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10.02.2021 RECIPROCAL FRACTALS

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MODERNA AND JOHNSON AND JOHNSON
MASTERCARD AND IS ON THE DIGITAL COMPUTER IN YOUR BODY….RESEARCH WEST AFRICA…..PREDICTIVE POLICING….
THE WELLNESS PASS OR VACCINE PASSPORT

MODERNA AND JOHNSON AND JOHNSON
MASTERCARD AND IS ON THE DIGITAL COMPUTER IN YOUR BODY….RESEARCH WEST AFRICA…..PREDICTIVE POLICING….
THE WELLNESS PASS OR VACCINE PASSPORT

Let God’s Enemies Be Scattered!

WATCH THIS VIDEO ON KILLING THE GOD GENE WITH A VIRUS

Let God arise, let his enemies be scattered: let them also that hate him flee before him. And it came to pass, when the ark set forward, that Moses said,

“Rise up, LORD, and let thine enemies be scattered; and let them that hate thee flee before thee. Arise, O LORD, to Your resting place, You and the ark [the symbol] of Your strength.”

SEAN MOON SAYS “U r killing Lady Liberty” comparing that to raping your mom or wife. 🤬 Krazy
HER SON SEAN MOON IS THE FALSE MESSIAH AND SHE IS THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS…HER LATE HUSBAND WAS THE FALSE PROPHET…THE SPIRITUAL WAR OF THE DAUGHTER OF ZION VS THE DAUGHTER OF BABYLON

Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rides upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him.

And He rode upon a cherub (storm) and flew;

And He sped on the wings of the wind.

As the eagle that flies over his nest and broods over his chicks, he spreads his wings and takes them and picks them up on the strength of his wings…those who wait for the LORD [who expect, look for, and hope in Him] Will gain new strength and renew their power.

They will lift up their wings [and rise up close to God] like eagles [rising toward the sun];

They will run and not become weary, They will walk and not grow tired.

Wisdom sings aloud in passages, and in the broad places speaks boldly. She preaches in the chief streets and she speaks her words in the entrances of the city gates.

“How long, O naive ones [you who are easily misled], will you love being simple-minded and undiscerning?

“How long will scoffers [who ridicule and deride] delight in scoffing?”

“How long will fools [who obstinately mock truth] hate knowledge?”

“The kings of the [enemies’] armies flee, they flee, And the beautiful woman who remains at home divides the spoil [left behind].”

“Who can agree to your proposal?”

The share of the one who goes into battle is to be the same as the share of the one who remains with the supplies. They will share equally.

Then David said to his men,

“Every man gird on his sword.”

So every man girded on his sword, and David also girded on his sword. And about four hundred men went with David, and two hundred stayed with the supplies. When you lie down [to rest] among the sheepfolds, You [Israel] are like the wings of a dove [of victory] overlaid with silver, Its feathers glistening with gold [trophies taken from the enemy].

Issachar is a strong donkey, Lying down between two burdens….

“Why do you look with envy, mountains with many peaks?”

“At the mountain [of the city of Zion] which God has desired for His dwelling place?”

Yes, the LORD will dwell there forever. For the LORD has chosen Zion; He has desired it for His dwelling place…

In Salem also is his tabernacle, and his dwelling place in Zion. They have seen Your [solemn] procession, O God, The procession of my God, my King, into the sanctuary [in holiness].

Your God has commanded your strength [your power in His service and your resistance to temptation]; Show Yourself strong, O God, who acted on our behalf.

That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye, being rooted and grounded in love,

be fully capable of comprehending with all the saints (God’s people) the width and length and height and depth of His love [fully experiencing that amazing, endless love]; and [that you may come] to know [practically, through personal experience] the love of Christ which far surpasses [mere] knowledge [without experience], that you may be filled up [throughout your being] to all the fullness of God [so that you may have the richest experience of God’s presence in your lives, completely filled and flooded with God Himself].

