Sunday, April 13, 2008

Hebrew Mantras

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3 comments:

Naagarazan said...

A friend of mine mentioned that there is Hebrew mantra blessed by Jesus when the followers wanted to fight the enemies and overcome sufferings. It ran something loike: "aum ignaou miksup". This is said to be usually contemplated by Fathers and Sisters.
May I know the correct version of this mantra. Kindly oblige. Thanking you, Naagarazan

Steve Gold said...

Thank you for your inquiry. I am sorry, but I am not familiar with what you are referring to. Certainly Jesus knew both Aramaic and Biblical Hebrew, from which I derive the mantras I discuss, but I am not familiar with any specific Hebrew mantra used or blessed by Jesus as you describe. You can try entered "Jesus mantra" in your search engine, and you will find all kinds of things, some of which are sort of close to what you have described.

anvidh k said...

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