Learning From Storytellers About Creation And Greek Culture
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Learning From Storytellers About Creation And Greek Culture

A lesson in Greek. The names of days of the week.

In Greece there is still a culture of telling children about themselves and who their parents are by simple speech and obvious references.  The references used are that obvious that children are amazed at their parents intellect which isn't really educated intelligence but simple folk culture.  An example of this type of teaching is as follows.  Try to follow and get amazed at the intellect. 

Children how do we know about how God created the earth?  We know how just by learning the names of the days of the week. 

Our week starts with Kaeryiakee (Sunday).  The word Kaeryiakee means in Greek, Your Ladyship.  The male is Your Lord.  The first day of the Greek week is named in honor of the Lord having decided to create the planet Earth. 

The second day of the week is named in Greek Theyftairah (Monday).  The word Theyftairah means Second.  The second day of the Greek week is named Second or Theyftairah.  Now isn't that brilliant?

The third day of the week is named in Greek Tritti (Tuesday).  The word Tritti means Third.  The third day of the Greek week is named Third or Tritti.  How easy can God make it for you dullards?  The Greek mother scolds her children.

The fourth day of the week is named in Greek Taitartee (Wednesday).  The word Taitartee in Greek means Fourth.  The fourth day of the week is named Fourth or Taitartee.  Would you like me to teach you how to count in Greek?

one, ena, two, theeo, three, tria, four, tessaira, five, pendai, six, eksi, seven, epta

Would you like me to teach you the place name order in chronological time?

first, protee, second, theyftairee, third, teereitee, fourth, tetartee, fifth, paiftee, sixth, ektos, seventh, evthomos

The fifth day of the week is named paeftee (Thursday).  The word paeftee in Greek means fifth.  Some poetry has been written about falling that has nothing to do with Autumn.  Oh, my, I digress.

The sixth day of the week is named Paraskevee (Friday).  The word in Greek has many possible interpretations.  The one that has a Christian message is Preparation Or Prepares.  The reference to the Coming of Christ is obvious, isn't.  God created the Earth to make a place for His Son to live. 

The seventh day of the week is named Sahvahtoe (Saturday).  The word in Greek means the Sabbath.  The word Savva in Greek really means Sheba.  The word Savvan which might refer to savant linguistically means a wrapper of the dead an obvious reference to Egyptian burial practices.  Saturday is a day of preparing and putting away the dead. 

Now, what happens after the dead are prepared and put away?  We start again with the first day of the week or Kaeryiakee.

Metaphorically we could call it the resurrection of the dead in whatever form your race or culture sees it. 

From this Greek to my 100 some readers, Kaly Anastasee which means Good Resurrection.  For the English whose names of the week are a mixture of their historical linguistic roots, Happy Easter. 

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