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Dr. Ewald
 (Ed) Metzler
––  Photograph  taken  in  April  2000  ––   
alias Eliyahu 
As   a   legal  scientist,  he  discovered  the
3D  structure  of  the Ten Commandments
in  1983,  and  succeeded in reconstructing
the  famous  two stone Tablets of the Law
of  the  Torah  of  Moses  from  the  Sinai,
complete  and  precise  to  the  millimeter.

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Ten Commandments                    91

Phonetic  and  GraphicarrowChanges
Phonetic and Graphic Changes   The  mere  text,  i.  e.  without  any
(beli  Mah)  post-Mosaical  inter-
polations,  of  the  Ten Command-
ments  according  to the books of
Exodus    and   Deuteronomy   dif-
fers  in  only  four  letters,  namely
numbers    17    and    18   of   lines
(Devarim)   8   and   10.  The  four
divergent  letters  are the topmost
in    the   upper   left-hand   corner
on  the  front  of  the  second tab-
let,   where   they   must  have  be-
comearrowblurred   and   partially  il-
legible. When this old manuscript
was  found  and read in 622 B.C.E.
(2.   Kings   22,   8),  the  scribe  of
Deuteronomy   could   easily  mis-
take  Tzadi  and Kaf  for Shin and
Mem   as   well  as  Kof  and  Resh
for   Waw   and  Alef.  After  Tzadi
stopped   being  pronounced  like
the    English   "th",   the   Exodus
version   adjusted   to  the  sound
change  and  spelled Zakhor with
Zayin,  while  the  more conserva-
tive  spelling with Tzadi persisted
in  other  manuscripts  in  analogy
to  the  inconsistent  orthography
of    Zahav   "gold"   and   Tzahov
"golden",   cf.   TORAH  OF  THE
ALPHABET   (N.   1)   p.   73.   As
the  number  of letters is the same
in both versions, their differences
do   not  interfere  with  the  three-
dimensional  structure  of the Ten
Commandments,  and  may be left
open,   when   reconstructing  the
two   stone   Tablets  of  the  Law,
hewn   and  written  by  Moses  in
10   lines,  Devarim  or  Sefirot  of
32  letters (Ketivot/Netivot) each.

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