Dann Posted September 12, 2021 Share Posted September 12, 2021 (edited) 11 minutes ago, Truthspoon said: No. You're wrong. AGAIN. Shabbat (שַׁבָּת; related to Hebrew verb "cease, rest") is the seventh day of the Jewish week and is the day of rest and abstention from work as commanded by God. the name for planet saturn is sabath. you're confused not me. you should read more religious dogma, you are going to believe in your god blind pfffff. that is not good. so let's see if you are right. i guess i'll have to use wikypedia with you. Shabtai - Wikipedia Shabtai (Sabbatai, Sabbathai, Shabbatai, Shabbethai, etc.) is a Jewish name common in the Middle Ages for boys born on Shabbat, and may refer to: Saturn (known as Shabtai in Hebrew) Israeli scientists crack the mystery of Saturn's day (ynetnews.com) The length of a day for most of the planets in the solar system is clear physical data and well-known to modern science. Until now, however, there was no accurate data on how long it took Saturn (or "Shabtai" in Hebrew) to make a full turn on its axis. so we see in these sources that sabath is derived from the word saturn in hebrew. Edited September 12, 2021 by Dann Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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