A Phonological Rule of the Pure Language

The restoration does not come without struggle. Sad part is your own people are your worst enemies. For the record, I do not now, nor have I ever taught that the letter ה/Ha is always silent and feminine. The monkeys (I know, I know, you shouldn't talk like that) saying that I do are hoping that you are as ignorant as they are and that you will fall for their own stupidity. Let me give you a real life example of the system I teach in the academy. Take a look at Thorah 2 (Exodus) 3:6. The Ghabaray phrase מהביט.אל־.האלהים "from looking at the Deity" has the letter ה/Ha in it three times. In the first word מהביט the letter ה/Ha is NOT silent because it is actually the first letter of a word. The letter מ/Ma in front of the word is a preposition prefix particle and its own word, "from". The word attached to this מ/Ma-prefix is pronounced HABAYT, "looking" (causative stem, infinitive construct). Put it all together and מהביט is pronounced ma-habayt, "from looking". Now the third word in this clause is האלהים which is the masculine singular noun "deity" prefixed by the definite article "the". The definite article "the" is the letter ה/Ha at the front of the noun אלהים and it is pronounced. It is NOT silent. However, the ה/Ha within the word אלהים is silent. This word is not pronounced Elo-Heem, as the Jews pronounce it. It is also not pronounced Ala-ha-yam as some uneducated OMPP guess that it is. It is pronounced Alah-aym. The last syllable is pronounced just like the English word "aim". The ה/Ha within this word is a silent placeholder for an unwritten a-class vowel after the letter ל/La. The letter ה/Ha is always a voice, tone bearing consonant at the beginning of words or at the beginning of a suffix at the end of words. It is silent whenever its positioned WITHIN words and at the end of words when it is not the first letter of a suffix. Where does this rule come from? Not from Ashkenazi Jews. They don't have this rule. It comes straight from His holy name which they don't have either. His name is YA'OH Always has been. Always will be. #EXODUS2023

A Phonological Rule of the Pure Language