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Difference between נוטריקון and ראשי תיבות?

2020.03.30 03:19 KamtzaBarKamtza Difference between נוטריקון and ראשי תיבות?

I happened across the word נוטריקון today and I hadn't heard it before. When I looked it up on Morfix it says:
ראשי תיבות (ר"ת; בלשון חז"ל: נוטריקון - מלטינית
It appears that they are synonyms but נוטריקון is a rabbinic term borrowed from Latin. But isn't the term ראשי תיבות also a rabbinic term? It appears throughout rabbinic literature
So what really is the distinction between the terms? Is there one?
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2020.03.30 03:17 KamtzaBarKamtza What is the difference between נוטריקון vs. ראשי תיבות?

I happened across the word נוטריקון today and I hadn't heard it before. When I looked it up on Morfix it says:
ראשי תיבות (ר"ת; בלשון חז"ל: נוטריקון - מלטינית
It appears that they are synonyms but נוטריקון is a rabbinic term borrowed from Latin. But isn't the term ראשי תיבות also a rabbinic term? It appears throughout rabbinic literature
So what really is the distinction between the terms? Is there one?
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2018.11.27 02:14 VasilRex Bible Cosmology: The Firmament and Waters Above

When we look into the sky, we often grasp a sense of awe. For tens of thousands of years, we attempted to decipher what the heavens were really like. The secret behind the sun, moon, stars. Why was it blue in the day, and black at night with host of lights adorning the backdrop? After numerous generations, some of those answers have come to us. We now know that our home is merely a sapphire pebble adrift in a multi-billion-year-old ocean of stars, asteroids, and radiation, perpetually circling a single spark with other planets in tow.

Nevertheless, many ancient groups, primarily speaking today, the ancient Hebrews, where of the people in an age of superstition and ignorance. Merely following what their neighbors and ancestors had postulated, their worldview was permanently woven into the Torah. It might be hard to understand it at first, but once the evidence is laid bare, their views will be startling.

The Primordial Ocean:
Genesis 1:2 (KJV)
And the earth was without form, and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
According to the hebrew view, the entire cosmos was a chaotic mess. Void of life and order, and submerged in primordial waters.
In this verse the word for "deep" is Tehom (Strongs 8415), which roughly means abyss, or deep. It is referencing the cosmic waters that were dark, and omnipresent. Tehom is cognate with the Akkadian tamtu, which means sea or lake. They also believed that fountains extended into the watery abyss from underground, and they aided in the Deluge fable of Noah.
They also believed that the highest heavens existed above, which was the abode of The Lord. Which is why it says in Psalms 104:3 "and lays the beams of his upper chambers on their waters".
They believed this is why the sky was blue, a reflection of the cosmic waters. As is said in Psalm 148:5:
Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye waters that [be] above the heavens.

