First Principles

The Ancient Aramaic language (Leeshana Ateeqah) is the language Eashoa Msheekha spoke, and the Scriptures have been preserved intact only in this language.

The Scriptures have not been preserved in Hebrew or Aramaic; these are different languages that, albeit, evolved from the Leeshana Ateeqah, but they are not the same language anymore. There is one Leeshana Ateeqah. The other Aramaic languages are not the same language. All versions of Hebrew and Aramaic are not the same language. They have all evolved from the Leeshana Ateeqah.

The Leeshana Ateeqah, or Ancient Tongue, is the language of the authentic Scriptures. All other versions of the Scriptures are translations from the Leeshana Ateeqah.

The Leeshana Ateeqah was invented in Bet Nahrein (Mesopotamia). It was the language in which the Scriptures were originated.

The Leeshana Ateeqah was formalized in Nineveh, capital of Ashur. Its script emerged out of cuneiform. Its alphabet was based on the cuneiform symbols.

None of the languages of the world are the authentic language of the Scriptures. Greek and Latin are not the original languages of the Scriptures. All of the English language translations of the Bible have been made from the Greek and Latin versions.

The Ancient Aramaic language is called Ashurit in modern Hebrew. It is recognized as the original language of the Scriptures, in which all the prophets wrote. None of them wrote in Hebrew or Aramaic.

The only script of the Ancient Aramaic language that has preserved the Scriptures intact is that of the Ancient Church of the East. This is the Church that the Roman Emperor Constantine persecuted and drove into Mesopotamia and Persia.

The Ancient Church of the East however survived for centuries and was the biggest Church in Christendom for one thousand years. Now there is only a small remnant of this Church left in the world, and the Ancient Aramaic Scriptures have survived.

After the Roman Empire converted to Christianity, about a thousand years ago, the Roman Church adopted the Greek and Latin Bibles, which were plagiarized from the original scrolls of the Scriptures that were confiscated and collected by Constantine and others that followed him.

The Ancient Aramaic Scriptures are the only ones remaining intact from the times of Eashoa Msheekha and the Apostles. We know these are authentic because it can be proven linguistically that Eashoa Msheekha read from them in the synagogues of Judea.

The Ancient Aramaic Scriptures are reliable. They have been preserved by the Ancient Church of the East.

This translation project is based on the Ancient Aramaic Scriptures of the Ancient Church of the East. It is not based on the Hebrew or Aramaic of the Dead Sea Scrolls or any other archeological discoveries of any other scrolls claimed to have been preserved by other churches or individuals.

Mar. 28, 2014

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