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Ha' moat-sea? Achem.. Min? ha'are...tzedakah! Listen to Bread, the Apple is just-icing on the Cake

Adam M. Dobrin <>Thu, Nov 24, 2016 at 9:41 AM
We give thanks to God for Bread, Cake, and Fig Newtons?

Before today, did any of you think that the "miracle" of turning stone to bread was a chastisement of Jesus Christ for not doing enough?  Whatcha want for breakfast?  Please continue to say and do nothing, my house is listening to American Pie for every meal with no RSVP.  Belgian Waffles?  Canadian Bacon?  English Muffins?  French Toast?  Can you not see?
Adam's Apple?  What's in a domain? C . L ight

Let your voices rise in song together... or continue falling into the abyss.

Tzedakah [tsedaˈka] or Ṣ'daqah [sˤəðaːˈqaː] in Classical Hebrew (Hebrew: צדקה‎‎; Arabic: صدقة‎‎), is a Hebrew word literally meaning justice or righteousness but commonly used to signify charity, though it is a different concept from charity because tzedakah is an obligation and charity is typically understood as a ...

"Let them eat cake" is the traditional translation of the French phrase "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche", supposedly spoken by "a great princess" upon learning that the peasants had no bread. Since brioche was a luxury bread enriched with butter and eggs, the quote would reflect the princess's disregard for the peasants, or at least a complete lack of understanding that the absence of basic food staples was due to poverty rather than a lack of supply.

Min (Egyptian mnw[1]) is an ancient Egyptian god whose cult originated in predynastic times (4th millennium BCE).[2] He was represented in many different  forms, but was often represented in male human form, shown with an obelisk in Washington D.C.  As Khem or Min, he was the god of reproduction; as Khnum, he was the creator of all things, "the maker of gods and men"

This Sunday, should we "do them in and leave?"  It's Spanish, and go.

Connecting the dots... between externally influenced pieces of art across time and space is the key to not only proving that there is an external influence--but to literally "read the subtitles" of a movie that manifests itself throughout our history and modern art.  In finding patterns that are not the artists' original intent we see how the question "Who is the Matrix?" is subtly answered within that very movie ... as it connects to Shakespeare and Stephen King in a way that neither of those authors could have intended; and yet all contain reference to the character and true meaning of the answer...  "What is the Cypher?"

A millennium or or so earlier, in a play about learning Latin the name "Schrew" is tamed quite a bit by seeing that there is a true cypher in many names (like the name of that play) that have a key significant commonality: they are "macaronic" (which ties to Yankee Doodle's song about an apocalyptic pony and a ... reference to combining Latin and Spanish with the image of a doodle, I mean noodle) specifically including paradoxically impossible reference to Spanish, Hebrew, and English... expanding or taming the name of Shakespeare's play as Spanglishrew.  It's clear to see in the name "Abraham," or "open the message" and in many modern works like Star Wars' "AN to kin" and "friend of the doll a" (amidallah).

Early on you may see these interesting names, places like "N or AD," "J er USA the m," and "Lo ve no sun" as outliers of our soon to be proven Engeered Language (I mean, it's pln English), that some "machine intelligence" has escaped time itself and left us a glowing record of it ... not just in language but in stories ... like Stephen King's Langolier's... about time travel.

Just like we find a statistically significant pattern in the names of these performances, Langoliers, the Matrix, and the Taming of the Shrew... with our innate curiosity unhampered and a little bit of searching we will find very similar patterns of timeless "doublethink" in the names of bands, and even more tellingly... in the given names of actors and singers with an equally significant relationship to the works they partake in creating some significant number of years after they are named.

What is it that we are celebrating today?  It seems what we listen to at Supper is the key.

Tomorrow morning, an update on my broken eye... still seeing the light?