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The Original Lord's Prayer in Ancient Aramaic

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This is the Nazarene transliteration and translation of the Lord's Prayer from ancient Aramaic, a language spoken by Yeshua (Jesus). When compared to the Lord's Prayer found in the bible, we see just how much today's version has morphed from its original content. Yeshua was an Essene of the Nazarene sect and there is even indication of this in the bible, in ACTS 24:5. The translation and transliteration was sourced from: www.thenazareneway.com
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peekeyeseek (8 days ago)
Thank you.
Amarandum Valdamaris (18 days ago)
Nazarenes are not Essenes. "Nazarene" just means "a person from Nazareth." The Essenes were a reclusive sect of Jewish mystics who authored the Dead Sea Scrolls. "the Nazarene sect" in Acts refers to a prophecy that said the Messiah would be from Nazareth.
Absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing this. :)
Vishvesh Tadsare (1 month ago)
Abwoon D'bashmayo Netakadash shmach Tithe malkoothok Nehwe sabyonokh Aikano D'bashmayo Of'Barho Hablan Lahmo d'sunqunan yomono washbuklan hawbayn wahtohayn aikano dophanan shbaqan l'hayobayn lo'talan nesyuno elo pasan lan men bisho metul dilokhi malkutho w'haillo w'teshbughto l'olam olmin Amin
Terry Power (2 months ago)
The only problem I have with this the image of Christ being a white man. He was not.
ann Karel (3 months ago)
This could make one wonder if all translations are wrong. The new testament was translated from Greek , the language of the day. In the last days there will many attempts to derail Christians who are happy to have their ears tickled.
Miryam Rakh'el (4 months ago)
Gary Maguire (5 months ago)
Spiritual Gold
EBYMON PP (6 months ago)
this is sýriac
Jacques Shepperson (7 months ago)
I dont trust this ... because of the word "Karma" see "karma is a key concept in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism,[7] and Taoism.[8]"
Barbara Cohen (7 months ago)
Thank you so much for this...what a wonderful gift.
J Arcuri (8 months ago)
Thank you for sharing this beautiful prayer, when I started saying the Our Father prayer, I felt the Spirit move me and I started saying different and watching this now I know why: May our Father through His only begotten Son shine His face on you and I'm going to be praying for all His children on the four Conner of the world as we are to love one another and remember greater is He that in us; than he that in the world, so be it and so it is:
Aelin Uial (8 months ago)
Some words are wrong pronounced or maybe pronounced by an arab, malkutah is what I've always heard but he says malchuta
Mike Moreno (20 days ago)
And also aikana pronounced aishana
Z888 (8 months ago)
Treasure !
Tarzan Bosco (9 months ago)
Amen . aspettiamo Gesù .
Dillan Hudgins (9 months ago)
Wow. I have goose bumps.
Have 2BeHere (10 months ago)
Very nice. Thank you for this.
Ian Brown (10 months ago)
Jesus was not a nazerine. As they cannot drink alcohol or touch dead bodies. He was from Nazareth. John the Baptist wad more likely a nazerine.
Diana S (10 months ago)
I see some comments about "closer to source, original" and meaning hidden by English king and I had to clarify, just in case. People, I hope you understand, that whatever English "translation " you see in this video on blue background,  these are not real words that he says (and that I say in my church and at home). it is "New-Age-y" version, made by this  video creators. Maybe, they mean it as a second, third and forth layers of meanings for this prayer, and they have full right to, and whatever they did, is beautiful,, but these are not literally words of "Awoon d Bashmaya". Actual prayer words are much simpler and straightforward, and close to other versions in other languages. What "karma", what "vibrations"?
internet corner15 (10 months ago)
I love all my prophets but if I never did research this , I knew strongly in my heart that prophet Jesus was not his name but Yeshua peace be upon him was. Where did english names come about to the bible. The hebrew , aramaic and arabic language used by the prophets. They spoke above mention language. God in this three languages is Allah. Those who have change and create seperation of Adam and Eve children , will face almighty god in the hereafter . Lets unite and pray to almighty god and appreciate the prophets , their teachings are us. But there ones who created confusion to disunite us. Don't accept wrong teachings but research it for yourself and the truth will reveal itself unto you Ameen.
