Thursday, June 17, 2010

Ahdam, The Making of Man

The Anglish word "Ahdam" (or more commonly “Adam”) refers to the first governance of human kind, "Man", not the first "human". A "human" refers to the "hue-of-Man" or "the fundamental component thereof". The scriptures never refer to Ahdam as a human.

"Ahdam" literally means, "the gathering of the spirit". It is referring to a time when the "dust" (common logic) and the "water" (issues of life) were finally mixed as a "clay" and into the form of a governance for the behavior of all homo sapiens, the governance presumed for all people.


Ancient Anglo words, once called Anglish and now called English, were formed from sounds. Like most ancient languages, the sound of a syllable carried an inferred meaning that was used to create a word. A word carried a thought once considered to be a "spell" cast into the mind, thus words are "spelled" not merely from letters (each of which used to represent a meaning in itself), but once, more often from the sounds that relayed meanings. Today we would call it conceptual phonetics.

In Hebrew, the spelling for Ahdam, is אדם (or ADM). The three Hebrew letters each have a meaning that formed the ancient Anglish words involved.

א - Aleph is the word we use to speak of the initiating sound “ah” or more phonically, “uh”. It is called a “glottal stop” and even though it is considered a vowel in English, was considered a consonant in Hebrew because it had no designated vowel sound following the initial “ghe” noise from the throat. It represents “the first” and in Greek is called “alpha”. Today, in English it is simply, “A”, the first letter of our alphabet.

The sound/syllable "ah" in almost all ancient Anglo/Anglish/English referred to what is more often referred to as "initial spirit", “inspiration”, the "inner energy", motion, or effort within something.

The sound “ah” became synonymous with the idea of initial effort or spirit through the concept that all things begin with effort (i.e. “spirit” or “energy”). It is also associated with the idea of initial enlightenment or the "spark of wisdom", as used in the word, "Buddha". “YAH” being the more formally accepted concept of First Cause, an agreement in spirit or a covenant, is now often used to mean merely, “yes, I agree”.

In addition our "ghe" sound also came from that same glottal-stop sound and also referred to initiating spirit, as in "ghe-host" (spirit-host, ghost), "ghe-oh" (to move, esprit, go), and even “ghe-odd” (a unique circumventing/determining spirit, god).

ד - Daleth (or more properly spelled, “Dalet”) is the fourth letter in the Hebrew alphabet and when used as an individual sound means door, gate, or dam. The concept is of something that opens or stops an otherwise free flow (of spirit in this case). To translate into more common understanding, it is merely a “holding or gathering device”.

ם - Mim, the 13th letter (in English, “M”), represents "water" (by modern translation), which in concept and by metaphor represents the flow of spirit (hence the common, “Holy Water” concern, “walking on the water”, “dividing the waters”, “calming the waters/sea”, and so on...).

When the two letters דם are put together, they form the concept of a water/spirit dam. The sound/syllable "dam" in Anglish referred to the familiar modern English concept of a "water dam" in that "dam" meant a flow being "held into place", the flow of spirit/effort. The more Latin concept of a damn being a curse is that same concept, a stagnate influence upon a person, people, or place. "Damn" still carries that concept today. "Dame", referring to the female, carried the same concept of a fixed divergent influence over the male and a curse for his rational thinking.

The two concepts of "Ah" and "dam" when put together (אדם = ADM) spell the concept of a spirit that is "dammed up into one entity" or "gathered and held into place". Such is the very concept of a Constitution for a government and is fastened by agreement or covenant, “YAH”.

But how is a constitution or agreed upon effort to govern ever formed? The bits of common understanding ("grounds", "dust") are mixed with the issues/concerns/spirit of the day ("waters"). Together they form the "clay" from which covenant documents such as the US Constitution were formed.

The people's perception of need (clarity of Hope and Threat - The Principle) is what inspires and forms the clay into an agreement and a living entity, a governance with influence and survival responses, a manifestation, or “Man”. The perception of need is Man's God and his maker, the maker of Ahdam. The perception of need, of Hope and Threat, is what creates all other spirit/effort as well.

Ahdam was designed to be in a similar pattern (image) to The Principle (Elohim) that represents the union of all true principles. Ahdam was the government formed by mutual agreement, not unlike the US Constitution.

Paradise Lost
The agreement came about via that Principle that tends to propel man into finding agreement (good/harmony), but it does it through a display of the consequences of disagreement (evil). Eventually Ahdam (the government) chose to try to create and inspire by displaying disagreement (terrorism) so as to inspire agreement (the knowledge of good and evil) and thus "be as God". Due to such a behavior, Ahdam destroyed paradise. Governments attempt the same today.

Ahdam, the US Constitution, and the Constitution of Rational Harmony were formed with all of this in mind, and more.

Elohim, YAH, the covenant, the agreement of ALL causes is the creator

Nature, Man, and the world of Man is the created.

Science agrees.

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