable changes swiftly. It happens just like they advertise:
http://www.hghextreme.com/prod_hgh.shtml

My issue was just wanting to be able to work longer in this physically demanding profession; however, first this hair turned back from brown to the red tinted sandy blonde color it was as a child.

Next came unexpected muscle mass as though i were 20 again, with the stamina desired.

It was not used for one month once and still the results remained.

I'll definitely check it out. Thanks.



i don't know about q'ing the coffee. i do just go without it, sometimes for several days, without the headaches though. Here, there is nothing better than a cup of coffee stronger than expresso to get to sleep on a moments notice...and vision still remains FTMP, depending on tiredness, at 20/10.

I've drunk the stuff since age four and until it is noted to hamper something, it's doubted i would cease and desist completely.
*Timmy without thinking about it any more, when sitting, reclining, or concentrating, breaths rhymically 8-4-8-4...*

To each his own, of course! I was just passing on personal experience.


Wana wana waka waka!

Ana-wam-ha ha-com yo-me
he'-he',

:icon_hello::specool:Timmy:winking0001::highfive:
Looks like I'll need to go back to Google ... :hysterical:

Timmy
01-17-2012, 09:57 PM
Without Google, I most thoroughly am convinced your posts might be found to be incompredeceipherable!


http://youtu.be/LHV7gmT5m8I

A missionary woman from Guinea once taught me just a few words of Camaroon and we would chat back and forth in mixed company nobudy else the weiser. (Hearing about Shakira and her football vid, got me to take a chance that somebody would pick up on it, as you have.)

Oh here is from a site found through a search, however reading through, not everything is exactly said the same as once learned. Has this 'language' evolved since 5 years ago or does the author not know what they are talking about completely or was i misinformed in the first place?

Anyway:
(waka waka means "work(ing and) walking")
and here's what that site says:

Zaminamina means come.


Waka waka means Do it – as in perform a task. Waka is pidgin language meaning walk while working.


Zaminamina zangalewa means who asked you to come?.


Wana means it is mine.


Zambo means wait.


Anawam means I did/ Yes I

so'¦



zaminamina zangalewa

anawam aa



Who called you/ asked you to come?

Yes, I did.

Zamina mina (Zangalewa)



Zangalewa of Cameroon

'Zamina' or 'Zangaléwa' is a 1986 hit song, originally sung by a makossa group from Cameroon called Golden Sounds who were beloved throughout the continent for their silly dances and costumes. The song was such a hit for Golden Sounds that they eventually changed their name to Zangaléwa, too.The song pays tribute to African skirmishers (a.k.a tirailleurs) during WW2. Most of the band members were in the Cameroonian Army themselves and used make up, fake belly and fake butt for comic relief.

The song is still used today by soldiers, policemen, boy scouts, sportsmen and their supporters, usually during training or for rallying.

The men in the group often dressed in military uniforms, wearing pith helmets and stuffing their clothes with pillows to appear like they had a swollen butts from riding the train and fat stomachs from eating too much. The song, music historians say, is a criticism of black military officers who were in league with whites to oppress their own people. Or at least, some of it was. Some of it, as far was we can surmise, is gibberish.

From Spanish Wikipedia:

This song is a priori language interpreted Fang, corresponding to areas of Gabon, southern Cameroonin Equatorial Guinea and a little east of the Central Africa. Being so popular, this means that many times they sing the song without knowing the meaning.

Za engalomwa language means Fang 'Who sent you?': this is the question of a Cameroonian military source to another foreigner, according to Guy Dooh, Zangalewa group. The term Zangalewa can also come from an expression in Ewondo: Loé wa za anga?, it would be 'Who called you?' Cameroon is a multiethnic, multilingual, and not all the soldiers could speak Ewondo, so it is very likely that over time the term wa za anga Loé became the Zangalewa that we know today.

When the young recruits of the Republican Guard Cameroon complained about the rigors of military life, their employers or fellow old people used to raise this question: Loé wa za anga?, which actually meant something like: 'nobody has forced to join the army, so stop whining! '

The lyrics, which are in a Cameroonian dialect called Fang, go like this:

Zaminamina oh oh

Waka waka eh eh

Zaminamina zangalewa

Anawam ah ah

Shakira’s new song for the 2010 World Cup:

This song was chosen because it’s both a tribute to African music, with the World Cup being held in South Africa, and a nod to the folks back home who’ve partied to this song since way back in 1987 when the song rose to prominence thanks to West African DJ’s in Cartagena.

Before Shakira many other artists around the world sampled this song. Some of them are :

Las Chicas Del Can

The Surinamese group Beatmachine. Their version is called 'Samina Mina' just like Shaki’s.

Adane Best

The movie The Lion King also feature samples reference of this song.



