Thursday, 12 November 2015
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I feel drawn to learn Hebrew but I would like to be thorough and in essence, learn it in its purest form, without creating corruption or confusion.

1. Do the instructors who know/ study the Hebrew alphabet from the esoteric/ Kabbalah stand point (as taught on this site) also read/speak conversational Hebrew?

2. This site focuses on Hebrew terms and words – so if we study the Bible in Hebrew, should we focus on the main terms (I suppose by simply finding the original Hebrew of a word in the English Bible and studying it in it's original meaning) , instead of being able to read the whole Bible in Hebrew (since you would need to know "regular words", grammar, structure).

3. Should one learn Hebrew strictly from this site as opposed to using outside/ internet sources?

4. Is the Hebrew being spoken/used now fundamentally different from the ancient Hebrew?

5. Is it possible to learn Hebrew on this site (esoteric, Kabbalah meaning) but also learn "modern" Hebrew to know grammar, pronouns, words, sentence forming, etc. or would this result in an "impure mix"?

6. Is the method mentioned in question #2: Reading the Bible, finding the original word in Hebrew and studying it out, enough?



Thank you!
6 years ago
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#10663
Accepted Answer
All of the languages in this world are degenerated, even Hebrew. You will not find any such thing as a "pure" language in this world.

I believe your question is best answered by reflecting on your purpose: if your purpose is to awaken consciousness and liberate yourself from suffering so that you can help humanity, you do not need to learn the whole Hebrew language. Learn the basics, learn Kabbalah, and meditate a lot. That is what we do, and it is sufficient for our purpose.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

6 years ago
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#10663
Accepted Answer
All of the languages in this world are degenerated, even Hebrew. You will not find any such thing as a "pure" language in this world.

I believe your question is best answered by reflecting on your purpose: if your purpose is to awaken consciousness and liberate yourself from suffering so that you can help humanity, you do not need to learn the whole Hebrew language. Learn the basics, learn Kabbalah, and meditate a lot. That is what we do, and it is sufficient for our purpose.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

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