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  • Claude
    1 posts

    What does "eth" mean?

  • CycloManiac
    86 posts

    "eth" is the pronunciation of the "Aleph Tav".

  • JerryB
    3 posts

    Doesn't it mean "divine"?

  • CycloManiac
    86 posts

    The "eth" or the Aleph Tav is a divine marker within in the Hebrew text that points to the Messiah. It is a modifier of the direct object in the sentence, but it also points to our Saviour, the Aleph Tav, the beginning and the end. YAHUSHA HA'MASHIACH. Revelation 1:8 and 1:11.

  • funkyjive
    1 posts

    So in Chizayon 6:6

    "And I heard a voice in the midst of the four living creatures say, A measure of wheat for a dinar, and three measures of barley for a dinarius; and see you hurt not the eth-oil and the eth-wine"

    Is it correct to understand that 1) the aleph-tav appears in the original text in that context and has simply been brought over? and 2) an example interpretation of this in this context is "be sure not to hurt the Lord's oil and the Lord's wine"

    I am trying to bridge the culture here and understand. Thanks for your help.

  • CycloManiac
    86 posts

    Thanks for your post.

    Based on the internal evidence, we think the Book of Revelation was written in Hebrew. We are using a Hebrew translation of the Greek Stephanus Textus Receptus. And based on this text, we have put the "Aleph-Tav's" into the text.