Chaitanya, Charlatan, & Shayateen

 

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In order to show the continuity between the mentality that Jesus himself confronted in ancient Rome I am going to demonstrate my theories on Proto-Indo-European and the evolution of Language, Thought, and Western Civilization.  When the Pharisees accused him of driving out demons by the power of Beelzebub the must have accused him of being Shayateen, the Arabic word for Satan.  It is important to realize that modern day Muslims refer to Christians as Devil Worshippers. Muslims claim Jesus was a prophet but of Allah but presuppose the doctrine of Mohammed, whose teachings are antithetical to those of the Christ, over that of Jesus.  Mohammed also instructs Muslims not to take Jews or Christians as friends.

This word, I believe, comes from the Hindu word, “Chaitanya” meaning Consciousness it is associated with Chit, which became the Chinese work chi and the Japanese Ki, meaning energy.  Also Chai tea takes its name from Chaitanya being an homage to the energy from the caffeine.  Many of the deities in India have the Peacock as their Vamana.  The Peacock was brought from India to Persia where it had never been seen before.  Muslim scholars refer to Satan as the Peacock of Angels, because the Peacock is associated with Pride and the Yazidi who are persecuted by Muslims and are native to the area having Green & Blue eyes and blonde or red hair worship the Peacock Angel who is often depicted, with blue skin.

As I have reported elsewhere Mohammed forbade the wearing of Saffron because Sarasvati order monks wear use the color ritualistically:

1798. Anas (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (PBUH) prohibited men from wearing saffron-dyed clothes.
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim]. 1799.
`Abdullah bin `Amr bin Al-`As (May Allah be pleased with them) said: The Prophet (PBUH) saw me dressed in two saffron-coloured garments and asked, “Has your mother commanded you to wear these?” I asked him, “Shall I wash them out?” He replied, “You had better set them to fire.”

Another narration is: “These are garments of the disbelievers. So do not wear them.”

A close examination of the Aramaic language that Jesus spoke will show the influence of Sanskrit.

Much evidence shows that the Wandering Philosophers came from the area of India, Bodidharma, Buddha, and many others created disciplines and schools of philosophy.  Obviously they made their way to Ancient Egypt and Greece as well, unsurmountable evidence confirms this.

After Jesus died Mary Magdalene moved to France. Not only is French a Proto-Indo-European but the Phonology of the words is almost identical.  The meaning of the word is also congruent with the topic we are discussing.  Imagine a philosopher going to a place where people are less intelligent and philosophical trying to explain to them higher thought, mathematics, meditation, etc.  How would they perceive that individual with no respect or understanding of the topics?

charlatan (n.)Look up charlatan at Dictionary.com1610s, from French charlatan “mountebank, babbler” (16c.), from Italian ciarlatano “a quack,” from ciarlare “to prate, babble,” from ciarla “chat, prattle,” perhaps imitative of ducks’ quacking. Related: Charlatanism; charlatanical; charlatanryhttp://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=charlatan&searchmode=none

BAN SHARIA5

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