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13th Tribe of Levi
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I began to wonder why in 1946 the newly formed nation of Israel did not name the land of Israel Zion.  Zion is the most important name in the Bible. I'd read when a vote was taken when Israel was formed the name Zion lost by one vote. Why?  I had also read that the nation of Uganda at the mouth of the Nile, and long held to be the place where the first man and woman as found, was the sight for the 'New Israel' after WWII. That is indeed another story. From this  began to research the ancient people of On or Anu the original name/place of Zion.

Anu was called Heliopolis by the Greeks and On in the Bible. As I started to research those three seemingly divergent names I wondered if On could possibly be related to the Biblical name Zion . Zion , Jerusalem , the City of David and often used to refer to Israel and then the heavenly place, the Promised Land.

 

Anu is also the Sumerian [African] name for the sky or sky god. A being the first cause [man]. The sky god whose wife was Antu in the Babylonian culture and Uras in the Akkadian or Sumerian was also on occasion called Ki.  There symbol of authority was the �horned cap� the headdress of heroes [Heru] and gods [mighty men]. 

Did the concept of Zion or the Holy city/city of righteousness originate in Egypt with the city of Anu/On?

Zion does not seem to be solely a mythical [heavenly] place but a people, a nation.

�But Zion said, "The Lord has forsaken me, and the Lord has forgotten me." Shall a woman forget her suckling child, from having mercy on the child of her womb? These too shall forget, but I will not forget you (again referring to the nation).� Isaiah 54: 14-15.

Here Zion is saying something��The Lord has forsaken me and the Lord has forgotten me.  Sounds like Zion is a nation possibly Israel speaking up to God.

Zion is mentioned in connection with Jerusalem and more specifically the �City of David �. The Jebus or Canaanites originally controlled Jerusalem before and after the time of Melchezedeck, called the King of peace and righteousness by the Biblical writers.

The name Melch or Melek means king. Zedec or Zedek means righteousness or peace.

Melchezedeck received tithes from Abraham, the patriarch or the Hebrews according to the scriptures; �the lesser was bless by the greater, meaning Abraham was blessed by Melchezedeck being the greater one.

GENESIS 14:18 Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine; he was the priest of God Most High. 19 And he blessed him and said: "Blessed be Abram of God Most High, possessor of heaven and earth; 20 and blessed be God Most High, who has delivered your enemies into your hand." And he gave him a tithe of all.

What does the name of Jerusalem mean how does it relate to Egypt ?

'The name of Jerusalem (literally meaning "to establish peace or submission") certainly symbolized the role that it played in establishing and maintaining Egyptian control over Palestineduring the 18th Dynasty. Both names are found in Chapter 11 of Nehemiah where the Hebrew reads as "Yurushalayim ha Qudesh," meaning, "Jerusalem the Holy City."

Jerusalem had several names according to Strong�s Concordance: Ari�el was the symbolic name for Jerusalem . It was named the Gihon after the river in Eden or Paradise . Heh�der meaning honor and glory. Jebus meaning the threshing floor.

Can Jerusalem and Anu [On] be the same place or two sides of the same coin?

The capture of Jerusalem/Kadesh by Thutmose III also resolves the formerly unknown source of the name Zion . Zion consists of the components On (Hebrew for the holy city of On/ Heliopolis in Egypt ) and the Hebrew word Zi (meaning arid place). Literally translated, Zion appropriately becomes "Holy City of the Desert." [House of Messiah - Ahmed Osman].

That may be a stretch for some of you. It is difficult to see a people combing two separate words from different languages into one, but we that all the time.

The Jerusalem Jews were opposed to the Alexandrian temple, and jealous, because they saw it as a rival temple. When they got their version of the Septuagint, they minutely altered the word for �Sun� (cheres) so that it read �destruction� (heres) instead. Calling On/Anu the City of Destruction or Desolation instead of the City of the Sun or City of Righteousness .

Ok�see it? They altered the word for Sun [cheres] so that it read destruction.  The Su was never seen as destructive but essential to the life and growth of the earth. The Jews of Alexandria wanted to distance themselves from Anu.

