TAT Need Help With Hebrew Translation

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  1. DuncMan

    DuncMan New Member

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    i am trying to translate the phrase
    "Future Not Affected" into Hebrew for a tattoo that i want to get, here is what i have kinda researched and come up with, can any one help

    thanks

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  2. buninader

    buninader SMILE!!! I just got ******!!!

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    thats the more complicated version of hebrew writing i believe, with dots, are you going for that?
     
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    Find someone who can write in hebrew. You'll just screw it up if you don't know the language properly.
     
  4. DuncMan

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    yea i have been working with a guy, ill let you know how it gos, thanks
     
  5. GTslow88

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    unless you're a jew. :ugh:
     
  6. Two toys

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    even if you are a jew :hsugh:
     
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    the dots on the bottom are vowels. People who are proficient in Hebrew don't need them, but people not so familiar do.
     
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    My advice is to go to a temple and talk to a rabbi. I think it's a requirement for them to be able to read and write in hebrew.
     
  9. Two toys

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    rofl... yes it is a "requirement"

    pretty much any jew who goes to hebrew school learns to read and write in hebrew. I know I did.
     
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    What are the odds that a non jew wants hebrew written on him? I'm guessing in this case it's pretty good.
     
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    dirty fucking jew
     
  12. Two toys

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    you need to get on aim you dirty fucking jr.American.

    havent talked to you in forever and a day bro.

    and to turboed, I honestly dont understand the tattoo... if you told a rabbi what the translation was for he would probably tell the person to get lost. plus if this person ever travels and in the rare circumstance gets caught in some type of situation and they find the writing he'd be fucked. Its the reason I dont want any jewish related tattoos.
     
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    Those are good points but what about the whole thing that jews aren't supposed to get tattoos? :o
     
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    thats what i was referring to when i said the rabbi would tell you to get lost if he found out it was for a tattoo


    edit: its not like i really care anyways, i dont want to be burried when I die, Its going to be in my will that I must be skinned and have it hung up somewhere or else nobody gets any money.
     
  15. DeeRock

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    The Old Testament commanded the Nation of Israel to not receive any permanent markings. I for one still want a tat with Hebrew ( I am a Christian) because I think it looks sweet, plus it was the language of Jesus and all his homies, so, duh.
     
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    To the OP, check out blueletterbible.com
     
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    jesus never existed buddy, sorry to burst your bubble.
     
  18. Turboed_2

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    :rofl:
     
  19. DeeRock

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    Someone never excelled in history class. Even the most scholarly atheists will agree that a man named Jesus from Nazareth lived. There are physical records, so, you lose.

    But way to try and divert the thread away from its intention so you could start some controversy and feel good about yourself.
     
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    those are mexicans, and it's pronounced hay zeus
     
  21. Two toys

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    thats like saying someone named bob lives in LA.

    obviously there was a dude name yeshua as it was a popular name back then who lived in Nazareth.

    anyone who will deny that is stupid lol.

    so wait how does that make me a loser?

    I said jesus never existed not that "a guy named jesus" never existed.
     
  22. DeeRock

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    While I don't have the artifacts in my hand, the people who have come to such a discovery have gone to school and studied for longer than I could even ever bear to think about. You can honestly think that they just saw someone in Nazareth named Yeshua and went "Oh, well, that must be him! Now we don't need anything to substantiate our claims!"

    Aside from that, you obviously realize that Israel two thousand years ago was a little different that the world we live in today. Everything from their record keeping to tax collecting is nothing like we know today. Aside from the fact that far less people lived in Jerusalem that do L.A.

    Just Google it. But I'm done now. This thread is about a tattoo.
     
  23. Two toys

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    allthatshitbyyou.jpg

    i'm not gonna waste my time.
     
  24. Buttons

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    There is no god. There is no jesus. Religion is the downfall of society. Keep it out of this forum.
     
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