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Gaelic, English, Sumerian, “Hebrew”, Korean similiarities

 

 

 

 

 

 

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슈메르어[Sumerian]

한국어 [Korean]

슈메르어 [Sumerian]

한국어 [Korean]

안울(Annul)[최고 ]

한울  (하늘의 고대어) [hanul, sky, heaven]

Bad  [ ]

(Bat) [, ] [farmland]

(An) []

 (han) [ ] [sky]

Na [ 1인칭]

Na [ ,  ] [me]

기르(Gir)

(Gil) [] [road]

Ge  [3인칭 ]

Ge [ 3인칭 ] [he]

(Ra) [~ 에서 ]

(Ro) [ 조사 ] [from, whereas]

  [1 인칭 ]

[지시대명사] [ee, this is]

아비 Abi [ 아버지 ]

아비 (Bo, Abi) [ ] [Father]

Uhma 움마[엄마 ]

엄마 Uhma [엄마 ] [mother]

 Nim [ ]

(Nim) [ 사람 ] [honorific]

 

 

 

 

 

수메르어 영문의미 한국어
sil 2 cut into, divide 썰- (썰다)

gum, gun to cut 끊- (끊다)

sal [?] s>k smooth 살~(살살,살며시)

ni smell 내 (단내, 비린내)

sug~in rotten 썩~(썩은,썩다)

gir , g~ili road 길

arali dead 아라리?

s
̌id count 세-다

diri alone 따로

Diri-diri exclusive 따로따로

abba b>p Old man /father 아빠

umun Pool, swamp 우물

bàra Soak,cloud to pass over 바람, 바라..

sar Write 쓰-다.

hur h>s Scrach,incice 헐다

dal Foot race 달림,달음질

 

 

수메르어 영문의미 한국어
sil 2 cut into, divide 썰- (썰다) [Korean = solda, Sumerian = sil, English = saw]

gum, gun to cut 끊- (끊다) [Korean = gunda, Sumerian = gum, English = cut]

sal [?] s>k smooth 살~(살살,살며시) [Korean = sal, Sumerian = sal, English = smooth]

ni smell 내 (단내, 비린내) [Korean = ne, Sumerian = ni, English = smell]

sug~in rotten 썩~(썩은,썩다) [Korean = sugta, Sumerian = sug, English = rotten]

gir , g~ili road 길 [Korean = gil, Sumerian = gil, English = road]

arali dead 아라리? [Korean = a ra li, Sumerian = a ra li, English = dead]


 

šid count 세-다  [Korean = seada, Sumerian = sid, English = count]

diri alone 따로 [Korean = da ro, Sumerian = di ri, English = alone]

Diri-diri exclusive 따로따로 [Korean = da ro da ro, Sumerian = di ri di ri, English = exclusive]

abba b>p Old man /father 아빠 [Korean = abba, Sumerian = abba, English = father]

umun Pool, swamp 우물 [Korean = umur, Sumerian = umur, English = swamp]

bàra Soak,cloud to pass over 바람, 바라.. [Korean = baram, Sumerian = bara, English = windy]

sar Write 쓰-다. [Korean = seu rda, Sumerian = sar, English = write]

hur h>s Scrach,incice 헐다 [Korean = hulda, Sumerian = hur, English = demolish]

