Yehweh Not Yahweh

The Most Accurate Pronunciation Using the Original Hebrew

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

Contents

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

b. Hiero Ancient Hebrew: Ancient Hebrew Was Pictographic

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


Most Ancient Hebrew Inscriptions Have Been Found In Sinai, Egypt

Most Ancient Hebrew inscriptions have been found in Egypt. This is because the ISHaRaALite (Israelite) slaves graffitied the mines in which they worked. These mines happened to be ideal for the preservation of rock inscriptions - dry and dark. Here is one particular location that has yielded many inscriptions.

Serabit el-Khadim, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt

(4:09) This is a History Channel excerpt from the programme The Naked Archaeologist. It shows an Ancient Hebrew inscription that is about 3500 years old. It is situated in an old slave mine called Serabit el-Khadim in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.

The presenter Simcha Jacobovici says that the alphabet of this inscription is the basis for the Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin, English and Arabic alphabets.

The inscription reads, "AL - Save Me", and not "El - Save Me" as he erroneously points out. An aleph was said as an "A" or "ah" sound, just like it does in English, Greek and Arabic today - it is not a silent letter.

For more Ancient Hebrew inscriptions see the Virtual Museum of Early Hebrew by the Ancient Hebrew Research Center.


Ancient Hebrew Pictographs Are Not Egyptian


Ancient Hebrew is not Egyptian, even though it has been found in Egypt. The Ancient Egyptians mainly adopted Ancient Hebrew picture-letters after IEUXaP (Joseph) introduced it to them. Then they were inspired by it to create their own plethora of pictographs. Before then the Egyptians had no hieroglyphs of their own.

Just because a language uses hieroglyphs it does not mean than language is Egyptian. There are many other hieroglyphic alphabets apart from Ancient Egyptian. For example Cretan (from the Island of Crete in the Mediterranean), Anatolian, Mayan, Olmec, and Míkmaq - all of which were inspired by the Ancient Hebrew alphabet.


Contents

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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