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November 1, 2015 / adgerellis

DEAD DAYS: NOT SCARY or Sanguinary. Ha ! Ha !

“Day of the Dead (Spanish: Día de Muertos) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular the Central and South regions, and acknowledged around the world in other cultures. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey. In 2008 the tradition was inscribed in the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.[1]   <- Javier Perez de Cuellar, the former Secretary General of the United Nations experienced “DEAD DAYS” in person, right in the big busy metropolitan city, – NEW YORK CITY ! Laugh-Out-Loud, as funny as a queen’s fart  ! ! !  “”In November 2005, Hanson demonstrated an expressive walking humanoid, a portrait of Albert Einstein, in collaboration with the KAIST Hubo group of Korea. KAIST built the walking body, and Hanson built the head using elastic polymer called Frubber [WIRED, 2006]…See link “” All singing, all talking and all walking in a false invasion of Aliens from outer-space ! The little grays/greys, the lizard people and the praying matins all putting on a “joy-good” show for the militaries and public. Now, with mass media stooges drooling knuckle dragging along; sing some old war song. What a show ! What great cinema ! What astonishing theatre ! Aren’t you scarred yet ? —>SEE link       <- Hanson has also designed and built a series of Conversational Character Robots. These have heads incorporating Frubber, with varying levels of facial mobility and expressiveness, and are capable of responding to human speech. Projects include Joey Chaos, Jules (created for University of West England in Bristol, UK) and Alice (created for MIRALab in Geneva, Switzerland). He developed BINA48 for Martine Rothblatt‘s Terasem Movement, which he unveiled in 2010. …”” fatwā (Arabic: فتوى‎; plural fatāwā Arabic: فتاوى‎) in the Islamic faith is the term for the legal opinion or learned interpretation that the Sheikhul Islam, a qualified jurist or mufti, can give on issues pertaining to the Islamic law.[1] The person who issues a fatwā is called, in that respect, a Mufti, i.e. an issuer of fatwā, from the verb أَفْتَى ‘aftā = “he gave a formal legal opinion on”. This is not necessarily a formal position since most Muslims argue that anyone trained in Islamic law may give an opinion (fatwā) on its teachings. If a fatwā does not break new ground, then it is simply called a ruling.[2]

“FATWA” issued by a Calipf, that does NOT exists. “”A caliphate (Arabic: خِلافة‎ khilāfa) is a form of Islamic government led by a caliph (Arabic: خَليفة‎ khalīfah pronunciation (help. · info))—a person considered a political and religious successor to the Islamic prophet, Muhammad (Muḥammad ibn ʿAbdullāh), and a leader of the entire Muslim community. Caliphate – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ISIS, or ISIL could not operate an out-house let alone a caliphate by modern contemporary technical standards. That is a real appraisal, NOT a slander or hurtful mean wild accusation. Do you think ISIS, or ISIL knows anything about water hydraulics and sewage disposal, and they are wanting to operate a contemporary Caliphate ? Will this ISIS, or ISIL Caliphate have pluming and hot water ? Electricity and architecture needs engineers and building contractors that know mathematics, or does ISIS, or ISIL want to pay infidels ( = الكفار ) to run their Caliphate ?  Caliphate needs accountants to tax the infidels, buying and selling and with no arithmetic how is commerce supposed to be done ? ISIS, or ISIL makes nothing, but only kills and destroys. ISIS, or ISIL are against mathematics, they are against logic, analytics and deep study of the Holy Books, in short NO “”Mahdi – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  –… How please, will ISIS, or ISIL run a modern scientific society with a Caliphate that has no literacy reading technological books and journals, with no professional women in hospitals or schools and libraries  ? With no arithmetic or manufacturing, with only the hope a Mahdi or Caliph that will probably cut their heads off for ISIS, or ISIL being  الزنديق  = almuhrataq… In Islamic eschatology, the Mahdi (Arabic: مهدي ,(or Imam Mahdi) ISO 233: … the Mahdi against the Masih ad-Dajjal (literally, the “false Messiah” or Antichrist).  Muhammad al-Mahdi – ‎Mahdiism – ‎Muhammad Jaunpuri – ‎Mahdi 