dal Foot race 달림,달음질 [Korean = da li gi, Sumerian = dal, English = running]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Western civilization rational opposite sex of the grease and pu li becomes accomplished with two water courses which are sensitivity shoes Ang. These two water courses the ancient times possibility maul lu meet from civilization. Around 2000 before era the shoe maul lu the civilization splits with two forks and it rolls up it is a thing. (phen Week: Namely Hellenism and pu li (State of Israel) shoes Ang to split and the possibility maul lu from it is to go out. The civilization of the namely cranium all possibility maul lu from to be started.) The grease it raises and phwu su shoes intention to fight circular two mauls lu ' til as it this of the personal property which bites ' doing is not a margin of suspicion, pu li Is and the spirit miscarriage like that the possibility maul lu to follow in steps the thing. - Possibility maul lu with Korea - It was like that and the possibility maul lu it was and from where it came as expected? This two mauls lu it is a subject of problem. There is a beginning which is the possibility of knowing their origins. It is the letter which them leave. The channel whose which two languages are same the ramyon The feature of language does first same, The grammatical structure does same, The language which is similar specially the investigation (word which counts possibility) does same. What it says that we language of India and Europe are same, English and German language, France U, India syan su khu li thu is because U is same from all this three branch point. Of course possibility maul lu is not the exception even from comparison of U and. At thought height it is perfect almost from this three branch point and isn't the same language our Korean languages. First the possibility maul lu the place where U is agglutination language Our language which is an agglutination language it gives and or the neck it means the language which,, "the back sticks few afterwords". ' It is an actual condition which Ural egg tie language ' is common. But China and India U once is not the agglutination language. It is like that and the possibility maul lu U and is to the feature and. In afterwords there is to a grammatical structure and the possibility maul lu U gives and "+ necks to be few + freezing to death" it is. English with Chinese it is different or and with our language it is a same structure. There is to investigation () last and to the place where it does same the investigation of ancient times our language is remaining. The writer the possibility maul lu is it compares the investigation and our ancient times investigation, Recent times pu li from the college the possibility maul lu it receives a doctorate with U and it goes round, Professor all trillion evacuations Deepening it researches more and there is it announces. From here try to listen to one branch example. The possibility maul lu U initially the place 1 "Oh su (as)" as () It agrees with it of the Korean language. "To know a laundry initially and as laundry" to do and it is "as death from hunger" to do morning It does and the Asis which means the morning when it floats is originated from here. (phen Week: "Oh" [ morning ], from [ child ] is visible means [ rising, to do, ]. The culmination good intention Korean alphabet name does and ' death from hunger month ' namely the ground which floats.) The possibility maul lu the fact that it provides the beginning of origin "endurance thu" is other than language. ' Endurance thu ' it is an artificial tower which it piles up with the brick. Of course bloom to be an origin of Mis, the changeover of Old Testament tower of Babel is different and it is not and ' endurance thu ' it is. ... Luckily the archeologists now Republic of Turkey and Inner Mongolia (north China) until the area The possibility maul lu with searches the same ruins and it is the actual condition which it is putting out. Before era around 3500 the area where a as expected that it has brilliant high-class civilization as expected U tin? That only possibility maul lu with Korea grave chapter systems, pure market systems and 60 position laws, There is to a point back which makes a highest map volition symbol with the Chinese phoenix In the future the beginning of history characteristic of the ancient times Korean civilization and is coming to leave many times in the object of research. With Kim as a matter of one journalist (one shoes large philosophy and professor while holding office) - it will come this news [ 2003/04/14 ] .............................. .............................. ............................................................ ....... Is visible from the next picture this initial possibility maul lu the letter with ancient times Chinese writing is similar.

 

(The people who made an original Chinese writing are Dong Yi In (Korean race). Territory of delivery civilization only is A temper letters which are older the Huanghe basin than from week (primitive Chinese character) this it is discovered.) The mythical communication reported only the attention ancient times Korean pyramid rightly good season (Only it sees in up link and week west (the inside Mongol) from intention to fight Chinese characters above 5 millenniums (rice America (Mi) to sleep) it was discovered there is an article.) Is like this the civilization is similar with each other Aren't the people whom it does not know well the possibility maul lu the thing where the civilization comes in toward East Asia are also people misunderstand. The possibility maul lu excavated a civilization already long before "sya nothing El khu Rae me" the back "It saw with the skull back and it was East Asia and it admitted, the what kind of people of the dark hair It equips a civilization and appears suddenly and civilization two mauls which it builds lu it is a civilization." It did in spite of. Original the people who are not appeared suddenly in the surroundings and they lived, it does, khu Rae me "island" this of the human race it writes the expression which it does. The possibility maul lu civilization (Mesopotamia civilization)"by the spirit of Hong Ig human being" from degree civilization anger it entrusts the world with the oneth person thing in one wild middle which it makes. To the lower part writing the possibility maul lu is and the features which reapects the rose of Sharon flower charge. - phen - Possibility maul lu -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The housing complexes the green onion it entered and it saw and the archeologists all of a sudden surprised and. When it sees now in the world history book and the reed Oh right lu the possibility maul of the area lu it comes out with initial civilization of mankind civilization that it is a civilization. Is initial civilization in spite of building one many to begin the building which is hundreds rooms, It accomplished the magnificent residential area and lived the fact was proven. More startling thing Already the sewerage facility at is perfect was perfected is fact that time. To be like this it made the waterworks and the sewerage. phu Is not the stick or the metal pipe, the bedspread, It roasts the ceramic ware and upper sewerage facility it is one thing. The still the monkey are not similar existence and to have the civilization which advances at altitude and to live they are. The possibility maul lu confronts to a civilization and me under the discovery public opinion which is startling most the possibility maul lu it is a discovery of letter. With it sees the bedspread where the together like this numerous clay petal is discovered, The word order (Soon - order end) is not this West or Middle East person end, The Korean language and first is similar the fact came to reveal. The sentence gives, + necks few + freezing to death pure and the bedspread, "" --, "" -- attaches toe hour of the backs and it composes an end, "" "Field, pat" as this "" "route as route" this, The father "Oh" it does from the house, when talking to south, "the father" it does, It will raise a high minute and when calling, "" after name, cut and paste. "Oh it will evacuate" "a sky and" as this it will do and "" a sky and and the end which raises a sky namely "Oh it will evacuate", "Oh as troublesome" this it does or. Quite plentifully there is a such end. Also the startling thing the flower where the people who live in this region reapect valuably "Rose of Sharon" namely, "Sharon's rose" is. Also the nickname of Jesus is "Sharon's rose". It comes out to less than hymn 89 chapter? Scientific name of this flower the rain su khwu su Syria khwu su (Hybiscus syriacus) Deyo which is, It rightly is identical with the scientific name of the rose of Sharon flower. The possibility maul lu was and "the ground which had become civilization anger (civilized land)" as this it called the country of the themselves. The possibility them doing like that the fact that it is at that time the line the possibility maul lu top is because is a civilization which advances (from the surroundings). The possibility maul lu also the sewerage facility at it illustrates was equipping and also the tree vigour toilet used on top of that. Also the Egypt civilization goes across the possibility maul lu from, Also Babylon and grease civilization learned and the possibility maul lu from they went... ... Possibility maul lu humanity and justice proverb one introduction. "It walks with a truth together and always it sleeps who will get a life." [ The dream becomes accomplished ] [ It is future when it dawns

