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iv. The Ancient Hebrew Culture Defined the Ancient Hebrew Pictographs


Part I: The Father's Name Is Best Transcribed into Modern English as Yehweh - Not Yahweh

b. Hiero Ancient Hebrew: Ancient Hebrew Was Pictographic

iv. The Ancient Hebrew Culture Defined the Ancient Hebrew Pictographs

Ancient Hebrew Pictographs Came From Everyday Nomadic Objects

Ancient Hebrew Pictographs Came From Everyday Nomadic Objects

Ancient Hebrew pictographs (picture-letters) were formulated from and named after real-life everyday objects that surrounded the ancient Hebrew nomadic people. Below is a line drawing (by Jane E Lythgoe) of what an ancient Hebrew community may have looked like—called "Ancient Hebrew Land". It includes the 22 letters of the Ancient Hebrew alphabet—and can also be used as a children's colouring-in activity...Continue

The Ancient Hebrew Calendar

Ancient Hebrew Days

Ancient Hebrew Days Began at Sunrise

Ancient Hebrew days began at sunrise, and they still do. Hebrew "evening" does not mean "night". Ancient Hebrew "day" means "working and attaching mightily", ie "producing vigorously". Ancient Hebrew "night" means "no work, no exertion". Night is not part of the ancient Hebrew day. Ancient Hebrew "evening" means "looking primarily home" ie, "heading home". Old English "evening" means "afternoon", NOT "early night". The passover sacrifice was slaughtered within the grandest afternoon—NOT during post-sunset twilight or dusk. Ancient Hebrew meaning of "morning" is "ploughing at sunrise". Morning is only first half of ancient Hebrew day. There are shadows in the evening. The evening comes before the night. There are 12 hours in a day. "Tomorrow" means the "time of mighty sunburn". Daytime (IUM) is more often quoted before nighttime (LILE). Morning (PUQaR) is more often quoted before afternoon (ORaB). Other scriptural proof of sunrise day-start. Nighttime is default rest time. IEUE comes first, so light must come first. The fixed order of day then night is just like our covenant with IEUE. Genesis has been reordered? (!) The danger in latching on from one system to another. Day of Atonement starts at sunrise. Sun worship is no excuse...Continue

The Passover Sacrifice Was Slaughtered within the Grandest Afternoon - not During Twilight or Dusk

IEUE told the people of ISHaRaAL through MaSHE (Moses) to sacrifice a lamb or goat within the grandest afternoon (after noon and before sunset)—not during post-sunset twilight or dusk; "The congregation of ISHaRaAL shall kill it 'BIN E ORaBIM'". BIN E ORaBIM (bein ha'arabayim) means "within the grandest afternoon"—not "between the evenings". BIN means within. E Means the. ORaBIM means grandest afternoon. ORaBIM is a plural of quality not number. The ancient Hebrews Had two kinds of plural: of number and quality. The afternoon of 14th Day of the Month of ABIB is the grandest! The final redemptive Lamb IEUESHUO died at the ninth hour (03:00 pm)—within the grandest afternoonnot at twilight or dusk! Post-Sunset twilight is the time between sunset and dusk—it is not in the afternoon. Dusk is the moment twilight ends and the darkness of the night-time starts—it is not in the afternoon either. Judaistic Jews reject IEUESHUO as their MaSHICH and His afternoon death: their common interpretation of BIN E ORaBIM cannot be trusted...Continue

The Ancient Hebrew Day of Atonement (IUM CHaPaRIM [aka Yom Kippur]) Started at SUNRISE

IUM CHaPaRIM [eeh-oom chapareem] (the Ancient Hebrew Day of Atonement—incorrectly known as Yom Kippur) started at sunrise of the tenth period of light in the seventh month. This annual High SHaBaT (rest day) lasted for 12 hours, as all other annual high and weekly SHaBaTs do. Leviticus 23:32 does not teach a sunset day-start. This verse contradicts a plethora of other verses and ancient definitions of Hebrew words. It is highly likely that this verse has been doctored. It was the High SHaBaT preparation and regular daily fasting that started in the afternoon (not sunset) on the ninth day—not the actual High SHaBaT itself....Continue

Ancient Hebrew Months

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Ancient Hebrew Years

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Other Aspects of the Ancient Hebrew Calendar

Ancient Hebrew Birthdays - Why Most Modern Celebrations are Bad

Birthday celebrations are not scripTURal. Birthday celebrations, including special meals, presents and blessings, are a "set aside time" that is kept in devotion to the worship of self. Worshipping self is a form of idolatry. We are only commanded to keep the set-apart times of IEUE. These are listed in UIQaRA (Leviticus) 23. Presents were only given to IEUESHUO because He is a King. All birthday accounts in scripTURE are negative. Birthday celebration customs are steeped in paganism...Continue

