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Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
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Post: #16
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
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Post: #17
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:20 PM)
Currahee  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:14 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:08 PM)
This is the only reply I will ever give you from this day on:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttCkmjejmO8

We all know you never keep your word!

Mr."I have no socks"

Or is that Ms."I swear Ill leave if I'm wrong" ?
Lmao

Seriously, why not bump one of your old threads? Why do you constantly have to create the same threads every so many days? Is it some ploy?

Rager says he's been up 18 hours and needs to sleep.... Currahee takes over... classic. I'm still working on a video reply for you Currahee, as soon as I find it, all my replies to you will be a single Youtube video as well. You can keep replying all you like, I've decided to use you and Rager strictly for thread bumping purposes. That's means you'll be working for Skippy. Let that Skippylogic sink in....

lol

FAIL

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karutzar
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10-25-2012 05:25 PM

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Post: #18
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-25-2012 04:40 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 04:35 PM)
The Evil AC  Wrote: (10-25-2012 04:30 PM)
To praise amunRa

Indeed. Others have come on here in the past with walls of texts trying to "explain" to me how wrong I am and that "Amen" stems from a Hebrew word. The Hebrews were the slaves of the Egyptians. Amen is an Egyptian god that hymns were sung to and to this day, people end their hymns praising Amen and don't have a clue why they are singing that word whatsoever.

The Hebrews weren't slaves to the Egyptians. They were the Hyksos.

You are absolutely right. But Hyksos were followers of Khristna (3102BCE), not only they - greeks as well, so all semites. Especially hebrew - they originate from place called Satana (in India) [Image: 4A21_50895650.jpg]
Quote:The original Jews came from India, at the time called Baharta*. Their religious ideas can be traced to Kashmir areas. The word Abraham is really A-Braham (non brahmin, exbrahmin). ''Even though Jewish scriptures talk about Egypt, no Egyptian text ever found contains a single reference to Jews in Egypt.'' Some researchers believe the Jews were called the Yadavas, a tribe in which Krishna was born.

Quote:The group of mixed Semitic-Asiatics who settled in northern Egypt during the 18th century BC. In about 1630 they seized power, and Hyksos kings ruled Egypt as the 15th dynasty (c. 1630–1521 BC). The name Hyksos was used by the Egyptian historian Manetho (fl. 300 BC), who, according to the Jewish historian Josephus (fl. 1st century AD), translated the word as “king-shepherds” or “captive shepherds.” Josephus wished to demonstrate the great antiquity of the Jews and thus identified the Hyksos with the Hebrews of the Old Testament. Hyksos were the ancestors of Hebrews.

Quote:Bactria (a region of ancient Afghanistan) was the locality of a prototypical Jewish nation called Juhuda or Jaguda, also called Ur-Jaguda. Ur meant "place or town." Therefore, the bible was correct in stating that Abraham came from "Ur of the Chaldeans." "Chaldean," more correctly Kaul-Deva (Holy Kauls), was not the name of a specific ethnicity but the title of an ancient Hindu Brahmanical priestly caste who lived in what are now Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Indian state of Kashmir.

Quote:Satan is near the district called Khandesh (Land of Cain). There is also a Kodesh. Kod and Khad are Sanskrit terms for "First," "The Beginning," or "God." In Hebrew, Khadesh = "The first day of a Jewish calendar month.
Manesseh (Territory and tribe of Israel) - Manasa (Himalayan lake, near Mount Meru; also the name of a snake deity)
Hellenes (Ancient people and territory in Greece) - Hellenes; Alinas (People and territory of Ancient India).
Javan (Father of Greeks; mentioned in Genesis) - Yavana (Ancient Indo-Hebrew tribe)

More on this you can find in Anacalypsis by Godfrey Higgins (1927) - a must to read book.

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Post: #19
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Currahee  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:23 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:20 PM)
Currahee  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:14 PM)
We all know you never keep your word!

Mr."I have no socks"

Or is that Ms."I swear Ill leave if I'm wrong" ?
Lmao

Seriously, why not bump one of your old threads? Why do you constantly have to create the same threads every so many days? Is it some ploy?

