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14. Nun | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | The Bronze Serpent, a Revealing Map, Noah Finds Grace, and more

Misconceptions about the letter Nun, the Bronze Serpent in the Old and New Testaments, and North, South, East & West as YHVH sees it.



0:00 Intro
0:57 The Bronze Serpent in the Old Testament
2:42 Letter meanings
2:56 Noah found grace
3:22 YASHUA and the Bronze Serpent
4:34 Trying to describe Father’s throne
5:44 Word picture: River (“nahar”)
6:06 Word picture: Negev
6:43 North, South, East, and West as YHVH sees it
7:42 It’s a snake, not a seed
9:28 Ancient Bronze Age scripts
12:34 Late Bronze Age collapse
14:00 How Nachash probably changed to “Nun”
15:17 The snake in the Garden
16:16 Song: Father of Lights



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