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As many of you are aware, “Satan” translates as TRUTH in Sanskrit, the original
language of humanity. It's neither an English word nor is it a hebrew word.

It's originally a Sanskrit word.

The Sanskrit root word “Sat”, also sometimes “Satya” means Truth. “An” is also a
shortening of “Ananta” which means Eternal/Infinite/Never ending, etc. The name
“Satan” as a whole can also therefore be translated as “Truth Eternal” or “The
Infinite and Never Ending Truth”. Our God Satan IS the Eternal, Infinite and
Never Ending Truth!

The enemy kikes stole this, incorporating it into their filthy forged “language”
they call hebrew, changing the meaning of this Sacred Name to “adversary”. What
they are blatantly saying is that the Eternal and Never Ending Truth, Satan, is
their adversary. Truth is their worst enemy, as they are nothing but lies.

As well as this, Satan is also a name and word of great Spiritual Power and

“Satanama”, also a longer version of Satan, is an extremely Powerful Sanskrit
Mantra which has been used for thousands of years to reach a state of Spiritual

“Satan” can also be found in many other Powerful Sanskrit words. Here are a few
-The “Four Kumaras” or great Spiritual Powers were called Sanaka, Sanatana,

Sanandana and Sanatkumara. The Four Kumaras were called the “Sons of Brahma”.
Brahma here appears to be a name for the infinite Energy and Power called
“Ether” from which all was created, and the “Four Kumaras” seem to represent the
Four All Powerful Elements, Ether being the Fifth and the originator of the
others. The Elements are vital to all existence and form the Soul. Satan gave us
our Soul, and Satan is a Master over the Elements.
-The Sanskrit word Sanaatan or Sanataana which means eternal, fixed, perpetual,
ever present, the fixed creation and also Ancient and everlasting.
-The term “Sanatan Dharma” which means “The Eternal Law” or “Eternal teaching of
Truth” which was the original name given to the religion followed by the people
of the Indu’s Valley.
-Santa which in Sanskrit means peaceful, calm and stilled, i.e. the state of
Meditation where the mind is cleared and focused on one point. It can also mean
“complete” and also “equilibrium”.
-SatNam which means “the True Name”.
-Satsang which means “the wise”.

The Sanskrit word for “lineage”, “race” or “descending from” is also SaNtaana,
and this was used as a term for Gentile People in Sanskrit. It’s interesting
that the word for Race or Lineage contains the name Satan within it, as this is
yet more proof of the Gentile People being descended from Satan and so deeply
connected to our True God Satan. Santaana also means “continuous flow”,
“connection to”, “family” and “children”.

The name “Satan” has always been associated with great Power and Importance.

All of this proves even further that it is Satan/Enki that is Truth, Power and
Knowledge. Satan is the True God of the Gentile People!


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Also, the term "Satnam" is not in any way referring to the knowledge of what satan offers or to any affiliation to satan, this entities name being lucifer or Iblis to name a few am has many more names today and throughout time.

"Satnam" refers to the one creator who is nameless but is known by many names throughout all of the creators creation through all planets, universes, underworlds, realms and dimensions. This creator has set the rules to which creation abides by, the very war you talk about is governed by the creator.


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according to that it's pronounced (saw-tawn')


Satya in Satnaam when pronounced as SAAET NAAm the T comes together rather then apart as a different syllable.

In Sai-Tan there are 2 syllables and the T sound is in the second rather than the first syllable.

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You could argue the four syllable god of moses Yahweh is the same as the four syllable god of Guru Nanak Vaheguru. Both represented by the 4 specific sounds which is expanded in Bhai Gurdas Ji Vaaran and writings of Rabaais who explore the origin of Jehovah. Words which may happen to be homophones don't always equate to sharing etymological roots.

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