It is important to remember that the writings known to Christians as "the Old Testament" were not Jewish but Hebrew. The term "Jew" was first introduced in 1775 and did not exist prior to that time. The religion we refer to as Judaism had no name until after that period
Let us ever bear in mind from now on that the generic terms "Israelite" and "Hebrew" denote those people who had spent time in Egypt and who were most probably of Hyksos origin.
The Jewish glyphs and the Hebrew language are not originals but are borrowed from the Egyptians and are considered sacred. Hebrew is composed of the hieroglyphics, symbols, and myths of the Egyptians and their gods
The Hebrew language is considered to be very old, and yet there exists no trace of it anywhere in the old monuments, not even in Chaldea
Hebrew, in short, is the language which enables men to pass from one meaning to another, which explains, interprets, gives the allegorical meaning. By Hebrews, therefore, Moses does not mean the Israelites...but men, Israelites or Egyptians, who were learned in the Hebrew language, in the knowledge of Ambres, the initiated and the initiators
Hebrew was never spoken by the Aramaic people of Syria, the so-called Jews, or by the people of any other countries. it was used by the ancient Irish priesthood of Iesa, precisely as Latin is today used in the Roman Church to impress the multitude
Hebrew was a secret dialect which was devised by the Irish priesthood to preserve their secret lore and rituals. Its use was kept exclusively for the priests. thereby keeping all knowledge of sacerdotal things from the uninitiated...it was taken over and made use of by the Roman Church to conceal and to make plausible the secret fraud which she had perpetrated upon the Christian world
The word 'Ibri, "Hebrew," occurs some thirty times in the Bible, a small number compared with the 2,500 appearances of "Israel." The two terms are not synonymous
A "Hebrew" (Ibaru) was a stellar priest. The term did not refer to a race or nation, as we have been told by duplicitous "historians." It actually referred to the caste of Druidic Elders and to their gnosis. It also referred to their sacred language and alphabet. A "Hebrew," therefore, was one conversant with sacred knowledge - to be precise, knowledge of the stars.
As our scholars have failed to see the difference between Israel and the Jews, they have completely confused the issue; and when they speak of ancient Hebrew they mean Phoenician. "The oldest Hebrew manuscript dates from AD 489, is a roll and was found in the Karaite Synagogue in the Crimea." The Targums version of the Old Testament does not date any earlier than the Babylonian captivity of the Jews, and it was written in the Aramaic Chaldee language,and even of that version there is not BC in existence. So when our scholars speak of the ancient Hebrew of the Israelites they mean Phoenician evidently, for they never have seen it written on a scroll, only on the Siloam inscription, the Moabite stone, and the Phoenician engravings of the East, the Mediterranean, Southern Russia, and Europe, particularly in Britain.
Hebrew was never spoken by the Aramaic people of Syria, the so-called Jews, or by the people of any other countries. It was used by the ancient Irish priesthood of Iesa, precisely as Latin is today used in the Roman Church to impress the multitude.