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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 3:25am On Jun 06
TAO11,liar like you do not have chill because of always looking for a way out. What's Cognate ?
Cognate is a word that is related in origin to another word, such as the English word brother and the German word bruder or the English word history and the Spanish word historia. The words were derived from the same source; thus, they are cognates (like cousins tracing their ancestry).

Cognates are often derived from Romance languages (French, Spanish, Italian) that have their origins in Latin, although some are derived from other language families (e.g., Germanic)," noted Patricia F. Vadasy and J. Ron Nelson in their book "Vocabulary Instruction for Struggling Students" (Guilford Press, 2012). Examples of true cognate :


night: nui (French), noche (Spanish), Nacht (German), nacht (Dutch), natt (Swedish, Norwegian); root: Indo-European, nókʷt

constipated: constipado (Spanish); root (stem): Latin cōnstipāt-

nourish: nutrir (Spanish), noris (Old French); root: nutritivus (Medieval Latin)

atheist: ateo/a (Spanish), athéiste (French), atheos (Latin); root: átheos (Greek)
controversy: controversia (Spanish); root: controversus (Latin)

comic (meaning comedian): cómico (Spanish); root: cōmĭcus (Latin)

abortion: aborto (Spanish); root: abŏrtus (Latin)
government: gobierno (Spanish), governement (Old French), gubernus (Late Latin); root: gŭbĕrnāre (Latin, loaned from Greek)

Invariably Arabic's Allah,Ila, Ala,Hebrew Ellah and Yoruba'sEla, Ala etc are true cognate. This has nothing to with your lie. Interestingly, you and your partner are not the only reader.


Cheers grin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 3:32am On Jun 06
TAO11:
Don’t trip, I know how to handle fraudulent folks like you.

I have disgraced many fraudulent folks like you who hail from the Edo kingdom of Benin.

Before now I thought you were pretending to be dumb.

However, I’m now becoming more convinced that you are actually not pretending. It appears that you’re simply being yourself. In order words that’s who you really are — an extreme ret@rd.

First of all, there is no divinity called Ẹlà in Islam (or even in Christianity). Stop the fraud you janus-faced, pathetic, fatuous liar.

Yes, I exposed and disgraced you for the fraud that you are.

You had fraudulently claimed that the Yoruba word “àlà” is equivalent to the Arabic name “Allāh”.

I exposed and disgraced you on this by typing out the meanings of these words from their two respective languages. See screenshot to that comment of mine one more time.

I have no regret that I exposed and disgraced you. I am proud that I did.

I’m genuinely searching (within your statement here) for where Wande Abimbola says that the Yoruba word “àlà” is equivalent to the Arabic name “Allāh”. undecided

You’re actually the working definition of a dullard. You are a disgrace.

[On a side note, always remember (going forward) to provide the references whenever you feel the need to cite anyone].

This Olu is the actual embodiment of dullard and fraud at the same time. A very pathetic-cum-sorry combination.

First of all, every though you opened this statement with a reference to J.D.Y. Peel, none of the load of statements that follow have anything to do with your fraud.

Your fraudulent idea was that the Yoruba word “àlà” is equivalent to the Arabic name “Allāh”.

This is not supported by the load of statements you copied from wherever — without any quotation of J.Y. Peel’s own words.

Secondly, you sought again (as is your usual style) to deceive your gullible audience into buying your fraud.

You tried this by simply leveraging on the occurrence of the words “Islam” and “Christian belief” in those copied & pasted words.

This is in order to confuse your low-IQ audience into thinking that the Ifá religion is rooted in and/or originated from the Middle East.

However, nothing of such is said or even insinuated by those pile of copied & pasted words. Those words are about stories (found in Ifa poetry).

And these copied & pasted words are not about the origin of Ifá. Rather they are about all the later-day ‘development’ (viz. the emergence of Ibadan city, the coming of Islam, Christianity, Railway, among diverse innumerable subjects.) in Yorubaland.

I would have also expected you to foolishly come to the conclusion that Ifá originated from “railways” just because of its mention alongside Islam, Christianity in those pile of copied & pasted words.

You are a public disgrace Olu317, and I will make this fact become realized by more and more people.

Cheers!

Cc: rhektor
Search and search to proof that you're uneducated and not civil. Anyway on forum as, this , some parents have such descendant as you. A pathetic liar from the pit of hell.
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 9:05am On Jun 06
Olu317:
Search and search to proof that you're uneducated and not civil. Anyway on forum as, this , some parents have such descendant as you. A pathetic liar from the pit of hell.

You're not only poor in application of Yorùbá diacritics but also very poor in applying punctuation marks, what is really wrong with you Olu317? undecided

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 10:44am On Jun 06
Olu317:
TAO11,liar like you do not have chill because of always looking for a way out. What's Cognate ?
Cognate is a word that is related in origin to another word, such as the English word brother and the German word bruder or the English word history and the Spanish word historia. The words were derived from the same source; thus, they are cognates (like cousins tracing their ancestry).

Cognates are often derived from Romance languages (French, Spanish, Italian) that have their origins in Latin, although some are derived from other language families (e.g., Germanic)," noted Patricia F. Vadasy and J. Ron Nelson in their book "Vocabulary Instruction for Struggling Students" (Guilford Press, 2012). Examples of true cognate :


night: nui (French), noche (Spanish), Nacht (German), nacht (Dutch), natt (Swedish, Norwegian); root: Indo-European, nókʷt

constipated: constipado (Spanish); root (stem): Latin cōnstipāt-

nourish: nutrir (Spanish), noris (Old French); root: nutritivus (Medieval Latin)

atheist: ateo/a (Spanish), athéiste (French), atheos (Latin); root: átheos (Greek)
controversy: controversia (Spanish); root: controversus (Latin)

comic (meaning comedian): cómico (Spanish); root: cōmĭcus (Latin)

abortion: aborto (Spanish); root: abŏrtus (Latin)
government: gobierno (Spanish), governement (Old French), gubernus (Late Latin); root: gŭbĕrnāre (Latin, loaned from Greek)

Invariably Arabic's Allah,Ila, Ala, Hebrew Ellah and Yoruba'sEla, Ala etc are true cognate. This has nothing to with your lie. Interestingly, you and your partner are not the only reader.

Cheers grin
A load of dog-shit as it to be expected.

Listen up Olu-the-disgrace, crap is still crap even if it is a long piece of crap.

Get that straight. cheesy

Now to debunking your frauds again as I love to do:

(1a) The Arabic words for “God” are Allah (proper noun), and Ilāh (common noun).

(1b) In other words, your fraudulent so-called Arabic words Ila, Ala, Ela, et al. are NOT Arabic words for “God”.

(2a) The Hebrew words for “God” are El, Eloah, and Elohim.

(2b) In other words, your fraudulent so-called Hebrew word Ellah is NOT an Hebrew word for God.

(3a) The Yoruba words Ẹ̀là or Àlà (none of which you have any clue how to intonate) do NOT translate to “God” — contrary to your fraudulent wish.

(3b) Rather, the Yoruba word Ẹ̀là translates into “piece from a cleaved whole,” or “that which is illuminated (or made explicit) in order to make manifest (or for clarity).

(3c) The Yoruba word Àlà translates simply into “white cloth”.

In conclusion, “cognate” is a linguistic term which has continued for years to elude your ret@rded grasp.

Cognates are not merely similarly-sounding words in different languages. No, little boy.

Rather, all the following conditions are necessary in order to deem words of different language as actual cognates:

(I) These words (from the different languages) must have same or somewhat similar meanings.

(II) These words (from the different languages) must have same or somewhat similar phonetic sounds.

(III) The different languages from which the words come must belong to the same linguistic family.

So far, your Yoruba words do not meet even one (let alone the required ALL) of these three conditions.

You are a disgrace.