The Firmament in the midst of the Waters
Genesis 1:6 (KJV)
And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.
The ancient hebrews believed that the sky was a solid dome, which was erected upon a disk-shaped flat earth. "In the midst of the waters" really just means "in the middle of the waters". As if The Lord made the world submerged in the cosmic sea.
The hebrew word used for Firmament is "Raqia", it comes from the semetic root "r-q" which means "To be(come) thin." The verbal form usually denotes metalwork, such as pounding out golden plates in Exodus 39:3. Hinting that a place was beaten out for the solid sky to protect the new world from the chaotic waters surrounding it.
The Hebrew Bible references the firmament several times, such as in Job 37:18:
"Canst thou with him spread out the sky, Which is strong as a molten mirror?" (ASV)
Ancient mirrors weren't made out of glass, but were beaten and molded out of metal such as bronze, copper, and steel. The ancient Hebrew scribes would have been educated men, who would have known of this process from the metal mirrors from egypt, that Cannanite royalty would have had access to, since modern Israel was a colony of Egypt during the New Kingdom
Ezekiel 1:22,26 also describes a vision, where Ezekiel sees the magical creatures known as sephanim in Hebrew Mythology. Above them is a firmament, with you know who sitting on the throne above:
"And over the head of the living creature there was the likeness of a firmament, like the terrible crystal to look upon, stretched forth over their heads above."
"And above the firmament that was over their heads was the likeness of a throne, as the appearance of a sapphire stone; and upon the likeness of the throne was a likeness as the appearance of a man upon it above."
Many Jewish fables from that time also mention the solid sky. Such as in 3 Baruch 3:7, (written by a Greek-speaking jew). In the story, Baruch is journeying to heaven with an angel as a guide. While going through the various heavens, he sees many bewitched people roaming around in one of the dimensions. When inquiring from his guide why, the Angel explains that they worked on the tower of Bable, and what they did when they got to the top:
" 7 had built the tower to the height of four hundred and sixty-three cubits. And they took a gimlet (screw), and sought to pierce the heaven, saying, Let us see (whether) the heaven is made of clay, or of 8 brass, or of iron. When God saw this He did not permit them, but smote them with blindness and confusion of speech, and rendered them as thou seest. "
Many Jewish commentators in the Middle Ages state the solid-sky of the torah:
Rambam (1194-1270CE)
"Let there be (yehi) a firmament" - let the firmament be strengthened (yechazek);' Rabbi Yehuda Berebi Shimon said, 'the firmament (rakiya) should form [like] a cloth, like you would say (Exodus 39:3), "And they flattened (yiraka'au) the gold [into thin plates], etc."'"
The Targum (Aramiac translation of the Bible) also elaborates that the Lord held it up!
And the Lord made the expanse, upbearing it with three fingers*, between the confines of the heavens and the waters of the ocean, and separated between the waters which were below the expanse, and the waters which were above, in the collection (or covering) of the expanse; and it was so. And the Lord called the expanse the Heavens. And it was evening, and it was morning, the Second Day.*
Link to Targum
Rashbam (1085-1174 CE) Commentary on Genesis
the Holy One (praised be He!) divided them at the middle and made a hammered-out plate extending from east to west and from north to south to make a distinction between the supernal waters.
Radak (1040-1105 CE)
after the rakia (firmament) had become firm, substantial, and it was capable of supporting the luminaries, G’d called it, “heaven.”
Here is a whole page of references to the firmament from various jewish literature: Scroll down the page for more.
Josephus(37-100CE) also mentions a crystal firmament
After this, on the second day, he placed the heaven over the whole world, and separated it from the other parts; and he determined it should stand by it self. He also placed a cristalline [firmament] round it; and put it together in a manner agreeable to the earth;
Christian Church Father Origen shared this view
" Although God had already previously made heaven, now he makes the firmament. For he made heaven first, about which he says “heaven is my throne”. But after that he makes the firmament. That is, the corporal heaven. For every corporal object is, without doubt, firm and solid*; and it is this which “divides the water which is above heaven from the water which is below heaven”.*
But this heaven, that is the firmament, is corporal.
-Origen Genesis Homily 1 Page 49
Anyway, This was just a little bit of the hebrew Cosmology.

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2018.11.27 02:01 VasilRex Bible Cosmology 1: The Firmament and the Waters

When we look into the sky, we often grasp a sense of awe. For tens of thousands of years, we attempted to decipher what the heavens were really like. The secret behind the sun, moon, stars. Why was it blue in the day, and black at night with host of lights adorning the backdrop? After numerous generations, some of those answers have come to us. We now know that our home is merely a sapphire pebble adrift in a multi-billion-year-old ocean of stars, asteroids, and radiation, perpetually circling a single spark with other planets in tow.

Nevertheless, many ancient groups, primarily speaking today, the ancient Hebrews, where of the people in an age of superstition and ignorance. Merely following what their neighbors and ancestors had postulated, their worldview was permanently woven into the Torah. It might be hard to understand it at first, but once the evidence is laid bare, their views will be startling.

The Primordial Ocean:
Genesis 1:2 (KJV)
And the earth was without form, and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
According to the hebrew view, the entire cosmos was a chaotic mess. Void of life and order, and submerged in primordial waters.
In this verse the word for "deep" is Tehom (Strongs 8415), which roughly means abyss, or deep. It is referencing the cosmic waters that were dark, and omnipresent. Tehom is cognate with the Akkadian "tamtu", which means sea or lake. They also believed that fountains extended into the watery abyss from underground, and they aided in the Deluge fable of Noah.
They also believed that the highest heavens existed above, which was the abode of The Lord. Which is why it says in psalms 104:3 "and lays the beams of his upper chambers on their waters"