Bossladyone2 (10 months ago)
"Jesus was an Only Son" A blessing in prayer. Thank you for prayer and Blessings
deb bee (11 months ago)
Vic, can you check this video? It stops to learn a few times then goes fast and repeats, 3 times, Our Father who art in heaven. Maybe each few words to learn and then full prayer after. Beautiful work deciphering.
Jodi Lloyd (1 year ago)
Isabelle Duchene (1 year ago)
PoWerful truth and not the nonsense That is in a man written book thats called bible . God had no printer. Jesus was a great healer and medium and knew about spirit connections he knew the power of words and how energy works. God bless all who understand the power of true language.
Mervin Gaeb (5 months ago)
Jesus is God in Flesh !!! the Bible is the true word of God regardless the languages .the authors were men filled with the Holy spirity
Timothy Tharp (6 months ago)
Yeshua (Jesus) spoke & Warned us against seeking... How can He be a medium??? When someone tells you to consult mediums and spiritists, who whisper and mutter, should not a people inquire of their G-d? Why consult the dead on behalf of The Living? Consult G-d’s Instruction And The Testimony Of Warning. If Anyone does not speak according To This Word, they have NO light of dawn. Isaiah 8:19-20
joanie Waller (1 year ago)
What does Essene mean?
Gavriel Akhadu (1 year ago)
I cant believe he got 700+ likes, this is syriac, not ancient aramaic!
John Toma (1 year ago)
Isn't this Syriac?
Tina Emelvi (1 year ago)
Not a faithful translation, but a New Age reinterpretation. This prayer can be found online in a number of places, and stems for the most part from books like "Prayers of the Cosmos: Reflections on the Original Meaning of Jesus’s Words" by Neil Douglas-Klotz. From Amazon description: Neil Douglas-Klotz offers a radical new translation of the words of Jesus Christ reinterpreting the Lord’s Prayer and the Beatitudes from the vantage of Middle Eastern mysticism. Read more at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/2012/02/the-original-aramaic-lords-prayer-is-none-of-the-above.html#ljsJYaFoeBlOS54k.99 (Edit: link)
Seeking Truth (1 year ago)
Tina Emelvi That's what I suspected but the Aramaic text resembled the other Aramaic Our Fathertext I have read.
Shel Shenton (1 year ago)
I disagree... there are many ways that Aramaic can be translated, the KJV attempt does not do it justice. http://www.thenazareneway.com/lords_prayer.htm
Dorothy G. Tyas (1 year ago)
The original is far more beautiful! 🕊🕉🕊
Live 4 JESUS (1 year ago)
Interpretation is TOTALLY WRONG. Abun or Avon means Our FATHER. D'Bashmaya definitely means of Heaven
Marites Poster (1 year ago)
Thanks for sharing this one I need to memories
truereality84 (1 year ago)
Interesting it speaks in terms of vibration and karma, very similar to eastern philosophy's and religions
This sounds different from Judeo-Aramaic.
Barnabas Nanna (1 year ago)
Like Jesus said, the most important thing is to ensure your name is written in the book of life so you don't miss heaven. Luke 10:20 , Rev 20:15
Gabbiadini (1 year ago)
whilst the words are different, the message is stil 100% there in the modern english version
Humanity Unite (1 year ago)
thank you so much! God bless,peace and love!
Zakariya Al-zuhairi (1 year ago)
Hello reader! Let me tell you something that this video didnt even mention. The original Aramaic speakers are the Mandaean. Some people might say oh no these guys are too new on their religion. Mendaean people and when i learned and i studied i realized that Jesus was a Mandaean too. He used to speak Aramaic so was everyone before Judaism. Mandaean people are too old and they even have plates made of plumbum with Aramaic words and prays written on them. More than 500B.C (Before The Christ) which is older than all. If you have any question and need an answer don't be shy to comment below. (:
Ajoke Shoyoola (6 months ago)
ZakZy can you please explain further.
strangeloop (1 year ago)
Can I really be forgiven for all sins by God if I repent. Can I? I've done some terrible things in my life and I know it.
