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Ugarit is similar to Hebrew

Where does Ancient Hebrew come from?

Jeff Benner shows that Ugarit, (showing the first 5 letters left to right as A,B,C,D,E) is a sort of cuniform script, related to Ancient Hebrew.    

The "B" in Ugarit is similar to Hebrew's second letter "B", cuniform pressed sideways.                    

The "D" in Ugarit is similar to Hebrew's 4th letter "D", when pressed upside down.                                        

The "E" in Ugarit is similar to Hebrew's 5th letter "E", when pressed sideways.

When Adam and Eve were first given the Edenic Semitic language, other languages arose from this language after the Tower of Babel experience. What proves Ancient Hebrew to be an Edenic like semitic language as the Mother of all languages, is the way other languages have similar phonetic sounds to Ancient Hebrew, while having different ways of spelling those sounds.

Here Jeff Benner shows on his Ancient Hebrew Research Center website, a picture from Serabit El-Khadim discovered by Petrie. The letter at the top is 'aleph' and below that is the letter 'beyt' spelling the Semitic word 'ab' meaning 'father.'

This is a good example of the first two Ancient Hebrew letters, "AB" as a word for "father".

While research into Ancient Hebrew is progressive we can be certain of the pictograph letters because they are preserved in modern Hebrew in our Scriptures. Although some pictographs scripts may have been lost or confused during copying of Hebrew by copyists or by translators. Shalom

The next webpage will show you all the letters in Ancient Hebrew are surprisingly similar to English letters BUT the webpage takes a while to download (500Kb).

Ancient Hebrew

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