 

 

 

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Great points, Pastor Eli, and thanks for forwarding that illuminating article.

I see you, and raise you one );

Since my Dad was a US Army Officer and we learned a little bit about a lot of languages, the points you raise have always been in the back of my mind.  All of these direct observations proved  that the notion that any language was derived from Latin was pure hogwash.  F'rinstance, when we moved from Germany to Korea and discovered the  amazing similarity between these two remote languages, we knew for certain that this could not be explained by any association with Latin.

On top of that, a whole host of key Korean,
Sumerian, and Gaelic words are identical, making me really  suspicious of the claim that the Israelites ever spoke "hebrew".  My bet is that the Greek Septuagint was translated directly from Gaelic [or Sumerian], and that the jews [and kikeaholics ad popes and kings] just manufactured "Hebrew" from whole cloth to give the illusion that "Israel" [and not Europe or the British Isles] was the center of the universe.

Michael Tsarion filled in all the blank spots when he stated that, contrary to what our "historians" teach about civilization moving from east to west, that the real archeological evidence shows that it actually moved from west to east.

That makes sense.  The predominance of "hebrew" and "latin" make no sense at all [especially since Ogam writings are found EVERYWHERE, and "hebrew" and "latin" are almost nowhere].

http://fathersmanifesto.net/tsarion.htm





Eli James wrote:

Friends of Christian Israel:   It has been apparent to me that the modern European languages were and are heavily influenced by the Hebrew language.   When I first stated this proposition in a 2003 radio interview with Pastor Dan Johns, I immediately received hate mail from certain linguists, both Judeo-Christian and secular, who claimed that such an idea is outside the realm of possibility, since "everyone knows that Hebrew is NOT an Indo-European language."

 

On the contrary, I knew that the modern theories of the linguistic departments of academia are divorced from reality.  They entertain the highly suspect notion that "language evolves" in a kind of evolutionary progression, irrespective of the people who take their language with them.  (This kind of thinking goes along with the false Quackery of Biological Evolution.)   Even if this idea is true, it does not refute the MIGRATORY EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE Theory that I proposed at that time. 

 

The very first Tribe to be exiled from Israel was half the Tribe of Manasseh, the half that lived on the east side of the Jordan River.   This occured in the year 745 BC.   Since I was aware that the Caucasian people are the literal descendants of the Exiled Tribes of Israel, I knew that these people had to have brought their Hebrew language with them -- at least to a partial extent.  Virtually all of the Ten Northern Tribes were taken captive by the year 721 BC., thus placing them all in the area then known as Media, IMMEDIATELY SOUTH OF THE CAUCASUS MONTAIN RANGE.  All of our modern history books tell us that the origin of the Caucasian people is some unsolvable mystery.  "No one knows where they came from," they say, with palms up in the air.  I beg to differ.

 

As these Israelites moved into Europe and merged with the existing Celtic people, they were referred to by several names, one of them being "Ishaak," often shortened to "Sak" or "Saka."  This fulfilled the prohecy that Israel would be known by another name, that of Isaac, our forefather.   (Gen. 21:12.)  As these Anglo-Saxon Israelites moved into the territory occupied by the Celts, their respective languages had to have merged together.   Being aware of such archeological facgts as Hebrew inscriptions on Caucasian burial mounds and monuments, plus the main pass through the Caucasus Mountains being known as "the Pass of Israel," I knew that the modern linguistic theory was hogwash...sheer speculation by paid speculators.

 

Now, I have unearthed a document which verifies my thesis, showing how the Hebrew language influenced the German language as the Anglo-Saxon Israelites merged with the Celtic Israelites, who had been in Europe for a thousand years before the Anglo-Saxon wave.

Please share this with every Anglo-Saxon you know!!!

 

Enjoy!!!

 

 

Pastor Eli James

 

 

Here is the link to article reproduced below:

 

http://www.originofnations.org/lds%20and%20lost%20tribes/tracing_the_dispersion_by%20Blodgett.htm

 

 

 

 

 

Tracing the Dispersion

By Terry M. Blodgett

http://library.lds.org/nxt/gateway.dll?f=templates$fn=default.htm

New linguistic studies help tell us about the scattering of Israel.

