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The Otiot with Mike Heiser, Alan Horvath and Dr Michael Brown.



The Otiot with Mike Heiser, Alan Horvath and Dr Michael Brown.

"The Paleo-Hebrew script, also Palaeo-Hebrew, Proto-Hebrew or Old Hebrew, is the writing system found in inscriptions of Canaanite languages from the region of Southern Canaan, also known as biblical Israel and Judah. Hebrew is not to be read / translated / interpreted according to the shapes of the original picture-script (“pictographic”) from which the Hebrew letters originated. Dr. Brown is correct. Trying to take the Hebrew words of the Hebrew Bible and retrovert them to their original pictographs and then “translate” them according to picture meanings is nonsense. Imagine teaching your kids to read the alphabetic English letters and then years later tell them they were never really reading, but have to convert words to strings of pictures to “really know” what the letters are saying!" from video introduction


The Otiot- Ancient Aramaic/Hebrew Pictographic letter-forms

Otiot (say "oat-ee-oat") is the Hebrew word for "letters." One letter is called an ot (say "oat"); "ot" means "sign" ... a number of letters are referred to as otiot; "otiot," of course, means "signs."


The Otiot- Ancient Aramaic/Hebrew Pictographic letter-forms
The Otiot- Ancient Aramaic/Hebrew Pictographic letter-forms


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