Cheers!
Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 11:00am On Jun 06
Olu317:
Search and search to proof that you're uneducated and not civil. Anyway on forum as, this , some parents have such descendant as you. A pathetic liar from the pit of hell.
This is your most pathetic attempt to defend any of your debunked delusions. grin

You will eventually have sense. You wanna bet? cheesy

Having said that, first of all I am waiting on you (since 6 days ago and still counting) to prove your so-called Arabic knowledge by doing the following:

Please write down the Arabic transliteration of the word “TAO” using pen and paper. Snap whatever you wrote and attach it.

This shouldn’t haven taken you even a 5 minutes to if you truly knew Arabic as you fraudulently portrayed on this platform.

I will make your fraudulent/scam mission on this public platform become more and more obvious to more and more people.

No amount of face-saving, damage control, or dumb feigning will save you from this.

Cheers!
Cc: rhektor
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 5:13pm On Jun 06
TAO11:
This is your most pathetic attempt to defend any of your debunked delusions. grin

You will eventually have sense. You wanna bet? cheesy

Having said that, first of all I am waiting on you (since 6 days ago and still counting) to prove your so-called Arabic knowledge by doing the following:

Please write down the Arabic transliteration of the word “TAO” using pen and paper. Snap whatever you wrote and attach it.

This shouldn’t haven taken you even a 5 minutes to if you truly knew Arabic as you fraudulently portrayed on this platform.

I will make your fraudulent/scam mission on this public platform become more and more obvious to more and more people.

No amount of face-saving, damage control, or dumb feigning will save you from this.

Cheers!
Cc: rhektor

just imaging ? You expect me to post your Arabic name when infact you had done such in Roman-Latin way .

Sorry ,there is no time to check time. Kindly defend issue I raised.Afterall you're the scammers of all time.

Last last liar will be exposed. So check yourself for the disgrace.Afterall you have not posted any renowned scholars to that effect as I had done.
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 5:39pm On Jun 06
Olu317:
just imaging ? You expect me to post your Arabic name when infact you had done such in Roman-Latin way .

Sorry ,there is no time to check time. Kindly defend issue I raised.Afterall you're the scammers of all time.

Last last liar will be exposed. So check yourself for the disgrace.Afterall you have not posted any renowned scholars to that effect as I had done.

Have you completed the assignment that I gave to you? Àfara! Before I closed my eyes disappear from here until you have apologized for dropping dogshit on nairaland

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 6:00pm On Jun 06
Olu317:
just imaging ? You expect me to post your Arabic name when infact you had done such in Roman-Latin way .

Sorry ,there is no time to check time. Kindly defend issue I raised.Afterall you're the scammers of all time.

Last last liar will be exposed. So check yourself for the disgrace.Afterall you have not posted any renowned scholars to that effect as I had done
LMAO! cheesy cheesy

@Rhektor come and see something oo. Olu-the-fraud said he doesn’t want to transliterate “TAO” into Arabic because it is already written using Roman letters.

I guess I should have written it in Arabic orthography for him first before I then ask him to also write it using Arabic orthography. What a higher dimension to Olu’s foolishness! cheesy

Okay @Olu317, since you hate my name so badly (as is to be expected), will you then agree to transliterate the word “sixty” using Arabic letters.

Transcribe that on paper, snap, and then attach your transcription here on this thread in reply to one of my requests.

Do something Olu, you’re drowning already. We must verify your self-acclaimed Arabic knowledge.

Prove your self-acclaimed assertion by attaching the requested Arabic transcription (NOT translation) of the word “sixty”.

Cheers!
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 6:06pm On Jun 06
rhektor:
Have you completed the assignment that I gave to you? Àfara! Before I closed my eyes disappear from here until you have apologized for dropping dogshit on nairaland
LMAO!

Olu is a die hard fraud. Die hard frauds don’t give up. They don’t apologize for their frauds. Olu won’t be an exception. He won’t apologize for his fraud.
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 6:13pm On Jun 06
TAO11:
A load of dog-shit as it to be expected.

Listen up Olu-the-disgrace, crap is still crap even if it is a long piece of crap.

Get that straight. cheesy

Now to debunking your frauds again as I love to do:

(1a) The Arabic words for “God” are Allah (proper noun), and Ilāh (common noun).

(1b) In other words, your fraudulent so-called Arabic words Ila, Ala, Ela, et al. are NOT Arabic words for “God”.

(2a) The Hebrew words for “God” are El, Eloah, and Elohim.

(2b) In other words, your fraudulent so-called Hebrew word Ellah is NOT an Hebrew word for God.

(3a) The Yoruba words Ẹ̀là or Àlà (none of which you have any clue how to intonate) do NOT translate to “God” — contrary to your fraudulent wish.

(3b) Rather, the Yoruba word Ẹ̀là translates into “piece from a cleaved whole,” or “that which is illuminated (or made explicit) in order to make manifest (or for clarity).

(3c) The Yoruba word Àlà translates simply into “white cloth”.

In conclusion, “cognate” is a linguistic term which has continued for years to elude your ret@rded grasp.

Cognates are not merely similarly-sounding words in different languages. No, little boy.

Rather, all the following conditions are necessarhektor

just imaging ? You expect me to post your Arabic name when infact you had done such in Roman-Latin way .

Sorry ,there is no time to check time. Kindly defend the issue with probable reason along scholar's interview. Afterall you're t he scammers of all time. Last last liar will be exposed. So check yourself over the disgrace.

Afterall you have not posted any renowned scholars to that effect as I had done..Thus kindly post and stop lamenting.

You see the sign you posted on Al Ilāh is known as Macron. And Macron means "the sign on any letter to be pronunced in a "long" way . And unfortunately , you lacked the pedigree to ask me silly question as this!. Al-lah(Ilāh) is same as Elã in Yorubas.

Anyway, liar has no shame and hidden place,so i mock at your silly character an being father of lies. Authors Shira Lubliner and Judith A. Scott noted, "Researchers indicate that English-Spanish cognates account for one-third of educated adult vocabulary (Nash, 1997) and 53.6% percent of English words are of Romance-language origin (Hammer, 1979)." ("Nourishing Vocabulary: Balancing Words and Learning." Corwin, 2008) .

Go and learn Mr. Liar: Ilāh Ellah, andYoruba's Elaa has same meaning . Mind you, Iam quoting1890s account ,when you're still unborn,even your grandfather was not born. And here lying to people without any renowned schollars to be referenced to back you up

Allah in European language;Latin ,German etc posted below as Cognate that's older than English language. Dareme? Post your scholars to back you up

Where is your own Eglish language came down as transliteration of Q to K ? Greek , Latin-Roman were the brain behind present day alphabet diacritics.

Kindly post your informants who are scholars and I am still waiting to see where Proffessor Wande Abimbola didn't make that remark! grin cheesy ....

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 8:24pm On Jun 06
TAO11:
LMAO! cheesy cheesy

@Rhektor come and see something oo. Olu-the-fraud said he doesn’t want to transliterate “TAO” into Arabic because it is already written using Roman orthography.

I guess I should have written it in Arabic orthography for him first before I then ask him to also write it using Arabic orthography. What a higher dimension to Olu’s foolishness! cheesy

Okay @Olu317, since you hate my name so badly (as is to be expected), will you then agree to transliterate the word “sixty” using Arabic letters.

Transcribe that on paper, snap, and then attach your transcription here on this thread in reply to one of my requests.

Do something Olu, you are drowning already. We must verify your self-acclaimed assertion of Arabic knowledge.

Prove your self-acclaimed assertion by attaching the requested Arabic transcription (NOT translation) of the word “sixty”.

Cheers!
See rhetorics ? Lmao! After all, you failed because you lied. Meanwhile, i intend to expose your lies about 40,000 years of hominid fossil in Niger valley as shown below. Your evil heart will make this revelation become reality because of your vulgar word usage.Iwo Eleru(Cave of ashes) is the oldest in West Africa and not up to 14,000 years.


Las las, you will change your Moniker grin cheesy.

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 9:59pm On Jun 06
Olu317:
See rhetorics? Lmao! After all, you failed because you lied.
Laugh your ass out? Perhaps you should try to laugh your brains in. grin cheesy Olu the fraud oo. cheesy

Anyways to disprove someone, it is not enough to say words — words like “you failed,” “you lied,” etc.

