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The ancient British language

The ancient British language

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Cumbrian, Welsh, Cornish and Bretton are all related to Hebrew!
Cumbrian, Welsh, Cornish and Bretton are all related to Hebrew!

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Categories:Types, Research, History
Published by: bahrmanou on Feb 14, 2011
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The Ancient British LanguageThe Ancient British Language
Isaiah 28:11 saysIsaiah 28:11 says, "For , "For with stammering lipswith stammering lipsand another tongue willand another tongue willhe speak to thishe speak to thispeople” (Israel)people” (Israel)
The Ancient British LanguageThe Ancient British Language
The Hebrew word for The Hebrew word for "stammering" here is"stammering" here is"LAEG""LAEG"reading right to leftreading right to leftbut English reads left tobut English reads left toright so it would beright so it would bepronouncedpronouncedGAELGAELininEnglish.English.

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Harry2011 added this note
I see the writer of this has never taken an elementary course in comparative historical linguistics, or in fact, an elementary course in anything to do with linguistics.
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