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The book of Deuteronomy indicates different spelling for the word "Zamzummims", which means giants also. It says that the Ammonites are giants. The passage reads: 20 It was accounted a land of giants: and giants formerly dwelt in it, whom the Ammonites call Zomzommims, 21 A people great and many, and of tall stature, like the Enacims = (Anakims) whom the Lord destroyed before their face: and he made them to dwell in their stead, Deuteronomy 2:20 to 21.
According to muslim scholars, there is the well of Zimzim. mohammedans [moslems = (muslims)] believe that whoever draws a little water out of that well will have his sins pardoned, and he will, after the day of resurrection, have a fresh body, and live for ever. In others, we find that the zymology comes in the form of buildings.
It means the word Zamzam the muslims use and the word "Zamzummims" are related, and may mean the same thing.
ZAMZAM's WELL / ZAMZAM's WATER / well or spring water
"Zamzummims" = (Zomzommims) Zamzam = (Zemzem), Zamzam = (Zumzum), Zamzam = (Zomzom) = Giants
[Note: The word "Anakim" refer to the people of Anak and to "people with long neck" and giants. The word "Anak" in Arabic means "Neck" or tall people with long neck.]
The word Zomzommims is a well's name; in Arabic it spells " Well's Zomzom" in Arabic it pronounces "Bear Zomzom" or "Bear Zamzam" or "Zumzum" in Saudi Arabia. This well is ritual and memorial site for moslems = (muslims). Originally, the word "bear" is from Arabic language, the word "bear" in English means "well". Some people believe that the Egyptian Hagar = (Agar) = (Ager) Abrham's second wife, drank from that well when she was in the wilderness with her son Ishmael. In order to obtain forgiveness, others believe that sinners must wash with Zumzum water for cleansing. Others believe, drawing waters from the well of zumzum gives eternal life.
Giants persecute Jews and Christians, are they authentic evidences in the Torah, or were added later" for more info, refer to page "Ishmael & Isaac"
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Two years after the death of Khadijah, in the twelfth year of his "calling", Muhammad is reported to have gone on a mysterious night journey (Miraj).
The angel Gabriel cut open Muhammad in his sleep, washed him inside with Zimzim water and filled his heart with science and faith. An animal by the name of Buraq, apparently horse-like and white, and with a human face, was provided for a ride from the mosque in Mecca to the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, from where he ascended supposedly on a ladder of light to the heavens.
When he makes a pilgrimage there, he must kiss the black stone in the wall of the shrine. All the kisses that have been imprinted on that stone, by millions and millions of pilgrims, will stand up as witnesses for the benefit of the faithful on the last day of judgment. Then, there is the well of Zimzim. mohammedans [moslems = (muslims)] believe that whoever draws a little water out of that well will have his sins pardoned, and he will, after the day of resurrection, have a fresh body, and live for ever. In others, we find that the zymology comes in the form of buildings.
(2) Those whose place of origin lies within easy reach of the Yazidi religious center Lalish (Pers. La@leś, in present-day Iraq; see DengÍ EzÓdiyan) tend to use the translation "baptism" for the ceremony of mor kirin, which in fact shows similarities to Christian baptism. This ceremony should ideally take place at Lalish, since water from the holy Kaniya SpÓ (White Spring) or the only slightly less holy Zimzim spring (cf. the Islamic Zamzam) must be used. The rite is performed by a man or woman from a shaikh or pir family who is officiating at Lalish as a MijÍwir "custodian" (MicÍwirÍ Kaniya SipÓ) at the time. Essentially, it consists of pouring holy water from either spring on the child's head three times. Ideally, mor kirin should be done when the child is nine or ten years old, but, if this is not possible, it may be done at any stage during a person's life. According to Iraqi Yazidi tradition, the corpses of those who die without mor kirin should be especially washed by their shaikh, pir, or "Brother/Sister of the Hereafter" (Kurd. BirayÍ/Xushka AxiretÍ) or, failing that, by someone else in their name.