I am convinced and confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will [continue to] perfect and complete it until the day of Christ Jesus [the time of His return]. He will also confirm you to the end [keeping you strong and free of any accusation, so that you will be] blameless and beyond reproach in the day [of the return] of our Lord Jesus Christ.

For just like the lightning, when it flashes out of one part of the sky, gives light to the other part of the sky, so [visible] will the Son of Man be in His day. For just as the lightning comes from the east and flashes as far as the west, so will be the coming [in glory] of the Son of Man [everyone will see Him clearly].

I, the LORD, promise to send the prophet Elijah before that great and terrible day comes.

“For behold, the day is coming, burning like a furnace, and all the arrogant (proud, self-righteous, haughty), and every evildoer shall be stubble; and the day that is coming shall set them on fire,” says the LORD of hosts, “so that it will leave them neither root nor branch.

We write you nothing other than what you read and understand [there is no double meaning in what we say]. And I hope you will [accurately] understand [divine things] until the end; just as you have [already] partially understood us, [and one day will recognize] that you can be proud of us just as we are of you, in the day of our Lord Jesus.

I do not want you, believers, to be unaware of this mystery [God’s previously hidden plan]—so that you will not be wise in your own opinion—that a partial hardening has [temporarily] happened to Israel [to last] until the full number of the Gentiles has come in; and so [at that time] all Israel [that is, all Jews who have a personal faith in Jesus as Messiah] will be saved; just as it is written [in Scripture], “THE DELIVERER (Messiah) WILL COME FROM ZION, HE WILL REMOVE UNGODLINESS FROM JACOB.”

Sing to God, O kingdoms of the earth, Sing praises to the Lord! Selah. To Him who rides in the highest heavens, the ancient heavens, Behold, He sends out His voice, a mighty and majestic voice.

Ascribe ye strength unto God: his excellency is over Israel, and his strength is in the clouds. You are awesome, oh God, from your holy place! The God of Israel will give power and strength to his people. Blessed is God!

And Jacob was exceedingly fearful, and he said,

“How sacred is this place today!”

“This is none other but the house of God, and this is the gate of heaven.”

Jael in Biblical Hebrew

יעל

Meaning

Mountain Goat, He Who Gets Somewhere Because He’s Good At Something Useful

Etymology

From the verb יעל (ya’al), to profit or be of practical use.

The verb יעל (ya’al) means to profit, benefit or be of any (or much) practical use. Curiously, nouns יעל (ya’al) and יעלה (ya’ala) describe the male and female mountain goat respectively. Some scholars insist that these nouns derive from a whole other but unused verb, namely one meaning to ascend. Others propose that physical ascension requires finding literal footing, whereas figurative ascension (in prosperity and cultural diversity) is fundamentally based on the mastery of practical and useful skills. That would make the mountain goat literally a “benefiter of practical skill.”

Note that although the character Jael is feminine, the name Jael is the same as the masculine word for mountain goat, whereas the feminine version of it, Jaalah, belongs to a male character.

יעל I

The verb יעל (ya’al I) means to profit, gain, benefit. Throughout the Old Testament this verb appears frequently to indicate the worthlessness of idols (and wealth, and earthly powers); they are of no profit (Isaiah 44:9-17, Habakkuk 2:18, Jeremiah 2:8).

In Isaiah 48:17 occurs the only positive use, ‘Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: I am the Lord your God, who teaches you to profit, who leads you in the way you should go . . . ‘

יעל II

The root יעל (ya’al II) isn’t used in the Bible, but in Arabic it means to ascend. In the Bible two derivatives are used:

• The masculine noun יעל (ya’al), meaning mountain goat (Psalm 104:18, 1 Samuel 24:3 and Job 39:1 only).

