We know the lies have sinked in for ages, but we must say the truth so that those who care can be set free from lies. And for the world to know the truth of history, the powers of this world and their scholars must accept the inevitable reality that just as the oldest human culture and religion were practiced first in sub-Saharan Africa, so also is the oldest language of mankind spoken first in Africa.
This original language of the universe is not extinct. Not every human group migrated out of Africa. Some ancient people, especially some among the priesthood, remain in Africa to this day. The core family of Umu- Ebo (children of Eber) in the Adama lineage of Seth (Ezeana) claim to have no living memory or written history of migrating from anywhere. So, if scholars desire to trace this endangered ancient language, they must first overcome prejudice, remove politics from religion, and direct their attention to Igboland of Nigeria in sub-Saharan Africa, where the oldest human culture and religion were first practiced, and the first language spoken on earth. Igbo are still the custodians to the most ancient priesthood - the Adama priesthood, and speak the same ancient language that we know today as Igbo (Hebrew).
The substitute or generic Hebrew language that the world has mistaken for the true Hebrew language did not fool Custance. He knows that the modern secular Hebrew as it is spoken in Israel today is not the true Hebrew language because it cannot give the world the correct meanings to the names of the Biblical patriarchs or the names of God. However, what Custance did not know,
justifiably, is that the word “Hebrew” is the evolutional word outcome of the name of the first language. The original language of the universe, or the first language on earth, is called “Igbo”, a short form of saying “Ndi-Gboo” which means, “ancient people”, and in this case, ancient language.
It is only in Igbo (Hebrew) language that the names of God and the hosts of heaven, as well as those of the pre-Babel human ancestors, have their true meanings. This is why most Jewish, Christian, and Arabian people today do not know the meanings of the names of the Hebrew patriarchs and of Ishmael. Hence, Custance has confirmed my position that neither modern Jews nor any other religious group knows, speaks or understands the true Hebrew language, which is Igbo (ancient) language.
In expressing his belief that Hebrew is not the original language, Custance showed how the Jewish people, in catering to their national pride, treated the subject in one of the rabbinical commentaries, quoting Rabbi Hershon commenting on the Hebrew language, as follows: The sacred tongue, Hebrew, was spoken by all till the generation of the Confusion of Tongues, for the world was created with the sacred tongue; but now each of the 70 angels took one nation and instructed it in a new language;
but God instructed Israel in the Hebrew language. Igbo (Hebrew) language is older than the universe because it is the very language that God spoke in creating the universe, but the part that says that 70 angels instructed the Nations while God instructed Israel “might be interpreted as arrogance by people looking for a reason to hate Jewish people.” Assuming that the confusion of language affected all peoples, I can understand if Rabbi Hershon had said that the 70 angels instructed the Nations but God instructed the Hebrews from whom Abraham descended.
Not everyone was involved in the rebellion that took place at Babel (Gen. 11:1-9). It is probable that the confusion of language did not affect the speech/tongue of the priestly pure seed lineage of Seth led by the patriarch, Shem (Chima), who is the enigmatic
Melchizedek (Mala chi Ezedike – “know God, the powerful king”), the Adama Priest of the Most High God - El Elyon (Elu Elu iyi enu – “the Most Exalted One above the divine sea”).
The Igbo people of Nigeria spoke the Hebrew language from the very beginning of life on earth. And this is why it is only Igbo (Hebrew) language that can provide the means to knowing the meanings of Biblical Hebrew names that the present generic or substitute Hebrew language of today has so far failed to provide.
by euegene Akannam