Aleph Tav Images!!!

During a conversation the other day with Bill Sanford of, he asked if I was interested in sharing some of the beautiful images he has put together to illustrate the Aleph Tav.  ARE YOU KIDDING ME??  Of course!!

So, he shared 160+ images with me which I will release a few each week on the dedicated A-T Images page. Enjoy these and please share them.  Details at top of A-T page.

Here are a couple teasers…

MATS IMG 07 Gen 1 7MATS IMG 09 Gen 1 21MATS IMG 29 EX 14 21

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5 Responses to Aleph Tav Images!!!

  1. Sue in NC says:

    Fantastic! I love Bill’s images and am SO looking forward to being able to share them! Thanks!!!

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      I do think images ate an exciting way to reach people with a quick thought and teaser…

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    • Thank you Sue, all praise to Yah! I appreciate Pete sharing these images. I have actually put together over 300 of them and they are a drop in the bucket when you think that the Aleph/Tav is used nearly 10,000 times throughout the Tanakh. Yet, at the same time, when you consider how many verses do NOT contain Aleph/Tav’s, it makes the verses that DO, seem like a drop in the bucket!! The patterns whereby Moses and the Prophets placed the Aleph/Tav’s were completely based on SUBJECT MATTER contained in the verse. This character symbol is a marker for the divine hand of Yahuah and created emphasis, concerning ‘covenant’, in the LIVING language of Paleo Hebrew. Hebrew is so AMAZING!

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      • Pete Rambo says:

        Welcome, Bill. So good to have you drop by.

        Shabbat shalom!


      • Sue in NC says:

        Thank you so much for the work you did on the Aleph Tav Scriptures – we use it constantly and love sharing it with our congregation during Midrash – always adds a deeper insight – blessings brother!


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