Terry M. Blodgett, “Tracing the Dispersion,” Ensign, Feb. 1994, 64
What befell the tribes of Israel’s northern kingdom many centuries ago? That question has been asked by students of the scriptures for generations. Like any important historical topic, it is one that deserves careful and thoughtful study.

Reconstructing ancient history, even religious history, can be compared to putting together a large, complex puzzle with many of the pieces missing. One must locate and assemble as many pieces as possible, then form as accurate a picture of the past as the facts allow. In tracing Israel’s dispersion, therefore, many pieces may be considered: artifacts, vestiges of ancient customs, archaeology, cultural anthropology, and scriptural and historical accounts. This article explores only one such piece—that of linguistic evidence. 1

Every Language Evolves

Language is a dynamic cultural phenomenon. It changes and grows. In our day, modern technology, the sciences, and the media have accelerated the acquisition of new words but, at the same time, have standardized spelling and pronunciation. In the past, languages acquired new words more slowly, but they were more likely to experience spelling and pronunciation changes. Some of these changes took only decades; others took centuries.

One of the major sources of language change occurs when two groups of people, each speaking a different language, come in contact with one another. Each language influences the other, becoming a catalyst for change and eventually settling into patterns characteristic of the languages prompting the changes. These patterns serve as clues to help a linguist determine what the language was like before the changes took place and which languages caused the changes.

The basic conclusion of linguistic study into this subject is that as large groups of ancient Israelites left their homeland—first, following the Assyrian captivity of northern Israel (about 700 B.C.) and the Babylonian captivity of Judah in the south (about 600 B.C.), and second, following the Roman conquest of Palestine (about A.D. 70)—their language influenced the languages of some of the countries to which they migrated. This linguistic evidence can help us determine where some of these Israelites went and approximately when. Although ancient Israelites were eventually scattered throughout the entire world (see Amos 9:9), at least one general geographical area contains significant linguistic evidence to suggest that Israelite migrations did in fact occur there. That area is Europe.

Linguistic Evidence in Europe

From the Old Testament and other historical sources such as the annals of the Assyrian kings, we learn that the northern kingdom, after years of war and deportation, fell to Assyrian invaders in 721 B.C. Jeremiah emphasized the north countries as being these Israelites’ eventual destination (see Jer. 3:12-18; Jer. 16:14-16; Jer. 23:7-8) and implied a western route (see Jer. 18:17; Hosea 12:1). Thus, a natural place to look for what befell those remnants is to study the countries north and west of the Middle East.

It is of interest, therefore, to learn that in Europe, the centuries following 700 B.C. were marked by tremendous outside influence, and language was profoundly affected. During the period between 700 and 400 B.C., numerous languages in Europe underwent major pronunciation changes and absorbed new vocabulary. 2 This was particularly true of the Celtic languages, which were originally spoken throughout Europe (700-300 B.C.) but gradually became more concentrated in western Europe and Britain, and of the Germanic languages, which were spoken in central and northern Europe and Scandinavia and eventually in England. The gradual evolving of the sounds that make up words in a language, particularly when two languages merge, is known by linguists as a sound shift. The well-known pronunciation changes of the period of time between 700 and 400 B.C. have been called the Germanic Sound Shift, because they were the most pronounced and systematic in the Germanic languages, which include English, Dutch, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Icelandic. 3 Also during this same time period, the total vocabulary in the Germanic languages increased by as much as one-third. 4

Linguists have long pondered what caused this sound shift and the increase in vocabulary. 5 One theory is that the technologically advanced peoples who introduced iron to Europe (seventh century B.C. in Austria; sixth century B.C. in Sweden) also influenced the language changes. Linguistic research supports this idea, as well as the idea that these advanced peoples came from the Middle East, where iron was in use. The research shows that the changes in language resulted from an influx of Hebrew-speaking people into Europe, particularly into the Germanic- and Celtic-speaking areas.

The Germanic Sound Shift

Most of the languages of Europe belong to the Indo-European family of languages; that is, they are part of the linguistically linked group of languages spoken in Europe and spreading as far east as Iran and India. For many years, the peculiarities in the Germanic languages kept linguists from recognizing that the Germanic languages belonged to the Indo-European group. However, early in the nineteenth century, two linguists—Rasmus Rask from Denmark (1818) and Jakob Grimm from Germany (1819-22)—showed that the Germanic languages were indeed part of the Indo-European family but that their differences in pronunciation were caused by a systematic shift in the sound of two groups of consonants—[p, t, k] and [b, d, g]. 6

At the time of the sound shift, the pronunciation of these six consonants was changed to [ph, th, kh] and [bh, dh, gh], respectively. These new sounds were usually represented in writing by the letters f, th, h (x or ch) and b (v), d (th), g (gh). For example, by applying the rules of the sound shift to the Indo-European te puk—replacing the t, p, and k with th, f, and x—we recognize the English words the fox. Now the relationship between the Indo-European word pater and the English word father becomes more recognizable.