The Septuagint [Greek] version speaks of On/Anu reads �ir-ha-zedek� = �a city of righteousness�, but the altered version read �a city of destruction�. It is because of this tiny variation between the two versions of the Septuagint that the King James and Authorized versions have a marginal note about the alternative reading. The correct rendering is �city of the sun�, or � Heliopolis � is City of Righteousness . 

http://www.essaysbyekowa.com/anu.htm
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I began to wonder why in 1946 the newly formed nation of Israel did not name the land of Israel Zion.  Zion is the most important name in the Bible. I'd read when a vote was taken when Israel was formed the name Zion lost by one vote. Why?  I had also read that the nation of Uganda at the mouth of the Nile, and long held to be the place where the first man and woman as found, was the sight for the 'New Israel' after WWII. That is indeed another story. From this  began to research the ancient people of On or Anu the original name/place of Zion.

Anu was called Heliopolis by the Greeks and On in the Bible. As I started to research those three seemingly divergent names I wondered if On could possibly be related to the Biblical name Zion . Zion , Jerusalem , the City of David and often used to refer to Israel and then the heavenly place, the Promised Land.

 

Anu is also the Sumerian [African] name for the sky or sky god. A being the first cause [man]. The sky god whose wife was Antu in the Babylonian culture and Uras in the Akkadian or Sumerian was also on occasion called Ki.  There symbol of authority was the �horned cap� the headdress of heroes [Heru] and gods [mighty men]. 

Did the concept of Zion or the Holy city/city of righteousness originate in Egypt with the city of Anu/On?

Zion does not seem to be solely a mythical [heavenly] place but a people, a nation.

�But Zion said, "The Lord has forsaken me, and the Lord has forgotten me." Shall a woman forget her suckling child, from having mercy on the child of her womb? These too shall forget, but I will not forget you (again referring to the nation).� Isaiah 54: 14-15.

Here Zion is saying something��The Lord has forsaken me and the Lord has forgotten me.  Sounds like Zion is a nation possibly Israel speaking up to God.

Zion is mentioned in connection with Jerusalem and more specifically the �City of David �. The Jebus or Canaanites originally controlled Jerusalem before and after the time of Melchezedeck, called the King of peace and righteousness by the Biblical writers.

The name Melch or Melek means king. Zedec or Zedek means righteousness or peace.

Melchezedeck received tithes from Abraham, the patriarch or the Hebrews according to the scriptures; �the lesser was bless by the greater, meaning Abraham was blessed by Melchezedeck being the greater one.

GENESIS 14:18 Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine; he was the priest of God Most High. 19 And he blessed him and said: "Blessed be Abram of God Most High, possessor of heaven and earth; 20 and blessed be God Most High, who has delivered your enemies into your hand." And he gave him a tithe of all.

What does the name of Jerusalem mean how does it relate to Egypt ?

'The name of Jerusalem (literally meaning "to establish peace or submission") certainly symbolized the role that it played in establishing and maintaining Egyptian control over Palestineduring the 18th Dynasty. Both names are found in Chapter 11 of Nehemiah where the Hebrew reads as "Yurushalayim ha Qudesh," meaning, "Jerusalem the Holy City."

Jerusalem had several names according to Strong�s Concordance: Ari�el was the symbolic name for Jerusalem . It was named the Gihon after the river in Eden or Paradise . Heh�der meaning honor and glory. Jebus meaning the threshing floor.

Can Jerusalem and Anu [On] be the same place or two sides of the same coin?

The capture of Jerusalem/Kadesh by Thutmose III also resolves the formerly unknown source of the name Zion . Zion consists of the components On (Hebrew for the holy city of On/ Heliopolis in Egypt ) and the Hebrew word Zi (meaning arid place). Literally translated, Zion appropriately becomes "Holy City of the Desert." [House of Messiah - Ahmed Osman].

That may be a stretch for some of you. It is difficult to see a people combing two separate words from different languages into one, but we that all the time.

The Jerusalem Jews were opposed to the Alexandrian temple, and jealous, because they saw it as a rival temple. When they got their version of the Septuagint, they minutely altered the word for �Sun� (cheres) so that it read �destruction� (heres) instead. Calling On/Anu the City of Destruction or Desolation instead of the City of the Sun or City of Righteousness .

Ok�see it? They altered the word for Sun [cheres] so that it read destruction.  The Su was never seen as destructive but essential to the life and growth of the earth. The Jews of Alexandria wanted to distance themselves from Anu.

