There are many languages in the world. People create their own languages through the passage of time, and are always changing through time. Ancient languages like Hebrew, Greek, and Latin are the foundation of the bible. Latin is still spoken in the Vatican Church.Ancient pictorial hieroglyphics of ancient Egypt depict the daily activities of human beings, and physical motion. One letter the “m” sound is described, and looks like as a ripple in a pond of water. Languages come and go.Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, is the foundation of all of the modern languages of the Western, and middle eastern globe. It’s disputed which language came first ancient Hebrew, or ancient Chinese, or ancient Hindi languages? I think Hebrew was the first language that came, and I think it came from God. If it weren’t for the tongue there would be no language because all human natural languages came from the ability to utter these sounds from our tongues, and mouths. The form of tongue, and the ability to write came second to speaking then , I presume, after humans began to write their first letters they interpreted themselves with what they wrote. The first humans learned how to read after the invention of writing. The invention of writing I believe began with the simple example of writing what people saw with their eyes, like the ripple of water in a pond example. It’s not just human languages that exist. There are languages that are in the form of writing only, such languages are used to create inventions. The language, or lexicon, of mathematics has lead humans to create, invent , and imagined what it was like to do these things; for the betterment of humanity.
The story of creation in Genesis closely matches the Big Bang theory of the cosmos. One is told in beautiful Hebrew language, and the other is told by mathematical symbols, and equations that lead to startling findings, and discoveries about our universe. The scientists, physicists, and cosmologists, of today might not take into account the story of beginnings because some grew up in different religions, and have believed different things when they were taught by their mentors, teachers, and parents. Some might not even believe in any form of God, and have rejected the account of beginnings in the book of Genesis. It is sort of astonishing that the Hebrew alphabet’s letters are shaped like the branches of a tree trunk, because the ancient people of Israel used animal skins, and leafs of a tree to write their accounts, and were given visions by God, and instructions from Him to write these words down in paper. Papyrus was used by the Greeks, Romans, and Israeli people to report any phenomena that was going on in their world. I think, anything that was seen that is extraordinary was seen from the ancient world, but a ton of information from the ancient world, especially the ancient library Alexandria was lost in the great fire of Alexandria in 44 B.C when Julius Caesar burned it down accidentally.
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