No! You must also provide evidence that would proves your allegation — just as I have been doing to you.

And if you can’t provide such evidence, then you are fallen, and you have no case.


Meanwhile, i intend to expose your lies about 40,000 years of hominid fossil in Niger valley as shown below.
Oh really!? smiley I lied? cheesy Let’s see. Lol. cheesy

You see, one of your biggest undoing is that you want to always sound intelligent, and as such you fall into the trap of using “BiG” terms that you yourself have no clue what they mean. cheesy

First of all, my words as attached & highlighted below does not by any means contain the words “hominid fossil,” or any word/s to the same effect.

Now to educate you (since you’ve used a word bigger than you), a “hominid fossil” refers to the preserved remains of bones (from the skeleton) of a human [or non-human] primate from the distant past.

Now show me where this notion or anything to this very same effect is mentioned in my screenshot, you pathetic, pathological, fatuous, ignorant liar. cheesy

Your evil heart will make this revelation become reality because of your vulgar word usage. Iwo Eleru (Cave of ashes) is the oldest in West Africa and not up to 14,000 years.
Stop trying too hard. cheesy Yes, the Iwo Eleru skull is the oldest human bone found yet in the whole of West Africa. This is almost common knowledge. grin

However, hominid fossil (e.g. human bones) are not the only discoverable archaeological evidence of human existence in an area. You didn’t know this, or did you? cheesy

I will state it again, archaeological evidence of human existence in the area now known as Nigeria dates to c. 40,000 years ago. Middle Stone Age groups of humans roamed parts of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria.

To spoon feed you, these early groups left behind the remains of their tools and other implements. These have been dated by archaeologists to c. 40,000 y.o.

Like I have once asked you, are you saying that there are no such archaeological research, or are you only admitting your ignorance of such information??

Please point out which of these two applies to you so I can reply accordingly. I need to know whether I am to debunk your ‘agnorance,’ or I’m to rescue you from your ignorance. Please make a choice.

Las las, you will change your Moniker grin cheesy.
“Out of the abundance of the heart,” they say, “the mouth speaks”.

In other words, you’ve obviously been thinking about deactivating your account given what I am making you go through. Lol.

Yes, that’s the TAO-syndrome. Ask the Edo bigot, viz. @Truthshot. cheesy grin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 10:12pm On Jun 06
Olu317:
Liar keep jumping from area to another: The word Allah came from Roman Latin and not English language that was stealing words or adopting words from other Europeans grin
“The word Allah came from Roman Latin” abi what did I just read now? Olodumare oo, who cursed Olu317?? cheesy

And where did you the get the crappy idea that the word Allah is from English language or your so-called Roman Latin?? Please explain. cheesy

While you keep defending lies, truth has no replacement .So stop posting trash because of your ignorance. Meanwhile , the sign on Al-Ilāh(TheGod i s called Macron. So stop lying and beheld yourshame with humility. Why would I contest simple information but you come online to post trash.
Lies? Trash? Interesting! cheesy I think you meant this as an advice to self. cheesy

Moreover, who asked you about macron or what purpose it serves? LMAO! Nobody asked you that. cheesy

The problems before you is that you are a fraudulent slowpoke who lied blatantly as follows:

You lied that the following so-called Arabic words (i.e. Ela, Ila, Ala, et al.) are the Arabic equivalence of the English word “God”.

You also lied blatantly that the Hebrew word for “God” is a certain fraudulent Ellah. This is one of your shameless falsehood. cheesy

just imaging ? You expect me to post your Arabic name when infact you had done such in Roman-Latin way .

Sorry ,there is no time to check time. Kindly defend the issue with probable reason along scholar's interview. Afterall you're t he scammers of all time. Last last liar will be exposed. So check yourself over the disgrace.

Afterall you have not posted any renowned scholars to that effect as I had done..Thus kindly post and stop lamenting.
I guess I should have written the word “TAO” using Arabic orthography before asking you to also write it in Arabic orthography. cheesy

I do not see how you could be more foolish than this. Like I always say, you are a public disgrace.

Okay oo Olu, since you hate my name so badly (as is to be expected), please transliterate the word “sixty” using Arabic letters.

Transcribe it on paper, snap it, and then attach your transcription here to this thread in reply to one of my requests.

Please prove your self-acclaimed Arabic knowledge by attaching the requested Arabic transcription (NOT translation) of the word “sixty” — at least.

You see the sign you posted on Al Ilāh is known as Macron. And Macron means "the sign on any letter to be pronunced in a "long" way
I know this. Why are you telling me what I know?

Why are you answering a question I didn’t ask you, yet you leave aside the questions I asked you.

And unfortunately , you lacked the pedigree to ask me silly question as this!.
Nobody asked you any such question, dummy. cheesy

Al-lah(Ilāh) is same as Elã in Yorubas.
No they are not the same, nor are they similar.

First of all, Allāh is “God” (as a proper noun), and Ilāh is “God” (as a common noun). Each of these word is an Arabic word.

On the other hand, the Yoruba word Elã Ẹ̀là means “Piece(s) from a cleaved whole,” or “That which is illuminated (or made explicit) in order to make manifest (or for clarity)”.

These respective meanings have absolutely nothing in common. Moreover, Yoruba and Arabic languages do not belong to the same language family.

Anyway, liar has no shame and hidden place,so i mock at your silly character an being father of lies. Authors Shira Lubliner and Judith A. Scott noted, "Researchers indicate that English-Spanish cognates account for one-third of educated adult vocabulary (Nash, 1997) and 53.6% percent of English words are of Romance-language origin (Hammer, 1979)." ("Nourishing Vocabulary: Balancing Words and Learning." Corwin, 2008).
Answer the following question, dullard:

Where in your garbage here did you get the idea that there is such thing as Yoruba-Arabic cognates?? Please highlight it. cheesy

Go and learn Mr. Liar: Ilāh Ellah, andYoruba's Elaa has same meaning.
No they do not have the same meaning. cheesy

And Ellah is NOT even an Arabic word in the first place. LMAO!

Mind you, Iam quoting 1890s account ,when you're still unborn,even your grandfather was not born. And here lying to people without any renowned schollars to be referenced to back you up
No! You have not quoted any account to back up you fraud. cheesy

Your fraudulent claim is that the Yoruba words Àlà, Ẹ̀là, et al. are cognates with the Arabic words Allāh, Ilāh, et al.

No linguist/scholar says this anywhere. Mention one of such scholars. Quote that specific words. Cite the work where such statement was made.

You are the claimant here, and as such you (and NOT I) have the burden to prove your claim.

Allah in European language;Latin ,German etc posted below as Cognate that's older than English language. Dareme? Post your scholars to back you up
LMAO!

Where in your online English dictionary screenshot did it say Arabic is cognate with European languages? LMAO grin Olu, you are disgrace.

Where is your own Eglish language came down as transliteration of Q to K ? Greek, Latin-Roman were the brain behind present day alphabet diacritics.
Can you re-write this in English? Thanks. cheesy

Kindly post your informants who are scholars
My informants who told me to challenge your claims?? LMAO! cheesy

You made a false claim. You were challenged to back it up. Now you need to know my “informants” who asked me to challenge you. Olu is a compound fool.

and I am still waiting to see where Proffessor Wande Abimbola didn't make that remark![/b]grin cheesy ....
@Rhektor, come and see the latest oo. cheesy

He wants me to show him where Professor Abimbola did NOT make a statement that he (Abimbola) did NOT make.

Is that even a coherent thing to request!? Can any other dumbstard possibly beat that. I doubt it. cheesy

Cheers!

