Comment on the Sig Nay Tau Ure on the Cul Tau of Ure (Temp)

“In short there is good reason to conclude that both elements in the hendiadys, siah and sig, refer to excretion…”

Gary Rendsburg’s paper (The Mock of Baal in 1 Kings 18:27) The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 1988. Vol 50, No.3


In many episodes of the Corporation nation radio show Clint suggests that the Sig in signature refers to the Anglo Saxon word meaning Victory. This may be true in some respect, but “Victory over nature”, doesn’t quite do it justice. It just isn’t quite as cunning or as horrible as it could be or proberly is.
So, we’ll look a little deeper into the word Signature, hit it like a Piñata and see what falls out.
For brevity. In need of debate and for want of coloured sticks.. Signature becomes Sig, nay, tau and úre.


SIG n.
a Saxon word signifying victory. is used in names, as in Sigbert, bright victory. In answers to the Greek vix in Nicander, and the Latin vic, in Victorinus.

śı̂yg
seeg
KJV Strong’s No.:H7873. Usage: pursuing. a withdrawl (into a private place)

signum n. _ ‎(genitive signī); second declension_
1. a mark, sign, emblem
2. a miracle

nay v.
Etymology: Anglo-Norman naier, neier, naer, etc., variants of Anglo-Norman and Old French, Middle French nier to renounce (God) (late 10th cent.), to deny (mid 12th cent.), to refuse something to someone
a. trans. To deny (a matter).

Tau, The Letter “T.”

The Semitic tau was written ×; the Aryan tau was written τ; both being forms of crossed lines. In writing on the subject of the tau, “the headless cross,” I shall carefully avoid any (intended) allusion to “the cross” as a Christian symbol. The tau form of the cross was in use for untold centuries before the Christian era, and it is to this ancient form of the tau that I refer. I do not wish to touch on such perilous ground as the religious side of the question, and am only concerned with the philological and mythological bearings of the letter.

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Straight out the gate I’m going to posit that signature actually means something like Excretion on Nature, a fuller break down would go something like Excretion on, no mark of us (Sig excreta Nay no Tau mark Ure of us).

All in all, this should be held to be the highest negative aspect of excreting on a thing with a caustic wantonness to blot it out, suffocate the thing in shit; and not in the more positive nurturing sense that can be found in the word CULTURA, a positively the word Culture has no possession of.
Signature is:
+ Removing oneself from God’s creation Nature.
+ Shitting on your own door step.

Anecdotally if we consider the unbelievable amount of damage a Signature can cause, it is hard to imagine the act as anything other than negative ab initio and whilst “Victory over nature” tells a story, I really don’t think it quite puts it into it’s true horrific perspective. It is however a worthy shorthand. Though the forgoing may seem pedantic, it’s worth looking into at the very least.
If we consider that the Sig in Signature could actually be referring to defecating on nature or defecating on God’s creation ,or colloquially.. “Shitting on your own door step” we find a much more unwholesome picture indeed. Thus a worth while investigation, despite little or no controversy.

Therefore victory however it is attained, is a far to positive a word in parlance for my taste.
I can dig it, but I would’nt want to shovel it.


The euphemism within Strong’s No.:H7873 of Sig being a withdrawl (into a private place). KJV use: pursuing

1 Kings 18:27 KJV
And it came to pass at noon, that Elijah mocked them, and said, Cry aloud: for he is a god; either he is talking, or he is pursuing (Having a Shit), or he is in a journey, or peradventure he sleepeth, and must be awaked.


sig n.1
Etymology: Of obscure origin; the form does not correspond to older Flemish seycke (Kilian), German seiche, in the same sense.
1. Urine.
1691 J. Ray S. & E. Country Words 113 Sig, Urine, Chamber-lie.

sig, v.
Etymology: Compare sig n.1.^ Obs.—1
trans. To steep in, or sprinkle with, urine.
1581 in Southern Times 27 Oct. (1883) 3/4 That no tuckers do sig or wash any cloths upon the Sabbath Day.

Sig int.
Origin: Of multiple origins. Formed within English, by clipping or shortening. Etymons: Latin signētur; Latin signā.
Med
1690 J. Colbatch Relation Cure Person Bitten by Viper 8 Sig. Dulcified Oyl of Vitriol.

