Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The stone cleaned of lichens and chalked.
10 Commandments rock or "Decalogue Stone" found in Los Lunas, New Mexico.
"The world’s oldest Hebrew inscription of the Ten Commandments
which turned up in New Mexico in the nineteenth century — a replica
of which has yet to be made. This Decalogue was inscribed in
Hebrew (using a quasi-Phoenician script) on the flat face of
a large basalt boulder on a mesa now known as “Mystery
Mountain” or “Hidden Mountain,” three miles west of Los
Lunas. Given its antiquity, the monumental bolder is of some
significance for early American history."
The Book of Mormon was written in Hebrew in an abbreviated script
from another culture as well. It was called "shorthand Egyptian".
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Found In November of 1860 by David Wyrick of Newark Ohio, with The Ohio Ten Commandment (Decalogue) Stone box, made of wood, is written in square Post Exilic Monumental Hebrew letters. Deemed a fraudulent plant by many, " Official experts of Archaeology", it would seem to suggest a Hebrew People once live in the Americas.
Old Negev Alphabet With Corresponding Hebrew Words
On the top right is the word for God, "El." It is written using the archaic form of the vowel aleph, which was also depicted as an animal head with two horns. The lamed remained largely unchanged from the archaic form to that of old Negev script. The entire top of this panel can thus be read, from left to right, as our modern equivalent to "praise to the one God," or quite simply, "Praise God."
Jesus said, John 10: 16
"And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd."