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The  EƲE Language

Where did the EƲE Language come from?

A direct translation of the name of the 'Hebrew' would read 'IVRI', to its origin EƲE, pronounced EH-VEH, the term ‘Hebrew,’ is the English translation from Latin 'IVRI'. 


A term used to describe our forefather Eʋeraham. The word literally means "People (family) of the Valley."


Geographically, Eʋeraham came from the other side of the Valley unto the river Jordan since he came from Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq) to Kanan (Canaan), the land on the other side was known as the Kingdom Ebla. He was also both the physical and spiritual heir of Ever (Eber), Noa's great-great-grandson (hence the name EƲE) who lived on a higher spiritual plane than most of the world.


The name EƲE reflects an ideology of 'crossing to the other side'; Eʋeraham was on one side and the entire world was on the other.


The EƲE language comes from EƲEWO is what people know as the name of the Yasara (Israelites - Root: Akob/Jacob renamed to Yasara)  from as far as Ever, the Great-Great-Grandson of Noa through the lineage of Seme (Shem).


The name IVRI pronounced Erverh translated into Latin became, 'Hebraicus.' This name Hebraicus, as you can see yourself, is nowhere near the pronunciation of Erverh.

Therefore, instead of using the original name EƲE (EH-VEH), the translated Latin name Hebraicus carried into the European languages, which included English. The name “Hebrew,” is the result of translating the Latin “Hebraicus,” into English. Thus, the name, "Hebrew" is the result of a double translation of the original name Erverh.

There you have it! The proper pronunciation in the native language of the ancient Yasaravi designation, commonly known, as “Hebrew” in English is “EƲE” pronounced 'EH-VEH'. 

The Paleo EƲEWO Aleh-Beh

The Aleh-Beh (alphabet) of Scriptures is a Semitic language. The word Semitic comes from the name Seme (Shem), the son of Noa, whose descendants lived in the Middle East. Phoenician, EƲEWO (Hebrew), Aramaic, Syriac, and Arabic are all examples of Semitic languages. EƲEWO was the original language of Yasara.

The alphabet and language remained pure until the Babylonian Exile in 586 BC following the destruction of the Temple of Solomon in Yeruseleme (Jerusalem), spoken EƲE (Hebrew) came under the influence of Aramaic.

Aramaic became the prevailing language of the entire Middle East from about 700 BC through the time of Yahsiwɔ, due to the Dispersion of the people of Yasara to Babylon and Egypt.


The IVRI (Hebrew) language adopted the square script alphabet of Imperial Aramaic, known as Ketav Ashuri. Tradition holds that Ezra adopted the Aramaic square script alphabet in place of the Paleo-Hebrew alphabet during the post-exilic Restoration of Israel in the fifth century BC.


The Biblical Hebrew text available to us today is written in the Hebrew language with the adopted Imperial Aramaic alphabet.

The EƲEWO Original Oral Language

As discussed, the EƲEWO Language is a Semitic language. The word Semitic comes from the name Seme (Shem), the son of Noa, whose descendants lived in the Middle East. EƲEWO is the original language of the Yasaravi. The oral language is not lost just hidden from modern speakers.


We will present a video created by an independent EƲEWO scholar and biblical teacher, Seyram Adzanku. We were impressed with her knowledge and understanding of the EƲEWO Oral Language. We to have done our study into the EƲEWO language and feel confident that biblical teacher Seyram Adzanku did such a great job, why, reinvent the wheel, per se. 


Hebrew Ivri Ewe Eʋe The Black Man

Hebrew Ivri Ewe Eʋe The Black Man

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