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Thread: Does "the Whole Earth" Mean "the Whole Planet" In Scripture?

  1. #11
    Looks a bit Big Sugar the West Indies and Alexander Hamilton Czar Nicolas might had some influence with those early Confederate Statesmen If South Carolina’s current state flag is a blue version of the red Sovereign-Secession Confederate flag from the Civil War. The most basic question is not what is best, but who shall decide what is best. The Spanish melting pot a Hebrew Moorish mash up With a Roman Grecco shadow the Great monotheistic religions explaining nothing more then Kings Sultans & Queens profiteering in Gods name.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by xparte View Post
    ...nothing more then Kings Sultans & Queens profiteering in Gods name.
    Its like maybe at some point they forgot who they were working for, if they ever were working for anyone other than themselves. Or maybe some of them were only ever working for themselves and only gave lip service to the God of Christ as a front to build an audience among the free with hopes of turning the free into captives. In shepherding (i.e. to be a hero) souls, one sets good ensample rather than exhibiting the characteristics of a bad ex-ample who ex-ited the original set or got cast out and took up a lead role in a fig leaf cage.
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  3. #13
    Most reside on ancient statues. Church its shepherding [cover ups]that fig leaf cage is like the Man,s garden its deliberate ignorance of God. tiger in the cage stalking evangelism shepherding hate with scripture .When one stops searching for Truth he stops being free in Christ as God is truth who better encourage truth then Christ seeking Christ is not seeking religion yet Man has used Biblical words as his religious debate and conquest leaving truth for a Religion or picking a truth that suits his debate. Placing Christ before religion ends ones internal doubt about religious motive he who controls God is a Church debate .Each step in truth is a day without self debate.

  4. #14
    earth (n.)

    Old English eorþe "ground, soil, dirt, dry land; country, district," also used (along with middangeard) for "the (material) world, the abode of man" (as opposed to the heavens or the underworld), from Proto-Germanic *ertho (source also of Old Frisian erthe "earth," Old Saxon ertha, Old Norse jörð, Middle Dutch eerde, Dutch aarde, Old High German erda, German Erde, Gothic airþa), perhaps from an extended form of PIE root *er- (2) "earth, ground." The earth considered as a planet was so called from c. 1400. Use in old chemistry is from 1728. Earth-mover "large digging machine" is from 1940.

    earth (v.)

    "to commit (a corpse) to earth," late 14c., from earth (n.). Related: Earthed; earthing.


    planet (n.)

    late Old English planete, from Old French planete (Modern French planète), from Late Latin planeta, from Greek planetes, from (asteres) planetai "wandering (stars)," from planasthai "to wander," a word of uncertain etymology.

    Perhaps from a nasalized form of PIE root *pele- (2) "flat; to spread," on the notion of "spread out," "but the semantics are highly problematic," according to Beekes, who notes the similarity of meaning to Greek plazein "to make devious, repel, dissuade from the right path, bewilder," but adds, "it is hard to think of a formal connection."

    So called because they have apparent motion, unlike the "fixed" stars. Originally including also the moon and sun; modern scientific sense of "world that orbits a star" is from 1630s. An enlarged form of Greek planes, planetos "who wanders around, wanderer," also "wandering star, planet," in medicine "unstable temperature."



    world (n.)

    Old English woruld, worold "human existence, the affairs of life," also "a long period of time," also "the human race, mankind, humanity," a word peculiar to Germanic languages (cognates: Old Saxon werold, Old Frisian warld, Dutch wereld, Old Norse verold, Old High German weralt, German Welt), with a literal sense of "age of man," from Proto-Germanic *weraldi-, a compound of *wer "man" (Old English wer, still in werewolf; see virile) + *ald "age" (from PIE root *al- (2) "to grow, nourish").

    Originally "life on earth, this world (as opposed to the afterlife)," sense extended to "the known world," then to "the physical world in the broadest sense, the universe" (c. 1200). In Old English gospels, the commonest word for "the physical world," was Middangeard (Old Norse Midgard), literally "the middle enclosure" (see yard (n.1)), which is rooted in Germanic cosmology. Greek kosmos in its ecclesiastical sense of "world of people" sometimes was rendered in Gothic as manaseþs, literally "seed of man." The usual Old Norse word was heimr, literally "abode" (see home). Words for "world" in some other Indo-European languages derive from the root for "bottom, foundation" (such as Irish domun, Old Church Slavonic duno, related to English deep); the Lithuanian word is pasaulis, from pa- "under" + saul? "sun."

    Original sense in world without end, translating Latin saecula saeculorum, and in worldly. Latin saeculum can mean both "age" and "world," as can Greek ai?n. Meaning "a great quantity or number" is from 1580s. Out of this world "surpassing, marvelous" is from 1928; earlier it meant "dead." World Cup is by 1951; U.S. baseball World Series is by 1893 (originally often World's Series). World power in the geopolitical sense first recorded 1900. World-class is attested from 1950, originally of Olympic athletes.