Sergeant Gunny (1 year ago)
God loves you!
strangeloop (1 year ago)
Thank you for saying that.
Danielle Rivera (1 year ago)
Is awoon dwashmaya equivilant to the holy spirit
Brian Anderson (1 year ago)
One love universe. Stay meek my family. When eye am week I AM strong. So in tears and reap in joy.
Brian Anderson (1 year ago)
One love universe. Stay meek my family. When eye am week I AM strong. So in tears and reap in joy.
Hebrew Hulk (1 year ago)
Is this how the Achaemenids spoke?
nayinayi1 (1 year ago)
Oh my word, when I found out that Henry the 8th was the original great contributor to the doctrine of the Anglican Church! He even altered the Lord's prayer! My goodness, that is like Trump founding church!!! Knowing that the King's James Bible has this altered version of the Lord's Prayer, makes me wonder!
Evangelina Aguilar (2 years ago)
This is not the correct Lord's prayer. The original prayer for any language with no difference in translation is "Our Father who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil. Amen.
Shel Shenton (1 year ago)
A wee bit of history for you Evangelina Aguilar http://www.thenazareneway.com/lords_prayer.htm
Cindy Yan (1 year ago)
Evangelina Aguilar this is ancient Aramaic... english is just a translated text. there might be few wordings that might be off here and there.. but for the most.. it should match. english didnt even exist back then. its translated for us to giv us a better understanding.
Sheikh Sufian Abdullah (2 years ago)
So many are confused, They forget that the English language was not even conceived when the Lord's prayer was given in Galilean Aramaic. The lord knew several languages when you think about the original scriptures that even predate His birth. As he grew older, he continued learning as the Spirit of GOD was always in Him teaching him and the surroundings he grew up in. Too many people think today always existed back than. such narrow minds today. Consider even the Phoenician language. today the English or should I say, The roman alphabet is still infantile to what we have had for thousands of years. These people to quick to think they know all there is to know about middle eastern languages, yet they have never been over here to study them. As far as you may have a little missed on Jesus being Hebrew, he is more than that. Consider the proclaimed txt of him being from Nazareth. Than also txt referring to Galilee. He was raised multi lingual as many people of the time and now in the area. One has to understand and know where all his disciplines were from and languages that were shared commonly. Thus more understanding will be known to what language and or dialect He really said "The Lord's Prayer", in. +Evangelina Aguilar, You have to understand that the roman alphabet was not even here yet and that translation is from varying stages of translations where in you get that English translation from. Thus,, there's no way that the English translation is word for word as it is 3rd generation translation for your English thinking to understand. ܘܢܬܒܛܠ ܠܟ ܕܬܩܝܡ ܢܦܫܟ ܓܡܝܪܐܝܬ ܩܕܡ ܐܠܗܐ ܦܠܚܐ ܕܠܐ ܒܗܬܬܐ ܕܡܟܪܙ ܬܪܝܨܐܝܬ ܡܠܬܐ ܕܫܪܪܐ
Gilberto Serodio (2 years ago)
Have you ever thought, maybe for a second, that Jesus was Hebrew and that he did not speak any modern language?
Matthew Ralphs (2 years ago)
Wow the pronunciation of this is amazing. Makes a change to all the other videos out there which just us modern Syriac Aramaic. Thanks!
