Primary Applied Etymology

THE ANCIENT ROOTS WILL TELL US THE UNTOLD STORIES

Adel Bishtawi
Adel Bishtawi
March 16, 2015 - Etymology Workshop

For whom Egypt’s Pyramids?

►UPDATED Unlocking history’s greatest secrets – For whom Egypt’s Pyramids? Etymology Workshop: Link or blink: Pharaohs, pyramids, Christian priests, Christian nuns, meteorite, pandemonium, terror, destruction, blood spilling etc. LC: ✥*RH⇆ *RH; LC: ✥*Rʻ⇆ *ʻR; ✥*ḪP⇆*PḪ →✥*ḪF⇆*FḪ The pyramid of Djoser, constructed 2630–2611 BC, is one of a few Egyptian known pyramids but no less than […]

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Adel Bishtawi
Adel Bishtawi
March 16, 2015 - Etymology Workshop

Paradise

Etymology Workshop: We haven’t lost our marbles, yet. The etymology team will reveal to you where “Paradise” is and they suspect you may have never heard of one of the greatest annual miracles on Earth.  . *IF THE HUMPBACK WHALES DON’T GO TO THE PARADISE OF ANTARCTICA TO FEED PARADISE WILL COME TO THE HUMPBACKS […]

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Adel Bishtawi
Adel Bishtawi
March 13, 2015 - Etymology Workshop

Burying Arab girls alive is a myth

The interpreters of the Quran are wrong February 3, 2015/in Etymology Workshop /by Adel Bishtawi The interpreters of the Holy Quran are wrong not the Quran: Arab girls, like all other girls, are too precious to be harmed let alone buried alive, and no, Arabs were not brought to the world by storks! In the […]

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Adel Bishtawi
Adel Bishtawi
March 12, 2015 - Etymology Workshop

If you believe in the sanctity of “spirit” don’t read this

Etymology Workshop If you believe in the sanctity of “spirit” don’t read this, seriously!Wikipedia tells us, “The English word spirit comes from the Latin spiritus, meaning “breath”, but also “spirit, soul, courage, vigor”, ultimately from a Proto-Indo-European *(s)peis. The interent has over 600 quotations about “spirit”, one even starts with this: “I consider myself a […]

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