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Synchronizing Semitic Semantics

Updated on March 15, 2017

Semantics That Work

Why synchronize Semitic semantics? In today's world, it appears the only common semantics, is the semantics that allows for the World Wide Web to exist and function. All countries and all languages use the semantics necessary to have internet access and use the internet according to the degree of individual understanding. As in all communications, semantics are used for the betterment of society or the destruction of societies. This is the war that is taking place at the moment. Nothing has polarized the world more. The word semantic is linguistics and logic concerned with meaning. To create code, access the world wide web, to hack into computers the semantics has to be precise. The semantics of the world wide web is founded in Semitic languages. Words on the web only have value in two ways, one is of getting what we want. The other is to learn how it and life exist. The semantics of learning about life have no charge to create anxieties of life, they just exist. While getting what we want creates an opposition to the people that do not want the same as we do. This is the problem with the web, everyone connected to the web does not share the same desire to learn existence but to learn for our own needs and acceptance. We have political differences, religious differences, business differences. Whatever our differences are, we use the semantics of the world wide web to build our position. This is creating chaos and anxiety in the lives of people in the world we live.

I ask myself, What does the word Semitic actually mean? In my search, I found in Wikipedia that Semitic was first introduced around the 1770’s by members of the Göttingen School of History in Germany to identify languages. Could this have influenced the way Jefferson perceived Deism? According to the article, the word Semitic originates from Noah’s son Shem. From the beginning of time, people have given their children names founded in single words describing their existence. The Hebrew word shem means name in English, so Shem's name is Name. I would surmise Semitic is a language based upon names composed of consonants and vowels with the original names of Hebrew words identifying according to their kind. The word name or Shem gives identity to a language initiated by existence through humanity (Adam) to name all living things according to it’s kind of fruit. This is the first instruction of God and practiced to this day. Without it we would not have new discoveries and the world wide web.

The word shem gives identity to different kinds of matter and all matters, creating semantics. The students or faculty at the Göttingen School of History in Germany did according to God’s instructions. They did this by identifying the languages of Hebrew, Arabic, Aramaic and others as Semitic. The fruits of Semitic languages are in the composition of its characteristics. Semitic languages are composed of consonants and vowels and an alphabetical order. Greek, Latin, and English among other languages use consonants and vowels making them derivative languages.

Whether we realize this or not there are two universal laws from the creation story to solve these issues. One is that God gave mankind an instruction to name everything according to it’s kind. This defines the word semantic, logic concerned with meaning. The second instruction was, not to use my own knowledge to alter the meaning of logic for myself or my understanding of the original intent will cease to exist, it will die in my life. When this happens the semantics are altered destroying the old semantics, losing it’s synchronized identity with the original word. With technology, improper semantics will not work without logical order but with humanity agreement and opposition are created with positioning.

The solution to this is understanding the original semantic understanding of the words we believe. For instance, Anti-Semitism is a very good example of adultery against Existence. People use the word anti-Semitism to refer to people that are against people of the Jewish faith. Are they rightfully speaking the truth or committing adultery against existence?

When a word like anti-Semitism takes on a new or altered meaning as anti-Jewish or any other definition, it misrepresents the name of the word. Positioning takes place supporting one side or the other of a political correctness by endorsing something that does not exist. When there is good and evil in a belief the original meaning of the word dies and truth is now a lie. The one thing that binds Semitic language is having an Alphabet with consonants and vowels. The separation is always in the semantics. When the word Semitism arises it is usually interpreted as a kind of people instead of kinds of languages. In this respect, theology is based on the humanism of the people and not the language.

The proper identity of words solves problems and creates order. The misuse of words represents lies and adultery against creation. The semantics of accessing and building technology may be in agreement but the semantics of our belief systems are in polar opposition. This is not the first time in history this has happened. It began in the Garden of Eden and continues to this day. Television, movies, songs, governments, religions are all sources of opposing semantics. Unless they unite with an understanding of these semantic instructions that God gave to humanity, the internet will destroy itself and the people of this world will continue destroying themselves through believing the semantics of others over the semantics or reality of what actually works.


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