Linguists generally agree that these changes began taking place sometime after 700 B.C., and that the influence causing the sound shift continued to affect the Germanic dialects for several centuries, at least until 400 B.C. and possibly as late as the Christian Era. 7

Unfortunately, scholars have not been able to agree upon what caused these changes or where the original homeland of the peoples may have been. Scholars have traced them to the Black Sea area, and to the Caucasus Mountains, but research did not trace them beyond there, because the scholars did not know whether that had been the people’s first homeland or they had come from the east or south of that point. My research took me to the Middle East, and it was there that I found a likely cause for the sound shift—the Hebrew language.

The first thing I noticed was that Hebrew shifted the same six consonants that were shifted in Germanic—[p, t, k] and [b, d, g]. In ancient Hebrew, these consonants carried a dual pronunciation. Often, they did not shift, but when they began a syllable that was preceded by a long vowel, or ended a syllable, then [p, t, k] and [b, d, g] shifted to the sounds [ph, th, kh] and [bh, dh, gh]. Thus, the Hebrew word for “Spain,” separad, was pronounced sepharadh, and the word for “sign,��������� spelled ‘ot, was pronounced ‘oth.

In 700 B.C., this sound shift was still functional in Hebrew and would have been part of any impact that migrating Israelites would have had on other languages. The fact that the same consonants were involved in similar sound shifts in both Hebrew and Germanic dialects at about the same time is significant. Yet even more significant is that the sounds [ph, th, kh] and [bh, dh, gh], so prevalent in Hebrew, did not exist in Germanic before the sound shift occurred. 8

A Comparison of Hebrew and Germanic

The case for a Hebrew influence on Germanic is further strengthened by a close comparison of the two languages, and particularly of the changes that developed in Germanic following the Assyrian captivity of Israel. The changes fall generally into three categories: pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary.

1. Pronunciation. In addition to the similar sound shifts just described, there were other sounds common to both Hebrew and Germanic that did not generally appear in the Indo-European languages. For example, when Hebrew and Germanic consonants appeared between vowels, they normally doubled if the preceding vowel was short. This doubling of consonants, referred to as gemination, became a characteristic feature of Germanic but not of other Indo-European languages. In this way, Indo-European media became Old English middel and modern English middle.

Almost half of the Hebrew verb conjugations required doubling the consonant and substituting a shortened vowel preceding the consonant. Compare Hebrew shabar (“to break”) and the related Hebrew form shibber (“to shatter”). Likewise, almost half of the Germanic verbs doubled the middle consonant and substituted a shortened preceding vowel: Indo-European sad- and bad- became settan (“set”) and biddan (“bid”) in Old English. 9

2. Grammar. At the time of the Germanic Sound Shift, the Germanic dialects experienced a sharp reduction in their number of grammatical cases, making Germanic more like Hebrew. As in English, the case (or form) of a noun, pronoun, or adjective in a Germanic language indicated its grammatical relation to other words in a sentence. At the time of the Germanic Sound Shift, the Germanic dialects immediately reduced the number of possible cases for a word from eight to four (as in modern German) and eventually to three (as in English, Spanish, and French). These were the same three cases (with possible remnants of a fourth) that Hebrew used before the Assyrian and Babylonian captivities—nominative case (indicating a word is the subject of a sentence), accusative case (indicating a word is the object of a verb or preposition), and genitive case (used to indicate a word in the possessive form). 10

Indo-European had six verb tenses. Hebrew, on the other hand, contained only two tenses (or aspects), dealing with actions either completed or not completed. Germanic, likewise, reduced its number of tenses to two—past and present. The other tenses in modern Germanic languages have developed out of combinations of these two original tenses.

Verb forms in the two language groups also contain similarities. The Hebrew verb kom, kam, kum, yikom (“to arise, come forth”), for example, compares favorably with modern English come and came, Old English cuman, and German kommen, kam, gekommen (“to come forth, arrive, arise”). 11

3. Vocabulary. Perhaps the most convincing similarity between Hebrew and Germanic lies in their shared vocabularies. Linguists recognize that about one-third of all Germanic vocabulary is not Indo-European in origin. 12 These words can be traced back to the Proto-Germanic period of 700-100 B.C., but not beyond. Significantly, these are the words that compare favorably in both form and meaning with Hebrew vocabulary. Once a formula was developed for comparing Germanic and Hebrew vocabulary, the number of similar words identifiable in both languages quickly reached into the thousands.

According to this formula, words brought into Germanic after 700 B.C. had a tendency to modify their spelling in three ways:

First, in most Germanic dialects, the words changed in spelling according to the sound shift. Hebrew, on the other hand, changed only in pronunciation; spelling remained the same. For example, Hebrew parah (“to bear oneself along swiftly, travel”) remained parah when written, but was pronounced [fara] if it was preceded by a closely associated long vowel. With that in mind, it is easy to recognize the same word in Old Norse and Old Frisian (a dialect in the Netherlands): fara (“to travel, move swiftly”).