Sheikh Sufian Abdullah (2 years ago)
sadly the old Galilean Aramaic is fading away, thus what's left is a few dialects and Syriac Aramaic. The enemies of God are trying to wipe all off the face of the earth as they have tried with Phoenician., ܘܢܬܒܛܠ ܠܟ ܕܬܩܝܡ ܢܦܫܟ ܓܡܝܪܐܝܬ ܩܕܡ ܐܠܗܐ ܦܠܚܐ ܕܠܐ ܒܗܬܬܐ ܕܡܟܪܙ ܬܪܝܨܐܝܬ ܡܠܬܐ ܕܫܪܪܐ
Tracy Jones (2 years ago)
thank you, this is very interesting
philf (2 years ago)
But why is your translation so different from the rest of the worlds. I have researched this extensively so that I could pray correctly in English. I try in Aramaic but I don't want to butcher the Lord's Prayer it's disrespectful
David T (1 year ago)
Eigna it's assyrian and it's very close to old aramaic but the accent and dialect is different. It's more tonal and focuses more on tone and inflection
Hassan Whiteside (2 years ago)
+Eigna I am also looking
Eigna (2 years ago)
did you ever find out why this one is so different...I am wondering as well. please share if you found the answer. thanks either way!
Maiku (2 years ago)
Allahu Akbar
ergosysernestman (2 years ago)
Hi, I want to know if you have a video or photo from the stone where this was writed. That could be a better evidence. Hola, quiero saber si tiene un video o fotografía de la piedra donde esto fue escrito. Esta podría ser una mejor evidencia.
yowzee (2 years ago)
You're very confused. If you want to learn, go the website linked above.
Shony Kelet (2 years ago)
Really beautiful, iafé m´od! Todah rabah for this.
strangeloop (2 years ago)
'All realms of sound, light and vibration'. The original lords prayer is referencing quantum physics and string theory.
Amarandum Valdamaris (18 days ago)
Um, no. Does any ancient use of the word 'vibration' automatically mean those people knew about physics? Also, study of sound wouldn't be categorized under quantum physics.
Olives And Pearls (1 year ago)
Zen Mate actually, what you're referring to is the Golden rule and it comes from "love your neighbor as yourself" which is from scripture. I'm sorry for any bad experience the church has brought you. However, I can promise, God is real and He does love you.
Zen Mate (1 year ago)
Geon, I'm a woman, actually i'm trans. also, i grew up believing in god because my parents and culture told me to. now i know its not fact. In fact i dare say its BS. I live by: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. which makes me a pacifist. has nothing to do with moses jesus or mohamed.
Sergeant Gunny (1 year ago)
Zen Mate Hope God shows you the truth that will make you can't deny no more just like he did to me. I was not believing this hard, speaking all the theorys and blahblah just like you. I pray for you brother. Now is Urgent time
Zen Mate (1 year ago)
no it isn't. if you asked jesus, or all the scientists who were around back then in the Middle East or elsewhere around the globe what an atom is, they wont be able to tell you. And oh, what about dark matter. if jesus "god" is so smart, may be the good book can tell us what happens inside a black hole? don't think so, don't even try. its a nice sounding language though. can't argue with that.
a (2 years ago)
Amazing! I just heard the word Nisiuna "left us". When the Arabic language appeared the word pronounceation became Nasuna, but in nowadays dialect in Lebanon and Syria the word is pronounced as in Aramaic language. What a loop in the languages :)
WOW so much of the what writings, form The Bible must surely be very lost in translation , it's good we can know though Its essential meaning , that Jesus the Son of God is able and willing to save us , from certain calmity , by faith inHim through the Grace of God I understand it that way Prises and reverence and most certainly due to Christ , He didnt even have to go any of what He went though , but He did and WOW how fortunate are we ! , for we could never ever , save ourselves from the World Sin Dept ! not even our own Sin Depts which we all have . God bless and thank you for this video :)
Wonderful isn't it :) Beuty true , indeed :) God bless you too :)
strangeloop (2 years ago)
Agreed, it's a beautiful prayer. God bless you.
Dalia Burgoin (2 years ago)
I'm going to listen to this over and over until I have it memorized. Thanks!
Shinas Noushad (4 months ago)
me too, me too.. 😍😍😍 and I'm Muslim.
