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Harv- Translation Please

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on December 8, 2004 13:08:44 UTC

I have been using a hebrew mantra for years without really knowing what it means. When revealed to me, it was said that the first word is like a pulverizer, the second word is what you want pulverized, the third word is a vacuum cleaner to clean out what was pulverized, and the last word is god, who you are asking for help. Here is the mantra, applied to ice cream, where I first noticed that it was effective:

haramin myicecream barame elohim

You post above translates barar as to test or to purify, which is consistent with the vacuum cleaner analogy. I of course know what the last word means. So in hebrew, what does harar mean?

Thanks,

Richard

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