Is Hebrew the First Human Language? Did ALL Humanity Once Worship the Same God?

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Did you know that a poster of the new Europe portrays the ancient
Tower of Babel, with the slogan, "Many Tongues, One Voice"?

I was quietly pondering that when my wife Josephine asked, "What
was the very first human tongue?

I looked up. "You mean, what was the very first human language?"

"Yes," she replied. "Or do you have any idea what is our closest
modern language to the original, First Tongue?"

A fascinating question, don't you think?

Would you like to know?

As an archaeologist, I believe the answer has now been discovered.

Out in the remote canyons of the Pergatoire River, just south of
La Junta, Colorado, researcher Gary Vey was examining some very
old petroglyphics.

The amazing thing was that these ancient alphabetic symbols were
virtually identical to others found in the Negev desert of Israel,
in South Australia, in Yemen, in Chile and in the British Isles!

On six continents, the ancient language symbols were virtually the

After numerous deciphering attempts, translations were eventually
made with success through an old Hebrew dialect.

The Colorado alphabet consisted of 22 basic, distinct geometric
shapes and some variations. Vey  has termed it “The First Tongue”.

Translations of similar petroglyphs by another team in Australia
proved that they originated with the same root culture and ascribed
to the same rules of grammar and symbols.

Likewise with the petroglyphs in Israel’s Negev desert, documented
by Dr James Harris, during the Harvard expedition in 1994.

These, along with those on other continents, hinted at an original
common language.


If we were to trace the footsteps of the first migration wave, we
would discover that it has left its traces in just ONE UNIVERSAL

This fact that the whole world once spoke the same language survives
in the racial memory of many peoples.

A fragmentary Sumerian tablet copied by the Oxford cuneiformist
Oliver Gurney speaks of a time when “the whole universe” spoke “in
one tongue.”

The epic myth of Enmerker and the Lord of Araita, published by
Professor S.N. Kramer, of the University of Pennsylvania, records
that all mankind spoke one and the same language until Enki, the
Sumerian god of wisdom, confounded their speech.

The idea that there was a time when all men spoke the same language
is found also in ancient Egyptian and Indian writings.

Likewise, the Popul Vuh, a book of the Central American Maya,
records that “those who gazed at the rising of the sun [the ancestors
who formerly lived eastward of the Americas]… had but one language…
before going west.”

These testimonies support the biblical book of Genesis statement
that “all the earth was of one language, and of one speech.”
(Genesis 11:1)


Numerous ancient traditions concur that:
(a)  Everyone spoke a single language at first.
(b)  The various languages did not arise capriciously,
(c)  In a single dramatic event the one original language became
suddenly confused.
(d) Then from one central point the people were scattered to the
ends of the earth.

Interestingly, all three branches of the human race recall this.

Various peoples, such as the Mexicans, the Chaldeans, the Hindus, the
Greeks, the Chiapa of the Americas, Australian Aboriginal tribes, and
the Fijians, to name a few, were discovered with a tradition concerning
this event in which each tribe received a new language.

So evidently, this is not just some biblical fairytale. This ancient
event has been burnt into the racial memory of mankind as a whole.


Were you aware that no society is known at any point in history which
did not have a fully developed language?  (“Encyclopaedia Brittanica”,
15th ed., Macrop., vol.19, p.1033).

We find NO EVIDENCE for any kind of evolutionary development of
language. The fact is, evolution cannot in any meaningful manner account
for one language, much less hundreds of languages.

In any case, who had time to formulate grammar when we were all supposedly
running around simply trying to survive the next few minutes of life?

I have lived with jungle savages. And did you know that the most primitive
tribes possess the most sophisticated languages?


Would you like to know what the original religion of planet earth was? Or
what is the closest modern day religion to the original?

Here, again, archaeology comes to the rescue.


Have you ever heard it said that religion just evolved? Or that man's
thinking has evolved gradually from magic, to religion, to science?

That from an initial primitive worship of many gods, religion evolved to
the idea of just one God (momotheism)?

Has anyone ever told you that?

Let's face it, you'll hear it today in many places of learning.

Well, we’ve been had! And all so as to get the evolution
theory accepted.

Well, wouldn't you rather know the truth? Then here it is.

There is not a shred of evidence for this supposed progression from
magic, to religion, to science.

On the contrary, archaeology shows us there was science from the very
start of human presence on earth.

