posted on Feb, 16 2003 @ 06:58 AM
Ancient alphabet found in Australia, Israel, Colorado and Yemen.
You are now in what was formally a private archive devoted to an amazing discovery concerning the similarities of ancient petroglyphs (carved stone
images) from many different and distant parts of the planet.
The alphabet has been given the name "old Negev," after the location of the alphabet's initial discovery in the Sinai (See James Harris, Ph.D.,
Brigham Young University). In Australia it has been known by the name "Panaramitee Art," while in the Americas it has been misrepresented as Native
American Indian sign language (See LaVan Martineau, The Rocks Speak). The alphabet has most recently surfaced in Yemen, where it was carved in a font
style associated with the Sabatean Empire under the Queen of Sheba. The alphabet is now understood to be proto-Himyaritic, or Sabaean, and translated
using a proto-Canaanite dialect.