Waka Waka Lyrics

You’re a good soldier





Choosing your battles

Pick yourself up

And dust yourself off

And back in the saddle

You’re on the frontline

Everyone’s watching

You know it’s serious

We’re getting closer

This isnt over

The pressure is on

You feel it

But you’ve got it all

Believe it

When you fall get up

Oh oh…

And if you fall get up

Oh oh…

Tsamina mina

Zangalewa

Cuz this is Africa

Tsamina mina eh eh

Waka Waka eh eh

Tsamina mina zangalewa

Anawa aa

This time for Africa

Listen to your god

From Spanish Wikipedia:

Detailed translation
Za / mine / mine / hé hé. in other pronunciation (Zar ou Zak mine mine) Come / you / you / he he. (Literal translation) Come, come (translation adapted)

Wa / ka. You-ti-action. (Literal translation) you do. (Translation adapted)

za / an / ga / le / wa / who / have / do action / called / you / (literal translation) Who called you? (Translation adapted)

Ana / wam / ha / ha com / yo-me / himself / herself (literally) me, yeah (translation adapted)

Yang / hé hé Waiting / hé hé


Full display translated
Come, come hé hé you do, you do hé hé Come, come Who called you? yes, I am hé hé expected hé hé expected Come, come Who called you? yes, I am
Another part of the song says:
When I push on the right, you push on the left, when I push on the left, you push on the right …




Shakira Waka Waka lyrics found on http://www.directlyrics.com.com/shakira-waka-waka-lyrics.html





This is our motto

Your time to shine

Dont wait in line

Y vamos por Todo

People are raising

Their Expectations

Go on and feed them

This is your moment

No hesitations

Today’s your day

I feel it

You paved the way

Believe it

If you get down

Get up Oh oh…

When you get down

Get up eh eh…

Tsamina mina zangalewa

Anawa aa

This time for Africa

Tsamina mina eh eh

Waka Waka eh eh

Tsamina mina zangalewa

Anawa aa

Tsamina mina eh eh

Waka Waka eh eh

Tsamina mina zangalewa

This time for Africa


What might be the signification of seqawais?
That was a Freudian slip writing segway(pl) while thinking of Awaiss.



Yes, there is danger in that path. But what path worth walking lacks such? And the reward outweighs the danger, or so it seems in my experience.

I have read books and seen lectures on ayahuasca and DMT but have never encountered them personally.

the eLixir of St. Dr. hofmann opened doors in my head.

Many touched by St. Albert's Elixir subsequently embraced Christ. Who is to say who guided him in his chemistry?
"...we're so sorry, Uncle Albert, but we haven't done a bloody thing all day..."

No, i read all the stuff by Tim and AL, but the closest i came to that was ergot, and that was the one that usually made others go bonkers. (The Anarchist cookbook details how you can meet Cid, however the stipulations of the DEA watchlist might force you to distill/condense the active component from ergot, if so inclined. (WARNING: inhalation of vapors when mixing the final product are highly toxic, not discernable if inhaled, enter the bloodstream through the lungs, destroy your liver and cause death in 24 hours or less...Hardly childsplay...
heidi heidi ho!)

Terrance McKenna just kinda' stuck somehow, thus the DMT and ayahuasca.
Aside from experiments with psychotropic plants, DMT helps in meeting RAM and others.

Ate peanut butter sandwiches with Jimson seeds one time in Tennessee and i met up with folks i had not seen in years, and we went white water kiyaking. (I wish i could have seen that one instead of being guided.)

Nutmeg oil is awesome but it dries out the mouth and throat in the extreme, kinda' like morning glory seeds, w/o all the sickness the day after.

i can't believe i am talking about this stuff after all these years?


i called it deathwalking
And so may be for those who lose their balance in their walk.
...or trying to reproduce St. Albert's Elixir without appropriate ventilation...


[QUOTE=Timmy;40427]Hexagram 36?
Got it
right?
What if you flip it if you 'wish'.
i once learned how to take whatever type of divination and change readings into as they were desired to turn out,
then 'believe in that' more than the initial reading,
:pop2:&watch it happen.

Flip it and you find Progress #35 (http://www.cfcl.com/ching/P/35.05.shtml) - Fire above the Earth:

The sun rises over the earth: The image of Progress. Thus the superior man himself Brightens his bright virtue.Too much freedom making things up may empty them of their meaning - or reveal that the only meaning there ever was is what you put in.

doesn't that sound about right, now with the significance of twelve and all?...or not?


Re: Libarace LaVey

Yeah, well there are too many other (seemingly more qualified and important) writers waiting for my time. I dount Anton will ever get any of it.

Yeah death has this way of putting everything we are doing on hold for the time being, hunh? He was a parrot anyway, misconsroodling Enochian and prolly had not the sleightest understanding about the concourse of forces through a good game of chess.

I stay away.


(on HGH)

I'll definitely check it out. Thanks.
i did not have the cash for it when i was going through the mfg's testing them or when finally lighting on that EXTREME stuff; but everything else was cut out to get it (after finding out from a relative about how it helped him with swift back recovery from pinched disks.) Going without it for a month was the result of being short the cash back then as well. It has been more than worth all of the xtra suppliments and other things forgone to be able to use it.

(i have a friend who used it after seeing my results, but it must have been either his drinking and/or smoking that caused it to not work out so well for him...and he would not quit either.)

(Re: Steaming Java)

To each his own, of course! I was just passing on personal experience.

i've been checking what you said and found out also that coffee is the reason for the lack of effectiveness of most vitamins, except C. I'm listening and considering seriously bro.


Oh my, Lexinator will be home in ten.

Peace out,

Timmy