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It was suggested previously that the alphabet as preserved in the Hebrew Script represents the original Indo-European Language and that each letter represents a sound, number and idea.
They represent numbers 7, 8 and 9 respectively. The Hebrew Letters are as seen in the image below.
The ‘z’ sound represents the number seven. It separates the days into weeks. It was used historically in other ways such as the jubilee which was the fiftieth year following 7 x 7 years.
Consider that it suggests the idea: to sever and severeness.
The next letter ‘ch’ has value 8. Numerically it can be associated with 2 x 2 x 2,
or 2 + 2 + 2 + 2, or a number which grows incrementally.
Consider it suggests the idea: to change. We find it used in such common words as chatter, chemistry and chew.
The next letter ‘t’ has value 9. It is the last number before 10 and in base 10 (the system we use) it is the highest digit before the numbers repeat again. It is a stopping point, a tie, not a division as in ‘d’.
Consider that it suggests the idea: a place of union, linear action.
From Anglo-Saxon note these examples using these letters:
sa = bucket, sig = to sink (sun), syfre = sober;
cheow = to chew; che = change, shift, cine = chine, fissure;
tieg = tie, bind, ta = rod, spread, toe, tima = time.
Note the meaning of the words as they are found in series as provided by the alphabet’s order. Continuing where we left off:
wf-z or fys = feeze, drive away
z-ch or secg = ‘sedge’, reed, sword, warrior
ch-t or ‘chette’ = chatter from raescettan = crackle, creak.
Before we had these significant ideas: ‘a’ source, ‘b’ to be bisected, ‘g’ action, rotation, ‘d’ a division or state,‘h’ on high, and ‘wf’ ongoing. Each is represented by a short sound.
Now we have these ideas: ‘z’ to sever, severeness, ‘ch’ to change, and ‘t’ a place of union, linear action.
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