The Sabbath really is Ọsẹ Ọbatala!

The Sabbath (also Sabbatum) is the name by which Jews and Christians call a particular day of the week that they use for resting. They also call it the Lord’s Day or Day of the Lord and argue that they observe it in accordance with biblical instructions. But, given that the bible is a schizoid fabrication of an original known as Ifa, and that Lord really is Ọbatala who is also known as Eṣumare (also Ẹla from which is possibly derived Lord and Light: (Ẹ)la > Lo(rd) and Li(ght)), then the Sabbath really is the Day of Ọbatala.

Support for this argument can be gleaned via the linguistic comparison of both names. According to Ifa, the religious calendar is of a four-day cycle where ọjọ kinni ọsẹ is the first day, ọjọ keji ọsẹ is the second, ọjọ kẹta ọsẹ is the third, and ọjọ kẹrin ọsẹ is the fourth. One of those days called Ọsẹ belongs to Ọbatala and is therefore called Ọsẹ Ọbatala. By comparison, the word Sabbath appears to be another Amorite re-lexification of Ọsẹ Ọbatala derived by removing Ọ- from Ọsẹ and -ala or -la and perhaps -Ọ from Ọbatala:

(Ọ)sẹ Ọbat(ala) > SẹỌbat > Sabbath

(Ọ)sẹ Ọbatal(a) > SẹỌbatal > Sabbatum.

There is also a social calendar which consists of a seven-day cycle and has none of its days dedicated as a day of rest. However, Ọsẹ Ọbatala is a day dedicated to the celebration and devotion of Ọbatala and other some other divinities like Ọbaluaye, Egungun, Ogiyan, Iyami, etc.

The biblical Torah is a schizoid copy of Ọrọ also known as Ifa

The Amorites, especially of the synagogue of Satan who call themselves Jews, claim that the Torah is the divine revelation from God to them for mankind. Some argue that it consists of the Pentateuch, i.e., the first five books of the Old Testament of the bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) while another group argues that it is instead restricted to the legal portions of the Pentateuch, and for others it is the whole hebrew bible. We now know that they have been lying, that the Jews are impostors who fabricated their identity from the Aku (aka Ọmọ Oduduwa). One implication of this theft is that the Torah is a schizoid fake of an original that is possessed by the Aku. But what is the original? The answer is Ifa.

Proving this is quite easy and the way to go about it is by comparison.

According to the Aku, Ifa is the direct speech (also message, word) of Olodumare the Supreme Being to mankind, and the Aku are its custodians. They add that Olodumare revealed it to the irunmọlẹ of wisdom who is known as Ọrunmila and who is thus its prophet. Superficially, the definitions appear too similar, but there is more. I’ve already shown on this blog that Moses is actually Ọrunmila and that the name Moses which the English version of Moshe (Mōšeh) of the schizoid language of the Jews known as Modern Hebrew might even be a re-lexification of the Aku name Moṣeb’ọlatan (Joy hitherto despaired of). Nevertheless, crux of my argument follows.

The Aku word for speech or message is Ọrọ which is an elision of and rọ. The root is the verb rọ which can be translated as “descend” while is both the nominalizing agent that when prefixed to -rọ converts it to a verb and is a noun that is the first and authoritative utterance of Olodumare. This authoritative utterance is also written as Họ, but the H is somewhat silent and not written, and Egyptologists who have come across it in the records of ancient Egypt render it as Hu or Ḥw. is also known to the Aku as Ẹla the spirit of purity, pure light, and the Aku word for light is Ala. Now, Ala is white and is governed by the irunmọlẹ called Ọbatala. It consists of light of seven colours (wavelengths) namely red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet which are the colours of the rainbow that is governed by the irunmọlẹ called Eṣumare. Ẹla is Ọbatala and Ọbatala is Eṣumare, and the noun light is derived from Ala and/or Ẹla, while the verb light is derived from the root -la (perceive, free, save) of Ala and Ẹla:

  • Ala > Li(ght)
  • La > Li(ght)

We know that light, whether natural or unnatural, proceeds from a source and exists only as long as it is connected to the source and the source exists or is “switched on.” So, whenever a source of light is switched on light descends from the source and proceeds to infinity. This act of descent/procession is encapsulated in the Aku verb rọ and is fundamental to Aku spirituality in the form of a prayer request for the spirit of pure light to descend from Olodumare into their presence: Ẹla rọ. Since Ẹla is Ọ, a request for Ẹla to rọ is a request for Ọ to rọ, Ọrọ. For creation to commence, Olodumare had to command Ọ to descend from him, suggesting that Ọ is not just the authoritative utterance and light but the thought of Olodumare and consisting of the instruction manual of creation which is traditionally known to the Aku as Ifa. For this manual to become reality he had to command it to proceed forth form him, hence Ọrọ. Now, how is Ọrọ connected to Torah?

The word Torah is a re-lexification and derivative of Ọrọ. Torah is an English word of which the cognate in Modern Hebrew is Tôrâ.

  • Ọrọ > (T)ora > Tora(h)

The oyinbo including Jews have been unable to demonstrate the etymology and meaning of tora/torah but have only been able to speculate that it might have to do with the root YRH and that if this is accurate than the meaning would be “instruction, teaching, direction”. The use of YRH is deceitful because there is no H in the Jewish Tora but the English Torah and no Y sound in both. Also, the roots of both are, according to spelling TR and TRH, but only TR if going by pronunciation alone. Since they have been using YRH, it is likely that the T in Tora/Torah is not supposed to be there and they are aware. This would imply that this T ought to be Y, that is, Yora/Yorah. This is quite close to the Aku Ọrọ whose root is just R. However, if we modify it with the addition of H as described earlier and also as the English did with Torah, we have Họrọ or Họrọh whose roots are HR and HRH which is just like YR/YRH:

  • HR > YR(H)
  • HRH > YRH.

This indicates the possibility of the veracity of the argument here that the Tora is a schizoid derivative of Ọrọ. Support for this is seen in the existence or rather discovery of other words in the Aku lexicon that start with vowel sounds that the Jews padded at the anterior with consonants. Examples include:

  • Eshu > Yeshu, Yeshua, Jeshua, Joshua;
  • Ọkọ > Shechem;
  • Epe > Yepet, Iapetus, Japheth, Jupiter;
  • Aku > Yakub, Jacob;

Owodaye or Oodaye > Yehudah, Juda, Judea