[b-hebrew] YHWH pronunciation
Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Fri Aug 5 10:04:30 EDT 2005
> > Looks like there is a lot of "scholarly" speculation
>> going on here :) Is there any actual evidence in terms
>> of inscriptions and such from the pre-columbus era to
>> support a Cherokee Yahweh?
>> Best wishes,
>How could there be Cherokee "inscriptions" prior to Sequoia?
HH: Here's something I found:
THE CHEROKEE LANGUAGE
Sequoyah is credited by historians as the inventor of the Cherokee
syllabary. However, ancient lore asserts there was a written
Cherokee language thousands of years ago. According to legend, the
primeval Cherokee written language was lost as the tribe migrated
across the continent and their numbers dwindled according to living
conditions and influences of more numerous neighbors.
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