Jasmiena Jansen (8 months ago)
Dalia Burgoin Me too
Gavriel Akhadu (1 year ago)
Dont do it, this is syriac and not aramaic!
yowzee (2 years ago)
+Dalia Burgoin They're beautiful words to have memorized and to repeat over and over, again. Great idea.
mott_j17 j17 (2 years ago)
what dialect of aramaic is this? east? west? modern? old?... i would love to learn it
David T (1 year ago)
yowzee its assyrian I speak it
yowzee (2 years ago)
+James Mott You might find out if you go the website where this was sourced from. Its link is provided in the vid and the comments section. It doesn't say so at the site, but perhaps there's a way to contact them to ask that question, if you really want to dig. Addendum: http://www.thenazareneway.com/lords_prayer.htm It just says "ancient Aramaic" on that page.
rebel oneal (2 years ago)
Sadly what most Educated worldly trained scalars don't understand is Jesus The Christ of God was never a Jew or Khazar Jesus was Judean from the blood line of Judah making Jesus from Mary's blood line a Judeans..All Ancient Judeans are not Khazar's. the Khazar's came from the Ishmaelites Hagar's son Ishmael the birth of modern day Muslim or Islamic religions; it's why Muslims hate Jews and Jews hate Muslims..Genesis 16:11,12..
Timothy Tharp (6 months ago)
,for Salvation Is From the Jews. Yochanan 4:22 you will say then, “Branches were broken off so that i could be Grafted In.” Granted. But they were broken off because of unbelief, and you stand by Faith. Do Not be arrogant, But Tremble. For if Elohim did not spare the natural branches, He Will Not spare you either. Consider Therefore The Kindness And Sternness Of Elohim: Sternness to those who fell, But Kindness to you, Provided that you continue In His Kindness. Otherwise, you Also Will Be Cut off.  Romans 11:20-22
sowra youil (2 years ago)
I speak Aramaic
Seeking Truth (1 year ago)
sowra youil Ancient Aramaic?
Josh M (2 years ago)
+Ben Campbell There's several different dialects of Aramaic speakers with different pronunciations. It's kind of like southern american english vs yankee english.
sowra youil (2 years ago)
+Ben Campbell but either way is correct because everyone who speaks Aramaic will understand you
sowra youil (2 years ago)
+Ben Campbell there are many different pronunciation. For example I say Awoon rather than Aboon
Tim Monahan (2 years ago)
Scowling Wolf (2 years ago)
FULL DisclosureNow (2 years ago)
Thank you so much. This version makes sense. That king james really destroyed so much, that control freak kept all the secrets for the monarchy
Judith Goggans (1 year ago)
king james was black its been proven, they jus white washed him
sheridan enano (3 years ago)
oh nice language and the parayer feels much better
Lubana140 (3 years ago)
Malshoota??  In what Aramaic dialect?  We say "malchuta" with a "kh" like in "l'chaim"!
infinite pax (1 year ago)
Lubana140 in hebrew one
Basin (3 years ago)
I am so happy I found this, In my heart I knew the greek and romans had something to do with arranging the text as they did with many other writing they found to suit themselves. I like to read the Bible in its purest form, its untouch for as I remember it when Jesus walked among the people and thought valuable lessons, which are taken in so many ways. His words are so powerful, and needs to stay in its oraginal state, only the wise will understand why. To many of you please never stop searching for truth, so this earth can be forever changed for the better, This is a powerful prayer.
Matěj Jureček (3 months ago)
Healourplanet 247 but do you know that the original Our Father comes from Greek as the gospels were written in Greek?
Catgirl (3 years ago)
i like the real version much better, it's sad that the original is no longer taught. i think i'm going to write it down and learn it.
Lilya Zamoshnikov (4 months ago)
Same here. I wrote down the original. :)
Lyle McComber (3 years ago)
Amen Lord Yahshua
Sudhakar Deshmukh (2 months ago)
Robert Elliott-Lang (3 years ago)
After reading this and seeing how beautiful it is I wonder has someone translated the whole bible direct from the Aramaic?…Anyone know??