Ancient Hebrew Clothing

Ancient Hebrew Tsitsit - by Jane E Lythgoe (The Book) [In Progress]

Ancient Hebrew tsitsit was fringing put upon the four hems of a tunic or cloak—not four enlarged tassels put upon the corners of a rectangular garment (tallit). An indigo-coloured band was placed upon the fringing—a blue thread was not put in the tassels.The book Ancient Hebrew Tsitsit by Jane E. Lythgoe [in progress] provides a large amount of scriptural, historical, archaeological, linguistic and cultural evidence for this—via a commentary on Numbers 15:38 from an ancient Hebrew perspective....Continue

Ancient Hebrew: Hair, Head-Coverings and the Chain of Command

IEUE's men should have short hair (unless they are NaZIRIM [Nazarites]), and pray and prophesy with their heads uncovered. IEUE's women (NaZaRIM and non-NaZIRIM) should have long hair and pray and prophesy with their heads covered. These are all spiritual symbols of the chain of command that IEUE has established under ideal conditions on Earth—that is, except for the hair of both male and female NaZIRIM which represents set-apartness to IEUE (as an unpruned vine [also called a NaZIR] does in the SHaBaTical year, laid out by IEUE through MaSHE [Moses] in UIQaRA [Leviticus] 25:1—7), and overrides the hair being a symbol of the chain of authority. Being holy always comes before being in authority...Continue

The Ancient Hebrew Priestly Turban had a Hole in the Top

The turban that the AERaNic (Aaronic) priests wore had a hole in the top. It was like a headband. It was made of a piece of linen wrapped around the head in a circular fashion. It did not cover the top of the head. It was hollow and shaped like a ring or doughnut. It allowed the top of the head to show, just like a king’s crown, a Greco-Roman wreath or headband, a monk’s hairstyle, a Christian halo, some Catholic mitres, some Muslim turbans and a Muslim headband. It was mainly for the protection of the golden engraved plate or insignia, and helped beautifully display the jurisdiction and role of the priest. Authoritative men in ancient ISHaRaAL did not cover the top part of their heads to exercise their power. The top of a man’s head is the highest part of a man and it denotes his glory. It is the scepter for his power, and the throne (office) for his final authority. It should thus be left uncovered when a man is exerting authority, especially in prayer and when prophesying...Continue

Hebrew SHAUL - The Legitimate Brother

SHAUL (aka Paul or Saul) was a legitimate brother loved by the taught ones (disciples/apostles). Some say that he is false brother, but this is only because the wise and unlearned have twisted his words. Peter even stated that is what people were doing even when they were both alive. The remnant can see that without the work of SHAUL many grey areas of scripTURE would not be as clear as they are today...Continue

Other Aspects of the Ancient Hebrew Culture

Ancient Tongues - The Truth About Tongues Today

Modern day tongues are fake. IEUE's remnant do not speak babble-de-gook. They are careful with their words. This is why they want to know their Creator's Name so much. Here is a collection of articles that help prove this.



Part I: The Father's Name Is Best Transcribed into Modern English as Yehweh - Not Yahweh

a. Euro Ancient Hebrew: Ancient Hebrew Was More Like English and Greek - than Jewish Hebrew, Syriac Aramaic and Arabic

i. The English and Greek Alphabets Are Semitic-Israelite Alphabets

ii. The Jews Are Not the Only Israelites - the Lost Tribes Settled in the West

iii. The English Alphabet Is the Most Similar to the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet

iv. English and Greek Are the Most Alive Semitic Languages Today

b. Hiero Ancient Hebrew: Ancient Hebrew Was Pictographic

i. There Are 22 Picture-Letters (Pictographs) in the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet

ii. The Ancient Hebrew Alphabet Was the First Alphabet On Earth

iii. Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions Have Been Found In - But Aren't From - Egypt

iv. The Ancient Hebrew Culture Defined the Ancient Hebrew Pictographs

v. All Hebrew Words Have Meanings Derived from their Pictographs

vi. The Pictographic Meaning of the Father's Name Is "He Secures-Breathing"

vii. Speaking Ancient Hebrew Is Easy - Compared to Modern Jewish Hebrew

c. Early Theologians' Use: Early Theologians Who Used the Name Yehweh

d. Late Theologians' Use: Modern Theologians Using the Name Yehweh

e. Anti-Yehweh Conspiracies: Conspiracies Against the Name Yehweh


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