Subject: Re: Hitler was a Christian. Get over it! Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996 12:47:00 GMT reve
Subject: Re: Hitler was a Christian. Get over it!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Robbie Langton)
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996 12:47:00 GMT
email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>>Catholic, christian, It's all the same.
> It is not the same by the Bible's standards. Roman Catholics are not
>Christians. They are Roman Catholics. The very word "Cat" means "mother" in
>ancient Egyptian Sanskrit. "Holic" means "one wholly or universally given
>over to": which means that a Cat-holic (not a biblical term) is someone who
>is wholly given over to a "mother" ("Mary") and not Jesus Christ. This is
I'm not well versed in the laundering of pigs, but I can recognize
complete and utter hogwash when I see it.
a) There is no such language as "ancient Egyptian Sanskrit"
Sanskrit is a language which was spoken in northern India, from which
developed Hindi, Urdu, Bengali etc. The ancient Egyptians spoke
Egyptian, which is completely unrelated to Sanskrit. In neither
language does "cat" mean mother. Sanskrit for mother is "matr"
(written in the conventional transcript used as an alternative to the
Devanagari alphabet - there should be a macron over the a and a dot
under the r), which is recognizably connected with our "mother" or
Latin "mater", because Sanskrit is an Indo-European language related
distantly to our own. The Egyptian for mother is "mst" written with a
picture of a bundle of skins, a bolt of cloth, a small loaf and a
picture of a kneeling woman in the process of giving birth. The vowels
are not written in ancient Egyptian. In Coptic, the latest form of
Egyptian, which was written using an augmented Greek alphabet, the
word has become "ma'w" written mu double alpha upsilon. The root of
the Egyptian word is "give birth" (msi), and a form of this is seen in
names ending in "-mosis", e.g. Tuthmosis, and is probably the origin
of the name "Moses".
b) The word "catholic" comes from a Greek word "katholikos" which
means universal, all-embracing. It exists in English with that
meaning: "He is a person of catholic tastes" - which means he likes a
very wide variety of things.
If you made the above up you are complete fool. If it was told to you
by someone else, that person is charlatan and a lying ignoramus.
[The rest of your internecine goddist squitter deleted.]
More like in squalid ignorance and bigoted venomous hatred.
Robbie Langton Hey, this web thing's immense -
email@example.com must be one HELL of a spider!
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