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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Preface page 3 Topics 5 https://www.facebook.com/groups/Elahim/1015123723259334 3/

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Cultural studies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_studies

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Religious Culture "bourgeoisie" Politics 16 http://www.answers.com/topic/social-environment My Summery BURGHER SYSTEM 26 Jerusalem 36 ttp://whc.unesco.org/archive/repcom82.htm#jerusalem http://www.akdn.org/agency/akaa/ninthcycle/page_05txt. htm http://www.cbn.com/spirituallife/BibleStudyAndTheology/Disci pleship/vonBuseck_Jerusalem0306.asp The Real Israeli 46 http://www.aish.com/Israel/articles/Jerusalem_Jewish_and_M oslem_Claims_to_the_Holy_City.asp The bourgeoisie's Capitalism was a fascist government with a Burger culture that failed in 1936. 49 http://sumer1.tigblog.org/post/7599195

http://youtu.be/27bZJHCWE7MCULTURE VERSES GENETICS 52 http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=417554101015

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Preface

Friday, June 5, 2009

CULTURE is a belief of a way to live ones life.

It is an

innate knowledge of a species that copes with its environment. A culture can come from learning from a Tree of bourgeois-ifying Knowledge that orientates a childs thoughts and actions. This is what is used to control a civilization. The below has words that was changed to give a mind set of having gods and priestsgovernors to establish a Law of god thereby to control a civilization!3

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Genesis I, chaYah: "living gods"Elah`im is a word from Sumer/Samara of the chaldees (Middle-east). It is seen as a Chaldean/Hebrew word that can be found in Islam, the Torah and Bible. Elah`im or Eloh`im has been changed in English to "angel" and "god". Elo or El` means 'the most powerful ones' and the "im" is plural in the Middle-east and it is "heim" as their "abode" in the Nordic countries. In Genesis 6:4-6, the Nephilim of the Middle-east is spelt "NeflHeim" in the Nordic sagas. It is referred to as 'giants" in both the middle-east's Torah and Bible Genesis 6:4-6 and in the Nordic epics. In both Nordic and Middle-east epics they are said to be referred to as the sons of gods and giants. In the so-called Greek history or mythology, they have a long lineage that has been recorded on scrolls and their relatives can still be seen as statues around and on top of their government buildings around the world. Warning: the Samarian Grays/Burghers (DNA "J") are a different race than the Aryan (DNA "H" and etc.) so-called giants (NeflHeim/Nephilim, Rephaim, Anakim, etc. giants) but so is the ADAM race (DNA "1Ra) different than the other two. "Adam" in Chaldean/Hebrew is "man" in English!

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Richard DellermanSeptember 17, 2012 8:51 AM

TOPICS The study, Anthropology, Archaeology, World Religions/mythologies, AstrologyAstronomy, Religo-Politics/governments, genetic DNA, Blood Types and race migrations, Merchant Banking cultures, and 32,000 years of histories of the Aurignacian {Mu=Atlan/Atlantiques} civilizations. It relates to the World Bank's International Corporations and their influence on the Chartered (Lawful Agreement)Corporate States /Provinces in the United Nations' World Education Organization, World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, and about 30 more main UNDP's Organizations of the U.N., along with world symbols, flags, and body types.https://www.facebook.com/groups/Elahim/10151237232593343/

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The Elah`im One book in sequenceQuestions relating to any of the above is the study of Cultures -not personal beliefs.2

CULTURAL STUDIEShttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_studies

cultural studies seeks to understand the ways in which meaning is generated, disseminated, and produced through various practices, beliefs and institutions. Also the meaning of politically, economically, and even social structures within a given culture. Questions relating to any of the above is the study of Cultures -not personal beliefs.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_studies

cultural studies seeks to understand the ways in which meaning is generated, disseminated, and produced through2

cultural studies Religo-Politics/governments 6

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various practices, beliefs and institutions. Also to understand politically, economically and even social structures within a given culture.

Organizational Culturehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_culture

is the collective behavior of humans who are part of an organization and the meanings that the people attach to their actions. Culture includes the organization values, visions, norms, working language, systems, symbols, beliefs and habits. [1] It is also the pattern of such collective behaviors and assumptions that are taught to new organizational members as a way of perceiving, and even thinking and feeling. [2] Organizational culture affects the way people and groups interact with each other, with clients, and with stakeholders

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Dual inheritance theoryDIT also predicts that, under certain situations, cultural evolution may select for traits that are genetically maladaptive. An example of this is the demographic transition, which describes the fall of birth rates within industrialized societies. Dual Inheritance Theorists hypothesize that the demographic transition may be a result of a prestige bias, - - gain more influence in civilization (industrial) societies are more likely to be chosen as cultural models.[9][10] [ TV movies stars, Music stars, and Sports stars also become role models influence by their role playing identity that influence the listeners feelings.]Richard DellermanOctober 2, 2012 8:20 PM http://eawc.evansville.edu/ropage.htm

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Culture of ROME, the great imperial cityYou might wonder why APHRODITE, a Greek goddess, was memorialized in a fantastic sculpture in Roman times (and in Egypt, no less!). It is no surprise, then, that the Roman poet VIRGIL (or VERGIL) turns to Greek mythology and to the Greek epics as he fashions his own description of the origins and destiny of the Roman state, The Aeneid. Virgil writes his extended poem, in part, to win the favor of Augustus Caesar, the new emperor who emerges from the conflict surrounding the death of Julius Caesar. His other aim is to situate Rome in line with what was considered the great literary tradition of the time -- the Greek. Virgil's work thus is both polemic and propaganda: his blending of history and mythology provides a platform for the imperial agenda.9

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[ They glorified mythology therefore influencing social attitudes that form a culture.] The (Christian) cathedral stands today as a symbol of the extraordinary integration of religion and political life that characterizes the Chartres of the twelfth century and the Middle Ages in general. Then there was no division of Church and State: the Church became the State, and the city wore its cathedral like a holy badge of Christendom on earth. the medieval integration of the religious and the social. [religious and the social influences often promotes attitudes as desirable and appropriate to the ideology and [religious and political] movements.]Richard DellermanOctober 2, 2012 8:26 PM

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Ethnography the nature of a peopleThe biological, social, and cultural branches of anthropology but has also become a popular in the social sciences in general sociology. Cultural anthropology and social anthropology were developed around ethnographic research and their canonical texts which are mostly ethnographies. A typical ethnography attempts to be holistic[18][19] and typically follows an outline to include a brief history of the culture in question, an analysis of the physical geography or terrain inhabited by the people under study, including climate, and often including what biological anthropologists call habitat. Folk notions of botany and zoology are presented as ethnobotany and ethnozoology alongside references from the formal sciences. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_L%C311

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%A9vi-Strauss#Summary In his own analysis of the formation of the identities that arise through marriages between tribes, Lvi-Strauss noted that the relation between the uncle and the nephew was to the relation between brother and sister, as the relation between father and son is to that between husband and wife, that is, A is to B as C is to D. Therefore if we know A, B, and C, we can predict D, just as if we know A and D, we can predict B and C. The goal of Lvi-Strauss's structural anthropology, then, was to simplify the masses of empirical data into generalized, comprehensible relations between units, which allow for predictive laws to be identified, such as A is to B as C is to D =============================== The social environmenthttp://www.answers.com/topic/social-environment

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[participation] to this environment, as both groups and individuals who are in frequent communication with each other within their cultural[community] which create role identity. The social environment is the natural developing base habitation of any human beings directly from the people with whom the person interacts

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