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The Soul, the Aeolian Body, Death, the Mistranslation of the Word Spirit, and the Airflow of God

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  1. biloqewu

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    The word “spirit” does not exist in the Greek and Hebrew manuscripts, for the word Hebrew word “ruach” and the Greek word “pneuma” always pertains to “wind” and “breath”, for what God gave man to live was not “spirit”, for “spirit” does not exist, but it was “breath”, which is moving air, hence “he breathed into man the airflow of life”, which relates to other passages of scripture that speak of this airflow, such as “the body without the airflow is dead, so belief without works is dead” and “into your hands I commit my airflow, when he had said this, he breathed his last” and “the airflow returns to God who gave it”. As such, angels are able to transform into different forms, such as the form of fire, which is the form the angel that appeared to Moses appeared as, “in flames of fire in a burning bush”, hence “he makes his ministers into flames of fire”, which is a pyronian body, which pertains to a certain type of angel that can transform into this form, which are “seraphim”, which is based on the Hebrew word “saraph”, which means “to burn”, and angels are also able to transform into the form of airflow, hence “he makes his angels into airflows”, which is an aeolian body, which is incorrectly translated as “spiritual body”, and in this form, the body of airflow is then set apart from other ordinary airflows, because it is a body of airflow in which the soul of an angel exists in, thus “set-apart airflow”, which is why the set-apart airflow is described as having emotions, is able to speak, and is able to intercede, which is rendered incorrectly as “holy spirit”. And even though the English word “spirit” is derived from the Latin word “spiritus”, which did indeed mean moving air in the past, the word “spirit” has long lost its original meaning throughout time into a modern idea of “spirit”, making a false distinction between spirit and breath, which does not exist, for they are the same thing, which is why the phrase “I inhale and exhale spirit” no longer makes sense in English, and because of this and the difficulty in disassociating the word “spirit” with the modern idea of “spirit”, a new word must be used in English, that conveys both the flow of air in the sky, “wind”, and the flow of air in the nostrils, “breath”, just as the original words conveyed these exact things, which used one word in the Hebrew and one word in the Greek, where the exact translation into English for the original words is “airflow”.

    For the full study, go here The Soul, the Aeolian Body, Death, the Mistranslation of the Word Spirit, and the Identity of the Airflow of God | Wisdom of God .
     
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    you would have to demonstrate that angels have souls first imo

    and not sure the point here if you end up personifying angels in that manner anyway?
     
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    Every living thing has a soul, not just man, but also animals, and also angels. The soul is our existence.
     
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    so now angels have become living things somehow i guess,
    but regardless of my opinion the point is you should be able to supply some Scripture for your premises if they are true

    i can create a spirit, easy; but i cannot give it a soul i don't think
     
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    I did, hence the study. What you just asked is addressed in the study.
     
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    strikes me that you argue against yourself there wadr, and that my soul must have its own soul according to your belief?
    i did like the reflection of spirit as breath, until the spirit got its own...spirit, i guess? how does that happen?
    seems like you went to a lot of work to de-personify spirits, and then you give them spirits of their own, re-personifying them.

    Wadr imo you are maybe taking the personification of spirits for the purpose of transmitting information in the Bible a bit literally maybe, which it seems like that is what you started out resisting? Just a perspective though, you make some good points imo
     
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    There is no such thing as spirit, there is wind, which is airflow. Ordinary airflows do not have a personality, because they are not living. Set-apart airflows do have personalities, because they are living, because they are angels that have transformed into airflows, and that body of airflow in which that angel exists in is thus called "set-apart", set-apart airflow.
     
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    "
    Even the word Hebrew (עברי) is closely related to the preposition עבור ('abur), meaning "because of" (or: a flowing forth of a conclusion from something previously established). The Hebrews worshipped the Word, which had nothing in common with the deities of the surrounding nations. The temple of the Hebrews was empty; their deity was wind. He loved them and they loved Him. It was absurd, blasphemous and a disaster for any self-proclaimed god-king.

    Since in the old world everything revolved around deities, people without clearly defined deities were atheists, and atheists (we know since Machiavelli) are awful subjects to dupe. The Romans even went so far as to execute people on account of their atheism, "a charge on which many others who drifted into Jewish ways were condemned," wrote Cassius Dio (67.14).

    When those same Romans grafted the key words of this hated movement upon their governmental machine, modern Christianity was born..." The amazing name Hebrew: meaning and etymology (in "The Jewish problem")
     
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