10-24-2016, Hebrew 5777, Ethiopic 7509
Raising Up The House of Judah is offering, in service, in sacrifice and thanksgiving, to and in Yahoshua Ben YHWH’s name, goodness of the name of Hirut, Ruth, Rut.
According to The Amharic Book of Ruth, as translated and interpreted from The Emperor’s Bible, HIM Haile Selassie I Bible, by Ras Iadonis Tafari, First Edition, Hirut, in the Ethiopic, Ruth in the English, Rut in the Amharic version means repeated, several, to engrave, carved stone, to retain the form, to sow, germinate, renew, root. Rut is a repetition of earlier narratives, carved and engraved in stone, germination and renewal of the Messianic root, in the person of the Black Messiah, Hamashiach, (Karast?)
Hirut, Ruth, Rut is a genealogical, etymological, biblical tree or branch of the House of David and the Solomonic Dynasty. According to Yiddish Hebrew, the meaning of Hirut is “unknown”. By them, their standards and mythology render Hirut, Ruth, Rut-“unable”. Modern Jews and Rabbis in the Megilloth portions state that Ruth, means “friendship” that admirably summarizes her nature. Partially true, she attracts after her all that resonate with her nature, unselfish devotion, humble service, ableness, maidenhood, and modesty. Her attraction is her beautiful nature full of precious qualities rarely found in the world. Yes, she truly was and is in the world, but not of the world.
An excellent question raised is: How can any Christian, Hebrew and Jewish name be considered of an “unknown” origin and or meaning, unless the roots are found elsewhere? Have the Christian, Hebrew and Jewish theologians lay hold of the matter of the tree, roots or even any of her branches? The other half of the story that is Kamite (Hamite) Kamo Kushitic (Cushite) has been continually crushed to the ground, suppressed, trodden, flattened, trampled and left. Genesis of Hirut, Ruth, Rut is found and recoverable through the Ancient Ethiopic language called “Ge’ez”, the first language.
Revealed through the Egyptian/Ethiopic name and title, Heruy, meaning “Chosen; Elect”, without vowel notation , is interpreted by the majority of Black Egyptologist and Afrocentristics linguist and scholars as “H-R-U”. Ethiopianist, Semiticists, Herbaicist, deduce “Herut” or “Hirut” , the feminine form of “Horus”, as Xirut. Greek and Eurocentristics construe it as “Horus”. Known to Egyptians, written on papyrus, of the deceased, guidebook to a happy afterlife, intended to enable the deceased to overcome obstacles and not lose their way, as Reu nu per em hru, translated means “The Chapters of Coming Forth by Day”. Help and protection of the g d’s would be granted while proclaiming the deceased’s identity.
Kheyr and Heyr, alternative English transcriptions mean “good, excellent, virtuous”.
YHWH Elohim’s, Igzi Abher (an ancient contraction of the Tri-partite Heruy and Xer form Kheyr form) has Children. Hirut, Ruth, Rut, no doubt is one of YHWH Elohim’s Children, also known as Neteru, Hathor. Hirut, Ruth, Rut is referenced in the Royal (Shoan) in the Revised Amharic Bible.
After Ruth and her mother-in-law repatriated to the land of Israel, Hirut, Ruth, Rut proceeds to the farming, undeveloped, unindustrialized, agricultural fields…