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July 1, 2011 / adgerellis

ALLEGORY FOR A CLUELESS PSYCHOTIC VAMPIRE: PART 2

SINISTER SICK PSYCHOTIC CONTROL: No happy music. No laughter.

 I met a man who wasn’t there

He wasn’t there again today

I wish, I wish he’d go away…

“ULTIMATE DECEIT: The Human Race”,   authored by    Ezzrath  Baht   Shem http://www.facebook.com/people/Ezzrath-Baht-Shem/1182190478

Ideas, makes the world go round.  Research & Development.  Novelty and  radically new ideas,    maybe not true in an existential way,  but true enough as an operational  assumption ,  panspermia  and bioengineering… hyperlink    – http://www.abebooks.com/Ultimate-Deceit-Human-Race-Ezzrath-Theory/3265042631/bd  

 

                                                                                                    

                                                                                              

There is no letter”J” in the ancient  Greek alphabet. The personal name “Jesus” would be spelt like this, “Iesous.” Naturally,  that is a transliteration, as the Greek alphabet uses different symbols to represent  its  letters. Now, seehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_(name)#Etymology_and_originse Wikipedia reference on this link.

“In Greek, the god’s name is Ζεύς Zeús /zdeús/ or /dzeús/ (Modern Greek /’zefs/) in the nominative case and Διός Diós in the genitive case. The earliest forms of the name are the Mycenaean Greek di-we and di-wo, written in Linear b syllabic script.[7] With the apparent interchangeability of “z” and “d”, Zeus can also be Deus.”

Now, understand the above. “With the apparent interchangeability of ‘Z’ and ‘D’, Zeus can also be Deus. Ha! Ha!

Now, now, follow along.

“In Greek, the god’s name is Ζεύς Zeús /zdeús/ or /dzeús/ (Modern Greek /’zefs/) in the nominative case and Διός Diós in the genitive case. The earliest forms of the name are the Mycenaean Greek di-we and di-wo, written in Linear b syllabic script.[7] With the apparent interchangeability of “z” and “d”, Zeus can also be Deus.

Zeus, poetically referred to by the vocative Zeu pater (“O, father Zeus”), is a continuation of *Di̯ēus, the Proto-Indo-European god of the daytime sky, also called *Dyeus ph2tēr (“Sky Father”).[8] The god is known under this name in Sanskrit (cf. Dyaus/Dyaus Pita), Latin (cf. Jupiter, from Iuppiter, deriving from the PIE vocative *dyeu-ph2tēr[9]), deriving from the basic form *dyeu– (“to shine”, and in its many derivatives, “sky, heaven, god”).[8] And in Germanic and Norse mythology (cf. *Tīwaz > OHG Ziu, ON Týr), together with Latin deus, dīvus and Dis (a variation of dīves[10]), from the related noun *deiwos.[10] To the Greeks and Romans, the god of the sky was also the supreme god, whereas this function was filled out by Odin among the Germanic tribes. Accordingly, they did not identify Zeus/Jupiter with either Tyr or Odin, but with Thor (Þórr). Zeus is the only deity in the Olympic pantheon whose name has such a transparent Indo-European etymology.”W  We humans make the gods in our own image, except for  the “Sky-Deity.” Our “papa” the patriach,  “All-Father,”  grandpa…

What is wrong with some people today? No music in their “soul?”   No laughter in a joyful  spirit?         The “Old   Alien  Sky Being”  might be watching to record in   “The Book Of Life”   if  you have been naughty or nice. “You better watch out. You better not cry…”

Ha! Ha! “For-God’s-Sake!”

                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                       

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