• The feminine equivalent יעלה (ya’ala), meaning female mountain goat. This word occurs only in Proverbs 5:19.

meaning to gain and profit at the mountain goat through the concept of ascension

Jaala(h) in Biblical Hebrew

יעלא

יעלה

Meaning

Mountain Goat, She Who Gets Somewhere Because She’s Good At Something Useful

Etymology

From the verb יעל (ya’al), to profit or be of practical use.

Related names

• Via יעל (ya’al): Jael

The names Jaala and Jaalah are different, but not so different that they should be regarded as two completely different names. In this case, the letters he and aleph are both vowels and sound alike. Hence these two letters, when they represent vowels, have the tendency to swap, without altering the meaning of the word. Something similar happens with the name Ezra / Ezrah.

The name יעלא (Jaala) occurs in the Book of Nehemiah, where it is assigned to a family-head of temple servants, who descended from the temple servants of Solomon’s time (Nehemiah 7:8). The same list of names occurs in Ezra’s account, but now this man is called יעלה (Jaalah — Ezra 2:56).

Note that the name Jaala is a feminine word applied to a masculine character, while the related name Jael is a masculine noun applied a feminine character.

יעל

The verb יעל (ya’al) means to profit, benefit or be of any (or much) practical use. Curiously, nouns יעל (ya’al) and יעלה (ya’ala) describe the male and female mountain goat respectively. Some scholars insist that these nouns derive from a whole other but unused verb, namely one meaning to ascend. Others propose that physical ascension requires finding literal footing, whereas figurative ascension (in prosperity and cultural diversity) is fundamentally based on the mastery of practical and useful skills. That would make the mountain goat literally a “benefiter of practical skill.”

For a meaning of the name Jaala NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads Wild She-Goat. Jones’ Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names suggests Ibex or Mountain Goat.

It’s curious that the only male who was named after this root, carries the female version of it, while the only female (Jael) has the masculine version. Still, many masculine names are feminine nouns and vice versa.

יעל I

The verb יעל (ya’al I) means to profit, gain, benefit. Throughout the Old Testament this verb appears frequently to indicate the worthlessness of idols (and wealth, and earthly powers); they are of no profit (Isaiah 44:9-17, Habakkuk 2:18, Jeremiah 2:8).

In Isaiah 48:17 occurs the only positive use, ‘Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: I am the Lord your God, who teaches you to profit, who leads you in the way you should go . . . ‘

יעל II

The root יעל (ya’al II) isn’t used in the Bible, but in Arabic it means to ascend. In the Bible two derivatives are used:

• The masculine noun יעל (ya’al), meaning mountain goat (Psalm 104:18, 1 Samuel 24:3 and Job 39:1 only).

• The feminine equivalent יעלה (ya’ala), meaning female mountain goat. This word occurs only in Proverbs 5:19.

Salem in Biblical Hebrew

שלם

Meaning

Peace, Perfect

Etymology

From the verb שלם (shalem), to be or make whole or complete.

Related names

• Via שלם (shalem): Abishalom, Absalom, Bishlam, Islam, Jerusalem, Meshelemiah, Meshillemith, Meshillemoth, Meshullam, Meshullemeth, Muslim, Salome, Shallum, Shallun, Shalmai, Shalmaneser, Shelemiah, Shelomi, Shelomith, Shelumiel, Shulammite, Solomon, YHWH-shalom

Salem is the place where Melchizedek housed (Genesis 14:18). After the war of Four against Five Kings, Abraham’s nephew Lot is abducted and Abraham sets out with a small army to rescue him. When they do, they loot the abductors while they’re at it, and bring back the spoils. This evokes gratitude among the locals, among whom king Melchizedek of Salem.

Melchizedek achieves legendary status in the Bible, also because the town called Salem is renamed at some point, and becomes known as Jerusalem. According to Psalm 76:2 God’s tabernacle is in Salem.

The name Salem appears twice but in only one passage in the Greek New Testament, and this in conjunction with Melchizedek (spelled Σαλημ; HEBREWS 7:1 and 7:2).

