Pieces of the Puzzle – The Writing of The Word

According to the Great Hall of Records, the global flood that Noah and his family survived, occurred in 2370 B.C.E. Although archaeologists have asserted earlier dates to a large number of clay tablets excavated from the pre-flood period; they have done so on speculation and not fact. The clay tablets are not dated documents; the dates assigned to them are conjectural theory by those seeking to establish their own time-frame of Biblical chronology.

Since humankind was created in Father’s image – that being Her attributes, and that the Word Michael, now also the King Messiah Christ Jesus, played an important part in relationship to Father’s creation as a Living Word, it is self evident that writings were a part of Man’s cultural traits in the pre-flood world; and this being true even though the Word makes no mention or reference to any writings in that period; but the Word gives only a basic understanding of that era, and much is left out because it is unnecessary to our learning process of what went on in the dawn of that world destined for future destruction. All things concerning that era are however recorded at the Great Hall of Records for future reference in the spirit realm.

The Word does give other details within the Holy Scriptures concerning the pre-flood era; all things written beforehand were written as pieces for the Great Jigsaw Puzzle that we call the “Holy Bible.” Unless the pieces are essential to our learning process of correctly inserting the pieces for the complete truth, then they are omitted. It does not make mention every time someone went to the outhouse, but we all know that the natural order provided for such things, and speaking or putting thoughts on clay tablets was no less a natural progression of Father’s purpose for Mankind.

In today’s advanced society, we still do much of what was done in the pre-flood era; the building of cities; the development of musical instruments and the study of musical theory; the forging of iron and bronze for the purpose of making tools and ornaments; these things all had their start long before Father ended that ancient world with a global deluge.

Genesis 4:17-22 “Cain knew his wife intimately, and she conceived and gave birth to Enoch. Then Cain became the builder of a city, and he named the city Enoch after his son. Irad was born to Enoch, Irad fathered Mehujael, Mehujael fathered Methushael, and Methushael fathered Lamech. Lamech took two wives for himself, one named Adah and the other named Zillah. Adah bore Jabal; he was the father of the nomadic herdsmen. 21 His brother was named Jubal; he was the father of all who play the lyre and the flute. Zillah bore Tubal-cain, who made all kinds of bronze and iron tools. Tubal-cain’s sister was Naamah.”

If you consider the above accomplishments from the things provided in Mother Earth by Father, then it’s not hard to understand that Mankind also developed a form of writing that was universal in that day and time; it was to later be passed down through Noah and his family as what we have come to call “Hebrew.” The Hebrew language was the language Adam and Eve were endowed with; it is in Father’s eyes the perfect language, and it will again be taught and spoken during and after the Millennium.

As this language was universal for a time even after the Great Flood, the Israelites used an alphabet, that although was varied from the original pre-flood era, is similar to the writings that existed in the doomed world Noah and his family left behind; after Yahweh confused Man’s language at Babel, a number of systems of various writings was developed in order to reestablish communication among those that could comprehend one another; The Assyrians, the Babylonians, and others used cuneiform script…

cuneiform >adjective 1 relating to the wedge-shaped characters used in the ancient writing systems of Mesopotamia, Persia, and Ugarit. 2
chiefly Biology wedge-shaped. >noun cuneiform writing.
-ORIGIN from Latin cuneus ‘wedge’.

… which was advanced by the Sumerians from their pictographic writing.

pictograph (also pictogram) >noun 1 a pictorial symbol for a word or phrase. 2 a pictorial representation of statistics on a chart, graph, or computer screen.
-DERIVATIVES pictographic >adjective.
-ORIGIN from Latin pingere ‘to paint’.

Pictographic representations were also part of the pre-flood culture, and is why there is nothing new under the Sun. Visions given by Father in pictorial form……

pictorial >adjective of or expressed in pictures; illustrated. >noun a newspaper or periodical with pictures as a main feature.
-DERIVATIVES pictorially >adverb.
-ORIGIN Latin pictorius, from pictor ‘painter’.

…… were drawn as memory served those receiving the visions. The Egyptians utilized hieroglyphic……

hieroglyphic >noun (hieroglyphics) writing consisting of hieroglyphs. >adjective of or written in hieroglyphs.
-DERIVATIVES hieroglyphical >adjective.
-ORIGIN Greek hierogluphikos, from hieros ‘sacred’ + gluph ‘carving’.

…… writing consisting of distinct but uniformly carved and painted pictorial representations and geometric forms; all things developed in the pre-flood era, and then refined in the post-flood era down to our day and time.

Because though the English language is presently universal, it belongs to Dawn’s time of testing pre-Armageddon; all things in the New Order will be under the new covenant. What was in the beginning will again be in the Millennium to bring things back to what Father originally planned for mankind. The confusing of languages at Babel was a turning point for mankind – farther away from Father; the reunification to the original language given by Father will be a symbol of being guided back to Father and Her original Plan for mankind.

The “Y” is not actually an English symbol, even though it correctly spells the first letter in Father’s name; the Y is actually the Divine Symbol in heaven for Father’s presence; whether the Y is a coincidence in the English spelling, that is debatable – but it nonetheless is and has been to represent Father in symbolic language in the spirit realm since the Word’s creation at the start.

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