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HIGHLIGHTS - Biden Honors Satan With 666 Days

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Published on 29 Jul 2022 / In News and Politics

Short on time, but still want to stay informed? Today's War Room Highlights covers clips from all 3 hours of the broadcast with your guest hosts Clay Clark and Kristi Leigh giving their insight on today's most important news!

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hard-drive 4 months ago

indeed, dalai lama is not budhist ... but last sumerian representative of moloch adoration, magog habits, baal belief
mesopotamian establishment expelled from middle east by hittite, egyptians, israeli, indian into lost himalayan area 5000m high
https://i.etsystatic.com/8729767/r/il/98f680/1337288533/il_fullxfull.1337288533_6qms.jpg

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hard-drive 4 months ago

"The inhabitants of Peleshet are Pelishtim, a plural noun that occurs 287x in the HB (Gen 10:14; 26:1; Exod 13:17, etc.), mostly in Judges, 1 & 2 Samuel, and 1 Chronicles. Lexicons say the root palashis a verb meaning to roll (in dust or ashes) as an act of mourning (Jer 6:26; Ezek 27:30; Mic 1:10). How that relates to the people (rollers, mourners) is not clear.
The warrior giant Goliath (from the city of Gath) taunted the timid Jewish battle lines with emphatic ethnic bluster: “I am the Philistine” [anokhi ha-Pelishti]” (1 Sam 17:8). Interestingly, the Greek Septuagint renders his boast as: “I Am Foreigner” [ego eimi allophulos].
The three main gods in the Pelishtim pantheon were Dagon (Judg 16:23; 1 Sam 5:1-7), Ashtoreth (Judg 10:6; 1 Sam 31:10), and Baal-Zebub (2 Kgs 1:1-6, 16).
Peleshet” is translated by the Greek hoi Allophuloi, “the Foreigners.” This rendering is also reflected in Isaiah 2:5-6 which refers to “the land of the Allophuloi and many strange [allophuloi] children were born to them.”
Isa 14:29, 31; Joel 4:4 [3:4 Eng], Ps 59:10 [60:8 Eng], 82:8 [83:7 Eng], 86:4 [87:4 Eng], and 107:10 [108:9 Eng].
Evidence from Egyptian inscriptions identifies the Pelishtim as “Sea Peoples.” Pottery from the cities of Ekron and Ashdod in Philistia mirrors styles in Cyprus, and the temple at Tell Qasile (near Tel Aviv) is similar to ones in the Aegean Sea area and on Cyprus. No inscriptions in a Philistine language have been found, suggesting they adopted the languages where they invaded.
Amos refers to “the Pelishtim from Caphtor” (Amos 9:7). Jeremiah forewarns that “the day is coming” when “YHVH will ravage the Pelishtim [who are] the remnant from the island of Caphtor” (Jer 47:4). Archeologists believe Caphtor is likely the island of Crete.
Neither “Palestina” or “Philistia” occur in the Greek New Testament.

Nearly all Bible translations today use “Philistia” in their Old Testament portions for the original Hebrew Peleshet. This designates the geographical area along the coast of Israel and southern Lebanon (including Tyre and Sidon). A few Christian versions have “Palestine” in their biblical text or in marginal notes. They may do this to orient readers to modern political boundaries."

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hard-drive 4 months ago

usually dalai lama never leaves macleodganj during monsoon, meeting with "tourists" from everywhere, especially england
wonder why dalai lama stays 2 months in leh away from everything in order to avoid mcleodganj sea org flood infesting audience
knowing that he is investigated by isi, so leaving mcleodganj for pretending to be budhist ... and divert attention about sea org, aum, moon, nxivm, thule
https://www.dalailama.com/

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hard-drive 4 months ago

philistines were greek people,
not english disguised as muslims

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hard-drive 4 months ago

"Another theory, proposed by Hermann Jacobsohn in 1914, is that the name derives from the attested Illyrian-Epirote locality Palaeste, whose inhabitants would have been called Palaestīnī according to Illyrian normal grammatical practice.
Allen Jones (1972) suggests that the name Philistine represents a corruption of the Greek phyle histia ('tribe of the hearth'), with the Ionic spelling of hestia."

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