Biblical Borrowings

Part 3 of 4 Edenics Introductory Videos

Borrowed Words from Biblical Hebrew


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Slide #17
In Edenics three-consonant letter roots are important for grammar, especially to convey the tense. For the essential sound and sense, we observe the inner sub-root of only two-consonant letters. Because Edenics was intelligently designed, reversing that two-letter sub-root reveals profound words of related or opposite meaning. As we shall soon see on the right of the screen. To the left we see English words that mean the same, even though the LT is reversed to TL, the CV to VC, the FL to LG and so on. Yes, the Germanic origins of English were rearranged quite a bit since The Tower of Babel. But, as you can see, some traces of a scientific, modular, even reversible origin still remain. These are possible because English has many sources. The FOLIO and PHILO (as in PHILOSOPHY, love of wisdom) are from Greek, while LEAF and LOVE are Germanic. The same Tahf-Lamed in TEL-Aviv, means a raised mound, a TeL, something TALL. In this case it is the Latin ALTO that seems to have flipped the Edenic letters backwards, or seems to be reading them in a different order. Edenic displays this kind of marvelous order ALL the time. The language of Eden has only One source, and it is the source of English and everything else. To the right side of the slide we see the sub-root Het-Lamed, like H-L. There is no word with just Het-Lamed that means "HEALTH." But this is the meaning, the theme of the Edenic Het-Lamed subroot. [K]HeeLooTS means strengthening or health, and is the source of HEALTH. Het-Yod- Lamed, [K]HaYiL means valor. A [K]HaYaL is thus a vigorous soldier. The built-in Het-Lamed opposites include the similar [K]HeeYL, trembling in sickness or pain. Het-Lamed-Shin, [K]HaLaSH means weak. The same two letters, Het-Lamed in this case, form a molecule of meaning. It can mean positive or negative heath, like electrons that are positively or negatively charged. Positive HEALTH words common to English include HALE and HEALTHY. Our greeting "HELLO" means, be HALE, good HEALTH to you. HAIL, like German heil, is also a greeting, but it means "praise" --- from Edenic HaLeL (to praise). Versaltile pronunciation allows the Edenic letters to provide the wide world’s vocabulary. The Het can be silent like a vowel or be a harsh guttural in the throat. This why our negatively charged HEALTh words vary from ILL and AILING to CHOLERA or MELANCHOLY. Water is hydrogen and oxygen, Conventionally, we call it H20 A chemistry teacher will be upset if you call it OH2 , even though this is just as wet. There are health words that come from Het-Lamed reversed, but not in English. This basic introduction to Edenics concentrates on English. See the other books and CDs to see what happens in exotic languages.
Slide #18
Maybe you are delighted, even inspired to discover that language comes from a Creator, and not accidentally evolved from chattering chimps. Most language professors and dictionary scholars are NOT happy. Nobody likes to be wrong. The Edenics deniers try to say that our 23,000 bits of evidence (so far) are a bunch of "BORROWINGS." Take a moment to read what the prestigious Oxford English dictionary says about the word BABBLE (incomprehensible speech). They are clearly upset that the Bible’s BABEL is the likely source. Even as a mere borrowing, this upsets them. If the Tower of Babel were a Greek or Celtic fable, they would embrace it as the logical source. They also say a word like LAD is "of unknown origin." American Noah Webster knew that YeLeD meant a lad, a boy, in all Semitic languages. But the atheist authorities laughed at him for suggesting that a Western word can come from words found in the Bible. Scientific truth was not the issue, the issue was European cultural purity and devotion to Darwinism.
Slide #19
Of course, there are a couple dozen words that are right from the Hebrew Bible, that obviously have been BORROWED. No amount of Bible-hatred can deny that CHERUB or HALELUJAH are Hebrew words learned by English Bible readers. The words with the asterisk beside them on this slide are acknowledged to be borrowings. Sure, AMEN was borrowed , but the very next word in the dictionary, AMENABLE is given a weird source. But just as AMEN means "I believe," AMENABLE is that which is believable and acceptable… from the same Edenic Aleph-Mem-Noon SHoReSH or source. JUBILEE? Well, of course that was borrowed from the Hebrew Bible. But the JUBILANT people who would JUBILATE with a loud celebration at the JUBILEE? --- No, these words are from a back-formation of a Latin and Greek stem combination…or some such linguistic gobbledygook they hope you’ll swallow.
Slide #20
Among unrecognized borrowings from the Hebrew Bible are these giant mistakes. The two most famous Biblical giants are Og king of Bashan, who attacked the Israelites, and Goliath who later fought David. The Ayin of Ayin-Gimel Og, can either be a vowel, which gave us the Ogre, and his lovely wife the ogress, or the Ayin can be a guttural GH – as in the Greek giant, gigos, and the English GIGANTIC, which got pared down to GIANT. Goliath is the English rendition of the Hebrew Bible’s GoLioS. As heard in Greek Kamelos (camel) from Edenic Gamal, ther Greeks often turn a Gimel into the harsher guttural or throat letter, K. Their Goliath would be Kolios. Now you know where COLLOSUS is from, and COLOSSAL and COLOSEUM. European scholars made colossal mistakes by assuming that their pristine culture and language owes nothing to the Hebrew Bible.
Slide #21
Edenics is not about making dictionaries add a few missed borrowings. Every human word is coined with the language program factory-installed at Eden. In fact, on the screen is the claim in Genesis that many generic animal names came from our mutual ancestor, Adam. Naturally, he spoke Edenic. We all still think in Edenic. Animal names are an ideal focus for this brief introduction to Edenics. The skeptics will argue that Edenics plays tennis with the net down, since the letters can shift so much. But the odds are millions to one that linkable words in unrelated languages can mean something as specific as an animal name.
Slide #22
Why does BUZZARD mean what it is? Nobody knew. Look at this slide, and the many relevant Bet-Zayin, B-Z words. The BUZZARD, like the vulture, is no courageous killer, like a hawk or Eagle. The BUZZARD descends on the dead and lives as a grave robber, on the loot or plunder found on the battlefield. Bet-Zayin is a wonderfully economic way to say "creature who consumes roadkill."
Slide #23
Why does GIRAFFE mean what it is? The dictionaries will make your head spin with silly theories. To Adam this animal looked like a walking neck. Edenic Ayin-Resh-Phey may be pronounced GHoReF. This means the back of the neck or SCRUFF. Drop the extra S in SCRUFF or SCARF for two more neck words. The C.R.V. in CRAVAT (a necktie) doesn’t have that bogus "S", which may have come from the common Old French prefix -- "ES."
Slide #24
Now to the front of the neck, the throat. Do you notice how the CRANE, EGRET and HERON are all long-throated birds with a hard guttural (throat letter), then an R, and often with the same N at the end as heard in throaty words like GROAN and CROON? Elementary, my dear Webster: the Edenic throat is GaROAN. Now you know why the lock-necked Polish stork is a GERANjum, All people still think in Edenic. It’s the only language program Modern Man was given. Babel—Babble affects the output stage. There are many more ways to think Gimel-Resh-Noon (GaRoaN/ throat), but to come out with something that looks or sounds different.

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