The Septuagint [Greek] version speaks of On/Anu reads �ir-ha-zedek� = �a city of righteousness�, but the altered version read �a city of destruction�. It is because of this tiny variation between the two versions of the Septuagint that the King James and Authorized versions have a marginal note about the alternative reading. The correct rendering is �city of the sun�, or � Heliopolis � is City of Righteousness . 

http://www.essaysbyekowa.com/anu.htm

There’s no “I am” in Hebrew
How on Earth they did miss THAT?or did they do it to decive HUMANS?
The thing is, the bit translated in Psalm 46:10 as “I am God” doesn’t use the word that God used in that conversation with Moses. It uses the much more normal way of saying “I am X” in Hebrew, which literally is: “I X.” We just don’t have an “am”. We don’t have a “to be” in present tense. If I want to say in Hebrew “I am a woman”, I say “I woman”. (We don’t have an “a” either, but that’s another story.) If I want to tell you that you are clever, I’ll say “you clever”.

That bit in the conversation between God and Moses – that is an unusual usage. The word used there is literally the verb “to be” in future tense, used kind of poetically as present tense. Moses, as God is sending him to Egypt to release the Israelites from slavery, says: [I’m paraphrasing] but they’ll want to know who sent me, they’ll want to know your name, what shall I tell them? and God says: [literally] I will be who I will be. Tell them “I will be” sent you (Exodus 3:14). I’m not quibbling with the “I am” translation as such, just pointing out that this usage is a one-off and it isn’t going to be there in each and every verse that includes “I am” in the English translation. Most of them will have just the word “I” (either “ani” or “anokhi”) without any verb.

So the phrase in Psalm 46:10 which is translated as “I am God” reads in Hebrew: “anokhi elohim” – the word “anokhi” meaning “I” and the word “elohim” meaning God. A word for word translation would read: I God.
https://churchlaundry.wordpress.com/2013...3XYxBWxubw
ANU is Ani


The common ancestor of the Annu settled along the Nile was Ani or An, a name determined by the word (khet) and which, dating from the earliest versions of the `Book of the Dead' (4100 BCE) onwards, is given to the god Osiris. . . . The identity of the god An with Osiris has been demonstrated by Pleyte; we should indeed, recall that Osiris is also surnamed by the Anu: `Osiris Ani' The god Anu is represented alternatively by the symbol and the symbol . 
http://www.beforebc.de/all_africa/200_eg...heAnu.html
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I began to wonder why in 1946 the newly formed nation of Israel did not name the land of Israel Zion.  Zion is the most important name in the Bible. I'd read when a vote was taken when Israel was formed the name Zion lost by one vote. Why?  I had also read that the nation of Uganda at the mouth of the Nile, and long held to be the place where the first man and woman as found, was the sight for the 'New Israel' after WWII. That is indeed another story. From this  began to research the ancient people of On or Anu the original name/place of Zion.

Anu was called Heliopolis by the Greeks and On in the Bible. As I started to research those three seemingly divergent names I wondered if On could possibly be related to the Biblical name Zion . Zion , Jerusalem , the City of David and often used to refer to Israel and then the heavenly place, the Promised Land.

 

Anu is also the Sumerian [African] name for the sky or sky god. A being the first cause [man]. The sky god whose wife was Antu in the Babylonian culture and Uras in the Akkadian or Sumerian was also on occasion called Ki.  There symbol of authority was the �horned cap� the headdress of heroes [Heru] and gods [mighty men]. 

Did the concept of Zion or the Holy city/city of righteousness originate in Egypt with the city of Anu/On?

Zion does not seem to be solely a mythical [heavenly] place but a people, a nation.

�But Zion said, "The Lord has forsaken me, and the Lord has forgotten me." Shall a woman forget her suckling child, from having mercy on the child of her womb? These too shall forget, but I will not forget you (again referring to the nation).� Isaiah 54: 14-15.

Here Zion is saying something��The Lord has forsaken me and the Lord has forgotten me.  Sounds like Zion is a nation possibly Israel speaking up to God.

Zion is mentioned in connection with Jerusalem and more specifically the �City of David �. The Jebus or Canaanites originally controlled Jerusalem before and after the time of Melchezedeck, called the King of peace and righteousness by the Biblical writers.