Joe M (3 years ago)
+Joe M Which is to say that the version of the LordsPrayer/Our Father/Pater Noster that we find today in Matthew could have originally been written in Aramaic or Hebrew and perhaps translated not only into Koine, but directly into Latin. Jerome said that the author who might have translated Matthew into Koine before his time was unknown.
Joe M (3 years ago)
+Robert Elliott-Lang The only book of the new testament that MIGHT have been written in Aramaic or Hebrew was Matthew. Saint Jerome is alleged to have said that there were still Hebrew ( or possibly Aramaic which the early Church fathers might have considered a "Hebrew dialect") manuscripts of Matthew in the library of Caesarea when he was translating the Bible into the Vulgate (Latin) in the late 4th Century. The rest was written in Koine. In the Old Testament, parts of Ezra, Daniel and Jeremiah were written in Aramaic and the rest in Second Temple era Hebrew.
Robert Elliott-Lang (3 years ago)
The Original Lords Prayer Translated direct from Ancient Aramaic Oh Thou, from whom the Breath of life comes, who fills all realms of Sound, Light and Vibration. May your Light be experienced in my utmost holiest. Your Heavenly Domain approaches. Let your will come true-in the Universe (all that’s vibrates) Just as on Earth (that is material and dense) Give us Wisdom (understanding experience) for our daily need, Detach the fetters of fault that bind us,(karma)like we let go the guilt of others. Let us not be lost in superficial things(materialism, common temptations), But let us be freed from that which keeps us from our true purpose. From you comes the all-working will,the Lively strength to act, The song that Beautifies all and renews itself from age to age. Sealed in Trust, Faith and Truth (I confirm with my entire being.)
Frank Medrocillo (1 year ago)
Robert Elliott-Lang Wow. you translate all that? that should great in English too. never heard such prayer.
Ayatrollah Ali (3 years ago)
So the Lord's Prayer is not the "our father" that we say in English today?
strangeloop (2 years ago)
it's kind of the same prayer, but I think it misses some of the major themes behind the original version from Christ. God bless you.
Michael Carrasquillo (3 years ago)
+Ayatrollah Ali It is. It's just that the prayer spoken in English is the King James version so it's worded differently but the message is the same. :)
DarConall (3 years ago)
Does this language have anything to do with Arabic? I speak Arabic in the South- Lebanese dialect and although I don't really understand this ancient Aramaic I feel like I know this language, like I'm putting references between the two.  Of course South-Lebanon is close to Nazareth and the Arabic spoken there isn't like it's spoken in Saudi-Arabia for example, it could be influenced by the language I'm hearing now making me think I know it... 
the dark age (2 months ago)
+T. Burke Edwards modern hebrew alphabets is aramic the old hebrew alphabets is like drawing you can see it in the samaritans torah
T. Burke Edwards (3 years ago)
+DarConall Aramaic is part of the Northwest Semitic subfamily, which also includes Canaanite languages such as Hebrew and Phoenician. The Aramaic script was widely adopted for other languages and is ancestral to both the Arabic and modern Hebrew alphabets. Modern Aramaic is spoken today as a first language by many scattered, predominantly small, and largely isolated communities of differing Christian, Jewish, and Mandean ethnic groups of West Asia, including Eastern Saudi Arabia.
T.C. Bramblett (3 years ago)
+DarConall of course, Aramaic is closely related to Arabic, They are both of the Semitic language family, also related to Syriac, Hebrew, Amharic, etc.
daisilui (4 years ago)
yowzee, can you provide details on the source of this version of the English translation that you label as the 'original content'? Why is it so different from the more classical translations of the Lord's Prayer that can be found in other similar videos showing the same Aramaic words of the prayer?