“In short there is good reason to conclude that both elements in the hendiadys, siah and sig, refer to excretion…”

Gary Rendsburg’s paper (The Mock of Baal in 1 Kings 18:27) The Catholic Biblical Quarterly 1988. Vol 50, No.3


The Little bits and pieces of words used to create the English word Nature are in my opinion Nay, Tau and Ure. I can at least be fairly certain of this due to other words that are (or seem to be) constructed similarly.
The word Culture being apropos, has a fairly simple construction and contains a similar pattern, not least Tau and Ure.

tau n.
Etymology: classical Latin tau (in post-classical Latin also thau (Vulgate): … ), name of the letter T in the Greek alphabet….

a. A mark, sign, or figure in the shape of the Greek letter tau; esp. such a figure as a Christian symbol considered as prefiguring or representing the cross.

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Cul deriving from the Latin Cūlus: the anus or “bottom, backside, fundament.”, Oft drably as, “Ring”.
How the holly heck did come up with that Cul thing?
Well, because loads of words seem to revolve around the whole idea of bodily function, so Cūlus is the best candidate for the derivative Cul in culture. Also see the Spanish word Culo – the French word cul-de-sac asoasf.
I mean ffs come on! Bottom of the sack! Bottom of the barrel it’s all shit, husks, dust or musty decaying matter, sometimes even dead Mice or Spiders. Here’s another evidence..

cule n.
Etymology: French cul bottom, fundament of the body, anus Latin cūlus.
Obs. The rump; a buttock.
c1325 Coer de L. 1822 ‘Away dogs with your taile!..Men schal threste in your cuyl!’

“Beth’s mom said the boys’ locker room was flooded.. and they found feces everywhere.”
“What are feces”?
“Baby mice”.

Donnie Darko (2001). Pandora Cinema (in association with) (as Pandora) et al

Case closed.

Also remember that words can be euphemism’s or double entendre.
Humor in the Hebrew Bible asoasf. Part deja vue.
The Latin word from which Culture is allegedly derived is the word CULTURA.
CULTURA relates to “a cultivating, agriculture,” figuratively “care, culture, an honoring”.
Honoring described as a: conformity with law or custom or practice etc.
When we break down the Latin word CULTURA and highlight the word Ura; to my astonishment we end up at the word Aurochs an extinct European mammal, Bos primigenius, the ancestor of domestic cattle. wikipedia
So, what do cattle do when they are pulling a plogh or grassing? Yep! They defecate of course and in turn that shit is ploughed into the ground or collected for the purpose of fertilisation elsewhere or for building and so on.
You could almost say these cattle leave their mark Tau as they go. This is reflected in the word Cultura. So would the word CULTURA mean ‘Cow leaves mark from anus‘ or is it a measly description of a branded beast of burden? “You wanna know has title over this Cow? Look for a mark near its arse!”
I will properly never know for sure as this is pure conjecture based on coincidence; there is literally nothing to see, but wonder, how you got this far… The word’s meaning in descriptive parlance certainly suggests a symbiotic relationship between the animal and the land, or at least Man’s relationship with observation. The word CULTURA holds within itself a full set of instructions to describe it’s own meaning. It is simplicity itself.

Is the word CULTURA describing a simple truth. An animal fertilising the Earth, grassing, and the end result of all that standing about eating grass; hoof prints and Poo and Mooing?

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ura .suffix
one having (such) a tail : ones having (such) a tail —in taxonomic names in zoology

ūra
nominative feminine singular of ūrus
Etymology According to Julius Caesar, of Celtic origin. Perhaps indirectly related to Proto-Germanic ūraz”.


We have to agree that Culture is not CULTURA.

culture n. Chiefly as a count noun. The distinctive ideas, customs, social behaviour, products, or way of life of a particular nation, society, people, or period. Hence: a society or group characterized by such customs, etc.

culture n. The philosophy, practices, and attitudes of an institution, business, or other organization. Cf. corporate culture n. at corporate adj. and adv. Additions.

