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Jordan Maxwell ~ Symbols, Sex And The Stars Pt.3/9

  • Dmtshaman
  • uploaded: Jan 25, 2009
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  • Dmtshaman#

    Dmtshaman February 3, 2009 5:08:49 AM CET

    I think what he is trying to say is that your anointed with oil...thus they used it as a brand name.

  • Sonicattack#

    Sonicattack February 3, 2009 2:09:06 AM CET

    In this case I think Maxwell made a very free interpretation of the word, using a brand name to interpret biblical names, which does not make much sense in my opinion.Think about it, Crisco was introduced in 1911 (according to Wikipedia), does it make sense to have any relation to something 2000 years old?

  • Dmtshaman#

    Dmtshaman January 31, 2009 9:41:13 PM CET

    Theres a dfference between metaphor and literal...

  • Dmtshaman#

    Dmtshaman January 31, 2009 9:40:40 PM CET

    I cook with Crisco all the time, its oil....english not greek

  • Sonicattack#

    Sonicattack January 30, 2009 4:28:16 PM CET

    Let me be clearer on this, oil in Greek is ladi or eleo, it is not crisco or any other imaginary word. Christ means anointed and has no other meaning what so ever.I have noticed weird explanations of Greek words by Tsarion as well.

  • Sonicattack#

    Sonicattack January 30, 2009 4:14:00 PM CET

    dude, there is no such word as crisco in Greek

  • Dmtshaman#

    Dmtshaman January 28, 2009 9:54:26 AM CET

    Thats what he said Christos means the anointed, Crisco means oil...

  • Sonicattack#

    Sonicattack January 27, 2009 7:10:27 PM CET

    Christ does come from Christos (%u03A7%u03C1%u03AF%u03C3%u03C4%u03BF%u03C2), but it does not mean oil, it does mean the anointed. And I should know, as I am Greek.So take the rest of the foreign language interpetations with a grain of salt

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