The Wandering Mind


First Tongue: An Ancient Global Language

Posted in Mormonism,Religious History by wandren on 11 September 2007

Dr. Harris - Old Negev Script“In the last part of the 20th century, a handful of archaeologists discovered a collection of symbols carved in stone as petroglyphs that appeared to be writing. Dating of these symbols showed that they were made over an extended period time, beginning around 1700 BC, and located on as many as five continents.
In addition symbols, icons, and ligatures that doubled as icons and enhanced the meaning of the whole composition were consistently observed and they frequently included icons and phonetic signs that spell the most sacred name of the God of Israel [Yah, Yahh, & Yahu, which out of respect was never spelled out fully].

But all the above is just the beginning of the surprises that Dr. Harris describes in his book, The Name of God From the Sinai to the American Southwest.

The real discovery was that this same ancient alphabet system was found on rocks darkened by patina (desert varnish), on paintings in caves and overhangs, with the same icon, ligatures, symbols, and the name of the same God spelled the same three ways in six Southwestern States. Prof. Harris has a corpus of I20 inscriptions from the Negev of Israel, and about 400+ from the American Southwest. It is indisputable evidence that a Canaanite people speaking and writing a Canaanite language and worshipping the God Yahweh found their way to ancient America.”

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