    *pele- (1)

    *pel?-, Proto-Indo-European root meaning "to fill," with derivatives referring to abundance and multitude.

    *pele- (2)

    *pel?-, Proto-Indo-European root meaning "flat; to spread."



    There can only be one plane-t. Then you have whats above and whats below.

  5. #15
    Kingdoms Realms or Estates Those troublemakers left their first statehood gave up their rank or position, in addition to their "habitation" (residence) in exchange for some wicked thing they desired. Now, as a result, they are enjoying their 2nd estate--in chains. The Angels are domiciled but no man can be We can therefore have no "legal home" or "domicile" or “residence” anywhere other than exclusively within the Kingdom of Heaven and not within the jurisdiction of any corrupted earthly government. Our only law is God's law and Common law, which is based on God's law. Those people who are not governed [ONLY] by GOD and His laws will be ruled by tyrants.” and become persons "A free people [claim] their rights as derived from the laws of nature [God and His laws], and not as the gift of their chief magistrate [or any government law]." William wild bill Penn and Tom Old Hickory Jefferson we the people before the ink was dry became permanently chained as citizens residence and reserved. How soon the Peoples forget We are only temporarily here and the Kingdom of Heaven is where we intend to return and live permanently. Returning lawfully whats our nature of GOD duty free shopping for redemption in a quiet heavenly neighborhood. Legal domicile is based only on intent, not on physical presence,physical presence is with the intent to make California home that physical appearance presence cures ones misinformed intent? Its only "domicile" which establishes one's legal and tax "home". No one but us can establish our "intent" and this is the express intent. Neither can we as Redeeming People of the true God permit our “domicile” to be subject to change under any circumstances, even when coerced. To admit that there is a "permanent home" or "place of abode" anywhere on earth is to admit that there is no afterlife, no God, and that this earth is as good as it gets, which is a depressing prospect indeed that conflicts with our True beliefs. , so this is definitely not a place we would want to call a permanent home or a domicile: Originally "life on earth, this world (as opposed to the afterlife)," sense extended to "the known world," making ones intent is both physical and spiritual exercise within free will. God,s community has no residential gates and your the gatekeeper to your own intent."the physical world," was Middangeard (Old Norse Midgard), literally "the middle enclosure" whats between your ears is your globe the abode of man. head first as it were good revisit Walter

  6. #16
    Clearly, everywhere there's a central bank is part of the "Whole Earth." And any nation without a cartel-controlled bank isn't.

    I probably ask this for more than just myself, who cast the Mimblewimble spell on you, xparte?
    Last edited by marcel; 06-20-19 at 12:12 PM.

  7. #17
    A near-perfect document in the words of Benjamin Franklin in 1744
    to a collection of colonists discussing freedom he said to them.
    If the nation to the north can form a near-perfect union that has endured for centuries why cannot we form a perfect union? The Iroquois Confederacy and that's where the Constitution of a Republic Nation was born 1840s stripping away of a Nations Consitutional freedoms by developing the corporation or redeveloping YOU on the Peoples Paper the 1870s that's when Congress started giving the bank's the right to rule and of course you go on to 1913 and the beginning of the 20th century that's officially gave away the power of our economy bankruptcy of a now Paper Nation Central Bank's they can print the money for us dead corporate pledges yet according to The Peoples Constitution some corporate congress we the persons a Nation without People.1844 that a central Mimblewimble bank is necessary to ... the comity of trading nations affecting nearly the whole earth's population."Common interest impels sovereigns to mutual intercourse between sovereign states private international laws are grounded in the need in modern times.to facilitate the flow of wealth, skills and people across state lines in a fair and orderly manner. I probably ask this for more than just myself, who cast the Mimblewimble spell on you, xparte? all of the above as I am my own Nation

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by xparte View Post
    A near-perfect document in the words of Benjamin Franklin in 1744
    to a collection of colonists discussing freedom he said to them.
    If the nation to the north can form a near-perfect union that has endured for centuries why cannot we form a perfect union? The Iroquois Confederacy and that's where the Constitution of a Republic Nation was born 1840s stripping away of a Nations Consitutional freedoms by developing the corporation or redeveloping YOU on the Peoples Paper the 1870s that's when Congress started giving the bank's the right to rule and of course you go on to 1913 and the beginning of the 20th century that's officially gave away the power of our economy bankruptcy of a now Paper Nation Central Bank's they can print the money for us dead corporate pledges yet according to The Peoples Constitution some corporate congress we the persons a Nation without People.1844 that a central Mimblewimble bank is necessary to ... the comity of trading nations affecting nearly the whole earth's population."Common interest impels sovereigns to mutual intercourse between sovereign states private international laws are grounded in the need in modern times.to facilitate the flow of wealth, skills and people across state lines in a fair and orderly manner. I probably ask this for more than just myself, who cast the Mimblewimble spell on you, xparte? all of the above as I am my own Nation
    Great balance xparte!

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