The TORAH, a Beautiful masterpeice to a God and food for a deer ...
TAO = ART TO RA OR THOR,
TAO = OAT TO A HART OR TAHR
TAO = A HAT HORA TO A RAT
Short Translation= Written law, shared by a mouth opening Ah Ha! From a mouth a promise is art to the Gods, food for animals, and something to entertain a rat.
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Dictionary definitions in order of use:
Torah: n. Judaism. 1. The entire body of religious law and learning including both sacred literature and oral tradition. 2. A scroll of parchment containing the first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures, used in a synagogue during services. 3. The first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures. [Hebrew tôrâ, law, instruction.]
tao: the order and wisdom of individual life, and the way that this harmonizes with the universe as a whole, the universal energy that makes and maintains everything that exists, the ultimate reality in which all things are located or happen
os: n., pl. o·ra A mouth or an opening.
ora: n. Plural of os.
oath :1.a. A solemn, formal declaration or promise to fulfill a pledge, often calling on God or a sacred object as witness. b. The words or formula of such a declaration or promise. c. Something declared or promised. 2. An irreverent or blasphemous use of the name of God or something held sacred. 3. An imprecation; a curse.
hora: n. a dance, a traditional dance of Israel and Romania, performed in a circle
Ra (rä) also Re (r³) --n. Mythology. The ancient Egyptian sun god, the supreme deity represented as a man with the head of a hawk crowned with a solar disk and uraeus.
Thor (thôr) n. Mythology. The Norse god of thunder.
hart (härt) n., pl. harts or hart. A male deer, especially a male red deer over five years old.
tahr (tär) n. Any of several goatlike mammals of the genus Hemitragus of mountainous regions of Asia, having curved horns and a shaggy coat.
rat: a mean sneaky deceitful person, especially somebody who betrays friends or confidences, a small long tailed rodent