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How did we get the spelling Chet-Bet-Resh?.User:Jjzeidner


The article is looking much nicer these days.Zestauferov 02:36, 27 Jun 2004 (UTC)


Gog and Magog and Atlantis and lots of owlishly knowing nonsense... It is clear that these languages show some affinity with Caucasian languages like that of the Avars. How about quotes from the Book of Mormon and Scientology? Any archaeology or professional linguistics to support any of this 'as legend has it' chatter? Wetman 09:48, 27 Dec 2003 (UTC)

For unusual info on Irish/Celtic, British and Saxon Chronicles Try Cusack, M.F. l868. The Illustrated History of Ireland, p. 84. Facsimile edition by Bracken Books, 1987, London. For information about the relationship of Subarian and Hurrian dialects from the vicinity of Urfa and Caucasian languages like Avar, you just have to know a little about agglutinative languages, and Nostratic Language reconstruction. Good reading!

from Dionysius Periestis's comments on Hesperides I wonder which "travelling Dionysius" is being referred to here-- at third hand apparently. Wetman 07:57, 19 Feb 2004 (UTC)

so do I. the quote is not mine i can;t remember where from. But that is the great thing about wiki eventually along will come someone who knows the details and will correct/expand/fill-in depending, as long as someone less iterested in expanding knowledge has not come along and deleted it first.Zestauferov 08:02, 19 Feb 2004 (UTC)
the other great thing about Wiki is that we can all see that the ridiculous misquote of a perhaps imaginary "ancient authority" Dionsysius was added by Zestauferov on January 4, 2004. Check for yourselves. There's no fool like a dishonest fool. Wetman 08:19, 19 Feb 2004 (UTC)
I did not say it was not put in by me I said the quote is not mine. I can't remember where it is from. Why would I say I can't remember where it is from if I had not put it in? The object was to leave it there long enough for anyone who knew the background origin of the theme to fill in the details. There is not one fact that I have put on wiki which has not proven to be true in time that I have not removed if it didn't. I don't suppose there will be any appology for calling me a dishonest fool will there? Even for the sake of wikiquette.Zestauferov 02:36, 27 Jun 2004 (UTC)

(That is a reference up there to Mary Kusack, the "Nun of Kenmare," author of a raft of Victorian nunnsense! When I say "owlishly knowing nonsense", this is precisely what I mean. Check out this bio, gang!:,Mary/life.htm What a sensible way to spend a rainy afternoon: reading the Nun of Kenmare's thoughts on Heber and the Hebites!

which text are you refering to here please?Zestauferov 08:23, 19 Feb 2004 (UTC)

I particularly recommend to Dr. Zestauferov, M.F. Cusack's equally instructive little volume entitled The Apparition at Knock; with the depositions of the witness[es] examined by the Ecclesiastical Commission appointed by His Grace the Archbishop of Tuam and the conversion of a young Protestant lady by a vision of the Blessed Virgin published in London by Burns, Oates & Co. in 1880.) Wetman 08:12, 19 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Thankyou for the recommendations but her works do not seem to be along my lines of interest and I already have a lot of reading to get along with for now. Thankyou anyway.Zestauferov 08:23, 19 Feb 2004 (UTC)


Why does haver redirect to here? Highlandlord 23:55, 22 December 2006 (UTC) Seconded JonoP 15:28, 20 March 2007 (UTC)


Shouldn't this article be a disambiguation page instead??? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Thaddeus Slamp (talkcontribs) 21:16, 26 March 2007 (UTC).