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15. Samek | Paleo Hebrew Alphabet | The Word Selah, Animal Sacrifices, Shibboleth, Sukkot, and more

A paleo interpretation of the Hebrew word Selah, a battle over Hebrew pronunciation, 3.5 years in the wilderness at the end of days, and celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles in Millennium.



0:00 Intro to Samek (the letter) and Samak (the word)
1:47 Animal sacrifices in the Bible
3:49 Isaac blesses Jacob, forever
6:23 The many S sounds of Hebrew
7:12 Say “Shibboleth”
8:03 Hebrew pronunciation, now and in ancient times
9:01 Listen For Selah
10:38 Selah in the Psalms
10:58 If Selah is a musical notation, where are all the other notations..?
15:03 Does Selah mean pause and think?
15:43 A paleo interpretation of the word Selah
18:18 What we “Selah” to
20:30 Feast of Tabernacles: the meaning of the word Sukkot
22:47 The Tribes of Israel head back to the wilderness
27:12 Song: Days Are Sweet



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