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  • #11
    Re: Armenian Faith

    Originally posted by Armynia View Post
    Armenian Alphabet Atomic Number
    http://barevarmenia.com/travelblog/m...nian-alphabet/








    Here are the names of some chemical elements. The interesting fact is that each one of the Armenian alphabetic letters represent a numerical value. Now the sum of the numerical values of letters used to write the name of each element equals the Atomic Number of that element. Here are some examples…
    No other alphabet in entire the civilization history has ever had such a precise mathematical and logic structure…
    When Mesrob formed the Armenian alphabet , I don't think the various elements had an atomic number given to them. I find it amazing that each word also expresses the atomic number !!!
    Just amazing.
    HARK

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    • #12
      Re: Armenian Faith



      It was found early in 1990's that Armenian Alphabet working by the logic of Enigma. My father was one of few Armenians that figured some out.

      However, a book by Vahan A. Setyan about Armenian Alphabet Enigma of the Armenian Alphabet: Letters, Protons and Paradoxes was published in 2012 and just starting to get interesting around the world, but I think one book is not enough and Armenian scientist should study the Armenian Alphabet more and publish more information.


      You will find it even more amazing when you find out that only Armenian Alphabet has that precise mathematical logic structure which works by the logic of Enigma. In addition the original Armenian Alphabet is only used in Artsakh without Օ, եւ, and Ֆ



      Here are broadcasts of Vardan Hovanesian with Physicist Samvel Bektashian About the Enigma of Armenian Alphabet. Watch very carefully Please!


      Pt. 1





      Pt. 2





      Pt.3





      Pt.4

      Last edited by Armynia; 03-22-2016, 06:13 PM.
      Your Armenian Lion

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      • #13
        Re: Armenian Faith

        Originally posted by Artashes View Post
        When Mesrob formed the Armenian alphabet , I don't think the various elements had an atomic number given to them. I find it amazing that each word also expresses the atomic number !!!
        Just amazing.
        Yes it is amazing but why post it in the religion thread?
        Hayastan or Bust.

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        • #14
          Re: Armenian Faith

          Originally posted by Armynia View Post
          Armenian Alphabet Atomic Number
          http://barevarmenia.com/travelblog/m...nian-alphabet/








          Here are the names of some chemical elements. The interesting fact is that each one of the Armenian alphabetic letters represent a numerical value. Now the sum of the numerical values of letters used to write the name of each element equals the Atomic Number of that element. Here are some examples…
          No other alphabet in entire the civilization history has ever had such a precise mathematical and logic structure…
          Originally posted by Artashes View Post
          When Mesrob formed the Armenian alphabet , I don't think the various elements had an atomic number given to them. I find it amazing that each word also expresses the atomic number !!!
          Just amazing.
          Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
          Yes it is amazing but why post it in the religion thread?
          No sense us discussing your disbelief or my belief.
          Armynia would know why he chose this thread, but I cannot speak for him.
          I however think this thread is appropriate indeed !
          Periodic chart comes into play around 1860 - 1870. Mesrob Mashtots comes into play around 360.
          During Mesrob's time, the four (4) known elements were ... Earth , wind (air) , fire and water.
          Armynia has described this phenomenon of the sum of the numerical value of each Armenian letter of the Armenian words for the elements corresponding to the atomic weight of each element on the periodic chart as ; " the logic of inigma".
          My discription would be ... Devine inigma, or outright miraculous.
          This observation about the Armenian script (and language) is at the least, mind boggling stunning.
          HARK

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          • #15
            Re: Armenian Faith

            Enigma of Armenian Alphabet on TV broadcast: Enjoy!





            Last edited by Armynia; 03-26-2016, 03:50 AM.
            Your Armenian Lion

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            • #16
              Re: Armenian Faith

              Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
              Got a pamphlet in the mail today. It was two copies. One was in English the other in Armenian. It was sent by Jehova's witnesses with a web address JW.org on it. Obviously this is targeting Armenians for conversion. Religion is sad.
              All religion is sad, in he fact that they are all man made rules but Christianity is not man made rules its a personal relationship with God
              Positive vibes, positive taught

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              • #17
                Re: Armenian Faith

                Was puzzled watching this ape converting Japanese to Islam.
                Even more puzzled when @ 2:39 he says "all humans have one pair of great grandparents ... in Arabic "armeni" ... Did I hear that right?

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBn9Yx13VKM

                Couldn't find much on the subject if it was in their "Hadith"

                "Islamic tradition

                The Qur'anic account of the Flood and Noah's Ark agrees with that given in Genesis, with a few variations. One of these concerns the final resting place of the Ark: according to Genesis, the Ark grounded on the "mountains of Ararat". According to surah 11:44 of the Qur'an, the final resting place of the vessel was called "Judi", without the word "mountain".

                https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Judi

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                • #18
                  Re: Armenian Faith

                  Satellite imaging shows s boat like structure on Mt Ararat with excact dimmentions as in Bible. It is listed online.

                  Several expedetions have failed with deaths

                  Turkey has closed access and satellite photos calling Mt Ararat a military zone.
                  B0zkurt Hunter

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