The verb שלם (shalem) means to be or make whole or complete, and is also used to describe a righteous recompense or proper restitution (whether positive or not). The familiar noun שלום (shalom) means wholeness, completeness or peace.

Other derivatives are: noun שלם (shelem), peace offering; verb שלם (shalam), to be in a covenant of peace; adjective שלם (shalem), perfect, whole, complete, safe; noun שלם (shillem), recompense; nouns שלמן (shalmon), שלום (shillum), שלם (shillum) and שלמה (shilluma), reward or proper recompense.

Most translators interpret the name Salem with Peace or At Peace (NOBSE Study Bible Name List, Jones’ Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names) but more accurate is Perfect or Complete.

שלם

The general meaning of the graceful verb שלם (shalem) is that of wholeness, completeness or “unbrokenness” (and see for the opposite the verb רעע, ra’a). Our verb is used to characterize the uncut stones of the altar (Deuteronomy 27:6) and the temple (1 Kings 6:7). It tells of a “full” or perhaps “righteous” wage (Ruth 2:12), and the entirety of a population (Amos 1:6). It also tells of “full” and just weights, which are God’s delight (Deuteronomy 25:15 and Proverbs 11:1), and of “whole” hearts devoted to the Lord (1 Kings 8:61). This verb may even denote the completeness of sin (Genesis 15:16), and in some rare cases it may denote friendship (Jeremiah 20:10, Psalm 41:10).

In the Hebrew language it’s quite simple to indicate not only a condition (like shalem), but also the means to get there (to “shalemize”). The usage of this “shalemize” form in Scriptures is quite revealing. Wholeness is achieved or restored most often by some kind of restitutory payment or covenant: God pays a man according to his work (Job 34:11), but the wicked borrows and does not pay back (Psalm 37:21). The owner of an accidentally killed ox is paid restitution (Exodus 21:36); oil is sold to pay off a debt (2 Kings 4:7); and the Gibeonites swindle Joshua into making a covenant with them (Joshua 10:1). Likewise, shalem is used when vows are to be paid to the Most High, or when days of mourning are to be completed (Isaiah 60:20), and ties in directly to the Messiah and his salvific work (Joel 2:25).

The derivatives of this verb are:

• The famous masculine noun שלום (shalom), meaning peace (Isaiah 32:17). Peace in the Bible doesn’t just indicate a warless state, but rather a state of completeness and harmony or rather un-dividedness. It also covers completeness (Jeremiah 13:19), prosperity (Genesis 43:27), health and safety (Psalm 38:4).

• The masculine noun שלם (shelem) peace offering or a sacrifice for alliance or friendship (Amos 5:22, Exodus 24:5).

• The denominative verb שלם (shalam), meaning to be in a covenant of peace (Job 22:21, Isaiah 42:19).

• The adjective שלם (shalem), meaning perfect, whole, complete, safe (Genesis 15:16, 33:18, 34:21).

• The masculine noun שלם (shillem), meaning recompense (occurs only in Deuteronomy 32:35).

• The masculine noun שלמן (shalmon), meaning bribe or reward. This noun only occurs in plural and only in Isaiah 1:23.

• The masculine noun שלום (shillum) also spelled שלם (shillum), meaning recompense or reward (Isaiah 34:8, Micah 7:3).

• The feminine noun שלמה (shilluma), meaning reward (Psalm 91:8 only).

Peace and how to make it

Some of the nouns derived from this verb may be construed to literally mean “peace-maker,” but that requires some additional considerations. Peace — defined as the absence of conflict or discord — may be achieved in several ways:

• By suppressing certain elements of society, particularly those elements that cause trouble to the ruling elite. That’s not what this root means.

• By suppressing certain elements in people’s personal mentality, convictions or behavior. That’s also not what this root means.

• By achieving such a level of understanding of irreconcilable elements that these can be understood and joined in, as well as given the opportunity to derive their identity from, a unified theory or system of definition. This process requires no censoring and demonstrates all elements to be most intimately related to the identity of the whole. The key-word of this process is relationship. That’s what this root means.

