Why is Himmel the German for heaven?

By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson

20th August, 2022

Okay, why? Well, in English this might be ‘him Mel’. Mel is part of the word ‘Aleim’ meaning God or angels in Hebrew. Who is Mel?

Mêl means honey in Welsh. Heaven is a place of honey perhaps, a land of milk and honey maybe. Perhaps God is a honey.

And out of the strong comes forth sweetness of course, honey from the strong lion that Samson slew.

Of course, most of us who believe in God as the Father call Him, a Him.

So if the Germans call ‘Him Mel’, He must be a He!!

And He lives in heaven, which can be ‘He aven’ (aven is another word for avon meaning ‘river’).

An anagram of ‘Aleim’ is ‘I male’.

Even the alternative form ‘Elohim’ is ‘Elo him’ as in ‘Hello him’

I rest my case.

Author: alphaandomega21

Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector'sson. When not posting pages or paging posties, trying to be a good husband, and getting over a long term health issue, I am putting the world to rights. I have nothing better to do, so why not? But of course that includes dancing, being funny (in more than one sense), poking fun at life, poking fun at myself, deflating the pompous, reflating the sad. Seeking to heal the whole of the soul (and body where possible). In short making life as good as it possibly can be for others as well as myself. You can't say fairer than that. But if you can, please say. People need to know.

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