The name Melch or Melek means king. Zedec or Zedek means righteousness or peace.

Melchezedeck received tithes from Abraham, the patriarch or the Hebrews according to the scriptures; �the lesser was bless by the greater, meaning Abraham was blessed by Melchezedeck being the greater one.

GENESIS 14:18 Then Melchizedek king of Salem brought out bread and wine; he was the priest of God Most High. 19 And he blessed him and said: "Blessed be Abram of God Most High, possessor of heaven and earth; 20 and blessed be God Most High, who has delivered your enemies into your hand." And he gave him a tithe of all.

What does the name of Jerusalem mean how does it relate to Egypt ?

'The name of Jerusalem (literally meaning "to establish peace or submission") certainly symbolized the role that it played in establishing and maintaining Egyptian control over Palestineduring the 18th Dynasty. Both names are found in Chapter 11 of Nehemiah where the Hebrew reads as "Yurushalayim ha Qudesh," meaning, "Jerusalem the Holy City."

Jerusalem had several names according to Strong�s Concordance: Ari�el was the symbolic name for Jerusalem . It was named the Gihon after the river in Eden or Paradise . Heh�der meaning honor and glory. Jebus meaning the threshing floor.

Can Jerusalem and Anu [On] be the same place or two sides of the same coin?

The capture of Jerusalem/Kadesh by Thutmose III also resolves the formerly unknown source of the name Zion . Zion consists of the components On (Hebrew for the holy city of On/ Heliopolis in Egypt ) and the Hebrew word Zi (meaning arid place). Literally translated, Zion appropriately becomes "Holy City of the Desert." [House of Messiah - Ahmed Osman].

That may be a stretch for some of you. It is difficult to see a people combing two separate words from different languages into one, but we that all the time.

The Jerusalem Jews were opposed to the Alexandrian temple, and jealous, because they saw it as a rival temple. When they got their version of the Septuagint, they minutely altered the word for �Sun� (cheres) so that it read �destruction� (heres) instead. Calling On/Anu the City of Destruction or Desolation instead of the City of the Sun or City of Righteousness .

Ok�see it? They altered the word for Sun [cheres] so that it read destruction.  The Su was never seen as destructive but essential to the life and growth of the earth. The Jews of Alexandria wanted to distance themselves from Anu.

The Septuagint [Greek] version speaks of On/Anu reads �ir-ha-zedek� = �a city of righteousness�, but the altered version read �a city of destruction�. It is because of this tiny variation between the two versions of the Septuagint that the King James and Authorized versions have a marginal note about the alternative reading. The correct rendering is �city of the sun�, or � Heliopolis � is City of Righteousness . 

http://www.essaysbyekowa.com/anu.htm

There’s no “I am” in Hebrew
How on Earth they did miss THAT?or did they do it to decive HUMANS?
The thing is, the bit translated in Psalm 46:10 as “I am God” doesn’t use the word that God used in that conversation with Moses. It uses the much more normal way of saying “I am X” in Hebrew, which literally is: “I X.” We just don’t have an “am”. We don’t have a “to be” in present tense. If I want to say in Hebrew “I am a woman”, I say “I woman”. (We don’t have an “a” either, but that’s another story.) If I want to tell you that you are clever, I’ll say “you clever”.

That bit in the conversation between God and Moses – that is an unusual usage. The word used there is literally the verb “to be” in future tense, used kind of poetically as present tense. Moses, as God is sending him to Egypt to release the Israelites from slavery, says: [I’m paraphrasing] but they’ll want to know who sent me, they’ll want to know your name, what shall I tell them? and God says: [literally] I will be who I will be. Tell them “I will be” sent you (Exodus 3:14). I’m not quibbling with the “I am” translation as such, just pointing out that this usage is a one-off and it isn’t going to be there in each and every verse that includes “I am” in the English translation. Most of them will have just the word “I” (either “ani” or “anokhi”) without any verb.

