“Scholars should endeavour to spread knowledge and provide education to people who have been deprived of it. For, where knowledge is hidden it disappears.”
Sura 5:68 (Al-Maida) - "Say: 'People of the Book, you stand for nothing until you observe the Torah and the Gospel and that which is revealed to you from your Lord."
"THE LIPS OF WISDOM ARE CLOSED, EXCEPT TO THE EARS OF UNDERSTANDING" The KybaLion
"Ears that hear and eyes that see-- the LORD has made them both" Proverbs 20:12
The word L OR D in Hebrew gives 86 as numerical value, just as the word Elohim: phe, aleph, he, giving 86 = 80+1+5.
020:111 Sūrat Ṭā-Hā
|And (all) faces shall be humbled before (Allah), the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists.|
"Is it possible if you have the time,will and energy. I would be grateful to see what you might be able to dig up or know about The Hebrew term Yehidah Yechidah and if you could find some connection to the Arabic Jihad Jehad...Yihad?and possibly if the rabbit hole leads to the roots for words or sounds of Yah or Jah in Hebrew and perhaps Arabic languages or etymology." - GNU
will try to find what i can on Yehidah Yechidah / Jihad Jehad.
first thought that comes to mind is to look to Aramaic language. ( Why Is the Talmud in Aramaic? )
- The Hebrew name for Judah, Yehudah (יהודה), literally "thanksgiving" or "praise," is the noun form of the root Y-D-H (ידה), "to thank" or "to praise." His birth is recorded at Gen. 29:35
- Yehudah the founder of the Israelite Tribe of Judah. By extension, he is indirectly eponymous of the Kingdom of Judah, the land of Judea and the word "Jew"
- According to Ahmed al-Dawoody, seventeen derivatives of jihād occur altogether forty-one times in eleven Meccan texts and thirty Medinan ones
- Ijtihad (Arabic: اجتهاد ijtihād, lit. effort, physical or mental, expended in a particular activity) The word derives from the three-letter Arabic verbal root of ج-ه-د J-H-D (jahada, 'struggle')
so you have Y-D-H and J-H-D or Y-H-D
The term mahdi does not occur in the Quran, but it is derived from the Arabic root H - D - Y, commonly used to mean "divine guidance" ( Ma - H D Y )
and jah's ( can be read Djah or Yah ) other name : Y-H-W ( can be read Yahoo , but also IHu )
Ihu was the God of the Sistrum (Son of Hathor - The Egyptian God of Music) also known as Horus ( Hr ss )
thoth = t ihu ti = Djahuti = hrmss = Enoch
"Enoch the Seventh from Adam" (1 En 60:8)
. "Yehidah ( Y H D ) is another soul, the fifth. The highest of the five souls in Kabbalah, corresponding to the sephirah Kether. . First you incarnate the three souls Nephesh, Ruach and Neshamah and purify them, but the other process of the two other souls Chaiah and Yehidah, they do not incarnate in you, instead, they swallow you
Yehidah ( Hebrew יחודה) Literally "oneness" or "unity" or "union."
this is just a first instinct / thought projection .... § L'Italiana in Algeri Finale Act 1 § .... to be continued
"Psychologizing goes on whenever reflection takes place in terms other than those presented. It suspects an interior, not evident intention; it searches for a hidden clockwork, a ghost in the machine, an etymological root, something more than meets the eye; or it sees with another eye.[i] It goes on whenever we move to a deeper level...We see through the logical by means of the imaginal...look at conscious events and intentions from the unconscious, from below. Look at the daylight world from the night side, from fantasy and it's archai." (Re-Visioning 135, 139)
In other words, the literal narrative armor must be pierced with the lance of insightful investigation. "With slow suspicion or sudden insight we move through the apparent to the less apparent. We use metaphors of light--a little flicker, a slow dawning, a lightning flash--as things become clarified (Re-Visioning 140)."
"The Egyptians were the first to practice a Jungian psychology of archetypes and to recognize the fundamental restorative power of the unconscious. They realized that in sleep and dreams, one experiences these depths as a psychic reality in which one may encounter gods and the deceased alike." - Hornung, 1992, p.95.
The Arabic word: “NawM نوم” is a masculine noun إسم which means: “sleep”, “sleeping” (activity), etc.
Hulm ( Hu Lam ) means Dream in Arabic