Sunday, June 27, 2021

The Earth is Like a Pistachio Nut?

By Maria Merola אריאל

© Copyright Double Portion Inheritance February 2017

On February 15, 2017, I had been studying the Scriptures and researching the Flat Earth phenomenon for two long years. But I was still puzzled about the Flat Earth narrative that was growing rapidly within the Hebraic Community. 

Finally, I decided to cry out to YaHuWaH in prayer, asking him to make it abundantly clear to me, the shape of the earth. His answer surprised me. 

He said to me “Look up Jeremiah 1:5, and look up the word for ‘belly,’ and also the word for ‘womb’ in Hebrew.” Here is what I found: 

Yirmeyahuw (Jeremiah) 1:5 Before I formed you in the BELLY [BETEN] I knew you; and before you came forth out of the WOMB [RACHAM] I sanctified you, and I ordained you a prophet unto the nations. 

Here are the Strong’s Hebrew Concordance definitions from the above verse: 

Belly - #H990 BETEN [beh'-ten] from an unused root probably meaning TO BE HOLLOW; THE BELLY, ESPECIALLY THE WOMB; also the bosom or body of anything:-- belly, body, + as they BE BORN, + within, womb. 


Another Hebrew word that comes from this root, means “Pistachio Nut,” as seen below: 

#H992 BOTEN [bo'-ten] from 990; (only in plural) a PISTACHIO NUT (from its form):--nut. 

Womb - #H7358 RECHEM [rekh'-em] from 7355; THE WOMB (Compare 7356):--matrix, womb. 

Two other Hebrew words that come from the same root: 

#H7355 RACHAM [raw-kham]' a primitive root; to fondle; by implication, TO LOVE, especially to compassionate:--HAVE COMPASSION UPON, love, (find, have, obtain, shew) MERCY (-iful, on, upon), (have) pity, Ruhamah, surely. 

#H7356 RACHAM [rakh'-am] from 7355; compassion (in the plural); by extension, THE WOMB (as CHERISHING THE FETUS); by implication, a maiden:-- bowels, compassion, damsel, TENDER LOVE, (great, tender) MERCY, PITY, WOMB

From this understanding, I looked at an illustration of a pistachio nut, and compared it to the shape of the earth, which is an “OBLATE SPHERE!” 

In Hebrew, the word for “sphere” is “chuwg,” and it is also where we get the German word “chugle” (a round pastry filled with filling in the center). 

The word for “ball” in German is “chugel” (kugel), and it means “a round scoop of ice cream, a sphere, an orb, a globe.”

It is also where we derive the word “bullet,” or “ball-ette” (a cannon ball). What Germans refer to as “chugel” (kugel), Americans call “a cream puff.”

The Hebrew word for “circle” in Isaiah 40:22 is “chuwg,” which means “a sphere!” 

It also comes from a root word “chagag,” which means “to rotate, to gyrate, to dance in a circle!” 

I understood that YaHuWaH is the bridegroom, who impregnates the earth (the bride) with many souls, for he has compassion on her. 

Our Messiah told us that he came to save the world, not condemn the world: 

Yahuwchanon (John) 3:17 For Elohiym sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. 

The Paleo Hebrew Letters for “beten” (womb, to be hollow), and “boten” (Pistachio Nut) are just three Hebrew Letters from left to right: 

Beyt (House), Taw (The Two Crossed Sticks), & Nun (The Seed), which is Messiah!

See the illustration below for deeper understanding.

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