Why is it no longer a war on
people say how the country got it's spelling, going by wiki and
other fallible sources, it was originally spelled "Kenia".
Why? The English spelled it like it sounded KEN. When you look up
Kenite in Strongs, it is spelled that way in English because that is
how it sounds in Hebrew.
follows from a missionary diary
Original papers 1910 Annual Letter from Dr T W W Crawford, Embu.
Embu are a branch of the Kikuyu tribe and inhabit the slopes and
foot hills on the North East side of Mount Kenia."
British were going to name it Kenia, they objected and wanted it
named by how it sounded in English and how they pronounced their
tribal name (KEN) for thousands of years.
Why the YA
instead of "ia"? I know in Hebrew this would basically
mean of God (Yah, Jeh) the way it is pronounced in English/Hebrew.
The way the Hebrews pronounce "Cain" is "Ken",
hence KENites when you look it up in a Strongs. So, basically Kenya
means ("KEN" of our God or KEN our God) pronounced in
Hebrew. Someone who knows Hebrew better then me, feel free to
correct me on the YAH sound as in YAH HO VEH (aka Jehovah).
question is did the 1st president of Kenya, realize this?
The one who
went to theology school and who changed his original name from
"Kamau wa Ngengi" to "Mzee Jomo Kenyatta"
because it did not sound African enough. Why? "Kamau"
is another word for Egyptian.
His real name
basically meant "Egyptian of ngengi" as far as I can tell,
which is a city on the west side of Kenya. The African name books
have Kamau meaning "silent warrior", is not this
how Satan operates, silently? I am sure though a British trained
theology student knew what it originally meant.
Am I correct,
I think I am. Do some research and judge for yourself.
question is do you think the President who went to Africa to
research his KENya roots, who talked to his blood relatives where
tribal history means everything, figured it out? I mean, I don't
have a Harvard education and I figured it out.
Obama telling you 1/2 a truth about the reason it is no longer a war