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Q14. Prove Ancient Hebrew pictograph works

There are over many thousand words in Hebrew, and tens of thousands of pictograph combinations, so the validity of this theory rests on the balance of probability, that if the pictograph theory works for a number of words, it must have been valid for the Ancient Hebrew people. What we see in general terms, is a corruption and invasion of other languages into Hebrew such as adopted roots, so the purity of the language would have decayed over time. This does not invalidate the theory that root meanings and child roots existed in Ancient Hebrew, its just that over time the language would have lost some of it's purity and structure as originally planned by GOD and given to Adam in Eden.

Consider the following examples:

LB
BL
  • "heart"
  • "nothing"
  • "Authority at home"

    Ps 51:10 Create in me a clean heart..

    "Home authority (that comes to nothing)"

    Pr 9:13 A foolish woman ..knows nothing.

    AB
    BA
  • "father"
  • "empty void to fill"
  • "The strong one at home"

    1Sa 18:2 ..let him go ..

  • to his father's house.
  • "The home strongs"

    Ps 5:7 ..I will come into thy house..

    The example for "BA", is a related root "BWA" "to come and fill a void".

    AL
    LA
  • "Strong authority"
  • (God)
  • "nothing"
  • "The strong authority"     

    Ps 80:10 The .. strong authority of cedars.

    "The authority strongs"

    Job 24:25 And ..make my speech nothing..

    Now at this point, just to show scholars that Ancient Hebrew picture graph theory works, the examples get more and more involved. Most readers do not read Hebrew, and probably do not care to anyway. The best proof Ancient Hebrew pictograph meanings help us understand the original basic meaning of Hebrew, is to wander through Spiritual Springs, and see how each Hebrew word is used and presented. In short, Ancient Hebrew pictograph theory works to help establish meanings of a word.

    See a more simple presentation, proving Ancient Hebrew pictographs.

    Many people do not understand that Ancient Chinese people were the largest group of people worshipping YHWH for over 2000 years, because the Chinese writings document such Christian faith in the pictographs of their writing.This is fantaskic evidence, proving that Ancient Hebrew also has pictographs showing faith in the letters of the words themselves.The Ancient Chinese people called YHWH "Shang Di".

    To watch a video on a Chinese Pastor explaining Chinese Pictograph theory, please Click here

    Some word pictographs he presents:-

    In this example, greed is shown as the two trees in the Garden of Eden, and Eve, a woman; making a choice of "greed".

    In Hebrew, Eve "desired" the fru it, which is similar to "greed". It reads "The outside flows through the door (of your mind)"

    In this example, guilt is shown as the heart full of the devil. The image on the right is Ancient Hebrew pictograph which shows the "twisting secure". While both have differences in pictographs, both do explain "guilt" as a spiritual concept.

    In this example, faith is shown as a man confessing with his mouth. In the Ancient Hebrew pictograph, faith is shown as "The strong flow secure across the nations by the Man. Behold the Person!"In this example, both Ancient Chinese and Ancient Hebrew Pictographs show similar things. In the Ancient Hebrew we have a "Man", and in Ancient Chinese we have a "man". In Ancient Chinese, the man confesses with his mouth. In Ancient Hebrew, the man speaks a "strong flow".

    These examples of Ancient Chinese Pictographs show us Ancient Hebrew Pictographs also work along spiritual lines.Therefore the pictograph theory works and helps us understand the meaning of words in God's Holy Writings. Shalom

    Here is an example of many people who may want to disagree. The Author shows the negative comments of Kanji, who writes pictographs for tree, but also suggests other meanings such as men,thus the Chinese word for "greed", is a "woman wanting two men". His worldview is different from the Chinese Pastor, now following Jesus.Richard Sears, whom Kanji says we should follow, tells us he is wanting to learn why the thousands of pictographs are the way they are, while Chinese people themselves do not know why. They have learned Chinese by rote learning.

    The Chinese Pastor, now following Jesus, with a different world view, looks at the same facts and sees the word "greed" may have come from a "woman at the two trees in the Garden of Eden".

    The Author shows this to readers, because many with different world views look at the same facts differently.Thus even scholars within my own Church Assembly mock the Ancient Hebrew Pictograph theory of faith.

    To any readers out there wanting to follow Jesus and His teachings correctly, be careful in how you read Scripture and investigate the truth of Jesus.

    What do you do with things you cannot understand, or find hard to figure out?

    2Pe 3:16 As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as they do also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction.(KJV)

  • Ps 131:1 ... neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things too high for me.
  • Heb 5:13 For every one that useth milk is unskilful in the word of righteousness: for he is a babe.
  • 14 But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age,
  • Joh 4:11 The woman saith unto him, Sir, thou hast nothing to draw with, and the well is deep:...

    If you want to know, ask the Holy Spirit to tutor you, otherwise leave the difficult things alone. Read the simple things first.

    It is not necessary to know all things to have a relationship with GOD. A baby seed begins by unravelling the DNA torah instructions within, and reading a little every day, from the trillions of words within.

    Now consider these examples, written mainly to convince scholars that the Ancient Hebrew Pictograph Theory has merit.

    If you find these presentations too deep, try a simpler pictograph presentation.

    Pr 23:27 For a whore "zanah" is a deep ditch ;

  • and a strange woman is a narrow pit .

    zanah "whore"shuwchah "ditch"

    nokriy "stranger"a'er "pit" or "well"

    Notice the whore "ploughing across the people, Behold the Person!" aptly describes the person who has little regard for marriage and sex. The ditch is a good description: "The pressing secure outside. Behold the Person!" This is also an image of sexual activities in the gutter, the 'pressing secure outside' of two persons in a ditch..

    Contrast this in the next part of this poetry parallel of this proverb: The stranger is "Across the people palms pressed the head is active" Placing this with "tsar" "The traveling head" ; we have a picture of a person wandering over the land, walking on a staff or walking stick. The pit is "the palms pressed strong head".

    What is the difference between a ditch and a pit? Part of the problem with reading pictographs is why the nomadic Hebrew culture chose the pictograph images in their words. This takes careful time and study of verses of context, often with cultural bias and subjectivity on part of the scientist. (How is this any different from evolutionist scientists describing data in geological deposit without bias?) So a principle of good scientific research is to keep subjectivity to a minium, thus avoiding personal bias.

    Jer 18:20 " .. for they have digged a ditch for my soul."

    Ge 21:30 ... that I have digged this well.

    The "palms pressed strong head" could refer to the rising head of springs from a well, or the rock one must move with palms over the well before removing water. Using this picture, a stranger could be a "person across the people who is actively pressing his business over other heads"

    Joining these two pictures as two pictures saying similes of the same thing, we could say...a whore is a "person who presses herself outside on other people", is a simile of a "stranger who travels across the people with palms pressed strongly over their heads". In other words "palms pressed strongly over their heads" means "seductive".

    One can see why scholars scoff at the concept of pictograph theory making any real helpful sense of word meanings. Like any subjective science, that poses to be somewhat objective; it is only a guiding tool to help with meaning.

    On the next web page we look at more word meanings..

    Ancient Hebrew

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