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This book confirms the idea that the ancient Chinese indeed incorporated an unusual knowledge of sacred history into their written language. Concentrating on the analysis of authenticated “oracle bone” characters, the authors believe this book confirms their proposed “hieroglyphic” interpretation of Chinese characters.
Most of the millions of people who use the Chinese characters writing system today do not know its ancient history.
Learn about ShangDi. The name means, literally, the “God Above,” or Most High God. From their earliest history, the Chinese worshipped ShangDi as Creator. For more than 4,000 years, the Chinese emperors annually sacrificed a bull to ShangDi. This sacrifice symbolized the coming Saviour. The inventors of the oracle bones system of writing, the original Chinese characters that were inscribed on tortoise shells and bones, knew and believed in an identical account of Creation and earth’s beginnings as found in the Hebrew Scriptures.