Questioner: How did the users of these sounds, Sanskrit and Hebrew, determine what these sounds were?
Ra: I am Ra. In the case of the Hebrew that entity known as Yahweh aided this knowledge through impression upon the material of genetic coding which became language, as you call it.
In the case of Sanskrit the sound vibrations are pure due to the lack of previous, what you call, alphabet or letter-naming. Thus the sound vibration complexes seemed to fall into place as from the Logos. This was a more, shall we say, natural or unaided situation or process.
We would at this time make note of the incident in the previous working where our contact was incorrectly placed for a short period and was then corrected. In the exercise of the fire you may see the initial spiral clockwise from the green-ray energy center, through the shoulders and head, then through the elbows, then to the left hand. The channel had been corrected before the remainder of this answer was completed.
Is there a brief query at this time?
It is trash. Here is a sample of it. I searched it for references to Christ, and found some nonsensical passages and then I looked in the related questions (it is a series of questions to "Ra" who speaks rather meaningless stuff).
First, Christ spoke Aramaic, not Hebrew (although He obviously new it and it is recorded He did use it as He must have when He read in the Temple).
After reading these references to Hebrew and Sanskrit, I searched for "Sanskrit", a language I know to a small degree, and I can read it perfectly.
Questioner: I assume that the reason that the rituals that have been used previously are of effect is that these words have built a bias in consciousness of those who have worked in these areas so that those who are of a distortion of mind that we seek will respond to imprint in consciousness of this series of words. Is this correct?
Ra: I am Ra. This is, to a great extent, correct. The exception is the sounding of some of what you call your Hebrew and some of what you call you Sanskrit vowels. These sound vibration complexes have power before time and space and represent configurations of light which built all that there is.
There is nothing special about Sanskrit vowels. They are the same as Hindi vowels (in addition to many other languages).
Vowels are simple, and easily catagorised and Sanskrit's are no different.
Hebrew's vowels are less exciting, for they have not Sanskrits scientific layout (there is a vowel in Sanskrit that is used in one word, and a vowel which is not used at all, and just created for completeness, as the layout of the varnamala (alphabet, but not technically. varnamala means "garland of letters" and how it is natively called) is very scientific and it is arranged according to phonological rules)