Rager says he's been up 18 hours and needs to sleep.... Currahee takes over... classic. I'm still working on a video reply for you Currahee, as soon as I find it, all my replies to you will be a single Youtube video as well. You can keep replying all you like, I've decided to use you and Rager strictly for thread bumping purposes. That's means you'll be working for Skippy. Let that Skippylogic sink in....

lol

FAIL

Ok, Currahee, here's your video. Here's your job description from now on. You post stupid disruptive shit in my threads and I will reply with this video specifically for you:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSbh2MsxdNs

My thread gets bumped, new Lop users will get to see a funny video, I don't have to waste any more time typing replies to you.... Everybody wins.

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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Skip the bad Nick
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10-25-2012 05:37 PM

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Post: #20
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
karutzar  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:25 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-25-2012 04:40 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 04:35 PM)
Indeed. Others have come on here in the past with walls of texts trying to "explain" to me how wrong I am and that "Amen" stems from a Hebrew word. The Hebrews were the slaves of the Egyptians. Amen is an Egyptian god that hymns were sung to and to this day, people end their hymns praising Amen and don't have a clue why they are singing that word whatsoever.

The Hebrews weren't slaves to the Egyptians. They were the Hyksos.

You are absolutely right. But Hyksos were followers of Khristna (3102BCE), not only they - greeks as well, so all semites. Especially hebrew - they originate from place called Satana (in India) [Image: 4A21_50895650.jpg]
Quote:The original Jews came from India, at the time called Baharta*. Their religious ideas can be traced to Kashmir areas. The word Abraham is really A-Braham (non brahmin, exbrahmin). ''Even though Jewish scriptures talk about Egypt, no Egyptian text ever found contains a single reference to Jews in Egypt.'' Some researchers believe the Jews were called the Yadavas, a tribe in which Krishna was born.

Quote:The group of mixed Semitic-Asiatics who settled in northern Egypt during the 18th century BC. In about 1630 they seized power, and Hyksos kings ruled Egypt as the 15th dynasty (c. 1630–1521 BC). The name Hyksos was used by the Egyptian historian Manetho (fl. 300 BC), who, according to the Jewish historian Josephus (fl. 1st century AD), translated the word as “king-shepherds” or “captive shepherds.” Josephus wished to demonstrate the great antiquity of the Jews and thus identified the Hyksos with the Hebrews of the Old Testament. Hyksos were the ancestors of Hebrews.

Quote:Bactria (a region of ancient Afghanistan) was the locality of a prototypical Jewish nation called Juhuda or Jaguda, also called Ur-Jaguda. Ur meant "place or town." Therefore, the bible was correct in stating that Abraham came from "Ur of the Chaldeans." "Chaldean," more correctly Kaul-Deva (Holy Kauls), was not the name of a specific ethnicity but the title of an ancient Hindu Brahmanical priestly caste who lived in what are now Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Indian state of Kashmir.

Quote:Satan is near the district called Khandesh (Land of Cain). There is also a Kodesh. Kod and Khad are Sanskrit terms for "First," "The Beginning," or "God." In Hebrew, Khadesh = "The first day of a Jewish calendar month.
Manesseh (Territory and tribe of Israel) - Manasa (Himalayan lake, near Mount Meru; also the name of a snake deity)
Hellenes (Ancient people and territory in Greece) - Hellenes; Alinas (People and territory of Ancient India).
Javan (Father of Greeks; mentioned in Genesis) - Yavana (Ancient Indo-Hebrew tribe)

More on this you can find in Anacalypsis by Godfrey Higgins (1927) - a must to read book.

Interesting stuff. It is well known that they worshipped Saturn in that part of the world, the Romans created Saturnalia which is one of the origins of where the "evil" of Satan/Saturn first came into being. The "evil" was the level at which the Romans celebrated. Drunken orgies on the winter solstice giving praise to Saturn.

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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Currahee
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Post: #21
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:28 PM)
Currahee  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:23 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:20 PM)
Rager says he's been up 18 hours and needs to sleep.... Currahee takes over... classic. I'm still working on a video reply for you Currahee, as soon as I find it, all my replies to you will be a single Youtube video as well. You can keep replying all you like, I've decided to use you and Rager strictly for thread bumping purposes. That's means you'll be working for Skippy. Let that Skippylogic sink in....

lol

FAIL

Ok, Currahee, here's your video. Here's your job description from now on. You post stupid disruptive shit in my threads and I will reply with this video specifically for you:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSbh2MsxdNs

My thread gets bumped, new Lop users will get to see a funny video, I don't have to waste any more time typing replies to you.... Everybody wins.