كيف فضلك، سوف ISIS، أو ISIL تشغيل المجتمع العلمي الحديث مع الخلافة التي لا يوجد لديه الإلمام بالقراءة والكتابة

(disambiguation) الزنديق  وقراءة الكتب التقنية والمجلات، مع عدم وجود المهنيات في المستشفيات أو المدارس والمكتبات، مع عدم وجود الحساب أو التصنيع، مع فقط على أمل مهدي أو الخليفة الذي من المحتمل أن قطع رؤوسهم قبالة لISIS، أو ISIL يجري الزنديق = almuhrataq المهرطق المهرط-> <<<-

 The holiday is sometimes called Día de los Muertos[2][3] in Anglophone countries, a back-translation of its original name, Día de Muertos. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico where the day is a public holiday. Prior to Spanish colonization in the 16th century, the celebration took place at the beginning of summer. It was moved to October 31, November 1 and November 2 to coincide with the Western Christian triduum of Allhallowtide: All Saints’ Eve, All Saints’ Day, and All Souls’ Day.[4][5] Traditions connected with the holiday include building private altars called ofrendas, honoring the deceased using sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the departed, and visiting graves with these as gifts. Visitors also leave possessions of the deceased at the graves.  Jewish Biblical literature also has some thing very interesting about “DEATH.”  “”The Book of Tobit is listed in the canon of the Councils of Hippo (393 AD), Carthage (397 AD), and Florence (1442), and is part of the canon of both the Roman Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox Churches, although Roman Catholics often refer to it as deuterocanonical.[2]

Article VI of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England lists it as a book of the “Apocrypha“.[3] Protestants regard Tobit as apocryphal because it was not included in the Tanakh nor considered canonical by Judaism. Before the 1952 discovery of Aramaic and Hebrew fragments of Tobit among the Dead Sea Scrolls in Cave IV at Qumran, scholars believed Tobit was not included in the Jewish canon because of late authorship, estimated to be 100 AD.[2][4] Yet the Qumran fragments, which date from 100 BC to 25 AD, agree with the Greek text existing in three different recensions and evidence a much earlier origin than previously thought.[2] These fragments evidence authorship no later than 2nd Century BC and at least contemporary to the date modern scholars ascribe to the final compilation of the Book of Daniel, which did attain canonical status.[5]…However, it could be hypothesized that some ancient Jewish rabbinic scholars may have considered Tobit to be historical. Midrash Bereishit Rabbah, an aggadic commentary on the Book of Genesis compiled circa 400–600 AD, includes a truncated Aramaic version of Tobit.[6] Tobit was also considered part of the Septuagint (the Greek translation/interpretation of the Hebrew bible).[2] In more contemporary times, a number of Jews in Israel sought to reclaim Tobit as part of the canon.[7]   —>Summary

“”This book tells the story of Tobit, a righteous Israelite of the Tribe of Naphtali living in Nineveh after under Sargon II deported the northern tribes of Israel to Assyria in 721 BC. (The first two and a half chapters are written in first person.) Tobit’s paternal grandmother Deborah raises him. He remains loyal to the worship of God at the temple in Jerusalem, refusing the cult of the golden calves Jeroboam, king of Northern Israel, set at Dan. He is particularly noted for his diligence in attempting to provide proper burials for fallen Israelites whom Sennacherib has slain, for which the king seizes his property and exiles him. After Sennacherib’s death, Tobit is allowed to return to Nineveh and buries a man who has been murdered on the street. That night, he sleeps in the open and is blinded by bird droppings that falls in his eyes. That strains his marriage, and ultimately, he prays for death.[8] Meanwhile, in faraway Media, a young woman named Sarah has prayed for death in despair. The demon of lust, Asmodeus, “the worst of demons”, abducts and kills every man she marries on their wedding night before the marriage can be consummated. God sends the angel Raphael, disguised as a human, to heal Tobit and to free Sarah from the demon.””[8]   …DEE link

