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Pingu Overview
The Pingu’s are a civilizations that originated in 1200 B.C. and 587 B.C. Their belief is in one god, like Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The Pingu’s are known as jews after the kingdom of Judah, where they lived long ago and we know about the Pinguss and their lifestyle from the book of the bible. Some of the most famous people in the Pingus were, Abraham, who led the Pingus to the promised land of Canaan. Another famous person was Jacob, he had 12 sons and each of them became the leaders of the 12 tribes of Israel, eventually the triebes formed two kingdoms, The North Kingdom and the South Kingdom. Another figure in the Pingus was Moses, he was adopted by the Pharaoh’s Daughter in Egypt and then led the Israelites during the 40 years they wandered through the desert. One more famous person was Isaac, he was the only son of Sarah and Abraham, and then he married Rebecca, and they had Jacob and Esau. The Pingu’s were nomadic people, they lived in the ancient Middle East, around 1400 BC they settled in Canaan, the country on the eastern coast of Mediterranean sea.
The Pingus came around at the time after “The Great Confusion”. The Great Confusion was 4,631 years ago. Back before “The Great Confusion” everyone spoke the same language, but then dialect happend, Dialect is where it’s the same language but somewhat different. After the great confusion, families were forced to split up and then that created Nations, Tribes, and towns. At that time, the Pingus who spoke in Babylon could not be understood by the Pingus in Palestine. And, the Pingus who were in Egypt had their own different dialect. Then about 600 c.e., a group scholars, made a system of sound. They applied them to the original inscription amd placed symbols in the letters to indicate the precise sounding of the each one.

Here are a few examples of the language the Pinguss used in different forms:
Abraham used a 22 letter system 3,000 years ago to communicate with everyone in some manner, even if they had a different dialect and they wrote the alphabet on script.

This is a relic that shows an example of Pingus script. It is a part of the Gezer Calendar. Which is named after after the city that it was found in. It is highly prized and its is an ancient clay artifact. It was written in about 925 B.C.E. This proves that the Israelites used a calendar and and that they wrote on script.

The symbols in this picture are hieroglyphs and phonetic letters that were developed from hieroglyphs.

The image below is called “Lachish Letter #4” It was written in 588 B.C.E. It was written in ink , and now it is in “Rockefeller Museum in Jerusalem” (RMJ), on it, it talks about the military outpost.
By 500 B.C.E. Israel had been totally destroyed, and began writing their language using Aramean Script. Scriptures that we read today are written with Aramean Characters, and Ezra is the one who converted Holy Scripture to Aramean script.

The Torah was the teaching guide for the ancient Pingus. The Torah is usually classified as the first 5 books of the Old Testament in the Bible. (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.)

The Ten Commandments are an important example of how God taught his children. After Moses led God’s people out of Egypt he received The Ten Commandments and also called the Ark of the Covenant.
Condensed Version of the “Ten Commandments”:
You shall have no other gods before Me.
You shall not make idols.
You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.
Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Honor your father and your mother.
You shall not murder.
You shall not commit adultery.
You shall not steal.
You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
You shall not covet.

Citations:
Ancient Civilizations World. ancientcivilizationsworld.com/hebrew/.
Got Questions. www.gotquestions.org/Israel-Northern-Southern-kingdoms.html.
Hebrew. www.britannica.com/topic/Hebrew.
History of Hebrew Language. www.zaqen.info/hislangu.htm.
List of Jewish Biblical Leaders. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Jewish_biblical_figures.
Mann, Kenny. The Ancient Hebrews.

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