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Does a rock in New Mexico show the Ten Commandments in ancient Hebrew?

 
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Does a rock in New Mexico show the Ten Commandments in ancient Hebrew?
Harvard professor says yes.

Los Lunas is also home to a curious artifact of mysterious origin: an 80-ton stone bearing a written code that is eight and a half lines long. The stone itself is about four and a half feet tall, its back end embedded into the mountain in the desert that is near the town. The characters etched into its surface are white, deeply engraved, and strangely geometric. They are chiseled in long, precise lines and seem to be grouped together in clusters resembling words. Every so often, a dot approximating a period appears after one of the clusters.

Who wrote this code in the heart of the Rio Abajo desert, and in what language is it written? For a while, the jury was out.

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Re: Does a rock in New Mexico show the Ten Commandments in ancient Hebrew?
This link contains information on the history of the Las Lunas Decalogue Stone.

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The stone inscription is carved in old-Hebrew letters. These are almost identical in shape and font-style with Phoenician characters.

This link provides the English translation of the inscription on the Las Lunas Decalogue Stone in parallel with the ancient Hebrew characters.

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Re: Does a rock in New Mexico show the Ten Commandments in ancient Hebrew?
How old is the Las Lunas Decalogue Stone?

On the top of Hidden Mountain [where the Las Lunas Decalogue Stone is located] there is a special petroglyph which seems to depict a sky-map.

This petroglyph is referred to as a Zodiac Calender Stone. It is laid out on the broken pieces of a flat rock. The researcher David Deal has done some detailed studies of this calendar stone during the 1970s and 1980s and even found some broken off pieces from further down the hill. His conclusion, after comparing them with known astronomic sky maps over that area for the past centuries, is that they depict a nearly total solar eclipse over New Mexico from the year 107 B.C.E. This, along with the fact that there used to be an ancient habitation or small fortification on top of that hill, points to a time period before Christ.

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