Mycenaean Hebrew

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Re: Mycenaean Hebrew

Post by Ethan » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:46 pm

1 Chronicles 29:11
Thine, O LORD, is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty
לך יהוה הגדלה והגבורה והתפארת והנצח וההוד
σοί κύριε ἡ μεγαλωσύνη καὶ ἡ δύναμις καὶ τὸ καύχημα καὶ ἡ νίκη καὶ ἡ ἰσχύς (LXX)

יהוה διά ὑῆς

ה גדלה : ἡ μεγάλῃ
ה גבורה : ἡ κύρη
ה תפארת : ἡ ἔπαρσις
ה נצח : ἡ νίκη
ה הוד : ἡ αἰδώς
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Re: Mycenaean Hebrew

Post by Ethan » Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:06 am

Dismemberment : Crushing Grapes
Rejoining : Juice in a single container
Resurrection : Wine

This is a very simple explanation for the various mythologies surrounding resurrection of various deities primarily associated
with wines and grapes and the language that surrounds is key.

The 'container' in Hebrew is called יקב that is commonly translated into ληνοῦ, these words are phonetically far-apart
but are cognates. ληνοῦ' means 'Tub', another word for κύβοu (קב).

λῆνος - Wool
ληνός - Tub
κύβος - Tub
οϝἶς - Sheep
כבש - Sheep

λῆν (Wool), ῥήν (Sheep), μῆλ (Sheep), רחל (Sheep) *Lhn, Rhn, Mhl, Rhl
* κύβοu > κλύβοu > λύνοu > ληνοῦ (morphology)
* κύβος = תבת
* μεγαμηλον, κάμηλος, גמל 'Big-sheep' .

רחם - bowels or womb

ρηγνυμι( rhegnumi)
1.Internal pressure building up until the wall of some kind of container is breached, resulting in the uncontrolled eruption of the contents
2. to burst forth, like lightning (φλόξ, ברק)
3. Cleft

רחם also roots Sparagmos (σπαραγμός) 'tear, rend, pull to pieces' used in the mythological context
of the dismemberment of the God (Crushing and bursting of grapes, mulberries and pomegranates).

פרק פרם פרס פרץ גרס טרף ערג הרס רצח רצץ רקע רפס קרע ילך דרך הלך זרע ברק רמס
σπαραγμός, ρηγνυμι, ῥήσσω, τρέχω, τροχός, ἐτρύγησαν, τρυγητήριον, χωρίζω, σπέρμα, δάκρυ, κραυγή
Tero, Thresh, Rend, Rent, Torculor, Prelum, trough, erupt, Trituro, Dirumpo, praefringo, rupti, fragor, dacrima, extract

Adam (Earth)
Eve (Plucking)
Cain (Stomping)
Abel (Death)
Seth (Resurrection)
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