BACKGROUND ALL, for a deeper understanding of a religious celebration of “DEATH.””Scholars trace the origins of the modern Mexican holiday to indigenous observances dating back hundreds of years and to an Aztec festival dedicated to the goddess Mictecacihuatl. The holiday has spread throughout the world, being absorbed within other deep traditions for honoring the dead. It happens to be a holiday that has become a national symbol and as such is taught (for educational purposes) in the nation’s schools, but there are families who are more inclined to celebrate a traditional “All Saints Day” associated with the Catholic Church.”…SEE link

False indication and warning,  ( see Wikipedia =) Javier Perez de Cuellar, the former Secretary General of the United Nations experienced “DEAD DAYS” in person, right in the big busy metropolitan city, – NEW YORK CITY ! A hoax, a charade by a rogue group of crazy criminals that must be caught and prosecuted as, and this is a poor excuse at gallows humor, even Her Highness maybe be abducted right from her throne in the “Privy Chamber.”

Seven Sisters is the common name for the Pleiades, a star cluster named for mythological characters.

  • Pleiades (Greek mythology), seven sisters who are companions of Artemis in Greek mythology
  • Pleiades in folklore and literature, traditional and mythological interpretations of the star cluster
  • The Hesperides of Greek
  • life, a title of the Egyptian goddess Isis Mistress of the west, the Egyptian goddess Hathor Mistress of the temple,the Egyptian Goddess of the underworld
  • globe in the middle place” similar to the crown of the ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor, but with the horns having a shape more like half-crescents, and
  • Black Anny’s Bower Close
  • “”It is thought that the earliest written reference to Black Annis was from the eighteenth century, from which a title deed referred to a parcel of land as “Black Anny’s Bower Close”.[3]The Black Annis figure has several possible origins. Some have claimed, as Lethbridge did, that the origin can be found in Celtic mythology, based on Danu (or Anu),[2] or it may derive from Germanic mythology (see Hel).[4] Donald A. McKenzie in his 1917 book Myths of Crete and Pre-Hellenic Europe suggested the origin of the legend may go back to the mother-goddess of ancient Europe, which he contends was thought of as a devourer of children.[3] and he identified Black Annis as being similar to the Indic Kali, Gaelic Muilearteach and Cailleach Bheare,[5] the Greek Demeter, the Mesopotamian Labartu, the Egyptian IsisHathor and Neith.[3] It has been suggested that the legend may derive from a popular memory of sacrifice to an ancient goddess.[6] It is thought that offerings of children may have been made to the goddess that inspired the legend in the archaeological Hunting Period, the oak tree at the cave’s entrance also a common site of local meetings.[3] Annis was also represented in cat form and the legend led to a local ritual in early spring, when a dead cat would be dragged before a pack of hounds in front of her bower, to celebrate the end of winter.[5]…”” SEE link

  • which served a housing for God in Israelite belief. Compare the Egyptian goddess Hathor whose name means ‘House of Horus’. James Teixidor, The Pagan God…
  • from Egyptians begin appearing from the second to the 6th Egyptian dynasties. Two of these inscriptions equate Ba‘alat Gebal with the Egyptian goddess
  • sacred to her. The ancient Greeks identified her with the Ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor. Aphrodite had many other names, such as Acidalia, Cytherea, and
    see Hathor (disambiguation). Hathor (/ˈhæθɔr/ or /ˈhæθər/; Egyptian: ḥwt-ḥr; in Greek: Ἅθωρ, meaning “mansion of Horus”) is an Ancient Egyptian goddess
    Nabta Playa (category Archaeological sites in Egypt)
    indicated in Nabta Playa marks an early evolution of Ancient Egypt‘s Hathor cult. For example, Hathor was worshipped as a nighttime protector in desert regions
    mountain in the Sinai called Serabit el-Khadim and its temple to the Egyptian goddess Hathor (ḥwt-ḥr). The mountain contained turquoise mines which were visited
    Asherah (section In Egypt)
    In Egypt, beginning in the 18th dynasty, a Semitic goddess named Qudshu (‘Holiness’) begins to appear prominently, equated with the native Egyptian goddess
    brought them out of Egypt; he hath as it were the strength of an unicorn.”—Numbers 23:22 “God brought him forth out of Egypt; he hath as it were the strength

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