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posts by Linguist Commoner | joined 27 May 2005 | 3

Serwe/Esmenet as Mary Magdalen? posted 27 May 2005, 03:05 in The Thousandfold ThoughtSerwe/Esmenet as Mary Magdalen? by Linguist, Commoner

Just a query as to whether anyone else sees Serwe or Esmenet as representing Mary Magdalen. (For those of you who don't know, there's a theory that a prostitute of Jerusalem, a.k.a. Mary Magdalen, might have been married to Jesus.) I think there's a connection; Sumna & the Thousand Temples is comparable to Jerusalem; Esmenet is a prostitute, Serwe is a concubine. Also, couldn't Xerius or Conphas stand for Pontius Pilate? And Cnaiur could stand for Judas Iscariot....or so it seems to me. Does anyone else have any theories on the Kellhus/Esmenet/Serwe triangle? view post

K or S?? posted 27 May 2005, 03:05 in Author Q & AK or S?? by Linguist, Commoner

Mr. Bakker; I was just wondering if there is a certain way to pronounce the "C"s in the books; is it pronounced "K" as Tolkien did, or is it "S"? Is there a consonant/vowel rule? :?: Just to put it in a nutshell, how do you pronounce "Cishaurim" or do I have to wait for the appendix in TTT? :roll: Thanx :D view post

Is Kellhus (a) God/Aspect? posted 06 Jul 2005, 02:07 in The Thousandfold ThoughtIs Kellhus (a) God/Aspect? by Linguist, Commoner

Here I have a query: how many of you think Kellhus is (a) God or an aspect? I think there are many references to this, such as his scratching-out of Scripture. However, if he was a God or an Aspect, would he not have already attained the Thousandfold Thought? Ah many questions. :) view post


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