Of all the sayings of Jesus after being nailed to the cross, the saying 4
Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabacthani
எல்லோய் எல்லோய் லாமா சவக்(சாவு) தா நீ
is the only one which was recorded on his own words.
We are establishing here with sufficient proof that it was a saying in chaste Tamil.
Jesus should have spoken in three languages. Greek while communicating with Roman officials, Aramaic while conversing with his Jewish people and Tamil while he addressed the Almighty.
The world has to come to terms with the notion that the Tamil was the ancient language of the parent civilization of the world and the cradle of the human civilization is Lemuria continent which is otherwise referred to as Kumari Continent in ancient Tamil literature.
The truth would one day come out. No body could freeze truth for ever.
The history of the world has to be approached altogether in a different perspective. )
British scientists are attempting to preserve the Aramaic language spoken by Jesus and tied to Hebrew and Arabic.
Professor of linguistics at the University of Cambridge, Geoffrey Khan, has begun a quest to record the ancient language that’s been around for three thousand years before it finally disappears.
Prof Khan decided to record the language after speaking to a Jew from Erbil in northern Iraq. “It completely blew my mind,” Khan told Smithsonian.com.
“To discover a living language through the lips of a living person, it was just incredibly exhilarating,” he added.
By recording some of the remaining native Aramaic speakers, the linguist hopes to preserve the 3,000-year-old language on the verge of extinction. Speakers can be found in different parts of the world, from America to Iraq.
Over the past twenty years Prof. Khan has published several important books on the previously undocumented dialects of Barwar, Qaraqosh, Erbil, Sulemaniyya and Halabja, all areas in Iraq, as well as Urmi and Sanandaj, in Iran. He is also working on a web-based database of text and audio recordings that allows word-by-word comparisons across dozens of Aramaic dialects, Smithsonian.com reported.
Aramaic which belongs to the Semitic family of languages is known for its use in large sections of the biblical books of Daniel and Ezra. It is also the main language of Rabbinic Judaism’s key text, the Talmud. Parts of the ancient Dead Sea scrolls were written in Aramaic
The language was used in Israel from 539 BC to 70 AD. According to linguists it was most likely spoken by Jesus.