Psalm 115:1 Not unto us, O YHWH not unto us, but unto your Name give glory, for your mercy, and for the sake of your truth.
הַלְּלוּיָהּ Hallelu is found 24 times in the book of Psalms, and four times in Revelation. HalleluYH
Hallelujah is a transliteration of the Hebrew word הַלְּלוּיָהּ composed of two elements: הַלְּלוּ (second-person from the Hebrew verb hallal): An exhortation to “praise” addressed to יָהּ YH (Yah). Praise YH!
There are some 2000 verses that speak of wealth — purposed prosperity.
But nearly 7000 verses that speak of the identity of God.
Hallelu’YH praise YH for the mystery of YHWH the pearl of great price.
Original content on the web, once the poor stepchild in Internet realms, is fast becoming something many people want a part of. Everyone from Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay, who is building First Look Media, to Yahoo, which has hired a number of high-profile journalists, wants in on content creation.
“We are hardly the first people to publish content to drive a platform,” said Edward Lichty, head of corporate development and strategy at Medium. “But just because everyone is doing it doesn’t mean it’s not a good idea.”
When a word is banned by mankind, something much deeper is beginning to reveal itself. It also sheds light on why free speech is so important. People are killed for what they say as well as what they do. A word can be important, very important.
The Tetragrammaton YHWH, was uttered in the Holy of Holies – behind the veil – in the Temple – built for this very purpose; to pronounce with knowledge the glory of Elohim, THE Truth of all creation, THE Name above every name: YHWH.
Now when the veil was torn from top to bottom the Name above every name was in essence destined to be distributed to everyone who would believe and be saved. But mankind’s traditions over time have essentially removed the Name, in an attempt to place the Name back behind the torn veil (that no longer exists), within the holy of Holy of Holies, (which no longer exists), allowing other earthly or evil names to cloud what was once known as the Truth, the double edged Word. You will see this confusion in Malaysia, in Egypt, and in Indonesia. The great battle over the Glory of God is about to be unleashed upon mankind and only those with the knowledge of the Spirit, will understand. This link included here from ABC News is just the beginning…
Malaysia Court Upholds ‘Allah’ Ban for Non-Muslimshttp://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/malaysias-top-court-rejects-churchs-bid-allah-24257557?singlePage=true ABC News June 23, 2014
In Egypt, where at least 10 percent of the population is Christian, both Muslims and Christians refer to God as Allah, and this hasn’t generated any controversy or antagonism. Christians often refer to God as “al-Rab” in their liturgy, but use Allah more frequently in their daily life.
The same is true for Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim nation. Both groups use Allah — although Christians pronounce it “Al-lah” and Muslims say “Al-loh,” — and this hasn’t caused friction.
“The Dark Night Project,” is an effort to document, analyze, and publicize accounts of the adverse effects of contemplative practices, also known as ‘mindfulness,’ associated with secular meditation.
This is a very interesting article in the Atlantic that discusses the need for more research and a recovery center to help those who are experiencing the dark forces and negative side effects of secular, or what some refer to as new age, meditation.
“There is a sutta,” a canonical discourse attributed to the Buddha or one of his close disciples, “where monks go crazy and commit suicide after doing contemplation on death,” says Chris Kaplan, a visiting scholar at the Mind & Life Institute who also works with Britton on the Dark Night Project.
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Nathan Fisher, the study’s manager, condenses a famous parable by the founder of the Jewish Hasidic movement. Says Fisher, “[the story] is about how the oscillations of spiritual life parallel the experience of learning to walk, very similar to the metaphor Saint John of the Cross uses in terms of a mother weaning a child … first you are held up by a parent and it is exhilarating and wonderful, and then they take their hands away and it is terrifying and the child feels abandoned.”
“We have a lot of positive data [on meditation],” she says, “but no one has been asking if there are any potential difficulties or adverse effects, and whether there are some practices that may be better or worse-suited [for] some people over others. Ironically,” Britton adds, “the main delivery system for Buddhist meditation in America is actually medicine and science, not Buddhism.”
As a result, many people think of meditation only from the perspective of reducing stress and enhancing executive skills such as emotion regulation, attention, and so on.
Examples are numerous. Perhaps the most advanced is quantum computation which exploits the strange laws of quantum mechanics to perform computation. But there are other more exotic approaches such as using DNA to perform millions of simple calculations in parallel or even using slime mould to solve mazes.
Today, we get an answer thanks to the work of Clare Horsman at the University of Oxford in the UK and a few buddies. These guys say that a physical computation is the use of a physical system to predict the outcome of an abstract evolution. As such, it is closely related to, but crucially different from, the notion of theory and experiment .
They go on to tease apart these ideas and to define the abstract and real components that a computation must have. This allows them to explain why many examples of unconventional computation are actually experiments rather than computations.
When the new ideas of quantum mechanics spread through science like wildfire in the first half of the 20th century, one of the first things physicists did was to apply them to gravity and general relativity. The results were not pretty.
It immediately became clear that these two foundations of modern physics were entirely incompatible. When physicists attempted to meld the approaches, the resulting equations were bedeviled with infinities making it impossible to make sense of the results.
Then in the mid-1960s, there was a breakthrough. The physicists John Wheeler and Bryce DeWitt successfully combined the previously incompatible ideas in a key result that has since become known as the Wheeler-DeWitt equation. This is important because it avoids the troublesome infinites—a huge advance.
But it didn’t take physicists long to realise that while the Wheeler-DeWitt equation solved one significant problem, it introduced another. The new problem was that time played no role in this equation. In effect, it says that nothing ever happens in the universe, a prediction that is clearly at odds with the observational evidence.
Then in 1983, the theorists Don Page and William Wootters came up with a novel solution based on the quantum phenomenon of entanglement. This is the exotic property in which two quantum particles share the same existence, even though they are physically separated.
The issue, as Adam Liptak explained in the New York Times, is that original statements by the Justices about everything from EPA policy to American Jewish communities, are disappearing from decisions — and being replaced by new language that says something entirely different. As you can imagine, this is a problem for lawyers, scholars, journalists and everyone else who relies on Supreme Court opinions.
Until now, the only way to detect when a decision has been altered is a pain-staking comparison of earlier and later copies — provided, of course, that someone knew a decision had been changed in the first place. Thanks to a simple Twitter tool, the process may become much easier.