That’s the opposite from what the evolution theory predicted.


So what is the truth about religion?

Well, you’ll recall that  researchers on six continents have been
discovering script in mankind’s “First Tongue”.

And that the content of the translations, although not complete,
suggests a single culture and religious belief system, worldwide.


But the evidence goes further than that.

Two common petroglyphs represent the names of deity - “EL” and “YAH”.
“EL” represents the abstract form of deity - that which cannot be
comprehended by man, while “YAH” is the Creator.

Both concepts represent a single deity - One God - but recognise the
aspects of “knowable” and “unknowable” deity.

A successful translation has been made of the entire top row of the
Colorado inscriptions, reading, “YARE HA EL”, or “PRAISE THE LORD”.

This indicates a monotheistic religious belief at that early time when
there was still a global language.

It hints at an original faith inherited from the earliest ancestors.

The evidence shows that MONOtheism lay at the root of all religions.
And this continued until shortly after 2000 BC – when monotheism began
to degenerate into pantheism, polytheism and animism.

Careful archaeologists and historians (Horn, Faber, Rawlinson, Waddell
and Budge, to name a few) insist, from their discoveries, that the
earliest Sumerians, Iranians, Phoenicians, Egyptians and Indians were

Those early civilizations recognised supremely one only God.

They knew also that there was an original prophecy that although man
had messed up himself and the planet, and could not get himself out of
the mess, the Creator would ultimately send a Rescuer to cure all ills.


This, the world’s oldest prophecy, which our first parents claimed was
given to them, was handed down to all their descendants - the prophecy
of a coming Deliverer, no less.

Among the ancient Babylonians, Persians, Chinese, Hindus, Germans,
British, Romans, Egyptians and others, there was an expectation that
this Great One was coming to cure all ills.

The Roman historian Tacitus refers to this expectation among the
nations. (Tacitus, Histories, v.13. Suetonius, “Vespasian, iv)

Dupuis, in L’Origine des Cultus, has collected a vast number of
traditions prevalent in all nations concerning a divine person, born
of a virgin  - that is, without an earthly father.

He would come from heaven for the purpose of delivering mankind. He
would lay down his life once for all, but rising to life again would
ultimately bring a new world.

This prophecy appears to be as old as the human race.

Notice how an ancient poet contemplated this prophecy:

*A golden progeny from heaven descends,
O chaste Lucinda! speed the mother’s pains,
And haste the glorious birth!
...virtue shall restore,
And crimes shall threat the guilty world no more...
The warring nations he in peace shall bind,
And with paternal virtues rule mankind.

And here are the words of another poet of old:

* Hail, great Physician of the world! all hail!
Hail, mighty Infant, who, in years to come,
Shall heal the nations and defraud the tomb!...
Thy daring art shall animate the dead,
And draw the thunder on Thy guilty head;
For Thou shalt die, but from the dark abode
Rise up victorious, and be twice a God!

* The Babylonians and Persians expected a king-redeemer and
hero-sage, who would establish a new age of happiness.

* The Chinese also believed that a great wise man would appear.

* The Hindus believed that the supreme God would reveal himself to
humans and that ultimately would come a new world.

* The ancient Germans looked forward to the renewal of the present

* The Druids of Britain expected the coming of the “Curer of all

* Likewise, in the earliest Egyptian texts are found prophecies
proclaiming the coming of this Savior of the human race - prophecies
that were already ancient.

In these Egyptian texts we are brought face to face with prophecies
concerning a Messiah who was to come.

It was held that “the teacher awaited since the creation of the world”
had not yet been manifested on earth. His coming was to end in his
sacrifice and bring about the regeneration of mankind.

The ancient Egyptian messianic prophecies refer to the Messiah as “The
Lord of Death and Resurrection”.

In course of time these prophecies of the Messiah became paganised by the
substitution of Osiris (the god of Vegetational Decay and Regeneration)
and other deities.

Osiris then usurped the attributes and functions of the promised Messiah
that had been known in earlier Egyptian prophecy.

Only in the late Egyptian literature (from late in the 18th and early in
the 19th Dynasty) did Osiris and other gods usurp the functions and
attributes of the Promised One.

That was after religious degeneration had set in well and truly.

