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Published on Jan 28, 2017
New Video: Hebrew Phonology - 1 hour video Reversing the confusion of the twiddlydiddles from the Hebrew tongue, the original inspired Hebrew script has the power within itself to straighten and return us to the clean lip. You have to remove the Twiddlydiddles, and the letter-sounds from outside languages that were brought into the Hebrew. Hebrew Phonology discusses how Hebrew words were effected by foreign languages due to the scattering of the tribes. The authentic Hebrew script fell into disuse during the captivity in Babel, and the Aramaic script became adopted as the people had been exposed to it for many decades. Over about 500 years (from 7th-12th centuries), a Karaite sect at Babel imposed special vowel marks (niqqud) to suggest a reader to pronounce Hebrew words in a specific way. The Name of the Creator, used at least 6,823 times in the TaNaK, was marked in a way that cued the reader to pronounce an entirely different word: ADONAI. They admit this is so. These influences and many more recent mutilations (such as the letter sounds J, V, & W) are discussed.