posted on Jan, 3 2011 @ 07:22 PM
Heres an example of similarities between hebrew and japanese.
It is actually quite startling enough that books have been written on it. More often than not, Japanese reverses Hebrew words.
Examples. Samurai means 'empty handed' kara means 'empty' and tay means 'hand'
In Hebrew, "reik" means empty and "Yad" means hand. turn it around, "Kier" "day". The d and the T sound are often interchangable. And so you
can see that the consonants are practically the same.
Another more straight forward example. Samurai were the royal guards. Shomer in Hebrew means 'royal guard''.