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 11:32pm On Jun 06
TAO11:
“The word Allah came from Roman Latin” abi what did I just read now? Olodumare oo, who cursed Olu317?? cheesy

And where did you the get the crappy idea that the word Allah is from English language of your so-called Roman Latin?? Please explain. cheesy

Lies? Trash? Interesting! cheesy I think you meant this as an advice to self. cheesy

Moreover, who asked you about macron or what purpose it serves? LMAO! Nobody asked you that. cheesy

The problems before you is that you are a fraudulent slowpoke who lied blatantly as follows:

You lied that the following so-called Arabic words (i.e. Ela, Ila, Ala, et al.) are the Arabic equivalence of the English word “God”.

You also lied blatantly that the Hebrew word for “God” is a certain fraudulent Ellah. This is one of your shameless falsehood. cheesy

I guess I should have written the word “TAO” using Arabic orthography before asking you to also write it in Arabic orthography.

I do not see how you could be more foolish than this. Like I always say, you are a public disgrace.

Okay oo Olu, since you hate my name so badly (as is to be expected), please transliterate the word “sixty” using Arabic letters.

Transcribe it on paper, snap it, and then attach your transcription here to this thread in reply to one of my requests.

Please prove your self-acclaimed Arabic knowledge by attaching the requested Arabic transcription (NOT translation) of the word “sixty” — at least.

I know this. Why are you telling me what I know?

Why are you answering a question I didn’t ask you, yet you leave aside the questions I asked you.

Nobody asked you any such question, dummy. cheesy

No they are not the same, nor are they similar.

First of all, Allāh is “God” (as a proper noun), and Ilāh is “God” (as a common noun). Each of these word is an Arabic word.

On the other hand, the Yoruba word Elã Ẹ̀là means “Piece(s) from a cleaved whole,” or “That which is illuminated (or made explicit) in order to make manifest (or for clarity)”.

These respective meanings have absolutely nothing in common. Moreover, Yoruba and Arabic languages do not belong to the same language family.

Answer the following question, dullard:

Where in your garbage here did you get the idea that there is such thing as Yoruba-Arabic cognates?? Please highlight it. cheesy

No they do not have the same meaning. cheesy

And Ellah is NOT even an Arabic word in the first place. LMAO!

No! You have not quoted any account to back up you fraud. cheesy

Your fraudulent claim is that the Yoruba words Àlà, Ẹ̀là, et al. are cognates with the Arabic words Allāh, Ilāh, et al.

No linguist/scholar says this anywhere. Mention one of such scholars. Quote that specific words. Cite the work where such statement was made.

You are the claimant here, and as such you (and NOT I) have the burden to prove your claim.

LMAO!

Where in your online-dictionary screenshot did it say Arabic is cognate with European languages? LMAO grin Olu, you are disgrace.

Can you re-write this in English? Thanks. cheesy

My informants who told me to challenge your claims?? LMAO! cheesy

You made a false claim. You were challenged to back it up. Now you need to know my “informants” who asked me to challenge you. Olu is a compound fool.

@Rhektor, come and see the latest oo. cheesy

He wants me to show him where Professor Abimbola did NOT make a statement that he did NOT make.

What a request from Olu317 to TAO11? Can any other dumbstard beat that. I doubt it. cheesy

Cheers!

grin grin grin grin
Olu317 oooooooooooooo
Your folly crawl deeper in the hole you kept digging for yourself lol
Don't ever take these responses you're getting for your importance no you're not! These responses are to help others who are truly seeking knowledge. You Olu317 on the other hand are lost, completely lost, you're not losing it o, you're not drowning but drowned. There's was a time I used to think that you can be savaged but right now I have come to realized that you are expendable. By the way, Olu317 you have not submitted the assignment that I gave you cheesy
The werey said that Allah is from Latin cheesy
Latin kọ́ọ̀, Mandarin ni

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 12:27am On Jun 07
Olu317:
just imaging ? You expect me to post your Arabic name when infact you had done such in Roman-Latin way .

Sorry ,there is no time to check time. Kindly defend issue I raised.Afterall you're the scammers of all time.

Last last liar will be exposed. So check yourself for the disgrace.Afterall you have not posted any renowned scholars to that effect as I had done.

Did someone helped you to type the last paragraph? Because it sums up your life on nairaland.
1. You're a liar and you're being disgraced here grin
2. You keep mentioning some scholars for real but attributing what they never say/write cheesy

One question for you. Abegi who bewitched you gan-an ná? Because this is beyond ordinary

Don't forget your assignment

Cc TAO11

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 12:35am On Jun 07
TAO11:
LMAO!

Olu is a die hard fraud. Die hard frauds don’t give up. They don’t apologize for their frauds. Olu won’t be an exception. He won’t apologize for his fraud.

Then he will be disgraced out of nairaland

Olu317, your fraudulent writings has come to the end of the road

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 12:48am On Jun 07
rhektor:
grin grin grin grin
Olu317 oooooooooooooo
Your folly crawl deeper in the hole you kept digging for yourself lol
Don't ever take these responses you're getting for your importance no you're not! These responses are to help others who are truly seeking knowledge. You Olu317 on the other hand are lost, completely lost, you're not losing it o, you're not drowning but drowned. There's was a time I used to think that you can be savaged but right now I have come to realized that you are expendable. By the way, Olu317 you have not submitted the assignment that I gave you cheesy
The werey said that Allah is from Latin cheesy
Latin kọ́ọ̀, Mandarin ni
cheesy grin Mandarin killed me.

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 6:25am On Jun 07
TAO11:
Laugh your ass out? Perhaps you should try to laugh your brains in. grin cheesy Olu the fraud oo. cheesy

Anyways to disprove someone, it is not enough to say words — words like “you failed,” “you lied,” etc.

No! You must also provide evidence that would proves your allegation — just as I have been doing to you.

And if you can’t provide such evidence, then you are fallen, and you have no case.


Oh really!? smiley I lied? cheesy Let’s see. Lol. cheesy

You see, one of your biggest undoing is that you want to always sound intelligent, and as such you fall into the trap of using “BiG” terms that you yourself have no clue what they mean. cheesy

First of all, my words as attached & highlighted below does not by any means contain the words “hominid fossil,” or any word/s to the same effect.

Now to educate you (since you’ve used a word bigger than you), a “hominid fossil” refers to the preserved remains of bones (from the skeleton) of a human [or non-human] primate from the distant past.

Now show me where this notion or anything to this very same effect is mentioned in my screenshot, you pathetic, pathological, fatuous, ignorant liar. cheesy

Stop trying too hard. cheesy Yes, the Iwo Eleru skull is the oldest human bone found yet in the whole of West Africa. This is almost common knowledge. grin

However, hominid fossil (e.g. human bones) are not the only discoverable archaeological evidence of human existence in an area. You didn’t know this, or did you? cheesy

I will state it again, archaeological evidence of human existence in the area now known as Nigeria dates to c. 40,000 years ago. Middle Stone Age groups of humans roamed parts of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria.

To spoon feed you, these early groups left behind the remains of their tools and other implements. These have been dated by archaeologists to c. 40,000 y.o.

Like I have once asked you, are you saying that there are no such archaeological research, or are you only admitting your ignorance of such information??

Please point out which of these two applies to you so I can reply accordingly. I need to know whether I am to debunk your ‘agnorance,’ or I’m to rescue you from your ignorance. Please make a choice.

“Out of the abundance of the heart,” they say, “the mouth speaks”.

In other words, you’ve obviously been thinking about deactivating your account given what I am making you go through. Lol.

Yes, that’s the TAO-syndrome. Ask the Edo bigot, viz. @Truthshot. cheesy grin
Lol. Did I ask you to define hominid fossil? Ofcourse not.
What is the bone of contention ? That you sneakily lied to claimed 40,000 years of fossil existence in Niger valley, to be older than Iwo Eleru which is false. Below is the attached screenshots, In which you throw caution to the wind by misleading people on this platform .