The Firmament in the midst of the Waters
Genesis 1:6 (KJV)
And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.
The ancient hebrews believed that the sky was a solid dome, which was erected upon a disk-shaped flat earth. "In the midst of the waters" really just means "in the middle of the waters". As if The Lord made the world submerged in the cosmic sea.
The hebrew word used for Firmament is "Raqia", it comes from the semetic root "r-q" which means "To be(come) thin." The verbal form usually denotes metalwork, such as pounding out golden plates in Exodus 39:3. Hinting that a place was beaten out for the solid sky to protect the new world from the chaotic waters surrounding it.
The Hebrew Bible references the firmament several times, such as in Job 37:18:
"Canst thou with him spread out the sky, Which is strong as a molten mirror?" (ASV)
Ancient mirrors weren't made out of glass, but were beaten and molded out of metal such as bronze, copper, and steel. The ancient Hebrew scribes would have been educated men, who would have known of this process from the metal mirrors from egypt, that Cannanite royalty would have had access to, since modern Israel was a colony of Egypt during the New Kingdom
Ezekiel 1:22,26 also describes a vision, where Ezekiel sees the magical creatures known as sephanim in Hebrew Mythology. Above them is a firmament, with you know who sitting on the throne above:
"And over the head of the living creature there was the likeness of a firmament, like the terrible crystal to look upon, stretched forth over their heads above."
"And above the firmament that was over their heads was the likeness of a throne, as the appearance of a sapphire stone; and upon the likeness of the throne was a likeness as the appearance of a man upon it above."
Many Jewish fables from that time also mention the solid sky. Such as in 3 Baruch 3:7, (written by a Greek-speaking jew). In the story, Baruch is journeying to heaven with an angel as a guide. While going through the various heavens, he sees many bewitched people roaming around in one of the dimensions. When inquiring from his guide why, the Angel explains that they worked on the tower of Bable, and what they did when they got to the top:
" 7 had built the tower to the height of four hundred and sixty-three cubits. And they took a gimlet (screw), and sought to pierce the heaven, saying, Let us see (whether) the heaven is made of clay, or of 8 brass, or of iron. When God saw this He did not permit them, but smote them with blindness and confusion of speech, and rendered them as thou seest. "
Many Jewish commentators in the Middle Ages state the solid-sky of the torah:
Rambam (1194-1270CE)
"Let there be (yehi) a firmament" - let the firmament be strengthened (yechazek);' Rabbi Yehuda Berebi Shimon said, 'the firmament (rakiya) should form [like] a cloth, like you would say (Exodus 39:3), "And they flattened (yiraka'au) the gold [into thin plates], etc."'"
The Targum (Aramiac translation of the Bible) also elaborates that the Lord held it up!
And the Lord made the expanse, upbearing it with three fingers*, between the confines of the heavens and the waters of the ocean, and separated between the waters which were below the expanse, and the waters which were above, in the collection (or covering) of the expanse; and it was so. And the Lord called the expanse the Heavens. And it was evening, and it was morning, the Second Day.*
Link to Targum
Rashbam (1085-1174 CE) Commentary on Genesis
the Holy One (praised be He!) divided them at the middle and made a hammered-out plate extending from east to west and from north to south to make a distinction between the supernal waters.
Radak (1040-1105 CE)
after the rakia (firmament) had become firm, substantial, and it was capable of supporting the luminaries, G’d called it, “heaven.”
Here is a whole page of references to the firmament from various jewish literature: Scroll down the page for more.
Josephus(37-100CE) also mentions a crystal firmament
After this, on the second day, he placed the heaven over the whole world, and separated it from the other parts; and he determined it should stand by it self. He also placed a cristalline [firmament] round it; and put it together in a manner agreeable to the earth;
Christian Church Father Origen shared this view
" Although God had already previously made heaven, now he makes the firmament. For he made heaven first, about which he says “heaven is my throne”. But after that he makes the firmament. That is, the corporal heaven. For every corporal object is, without doubt, firm and solid*; and it is this which “divides the water which is above heaven from the water which is below heaven”.*
But this heaven, that is the firmament, is corporal.
-Origen Genesis Homily 1 Page 49
Anyway, This was just a little bit of the hebrew Cosmology.