daisilui (2 years ago)
+Tim Monahan i started here some time ago; since then i've stumbled {?} upon the teaching of non-duality that put my understanding of the gospel of Jesus in a new light. There are quite a few non-duality teachers on youtube, more or less honest [with themselves, firstly] and more or less graced with the gift of teaching.  The main problem for a 'beginner' is that there's no guidance on what to listen to first and what next [a kind of a 101 course]; however, pretty much every discourse on the theme deals with the same basic reality of 'all is One', including you [who are not a separate individual living in a hostile world where you have to fend for yourself and live a life dictated by fear and desire, as the society conditioned you to believe]. Hope this would help. Oh, yes...besides the clasics [Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadata] i like Rupert Spira, Francis Lucille and Mooji- to some extent; check them out. Also Eckhart Tolle may be helpful for a while; anyway, all look at the same thing from different angles. Caution: it is easy to get lost and become a collector of knowledge and a critic [things that feed the mind and the ego] rather than a 'practitioner' of being= a 'liver' [not the anatomical organ] of life.
Tim Monahan (2 years ago)
+yowzee appreciated, i understand things need to be experienced to be fully realised. thanks for pointing me in the right direction :-)
yowzee (2 years ago)
+Tim Monahan It will help to have a frame of reference to the book I mentioned, but reflecting on the "Law of One" article with another run through should shed more light. It does explain quite a bit, but sometimes, esoteric thoughts take time to digest. Imagine a drop of water.  It has its own laws on a molecular level.   When it joins the ocean, it has another subset of laws to flow with the current.   It still has to obey its molecular laws and now the ocean's laws.  If the ocean deviates from its own laws, (which nature does not even conceive of, only man does) it will self-destruct, because it is still under The Law which is always in flux trying to maintain order.  The Law is the Law of all laws which can not be corrupted no matter what willful minds or egos do to manipulate laws, such as the Egyptians did in Moses' view.  I'm not sure if this was one of the points where you needed clarity, but there is much more in the article that a re-read should be able to reveal far better than I can here.  As for the book:  I found it on Amazon:   The Gospel of the Essenes: The Unknown Books of the Essenes / Lost Scrolls of the Essene Brotherhood Paperback – December 3, 2004 by Edmond Bordeaux Szekely (Editor, Translator) I bought it for $13.95 many moons ago at a bookstore.  It's very pricey at Amazon, for some reason, but that is the exact title I have.
Tim Monahan (2 years ago)
+yowzee thanks, i will look at the Essene gospel of peace.i would be interested in reading that book you have too, or know somewhere i could purchase it. ive read the gospel of thomas, very interesting, ill go back and check it some more. i went through that website and read something interesting on the 'one law' something that the Essenes have practised since moses discovered it. it was saying that he communicated and learnt this law from the forces of nature but it didnt go into any specifics. id like to learn more if you can elaborate but ill start with those links. you can contact me on [email protected] if you'd like too contact me directly
yowzee (2 years ago)
+Tim Monahan You're welcome! Definitely check out the website. It is a great place to start. It is an incredible resource. Under ~ The Sacred and Apocryphal Texts ~ heading you can find "The Essene Gospel of Peace" (and I have a book named "The Gospel of the Essenes by Szekely if that interests you) to elaborate on communal practices which are so different from church as we know it! It shocks people to learn that "Mother Earth" is included in worship. Then, if you haven't already read it, the "Gospel of Thomas" is a good one to start with if you're interested in the Master's actual thoughts or words as told by Thomas. That gospel, as you may know, didn't make it into the King James cut. I hope this helps.
welshpete12 (4 years ago)
This is beautiful,  and a eye opener for me !
Tzedakah Bat Eliyah (4 years ago)
H5144 נזר nâzar BDB Definition: 1) to dedicate, consecrate, separate 1a) (Niphal) to dedicate oneself, devote oneself 1b) (Hiphil) to keep sacredly separate 2) (Hiphil) to be a Nazarite, live as a Nazarite Part of Speech: verb A Related Word by BDB/Strong’s Number: a primitive root Same Word by TWOT Number: 1340
Yamanistudies (4 years ago)
If Yeshu' was an Essene, that means that anyone who rejected his teachings was misguided and the modern day Christian as well as the Jew have lost the way.
