Thursday, March 31, 2016

Spider Murphy Gang & O.Z. = Old Zealand :::: Das Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde (RGA) & Wanderzüge der Kimbern & Teutonen


Onomastics is a fascinating area of linguistics concerned with the study of the history and origin of proper names. Today’s map is of onomastic character: We are going to take a look at the most common surnames in European countries and their meanings.
 

The colouring of the map below is based on the following scheme:
  • red – names based on properties, such as being big or new
  • brown – names based on a profession (usually of the father)
  • blue – names originally based on the father’s first name
  • cyan – names based on the place of origin
  • green – names based on a natural object
"There are several things to note: Family names are uncommon in Iceland; instead, its citizens still use an ancient Nordic system, in which a child inherits the first name of its father as its last name (the last name of a son of an Icelandic man called Jón would be Jónsson, literally Jón’s son). We can still see remnants of this system in other Nordic countries, where names ending with -son are common but are now proper family names, inherited by the children no matter what the first names of their parents are. Note also that when there are two vastly different linguistic communities within a country, I included the top names for both whenever I was able to find the necessary data. This was the case of Belgium (the two names are for the Dutch- and French-speaking parts), Estonia (with Russian and Estonian names), and Switzerland, where I was only able to find data for the German- and Italian-speaking parts, not for the French-speaking part. I wasn’t able to find any statistics at all for Kosovo and Cyprus." ~  Jakub Marian

 Isis Art by Caroline Maniere
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used by the army medical corps
 in both Schleswig Wars [1848-50&1864]
March 24, 1848 – May 8, 1852
Deutsch-Dänischer Krieg 1.2 bis 30. 10 1864
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Ramses II the Egyptian Pharoah 

during the time of the Prophet Moses (peace be upon him).

Let's do the math:
His body is estimated to be over 3000 years old.

His body was discovered BY the Red Sea in 1898.

But the Quran is over 1400 years old.


Furthermore:

No other text tells the story of the Pharaoh drowning.

The Quran narrates the story of Pharaoh's drowning and ensures the safety of his body after his death as to be a Sign to mankind.

Professor Maurice Bucaille couldn't believe his own ears and started to wonder: How can a book existed 1400 years ago speak about the mummy that was only found 111 years ago, in 1898? How can that be possible while the ancient Egyptian heritage was discovered only a few decades ago and no one knew about it before?

Professor Maurice Bucaille sat down pondering on what he was told about the book of Muslims, Holy Quran while his Holy Book (The Bible) narrates only the drowning of Pharaoh without saying anything about his body.

"Is it possible that this mummy in front of me is the one who was chasing Prophet Moses?" "Is it possible that Prophet Muhammad knew this 1400 years ago?"

Professor Maurice Bucaille couldn't sleep that night till they brought him the Old Testament where he read: "And the waters returned, and covered the chariots, and the horsemen, and all the host of Pharaoh that came into the sea after them; there remained not so much as one of them. (Exodus 14:28) But overthrew Pharaoh and his host in the Red sea: for his mercy endureth for ever. (Psalm 136:15) For the horse of Pharaoh went in with his chariots and with his horsemen into the sea, and the LORD brought again the waters of the sea upon them; but the Children of Israel went on dry land in the midst of the sea. (Exodus 15:19)"

Professor Maurice Bucaille was surprised that the Holy Book (The Bible) didn't mention about the destiny of the body and that it will be saved.

When the scientists were done with the mummy, France retuned it to Egypt, but Professor Maurice Bucaille couldn't rest for a moment since he was told that Muslims know about the safety of the body from Holy Quran. So, he decided to travel and meet anatomy Muslim scientists and there he spoke about his discovery of the safety of the mummy after its death in the sea and so on.

One of the Muslim scientists stood up and simply opened Holy Quran and pointed to the Professor at one verse: "We brought the Children of Israel across the sea and Pharaoh and his troops pursued them out of tyranny and enmity. Then, when he was on the point of drowning, he (Pharaoh) said, I believe that there is no god but Him in whom the Children of Israel believe. I am of those who submit (to Allah in Islam). What! Now! And indeed you disobeyed before and you were of the mischief-makers. This day shall We save you in your body, that you may be a Sign to those who come after you! But verily, many among mankind are neglectful of Our Signs." (Holy Quran 10:90-92)

Professor Maurice Bucaille was struck when he read that and immediately stood in front of the crowd and said loudly: "I believe in Islam, I believe in Holy Quran."



 A group of Samurai in front of the Sphinx+Egypt 1863






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