Hebrew Aleph Bet

12-25-2016, Hebrew 5777, Ethiopic 7509

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To the glory, honor, praise and power of Yahoshua Ben YHWH, who led me into consciousness:

The Hebrew Aleph Bet

Chag Sameach! Happy Hanukkah! Shalom Tena Yis Tiling greetings!  The Hebrew Aleph Bet are ancient letters of Messianic Ethiopian Hebrew Israelite Rastafari Jews. The word Aleph Bet are the name of the first two letters of the Aleph Bet. (א  ב). The letters are read from right to left. Aleph Bet that are used today are a combination of ancient, Biblical and modern Hebrew. Some additions to the language that were made by Ashkanazi Jews are to be ciphered and understood in the context of who they are and what and why they have done what they have done. Not to get side tracked by their agenda and or activities, once you learn the Hebrew Aleph Bet, you are able to read ancient Biblical documents such as  The Great Isaiah, Temple, War , Community Rule, Habkkuk and  the so called, “Dead Sea Scrolls”

The Hebrew Letter chart above a basic visual of Ancient Paleo Hebrew Letters and their meaning.

This Modern Hebrew Letter Chart provides letters Aleph through Vav, how they look in print, in cursive and how they sound.

This Modern Hebrew Letter Chart provides letters Vav-Fey, how they look in print, in cursive and how they sound.

This Modern Hebrew Letter Chart provides letters Tzadik-Tav, how they look in print, in cursive and how they sound. For those who home school, practice writing each letter in cursive. The letters in the second row from the right provide an example of how the letters are written. The words in the seventh row from the right provide an example of how the letter sounds. The bold part of the words in the seventh column,  from the right, are the part of the word sound that the letter makes.

There are 22 letters in modern Hebrew. Three of the letters change pronunciation when a dot “dagesh” is added in the middle of the letter, they are “Bet, Kaf and Pey”.  Five of the letters change their form when they are used at the end of a word. That form change is called “sofit”, they are Chaf Sofit, Mem Sofit, Nun Sofit, Fey Sofit, and Tzadik Sofit”.

Many words are pronounced the same in English and in Hebrew, or are alike. You can make flash cards for each of the letters and or use flash cards that Raising Up The House of Judah provides.  You can practice writing the letters in the air , and or with coloring pages with school aged children. You can cut and paste the cards to a document page on your computer, print and enjoy with all ages! As you learn and or after you learn  the letters you can teach the letters to your children by playing games, with them for fun Messianic Ethiopian Hebrew Israelite Rastafari experience!

There are on line tutorials that assist with learning the Hebrew letters. Raising Up The House of Judah Hebrew Aleph Bet Flash Cards,  have both the Hebrew cursive and print forms. We also have a Hebrew Aleph Bet Pronunciation Video that you can sing along with! You can use those tools  and or you may use other Hebrew Flash cards, videos and color pages that can be found on line by typing “Hebrew Aleph Bet Flash Cards, video and coloring pages”. You may  watch Raising Up The House of Judah Aleph Bet Pronunciation Video, here.  

Hebrew Aleph Bet puzzles are a fun way to enhance learning.

You are encouraged to bake cookies in the shape of the aleph bet. You can practice and focus on a letter for a period of time. Prepare baked cookies in the shape of that letter. Have your child to say, sing, draw, and or write the aleph bet. Reward them with a cookie baked in the shape of the focus letter! Learning and teaching the Hebrew Aleph bet as you home school enhances life and love in Messianic Ethiopian Hebrew Israelite Rastafari life, livity and love!

Seek first the Kingdom of  Yahoshua Ben YHWH, YHWH Elohim, Jerusalem, O Bats of Zion, and everything else will be added to Yahoshua Ben YHWH’s, YHWH Elohim’s, Menfes Kedus, Ruach Kadesh, Divine Mother, HIM Qedamawi Haile Selassie I.

For more information:  www.raisingupthehouseofjudah.wordpress.com ; email us at yahoshuasbatofzion@gmail.com

 

Ihit Ahkotee,

Mary Rose

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