Second, the vowels in the initial syllables were frequently dropped in written Germanic forms because Hebrew words usually carried the accent on the last syllable. Compare Hebrew daraq and English drag. Occasionally, if the initial consonant was weak, the entire syllable dropped out, as in Hebrew walad (“male offspring, son”) and English lad, and in Hebrew nafal (“to fall”) and English fall.

Third, Hebrew used a tonal accent (a vocal emphasis featuring a tone or sound in part of a word) rather than a stress accent (a vocal emphasis featuring increased volume in speaking part of a word), but this changed to a stress accent in the Germanic dialects. However, the effects of the Hebrew tonal accent are evident in Germanic. The Hebrew tone, which usually appeared in the final syllable, was often represented in written Germanic by one of four tonal letters—l, m, n, or r. Compare Hebrew satat (“to place, found, base, begin”) with English start (r represents the Hebrew tone), and Hebrew parak (“to be free, to liberate”) with English frank (“free; free speech”—in which p was shifted to f, the unaccented a was deleted, and n was added for the Hebrew tone).

Similarities in Hebrew and English words point to their common roots.

Some Hebrew-English Cognates

Hebrew

English

KAHAL, KAHALAH
“to call”

CALL

OBER
“to cross over”

OVER

DOR, DUR
“to rotate, turn aside, enter a dwelling”

DOOR

GADAR
“to surround, enclose, to collect”

GATHER

HARAP, HARAPAH
“to pluck [a harp], to harp at, to scold”

HARP

DARAG, DARAGAH
“to go by steps, to walk or ascend with difficulty”

DRAG

BALAK, BILEK, BLIYK
“to make empty, void”
(“void of light”)
(“void of vegetation, pale”)
(“void of color”)
(“void of marks”)

BLACK
BLEAK
BLEACH
BLANK

SHAPAH
“to form, carve, shape, create”

SHAPE

New Germanic Words from Hebrew Word Roots

Biblical Hebrew contained relatively few root words—originally only a few hundred—but from these roots, words were formed in great variety. Most of these formations were made by exchanging vowels, adding prefixes or suffixes, and doubling consonants according to certain rules. Literally thousands of words similar to these roots, and to the multiple forms that developed out of these roots, appeared in Germanic dialects between 700 and 400 B.C. One example is the Hebrew word dun or don. The root is dwn and is related to the root ‘adan (“to rule, to judge, to descend, to be low, area ruled or judged, area of domain”). The proper name Dan (“judge”) is related to this root. Out of this root also developed the Hebrew word ‘adon (“Lord, Master”). These words remind us of the Anglo-Saxon word adun, out of which the English word down (the noun form means “hill, upland”) developed and the area ruled was don, or its modern counterpart town. It is also interesting to note that the Hebrew word ‘adon (“Lord”) and its root ‘adan (“to rule, judge”) compare well with Odin and Wodan, two names from different dialects for the highest Germanic god.

The High German Sound Shift

The influence of Hebrew on the Germanic languages does not end with the Germanic Sound Shift of 700-400 B.C. About a thousand years after the first sound shift, the Germanic dialects in northern Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and southern Germany began a second phonetic change involving the same six consonants. Beginning in the south about A.D. 450, this second sound shift, referred to as the High German Sound Shift (since it originated in the highlands of the Alps), spread northward into Switzerland and Austria. By A.D. 750, it had spread to the dialects of southern Germany. This High German dialect continued to grow in popularity (in the sixteenth century Martin Luther used it in his translation of the Bible) until it eventually became the standard form of German.

The major difference between the Germanic Sound Shift of 700-400 B.C. and the High German Sound Shift of A.D. 450-750 13 was that [t], which shifted to [th] in the first sound shift, shifted consistently to [s] in the second one. This caused the word water, for example, to be pronounced wasser, and white to be pronounced weiss. This shift of [t] to [s] is an important clue to the source of influence for this second sound shift in southern Germanic territory. It leads us, once again, to the Middle East—but this time to the Aramaic language.

The Aramaic Influence

When Persia conquered Babylon, Cyrus the Great freed the captive Jews and allowed them to return to their homeland in Palestine. However, not all wanted to leave the beautiful city of Babylon to return to their country, which had been destroyed. Some stayed. Many from the tribes of both Judah and Benjamin returned. Those who returned to Palestine found themselves surrounded by Aramaic-speaking peoples, and they soon adopted Aramaic as their everyday language. 14

As a consequence, the Jews [Correction: Judahites, NOT Jews.  The Jews originated in Idumea, not in Judah. -- Eli]  were speaking Aramaic in A.D. 70 when the Romans overran Jerusalem and sent thousands of Jews [...and Judahites and Benjamites. -- Eli]  fleeing Palestine. During the following years, many of these Aramaic-speaking Jews made their way northward into Europe. The Christianized Jews, especially, sought the refuge of the Italian Alps, and by A.D. 450, they had established a sizable population there. During the following centuries they gradually spread northward into Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. 15

Historians have documented these migrations well, but they have failed to recognize the influence of these people’s language on the languages they encountered. Aramaic had originally employed a sound shift identical to the Hebrew sound shift, but by 500 B.C. when the Jews learned it, the language had made a small but significant change in its pronunciation. Aramaic began shifting [t] to [s] rather than to [th], as both Hebrew and Aramaic had done previously. 16  [Since the Christians and Jews of this era were very hostile toward one another and had virtually NO social intercourse, it is obvious that the Jews adopted Germanic words into their language, Yiddish.  This author does not seem to realize that the Judahites and Benjamites of Christian Judea were a much larger population segment than the Jews.  It was the former, not the latter, who would have introduced some Aramaic words and styles to their Christian brethren, who were, after all, as Hebrews, still anticipating the coming of the Messiah.  This is precisely why these European Israelites, hearing about the "Good News" of Messiah's coming in Judea, converted so easily to Christianity!!!! -- Eli]

This is also the characteristic difference between the first Germanic Sound Shift of 700-400 B.C. and the High German Sound Shift of A.D. 450-750. 17 For example, in comparing the Hebrew/Aramaic changes with the first and second sound shifts, we note that the Jews at the time of their dispersion pronounced, for example, the Hebrew words bayit (“house”) as bayis and gerit (from gerah “roughage, grits”) as garis. By comparison, the German word for grit (griot, “groats”) made a similar change to grioz, then to griess, during the High German Sound Shift. These changes suggest the influence of Aramaic in the southern Germanic dialects. Additional Hebrew vocabulary was added to the southern German, Austrian, and Swiss dialects during this later period (compare Hebrew pered, “beast of burden,” with German Pferd, “horse”).

Two Hebraic Sound Shifts

Thus, what have come to be known as the Germanic Sound Shift and the High German Sound Shift appear to have been a Hebraic sound shift and a closely related Aramaic sound shift that influenced the Germanic dialects at two separate periods of history. Research also shows that the linguistic mark of the sound shifts, supported by other linguistic similarities, particularly the vocabulary, can be used as a means of tracing Israelite groups throughout the world. So far, the evidence seems to point to Europe as a major destination, particularly to the Germanic- and Celtic-speaking countries of Scandinavia, Britain and the European mainland.  [As we in Christian Identity very well know! -- Eli]

The Gathering of Israel

The role that Abraham’s descendants would play in the course of world history was foreshadowed early in the biblical record. To Abraham the Lord said, “I will make thee exceeding fruitful, and I will make nations of thee, and kings shall come out of thee.” (Gen. 17:6.)

The Lord renewed this promise with Isaac (see Gen. 26:4) and again with Jacob, saying that his descendants would “spread abroad to the west, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: and in thee and in thy seed shall all the families of the earth be blessed.” (Gen. 28:14.)

This spreading would come as Moses foretold: Israel would someday be scattered “among the nations, and … be left few in number among the heathen, whither the Lord shall lead [them].” (Deut. 4:27.) This would be a thorough dispersion. As the Lord said in Amos 9:9, he would “sift the house of Israel among all nations.” But he also promised that he would not forget Israel. Eventually, the children of Israel would be gathered “out of the lands, from the east, and from the west, from the north, and from the south.” (Ps. 107:3.)

Although Israel would be scattered throughout the world, the countries north of Israel were particularly singled out as lands from which Israel would be gathered. Jeremiah wrote that “the days come, saith the Lord, that it shall no more be said, The Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt;

“But, The Lord liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north, and from all the lands whither he had driven them.” (Jer. 16:14-15; see also D&C 110:11; D&C 133:26.)

It is no wonder that Jesus sent his Apostles out into all the world to preach the gospel (see Mark 16:15) or that he said they should go “to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” (Matt. 10:6.)

Israel’s peoples have been scattered a long time now. As far as we know, only a portion of Judah retained its identity over the centuries. With the restoration of the gospel through the Prophet Joseph Smith, many members who have received their patriarchal blessings have been identified with the tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh and a sprinkling of other tribes. It is also significant that among the first to accept the gospel in this dispensation were people who lived—or who had ancestors who had lived—in the very countries that received Israelite migrations.

Seeing Their Footsteps

Changes in language provide only one kind of linguistic evidence we can use to identify the dispersion of Israel. Other linguistic evidence can be found in place names and in the names of various ancient peoples who lived north of the Middle East following the captivity of Israel. Many of these people migrated farther north and west into Russia, Scandinavia, Europe, and Britain.

The apocryphal book of 4 Ezra (a continuation of the book of Ezra in the Old Testament) describes how Shalmaneser, King of Assyria, took northern Israel captive. It also indicates, as Isaiah prophesied (see Isa. 10:27), that at least some of the Israelites escaped their captors and fled north.