So the phrase in Psalm 46:10 which is translated as “I am God” reads in Hebrew: “anokhi elohim” – the word “anokhi” meaning “I” and the word “elohim” meaning God. A word for word translation would read: I God.
https://churchlaundry.wordpress.com/2013...3XYxBWxubw
ANU is Ani


The common ancestor of the Annu settled along the Nile was Ani or An, a name determined by the word (khet) and which, dating from the earliest versions of the `Book of the Dead' (4100 BCE) onwards, is given to the god Osiris. . . . The identity of the god An with Osiris has been demonstrated by Pleyte; we should indeed, recall that Osiris is also surnamed by the Anu: `Osiris Ani' The god Anu is represented alternatively by the symbol and the symbol . 
http://www.beforebc.de/all_africa/200_eg...heAnu.html

Anu is WE in Hebrew
Original Word: אֲנוּ
Part of Speech: pronoun plural common
Transliteration: anu
Phonetic Spelling: (an-oo')
Definition: we
ă·naḥ·nū 
Original Word: אֲנוּ
Part of Speech: pronoun plural common
Transliteration: anu
Phonetic Spelling: (an-oo')
Definition: we
ă·naḥ·nū

https://biblehub.com/hebrew/580.htm
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There’s no “I am” in Hebrew
How on Earth they did miss THAT?or did they do it to decive HUMANS?
The thing is, the bit translated in Psalm 46:10 as “I am God” doesn’t use the word that God used in that conversation with Moses. It uses the much more normal way of saying “I am X” in Hebrew, which literally is: “I X.” We just don’t have an “am”. We don’t have a “to be” in present tense. If I want to say in Hebrew “I am a woman”, I say “I woman”. (We don’t have an “a” either, but that’s another story.) If I want to tell you that you are clever, I’ll say “you clever”.

That bit in the conversation between God and Moses – that is an unusual usage. The word used there is literally the verb “to be” in future tense, used kind of poetically as present tense. Moses, as God is sending him to Egypt to release the Israelites from slavery, says: [I’m paraphrasing] but they’ll want to know who sent me, they’ll want to know your name, what shall I tell them? and God says: [literally] I will be who I will be. Tell them “I will be” sent you (Exodus 3:14). I’m not quibbling with the “I am” translation as such, just pointing out that this usage is a one-off and it isn’t going to be there in each and every verse that includes “I am” in the English translation. Most of them will have just the word “I” (either “ani” or “anokhi”) without any verb.

So the phrase in Psalm 46:10 which is translated as “I am God” reads in Hebrew: “anokhi elohim” – the word “anokhi” meaning “I” and the word “elohim” meaning God. A word for word translation would read: I God.
https://churchlaundry.wordpress.com/2013...3XYxBWxubw
ANU is Ani


The common ancestor of the Annu settled along the Nile was Ani or An, a name determined by the word (khet) and which, dating from the earliest versions of the `Book of the Dead' (4100 BCE) onwards, is given to the god Osiris. . . . The identity of the god An with Osiris has been demonstrated by Pleyte; we should indeed, recall that Osiris is also surnamed by the Anu: `Osiris Ani' The god Anu is represented alternatively by the symbol and the symbol . 
http://www.beforebc.de/all_africa/200_eg...heAnu.html

Anu is WE in Hebrew
Original Word: אֲנוּ
Part of Speech: pronoun plural common
Transliteration: anu
Phonetic Spelling: (an-oo')
Definition: we
ă·naḥ·nū 
Original Word: אֲנוּ
Part of Speech: pronoun plural common
Transliteration: anu
Phonetic Spelling: (an-oo')
Definition: we
ă·naḥ·nū

https://biblehub.com/hebrew/580.htm

everytime there is pronoun like (I,we) in the Hebrew Bible it should have been translated as it was like the name not a pronoun..
the "I am is i am" 
Today we’ll learn about “I” (as simply, “I”).
The Hebrew word for “I” is “ani.”
Ani is the word for “I” whether you are a man or a woman; the gender difference will be in the word following “ani.” We can see that in the next example.

http://www.free-hebrew.com/tag/ani/
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Anu is WE in Hebrew
Original Word: אֲנוּ
Part of Speech: pronoun plural common
Transliteration: anu
Phonetic Spelling: (an-oo')
Definition: we
ă·naḥ·nū 
Original Word: אֲנוּ
Part of Speech: pronoun plural common
Transliteration: anu
Phonetic Spelling: (an-oo')
Definition: we
ă·naḥ·nū

https://biblehub.com/hebrew/580.htm

everytime there is pronoun like (I,we) in the Hebrew Bible it should have been translated as it was like the name not a pronoun..
the "I am is i am" 
Today we’ll learn about “I” (as simply, “I”).
The Hebrew word for “I” is “ani.”
Ani is the word for “I” whether you are a man or a woman; the gender difference will be in the word following “ani.” We can see that in the next example.