But originally, the position of Osiris was not messianic. Osiris was at
first no more than an allegorical figurehead, a patron of corn, a
personification of the agricultural seasons. (Stewart The Witness of the
Great Pyramid, 1928, pp. 64,65)

Much, much later he became “a god who had been originally a mortal and
had risen from the dead.”  (E.A. Wallis Budge, The Book of the Dead.
London: British Museum Publications, 1920)

And only then were the added attributes of the Promised One given to him.

Noted archaeologist Professor Budge points out:

"The beliefs which were conceived by the Egyptians in their lowest states
of civilization were mingled with those which reveal the existence of high
spiritual conceptions [at first]." (Budge The Gods of the Egyptians, 1969
Vol. I, p.32)


Although modern Hinduism recognises a multitude of gods (possessing
different influences on human affairs), yet the Indian sacred books
show that originally it had been far otherwise.

Speaking of the Supreme God (known in their language as Brahm):

* Of Him whose glory is so great, there is no image. (Veda)
* [He] illumines all, delights all, whence all proceeded; that by
which they live when born, and that to which all must return.
* He whom the mind alone can perceive; whose essence eludes the
external organs, who has no visible parts, who exists from eternity….
The soul of all beings, whom no being can comprehend. (Institutes of

In these passages there is a trace of pantheism beginning to emerge,
but the very language employed bears testimony to the existence among
the Hindus at one period of a far purer faith.

Brahm (the one infinite and eternal God) is just the original Hebrew
Rahm – with the ‘b’ prefixed, which is very frequent in Sanscrit words
derived from Hebrew or Chaldee.

The Hebrew Rahm means “the merciful, or compassionate One”. But Rahm
also means “the Womb”, or “the Bowels” as the seat of compassion.

Now we find such language applied to Brahm, as cannot be accounted for,
except by realising that Brahm had the very same meaning as the Hebrew

Thus we find the god Krishna, in one of the Hindu sacred books (when
asserting his high dignity as a divinity, and his identity with the
Supreme) using these words:

“The great Brahm is my Womb, and in it I place my foetus, and from it
is the procreation of all nature. The great Brahm is the Womb of all
the various forms which are conceived in every natural womb.”

It is very clear that Brahm comes from Rahm which means Womb or
Merciful One. Brahm is just the same as Er-Rahman (“the all-merciful
One”), a title applied by the Turks to the Most High.

Thus the Hindus, despite the deterioration of understanding seen today,
once knew the Creator as “the God of mercy”, that is, “a just God and
a rescuer”.

He was also called in India “the victim-man”. (And among the Buddhists
he was commonly addressed as “Savior of the world”. (Mahawanso, xxxi
“apud”. Pococke’s India in Greece, p. 185)

Furthermore, the meaning of Deva (the generic name for “God” in India)
is similar. Deva originally came from the Chaldean Thav (“Good”).

Thav is also legitimately pronounced Thev and in the emphatic form is
Theva or Thevo (“the Good”). “Th” is frequently pronounced “Dh”. Hence

The “v” is frequently dropped (just as “novus” in Latin is “neos” in
Greek). Dheva, or Theva, or Thevo becomes Deva. It also becomes Deo or
Devs” (“God” in Latin) and Theos (“God” in Greek), or Theo-s or Thevo-s.

This reflects the passage in the Bible that says, “There is none good
but One, that is God [Theos – the Good].” (Matthew 19:17)


Ancient textual evidence shows that the trend was to increase the number
of gods as time passed, rather than decrease them. (Siegfried H. Horn,
Records of the Past Illuminate the Bible, 1975, p. 12)

It was only the later nations who were POLYtheists (worshipping many

As an example of how far this trend has developed over the past 4,000
years, it is calculated that today the Hindu religion has 600,000 gods.

Now, are you ready for this? The story is fascinating.

Something BIG occurred - and so earth-shaking, that highly civilized
people who believed in one great God - the Creator - radically changed
their thinking so as to venerate planets, cats, hawks, snakes and

What spectacular event brought this about?

And how could an original, healthy, beneficent religious system
degenerate into practices such as human sacrifice?

In an email as brief as this, it is impossible to reveal very much
and also provide evidence, but if you are interested, there is a whole
more available. Please go to Original Link: http://www.beforeus.com/stolen-id.php

You are about to discover one of the most amazing dramas of history.
It reads almost like thriller.

Have you ever wondered:
1. Why there are so many languages?
2. Why there are so many religions?

I should warn you. This may upset a few applecarts. But, after all, if
you want to know the truth...


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