According to the account in 4 Ezra (referred to in some editions as 2 Esdras), the fleeing captives “entered into Euphrates by the narrow passages of the river” and traveled a year and a half through a region called “Arsareth.” (4 Ezra 13:43-45.) The narrow passage could refer to the Dariel Pass, also called the Caucasian Pass, which begins near the headwaters of the Euphrates River and leads north through the Caucasus Mountains. At the turn of the century, Russian archaeologist Daniel Chwolson noted that a stone mountain ridge running alongside this narrow passage bears the inscription Wrate Israila, which he interpreted to mean “the gates of Israel.” 18

These narrow passages lead through a region called Ararat in Hebrew, and Urartu in Assyrian. Chwolson writes that Arsareth, mentioned in 4 Ezra, was another name for Ararat, a region extending to the northern shores of the Black Sea. 19 A river at the northwest corner of the Black Sea was anciently named Sereth (now Siret), possibly preserving part of the name Arsareth. Since ‘ar in Hebrew meant “city,” it is probable that Arsareth was a city—the city of Sareth—located near the Sereth River northwest of the Black Sea.

A number of other geographical locations in the area of the Black Sea have names that suggest Hebraic origins. For example, the names of the four major rivers that empty into the Black Sea seem to have linguistic ties to the tribal name of Dan. They are the Don (and its tributary the Don-jets), the Dan-jester (now Dnestr), the Danube (or Donau), and the Dan-jeper (now Dnieper). North of the Caspian Sea is a city called Samara (Samaria). There is also a city of Ismail (Ishmael) on the Danube, and a little farther upstream is a city called Isak (Isaac).

Chwolson and others of the Russian Archaeological Society found more than seven hundred Hebraic inscriptions in the area north of the Black Sea. According to Chwolson, one of these inscriptions refers to the Black Sea as the “Sea of Israel.” 20 On the Crimean Peninsula was a place referred to as the “Valley of Jehoshaphat,” a Hebrew name, and another place was called “Israel’s Fortress.” 21 According to the Russian archaeologist Vsevolod Mueller, there was an “Israelitish” synagogue at Kerch (a city on the Crimea) long before the Christian era. 22

It is difficult to date these inscriptions, but some of them contain information relating to the fall and captivity of Israel. Others appear to have been written about the time of Christ and even later, indicating that the area north of the Black Sea contained an Israelite population for many centuries. One of these inscriptions mentions three of the tribes of Israel as well as Tiglath-pileser, the first Assyrian king to transport large segments of the population of Israel to Assyria. 23 Another inscription mentions King Hoshea, who reigned in Israel during the years of Israel’s fall. 24

The Russian archaeologists also found mounds, or heaps of earth, dotting the landscape. 25 These mounds, stretching across the entire region north of the Black Sea where the Hebraic inscriptions were found, turned out to be elaborate burial chambers, often containing a leader of the people with some of his possessions. Although mound building was not a typical type of burial in the Middle East, “high heaps” or “great heaps” are described as a means of burial in several Old Testament passages. (See Josh. 7:26, Josh. 8:29; 2 Sam. 18:17.) Furthermore, the people of Ephraim were commanded in the Old Testament specifically to build up “high heaps” as “waymarks” as they traveled. (See Jer. 31:21.)

These Black Sea mounds contain not only inscriptions but also drawings, jewelry, and other artifacts indicative of Hebrew origin. The mounds stretch from the Black Sea northward through Russia to the top of the Scandinavian Peninsula, then southward to southern Sweden—where thousands of mounds are found. 26 Similar burial mounds are also found in Britain and western Europe, indicating other migrations in westerly and northwesterly directions.

Herodotus identified the first of the mound builders in the Black Sea area as Kimmerioi; 27 the Romans referred to them as Cimmerii, from which we have the name Cimmerians. They called themselves Khumri, which refers to “the Dynasty of King Omri.” Omri was king of northern Israel about 900 B.C. He founded Samaria and established the capital of Israel there. His mode of government made him popular throughout the Middle East, and northern Israel came to be known by his name, politically, from that time on.

There are other peoples throughout Europe and Asia whose origins trace from this area and whose names seem to have a Hebrew root. Among these are the Galadi (the root word probably comes from the biblical Gilead, the region east of the Jordan River, pronounced Galaad in that region and in Assyria and the Celts (a Germanic pronunciation of Galadi); the Gallii (or Gali, root word probably from the biblical Galilee), also called Gals, Gaels, and Gauls; the Sacites, or Scythians (the word comes from Assyrian captives, Esak-ska and Saka, comparable to the Hebrew Isaac); the Goths, or Getai (the root probably from the biblical Gad, pronounced Gath); the Jutes of Jutland (from the tribe of Judah); and the Parsi (from Hebrew Paras, which means “the dispersed ones”), who settled Paris and whose name in Germanic territory sound-shifted to Frisians.

[For good measure, let me quote Isa. 11:16:  "And there shall be an highway for the remnant of his people, which shall be left, from Assyria; like as it was to Israel in the day that he came up out of the land of Egypt."  This is a prophecy describing a SECOND EXODUS, one from Assyria.  And that "highway" is none other than the "Pass of Israel" through the Caucasus Mountains. -- Eli]

 

 

 

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