http://www.free-hebrew.com/tag/ani/
notice Aramaic is ancestor to Hebrew and Arabic
- ana - I - Aramaic Personal Pronouns

http://en.longua.org/aramaic.pronouns.i.php
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everytime there is pronoun like (I,we) in the Hebrew Bible it should have been translated as it was like the name not a pronoun..
the "I am is i am" 
Today we’ll learn about “I” (as simply, “I”).
The Hebrew word for “I” is “ani.”
Ani is the word for “I” whether you are a man or a woman; the gender difference will be in the word following “ani.” We can see that in the next example.

http://www.free-hebrew.com/tag/ani/
notice Aramaic is ancestor to Hebrew and Arabic
- ana - I - Aramaic Personal Pronouns

http://en.longua.org/aramaic.pronouns.i.php

Arabic
(ana) also means I in Arabic
http://en.longua.org/aramaic.pronouns.i.php
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notice Aramaic is ancestor to Hebrew and Arabic
- ana - I - Aramaic Personal Pronouns

http://en.longua.org/aramaic.pronouns.i.php

Arabic
(ana) also means I in Arabic
http://en.longua.org/aramaic.pronouns.i.php

Ehyeh is the first person form of hayah, "to be", and owing to the peculiarities of Hebrew grammar means both "I am", "I was", and "I will be".[3] The meaning of the longer phrase ’ehyeh ’ăšer ’ehyeh is debated, and might be seen as a promise ("I will be with you") or as statement of incomparability ("I am without equal") .[4]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am
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Arabic
(ana) also means I in Arabic
http://en.longua.org/aramaic.pronouns.i.php

Ehyeh is the first person form of hayah, "to be", and owing to the peculiarities of Hebrew grammar means both "I am", "I was", and "I will be".[3] The meaning of the longer phrase ’ehyeh ’ăšer ’ehyeh is debated, and might be seen as a promise ("I will be with you") or as statement of incomparability ("I am without equal") .[4]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

For me

In Hebrew “for me” is only one word: bishvili

Bishvil is “for.” The last “i” makes it “for me.”
For me – bishvili
For him – bishvilo
For her – bishvila

Example:
For me, lamb and baked potatoes, and for her, fish and French fries and also ketchup, please.

Wow, what a long sentence…

Bishvili, lamb and baked potatoes,
ve‘bishvila dag ve‘chips ve‘gam ketchup, bevakasha.

example lets say an means I 
for me AN + i = ANI
for him An + o = ANO(anu)
for her An + a = ANA.
http://www.free-hebrew.com/conjunctions/...son-day-8/
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Ehyeh is the first person form of hayah, "to be", and owing to the peculiarities of Hebrew grammar means both "I am", "I was", and "I will be".[3] The meaning of the longer phrase ’ehyeh ’ăšer ’ehyeh is debated, and might be seen as a promise ("I will be with you") or as statement of incomparability ("I am without equal") .[4]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Am_that_I_Am

For me

In Hebrew “for me” is only one word: bishvili

Bishvil is “for.” The last “i” makes it “for me.”
For me – bishvili
For him – bishvilo
For her – bishvila

Example:
For me, lamb and baked potatoes, and for her, fish and French fries and also ketchup, please.

Wow, what a long sentence…

Bishvili, lamb and baked potatoes,
ve‘bishvila dag ve‘chips ve‘gam ketchup, bevakasha.

example lets say an means I 
for me AN + i = ANI
for him An + o = ANO(anu)
for her An + a = ANA.
http://www.free-hebrew.com/conjunctions/...son-day-8/

Jesus on the cross talked Aramiac which is older then Both Arabic and Hebrew and said "Eli Eli Lama shabaqtani " referring to EL (Anu)When it is for me you add I at the end of the word so EL becomes Eli.
Anu's original name in Sumerian is An; Anu is a Semiticized form of it.[25][26] Anu was also identified with the Semitic god Ilu or El from early on.[25]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anu
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For me

In Hebrew “for me” is only one word: bishvili

Bishvil is “for.” The last “i” makes it “for me.”
For me – bishvili
For him – bishvilo
For her – bishvila

Example:
For me, lamb and baked potatoes, and for her, fish and French fries and also ketchup, please.

