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The Genetic Code of All Languages; Part-7 (Korean Hangul Alphabets)

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53 pages21 minutes

Summary

Korean 'Hangul' alphabets follows the same rule of construction, applicable for all alphabets of other languages, like, English, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Cyrillic, Phoenician, Armenian, Georgian, Coptic, Bengali, Hindi, Tibetan, Thai and so on. The 'Universal Programming' capability of 'The Genetic Code of All Languages' not only decode all alphabets and numerals of different languages, but also words, sentences and certain other subjects. So keep on following all the books from the book series to know, how our languages work.

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