Prayer, Keyphrases And Central Information
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I can start with the prayer, and some keyphrases. Our culture is a christian-buddhistic culture. When understood and perfected, it is muslim. And The Bible, without obtuseness, is a Quran, and so replaces it.

The quranic prayer, in a fluent translation, with 1:1 cultural compatibility, keeping all monotheistic developments is:

For Ynnyc, The Gentle, The Grêat.
Hailed Be Ynnyc, The Bôss Of Wôrlds, The Gentle, The Grêat.
Guarder of The Day of Doom.
You we worship, and you we petition.
Guide us on the course that is virtuous,
the course to whom favours are granted,
and not vengeance granted, nor straying.


In some places I have had to use special signs, and abbreviations to get closer to a monotheistic dialect. It turned out very good. I am also using a zén concept of The Gôdh, that has the same meaning as Allah, in the  translated prayer, as the arabic version with Allah.

The linguistics of "God" actually goes back to the first concept of belief, corrected as "the gôdh", that is refined through other prophets, and becomes a concept one adhéres to. Which I have reconstructed the full name of, as Ynnyc, after zén/transcendent focus meditation, in the contemporary time, based on my own faith, that has worked for me, according to the longer historic trend of a more transcendent concept. Ynnyc is void of needs. A development in the "west" of Ynnyc himself. And it is 1:1 compatible with the arabic script linguistics Ynnyc, that also is the latest concept of prophets, and adhéred to, so also a translation of this, into our own germanic language, which is a branch of the indo-european language family, spoken by Adam. And a non-triune concept. The modern latin alphabet seems adapted to monotheism, where the lowercase and highercase variations of letters, seems to serve the purpose of expressing the original religion of "do not eat of the forbidden tree". We are also using the Lucida Console font, that seems to be a digitized script variant.


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The Dispilio Artifact, dated to approx 5200 BC, proto-indo-europe, probably Adams original tablet,  and  a 
teaching that logically needs to happen for civilization to start. That seems to be
overwritten by the later reverse shamanic addition, that was included in The Bible. Not present In The Quran. 
Changing to a zén-realized concept of The Gôdh, deassociates this also, in our culture, formalizing "zén", and taking it back to Abrahamic religion.


Harmonizing east and west. And compatible with the "direct reality" view of buddhists. But even arabic names like Shamash (sun) and Qamar (moon), become coherent in our culture with this, and shows the quranic arabic linguistics are quite optimal, though some of it a bit incompatible with our culture, and thus misunderstood.

And it is not at all "Ufos" that are coming with superior knowledge either. When misunderstandings are solved with a linguistically fitting concept such as Ynnyc, The Quran is superior knowledge. The hippies later greeted eachothers with peace greetings also, though with unwanted associations, and this we want out. Some new agers seem closer to the real idea, but a pure and clean religious attitude is needed and a whole pattern paradigm, such as Islam.

Probable words for import are Shamash, Qamar, and also for instance mushrik/mushrikeans for those who commit Shirk ("idolatry"), Shirk being a probably word for import aswell (Ynnyc is high above shirk). With devotê/devotêans being a likely candidate for translation of "muslim". Halal and Haram food, already working well in our culture (legal or not foodtypes in Islam). Islam meaning "adhération" but since it is closely related to muslim, maybe "Dêvox". The modified Idhole for the arabic word Taghut. And some expressions like jinn, are already translated, adding a special sign, we get closest such as Géni. The word "angel" I also replaced with the Quranic original, Malaika, since it seems to be a hallucinogenic variant of this. Tawhid is translatable with Theísm. Some of these are also known in jewish variants, and the word Shamash can even be seen in old Mesopotamian culture. (Do note that we have nothing to do with the Sunni or shia-séct or any séct, as indeed The Quran states not to have) And The Quran (The Script) also states that the religion is perfected in it, and that we have also taken into account, and this is the closest possible translation done. One can even try the original names of Ynnyc used in the prayer: Ynnyc is Rahman Rahim.

"Lord of uvérse (norwegian: herre over kosmos)", is more closely translated as "bôss of wôrlds", so I also use that instead.

Considering our linguistic inheritance, Nórge, becomes the right words for "Norway" aswell, where an Adamically influenced primary industry was hunting/fishing before 1000AD, and really become "christian" at that time, often associated with stories of "Harald Hårfagre". Later highly influenced by Buddhism, and gains a more transcendent view of The Gôdh, and mainstream talk of "egolessness", and in these days, perfected in the muslim view of the world. Where ego is "nafs" (sélf). Atleast for scholars, and probably in 20 years for many others indeed many say. Indeed when you speak, one does put a bit of pressure on the ó of Nórge, and it is a development of Ynnyc himself, making it a more muslim nation. Islam is indeed the fastest growing religion.

