While working on putting the Crown Diamond
revelation on paper, I was led to work with a messianic fellowship
that was utilizing the Paleo-Hebrew script, which they called
Ketav Levonah, or the Writings of Light. Immediately, I perceived
that this most ancient of Western alphabets is integral to the
Crown Diamond display, as demonstrated in the Alphabet
After many years of work and study,
I was instrumental in formatting and editing the Bet
HaShem Torah Dictionary, which examines
Torah word forms in light of their hieroglyphic meanings in the
kabbalistic art of notaricon. The work was so rewarding that
I was compelled to compile a Torah manuscript using the Paleo-Hebrew
script. That version is available in both .gif and .pdf format
at http://www.bethashem.org, Other pdf versions of Torah are available
by following the links at the crowndiamond.org
download center. Many other language
tools are also available at the Bet HaShem site.
As I contemplated what would be most
useful in facilitating study of Torah in its original language,
I realized that web hypertext technology will make it possible
to create an online version of Torah that links dictionary definitions
with the actual Torah text. The first step, which is now completed,
was to create the html Torah. The next step, now underway, will
be to create a hypertext Torah dictionary, and finally linking
the definitions to the online text.
To use this study tool, you will need
to install the Paleo-Hebrew font appropriate to your platform.
In the coming months, I intend to make greater use of Ketav Levonah
throughout the site, and having the font installed on your machine
will enable you to benefit fully from the advantages this technology
has to offer. To download the font your machine will recognize,
please select the download-to-disk option for the font version
you need from the four options listed below.