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2012.10.24 08:47 exokernel9 Bodhidharma's "Outline of Practice"

Outline of Practice
Many roads lead to the Path [1], but basically there are only two: reason and practice. To enter by reason means to realize the essence through instruction and to believe that all living things share the same true nature, which isn't apparent because it's shrouded by sensation and delusion. Those who turn from delusion back to reality, who meditate on walls [2], the absence of self and other, the oneness of mortal and sage, and who remain unmoved even by scriptures are in complete and unspoken agreement with reason. Without moving, without effort, they enter, we say, by reason.
To enter by practice refers to four all-inclusive practices [3]: suffering injustice, adapting to conditions, seeking nothing, and practicing the Dharma.
First, suffering injustice. When those who search for the path encounter adversity, they should think to themselves, "In countless ages gone by, I've turned from the essential to the trivial and wandered through all manner of existence, often angry without cause and guilty of numberless transgressions. Now, though I do no wrong, I'm punished by my past. Neither gods nor men can foresee when an evil deed will bear its fruit. I accept it with an open heart and without complaint of injustice." The sutras say, "When you meet with adversity don't be upset, because it makes sense." With such understanding you're in harmony with reason. And by suffering injustice you enter the Path.
Second, adapting to conditions. As mortals, we're ruled by conditions, not by ourselves. All the suffering and joy we experience depend on conditions. If we should be blessed by some great reward, such as fame or fortune, it's the fruit of a seed planted by us in the past. When conditions change, it ends. Why delight in its existence? But while success and failure depend on conditions, the mind neither waxes nor wanes. Those who remain unmoved by the wind of joy silently follow the Path.
Third, seeking nothing. People of this world are deluded. They're always longing for something--always, in a word, seeking. But the wise wake up. They choose reason over custom. They fix their minds on the sublime and let their bodies change with the seasons. All phenomena are empty. They contain nothing worth desiring. Calamity forever alternates with Prosperity [4]. To dwell in the three realms [5] is to dwell in a burning house. To have a body is to suffer. Does anyone with a body know peace? Those who understand this detach themselves from all that exists and stop imagining or seeking anything. The sutras say, "To seek is to suffer. To seek nothing is bliss." When you seek nothing, you're on the Path.
Fourth, practicing the Dharma [6]. The Dharma is the truth that all natures are pure. By this truth, all appearances are empty. Defilement and attachment, subject and object don't exist. The sutras say, "The Dharma includes no being because it's free from the impurity of being, and the Dharma includes no self because it's free from the impurity of self." Those wise enough to believe and understand this truth are bound to practice according to the Dharma. And since that which is real includes nothing worth begrudging, they give their body, life, and property in charity, without regret, without the vanity of giver, gift, or recipient, and without bias or attachment. And to eliminate impurity they teach others, but without becoming attached to form. Thus, through their own practice they're able to help others and glorify the way of Enlightenment. And as with charity, they also practice the other virtues. But while practicing the six virtues [7] to eliminate delusion, they practice nothing at all. This is what's meant by practicing the Dharma.
[1] Path. When Buddhism came to China, Tao was used to translate Dharma and Bodhi. This was partly because Buddhism was viewed as a foreign form of Taoism. In his "Bloodstream Sermon," Bodhidharma says, "The path is zen."
[2] Walls. After he arrived in China, Bodhidharma spent nine years in meditation facing the rock wall of a cave near Shaolin Temple. Bodhidharma's walls of emptiness connect all opposites, including self and other, mortal and sage.
[3] Four ... practices. These are a variation of the Four Noble Truths: all existence is marked by suffering; suffering has a cause; the cause can be brought to an end; and the way to bring it to an end is the Eightfold Noble Path of right views, right thought, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right devotion, right mindfulness, and right zen.
note: zen literally means meditation
[4] Calamity ... Prosperity. Two goddesses, responsible for good and bad fortune, respectively. They appear in chapter twelve of the Nirvana Sutra.
[5] Three realms. The Buddhist psychological equivalent of the Brahmanic cosmological triple world of bhur, bhuvah, and svar, or earth, atmosphere, and heaven. The Buddhist triple world includes kamadhatu, or the realm of desire--the hells, the four continents of the human and animal world, and the six heavens of pleasure; rupadhatu, or the realm of form--the four heavens of meditation; and arupadhatu, or the formless realm of pure spirit--the four empty, or immaterial, states. Together, the three realms constitute the limits of existence. In chapter three of the Lotus Sutra the three realms are represented by a burning house.
[6] Dharma. The Sanskrit word dharma comes from dhri, meaning "to hold", and refers to anything held to be real, whether in a provisional or in an ultimate sense. Hence the word can mean thing, teaching, or reality.
[7] Six virtues. The paramitas , or "means to the other shore": charity, morality, patience, devotion, meditation, and wisdom. All six must be practiced with detachment from the concepts of actor, action, and beneficiary.
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