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    Default Re: Jordan Maxwell | the Zodiac, Mazzaroth & Astrotheology in the Bible

    The thing that bothers me about Jordan Maxwell is that all of his "play on words" theories relate to the English language. If we try to apply his theories to other languages, especially to the ancient languages that the ancient books he relates to were originally written in, none or little of his theories hold true anymore... just a thought.
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    Default Re: Jordan Maxwell | the Zodiac, Mazzaroth & Astrotheology in the Bible

    Sweet... haven’t heard this one. Thanks for this!


    For those who didn’t know… Jordan Maxwell drops one interview each month on The Richie Allen Show, here are the interviews so far...

    1. Jordan Maxwell On How The Elite Communicate Using Symbolism And The Occult:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItawL1R6vdQ

    2. Epic conversation with Jordan Maxwell On The Amazing Hidden Meanings Of Everyday Words:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnqIew8vs2w

    3. Jordan Maxwell On The Dark Secrets Of Christianity, Islam And Judaism. A Must Listen:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMMD3SaVDEY

    4. Jordan Maxwell On Paris Attacks, Friday 13th, The Knights Templar and More:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAKe1o_MJ90

    5. Jordan Maxwell Christmas Special On The Richie Allen Show:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nH5LXSbfi4o


    Cheers!

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    Default Re: Jordan Maxwell | the Zodiac, Mazzaroth & Astrotheology in the Bible

    Quote Posted by MorningSong (here)
    The thing that bothers me about Jordan Maxwell is that all of his "play on words" theories relate to the English language. If we try to apply his theories to other languages, especially to the ancient languages that the ancient books he relates to were originally written in, none or little of his theories hold true anymore... just a thought.
    Hi MorningSong

    Why do you think that is MorningSong, to have such a wealth and depth of "play on words" and theories that do relate to the English language!
    Where is English derived from?
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    Default Re: Jordan Maxwell | the Zodiac, Mazzaroth & Astrotheology in the Bible

    The total number of languages in the world today is said to be somewhere between 4000 and 6000 (dialects excluded). For instance, in the 1950`s in India there were 1652 languages -twenty years later the number was 107.

    In these three videos Dr. Jackson Crawford talks about languages, runes and then gives an estimation as to when English first showed up in history:

    The Indo-European Languages


    1:05 - 2:30: The Indo-European family of languages is so called because many of the languages of Northern India as well as most of the languages in Europe are all related, they all go back to one common ancestor called Proto-Indo-European (most likely spoken about 3000 – 4000 years ago in the Eastern Europe).

    When you think about it -the idea that most languages of Europe and even as far as Iran and Northern India go back to one ancestral language «only» 5000 - 6000 years ago- it`s actually very surprising and speaks to more than just organic development in some kind of home territory, there is some kind of dramatic story of invasion and subjugation and conquest back there and we don`t have the complete picture of what that story may be.

    But the regular sound correspondences between these languages are to good, to clear, to regular to be the result of coincidence; they must go back to a common ancestor. And we reconstruct that as Proto-Indo-European.


    Where do the runes come from?


    (1:10 - 2:10): It`s not unusual for a culture to have a story about the invention of its writing system as part of its mythology. The Greeks also had a mythological story about the origin of their alphabet. But the Greek alphabet is an adaptation of the alphabet or abjad used for writing old Phoenician.

    Someone who knew the Phoenician alphabet and probably knew the Phoenician language, who was probably a Greek speaker in terms of native language, adapted the Phoenician alphabet somewhere in the 700`s B.C.

    And from the Greek alphabet has come every other alphabet used in the West including the Roman alphabet that is used to write English today.


    How old is English?


    (6:35) It (The Caistor-by-Norwich astralagus) is the oldest thing that I would confidently say is specifically ancestral to English as it is spoken today.

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    As a sidenote, the Old Norse word for "love" (to love) was "unna". While the modern Norwegian word is "elske" (EL-ske ). The word has (in other words) gone through a so called semantic displacement. Because today the Norwegian verb "unne" (from "unna") means "to wish someone well".

    Quote One can only speculate on what kind of mental changes that could have led to this transition (Nesse 2016: 42).

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