July 14, 2019
Hi, I'm an extraterrestrial living on Earth. I came to Earth in coordination with a fleet of spaceships. We're extraterrestrial humans who are the AiLaḥ JāMi. When I was in space my body was converted into energy using our technology, and my energy was sent across space to Earth and into the womb of my mother where my energy transitioned states into my newly forming body and I incarnated on Earth. My incarnation on Earth in coordination with the arrival of our spaceships is documented in the Torah Code at ELS 233 Genesis 31:36-34:14.
The Torah was originally written in an Indo-European language. Scholars are unsure of how to pronounce the Ancient Hebrew of the Torah because the Indo-European vowels inherently attached to the Hebrew consonants are missing. To translate the Torah from Hebrew into Sanskrit to understand the original language of the Torah the Indo-European vowels of Sanskrit must be reattached to the transliterated Hebrew letters.
In Sanskrit the vowel sounds are inherently attached to the consonants and every consonant initially has a vowel sound of short a attached to the letter. That initial vowel sound can change to “long a, short and long i, u, and r, and l, e, ai, o, and au depending on the addition of characters connected to the letters. To translate the Torah from Hebrew into Sanskrit the Sanskrit vowels must be reattached to the Hebrew letters.
Genesis 1:1 transliterated from Hebrew is BRA SJT BRA ALH JM ATH SM JM V ATH AR DS. By adding Sanskrit vowels to the Hebrew consonants then Sanskrit words are formed. Genesis 1:1 in Sanskrit is BhaRaAi SaJāTa BhaRaAi AiLaḥ JāMi AiTaḥ SoMa JāMi Va AiTaḥ AiRa DeSha. भरऐ सजात भरऐ ऐलः जामि ऐतः सोम जामि व ऐतः ऐर देश. The words of Genesis 1:1 in Sanskrit can be defined as Formation of the Countrymen of the AiLaḥ JāMi Those of Space And Those of the Abundant Country.
The Hebrew word Elohim spelled in Hebrew in the Torah with the letters ALHJM becomes with the addition of Sanskrit vowels AiLaḥ JāMi. The AiLa people are defined as descendants of Ila in Sanskrit literature and are documented in the mythology of the Mahabharata. The Government of India once said on their official website on Sanskrit that the ancient AiLaḥ JāMi migrated from India to Germany where my ancestors are from.
For example, Ex. 26:31:1-5 וְעָשִׂיתָ פָרֹכֶת תְּכֵלֶת וְאַרְגָּמָן וְתֹולַעַת
transliterated as, VASJTPRKTTKLTVARGMNVT
can be translated into Sanskrit with the addition of Sanskrit vowels using a Sanskrit dictionary as, SaJāTa PaRa KeTu Ta KāLaTā Va AiRa RāGaMaNa VāTa
सजात SaJāTa: countrymen ; पर PaRa: exceeding ; केतु KeTu: flag ; कालता KāLaTā: blackness ; Va: and : ऐर AiRa: plenty of ; राग RāGa: red color ; गमन GaMaNa: motion ; वात VāTa: wind
Ex. 26:31 in Sanskrit describes countrymen having a black and red flag in the wind.
July 14, 2019