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Ancient Hebrew Alphabet

Q13. What are the Ancient Hebrew letters?

AFirst letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of a ox head, meaning "strong"

BSecond letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of the family tent floor plan, meaning "home"

CThird letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of a foot, meaning "walking"

DFourth letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of a curtain door, meaning "swinging" or "door"

EFifth letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of a Person in amazement, meaning "Behold! the Person!"

FSixth letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of a tent peg, meaning "securing"

gSeventh letter of Ancient Hebrew is a picture of rope strands, meaning "twisting"

HAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of tent poles, meaning "outside"

JAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of a shepherd's staff, meaning "authority"

Most scholars say Hebrew has no "J" English letter.

KAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of palms of the hand, meaning "palms pressed"

LAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of active hands or arms, meaning "active hands"

MAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of things that flow, usually water, meaning "flowing"

NAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of moving germ, meaning "across the people"the idea of "sperming the next generation".

OAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of the eye, meaning "looking"

PAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of the mouth, meaning "speaking"

QAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of the sun on the horizon, meaning "beyond the horizon" or "ongoing cycles of events"

RAncient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of a person's head, or structure, meaning "rising head"

S Ancient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of front teeth, meaning "pressing"

T Ancient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of a cross of sticks, meaning "towards the mark"an important sign, or thing to achieve.

U Ancient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of a basket, meaning "covering"basket with good things in mind.

X Ancient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of thorns to corall something, meaning "protecting"or "turning" as thorny prickles do both.

Y Ancient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of person travelling or hunting, meaning "travelling" on a path.

Z Ancient Hebrew pictograph is a picture of ploughing, meaning "ploughing"

To keep pictograph meanings simple we use a single meaning as shown although in Hebrew culture they may have had other variations of meaning as well. We simply do not know, so to make valid the pictograph theory, we present these structured meanings as a published guide to the overall basic meanings of Hebrew words. Most meanings are verbs, showing that Hebrew is a practical language with concrete meanings of action.

Scholars in my own demoninational faith scoff that these 'logograms' as they label them. These "learned men" say such a tool could not work for every Hebrew word. That's true, because Hebrew language has changed from it's nomadic simple origin. Satan would make sure language would be spoiled, after all the Edenic language came from GOD. Such "learned men" probably laugh at my child like simplicity, while their educational scholarship towards over me. Sure languages are complex and never simple, but for those of us who want a child like faith of Scripture, I present a child like method of reading and understanding Ancient Hebrew..There is enough evidence that on the balance of probabilities such a tool is useful. Your welcome to your own faith. If we can't find a child like method for reading Scripture at a grassroot level, then we have delegated reading and understanding Scripture for only scholars, so we children of Scripture just have to trust their human wisdom. Do we continue to read Scripture trusting our translators implicitly? Or should we err on the side of caution and study the matter ourselves, just to keep our translations honest? There is a huge rise in Masonic religions where education of Scripture is clashed against the words of Scripture itself...notice the dozens of modern Bible translations for example... We grassroot people have become confused and some of us give up understanding Scripture.. Jesus and His power available to us...This should NOT be so...Surely there has to be a child like method of reading Scripture properly, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to dig for it's treasures accurately. This tool and child like reading of Scripture is presented to the reader...It has helped me to unravel Scripture meanings of words... I pray it is a useful tool for you as well. Shalom

On the next web page, we show some examples proving the pictograph theory works..

Ancient Hebrew

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