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Culture is the mark of the LORDS of this WORLD. This is borne out in the use of Ure as a suffix over the use of ura as a suffix.
If the ura in CULTURA really is pointing to beasts of burden and the ure in Culture really is pointing to the Anglo Saxon/old English/Proto-Germanic etc.. meaning “of us”, “our”; what does that even mean when it refers to the activity’s or the creativity of Man and not to the tilling of Earth or general Cow doings? One thing is clear “ure” seems to be a declaration of ownership “Mark of us” ,or depending on the pertinent issue, a denial; “No mark of us”, but the very worst scenario for Ure is “to Burn”. I have purposely avoided the latter, even though it seems the quite likely. I was looking for nasty and devious, not burnt offerings.

2: Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, If any man of you bring an offering unto the Lord, ye shall bring your offering of the cattle, even of the herd, and of the flock.
3: If his offering be a burnt sacrifice of the herd, let him offer a male without blemish: he shall offer it of his own voluntary will at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation before the Lord.

Chapter 1 THE THIRD BOOK OF MOSES CALLED LEVITICUS. KJV 1769

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Had the scribes that scribbled down the word culture been around today, they’d have inked it as Culterr.
Though the Latin word CULTURA speaks of animal doings, as Ura may refer to a bygone beast of burden. The English word Culture and the Ure within renders culture “Anus mark of us” or something to that effect. I’m struggling to find the positives, in this. It’s a red hot inquisitorial stick.

In culture we’ve seen the same “of us” that appears in the word Signature; Ure meaning “of us”, T being “Tau” or “Mark” and na being “no” or “Nay” or any other derivative of the declination No.
We often hear jabber on how culture is going down the toilet; well if it begins with a reference to all thing shitty then I guess it was only a matter of time before it got flushed…
I oft wonder what is really being said when I hear phrases like “Our culture is being invaded” and think a more accurate saying would be something like “The shitty mess we’ve built up over the years is getting shittier because outside influences are now bringing with them their shit and are piling their shit on top of our shit, it’s Bullshit!”. It’s not like the word shit in that comment is misplaced, it’s euphemistically refereed to in the word culture after all.
Alas, yes. The Cul in Culture is as much a euphemism as “Code brown in the pool.. Code brown in the pool.”. But it just isn’t funny. It’s not funny like this is funny,

A Horse walked into a Pub and the Barman said, “Why the long face?”

The word Culture is a euphemism for something not quite right with the activity’s of the over LORD’S. We’ve only to look at the political class to witness an utterly debased out come of a wide road made almost entirely of shit. A den of slippery thief’s and perverts with no moral or spiritual direction what-so ever. “Do you see” the true nay tau ure of Cul Tau Ure? The burning fire to come foretold, in one fiery ring.

Yet still we content that “Our culture is going to pot” Maybe, just maybe “it’s going to Potty”.

The mark of shit; and it’s on your door step, every withering day; a smouldering ember of excrement.

If you want to see an example of CULTURA, you can go to India maybe and witness the veneration of the Ura and the usefulness of the Cul Tau. Do this in the contest of this tirade and CULTURA, not the overall context of Indian Cul Tau Ure. The Cow and its Poo are a treasure. I hope the world CULTURA reflects that treasure and not the use of branding.


úre gen. pl. of personal pronoun of first person. “Of us” Adam can yfel and gód, swá swá úre sum (quasi unus ex nobis ), Gen. 3, 22. Anglo Saxon

ure suffix 1. n.1
Latin origin. In Latin –ūra primarily denoted action or process.
c. With reference to statutes, etc.: In or into effect, force, or operation. Chiefly with vbs., esp. put.

ure v.1
intr. To pray.
?c1225 (▸?a1200) Ancrene Riwle (Cleo. C.vi) (1972) 211 Ofte leoue sustren ȝe schulen vri [?a1289 Scribe D prein] lesse forto Mare reden.

ure v.2
intr. To have good fortune.
c1440 Pallad. on Husb. iii. 845 In hillis is to cure To sette hem on the south, yf they schal vre.

ure v.3
Etymology: ure n.1 ^
trans. = inure v.11
1. trans. To bring (a person, etc.) by use, habit, or continual exercise to a certain condition or state of mind, to the endurance of a certain condition, to the following of a certain kind of life, etc.; to accustom, habituate.

ure, suffix 2
Etymology: French –ure (in e.g. dasyure dasyure n.) and its etymon scientific Latin –urus (also –ura: see note).
Forming the names of animals which have genus names (or former genus names) ending in –ura or –urus, as conure n., mastigure n., etc.

