The Letter Aleph & The Secret of The Name

Hello everyone, we’re back with yet another little video in our “Biblical Hebrew for Beginners” series. Today’s topic: the letter Aleph, its connection to the Name (of God) and the origins of the custom of not pronouncing it. Watch on Youtube | Watch on Facebook

July 18, 2017


Decoding The Structure Of Truth – The Hebrew Word “Emet”

In these times of relativization, “fake-news” and “post-factual” discourse, where every discussion about “truth” eventually ends up with the question: “Whose truth?” it can be interesting to explore new perspectives through ancient sources. Today we’re back again with yet another installment of our new “Biblical Hebrew For Beginners” series, teaching you one Hebrew word at … Continue reading

July 11, 2017


“Shamaim”, The Hebrew Word for Heavens, or: Why There is Water Above

In today’s video we talk about the Biblical Hebrew word for heavens, “Shamaim”, and its psychological and spiritual implications. By splitting the word into different components (as shown in ancient Hebrew lore & literature) you can unlock hidden meanings of the original Hebrew concept that tend to get lost in translation. As always, please feel … Continue reading

July 6, 2017


What Is the Meaning Of The “Rib” In the Creation Of The Woman? – (Genesis, Ch. 2)

As we’re slowly translating each video of our new series about selected Bible verses to English, we’re happy to present to you a new episode (with subtitles): In this video we are looking at verse 22 from Genesis, Chapter2: “And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from the man, made He a woman, … Continue reading

January 23, 2017


Who are the “little foxes” in Song of Songs (2:15)?

Recently, we started a new series on our Hebrew Youtube channel about selected Bible verses. In the following episode we’re taking a closer look at Song of Songs, 2:15: “Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vineyards; for our vineyards are in blossom.” In order to make this series more accessible for Hebrew … Continue reading

January 19, 2017