samedi 28 mai 2016

NY FIHAVIAN' NY TENY HOE "MADAGASIKARA" SY "MALAGASY"




1) AVY AIZA NY TENY HOE "MADAGASIKARA" :

Ho an'ireo Jiosy niaraka tamin' ny Fenisiana nalefan' ny Mpanjaka Solomona (970-930 talohan'i Jesoa Kristy) taty amin' ny Nosy Madagasikara dia "sarina trondro" no nahitany ity Nosy ity.

Ary rehefa nandalo sy nivezivezy nanodidina an'i Madagasikara izy ireo dia nanotany hoe "Io ve ilay tany miendrika sarina trondro be izay misy ny valim-pitia sy ny valin-kasasàrana" ?

Amin' ny teny hebreo izany dia hoe MA ( = Moa) + DAGA ( = Trondro be) + SHAKAR ( = Valim-pitia, Valin-kasasàrana, Karama) izay manazava sy manome ny anarana hoe "MADAGASIKARA" ?



2) IZA NY "MALAGASY" ?

Avy amin' ny teny hebreo taloha 100% ny teny hoe MALAGASY ary midika hoe "Mpiantsambo (Heb. MALAH)

izay "namakivaky" ranomasina ka "nandalo dia lasa" amin' ny sisin' ny morontsiraka na "nandalo dia tsy hita fa nanjavona" (Heb. GAS) satria lasa niakatra sy nandeha aty afovoantany izy ireo.

Tsy iza izany fa ireo Jiosy mpiantsambo niditra teto Madagasikara efa tamin' ny andron' ny Mpanjaka Solomona (970-930 talohan'i JK) no atao hoe "MALAH+GAS" na "MALAGASY".


Fihaonambe Iraisam-Pirenena mikasika ny Fihaviana Jiosy eto Madagasikara,
Antananarivo, faha-17 Mey 2016.


Hoy

N.A. Pastora Tolotra RATEFY,
Theolojiana, Mpahay Tantara, nandalina Tenim-pirenena roambinifolo (Malagasy, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Hebreo, Grika, Latin, Alemana, Anglisy, Frantsay,...). Mpianatry ny Profesora Ernst-Gunther Bauckmann, Profesora Willi Marksen, Profesora Kurt Aland, ary Malagasy voalohany nanokana mpitandrina vahiny tao amin' ny Fiangonana Protestanta Alemana.Mpikaroka nandritra ny teolpolo taona mikasika ny Fihavian' ny Malagasy sy ny Fihavian' ny Jiosy eto Madagasikara.  

jeudi 26 mai 2016

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON JEWISH ORIGINS IN MADAGASCAR: "... EIGHTY PERCENT (80%) OF THE MALAGASY HAVE JEWISH ORIGINS" :

An International Conference on the Jewish Origins in Madagascar took place in May 17, 2016 in Antananarivo, Madagascar, with, among others, the participation of

the Distinguished Professor Tudor PARFITT, Doctor in Jewish History from the University of Oxford, Founder and former Director of the Center of Jewish Studies of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, Director of the Center for World Jewish Studies at Florida International University (USA), Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (UK), Academician and a leading worldwide specialist of the Lost Tribes of Israel;

Pastor Tolotra RATEFY, an outstanding scholar, Theologian, Hebraist, Historian, who deepened twelve languages (Malagasy, Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian, Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin, German, English, French ...). Former student of Professor Emeritus Hans Elmut Esser, Professor Emeritus Alfred Suhl, Professor Emeritus Ernst-Gunther Bauckmann, Professor Emeritus Willi Marxsen and Professor Emeritus Kurt Aland, and a specialist in his field, he searches for over thirty years and has written a book called " Sind die Madagassen Juden?" (600 pages).

Prince Rev. Dr. Ndriana RABARIOELINA, an outstanding scholar, Doctor of Theology (USA), Hebraist and Historian, having deepened over seven languages. Former ESCP-
Senior Paris, a specialist in Gemology (Gemological Institute of America), expert in Military Strategy, he is a former student of Professor Emeritus Pierre Berthoud (Aix-en-Provence) and Professor Peter R. Jones (Harvard, Princeton, Westminster) and Professor Emeritus Pierre Chaunu (former President of the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences, member of the Institute, Paris, who wrote seventy books). His PhD in Theology is entitled "Biblical Relations between Israel and Madagascar" (SAHTS, USA, 458 pages). He is also the President of the International Royal Academy of Theology, depositary of royal traditions and Head of the Royal House of Madagascar,

and in the presence of numerous guests from various backgrounds, from the USA, Canada, France, Morocco and Madagascar.

Scientific studies on historical, linguistic, biblical, theological, anthropological and genetical fields were performed to confirm these origins. Thus, there have been several waves of Jewish migration from Israel to Madagascar, at least since the time of King David (c.1040-970 BC) and King Solomon (c.990-931 BC), more than 3,000 years ago, through Africa, the Red Sea, Mecca and Arabia, Babylon, India, Malaysia and Indonesia, and the Indian Ocean.

This is confirmed by Jewish history, Hebrew language (names of people, towns, villages, rivers, mountains, country, language structure, proverbs, ...etc), Jewish customs rites, Jewish historical sites, sacred treasures from the First Temple of Jerusalem and biblical traditions, in the vast majority of the tribes of Madagascar. In conclusion, around eighty percent of the Malagasy people in Madagascar are of Jewish origin ... ".


Antananarivo, May 17, 2016.

Prince Dr. Ndriana RABARIOELINA, PhD, ThD,
President-Founder of the International Royal Academy of Theology,
Head of the Royal House of Madagascar.