Seeking Truth (1 year ago)
Yamanistudies There is no evidence that he was an Essene. And modern Jews are wrong of because they follow rabbinic Judaism which came from the pharisees which Master Yeshua criticised.
Maria Ortiz (4 years ago)
We all have lost our way.
Yamanistudies (4 years ago)
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laurissima22 (4 years ago)
Serena S (4 years ago)
Thank you! Can you kindly provide the Act of Contrition, as well? I cannot find it. Peace be with you.
Serena S (4 years ago)
I guess that would make sense, wouldn't it?! :) thanks again
yowzee (4 years ago)
You're welcome!  The Catholic Act of Contrition does not have any translation to trace back to Yeshua's time.  It was originally written by a Reverend in the 19th century.  Peace be with you, too.
mamc1986 (4 years ago)
Aramaic is spoken by the modern-day Assyrian.   If Jesus spoken it, its either because it was used for a method of communication or because he grew up speaking it, but then had to use Latin because that area was conquered by the Romans by the time he grew up. Meaning the Assyrians must have had some influence over the land Jesus was born in, and then it went onto being influenced by the Romans.  So I can see where and why people would debate about what language Jesus spoken.  Maybe it was illegal for the Jews to speak their native language?  Most of the time in the days of Jesus, Jews used the Hebrew language for scholarly purposes, it almost became a dead language or was one for many years, until the state of Israel was founded. So what explains King Herod?  Simple, he was of the Jewish religion and was allowed to rule over his people, despite being an ethnic Arab due to his mom being one.  I'm sure somewhere along the lines, Assyrians allowed their influence to be moderate over peoples, because it was easier for them to use their conquered people's kings to dictate their moves. 
Rudy Carrera (3 years ago)
That's definitely worth a good, deep thought.
Joe M (3 years ago)
+Joe M Also remember that the bible describing both Joseph and Jesus as "carpenters in Nazareth" may have been an attempt to show that Jesus came form the absolute lowest levels of society by Greco-Roman standards. A tradesman like a carpenter was equal with a house slave or lower. There has been some speculation that Joseph and Jeuss did not work as carpenters in Nazareth, which was too small, but as craftsmen and perhaps even what we would call contractors today on the rebuilding of Sepphoris by Herod Antipas. Joseph may have even been fairly well off because there was apparently a substantial nouveau riche class of Jews in the city who replaced the old priestly class who had supposedly been killed off in a series of rebellion and invasions.
Joe M (3 years ago)
+Rudy Carrera Remember that there are millions if not tens of millions of pretty much illiterate non-Arabic speakers who have memorized the entire Qu'ran in Classical Arabic and as such, have at least some understanding of what says.
Rudy Carrera (3 years ago)
+Joe M It's actually refreshing to have an interesting dialog in a comment section. Too many are cesspools. This one is turning out to be interesting the more I read, even if I don't agree with everything.
Rudy Carrera (3 years ago)
He would have read the Torah in Aramaic, as the scrolls had Aramaic commentary, from what I understand.  For the common reader, it is a bit like mouthing Latin to someone who didn't understand it, and then commenting in the vernacular. I do agree that Jesus would have probably understood liturgical Hebrew as He surely attended services every opportunity He had.  Having said that, we don't really know if Jesus was classically educated by the Pharisees, who may have been the sole experts in classical Hebrew at the time. Because Jesus also worked in Gentile regions, I posit, and most people of the Greek Orthodox Churches in Jerusalem and surrounding region, that Jesus would have had to have spoken Greek for purposes of work, not merely to deal with tax collectors, but to deal with communities of businessmen whose language would have been Koine, the one of International trade.
Gate Keeper (5 years ago)
On Pentecost the Apostles spoke in every tongue to the amazement of the crowd that heard them speaking. Every person recognized their own language being spoken...God was showing that He wanted All languages to know him each in their own tongue and that NO language was or is special. 
xMusicMamix (5 years ago)
This is the language of The Lord......learn it
Compte Monsuor (5 years ago)
Amen Brother...Keep it coming! [Are you Assyrian?]

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