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Hebrew Old Testament refers to Old Testament written in Hebrew. Mainstream scholars and Jewish owned media deceptively uses "Biblical Hebrew" in order to make people believe that Hebrew Old Testament came from Biblical Period.

But Hebrew Old Testament manuscripts only date from 9 or 10 century AD. It must be noted that Hebrew Old Testament is written by Jewish scribes who didn't believe in Jesus Christ and it is filled with errors, mistranslations, and contradictions. Many of them can be read here [1].

The Aleppo Codex, known in Hebrew as Keter Aram Tzova is probably the most famous manuscript of Hebrew Tanach, written in the 9th or 10th century by the school of the great Massorete Ben Asher [2].

The Cairo Codex (or Codex Cairensis) is believed to be the oldest extant Hebrew manuscript containing the complete text of the Neviim written by the school of Ben Asher. It is only dated from the year 895 CE according to its colophon [2].

The Leningrad Codex (or Codex Leningradensis) is one of the oldest manuscripts of the complete Tanach produced according to the Tiberian mesorah. It is only dated from the year 1008 according to its colophon[2].

Aramaic replaced Old Hebrew as the language of Hebrews during Babylonian Captivity [3]. The language of Jesus Christ and first century Israel was Aramaic [4]. In Aramaic New Testament (Peshitta), it is confirmed that Jesus Christ and first century Israel used Aramaic Old Testament.

In Aramaic NT, Jesus Christ uses Aramaic word "Auraytha" in Matthew 11:13, Matthew 12:5, and Matthew 22:40 for the law of Moses[5]. Not the Hebrew word Torah.

According to Dead Sea Scrolls archaeologist, Yigael Yadin, Aramaic was the language of Hebrews until False Messiah Simon Bar Kokhba tried to revive Hebrew and make it as the official language of Hebrews during Bar Kokhba revolt (132-135 AD). Yigael Yadin noticed the shift from Aramaic to Hebrew during the time of Bar Kokhba revolt. In Book "Bar Kokhba: The rediscovery of the legendary hero of the last Jewish Revolt Against Imperial Rome" Yigael Yadin notes, "It is interesting that the earlier documents are written in Aramaic while the later ones are in Hebrew. Possibly the change was made by a special decree of Bar-Kokhba who wanted to restore Hebrew as the official language of the state"(page 181).

In Book "A Roadmap to the Heavens: An Anthropological Study of Hegemony among Priests, Sages, and Laymen (Judaism and Jewish Life)" by Sigalit Ben-Zion (Page 155), Yadin remarked: "it seems that this change came as a result of the order that was given by Bar Kokhba, who wanted to revive the Hebrew language and make it the official language of the state." According to Book "Naming the Witch: Magic, Ideology, and Stereotype in the Ancient World" written by Kimberly B. Stratton (p. 232), Yigael Yadin suggests that Bar Kokhba was trying to revive Hebrew by decree as part of his messianic ideology.

Hebrew in these Hebrew OT manuscripts (from 9th century/10th century AD) is very different from Old Hebrew spoken prior to Babylonian Captivity.

Hebrew revived by False Messiah Bar Kokhba during Bar Kokhba revolt (132-135 AD) is usually known as Mishnaic Hebrew.

Yigael Yadin mentions that 3 Bar Kokhba documents he and his team found at Nahal Hever are written in Mishnaic Hebrew [6].

Mishnaic Hebrew is very different from Old Hebrew (spoken prior to Babylonian captivity) and Mishnaic Hebrew had massive influences from Aramaic and also some influences from Greek as well.

Hebrew scholar David Steinberg points out that Mishnaic Hebrew had the profound influence of spoken Aramaic in vocabulary, semantics, and grammar including inflection; and the lesser influence of Greek [7].

Hebrew written in Hebrew OT manuscripts only dates from 9th century or 10th century AD which is several centuries after Bar Kokhba revived Hebrew. So both Mishnaic Hebrew and Hebrew in Hebrew OT should be completely separated from Old Hebrew (spoken prior to Babylonian Captivity).

The deception of Hebrew OT (Hebrew Masoretic Text)

Quoting (Excepts) from “The Holy Name and the Whys and Wherefores” by Adam de Witt:

"The MT [Masoretic Text] was copied, edited and distributed by the Jewish Masoretes between the seventh and tenth year-hundreds (centuries) . . . AFTER CHRIST!

It is this text that everyone, for spellbound reasons, calls the “Original Hebrew”. Yet it has been EDITED by Jews, of the usurper-line-of-Ashkenaz, over and over again. Now how on earth can anyone call this original?

Certainly Jesus nor the Apostles EVER used it, and even if it were around at their time, they would never have used it as it was written by liars, cheats, Identity Thieves, and those Jesus said they fordo (destroy) the word of God with their traditions, their ways, their reasoning...their editing. ‘Editing’ means to rewrite something to suit the one doing the changing. So how reliable is that when it comes from editing Antichrists?!?! The MT is thus a rag. (I will add at the end of account some good study matter on this issue.)

. . . The MT [Masoretic Text] is called the original Hebrew Bible but is neither Christian, Israelite, original, or used by the Son of God, nor written by Moses or quoted by the Apostles. It is a fraud, a Jewish fable. [8]"

Many of the errors and contradictions in Hebrew Masoretic Text is solved by Aramaic Old Testament known as Aramaic Peshitta Tanakh [1]. The language of Jesus Christ was Aramaic [9]. Not Hebrew.


Part of this article consists of modified text from Metapedia (which sadly became a Zionist shill), page http:en.metapedia.org/wiki/Old Testament and/or Wikipedia (is liberal-bolshevistic), page http:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old Testament, and the article is therefore licensed under GFDL.