úr n.
es; m. A kind of ox, a bison; urus: also the name of the U-rune. bosworthtoller.com/

ure verb 2nd sg pres imperat act
ūro , ussi, ustum, 3, v. a. for uso from root us; cf. Gr. εὔω, to singe; αὔω, to kindle,
to burn


The ure in signature and culture alike could easily be any one of the above descriptions/ suffix’s/ noun’s et al, but what are the chance that Ure actually stands for “To Pray” or to “have good fortune” or for that matter “to habituate” or even “denote an action or process”? Well they are all fine candidates, though I’m sure there are many more.
We can safely assume that na is no or phonetically nay, as is the case of nayture and that t is Tau or mark; but cannot assume for the most part that ure is actually “Of us”. Even though it sounds good and is within the Anglo Saxon vernacular just the same as Sig is.
So could nature mean, No mark of having good fortune as would be seen if we used ure v.2. Well as is so often seen with a signature a thing that is only ever a paper promise to perform or not to perform an act of will voluntarily or under duress. It’s a tasty candidate for sure. Especially as a signature is often done out of privation.
Or could it be that nature means No mark of action or process, this is great candidate, very strong.
Or could it be that nature means No mark of prayer. Another fine candidate.
Or could it be that nature means No Mark Burn. “Who ordered the Nuclear winter?”
Finally is the ure in signature the Anglo Saxon “Of us”, rendering the word signature, “Shitting on no mark of us”.
The latter is very compelling form me, we find God’s creation (nature) is clearly not under the control of the LORDS of this WORLD nor is it under the control of Man, so describing God’s creation as no mark of us would make sense from the perspective of the over LORDS.
“All you need to do is shit here, we’ll steal your stuff, life included and you can have some of our made up shit.”.. Hilarious.

Whilst this seem to be utterly retarded analysis, the words on offer here are replete with euphemism and subtle innuendo… I mean why the holly heck is there a b in subtle? My understanding of subtle isn’t a word that has an obnoxious b in the middle of it for no apparent reason. Conversely, there has to be a reason for it. Is it innuendo, is it euphemism, is it subterfuge?..
It may behove to put here a small reminder that whilst we may think culture, language et al are all in some way belonging to us individually, as if we have a stake in them, they do not belong to any of us at all. The ure in culture the ure in signature is either a declaration of ownership or a flat out denial of responsibility or a hostile threat, at the very least take any of the above examples and its a trick devised by something so evil it can scarcely be countenanced by most; moreover it is more likely than not, it is whatever definition suits Synagogue of Satan at any given moment. It’s their playing field and it’s their Ball, you may get to fondle the Ball once in while, but it isn’t yours. It isn’t even your field.

Then Jesus said unto his disciples, If anyone will come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross {Gr. stauros – stake} and follow me.

So what ultimately does the Sig in signature mean?

Does Sig mean Victory or does it mean Excretion, ultimately when the Synagogue of Satan controls the meaning of words it means whatever they want it to mean on any given occasion or it could just be that the Synagogue of Satan is the WORD and all of the meanings and all of the nous are just prisons for the mind. Men of renown will not stop renowning. Ra is Re, Re is Ra, Jump up turn around pick a bail a day…
One things is for sure..
Shitting on God’s creation is just as dreadful as trying to attain some kind of half arsed victory over it, as apposed to striving for a harmonious relationship with the aforementioned, that isn’t based on fraud.

So is it Victory or is it Excretion. Is it both?
Given that the Cul in Culture means Anus, the probability of the Sig in Signature being Excretion seems a little higher. The Sig in signature is certainly the fertiliser required to keep and the wonderful WORLD of made up shit that surrounds from suffocating on the truth of God.
When we consider some of the other bodily function type words the LORDS are fond of. Colon-isation being probably all any one needs to know about.

For culture can only come into being after the colony has moved into a position where it can obtain a Signature and thus begin colonisation.

Needless to say, the more we ure in signature, the more we are URO.



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