However studies clearly show that the population of this area n the early and mid Holocene was not homogeneous. But so far, Iwo Eleru retains its status as the earliest known excavated burial in the region. Thus no fossil of any kind is yet to be proven that's older than Iwo Eleru's burial site

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 8:11am On Jun 07
Olu317:
Lol. Did I ask you to define hominid fossil? Ofcourse not.
What is the bone of contention ? That you sneakily lied to claimed 40,000 years of fossil existence in Niger valley, to be older than Iwo Eleru which is false. Below is the attached screenshots, In which you throw caution to the wind by misleading people on this platform .

However studies clearly show that the population of this area n the early and mid Holocene was not homogeneous. But so far, Iwo Eleru retains its status as the earliest known excavated burial in the region. Thus no fossil of any kind is yet to be proven that's older than Iwo Eleru's burial site

You have a magnificent problem
You don't read at all to understand but to reply with the garbage in your sawdust filled head.
TAO11 said even though Iwo eleru is still the place where the oldest fosil was found in west Africa but there are older findings of material that points to earlier human settlements and activities which predates the Iwo fosil around this same west Africa.
When will you sit and try to understand things before running to type gibberish? undecided
Olu317, you need to see your doctor if you have any. You shouldn't die in your folly

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 8:17am On Jun 07
Olu317:
Lol. Did I ask you to define hominid fossil? Ofcourse not.
What is the bone of contention ? That you sneakily lied to claimed 40,000 years of fossil existence in Niger valley, to be older than Iwo Eleru which is false. Below is the attached screenshots, In which you throw caution to the wind by misleading people on this platform .

However studies clearly show that the population of this area n the early and mid Holocene was not homogeneous. But so far, Iwo Eleru retains its status as the earliest known excavated burial in the region. Thus no fossil of any kind is yet to be proven that's older than Iwo Eleru's burial site

You have a magnificent problem
You don't read at all to understand but to reply with the garbage in your sawdust filled head.
TAO11 said even though Iwo eleru is still the place where the oldest fosil was found in west Africa but there are older findings of material that points to earlier human settlements and activities which predates the Iwo fosil around this same west Africa.
When will you sit and try to understand things before running to type gibberish? undecided
Olu317, you need to see your doctor if you have any. You shouldn't die in your folly
TAO11:
Laugh your ass out? Perhaps you should try to laugh your brains in. grin cheesy Olu the fraud oo. cheesy
Oh really!? smiley I lied? cheesy Let’s see. Lol. cheesy

Stop trying too hard. cheesy Yes, the Iwo Eleru skull is the oldest human bone found yet in the whole of West Africa. This is almost common knowledge. grin

However, hominid fossil (e.g. human bones) are not the only discoverable archaeological evidence of human existence in an area. You didn’t know this, or did you? cheesy

I will state it again, archaeological evidence of human existence in the area now known as Nigeria dates to c. 40,000 years ago. Middle Stone Age groups of humans roamed parts of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria.

To spoon feed you, these early groups left behind the remains of their tools and other implements. These have been dated by archaeologists to c. 40,000 y.o.

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 10:18am On Jun 07
rhektor:
You have a magnificent problem
You don't read at all to understand but to reply with the garbage in your sawdust filled head.
TAO11 said even though Iwo eleru is still the place where the oldest fosil was found in west Africa but there are older findings of material that points to earlier human settlements and activities which predates the Iwo fosil around this same west Africa.
When will you sit and try to understand things before running to type gibberish? undecided
Olu317, you need to see your doctor if you have any. You shouldn't die in your folly
Thank you for putting the dullard in his place. cheesy

He’s trying to play dumb on the difference between the human bones/skulls on one hand; and their tools/ implements on another hand.

Olu317 is irredeemable.

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 10:54am On Jun 07
TAO11:
Thank you for putting the dullard in his place. cheesy

He’s trying to play dumb on the human bone vs tools/implements thang.

Olu317 is irredeemable.
LIAR, post the tool with journal's account backing it up. I laugh at your ignorance. I posit with evidence ,Mr liar and not epistle.... grin grin grin .Learn humility

Ignorant you enjoy mockery of people .And now, you have not posted any scholarly journal to proof your point of 40,000 years of either fossil primate or your so called other tool existing as far back as you claim.

Interestingly, without fossil hominid, who will produce any tool ? Mr, liar, know that one of the closest to Iwo Eleru is Shuma laka.And as far as present research is concerned there is no other Pleistocene LSA succession in West Africa comparable to Shum Laka. As already remarked, pottery came into use at that site at about the same time as at Iwo Eleru. At Ounjougou, in Mali, there is a radiocarbon date of 8700±75 BP directly associated with pottery at Ravin du Hibou(Huysecom et al., 2004a,2004b; Raeli and Huysecom, 2004).

Note: lick your wound liarbecause you pride yourself above your superior. I likened you the devil Ọlọ́wọ̀ (a personage who ought be respectful in nature) challenged Ọ̀rúnmìlà due to envying .

Below screenshot still null your cunny tool ,you intend to sneak into it.

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 2:45pm On Jun 07
TAO11:
Thank you for putting the dullard in his place. cheesy

He’s trying to play dumb on the difference between the human bones/skulls on one hand; and their tools/ implements on another hand.

Olu317 is irredeemable.

The only reason why he present himself as a dumb fool is because he never understands anything, even the things he write he himself don't understand.
Olu317, I am still waiting for the assignment that I gave you o
Besides, you have not point out where I have said that you used Ìjẹ̀bú dialect in your junk that started this flogging for you. Don't you ever think that I have forgotten

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 5:32pm On Jun 07
Olu317:
LIAR, post the tool with journal's account backing it up. I laugh at your ignorance. I posit with evidence ,Mr liar and not epistle.... grin grin grin .Learn humility
First of all, I must commend you for finally grasping the difference between skull and tools.

You feigned dumb earlier, but after severe dragging, you succumbed to the pressure of common sense. cheesy

Having said that, you still haven’t answered my very same question — that is:

Are you saying that there are no such archaeological research of the Middle Niger Valley in present-day Nigeria which dates the existence of humans in the region to circa 40,000 y. o. on the basis of their tools and other implements??

Or are you simply saying that you are starkly ignorant of any such archaeology research of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria??

These two are different and distinct. Do not mix them up. I need to know which of these two is your case so I can address you (i.e. ‘disgrace you’ with evidence, or ‘educate you’ with evidence) accordingly.

So, please make your specific case known. Thanks! smiley

Ignorant you enjoy mockery of people
Ignorant? cheesy Think again. Lol.

Secondly: Yes, I love to mock fraudsters like you. And I do so with facts and superior argumentation.

And now, you have not posted any scholarly journal to proof your point of 40,000 years of either fossil primate or your so called other tool existing as far back as you claim.
Not yet. And for two reasons:

(1) You struggled (or at least pretended to struggle) to understand the difference between skull and tools. grin

For the umpteenth time, the Iwo-Eleru skull dates to c.13,000 years, but the existence of human groups in the Nigerian region dates to circa 40,000 years on the basis of the find of their tools and other implements.

I had to first make sure that you admit to understand the difference between skull and tools before I would cite the scholarly references.

Now that we’ve cleared that off the way (since you’ve now admitted to have now gotten the difference), we move then to the second reason why I am yet to cite the scholarly references to that effect.

(2) The second (and remaining) issue that really has to be trashed out before I would proceed to cite the scholarly references is the issue of the actual position you have on this. To quote my words on this again:

Are you saying that there are no such archaeological research of the Middle Niger Valley in present-day Nigeria which dates the existence of humans in the region to circa 40,000 y. o. on the basis of their tools and other implements??

Or are you simply saying that
you are starkly ignorant of any such archaeology research of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria??

These two are different and distinct. Do not mix them up. I need to know which of these two is your case so I can address you (i.e. ‘disgrace you’ with evidence, or ‘educate you’ with evidence) accordingly.

So, please make your specific case known. Thanks!
smiley

So get this remaining issue out of the way first, then you would see me cite the scholarly reference to that effect. Okay? The ball is in your court. Help yourself.

Interestingly, without fossil hominid, who will produce any tool?
Just how you shoot yourself in the skull every time. Isn’t it? Lol.