In Hebrew, peace-making means whole-making, and not warm-fuzzy-deny-your-concerns-and-stop-being-difficult-making. Hebrew peace-making requires the effortful acquisition of intimate knowledge of one’s opponent, and since in Hebrew love-making is pretty much the same as knowing someone (the verb ידע, yada’, means both to know and to have sex; it’s this verb that’s used in Genesis 4:1 to explain how Adam and Eve came up with Cain), the command to “love your enemy” (MATTHEW 5:44) has not a lick to do with placidly suffering abuse and trying to conjure up lofty feelings for the brute who’s mistreating you, and everything with studying your enemy until you know enough about him to either appreciate his motives (and behave in such a compatible way that he stops assaulting you) or else blow him out of the water by being superior.

When Jesus says, “blessed are the peace-makers” (MATTHEW 5:9), he does not refer to those people who insist we should all assume a state of blissful indifference, but rather those people who grab the bull by the horns and stare deep into his eyes and pick his brain with an axe. Making peace starts with making a relationship with your enemy, and it results in getting to know your enemy (which in turn makes the chance excellent that at some point your enemy will stop being your enemy).

Mugs and donuts

Biblical peace-making is very rare in our world — critics have noted with some dismay that hallowed tools like social media make the rampant polarization of humanity only worse, and most modern religions, well, are so obsessed with their own image that they suck eggs at making peace — but in the ever-helpful field of mathematics exists a discipline called topology, which studies the kinship of spatial forms. It appears that you can make a donut into a coffee mug by just stretching and twisting it a bit, but without doing any ripping or gluing (because both the donut and the mug have only one hole: the center hole of the donut becomes the hole of the ear of the mug).

And that means that if you want to know if two forms are related and might, by some process, be turned into each other without essentially changing, all you have to do is count the holes (or in nerd-speak: to determine the geometric genus). Biblical peace-making does exactly that: it counts the holes (it determines the theometric genus) and shows if and how one theory or modus operandi can be turned into another, previously held incompatible version (like say, the mug of Islam into the donut of Christianity).

Evolutionists utilize a similar kinship-finding technique and call it homology — the disciple that demonstrates the structural correlation between body parts, such as a human hand (mug) and a whale’s flipper (donut).

More is less and less is more

Physicists too are insatiable shalemists. Electricity and magnetism were once held to be two completely unrelated forces, until Maxwell came along and showed that they are just two sides of the same coin: since Maxwell, electricity (mug) and magnetism (donut) live happily ever after in a theory that describes the unified force of Electromagnetism. A while later, people figured out another elementary force by which the universe works, and which became known as the Weak Nuclear Force. Some intricate peace-making ensued, and the Weak Nuclear Force was shown to be one side of a coin of which Electromagnetism was the other side, namely the unified Electroweak Force.

The Electroweak Force was examined in relation to a third fundamental force, named the Strong Nuclear Force, and sure enough, they could be combined into the Strong-Electroweak Force. The fourth fundamental force of the universe is Gravity, and although many of science’s best and brightest have tried to marry Gravity and the Strong-Electroweak Force into the Grand Unified Theory (properly abbreviated as Guth, which is really science’s monotheistic deity, see our peace-making article on Islam that duly peeves all the right people). For a fun-filled introduction to the four forces of nature, read our article on the Standard Model of Elementary Particles.

But all these complications aside, a sure sign that a wisdom seeker is on the right track is that his theory is getting smaller and smaller whilst describing more and more. And adversely, if one’s total library of theory gets bigger and bigger whilst covering less and less (due to doubt-casting commentaries on previous theories), one has surely missed an essential point and might as well take up roulette. Knowledge describes the notes; wisdom describes the symphony.

The verb שלם (shalem) denotes a unification that preserves the identity and qualities of the unified elements.