Wow, what a long sentence…

Bishvili, lamb and baked potatoes,
ve‘bishvila dag ve‘chips ve‘gam ketchup, bevakasha.

example lets say an means I 
for me AN + i = ANI
for him An + o = ANO(anu)
for her An + a = ANA.
http://www.free-hebrew.com/conjunctions/...son-day-8/

Jesus on the cross talked Aramiac which is older then Both Arabic and Hebrew and said "Eli Eli Lama shabaqtani " referring to EL (Anu)When it is for me you add I at the end of the word so EL becomes Eli.
Anu's original name in Sumerian is An; Anu is a Semiticized form of it.[25][26] Anu was also identified with the Semitic god Ilu or El from early on.[25]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anu

our / ours she-la-nu שלנו
https://www.teachmehebrew.com/lesson-13.html
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Jesus on the cross talked Aramiac which is older then Both Arabic and Hebrew and said "Eli Eli Lama shabaqtani " referring to EL (Anu)When it is for me you add I at the end of the word so EL becomes Eli.
Anu's original name in Sumerian is An; Anu is a Semiticized form of it.[25][26] Anu was also identified with the Semitic god Ilu or El from early on.[25]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anu

our / ours she-la-nu שלנו
https://www.teachmehebrew.com/lesson-13.html

שלנו our own
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RE: 13th Tribe of Levi
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our / ours she-la-nu שלנו
https://www.teachmehebrew.com/lesson-13.html

שלנו our own
https://www.bing.com/translator

Let us make man in our image תן לנו להפוך את האדם לתדמית שלנו
https://jewsforjudaism.org/knowledge/art...our-image/
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שלנו our own
https://www.bing.com/translator

Let us make man in our image תן לנו להפוך את האדם לתדמית שלנו
https://jewsforjudaism.org/knowledge/art...our-image/

So the biggest problem in Judaism is the plural form when God speaks about himself,for example (WE) created HUMANS in (OUR) image is a wrong translation. It is read so instead "Anu created HUMANS in Anu image". Let's translate both (We) and (our) to Hebrew:our / ours she-la-nu שלנו our or ours is shel-ANU 
https://www.teachmehebrew.com/lesson-13....qxv64qoqw0
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Let us make man in our image תן לנו להפוך את האדם לתדמית שלנו
https://jewsforjudaism.org/knowledge/art...our-image/

So the biggest problem in Judaism is the plural form when God speaks about himself,for example (WE) created HUMANS in (OUR) image is a wrong translation. It is read so instead "Anu created HUMANS in Anu image". Let's translate both (We) and (our) to Hebrew:our / ours she-la-nu שלנו our or ours is shel-ANU 
https://www.teachmehebrew.com/lesson-13....qxv64qoqw0

Let us make man in our image תן לנו להפוך את האדם לתדמית שלנו notice the word Anu(לנו) is mentioned two times at the beginning and at the end.
https://jewsforjudaism.org/knowledge/art...E-k6V8gNEo
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So the biggest problem in Judaism is the plural form when God speaks about himself,for example (WE) created HUMANS in (OUR) image is a wrong translation. It is read so instead "Anu created HUMANS in Anu image". Let's translate both (We) and (our) to Hebrew:our / ours she-la-nu שלנו our or ours is shel-ANU 
https://www.teachmehebrew.com/lesson-13....qxv64qoqw0

Let us make man in our image תן לנו להפוך את האדם לתדמית שלנו notice the word Anu(לנו) is mentioned two times at the beginning and at the end.
https://jewsforjudaism.org/knowledge/art...E-k6V8gNEo

Elohim often refers to a "god" or "God" (proper name). Besides this evidence from the Hebrew Bible, I have also posted examples from ancient Mesopotamian texts (Akkadian) from the famous El-Amarna texts where the plural word for "gods" ('ilanu) refers to a single person or god - just as in the case of Hebrew elohim. Why is Sitchin unaware of this material?

Comments on the noun elohim Akkadian 'ilanu as a plural-formed word referring to a singular individual.
http://www.sitchiniswrong.com/Elohim/Elohim.htm
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