Hebrew Malak Like Japhetic Mail Sent to Deliver Message of Elohim Brought by Theophanies of Jesus in Old Testament


Google search Etymology of Mail to see the link to the Hebrew term Malak meaning messenger used for the theophanies of Jesus in the Old Testament, malko the “proto Indo-European root” (Japhetic) of the word apparently learned after the Tower of Babel confusion of language from Heber (a great grandson of Shem), the Hebrew word malak used for the theophanies of Elohim in the Old Testament, and for Jesus resurrected when he appeared and was touched by more than a few.