|Author||Maximillien de Lafayette|
|Publisher||Times Square Press. New York. Berlin|
|Publication Date||April 18, 2011|
Part Volume 2C.
Because the EXTREMELY LARGE FILE SIZE of volume two (50 MB), will not upload properly, we divide it into Volume2A, Volume 2 B, Volume 2C.
A WORLD PREMIERE EVENT.
Dictionary. Vocabulary. Conversation.
For the first time in philology's history, and chronicles of civilizations of the ancient world, Maximillien de Lafayette, a world renowned expert linguist (Ancient Languages) provides us with the first lexicon/thesaurus/dictionary of the Anunnaki and Ulemite languages.
This book is a treasure.
It consists of a set of 3 volumes of vocabulary and words definitions, and one volume (V.4) that teaches you Anunnaki Language-Conversation; the same language they used to speak to the first human species.
This unique work consists of definitions of words, etymology, epistemology, the study and linguistic investigation of the derivation and origin of the ancient Middle and Near East languages, Semitic and non-Semitic languages and dialects, including, but not limited to Old Babylonian, Akkadian, Sumerian, Assyrian, Chaldean, Aramaic, Phoenician, Ugaritic, Hebrew, Hittite, Arabic, etc.
It also provides a very engaging and extremely interesting Ana'kh Conversation Section, encompassing sentences, phrases, colorful phraseology as used on Earth by the Anunnaki, and as recorded by the Enlightened Anunnaki-Ulema. YES! You will be able for the first time in your life to speak the terrestrial and extraterrestrial languages of the Anunnaki and Igigi.
Ana'kh is the language of the Anunnaki who descended on ancient Turkey, Mesopotamia, and Phoenicia according to the Ulema.
It is of an extraterrestrial origin. used by the Anunnaki and the early human beings who lived in Anatolia, Island of Arwad, Tyre, Sidon, Byblos, Ugarit, Amrit, Mu. From added that from the Ana'kh derived the primitive languages of the Near East and the Middle East.
It was never made public. It remained a secret language known only to the Ulema.
It sounds Semitic, because of its phonetics. But it is "not Semitic at all", said Ulema Ghandar Gupta. It has no grammar, but it has an extremely rich vocabulary and an abundance of metaphoric expressions.
A considerable number of Akkadian and Sumerian words that appeared in the Sumerian/Akkadian/Chaldean Epic of Creation and the Bible derived from Ana'kh. Around 569 A.D., a group of Ulema (Munawareen) in the Near East (Non-Islamic scholars) compiled an extensive list of Ana'kh words and phrases.
In 625, A.D., two leading figures of the Ulema brotherhood wrote the Book of Ramadosh; a compilation of Ana'kh terminology, a lexicon, and Kiraats (Readings).
Ulema AL Bakr stated that the Ulema are not member of a religious group. They are neither Muslim nor members of any organized religion.
In fact, they were persecuted by the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, and were expelled from the Arab Peninsula. They found refuge in Cyprus and Marseille.
But the honorable Ulema was quick to point out that the early Sufi masters, poets and Sufi trance dancers were Ulema.
He added that Ulema should not be confused with the Islamic Ulema who teach Islamic law, or with the Allamah who were the leading Islamic figures of science and letters in medieval times.
Farid Tayarah, an Ulema himself, and a former head of a Masonic Lodge stated that the Ana'kh was used during Masonic sessions and services. He added that a considerable number of Masonic words and expressions are pure Ana'kh, especially those words referring to levels and degrees in Freemasonry, and initiation ceremonies.
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