Divine interference into language triplet code as a new perspective on the mysterious confusion at Babel
Keywords:language change, genetic and linguistic code, triplet radicals, Babel, God, confusion of languages
AbstractThis paper proposes a possible scenario, a novel one as far as is believed, which might have taken place at Babel in the land of Shin‘ar, Lower Mesopotamia, where a major language change occurred, here referred to as the Confusion. The correlation of the structure of Semitic languages with the genetic code of organic matter, including that of human organisms, may give new insights into what might have happened at Babel and in its aftermath. Not only may it provide a key to understanding language split, change and its subsequent development and differentiation but also to the nature of the very original language itself and its divinity. The paper has an interdisciplinary character, as it includes elements of historical linguistics, biology, chemistry, archaeology and anthropology, though with strong theological (creationist) undertones. The notion of the triplet code will particularly be in the spotlight here.
How to Cite
Kida, I. (2022). Divine interference into language triplet code as a new perspective on the mysterious confusion at Babel. Studia Anglica Resoviensia, 19, 27–40. https://doi.org/10.15584/sar.2022.19.3