Freemason Abyssinia -- Freemasonic Abysinnia

H.iram is given in the current text of the Bible as king of S.or; but in the antient inscriptions his name is given as H.WRM, related to the name of Horam king (YH^S^< 10:33) of GeZeR in the same manner as the city-name H.arran is related to the name of Harran the brother of >abram.

Another grammatrical form Gezer is >e:GZa:R, name of the supreme deity (G&H, pp. 24, 60) of the Gurage (pagan tribe in Abysinnia/Aethiopia).

Gezer was especially favored (embellished) by (MLKYM A 9:17) by S^lomoh, together with Bet-H.oron the nether, Ba<alat and Tadmor.

Bet-H.oron the nether was named for the Kna<n-ite god of the Netherworld (CBD, p. 59); while ta-DMoR was named for the province DuMuR of pagan Urart.u.

At Gezer, SiBBeKay (= Kemetian adversarial fiend SBK = Aztec Cipactli) slew (DBRY H-YMYM A 20:4) SIPPay = SIPonya> (DNY>L 3:10; SCD #5481) "bagpipe (dulcimer)"; while SuP is a flag-plant (SCD #5488), flags being extended by a breeze much as a bagpipe is distended by the breath.

Maya god Zip (SIP), mentioned in the Book of C^ilam Balam as having played a [?breath-]musical instrument on earth. [This god, Sip, is planet Mars (EAS , p. 373), as is Skanda, husband to goddess Deva-Sena -- note initial sibbilant S in Sibbekay, Sippay, Skanda, Sena.] Zip is also a Maya month-name (EAS, p. 366), and Kogi month-names are apparently translations of the Maya ones (EAS, p. 438, Table).

More-than-2-testicled gods are worshipped by the Kogi of northern Colombia. There are also Kogi in Nigeria.

The Gurage Waq overcame a three-testicled (G&H, p.43) god.

BUZ is mentioned with <us. (of the indestructible >iyOB, probably = Maya day-name EB/EuOB "tooth" (though its archaic hieroglyph, like the Aztec codex-form is a jawbone, which is in Africa the indestructible form of the death-god). WAQWAQ is a mythic tree (mentioned in the 1001 Nights) having human heads as fruit, as in the Popol Vuh.

BWA:Za: & WAQ are the two non-supreme gods of the same Gurage. For Bwa:za: was the we:rbe firewood (G&H, p. 27); while Waq was likened to the red wood of the da:t tree (G&H, p. 42, fn. 36).

BWZ is "to sulk" (A-ED, p. 100); chief sulker was S^im-s^on (s^im "named", s^on "tooth" -- though he used a jawbone, S^PT.YM 15:15-17), the NaZiRi^ (S^PT.YM 13:5) who found (S^PT.YM 14:8-9) honey. [S^ims^on sulked alone "in the cleft of the rock", S^PT.YM 15:11; much as the "nest be set in the rock", B-MDBR 24:21, of the sons of S^et "sitting", B-MDBR 24:21, scil. on eggs to hatch them.]

Boz^a: (BWA:Za:): his tribe is eNtaZheRa (EA, p. 55); for him "take a mouthful of honey" (loc. cit.), which is spat (G&H, p. 33, fn. 17: in the manner of Daoist priests conferring blessing with holy water).

yARaQ "to spit" (SCD #3417) may be cognate with ORKHomenos, son (GM 111.g) of the vomiter THUESTes = [perhaps] TVAS.T.r. the smith, who manufactured a set of nested cups. [Perhaps the Hellenic vomiting is derived from substituting, for the <ib. name qayin, qayah "to vomit" (YRMYH 25:27; SCD #6958).] The tribe QeN are supposed to have the smiths (CBD, p. 299), though their name signifieth "nest".

Favorite wife of S^lomoh was >abi^-S^ag, praesumably named from the city (and antient deity) Taj in (Persian-Gulf province of Sa<udi <arabia).

Another city in is DaMaM, evidently named for DaMwaMw-it, the goddess of the Gurage. She is daughter (G&H, p. 65) of [goddess] WayWa:t = WaW, a town in Aequatoria of Sudan (pagan; nigh Abysinnia).

The wisdom of S^lomoh would seem a duplicate of that LMU^->el. The mother of Lmu^>el was of the tribe of Mas`s`a>

= Messene (Kuwayt).

Kuwayt is adjacent to LaMU is a proverbial hero of the Gurage; he is from (G&H, p. 146, fn. 7) the village Ma:t.a:r "rain": with the Maya rain-god C^a>ac (who is depicted with elephant-like proboscis)

cf. <ar. mu-LaMLiMa "proboscis of elephant" (A-ED, p. 1032).

The wife of Lmu^>el is heroine of the "snow" s^eleg (MS^LY 31:21) = <ar. talj.

>abi-S^aG may be a pun on S^eleG, or vice versa.

Abysinnian origin of Freemasonry

Abysinnian origin of the Freemasons

Aethiopic origin of Freemasonry

Aethiopic origin of the Freemasons

Aethiopian origin of Freemasonry

Aethiopian origin of the Freemasons

Abysinnian source of Freemasonry

Abysinnian source of the Freemasons

Aethiopic source of Freemasonry

Aethiopic source of the Freemasons

Aethiopian source of Freemasonry

Aethiopian source of the Freemasons

Freemason secret words& passwords include:-

& tubal-Qayin (the smith); [N]a<mi^ (CBD #5281, RWT 1:2; but the allusion must surely be to Na<mah the sister (B-R>S^YT 4:22) of tubal-Qayin; &^n as "substitute word" for Mah.lo^n (RWT 1:2)-- apparently the double-allusion is to the name of a city, H.elbo^n "milky (Milky Way?)"

White-wool-producing (YH.ZQ>L 27:18 -- cf. also Revelation of St. John 1:14) H.elbo^n is in the district of Dimas`q, known as Waban -- the Wabanaki of New England of worshippers of the white-haired-rabbit-god, much as the rabbit is the principal god in Abyssinia.

Lmu^>el is not only Mormon (1st & 2nd Nephi), but also a more general Freemasonic name

?Ft. Lamy in C^ad[; Lemur-s in Madagascar]

From this it can be inferred that Freemasonry spread from

pagan Sudan & pagan Abyssinia via pagan to the realm of >abi-S^ag & S^lomoh --

but there is also a South American connection:--

H.iram ABIP (Abiff) of Kabul "fetter" (metathized to Klub[-ay] "cage" ?). The queen of S^ba> (cf. Sba> = Abysinnia) is a "quality queen" -- Skt. Rani + gun.a "quality" = Rangoon, BuRMaH -- perhaps referring to the high quality of the remark "However!" (bettter than "You don't say!)

ABIPon Indians in Argentina, on the river BeRMeHo "however" (CBD #1297)

G&H = William A. Shack & Habte-Mariam Marcos: Gods and Heroes. Oxford: Clarendon Pr, 1974.

EA = JANUA LINGUARUM, Series Practica, XVII. Wolf Leslau: Ethopian Argots. Mouton & Co., The Hague, 1964.

EAS = David H. Kelley & Eugene F. Milone: Exploring Ancient Skies. Springer, NY, 2005.

CBD = Derek Williams (ed.): New Concise Bible Dictionary.

SCD = [The New] Strong's Complete Dictionary of Bible Words.

A-ED = [The] Hans Wehr Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic.