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    • Lorenzo Manasci
    • 11.01.10 | 18:43 (IST)

    If Moses wrote Pentateuch 1400 BC,then possibly Moses wrote "phonetic Hebrew" IN ANOTHER SCRIPT. What script might Moses possibly have used? A)a "phonetic" form of Ancient Egyptian?(high probability) B)a "cuneiform-like" script?(low probability ) C)a script of his own invention, for quick efficient record-making?(high probability) D)a script still unknown on Earth back then? In my opinion "D" has the highest probability, because the Bible records that it is Yahweh my God Himself Who with His finger wrote the ten commandments on Moses' tables. If so, the Almighty did not have to wait for Hebrew script to appear on "the historical scene". If the commandments were THUS written, then the rest of the Pentateuch may have been written similarly, e.g. by Moses in the new God-given 10-commandment-script. QUESTIONS REMAIN: what happened to traces of "pre-Hebrew" Hebrew script? WHERE should they be looked for if they exist? Lorenzo Manasci ratala dot com

    from the article: Deciphered etching sheds new light on Bible's origin
    First published 01:52 08.01.10 | Last updated 02:52 08.01.10
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