To highlight how ret@rded your reasoning is now, you are actually suggesting that the discovery of only one skull at Iwo-Eleru proves that only one human being lived at Iwo-Eleru in c.13,000 BC.

Now read that again (in light of your own comment) and tell me how reta@rded you feel. cheesy

Mr, liar, know that one of the closest to Iwo Eleru is Shuma laka. And as far as present research is concerned there is no other Pleistocene LSA succession in West Africa comparable to Shum Laka. As already remarked, pottery came into use at that site at about the same time as at Iwo Eleru. At Ounjougou, in Mali, there is a radiocarbon date of 8700±75 BP directly associated with pottery at Ravin du Hibou(Huysecom et al., 2004a,2004b; Raeli and Huysecom, 2004).
Like I always say, one of your problem is the fact that you jump on BiG words which you have no clue what they mean. Now you’ve exposed yourself again as an illiterate. Who did this to you?

Going forward, make sure to always understand the significance of words you intend to use (or cite) prior to using (or citing) them. Taking this precaution going forward would help you appear less dumb.

To educate you again (as I do), the acronym “LSA” in your screenshot/comment, means “Late Stone Age”.

In order words, your screenshot wasn’t talking about Middle Stone Age humans. It’s focus, instead, was on Late Stone Age humans.

In contrast, my comment on the existence of humans in the Nigeria region in circa 38,000 B.C.E. wasn’t w.r.t. LSA humans. Rather, it was w.r.t. MSA humans.

The following are my exact words as is shown in my earlier comment on this same thread:

Middle Stone Age groups of humans roamed parts of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria.

This foregoing point defeats whatever you’d intended with that scholarly screenshot whose words you have no clue on to begin with.

To inform the sane readers who have being following this, the Late Stone Age period in the history of West Africa is specifically characterized by the knowledge of “agriculture” which slowly transformed wanderers to settlers.

Another important technological advancement of this period (apart from the knowledge of agriculture) was the knowledge of “pottery”.

In contrast, the MSA period (i.e. the focus period in my comment) was characterized by roaming humans who haven’t yet come to discover agriculture.

As such, they made their living only by gathering food in the forest, and by hunting/fishing. The knowledge of pottery was also yet to be discovered during this MSA period — until in the LSA when human groups began to settle down owing to the discovery of agriculture — that is, farming and animal domestication.

Note: lick your wound liar because you pride yourself above your superior. I likened you the devil Ọlọ́wọ̀ (a personage who ought be respectful in nature) challenged Ọ̀rúnmìlà due to envying
Yes, I am quite certain that this is supposed to be your attempt at comedy, as a coping mechanism for the trauma I’m inflicting on you.

Guess what! You still failed even at comedy. cheesy

Below screenshot still null your cunny tool ,you intend to sneak into it.
Lol. If you read my replies up to this point, then you must be terribly embarrassed at yourself for writing this specific line.

Next time make sure to know the difference between MSA and LSA, and understand what your screenshots say before posting them to embarrass yourself.

Read to understand and stop being a disgrace to the Yorubas.

Cheers.
Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 9:42pm On Jun 07
TAO11:
First of all, I must you commend for finally grasping the difference between skull and tools.

You feigned dumb earlier, but after severe dragging, you succumbed to the pressure of common sense. cheesy

Having said that, you still haven’t answered my very same question — that is:

Are you saying that there are no such archaeological research of the Middle Niger Valley in present-day Nigeria which dates the existence of humans in the region to circa 40,000 y. o. on the basis of their tools and other implements??

Or are you simply saying that you are starkly ignorant of any such archaeology research of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria??

These two are different and distinct. Do not mix them up. I need to know which of these two is your case so I can address you (i.e. ‘disgrace you’ with evidence, or ‘educate you’ with evidence) accordingly.

So, please make your specific case known. Thanks! smiley

Ignorant? cheesy Think again. Lol.

Secondly: Yes, I love to mock fraudsters like you. And I do so with facts and superior argumentation.

Not yet. And for two reasons:

(1) You struggled (or at least pretended to struggle) to understand the difference between skull and tools. grin

For the umpteenth time, the Iwo-Eleru skull dates to c.13,000 years, but the existence of human groups in the Nigerian region dates to circa 40,000 years on the basis of the find of their tools and other implements.

I had to first make sure that you admit to understand have understood the difference between skull and tools before citing the scholarly references to that effect.

Now that we’ve cleared that off the way (since you’ve now admitted to have now gotten the difference), we move then to the second reason why I am yet to cite the scholarly references to that effect.

(2) The second (and remaining) issue that really has to be trashed out before I would proceed to cite the scholarly references is the issue of the actual position you have on this. To quote my words on this again:

Are you saying that there are no such archaeological research of the Middle Niger Valley in present-day Nigeria which dates the existence of humans in the region to circa 40,000 y. o. on the basis of their tools and other implements??

Or are you simply saying that
you are starkly ignorant of any such archaeology research of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria??

These two are different and distinct. Do not mix them up. I need to know which of these two is your case so I can address you (i.e. ‘disgrace you’ with evidence, or ‘educate you’ with evidence) accordingly.

So, please make your specific case known. Thanks!
smiley

So get this remaining issue out of the way first, then you would see me cite the scholarly reference to that effect. Okay? The ball is in your court. Help yourself.

Just how you shoot yourself in the skull every time. Isn’t it? Lol.

To highlight how ret@rded your reasoning is now, you are actually suggesting that the discovery of only one skull at Iwo-Eleru proves that only one human being lived at Iwo-Eleru (or even in the whole of Yorubaland) in c.13,000 BC.

Now read that again (in light of your own comment) and tell me how reta@rded you feel. cheesy

Like I always say, one of your problem is the fact that you jump on BiG words which you have no clue what they mean. Now you’ve exposed yourself as an illiterate again. Who did this to you?

Going forward, make sure to always understand the significance of words you intend to use (or cite) prior to using (or citing) them. Taking this precaution going forward would help you appear less dumb.

To educate you again (as I do), the acronym “LSA” in your screenshot/comment, means “Late Stone Age”.

In order words, your screenshot wasn’t talking about Middle Stone Age humans. It’s focus, instead, was on Late Stone Age humans.

In contrast, my comment on the existence of humans in the Nigeria region some c. 40,000 BC wasn’t w.r.t. LSA humans. Rather, it was w.r.t. MSA humans.

The following are my exact words which in my earlier comment on this same thread:

Middle Stone Age groups of humans roamed parts of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria.

This foregoing point defeats whatever you intended with that scholarly screenshot whose words you have no clue on to begin with.

To inform the sane readers who have being following this, the Late Stone Age period in the history of West Africa is specifically characterized by the knowledge of “agriculture” which slowly turned wandering folks into settlers.

Another important technological advancement of this period (apart from the knowledge of agriculture) was the knowledge of “pottery”.

In contrast, the MSA period (i.e. the focus period in my comment) was characterized by roaming human groups who haven’t yet come to discover agriculture.

As such, they made their living only by gathering food in the forest, and by hunting/fishing. The knowledge of pottery was also yet to be discovered during this MSA period — until in the LSA when human groups began to settle owing to the discovery of agriculture, viz. farming and animal domestication.

Yes, I I’m quite certain that this is supposed to be your attempt at comedy, as a coping mechanism for the trauma I’m inflicting on you. Guess what! You still failed even at comedy. cheesy

Lol. If you read my replies up to this point, then you must be terribly embarrassed at yourself for writing this specific line.

Next time make sure to know the difference between MSA and LSA, and understand what your screenshot says before posting it to embarrass yourself.

Read to understand and stop being a disgrace to the Yorubas.

Cheers.
Cc: rhektor
Olu317 will never respond to whatever you comment but will type out the junks in his head he's so detached from reality

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 10:47pm On Jun 07
rhektor:
Olu317 will never respond to whatever you comment but will type out the junks in his head he's so detached from reality
I actually love that he does that.

By so doing, he’s been helping me (without knowing it) to achieve my noble objective of exposing him.