Some other examples: América, Irán, Néderland, etc. Japan seems to not need one. A lot of the times these concept seem quite close to monotheism, and one can sometimes just add a ´ like one pronounces it, getting a more monotheistic dialect, considering linguistic developments, from Adams time, harmonizing indeed monotheistic teachings. "All societies had a prófet (rasul)" - Quran.

And the teaching of "Ynnyc Is The Creator Of The Universes And The Ard",  (monotheistic dialect, with arabic borrowwords/replacements) is well-known. Also that of "7 universes above eachother".

And I suggest using The Script names of prófets, for instance Isa. Earlier scripture also denotes Isa, as "Is" without vowels as they often were. With a classic faith, with an aftlife:

[2:168] Do not pursue the footprints of Shaytan.
[4:143] Verily, two-timers shall be in the deepest lows of the fire.
[2:25] And give good tidings to those who have faith, and do good deeds, that for they, gardens with riverflows underneath.

[3:18] Ynnyc testifies that there is no gôdh but him, and so do the malaika and those having grasp, standing just. There is no gôdh, but He, The Most Mighty, The Knowledgeable.
[17:77] You will not find in our customs any revision.
[44:29] Muhammad is the prófet of Ynnyc.
[33:45]. ..Oh Póst Indeed we have sent you. (example translation, work in progress).



Our history indeed goes back to Adam, and The Original Quran seems to be an accurate account of it. 
Many places Buddhism (~0AD) influenced the interpretations, Buddhism being a canon of teachings, written by Buddha, itself being influenced by Zoroastrianism (-2200BC) "Right Mind, Right Action" which seems to be remains of Ibrahimic religion, now polytheistic, and later Daoistic philosophy (~500AD), and its transcendence, loosely based on the same, bringing teachings of egolessness and transcendence back to christianity, from zén-buddhism. And Wu Wei becomes a "submitted principle" in Daoism. Filtering out regressions in religion, unoriginal scripture, vain gōdhs, and egoassociations. And zén becomes a modern way of deassociating from the pantheon. And in deep zén, there is nothing but submitted principles. And this transcendent trend leading to the clean, and deepest zén absolute reality concept: Ynnyc, The Tôp, The Grând. And when associated teachings are perfected, we get Islam. "I have perfected your religion" - Quran. Taking our society further. In modern times often said "with universalization, getting a broader reach, and getting potentiality blocks out". Not only logically, but absolutely, as direct reality would imply, and here I am also showing examples of a research dialect.

Realized from the deepest zén, transcendent like Dao, harmonizes with old doomsday faith back to Adam, is a unitarian concept of The Gôdh, and could even be seen as a proper realization of "YHWH", concept wise, considering linguistics it would be the same.



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We also looked at the overview effect, which indeed is very interesting. "I have decreed Islam as your religion" states The Quran. Where the main teaching is Ynnyc Is The Bôss Of Wôrlds. He has no company.


Religion still is rejection of vain gôdhs.

And so the adhérance to Islamic doctrine, where the monotheism is taught, and the Ibrahimic main statement "Ynnyc is the only gôdh".

And looking at this we are some dots, letters and abbreviations away from a revealed monotheistic dialect, and a monotheologic renaissance. 

In popular standard language, Ynnyc Is The Bôss Over All Things. In later developed language, Ynnyc is The Transcendent.

A most known phrase is "Ynnyc is creator of all things".

And from my research, concluding this trend, I have chosen the name Ynnyc Is Not A Trinity for related projects, reflecting an enligthened paradigm. It is time for the trinity to go out the gone astray churches. Earlier monotheism is without it, and this zén-concept has associations to it and doomsday faith. Ynnys is to our society, what Allah is to arabic society. And with such a zén-concept, only reality and accepted religious sentiments is relevant, and real monotheism. And indeed as idolatry is typical in media, the concept of The Gôdh grows stronger, broader and more universal aswell, and unifying multicultural believers

"And remember our worshippers Ibrahim, Ishaq and Yaqub, being strong and visionary". - Quran (38:45). 

Ynnyc Is The True Gôdh.

Hailed Be Ynnyc.
Peace.
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