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Sabbath Keepers

Eli means `this` in Xhosa, lama is to `follow` and sabatha means `Sabbath`... This gives a very different rendering of what the Messiah (Msindisi) said during his last hours of suffering, recorded in the 4 synoptic gospels - namely :

`This, this is for Sabbath keepers/followers`

(more precisely `Assembly of Sabbath`)

Which is something else than the supposed quote Psalm 22,

God, God, why have you forsaken me?

from the Hebrew:

Eli, Eli, lama sabacthani? (also from Psalm 22)

Èl, Eloah and Elhohim - ELI - are all `Jewish` (ancient Persian, Turkish) derivatives (nicknames) for ancient `Persian` gods... even Yahweh bears the name of one of these ancient desert creatures, originally from Africa. Off course.

Back to what was said then:

`THIS, THIS, is for the Sabbath Keepers!`

You might ask, when is the Sabbath? Sunday or Saturday? Well, it is a good question, I would argue its neither. And if you keep returning to this unusual blog - I will try to answer just that for you, in due time off course.... Though, its not easy to explain away thousands of years of history in a couple of posts, All I can say is that the current Catholic Calendar was not and has not always been the only way to keep track of time. Ancient peoples (Babylon, China, Egypt, etc) used the sky and the large heavenly bodies to determine when and where... Hebrews (Bantu - the first peoples) where off course no different in this regard. The Moon (Nyana) and Month (Nyana), are used interchangeable in the Bible, hence the confusion in almost every single modern translation... By hey, no big deal right? Lets just use the current system.. No, it is a big deal actually, The forth Commandment. It is even implied remember the Sabbath day, that we at some point would forget it... Some tribes in South-Africa, probably never did. But not the case for the rest of the world.

Uxolo lube nani

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