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¿What now Son? [Jul. 2nd, 2008|10:55 pm]
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[music |Venetian Snares - Cancel]

1. I understand that words in Hebrew become plural by adding ים or ות and that ות is generally for Feminine words and ים for Masculine, but there are exceptions, like אב -- which plural is
2. Isn't אלוה, the feminine form of the word אל? I was under the impression that a ה at the end of the word indicated a feminine noun.

3. So then isn't אלהים the plural of אלוה, with an atypical masculine ending of ים? If you were to make אל plural there wouldn't be the extra ה added to the word, right?

4. I'm very confused how the word אלהים is translated into English as a singular masculine noun, when it Hebrew it seems that it is neither. I know in Genesis 1:1, when says
בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ
the verb ברא is in the perfect form for the singular masculine, and --according to Christian Theologians-- it is possible to have a singular intensive conjugation(where a group acts with one agency).

///I can see there might be some sort of mystical interpretation of אלהים where a plural feminine noun with a masculine ending acting with singular agency is supposed to connotate that in describing the divine gender is just a linguistic construct while at the same time perhaps illustrating how multifaceted it is possible of being.

BUT, looking at English translations it still feels like there's a cover up. To across the board translate אלהים as a singular masculine word seems incorrect and almost like there's some sort of agenda to suppress the blatantly feminist overtones in describing the divine.

....Mabes when those אלהים goddess bitches gets together and get it done, they get it done like how a man would do, straight up biz.ness
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Yes, I'm still alive [May. 21st, 2008|11:45 am]
[Current Location |Albequerque]
[mood |relaxedrelaxed]
[music |Beborn Beton - Another World]

./Hello World!

~Just thought I'd do a quick update to let people know I still exist in cyber (and analog) space. I'm probs going to be re-inventing my livejournal or create a blogspot rather soon. I'll link whoever still cares and reads my posts. I feel like psycho_active has run it's course; I need to write about broader content.


Just got back from western NY and threw a wonderfull outdoor party celebrating electronic music and dance. We had DJs from upstate and Canada that played happy hardcore, electro house, hip hop, and experimental noise. There was also fire poi, glowsticking, black lights, face and body painting. Hopefully soon, I should be able to post pictures and videos from the party. I'm working with a few friends and we're looking to make this into an annual party/mini-festival for electronic culture in the WNY area. We're organing another party at the end of summer and I'll be sure to post more details when that comes around.

++I'm trying to make some magic happen and get one of these things for our next party:

Got my skool situation fixed and the cashflow happenin again so I'm taking classes again. If I play my cards right I should have my AA,or at least enough credits to transfer by the end of this fall semester.
__This summer I'll be taking:
____Microbiology &
____Goddess/Women in the ancient World

alsoalsoalso: I just got my passport. The government finally decided I'm not a terrorist and granted it to me. Yay, I can travel now! Suppossed to go to Japan summer of'09, so I gotta prepare for that.

Currently in New Mexico and leave for California tomorrow. (!!!!!) I've not been to cali yet in my life so this is an adventure.That and I'm excited to have gone from the East Coast to West Coast in the same month. THe trip is mostly to look at unis, I plan on throwing myself on the steps of UC Berkeley and begging them to take me.

///There's so much I could post up on this thing to update what I've been up to, but that'd take too much time and I
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BonnaROO! [Nov. 28th, 2007|02:30 am]
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Hola Guten Tag Konichiwa [Nov. 23rd, 2007|09:20 pm]
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We All Scream [Nov. 23rd, 2007|08:26 pm]
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Aum Muthafucker [Nov. 23rd, 2007|09:17 am]
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Update [Sep. 24th, 2007|06:21 pm]
[mood |coldcold]
[music |Telefone Tel Aviv - Sound in a Dark Room]

---So I'm alive and I still use LJ.
//Been really busy lately.
:::::Will update w/lotso' stuff soon.
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Strangers [Jul. 2nd, 2007|12:51 am]
We are transient, always moving
the non-stop walking type
We are the ones you meet in the middle of the night
the ghosts that haunt your dreams with our insights
We are ellusive, always alone --always free
(an unaknowledged archetype)
We follow the beat, the merciless flow
and we are everywhere
We confront you with the facets of the real, here and there
with no purpose beyond demonstrating your contemplative paralysis
and our own ability to vanish~
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Anti-Oedipus quotes [Jun. 27th, 2007|06:43 pm]
[music |Xiu Xiu - Bishop CA]

pg 67.
We are not saying that Oedipus and castration do not amount to anything. We are Oedipalized, we are castrated; psychoanalysis didn't invent these opporations, to which it merely lends the new resouces and methods of its genius. We are all schizo! We are all perverts! We are all libidos that are too vicous and too fluid --and not by preference, but where ever we have been carried by the deterritoritized flows!
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WTF [Jun. 20th, 2007|12:54 am]
****Should individuals be created behind body organs?
Should priority from selling their parts be regulated?
Should willing assist to donate with quota?

///"The president supports and encourages stem cell research, including using embryonic lines, as long as it does not involve creating, harming or destroying embryos," Fratto said. "That is an ethical line that should not be crossed." -Bush Plans to Veto Stem Cell Legislation

~This is such crap, it's like Bush is saying you can do stem cell research but not with stem cells.

||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||below is an essay I wrote on stem cell research from last semester]

The president’s council on bioethics and its decisions to ban human cloning and implementing a four year moratorium of stem cell research are unfounded. Those who agree with the aforementioned statement find themselves confronted with a vastly unsympathetic majority that would rather have at least some kind of restrictions on either both types of cloning or the one they find particularly repugnant. The council’s assertion is there are too many moral and ethical risks associated with cloning for it to be undertaken and result in a cost effective social/scientific return. However, the potential for uncovering the mysteries of the human predicament is on the verge of discovery in the 21st century and eugenics programs are a rich source for extracting valuable information. Cloning is destined to play a vital role in understanding where consciousness is headed and the council’s decisions are not only unfounded but irresponsible in that they allow ethical pretensions to hinder the advancement of science and mankind.

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