Nope, I'll post relevant logical things to your BS ... and then you spam your own thread with the same video over and over again! RoflLmao

Well, except when it's the same thread you've created countless times already. Rolleyes


I give it 48 hours max before you go back on your word Jhikpghf And if you keep it up that's even better! I'll post the truth, and you'll spam your own threads.

SkippyLogic™ lol

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Post: #22
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:21 PM)
Gtsmqcnp

Was "immediately" intentionally spelled wrong? I'm guessing "no"....

I posted excerpts from 5 books... you posted a picture with a spelling mistake. Now explain the "stupid".

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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Ike Nussbaum
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10-25-2012 05:57 PM

 



Post: #23
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Saying "amen" at the end of a prayer is the cherry on top of the brainwashing sundae that is religion.
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Post: #24
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Ike Nussbaum  Wrote: (10-25-2012 05:57 PM)
Saying "amen" at the end of a prayer is the cherry on top of the brainwashing sundae that is religion.

Agreed, and very poetic I might add. Nice use of the word "Sundae". chuckle

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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Post: #25
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
I yell "Freedom or Sovngarde" and throw the hymnal at the nearest person.

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10-25-2012 06:22 PM

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Post: #26
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Space Core  Wrote: (10-25-2012 06:13 PM)
I yell "Freedom or Sovngarde" and throw the hymnal at the nearest person.

That would be fun to see... chuckle

Awesome video in the troll thread. Very creepy and one of the pics was 3D. I downloaded it in 720p.

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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10-25-2012 07:11 PM

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Post: #27
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Skippy  Wrote: (10-25-2012 06:22 PM)
Space Core  Wrote: (10-25-2012 06:13 PM)
I yell "Freedom or Sovngarde" and throw the hymnal at the nearest person.

That would be fun to see... chuckle

Awesome video in the troll thread. Very creepy and one of the pics was 3D. I downloaded it in 720p.

Until then, this is a personal favorite of mine....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7L8rcgP_jJY

That's what you get for idol worship... chuckle

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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10-25-2012 07:17 PM

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Post: #28
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
In this one, the Pope loses his Yamakah. Oh wait.... I mean skull cap.... chuckle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnQ6GJrwkR8

Happy Thanksgiving:

[Image: xUjWhLS.jpg]

America:

A: Killed millions of natives and took their land
B: Brought in slaves from Africa to work that land
C: Didn't let women vote until after the 1900's
D: Dropped two nuclear bombs on civillians

And if you talk badly about America, you're the terrorist. How does that work?
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LoP Guest
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10-25-2012 07:18 PM

 



Post: #29
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
It never ceases to amaze me the threads posted by OPs who think they have the answers in religion, probably haven't spent 24 hours in church in their life, haven't even STUDIED the Word of God in depth, who claim they KNOW that pagan religion created God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the whole story. They claim aliens or demons or nothing that even existed created the world, not the ONE God, the GREAT I AM. They still cling to spider web theories that Jesus is a re-telling of Egyptian mysticism. So you think the word AMEN is a reference to what? The ancient Egyptian Sun God, Amen-Ra? The two words look and sound much alike, and so some idiot says that Christians are invoking Egyptian deities because they are using the name of an Egyptian God.

The first mention of AMEN in the Bible.....Numbers. A woman who was accused of adultery had to drink a concoction. The priest told her if she is guilty, her stomach will rot, but if innocent nothing will happen. She then had to say AMEN, which is translated, "So be it". Also, in the OT time and time again the Israelites as a nation shouted AMEN "So be it" when something was read aloud, such as the Torah. The word AMEN used by Jesus carried the same connotation. It meant, at the beginning of a prayer "The truth is thus.....", while at the end it meant, "and this is the truth", "so be it", or "may it occur". In Revelation we have "Amen!", and then "Amen" right after. This translated, "Thus shall it be", and the response, "It shall be so".

Amen is NOT a reference to Egyptian Gods. Don't let wanna be enlightened people misdirect you in the simple Word of Truth. They are a counterfeit religion, copying only from other religions, assembling them all into an abomination that is anti-Christ.
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10-25-2012 07:19 PM

 



Post: #30
RE: Why Do You Sing Amen at the End of a Hymn?
Because you are praying to the sun god?

I've heard that and it means something confirmatory in Hebrew and Aramaic, but I don't know which is true.
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