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The group discovered that each letter is not a letter at all, but a full word, and what was believed to be a word, is actually a sentence like description, which supplies the definition of the word. With this discovery, each word can now be properly defined and the results are astounding.
In 1604 of January James had called the Hampton Court Conference so he could hear things and learn from what was going on and he even pretended to be amiss in church. Dr. John Reynolds which was a Puritan had requested that King James should get to do new translation of the Holy Bible because the translations that were done by Henry the VIII and Edward the VI were corrupt and needed to be redone to be made right. The request was granted and the King was so over joyed by this and in July of 1604 he had assigned 54 men to his translation committee. These men were the best not only in the kingdom but in the entire world at being scholars and linguists. Much of the work from these men that was done on the Bible has formed most of our basis for our linguistic today. One of these men by the name of Dr.Lancelot Andrews had mastered more then 15 different languages. By the time this man was only 6 years of age he had read the entire Bible in Hebrew. No one had ever seen such work or knowledge before nor afterwards. Every language that was needed was knew by these men. How The Bible Came Together These men did not only know the languages of Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek biblical languages but they also knew and was very fluent in the related languages that would shed light on them such as Arabic, Persian, Coptic, Syriac, Latin, Chaldee, Spanish, French, Italian, and Dutch. In 1611 they had finished what they had started and still today is the best selling book of all time and most people takes the King James Version of the Bible to be the final word of our Lord God.
Originally posted by keldas
Researches from Canada claim that the Bible has been grossly mistranslated in the past -
Originally posted by GunzCoty
Ok so help me out here.
So what they did was take each letters meaning from a word and thats what you see?
Is it not the same as taking a Pharaohs name (one word) and translating each glyph?
You could rewrite Egypt's history that way could you not? But when you put glyphs into a cretin pattern it changes everything so that 7 glyphs (7 words) now become one word.
Am i missing something? Is this not the same?
The hebrew language, was originally believed to have been a combination of other older languages, which evolved
into the hebrew dialect.
The breakthrough in our understanding began with the concept that rather than an evolved language, it might be
exactly as it described itself, the language of God.
It was with this premise in mind, that the chronicle research team approached the language, for several reasons.
1. If hebrew was a mix of older languages around it, then the first five books of Moses, the Torah (as most believe)
are a mere compilation of older legends, collected and handed down through the generations. If so, then as a holy
writing, they hold no more validity then any other legend. Why? Because they contradict the story of their own
creation, which states that they were given to us by God at Mount Horeb.
2. If, Hebrew was as described in the opening statement, given of God, then the rules from other man made
languages, used to interpret the hebrew language, were not applicable. Their use would cause wide spread error in
And so the question was posed;
If this truly is the language of higher beings, given to man, should it not show evidence of this?
With this in mind, the team began searching for unified rules, set patterns that would occur in such a language.
The first breakthrough came from Kim, examining the hebrew word to tear up (#5420 in the Strong's Dictionary)
She noticed that the following words in the list, held the same concept of "to tear", but the direction changed when
the third letter changed. So by this, it became apparent that the first two letters carried the main concept of the idea,
and the next letter gave description to the concept. As follows:
The team then began to check other words, and found a this same common pattern.
With this in mind, a two word list of what the team believed were the root words, was assembled, to see if a
common pattern for the added letters could be found.
After eighteen month and multiple attempts, a successful list of the 22 letters and their affect on the root words were
It was at this time considered that the two letter root words were not words at all, but that each letter was its own
This was the quantum leap that we had been looking for.
Each letter of the hebrew language, was not a letter after all, but rather a symbol for a word, just as the Egyptians
have (see hebrew glyph table) But, with a stunning difference. The complete language was formed using only 22
glyphs, which by simple combination, could create any idea that one wished to convey.
Interestingly, the first compilation of the work, was completed on the first day of purim 2009
With the list of the 22 glyphs, the team was now able to approach the Book of Genesis, to read what was actually
there for the first time in over 1500 years.
And the first word which as long as any one can remember has read..."In the beginning", became;
To amid - [to perceive - to project] (to envision) - to manifest - to continue...
To envision and then make it manifest, to continue...or
The action of taking something from the mind, written down in continuing order