The Hebrew language?

The Hebrew language?

The question was asked – Who was the person that
Interpreted the Hebrew language?

You can google yourself – who revived the Hebrew language
About 372,000 results

The process of the Hebrew language revival began on October 13th 1881, as Eliezer Ben-Yehuda and his friends agreed to exclusively speak Hebrew in their conversations. As a result, the language, which had not been spoken as a mother tongue since the second century CE, once again became the national language of Israel.Oct 15, 2010
This week in history: Revival of the Hebrew language ……/Jewish…/This-week-in-history-…The Jerusalem Post

The point they do not tell you is they could have/should have revived the Paleo – Hebrew – what they revived is the Babylonian block-script erroneously called Hebrew that is actually a language taught to the captive Jews instead of the Paleo – Hebrew – Moses, King David and the Torah 12 Tribes knew.

And what is more they (the Jews) brought back many more pollutions than just the way of written language. They brought back names of months not found in or foreign to Torah; Nisan a Babylonian fertility goddess replaced Abib/Aviv. Tammuz is just too obvious – but is routinely over-looked – I mean really?; ‘weeping for Tammuz’? They brought back names for days of the week not found in or foreign to Torah. Lost, Replaced and or synchronized (mixing/blending) definitions of words and phrases. Like Beyn-haArbayim (‘between the evenings’) to actually start at 3pm in the afternoon (???). And many more – including the start of Pharisees that would later become Rabbis – both which had usurped the rightful Torah mandate of the Levitical Priest and became the license for much much more.

There is more to the rest of the story


3 thoughts on “The Hebrew language?

  1. That’s big HalleluYahweh! My feelings as well….our hearts should be set on YAHSHUA and the Ancient conversations in the pure tongue. Blessings, Teddy Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 03:33:15 +0000 To:

  2. Hello Dr Dave,

    We first heard you via internet from a Lighted Way feast (I think it was Sukkot?) it was about the Melchisedek Priesthood – plan A vs plan B – loved it, we finally got a hold of the dvds from that time and went over them carefully with much appreciation for your work. Glad to see M. Nolan speaking it out now too!

    Do you have any posts/docs etc re the timing of Pentecost/Shavuot? We’ve kept it both ways – floating days and now fixed/1st day (morrow after the sabbath). This year was an interesting one to figure the calculation and has once again brought many questions from others, as well as our own. I see where there can be confusion over the Lev. 23:15 “morrow after the sabbath” it /could/ be a weekly /or/ annual sabbath; but how can there be any ambiguity over Lev 23: 16 “Even unto the morrow after the _seventh_ sabbath” ?

    Seven Sabbaths after UL Bread – what other types of Sabbaths are there besides weekly? the next annual Sabbath isn’t till Yom Teruah in the 7th month, 4 months after Shavuot.

    If you have any comments, would be happy to check them out.



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