He needs to be exposed, and exposing himself is a plus for our noble cause.

Olu317 is a fraud.


——————-
For the umpteenth time, Olu please transliterate the word “sixty” using Arabic letters.

Transcribe it on paper, snap it, and then attach your transcription as a reply to this comment.

Please prove your self-acclaimed Arabic knowledge. We can’t wait. It’s been 8 days+ now & still counting.

Do something Olu. grin

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by rhektor(m): 6:27am On Jun 08
TAO11:
I actually love that he does that.

By so doing, he’s been helping me (without knowing it) to achieve my noble objective of exposing him.

He needs to be exposed, and exposing himself is a plus for our noble cause.

Olu317 is a fraud.


——————-
For the umpteenth time, Olu please transliterate the word “sixty” using Arabic letters.

Transcribe it on paper, snap it, and then attach your transcription as a reply to this comment.

Please prove your self-acclaimed Arabic knowledge. We can’t wait. It’s been 8 days+ now & still counting.

Do something Olu. grin

Olu317 Fraud your attention is needed here, while you are at it don't forget the assignment that I gave you, this is the third week since I have given you the assignment

Cheers

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 7:20pm On Jun 11
TAO11:
First of all, I must commend you for finally grasping the difference between skull and tools.

You feigned dumb earlier, but after severe dragging, you succumbed to the pressure of common sense. cheesy

Having said that, you still haven’t answered my very same question — that is:

Are you saying that there are no such archaeological research of the Middle Niger Valley in present-day Nigeria which dates the existence of humans in the region to circa 40,000 y. o. on the basis of their tools and other implements??

Or are you simply saying that you are starkly ignorant of any such archaeology research of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria??

These two are different and distinct. Do not mix them up. I need to know which of these two is your case so I can address you (i.e. ‘disgrace you’ with evidence, or ‘educate you’ with evidence) accordingly.

So, please make your specific case known. Thanks! smiley

Ignorant? cheesy Think again. Lol.

Secondly: Yes, I love to mock fraudsters like you. And I do so with facts and superior argumentation.

Not yet. And for two reasons:

(1) You struggled (or at least pretended to struggle) to understand the difference between skull and tools. grin

For the umpteenth time, the Iwo-Eleru skull dates to c.13,000 years, but the existence of human groups in the Nigerian region dates to circa 40,000 years on the basis of the find of their tools and other implements.

I had to first make sure that you admit to understand the difference between skull and tools before I would cite the scholarly references.

Now that we’ve cleared that off the way (since you’ve now admitted to have now gotten the difference), we move then to the second reason why I am yet to cite the scholarly references to that effect.

(2) The second (and remaining) issue that really has to be trashed out before I would proceed to cite the scholarly references is the issue of the actual position you have on this. To quote my words on this again:

Are you saying that there are no such archaeological research of the Middle Niger Valley in present-day Nigeria which dates the existence of humans in the region to circa 40,000 y. o. on the basis of their tools and other implements??

Or are you simply saying that
you are starkly ignorant of any such archaeology research of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria??

These two are different and distinct. Do not mix them up. I need to know which of these two is your case so I can address you (i.e. ‘disgrace you’ with evidence, or ‘educate you’ with evidence) accordingly.

So, please make your specific case known. Thanks!
smiley

So get this remaining issue out of the way first, then you would see me cite the scholarly reference to that effect. Okay? The ball is in your court. Help yourself.

Just how you shoot yourself in the skull every time. Isn’t it? Lol.

To highlight how ret@rded your reasoning is now, you are actually suggesting that the discovery of only one skull at Iwo-Eleru proves that only one human being lived at Iwo-Eleru in c.13,000 BC.

Now read that again (in light of your own comment) and tell me how reta@rded you feel. cheesy

Like I always say, one of your problem is the fact that you jump on BiG words which you have no clue what they mean. Now you’ve exposed yourself again as an illiterate. Who did this to you?

Going forward, make sure to always understand the significance of words you intend to use (or cite) prior to using (or citing) them. Taking this precaution going forward would help you appear less dumb.

To educate you again (as I do), the acronym “LSA” in your screenshot/comment, means “Late Stone Age”.

In order words, your screenshot wasn’t talking about Middle Stone Age humans. It’s focus, instead, was on Late Stone Age humans.

In contrast, my comment on the existence of humans in the Nigeria region in circa 38,000 B.C.E. wasn’t w.r.t. LSA humans. Rather, it was w.r.t. MSA humans.

The following are my exact words as is shown in my earlier comment on this same thread:

Middle Stone Age groups of humans roamed parts of the Middle Niger Valley in what is now Nigeria.

This foregoing point defeats whatever you’d intended with that scholarly screenshot whose words you have no clue on to begin with.

To inform the sane readers who have being following this, the Late Stone Age period in the history of West Africa is specifically characterized by the knowledge of “agriculture” which slowly transformed wanderers to settlers.

Another important technological advancement of this period (apart from the knowledge of agriculture) was the knowledge of “pottery”.

In contrast, the MSA period (i.e. the focus period in my comment) was characterized by roaming humans who haven’t yet come to discover agriculture.

As such, they made their living only by gathering food in the forest, and by hunting/fishing. The knowledge of pottery was also yet to be discovered during this MSA period — until in the LSA when human groups began to settle down owing to the discovery of agriculture — that is, farming and animal domestication.

Yes, I am quite certain that this is supposed to be your attempt at comedy, as a coping mechanism for the trauma I’m inflicting on you.

Guess what! You still failed even at comedy. cheesy

Lol. If you read my replies up to this point, then you must be terribly embarrassed at yourself for writing this specific line.

Next time make sure to know the difference between MSA and LSA, and understand what your screenshots say before posting them to embarrass yourself.

Read to understand and stop being a disgrace to the Yorubas.

Cheers.
Cc: rhektor
No man lived in Iwo Eleru,Mr . Liar.Just own up that you're not coherent with the information on this place. The said fossil was buried there! grin grin grin.

The next arguement is who buried this said fossil primate ? I mock at your ignorance.I came up with a leeway,inwhich I menntioned pottery and I provided information on Iwo Eleru researchers account and you try to twist it ?But here you're as usual wanting to proof a baseless point. Proof 40,000 years existence of fossil man as you claim. Period

You see, someone like me naturally compliment a scholar but for you to proof a false against me , disgrace await you TAO11. Wait and watch cheesy grin grin
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 12:12am On Jun 12
Olu317:
No man lived in Iwo Eleru, Mr. Liar. Just own up that you're not coherent with the information on this place. The said fossil was buried there! grin grin grin.
Really? grin Did you just say no one lived at Iwo-Eleru c.13,000 years ago abi this is a typo ni??

Olu317, you must therefore now explain how & when the Iwo-Eleru skull (dated c13,000y.o.) got to Iwo-Eleru if it was merely BuRiEd there, and yet no one lived at Iwo-Eleru some 13,000 years ago.

Here are your choices/alternatives:

(1) It is the skull of a Hebrew tourist who visited Iwo-Eleru alone in c.13,000; died in Iwo-Eleru in the course of his tour; and “BuRiEd” himself there in Iwo-Eleru as there was ObViOuSLY no other human being living at Iwo-Elewu at the time, and as such there was no one to help with with the paper-work and costs involved in transporting his corpse back home to Hebrewland. grin

(2) It is the skull of an ancient Hebrew man, and this skull was excavated from Hebrewland only a couple of decades ago, only to be re-BuRiEd in Iwo-Eleru about the same time (some decades ago), and then only to be “excavated” from Iwo-Eleru by Shaw et al. in 1965. cheesy

The next arguement is who buried this said fossil primate?
I would assume that it can only be human being(s) who BuRiEd the skull in Iwo-Eleru. grin grin

However, I would like to hear from you (in case you’re willing to explain to us) that it was some Angels from Hebrewland who somehow BuRiEd it there. grin

You claimed that “No man lived in Iwo-Eleru ... The said fossil was BuRiEd there!”

