Tables developed from the Databases

All kinds of tables have been developed from the Databases.  Each one is just another tool to add to your personal Decoding the Bible toolbox.  There are several major types of words that give us a great deal of information.  The following three major categories offer the most information.  You will find some tables under these major categories.

1. Primary/primitive root words

I have developed 5 large volumes of tables based on these primary/primitive root words. This means they are the primary root, the tap root, the main root of any given word tree.  A word tree on which hangs many different words.

The primary/primitive root  TABLES display all of the words, growing from that primary/primitive root.  However, the tables do not give  the full picture of how any word is formed.  A word might also have more than 1 primary/primitive root.  It may have any number of other influences, i. e. other word meanings.  Or may contain a non gender word function such as Feminine or Masculine.

It it is an apple tree root than only apples grow on it; but there are many varieties, sizes, colors, shapes of apples.  The root may grow a whole  orchard; but all of them are apples.  Each one of the different types of apples could be found there,   This can be fully explored using the databases.

You can also explore using the Dictionaries,  which will give you a cursory overview .  Either source allows you to formulate your own idea of what the original author was trying to convey in languages that predated English by thousands of years.

  • Apples roots do not produce grapes. Walnut seed do not grow tomatoes.  Word trees must grow words that has relevancy to each other.

2. ur/u#w words that did not have a JSEC# assigned

  • ur = unused root word in the OT
  • u#w = unnumbered word in the NT
  • both mean the same thing

This is a rich unique source of a huge amount of information.  Not new information,  it is in all of the James Strongs Exhaustive Concordances that have ever been published.  Only using the Databases is it possible to pull these word meanings out and put them together as Tables.  However, to dig them out, you would first have to recognize they exist.  Difficult to do when they are found within other JSEC numbered words.

The new format, the Databases, of the JSEC simply brought them to light.  Because they have not been assigned a number of their own, there are no bible words for them.  They simply were not used in creating English words to write the English Bible.

The meaning is always given within a numbered word, along with the meaning of that numbered word.  When we pull together all of these unnumbered, unused roots they form their own word tree.

3. Tables based upon individual word meanings

Just as it intimates these tables are based upon a single word meaning of the original authors.  The Bible may use 20 different words that have no synonymous meaning to each other.  There may be a handful of so called proper names which all mean the same. Usually spelled differently, mostly due to the difference in the time, the era, differences in author’s country of residence,  authors native language, etc.   Spelling and transliterations do not change the word’s meaning.

We can further decode the Bible by pulling together these groups of English created words into one place.  For example, Instead nine or ten different proper names, there is only one.  If we change all of the scripture to that one meaning we dramatically reduce the size .

Example English Created Word God

This English created word has at least 20 or more different meanings.  None of which mean what we believe God means.  These original word meanings are at best attributes of an all powerful, everywhere present, omnipotent being. An attribute is not the totality.

Study the tables and be sure to watch the God Recipe Videos to get a grasp on what that word actually means.  Then begin to decode the English Bible by changing the created English word God to the meaning of the original author.

  1. 13 different word meanings are rendered God in the NT
    1. 9 different word meanings are rendered God in the OT
    2. If you used plural deities 2,640 times where it is the appropriate meaning how would that change the scripture; beginning with Genesis 1:1?

 

Other Examples

Nine English created words: he, she, it, him, her, his, they, them, their; —- created to replace the word meaning SELF in the NT and have no correlative meaning in the OT.  Using this decoding tool,  changes thousands of scriptures.

  1. Simply replace every instance of these nine words in the NT with Self and see how your view/opinion/beliefs change.
  2. Remove them all from the OT and see how your view/opinion/beliefs change.

 

If you use  “peace”  the 281 times it is rendered  as Solomon, how would that change those scriptures?  How would it alter the stories?  This is true of thousands of English created words that will simply decode the English Bible word by word.