As such, please inform us what exactly you mean by it was buried there.

Moreover, you must be willing to select your option from the two available choices/alternatives as shown again below:

(1) It is the skull of a Hebrew tourist who visited Iwo-Eleru alone in c.13,000; died in Iwo-Eleru in the course of his tour; and “BuRiEd” himself there in Iwo-Eleru as there was ObViOuSLY no other human being living at Iwo-Elewu at the time, and as such there was no one to help with with the paper-work and costs involved in transporting his corpse back home to Hebrewland. grin

(2) It is the skull of an ancient Hebrew man, and this skull was excavated from Hebrewland only a couple of decades ago, only to be re-BuRiEd in Iwo-Eleru about the same time (some decades ago), and then only to be “excavated” from Iwo-Eleru by Shaw et al. in 1965. cheesy


I mock at your ignorance. I came up with a leeway, in which I menntioned pottery and I provided information on Iwo Eleru researchers account and you try to twist it?
This sounds like what you typed while you were undergoing a brain surgery. cheesy

A comment which, as is to be expected, is incoherent as usual. I shake my head at your miserably failed life.

But here you're as usual wanting to proof a baseless point. Proof 40,000 years existence of fossil man as you claim. Period
Wait a second!

Didn’t you say you’ve now understood the difference between skull and tools??

Please explain to me why I have to revisit teaching you that skull is different from tools.

Olu, you are a collossal failure. cheesy

You see, someone like me naturally compliment a scholar but for you to proof a false against me, disgrace await you TAO11. Wait and watch cheesy grin grin
Disgrace awaits me because I disgraced, rubbished, and drowned you?? grin

I laugh at your wasted miserable life. Pray harder, you hear? cheesy

Cc: rhektor

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Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 6:05am On Jun 12
TAO11:
Really? grin Did you just say no one lived at Iwo-Eleru c.13,000 years ago abi this is a typo ni??

Olu317, you must therefore now explain how & when the Iwo-Eleru skull (dated c13,000y.o.) got to Iwo-Eleru if it was merely BuRiEd there, and yet no one lived at Iwo-Eleru some 13,000 years ago.

Here are your choices/alternatives:

(1) It is the skull of a Hebrew tourist who visited Iwo-Eleru alone in c.13,000; died in Iwo-Eleru in the course of his tour; and was “BuRiEd” there in Iwo-Eleru, because there was ObViOuSLY no other human being living at Iwo-Elewu at the time, and as such there was no one to help with with the paper-work and costs involved in transporting his corpse back home to Hebrewland. grin

(2) It is the skull of an ancient Hebrew man, and this skull was excavated from Hebrewland only a couple of decades ago, only to be re-BuRiEd in Iwo-Eleru about the same time (some decades ago), and then only to be “excavated” from Iwo-Eleru by Shaw et al. in 1965. cheesy

I would assume that it can only be human being(s) who BuRiEd the skull in Iwo-Eleru. grin grin

However, I would like to hear from you (in case you’re willing to explain to us) that it was some Angels from Hebrewland who somehow BuRiEd it there. grin

You claimed that “No man lived in Iwo-Eleru ... The said fossil was BuRiEd there!”

As such, please inform us what exactly you mean by it was buried there.

Moreover, you must be willing to select your option from the two available choices/alternatives as shown again below:

(1) It is the skull of a Hebrew tourist who visited Iwo-Eleru alone in c.13,000; died in Iwo-Eleru in the course of his tour; and was “BuRiEd” there in Iwo-Eleru, because there was ObViOuSLY no other human being living at Iwo-Elewu at the time, and as such there was no one to help with with the paper-work and costs involved in transporting his corpse back home to Hebrewland. grin

(2) It is the skull of an ancient Hebrew man, and this skull was excavated from Hebrewland only a couple of decades ago, only to be re-BuRiEd in Iwo-Eleru about the same time (some decades ago), and then only to be “excavated” from Iwo-Eleru by Shaw et al. in 1965. cheesy


This sounds like what you typed while you were undergoing a brain surgery. cheesy

A comment which, as is to be expected is, incoherent as usual. I shake my head at your miserably failed life.

Wait a second!

Didn’t you say you’ve now understood the difference between skull and tools??

Please explain to me why I have to revisit teaching you that skull is different from tools.

Olu, you are a collossal failure. cheesy

Disgrace awaits me because I disgraced, rubbished, and drowned you?? grin

I laugh at your wasted miserable life. Pray harder, you hear? cheesy

Cc: rhektor
Stop lamenting and provide information that validates archeological evidence of fossil human in Iwo Eleru whom you claimed Ocupied this place. And stop personalising issue with me and do the needful by posting evidence as I have done. Below is a screenshot what what were discovered in Iwo Eleru (Cave of Ashes).

Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by Olu317(m): 7:08am On Jun 12
rhektor, the lair liar deal with this , since you crave for my attention:

grin grin lol. You see, this has nothing to do with West Africa purely but semitic origin of Yoruba. But since, you want to know about this, as I have mentioned Christianity and Islam have some beliefs in Yoruba Ifaodu. So, I stand by this view as stated by scholars befor me.

Contrary to your view, O dudu Iwa is a combined lexes with Iwa; part of a name associated with God. There is a calabash in which it's represented with it . Infact in one of the Odu in Ifaodu, Ela(Orunmila) supposedly married Iwa(metaphor) grin grin . Ask me for the chapter later.

Meanwhile, Dodo, Adimula etc are praise name associated with Ooni . So check it in Ooni's Oriki to nail your ignorance grin grin. Since you don't know that Dodo,Daoudu, Dauda Dauda are cognates historically then remained Ignoant. And Iwa, simply mean the unification of Ela and Perfect character of God(nature) grin grin grin grin :As Henry Drawel and Rowland Abiodun put it: ìwa l'ẹwà


Kindly study classic Hebrew and the Arabic name of English translation of David . Infact, from Classic Hebrew, Dodo is another variation of his name and YHWH as Yorubas IWA. Even on Yesua; go verify the meaning of Adimula Orisa Yeṣuà from traditional yoruba worshipper

Meanwhile proof these comparative names as
false: This is the reason I decided to educate both of you accordingly because the contnuum nature of this outstanding language and its peculiarities is yet to be resolved. But you are galivanting over ignorance. So enjoy these slightly different diacritics on Yoruba word while considering the polyphonic nature on them. Examples:

Emúrẹn,=Emúrin :Mosquitoes

Eló= Èló : how much?

Ekùsá=Èkùsẹ :ringworm

Ēgún=Egúngun : masquerade

Ēgun=Egungun: bone,skeleton

Êfí=Êfin : smoke

Ẹsin= Ìsin:religion

Kõkõ=koríko:grass

Iyãlá=Iyánla: grandmother

ìsẹ́= Sísẹ: denial

Ẹ̀Kẹ́wa=ÌKẹwa: tenth

lótitọ́=lõtọ: truely,sincerely

Èkù=Ekun: knife's handle,sword or cutlass

òtítọ́= õtọ́ :truth

otútù= õtù :cold

Eku =Èkúte: mouse,rat

Kôkò=kòríkò:wolf

Oritsẹ́=orishá

Orì=Orí

Are these words not Yoruba's diacritics ?
Re: Any One Here Interested In Discussing Yoruba Deities? by TAO11(f): 1:19pm On Jun 12
Olu317:
Stop lamenting and provide information that validates archeological evidence of fossil human in Iwo Eleru whom you claimed Ocupied this place.

And stop personalising issue with me and do the needful by posting evidence as I have done. Below is a screenshot what what were discovered in Iwo Eleru (Cave of Ashes).
This lad is insanely confused. cheesy

First of all, there is no such thing as “fossil human,” it is called “human fossil” instead, be guided.

Secondly, you seem confused with your request since you yourself had earlier on claimed to be aware of the fact that there was an archaeological excavation quest at Iwo-Eleru which led to the discovery of a human skull.

Get your shit together and stop being m0r0nic as well as confused.

Cheers!
Cc: rhektor

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